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"roe haas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The Astros of course eliminated the Yankees the twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen with the aid of cameras used to steal signs of their batter's could know what pitches were coming Louis separado was bad when he first learned of it I was I we was because I remember how many times I will look in the mirror and to make kind is is that to see if I will be taping all what was the problem so I will be on there was about one on one on anymore manager arid boot trying to look to the future in the range of emotions has been huge you know you're mad frustrated disappointed but you also know there's a time to move on and there's you know I don't really do well on the things that I I don't really been able to control that scandal and Houston cost the Mets their manager Carlos Beltran out before even managing a game replaced by Louise roe Haas the Mets had their first work out today the Knicks could make it five waves in six games for the first time in more than two years they host the wizards of the guarded tonight at seven thirty their final game before the all star break same for the nets expected to once again be without Carrie Irving as he continues to rest his sprained knee that space a Toronto team that has won fifteen straight coverage on WFAN at seven fifteen college hoops number ten Seton hall host twenty third ranked Creighton in New York tip at six thirty Rutgers is at Ohio state Yukon at SMU both of those games at seven at eight thirty St John's welcomes Providence the Carnesecca arena and the islanders to be without Casey seasick is for three to four weeks and his late cut by a skate in last night's win over the flyers sports fifty to forty five around the clock people cart the tent tent with sports ten ten wins accu weather for tonight we're looking at rain arriving around nine PM could be a snow sleet combo areas north and west of the city down to thirty eight overnight in mid town freezing well inland it is forty four degrees fair skies in.
"roe haas" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Role again during the day on Saturday in a wet day force here to kick off the weekend sunshine here this afternoon up to fifty its role again tonight low forty rain expected during the day tomorrow with a high near fifty Sunday partly cloudy mid forties sunshine this hour forty three A. W. O. on this portion of our news brought you by farmers insurance winter means it's time to bundle up your insurance bundle home and auto with farmers and you could save an average of twenty percent call one eight hundred farmers to get a quote today checking the Wall Street number stocks are higher in the early trading the Dow Jones industrial average is up ninety four points to twenty nine thousand two hundred fifty three the nasdaq is up twenty eight points the S. and P. up one in sports lebron James with a triple double as the Lakers beat the nets and Brooklyn one twenty eight to one thirteen minutes introducing their new manager Louise roe Haas at a news conference later today ten oh six is a time now that's the news our next update at ten thirty breaking news at once I'm Joel Bartlett on seven ten W. well worn NBC news radio station seven ten W. O. R. is going to help you with your holiday bills with a grand the nationwide key word change to two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nationwide contest that change two hundred two hundred good lock from seven ten W. Mr New York mark Simone on W. O. we got to get you will get to the fake impeachment will get to Rudy will get to Harvey Weinstein will get to Andy.
"roe haas" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Two here at C. B. S. at them in the Friday we can blast off spectacular Scott padding soon John alien but the C. B. S. at them forecast today is going to feel like the middle of March but do not be where the eyes of March is just gonna be about ten degrees above normal water treat overnight tonight just clouds and then tomorrow man it is going to be what good start with a little bit of freezing rain while more than once the city if that's your destination and then forty seven with heavy rain possible over age the lead to some localized flooding we've blown away Sunday forty six and then the mid forties to start next week with Saturday is going to be challenging still thirty eight now forty eight later today a man who makes his official retirement speech today press conference eleven AM this morning and do it out there at MetLife stadium and then at three PM the Mets and reduce their brand new manager Louise roe Haas that's three PM today and then one week from Sunday Super Bowl fifty four kicks off in a Miami wow the hard rock stadium yeah and if you hang around the house as we gain one a good podcast and listen to bad he says she has a recommendation for you all I do indeed I have news on the rocks is finally back we talk to a very successful Wall Street woman who since she was three years old knew she was actually a man the it's lance ramen and he talks to me about his physical emotional intellectual and spiritual transition after a lifetime of living as Nancy ram and he's really.
"roe haas" Discussed on WEEI
"Right now you can get sort of a you know a look the teams are thrown practice facilities the teams are looking at it you know it the game in there analyze the rest of sleep then they get down to Miami and everybody that's down there is going to really be starting the big hype machine it's an annual tradition I absolutely love it I don't get tired of the high because it's a celebration of the sport I love I dig it I don't care if you start breaking down all the little angles of the game is what I love but nevertheless that's that that's for the men yesterday was a busy day today is also another busy day in the city of New York Eli manning is gonna have this press conference to officially announce his retirement we knew that from yesterday but Louise roe Haas yesterday got was tapped to be the new manager of the New York Mets now he is the fourth Mets manager in two and a half years he is the second manager for the Mets in the last week because Carlos Beltran who was hired in the off season had to give up his job because of his involvement in the Houston Astros scandal of science dealing with he was a player back in two thousand seventeen Louise roe house was a quality control manager for the Mets been with the organization since two thousand seven I don't know if he's the best candidate that was available but he's getting in his chair chance to manage a team that played really well in the second half of the season really well it's got some young talent a team that should make some strides towards being in contention at least for a playoff he is now going to be responsible for that where as they were all big on Carlos Beltran bill because the scandal broke they just can't swim in that pool so now we throw house who by the way is the son of Philip elude the former Montreal in San Francisco Giants manager so busy day in New York it's going to be about he lies legacy in the Mets future but when we come back more on the light because the conversation is really heating up we have a long way to go before can Ohio even comes calling how long are we going to do this with manning's career now that it's done that's nexus.
"roe haas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Oh nine on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg NBC sports update here's John says shower David a lime in his contract that expired the job he held for sixteen years as giant starting quarterback is gone to Daniel Johns there was not much of a market for thirty eight year old female with the gliding skills and Eli had always said he never wanted to play anywhere else so he will retire you'll meet the media tomorrow many finishes with every giants passing record two Superbowl MVPs incredible durability never missed a game due to injury rarely ever to snap new Mets manager we Louise roe Haas thirty eight year old was been thirteen years with the Mets a minor league manager last season of the quality control Caldwell might buy met players like be the ones of the place for a loss in the minors question place called Beltran before his first game forced out in the wake of the astral scandal at the garden Lakers beat the next hardly surprised this gets a close with only one one hundred and ninety two acres are in Brooklyn tonight for the smoking that's in New Orleans the much hyped NBA debut of Zion Williamson quoted Amazon on all of the John and top one so starters back the I step back please this is radio Williamson back after knee surgery three months ago we scored seventeen points in a row in the fourth quarter close and it's only a one the game season all wanted province to stay on beat in the big east Rutgers loss that high American John Isner straight set win at the Australian Open remover heavy sports update on Johnston John.
Mets working on deal to make Luis Rojas their next manager
"And a week after firing their manager Carlos Beltran for his role in the sign stealing scandal the New York Mets today promoted from within Louise roe Haas will be their skipper
"roe haas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"His retirement today he leaves the game after sixteen seasons all of them spent with the giants he said every significant giants pass the record and some of it is completed passes came during the final start of his giants career that was it a victory last month over the dolphins when manning was loudly cheered by the giants faithful hero it is great to have their support and and to see them you know me excited to see me plan today and they come out and and to stick around and to give me the kind of the ovation that they gave me this it is special and now one more time for many to for the microphone he formally announces his retirement a Friday more ng press conference you can hear it live on the fan the Mets have their new manager is Louise roe Haas he gets the job the Carlos Beltran had until built from got swept away in the cheating scandal bro Haas has managed for the Mets at the minor league level this past season he was their quality control coach Knicks lose of the guard tonight the Lakers one hundred to ninety two Anthony Davis led the Lakers with twenty eight markers Morissette twenty in the loss for the Knicks Lakers play the nets Tamara Brooklyn College basketball eight seconds to go on this one Iowa leaves workers eighty forty eighty seeing all one is nice in a row there sever the no in the big east as they defeat Providence seventy three to sixty four Syracuse two points better than Notre Dame portable win over George Washington fifty nine fifty four in overtime marriage defeated but had seventy five seventy three sport to fifteen to forty five round the clock Bobby Siller ten ten which supports wins news time eleven seventeen thirty six and fair in mid so here with the word that's just weird Terry cloth who is Terry and why does he get his own fabric the journey below SPF fifty five awesome.
GM Brodie Van Wagenen says New York Mets finalizing agreement with quality control coach Luis Rojas to make him manager
"Joined as the match have filled their vacancy with the son of Felipe Alou Louise roe Haas arm and you could not most Mets fans over with a feather because this is a guy was a quality control coach last year obviously a tremendous family lineage of bilingual individual who can relate to virtually everyone in the clubhouse does the team has managed it up you know if you will smaller places than the fishbowl York's that's rolling dice man because as Harold Reynolds of MLB network pointed out there ready to win now they got away now this is it certainly Syndergaard might not be around for much longer although the other guys supposedly not really Bobby Axelrod but has a resume Bobbi acts Roddy's going to be the the new full time or the mats has all the money to spend you don't have any problems like the previous years so you never know did I mean
"roe haas" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Now the Mets are working to finalize a multi year agreement with Louise roe Haas to be the new Mets manager there you go there is no house gets a deal which we kind of thought about reading the tea leaves at what was being reported out there last twenty four thirty six hours that that's the way the the lien was go when they were staying internal the report yesterday for Mandy Moore Tino was that they were down to three finalists all of them no we're going to be a part of Beltran Stavro Haas quality control de Francisco first base coach and had simulans the bench coach and they end up go we'll Louise roe us at thirty eight years of age he is your new New York Mets manager jornalista Larry's about this twice in the span of a couple weeks a New York team makes a higher and were like who is this person would be doing Joe judge Louise Ross I mean we kind of know will always row houses a little bit but for the most part he's kind of he's a very obscure guy in terms of like national prominence or in terms of like real Mets fans understanding what the hell Reese Ross really does for the team yeah the different this one does it catches flat footed the Joe judge one was surprising rule gets the job Carolina than ninety minutes later Joe judge is reportedly an agreement to be the giants head coach I mean that that was stunning B. as everyone at that stage was saying who tells Joe judge you had some kind of time here to let the bell try new settle in and you know they were not going outside the organization so in dribs and drabs you found out a little bit more we know was father was fully pay a Lou we really don't know that much more about him he manager double way yeah right I said I I sat in on one of his press conferences you know thought he commanded the room while didn't seem like a massive presence but I'm sure we're going to see you know it it's it's much different obviously when you're managing and bring up and then you are the New York Mets in the big club but you know we we just sat very little to go on it's not you know anyone with a long track record or something we can look first year manager for the Mets absolutely and he stepped into a scenario where the Mets are expected to win where there's not going to be you you don't want to hear about a learning curve the Mets love him as an organization that is well respected within the franchise they believe he's a really good communicator you had a number of players speak out on his behalf say they like playing for him he's had some experience at lower levels bandaging now stepping up to the major league club it's a case of that now and he's got a multi year deal this is not a band aid is not a Terry Collins deal it's not having a manager step in a one year the Mets never needed to do that the whole idea that that needed to happen was complete utter nonsense and they end up go with internal guy Louise Ross doesn't excite you do you know a ton about them no not a like every other candy that was out there but it you knew more certainly about hence the mule ins you know a little bit more about Tony di Francisco than he did Louise roe house but the Mets felt like he he's gonna be able grow get better and you know he's going to be their manager for the foreseeable future listen I mean I think this is the trend right for the most part this is training more baseball this is a trend where baseball is going way of managers who don't necessarily have a ton of experience but they're able to come in and have a lot of success now the poster child for that recently was Alex Cora who I know was a bench coach Houston but like you know I had no way to add you know managing experience the red Sox was first job but now that's kind of cloud like the rock about the lease the Kevin cash is the you know people trying to get more Craig council you know people like that and this is where it's going right it doesn't necessarily mean you have to of been a bench coach for a long time maybe in some ways I don't know if I even we're weirdly works against you but having someone comes in analytically driven can distill that information down and can convey it to the rest of the team those people in those types of communicators now in baseball are just invaluable and if you possess that skill I think it moves you straight to the head of the pack because even Carlos Beltran was talking about that right about how he felt like he was good at taking analytics and and telling the guys in the players how to use it best to your benefit you know the fact that row Haas and what we've heard that that is one of his drawing his skills I think that's probably what ends up winning him the job now can imagine game and that's the other thing that comes into play to all that you said Maggie is all true and certainly was a positive for him can you handle a game can handle team for a hundred sixty two games can he handle of pitching staff can handle a bull pen the double switch is everything that goes along with the International League manager can you do that here in the spotlight in New York and that's that's the question we're gonna all find out the answer to together during the course of the Mets regular season but we want to hear from you the Mets fan eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six reportedly the deal is done Louise roe last thirty eight years of age is signed to a multi year deal to be the new Mets manager a number of sources do have it that's been reported we want here for the Mets fan next it's Mousa Maggie with you right here the fan in New York when you come to Colorado the only word to describe it is like the first time your kids see a mountain town or explore nice castle and think it's a winter Wonderland Colorado snows perfect state.
"roe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And contaminants could get into the engine block heater cables and corrode them increasing the chances for electrical shorts and fires Ford says three hundred twenty seven thousand owners took their trucks to dealers for the fix ended inspection may have inadvertently damaged the cables. The recall covers F one fifties. From two thousand fifteen through twenty nineteen along with super duty trucks from twenty seventeen through twenty nineteen. Daria Albinger, ABC news. A potential class action lawsuit has been filed against Boeing on behalf of stockholders that following the crashes left three hundred forty six people dead. Heather Bausch has the story. The lawsuit claims that after the lion aircrash and before the plane went down bowing was still insisting it made safe airplanes. But Seattle attorney read Catherine says Boeing failed to disclose how much influence the company had in certifying the new seven thirty. Seven max, including the planes, new anti-stalin device. That's now suspected in both deadly crashes, nor did the company admit that it sold some safety features as extras material information that an investor would want to know billing stocks shed about thirteen percent of its value in the weeks after that second deadly plane crash Heather Bosh for CBS news, Seattle a deadly hit and run in Springfield last night. Police say a man was hit on Williams street, and that the victim and the driver were involved in some kind of disturbance at the time the driver remained at the scene and Marlborough police have arrested two thieves who they say targeted the home of a hospitalized Vietnam vet WBZ, TV's, Christina. Rex has the story. These are people that he actually held at one point two suspects caught on surveillance breaking into Jean Reno's home just days after an April. Second fire left him hospitalized. I noticed a boot Mark on his door Jean Nicolas. Discover the crime TV's valuables. Even vacuum stolen. They went through the whole house. Now, the already wheelchair bound Vietnam vet fights for his life at Mass General after he fell into a burn pit in his backyard. He's in a coma his legs amputated and now his house ransacked stopped following us suspect, Sarah, Ann Hampton, and Joe millionaire show were arrested Wednesday for breaking and entering and police say since they know, gene, they knew he wouldn't be home. Most of the items were recovered at a framingham. Pawn shop another side of law enforcement implem- county, they're offering people with records a second chance BBC's Jane Roe Haas has that story from Brockton here at the Brockton war memorial building,.
Report reveals harsh conditions for immigrants at California detention centers
"California today released its first report on immigrant detention centers in the state KPCC's, Leslie Stein, Roe Haas says it comes under a law that gives the state authority to monitor conditions in those centers. The State Department of Justice found several problems a lack of access to medical and mental healthcare language barriers and immigrants confined to sells for as long as twenty two hours a day investigators focused on three facilities all run by local governments including the THEO lacy facility in Orange County. Immigrant advocates said disappointed the state didn't dig more deeply into privately run facilities. Like the one in auto Lonzo it's been under scrutiny after a series of detainee deaths. In recent years and the advocates didn't like that the state announced its visit ahead of time federal immigration. Authorities had no comment on the report saying only that all facilities that house immigrant. Detainees are subject to rigorous standards. Covering
New U.S. sanctions are expected to hit Iranians hard
"Be quite a while before the tree of life synagogue can reopen was the scene of a brutal shooting last week when a man entered the synagogue and opened fire on worshipers killing eleven and wounding a number of others, including four police officers. Suspected gunman was arraigned this week on a forty four count indictment. Charging him with murder hate crimes. Obstructing the practice of religion. The White House says cheering another strong jobs report, which comes just days before the midterm elections. NPR's? Scott Horsely reports US employers added two hundred and fifty thousand jobs last month as the unemployment rate held steady the low three point seven percent. The jobs report top even some of the rosier projections, showing employers in all sorts of industries were hiring at a healthy clip. What's more the tight labor market is finally showing up in higher wages over the last year hourly wages grew by? Three point one percent. The fastest pace in nine years. White House economists Kevin Hassett says weekly paychecks grew even faster as many employees worked longer hours. Basically anyone who wants to work more at the job? They have is having an easy time doing some people who'd previously given up looking for work or not re entering the job market more than seven hundred thousand new workers joined the labor force last month. Most of those people found jobs, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington, the nation's trade gap. That's the difference between what other countries send to the US. An American firm send abroad wind in September Commerce Department says the trade gap had fifty four billion dollars up one point three percent from the previous month. Stocks ended would have been a brief string of obsessions. The market faltering amid concerns about device maker Apple's recent earnings numbers. The Dow fell one hundred nine points to twenty five thousand to seventy the NASDAQ closed down seventy seven points today, the standard and Poor's five hundred was down seventeen points. You're listening to NPR and. From KPCC news. I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven hundred four the nation's immigration courts are dealing with a serious case backlog things got even Messier this week in L, A and other cities KPCC's less. They bear Stein. Roe Haas attorney Jean REEs was standing in line with a client outside the downtown LA immigration court this week when she noticed something was amiss. We weren't moving in line, which was odd.
"roe haas" Discussed on KPCC
"That's coming up on the daily from the New York Times the daily begins in five minutes but first from KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven thirty a. Santana federal judge Bank in January gave close to one hundred Cambodian immigrants at, temporary reprieve from deportation and a chance to ask to staying, at the US didn't work out for some the story from KPCC's Leslie. Barry Stein Roe Haas. To Cambodian immigrants arrived as refugees starting, in the late nineteen seventies many were ordered deported years ago following convictions for crimes that some committed when they were teens but they were allowed to stay because Cambodia would not take them back that's changed last. Year the US placed visa sanctions on Cambodia forcing many immigrants to be accepted back now more Cambodians including some from. Southern California, could be deported in the coming weeks despite the January ruling some could not get their cases I. Think for some families savvy they just weren't able to afford legal representation and. Then other families I'm assuming just, didn't qualify Katrina design with, the southeast Asia resource action center says others just didn't want to fight she says service agencies in Cambodia or expecting about thirty deportees to arrive later this month both the Obama and Trump administration's have defended the deportations of immigrants who commit crimes covering immigration I'm Leslie Barry Stein Roe Haas we were expecting and Raymond tomorrow for gene Atkins the man charged in last month's fatal shooting at the trader, Joe's in Silverlake prosecutors say Atkins shot to people in south, LA then led LAPD officers on a high speed chase that ended in. Silver lake I say. He fired at police outside the trader, Joe's they fired back there gunfire killed assistant, store manager Melita Colorado state law let's prosecutors charge Atkins with her death he was due for arraignment tomorrow on murder and other charges That, has now been pushed back to Thursday morning well this will. Happen tomorrow and expected vote by,.
"roe haas" Discussed on KPCC
"Tonight's sacramento kings basketball game keeping some fans from getting inside the arena and delaying the start of the game sacramento has been the scene of repeated protests after last week's fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man police shootings ab stirred up protests in many california cities in recent years l a anaheim oakland just to name a few california's few laws on the books that govern how police departments must respond after an officer involved shooting but there are major restrictions on information that can be released we get that story from capital public radio's been bradford in sacramento the county district attorney conducts a criminal investigation into any police shooting but that's not state law says steve conley he's with the group which conducts independent reviews of police there are a lot of different approaches to take in california there's still a lot of discretion given to individual localities as far as how they wanna handle it measures that would have required the state investigate police shootings have stalled in the legislature in recent years as for information about the officers involved well very little is available quite frankly jim ewart of the california news publishers association has pushed for more disclosure an officer that has engaged in excessive force or misconduct or the light the public and quite frankly other law enforcement agencies won't ever know that information remains protected for the same reason the state hasn't regulated shooting investigations or body cameras law enforcement groups have argued that enacting those policies will endanger or complicate the jobs of police at state capital i'm ben branford a growing number of cities in orange county are resisting sb fifty four the new california law that restricts local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities yorba linda opposes it the loselle amita city council voted to opt out of it kpcc's leslie barry stein roe haas explains why last alameda is basically like they saw it as a constitutional overreach where you know they feel like they should be cooperating in the enforcement of federal immigration laws right huntington beach along the same lines but they also feel as the mayor who i spoke to felt that they just don't want the state telling them what to do and both of these are charter cities so they do have a little bit of wiggle room as far as.
"roe haas" Discussed on KPCC
"And now a look at the status of dhaka the deferred action for childhood arrivals program today march fifth was supposed to be the day the program was to meet its and he did not on today's take two a martinez and kpcc immigration reporter leslie bears time roe haas took a deeper look as to why daca is still here and what's next or the program the trump administration cancel the program last september and today was supposed to mark the start of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants losing their work permits and deportation protections but to court injunctions as eurobloc that allowing young immigrants and daca to keep renewing their status at least until the court ruled otherwise to explain where dhaka's stands right now we have kpcc immigration reporter leslie bear stein roe haas in studio hi leslie i am i so does today's date still have any significance to dhaka recipients well yes a note from the practice will standpoint it doesn't there have been two court injunctions now including one in california that let people who already have daca continue to renew their status if they are eligible to do so march fifth was partly significant in that when president trump rescinded doc in september young people whose daca was expiring between september fifth and march fifth were given just one month to apply for tune your two year renewal just one last time but anyone who's doc expired after march fifth was told they could not renew that's with changed with the court injunction so now anyone who's eligible to renew their dhaka's data's they can keep doing so the only thing isn't new applications won't be taken but for those who have doc already the program supposed to.
"roe haas" Discussed on KPCC
"Live from member supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman with news as you're heading home the us supreme court today declined to hear the trump administration's appeal of a lower court ruling that's kept the obama era daca program going for now daca allows hundreds of thousands of young unauthorized immigrants to live and work in the us legally more from kpcc's leslie bear stein roe haas president trump rescinded daca last september it set to end on march fit but last month federal judge in san francisco temporarily blocked the trump action allowing the young emigrants to renew their work permits and deportation protection the trump administration appealed the federal judges decision directly to the high court but the justices said they won't review the case first officials must take their case to the ninth circuit court of peels this doesn't mean daca recipients can rest easy says bill hearing he teaches immigration law at the university of san francisco very shrewd requiring porter one possible because it is possible that some court of appeal might hear it urgently and reverse chapman university law professor john eastman says the supreme court could still review daca in the future he and other opponents questioned the programs legality covering immigration i'm leslie bear stein roe haas of federal judge in los angeles says he might allow a nationwide class action lawsuit to proceed that claims the federal government is unfairly revoking work permits from dhaka emigrants without giving them a chance to defend themselves he was just record judge philip gutierrez said today he might block the government from yanking those permits without notice a judge has yet to issue a final ruling the aclu says the government has been revoking work permits held by doug immigrants over my in our crimes government lawyers say immigrants suspected of crimes but not convicted can still lose their permits because officials have discretion over participation in the daca program to lapd officers pleaded no contest today in la superior court to charges they sexually assaulted four women while on duty a judge.
"roe haas" Discussed on KPCC
"The offices of the la county treasurer and tax collector will be closed on saturday and sunday but you can also pay online over the weekend at t t c dot la county dot gov scientists would know of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration save they'll have to do a necropsy figure out why young wale died in a shipping channel near the port of long beach a noah spokesman says they know it was a female fin whale a young one they know that this is the time of year when fin whales migrate north to south the wheel had some abrasions on of which raises the possibility that it was struck by a ship and dragged into the channel a new state law that will take effect on new year's day will restrict cooperation between local police and federal immigration agents kpcc's leslie burstein stein roe haas says that law will affect some local agencies more than others the california measure known as the sanctuary state law forbids state and local law enforcement from using resources or staff to help deport authorized and unauthorized emigrants most affected as the orange county sheriff's department it's the only agency in the state that still participated in a federal local program in which county deputies screened jail inmate for their immigration status see sheriff's spokesman ray grand gough says as of this week they stopped the practice our local control is limited i who's gonna be the one that has sole responsibility for identifying the individuals and local agencies may not detain individuals that the requested immigration agents they may alert agents about some immigrants but only those convicted of certain serious or violent crimes la pd officials said much of the new law is already longstanding practice an la county sheriff's officials said so far their only adjustment deals with crimes that could warrant cooperation with immigration agents under the new law covering immigration i'm leslie bear stein roe haas.
"roe haas" Discussed on WCTC
"Touching south river in spots would end st joe's i believe are the only team is left with out lights in the gmc everybody else says lights middlesex was the latest to get lights in a renovation of the offseason well that's enough of that it is time for kickoff between the south river rams over foreign are chop chant at four no and own three mott chetchen in gmc buddha division action afford a play by play the first afghan man the my right year it build at a stadium max shiner kicking in a way and justice secondly michael the scientists for south river get us started great thing about bill denny stadium here mike is that you're right on the field you're you're in i got my binoculars here i'm not even sure that i'll need him has your literally maybe twenty five feet from the field here in the press box you ever kick off from right to left the santa's kicks it away and over and kicked me feel that at the 10yard line that it's acting up to the 15th 20th metal the 25 cutting to the outside and down to the thirty yard line is returned mandate enroll haas format touching row haas starting tailbacks touching bulldog offense led by a lot of underclassmen only four seniors starters they had that great senior class graduate and a couple of years ago quarterback will harada the youngest of the herodotou brothers he's the quarterback at a running back and also a fullback play for all the brothers from a touching quarterback thirty six of 63 on the air 425 hassle yards through touchdowns to fix receivers danny russell in sean mcadam as i mentioned jade inro haas detailed that get to the rest of the started in the second harada here in the pistol with roe haas behind him her aunt get the snap play i can pass rolling out to the.
"roe haas" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To you by western bond advanced hair restoration the time is now six fifty one this is the california report good morning i'm john sepulvado we begin in anaheim often commercialised as home to the happiest place on earth now the temporary home to one of the hottest places on earth here take a listen to these motorists describing what's being called the canyon fire hauling marmite guinea all this is a video posted on nikki o'neill's twitter page cal fire says some seventeen hundred acres have been burned in the dance areas of anaheim in west corona with some thousand people in west corona order to evacuate one structure has been destroyed and even though this fire is happening right off highway ninety one as you just heard as of now there have been no road closures some three hundred firefighters are on the scene president trump's latest travel ban announced over the weekend includes two nations that are not muslimmajority countries critics see it as a muslim ban but supporters reject that label kpcc's leslie barra stein roe haas explains the new rules ban or restrict travel from syria iran libya yemen somalia and chad which are majoritymuslim there are also two nonmuslim countries north korea and venezuela officials say all failed to cooperate with the us on security but some don't believe that argument for read a shahata is an attorney with the council on american islamic relations in anaheim when you look at the restriction it clearly indicate that this dumb from an those impacted from north korea and done it well are very minute among the ban only restricts finished wale and government officials and their families and just a few north koreans come to the us each year former us attorney peter noon yes in san diego says the latest restrictions aren't about religion three countries that are on the list they pose a threat to the national security united states the us supreme court was set to hear arguments under legality of trump's travel ban next month that's now on hold as attorneys review the latest limits for the california report i'm leslie bear stein roe haas in los angeles now unlike the trump administration's previous travel bans this new order has no foreseeable and and kqed's freda job below romero found that worries a naturalized us citizen from yemen one of the eight countries affected by the span my gm alum remand the cash register small grocery store in oakland still family verhaeghe.
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"Going that's a video posted on nikki o'neill's twitter page cal fire says seventeenhundred acres have been burned in the dense areas of anaheim in west corona with some thousand people in west krona order to evacuate when structure has been destroyed in even though this fires happening right off highway ninety one as you just heard there has of as of yet been no road closures three hundred firefighters are on the scene president trump's latest travel ban announced over the weekend includes two nations that are non majority muslims critics call it part of me critic still see it as a muslim ban but supporters rejects the label give he sees leslie beristain roe haas explains the new rules ban or restrict travel from syria iran libya somalia and chad which are majoritymuslim there are also two nonmuslim countries north korea and then as well adt officials say all failed to cooperate with the us on security but so don't believe that argument for read a shahata is an attorney with the council on american islamic relations in anaheim when you look at the restriction it clearly indicate that could come from and those impacted from north korea and venezuela are very minimal the ban only restricts venezuelan government officials and their families and just a few hugh north koreans come to the us each year former us attorney peter noon yes in san diego says the latest restrictions art about religion three countries that are on the list they pose a threat to the national security united states the us supreme court was set to hear arguments under legality of chun's travel ban next month that's nalon hold as attorneys reviewed the latest limits for the california report i'm leslie bear stein roe haas in los angeles now unlike the cia the trumps administration's previous travel bans this new order has no foreseeable end and kqed's freed of java low romero found that worries a naturalized us citizen from yemen one of the eight countries targeted mogae alami man's the cash register at grocery store in a glint for family for him.
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"The trump administration's travel ban parts of it that is will take effect tomorrow that means we could see some travellers detained or even turn back from la acts or other local airports with a look at the trash rebel bands ins and outs here's kpcc's leslie stein roe haas the temporary travel ban applies to travelers from six muslimmajority countries and to refugees the high court says travellers can enter the us if they have an established bona fide tied to a person or entity in the us like a university la immigration attorney stacy toljin says at least for now i think anybody prior to the order who has a visa should be fine legal us residents should also not encounter problems but told shin adds at this point i would certainly advise people that if they do have ties to the us bring evidence of about a like a letter from her relative or employer for example travellers who will be affected are those who don't yet have visas she says that includes tourist visa applicants who lack us ties also affected will be refugees in the pipeline not yet connected with the u s resettlement agency several legal advocates plan to be at l e x to offer help in case there are snags as customs officers decide who gets to enter or not covering immigration i'm leslie bear stein roe haas and by the way we'll have reports from the airport's tomorrow when the travel ban takes effect keep in mind these restrictions are due to expire in three months while just like almost every day for.