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Reds, Pirates games postponed as Cincinnati player tests positive for COVID-19
"This is sports talk later for Lance Encounters for 700 wlw. By the way. Hope you had a great weekend. As of right now, we are expecting the Reds to take on the Kansas City Royals tomorrow night. In Kansas City. That'll be an 805 1st pitch. We go on the air, with the Arnell carriers inside pitch at 705 Luis Castillo is said to get the ball against Brad Keller. Trevor Bauer is now scheduled to pitch on Wednesday, followed up by Sonny Gray. In the first game of a four game series against the Cardinals in ST Louis on Thursday, this after the weekend that was lost after Friday night raids beat the Pittsburgh Pirates and then a couple of hours after the game. We find out that a player tested positive. For covert 19. Saturday's game postponed Sunday's game postponed Ah, couple of things worth pointing out here. Seafront Rosecrans, who, by the way, covers the Reds for the athletic And doesn't awesome job. I've tweeted out a link to a piece that I think will guide you through everything happening with this team right now. But since Saturday, every Reds player has tested at least three times. The players were tested. Saturday, Sunday morning and this morning. Pittsburgh Pirates. Players were also tested in Cincinnati before they flew to Pittsburgh last night. Um As of now. Based on reporting from a couple of it from people who are close to this. There's only been one positive test on the Reds, and it was the player who found out that he was testing positive work over 19 on Friday night. That player has since tested positive again. But as of now and again, there's the latest round of testing results that they have to get. No other Reds player has tested positive. The Reds have yet to fly to Kansas City. They are supposed to fly to Casey tomorrow if they're cleared to play. The player who tested positive would have to be placed on the injured list. Somebody's going to have to be brought up to take his place. The The Pirates will be here in mid September, September 14th to the 16th so there is ample time to make up. Two games They missed right now. The Reds have 40 games remaining. There are 41 days between now and September, the 27th which is the end of the regular season, and so obviously they're not playing today They're going to play 40 games and 40 days to get to 60. They already have a double header scheduled Against the Cubs next weekend. But there is not only a Pittsburgh trip to Cincinnati, but the Reds also going PNC Park and so you can make up one of the games there if you have to. But as of now, The plan is to play. Tomorrow night against the Royals. Again. All of this is very, very fluid. As we've seen with the Cardinals as we've seen with the Miami Marlins, the good news is again. After the one player tested positive with that result being released. On Friday. Reportedly. No other Reds player has subsequently tested positive and also know Pittsburgh Pirates player As of right now 6 26 on Monday night, no other Pirates player Has tested positive. So there you go, Uh 513749 7800 The big £1.700 free call AT and T. Jerry is calling from Claremont County. Hi, Jerry. Jerry. Hope something happens. Jerry. Your wine? Yeah, sure. Go. Oh, well. A little question here if one Holding him and nobody there. Miles is okay. But they prayed about because they have to get tests back from the other players to ensure that there not also testing positive. Woman get their pink. Ooh, they did that. And so there are awaiting the latest the Siri's of results and they hope to play tomorrow. The Pirates also hope to play tomorrow. Yeah, this time, noting the Reds go to Kansas City before they do that they need to get to clear And for that to happen, they want to ensure there is no other players testing positive. Your city's okay. Well, yeah. I mean, the players are routinely testing positive testing, which is why we found out that a player tested positive on Friday night. Yes. Okay. Okay. Is that all right with you? Yeah. No. There was just a bad weekend without baseball. Yeah, Wass, I I don't I can't disagree with that. Ana would do anything about it. I wanna thank you very much. Thank you. Ok, thanks. Have a good evening. You you you do the same. The Miami Marlins. You may recall after the first weekend of the year they were in Philadelphia, and then again, they had a game scheduled against the Phillies. And on Sunday morning. They found out that a number of players on that team had tested positive for Cove in 19 And instead of baseball, swooping in and stopping the Marlins from playing. Instead, the players were allowed to vote. Whether or not they play now, I'm not sure why that would ever be the case. But that's that was the plan. That was the plan baseball let the Miami Marlins players vote via text by the way. On whether or not they want to play. They did play the game that day in Philadelphia, and then As it turned out that they had close to 20 members of their traveling party. The majority were players, obviously not all of them. The majority of players that a bunch of guys in there traveling party test positive for cocaine, 19 And then it took them forever to get back on the field where baseball is trying to do. Is prevented outbreak now. It is worth wondering. This. Today is the 17th of August regular season baseball ends on September the 27th. Obviously, everybody has off days built in, so there's time if you've got to miss a couple of days. What I do kind of wonder, though. Well, I think baseball has done the right thing here and frankly, I think they did the right thing with the ST Louis Cardinals. October. When we have 16 teams in the playoffs. And we're trying to squeeze a lot of Siri's in a very tight window. And ensure that the season the post season is over before we really get to cold weather in November. What's gonna happen when we have a situation with the team in the playoffs like the one that popped up for the Reds on Friday night? Positive test and now we're not going to play for a couple of days. Not playing for a couple of days in the regular season is really not that big a deal. Not playing for a couple of days in the postseason. Could have a significant short and long term impact. More on that coming up in the seven o'clock hour at Mohagher, 15. 30 is by how you can hit me up on Twitter. One of the best players in college football is has started a petition. To try to get the big tend to play this fall. I want to know if the big 10 is gonna listen to him. I want to know if you're going to listen to him. We'll do that coming up at 6 45 but first no preseason for the Bengals this August. Which part of me is enjoying Part of me doesn't like Part of me feels for Zach Taylor. We'll do that after the 6 30 news this is sports talk Mohagher for Lance McCallister on a Monday night on 700 wlw. News, Traffic and Weather
"rosecrans" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Two, five, four, five to six, eight, four, seven, seven. There are also two facebook pages dedicated to Brandon's memory if you would like to know more about his case. There justice PFC Brandon Rose France in rain Rosecrans justice for PFC Rosecrans. Will also provide this information in my podcast nets. And if you are a parent. Law Enforcement, official friend or relative seeking justice for unsolved homicide case. Please visit my website and complete the contact form or contact me through facebook. Thank you for listening..
"rosecrans" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Factly, we rented taxes they had. Detective had told us that they had been department that they had been robbed and you know they had contacted the landlord and bring and was not on the lease that Brandon was going to be there under another person's name already read clothes or anyway I find myself very upset and mad yes I go to my velvet crying and I go through my morning but I think this I'm just. I want someone Juliana I want someone to be Brandon though the truth if you screwed up tell the truth if it was enacted it tell the truth maybe it wasn't meant to happen maybe they were out shooting their guns wanted his buddy they shot each other by shouting by accident he putting the GP freaked out. You're out there and they were shooting guns and one ricocheted killed him and he scared the guy couldn't even the thinking you get into the hospital. He died on the way he showed him out of the car and Frantic Andy Burgess. There's a scenario. How many in areas do I go through before I just say I'll wait from police tell me something but I will tell you this. If something does come about very quickly and I mean within the next couple of weeks my wife and I are ready to re okay to Harker height in a search for these people and we will not in any. Way Shape or form give up until we can put our foot on somebody and not necessarily being a vigilante or something like that. But if it takes me to find this person to bring this justice and that's what I'm going to have to. I haven't been able again to know exactly where my son was. They just gave us cross street in the funny thing is the streets don't even crop so we don't know where they come up with these two different streets. It puzzles me my son and I have been on satellite imaging. We've tried look the area all go tell me at Fuller Avenue. Approximately twenty two hundred bucks, and then when I look at that, that doesn't come up as a proper three. Area. So I don't know the know where to start looking but I know that if it takes me to put my feet on the ground, you know we been asked by the Police Department you know if we want to do interviews that fine but they would appreciate if we just waited until somebody from out why can't wait I can't wait until they ran out of of of what they consider resources for this to just go under the table right now with all the that we have police departments and and all this stuff going on. In my world, how do I know that? My son's that get pushed aside and become another cold. When I asked detector that she proceeds to bring to my knowledge I have not been able to verify that they only have was changed at this point of an unsolved murder back in two thousand and there's only one take on their books that they don't have and I've never been able to confirm or deny that. But if that is true, that is very good track record. Now, what police department is in a way, your son's Days Harker Heights. Department, which is there like seven mile from the yeah. The encompasses harder high clean coppers cove like five different area I want do is I want to make sure that anybody that listen to this if they have a tip that they know who to contact. So Harper harder. For the army. For Fort Hood. And the FBI are all investigating. It can go to your local police department you can go, you can call the chips hotlines. There are reward seen offered for brandon right now I think between us and the crime stoppers and another organization there somewhere between fifteen and twenty, five thousand dollars being offered right now for information leading to their conviction we did find that when my son was bound yet nothing on you know wallet nothing my son was known to carry all his valuable always with him and because to me that's under the mattress. You don't have to worry about it goes to the thank a close up on. Or he was known to carry your wallet. You always carry fees and he was proud at military ID. He wasn't gonNA lay down and they've found him. He had only region they were able to concern that he was a soldier was he I had taught him get hit. In his shirt never whim out, and that's what they used to identify myself which is, and that's the only thing I really do know about. What happened isn't that they identified him grew him through his sergeant, but I'll tell you I'm going to I'm going to blow the lid off display. Fifty year old man whose life is over for the most part I can't get around. I have you know I've got robbed my back I'm done in another thing I I didn't I didn't say this I forgot all about it. We were told by someone who lived in the area where my son's body was found. She said that someone had called the police at nine thirty that. There were vicious person. In the area in Orange g? Well, my son jeep was orange. And if there were the call me at eight or nine in the morning, go out, checked it and they didn't go check this. We're GONNA do some talk because someone was keen enough find that body within minutes of being thrown on the side of the road because we know at seven something he was fine. We know him something he would do so recruiting Chevron, ten, his body wound up there someone's able to call until not one. Spot fail so. I mean if they think that somebody. Who Burnt Gift Card nobody does from burning car and then just disappear. It's too obvious. Especially, ten o'clock in the morning it's too busy. That is down there I. Don't know the area where he was that the but we were in hard to hide. Stuff was wall to wall. People couldn't do nothing so. It. Is One last question. If anyone out there listening to this knows anything about the death of your son what would you say to that person? I'll say is. If this was your son Your father, your uncle best friend. Would you WanNa know what happened? Would you WanNa know who hurts him? Because this was my best friend for my son therefore somebody. He had a life to live in someone took it away. So I prayed I someone whoever's out there listening to know anything at all should make the phone call you can remain anonymous you've been clicked we're bored afterward I'll send money via that anywhere in the United States just tell me who hurt my son clean if you know anything at all it will eat you every day your life if you know something that my son and you don't talk it will hurt you and I don't want anyone else being hurt from the death of my son. If, you know something it's as simple as a phone call. It's as simple as a note it's as simple as telling somebody it should know some and at the end of that trauma she. You'll be happy to know the person that hurt my study in jail, and that concludes the story of Brandon Rosecrans. Do you know who killed Brandon on May eighteenth twenty twenty in Harker Heights Texas. Perhaps you are in the area and saw something you didn't think was significant. There is a substantial reward for anyone who can help identify Brandon's killer. What if Brandon was your son nephew brother or friend? Wouldn't you want justice? On behalf of brain is parents I'm pleading with you to help solve this crime. You don't even have to leave your name. If you know anything please contact Lieutenant Jack Wallace of the Harker Heights police department at two, five, four, nine, five, three, five, four, three one or you can call crime stoppers at.
"rosecrans" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"I'm David Oliver Hetero Louis the funeral for twenty-seven-year-old Brandon Scott. Rosecrans was held today police say Rosecrans was murdered near Fort Hood Texas on May Eighteenth are Jesse lanman spoke to his family today. Good evening guys. It's been a long a couple of weeks for Rosecrans family and there's a long way to go can finding out who took his life but today was about honoring his memory. Everything turned out like brand new have expected beautiful and with all his friends and family it's been just fifteen days since the life of Brandon Rosecrans was taken near his station base of Fort Hood Texas and since then family has had to go through the stages of retrieving him from an honor flight in Tulsa, bringing him home and coordinating service. The young veteran deserved family shared with me what a difference the army made in his life. He went in as a young man and he was turning into a marvelous adult responsible young man that young man was taken just four days before his twenty eighth birthday, his parents, Thomas and Christie Burg say today show just how much of an impact his life had in a short amount of time it was probably the best thing. was to see everybody happy in the see everybody their their thoughts. We're all just on US and Brandon and most importantly Britain's life can't be forgotten because of who he was. Teachers Friends, neighbors service complete with an honor from the local fire department, the Patriot Guard and a three volley. Salute meant the world cannot be any more happier with army presents we've had. And the blessing of everybody's been behind us. Brandon now, peacefully at rest, the family says their mission now is justice I want people when they see this, remember that we are a family and brandon is a person but we're going to fight until we finally got our son. Clean Com crime stoppers anything. Oh..
Caught On Camera: Passenger Punches, Spits At Los Angeles Lyft Driver After Being Asked To Wear Face Covering
"A lift driver was punched and spat on by a passenger in Torrance, who refused to wear a mask during the ride. Driver says he was just trying to follow lifts, Health and safety guidelines that requires face coverings. The woman was caught on camera yelling, spitting, even punching the driver as we hear from CBS to his campus grown, Pedro Pedro Cobia Cobia says says it it all all started started after after he he picked picked the the moment moment up up on on Rosecrans Rosecrans and and Crenshaw Crenshaw on on Torrence Torrence last last month month and and notice notice she she wasn't wasn't wearing wearing a a mask. mask. When When he he asked asked her her to to put put one one on, on, he he says says things things escalated escalated from from there. So, he said. What happened was he took her to the destination that is set on the app. She was already mad because of the match. So she got more mad because apparently the location he took her wasn't the one that she had requested. Now, lift says it has banned that violent passenger and is offering support to Cube. Ia's who is currently suffering some health complications. Lift is also working with Torrance police they they are looking into that incident for sure.
"rosecrans" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Thing Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news radio homing up vice president Mike pence press secretary is tested positive for over nineteen more on that story coming up at the top of the hour first traffic weather together every ten minutes on the five to twelve fifty five used on a compass in Orange County on the northbound four of five from the junction of the five that's the El Toro whited Jeffrey road the right two lanes are closed the northbound five from First Street to fourth street the right lane and shoulder being worked on three Santa Ana it's a full freeway closure on the eastbound twenty two from main street to the city drive if you're driving on the west ten from citrus to point today the right two lanes are coned off eastbound ten a little bit going on there from Aziz Avenue to grant the right two lanes are closed and from granted a fifty seven it is the right three lanes that are blocked the eastbound ten connector to the seventy one south is also shut down through Boyle heights the westbound sixty connector to the northbound five is now closed we've got some road work on the south on one ten south LA the connected to the west one of five is currently shut down the southbound one ten from Rosecrans to P. C. H. the left lane is blocked and it through the valley we've got some road work on the four or five south from Roscoe to Sherman way that is causing a bit of slowing the right three lanes are closed along with the north off offramp that is also shut down next to port at one OO five I'm tiny compass with more traffic reports were often can extend seventy newsradio low clouds and fog in the morning then partly cloudy skies today look for highs from around seventy at the beaches around eighty degrees inland Saturday night low clouds lows in the mid fifties.
"rosecrans" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Five the one ten all the way up to Rosecrans next four to six forty five a Jennifer York at more tropical points more often can I send seventy newsradio the one of us are in effect until ten o'clock tomorrow night the temps are going to be in the sixties days some of those girls thirty forty fifty miles an hour through the area but it should be at least sunny a right now downtown LA it's clear it's fifty in just with its fifty three and and then I tried out it's fifty degrees six thirty seven a new study by researchers at UC San Francisco says that although vaping isn't quite as dangerous as smoking regular cigarettes it will sharply increase the risk of chronic lung diseases including asthma bronchitis emphysema the study's lead author Stanton Glantz says a lot of advertising for electronic cigarettes is very misleading what you cigarettes are promoted as a way to help people quit smoking for most people actually make it harder for people who want to quit smoking would be better off not using E. cigarettes by the way the study also found the people use both electronic and regular cigarettes are at a much higher risk of lung disease than people who only spoke one or the other six thirty eight Donald Trump has yet to be MPs but that has not stopped the democratic many Republican senators from getting ready for a trial moderately a minority leader Charles Schumer is calling for the testimony of four people including the former national security adviser John Bolton the acting what our chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Schirmer telling CNN he wants to hear what they have to say not one of these facts is been rebutted nor has there been a single good reason why these folks can't testify they say it the stake chief of staff shouldn't testify chief of staff testified before Congress all the time there's no executive privilege Pennsylvania Republican senator Pat Toomey on meet the press says the goal was to give the president a fair trial you know there might be a lot of agreement on facts in the case that could be stipulated I think there's a big disagreement about what rises to a level of impeachment now the house had to vote on impeachment on Wednesday Donald Trump has denied that he did anything wrong in a course on Wednesday of that bill does in fact happen as anticipated you'll full coverage right here on KNX and in Jersey democratic congressman who's announced plans to become a Republican will have to find some new people as staff his office five some reports say six top aides to Jeff van roost say they are quitting their jobs with him because his party switch doesn't reflect their own I'll use band drew has said that he'll vote no this week on whether to impeach president trump political analysts say his change of party will probably help them win reelection as conservative district next year six thirty nine the US military academy at Naval Academy say they will have separate investigations into possible why power hand gestures slurs by a few students of the army navy football game the adjuster pretty much looks at the OK hand sign Brian Levin is an expert on night nextra meddlesome at cal state telling CBS to how these symbols can be heroes like many things we see dole symbols for instance marking hammer started out of the Pink Floyd album and it became the marking scan it you'll sometimes the appropriations of minor symbols of by by white supremacist and neo **** over west point cadets and navy Katamon mid ship and in the stands appeared to display the okay sign during the ESPN broadcast over the weekend and offer a legend and former LA opera director has made a triumphant return to the stage as he continues to face allegations of sexual misconduct on the same stage where he performed the title role in Verdi's Ernani for the first time in nineteen sixty nine Placido Domingo sang a fiftieth anniversary.
"rosecrans" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"I mean phase chief content officer here emission dot org and we we are at very high up in the air in the cloud. Pardon the Pun here at salesforce tower route to high in. It's a great day antastic day. I'm so excited to be talking about your career your leadership style. We're GONNA talk about marketing to SNB's small medium businesses SA's but first. How did you get into marketing in the first place so I am what I would call an accidental marketer. I it was not unlike a lot of people who are in college and think that they are going to go into marketing. I was not one of those people I was a political science major and I had aspirations to work on political campaigns and maybe even for a congress person but believe it or not my the company that I was working for at the time had gone through through a number of layoffs. There was a huge gap in product marketing and one of the leaders said how `bout you become a product marketer later. Almost immediately I started shadowing account executives going on the road with them. Understanding what the a messaging and positioning was trying to get a sense from them what sales assets they needed. What kind of leave behinds we needed to create and deliver the end. That's how my product marketing career started. Do you feel like when you were in college hanging out at the Bronco. You're dreaming yeah of of one day a career in something other than marketing you know. I don't know if I ever dreamt of having a career in in any one specific thing I have always been an individual that has been hyper focused on learning and trying different things and so as evidenced by my career. marketing is one of the many things that I've had the good fortune of being able to do so you spend breached Oracle your peoplesoft and you went to a company called Primavera what is Ted so actually the startup that I was working at was acquired by Primavera yes and so and now primavera is part of Oracle believe it or not they were acquired and they were largely in construction project management but they acquired the startup that I was at because we he had developed an IT APP DEV project management technology that I was a product marketer for yeah so then to somebody come knocking sand. Hey we want you to come to sell source or what happened next. So after the Primavera acquisition I was has taking a career pause. I had my husband and I had made the conscious decision that we were. I was Gonna stay home for a little while I had had my son and it had returned to work rather immediately and then after having my daughter I decided I wanted to be home for a little while and my former boss from primavera and also that startup she too had kind of gone through the acquisition by Primavera called me up one day and said I have a job with your name on it and so Lo and behold I found child care for my daughter. I came up to the city and I I think two days later I had a job offer from salesforce to be a product marketer on the APP exchange and it was frankly as is quick as that and two weeks later I was commuting and here at salesforce and here I am eleven and a half years later wore those early days of traffic light 'cause I you know we interviewed Leyla variety visionaries and kind of talked about that a little bit but it seemed like this was something that at the time I'm was obviously new to everyone share including Steve Jobs exactly so it was so early on and I mean I think I don't even know but I think it's about two million APP installs right now. If I'm not mistaken I'll have to check on the actual stats but I mean it was so in the early days right and I had been hired to be the product marketer for the checkout capability so the ECOMMERCE capability for the exchange and so not only were we trail-blazing with the APP exchange itself but then also now trying to to launch this checkout capability as well and so it was super early days and it was literally just a few months or maybe even six months later that I found myself shifting into another job because things were just always fluid in very much changing as was typical typical and a very rapidly growing company which salesforce continues to be you have really interesting story of when you're first days on the job with APP exchange concern that I literally started on Monday by the I think Wednesday of that week Layla and I were out recruiting partners for this checkout capability and Jason Lumpkin who was the founder and CEO of Echo sign at the time she and I they drove down to Palo Alto and met with him and I remember being completely taken in by his energy and his exuberance and frankly frankly his. I'll call it very frank character. He definitely no-holds-barred told us exactly what he thought. I want out of that meeting thinking. I don't know if we I don't quite know what happened there but I think we got our first checkout customer so it was very successful. Breath fall. It's so funny because I actually just came from interviewing Jason which is a small world and he's going to be on the journey podcasts which will get into later but it's such a small world than I think you know. One of the hallmarks of your career has been longevity of being with companies in Kinda sticking looking at through and like I think you know so interesting with a lot of salesforce executives. Is this long tenure that you have to see things through to multiple iterations multiple points of of conclusions and and growth. I'm curious like when you're kind of in the moment. Are you thinking about something like staying for a long time or you just kind of more in the moment trying to get stuff done well in the early days particularly that first year here when I was the mother of two young kids at home it was very very challenging but that said I mean I've stayed at salesforce and at you know the other companies companies that I've stayed at for a long time or awhile anyway because they offered these incredible growth opportunities for me to stretch myself and do new things and try new things and frankly. I think that's why I know that's why I've stayed here and I think that that is why you see a number. Burger of people here at salesforce who have chosen to stay in chosen to commit themselves to salesforce because this company offers incredible growth growth opportunities. I'm always just in awe of how serious people like take the mission and take the core values and things like that that and I think. SNB's are kind of a different animal. You know it is something that each company is so different. They're strapped for resources horses. They're strapped for cash. Their time is really valuable when we were brainstorming ideas for this podcast the journey that we that we do in partnership with sales or central's. We're we're thinking like how do we make the episodes like really manageable twelve minute ten Minnesota because they're so busy things like that. I'm curious like after you know all this time working with. SNB's like what are some of the insights there were some of the ways that you think about SNB's as different than potentially like larger organizations such a great question. I think one of the things that I mean differentiates the way that we approach chests. Mb's is that we understand all of those things that you just mentioned right. We understand that these are people who are wearing bring a lot of different hats every day that some of them you know don't necessarily know if they're going to be able to make payroll at the end of the month they stay up late at night because they wanna make sure that they have the ability to hire and retain and re- recruit their best employees they want to deliver an incredible customer experience because they know that customer experience is the brand and that is the battlefield that they're operating reading and so. I'm very very cognizant of how we have to honor small businesses every day in the work that we do because has they are a group of companies that fuel this economy and I know that that is an honor that we take very seriously yeah and I would add to that that it's a group that is extremely different by geography. It's a group. That's extremely different by industry. It's a group that I I mean. I personally think that it's probably the hardest demographic market to in the country like consumers at at the end of the day consumer goods like you know they're kind of going to buy it or they're not enterprise. Is You have like large group bind decisions now. We have things like account based. Marketing Marketing and things like that that we kind of are starting to understand that stuff. I think a lot better now I personally think as is like really more of a black box. I don't know Oh you know how many organizations are out there that are doing it really really well because it's so difficult. I'm curious. What are what are some thoughts from from where you're sitting on. How marketers could just better mentally approach? SMB's yeah you know I think the one thing that were hyper. Cognizant of is being where small businesses are at. That's a big consideration for us. I think one of the things you know trust. I is the number one value here at salesforce one of the things that our team has hyper focused on is how do we establish trust crossed with these small businesses and the small business community salesforce is known associated with a lot of the fortune five hundred had a lot of the biggest enterprise companies in the world but we as a small business marketing team are hyper focused on making sure or that these small businesses also know that we have the tools the resources that can help power their growth and just help them run their businesses and so that is something that we as a team are hyper focused on and the way that we get to them is being where they're so. It's being in those small business communities. It's being on social. It's being in events. It's being with a lot of these you know smaller or groups within their communities where they're actually going to get the information and the coaching and the guidance that they need in order to grow their businesses and that's not just in San Francisco. It's all over the United States. It's all over the world. Yeah we earlier in my career. I did a I did. This like like Webinar series back number years ago and our motives for veterans businesses might remember we did this Webinar with like six hundred veteran businesses and it's like I remember member all of the comments for the other than actually destroy. The first comment was just like I can't believe I woke up at nine am for this. I'm like by Batman that Bro Gra sorry buddy. I'll get you your zero dollars back but every comment was so specific back to their business. It was like every single person wanted that individualized advice when you think about how difficult of a problem that is right like how do you you provide helpful content at scale to people who really all feel like their businesses different because it is I I think it's is just such a unique challenge it is I think one of the things that I find most rewarding about working with small businesses though is seeing how they've built their communities around their products and services just like we have built trailblazer communities around our products and small business overall like we.
"rosecrans" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Have more details as they become available at the bottom of the hour. Right now, ten twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. And here's Lucy towers, and that area is completely shut down rosecrans and aviation boulevard is closed, and as you can imagine. If it's an officer involved shooting, the whole areas going to be coordoned-off would imagine rosecrans is shut down at I'll avenue coming from the west and from Douglas street coming from the east on rosecrans are t- aviator. Boulevard probably shut down near Hawaii streak coming down. And then around thirty third street to rosecrans avenue, this is for an officer involved shooting, and from the Twitter, a photos that I've been seeing all of the activity seems to be on the east side of the pedestrian bridge there at rosecrans, an aviation boulevard, and you want some alternates how about the one oh five that turns into imperial highway, and then as El Segundo boulevard, marine avenue, Manhattan meets boulevard artesia, there are all sorts of alternates to get towards the beach, and other rosecrans is a very very heavily travelled area. If you coming up north bound side of the four oh five you can get off at Inglewood avenue catch Manhattan beach boulevard or marine avenue. If you come in south them get off at El Segundo, head towards the beefs and still working a crash. This is in Anaheim on the westbound side of the ninety one at the fifty five interchange right in the gore point the motorcycle internet's UV tank. And yet has you tangled up traffic all the way back to the two forty one. Then hop over the K real all the fast track lanes are shut down on the eastbound side of the ninety one from the fifty five ninety one interchange to the county line next report coming up at ten thirty five hours with more traffic reports..
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"I mean, the experiences in some ways supposed to be a little bit of a secret. Yeah. I think you could even say that about the summer camp are a lot of experiences even like field dressing a deer. They're supposed to be these things that you do for yourself and live inside you. And there's this idea that part of their power is diminished. If you share them with others in the case of some of this wellness, literally, you're instructed not to share this. When the when you say what's gonna go on? They say we can't tell you like catharsis as much as we can tell you them. And I only wrote about in the story, I think I write in detail about three of the exercises. And remember we did exercises for five days for up to twelve you know, ten hours a day. So there's plenty I didn't write about technology. Don't be revealed. What is it? Like. Yeah. Bringing those things out those things that are supposed to be secrets. I I think it is. It's been difficult for me to learn how to write about myself because when a lot of my nonfiction, and then the memoir about Paris. And now this new book about Los Angeles County, you know, I am part of it to a certain degree and in writing about myself in fiction. It's a lot easier because I can put parts of myself particularly parts that are unflattering parts. That aren't nice parts that aren't pretty parts that I when I forced myself to look back on what you know. I'm really embarrassed about what I regret in stick that into a character who on the surface of the page looks nothing like me in fiction. That's exciting in nonfiction. It's terrifying. Because I don't get to tell my story through someone else's point of view. And so when I do s- put myself in the center of things. It's been it's probably quite positive for my levels of self awareness. And I'm sure it's improved my marriage. And I think it probably makes me a better friend other people just because of realizing what a bonehead I can be and realizing my own prejudices and think some people you'll see I I say this only because I can feel the temptation myself, you can make yourself a hero of your own misfortunes or your own eccentric cities. And I think that is pretty weak beer. You know, like I think you can see that on someone pretty quickly in their pros. But it's tough to write about yourself, honestly. And with a degree of fairness, but I think more importantly degree of harshness. I think it's important for the writer if the writing about themselves in a truthful way to be hard on themselves, and I don't do it. Very well. And I think I'm learning, and I think is something I struggle with. So it's a great challenge in the case of the book about Paris. And now you are reading. About Los Angeles. And I understand that the Los Angeles book will also have you as a character joking? She's like, okay. So what city moving to? So does that like color how you live like when you're living those years in Paris, and you are going to work at this French advertising agency, and something funny or humiliating happens. Are you going great? This is going to be great in the book. When I like accidentally said that I came really hard in front of my boss. You know, like like, I guess like shit you on I should probably unpack that anecdote you have to read the book if you want to understand how that that came about. But like, how do you actually live when you're reading about your life, right? You know in the case of the book was called Paris. I love you. But you're bringing me down in the case of Paris. I love you. It wasn't a book. It was me. Waking up in the morning before working at this ad agency and Perez, and I'll get up every morning and work on a novel, and then eventually published it was called you lost me there. It was my first book and as warm up exercise 'cause it's like five oh, four am Perez dark cold, my wife, and I were in this little apartment, it was just get up in front of computer in to warm up. I would write a diary entry on what happened. The previous day is just what happened at the office..
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"There's all these people two dozen of them young people, very handsome all races. All ages were you're the trainees are all races. All ages. The trainers themselves are too, but they skew young. They're all dressed in formal wear suits tuxedos, and they're wildly clapping as you go into the room. And then for the next two hours. They explain what you're going to be doing over the course of the following five days. And that is basically like I said, in my opinion, this sort of psychological boot camp, but the rules are very strict so no eating unless they tell, you know, drinking list, they tell, you know, talking to other people unless they tell you of no going to the bathroom, except when they tell you. Can I mean at one point as these rules are being explained I got up to go to the bathroom and the trainer. She was sitting up on this diet above us. It's a really intense environment. Because what a part of the five days that I went through. There's a lot of humiliation that goes on a lot of public shaming. And what was frightening. One of the most frightening things for me about the experiences. How quickly the crowd seems to want that as in quickly obeys her rules and quickly turns on the people that don't obey the rules. And so me going up just to go take a piss, you know, I'm walking out and quickly two of the other trainers assistance, like serve come towards me as sort of stopped me. And the trainer says makes a joke about how you know understand that when you go to the bathroom when you just leave the room on your own of your own spontaneous. Will you are in her opinion giving everyone else in the room the excuse to do the same? In other words to stop a bane her in obey themselves, which as she sees it, in my opinion, again over the course of these five days will. Her up their training, which is some of them. According to her are there because their lives depend on it. They're coming there because they have severe trauma in their lives distress. And in fact, you hear stories from people the whole time that you're there about horrible sexual abuse. Horrible addiction problems people who have been contemplated pursuing suicide, and they for whatever reason have wound up in this room in this room. They're being told will solve their problems. And so if you get up because you have to go the bathroom, you are sort of breaking that training, and the gist that was said to me, and this is what I we have in the article is it's basically like I've almost murdering somebody because I had a large bottle of water before I came into the room while I mean, that's an idea and Scientology, and a lot of things suppressive people that basically anything you do against the will of the group is a form of violence against the people who need the teachings. But I'm curious like as you went into this experience when you went to that. Summer camp. It felt like you recognized in order to do this tunder stand. This fully I need to embrace it. I need to make myself at least for a few days of believer. I will get the funny haircut. I will get the hairspray in trying to understand this MIT t. It doesn't feel like you can fully become a believer. Like giving yourself over to that was dangerous..
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"There was a woman who owned a beauty salon in Beverly Hills and she had loved life spring, and she reached out to the guy and said, look, can I license those trains off you I wanna restart it. And she did she renamed it because licensing at that point had a terrible reputation. She called it mastery and transformational training now known as MIT rebooted it and a little basement down near LAX. I believe at least that's where I did my training at the time, you know, couple people would show up and now you've got hundreds of people's going through. A couple of weeks, and it's all these levels of training in the basic, the advanced the legacy and on and on and on and so someone in the course, my reporting on all these other let's say more banal, or you know, sort of goofy new age stuff was like, oh, you have you heard about MIT house? No, they said, well, you gotta try it. And so I just went in, and I paid for the course and signed up, and then that's where this story took a much darker turn. Yeah. It was something like we like, oh, this is going to be too big to fit into the star has like juice cleanses in right? Yes. Suddenly we went from a three thousand word story about juice cleanses and kindling a yoga, and I did a long afternoon session with a witch the oracle, Los Angeles. I mean, she was a wonderful oracle like if I ever need analysis or therapy. Again, I'm choosing a witch over anybody. But yet suddenly all of that got shunted to the side. I mean, there's I think all of that reporting which I spent three weeks doing is one paragraph in the story because once I got into MIT we knew that the story was going to be about. MIT because you go in and the rules are pretty drastic from the beginning. You can only drink water eat food when they tell you, you can only talk to other people in the room when they can tell you. And again, imagine that you're in a huge hotel ballroom in the basement of a hotel near Los Angeles International airport when you arrive you, and your approximately I guess there are about one hundred and fifty other trainees like me you arrive..
"rosecrans" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"They also interested in the head of champagne brunch afterwards. So maybe that's like an LA customer. I don't know that's the unifying thread. How do you in all these situations not make fun of the people that you're theoretically trying to embrace their lifestyle at least for a day? You know, because I think I don't find anything to make fun of. I think the only times when I'm when I would be interested in making fun of someone is if they are harmful if they're pernicious in Emma, even looking to make fun of them. I mean, I think when I hear you say make fun of I think the first comes to mind is judging them or analyzing them with a certain bent towards revealing them to be I don't know a hoax, or assholes fools like they've been duped yet. But these people for the most part that I met were. Open-minded earnest thoughtful people, and they happen to be let's say have a they were bent in a certain way. I don't mean like bent in a weird way. I mean, like, they're literally their trains of thought their minds bent in a certain direction, and they deserve saw life a little bit in that direction. Or this was one part of their lives in the same way that you know, I wouldn't make fun of someone who's really into poker or someone who's wiccan or someone who's I don't mean to get help. Hey, you know, sincere religious or spiritual beliefs is similar to gambling card game in any case. What I mean is that people choose to put things in their lives. And in the end, it's hard not to see them as just another person. But then you meet people that are trying to harm people people that are trying to pull one over on people, and those are the people that as soon as run into it. I instantly the analytical side of my brain is going to click into high gear to just be a little bit more have a little greater scrutiny of what's going on front of me. So it'd be like wait a second. It's fine to believe in aliens in UFO's. What do I know about aliens? And you have owes no big deal. It's another thing to say you've got problems. I have the solution. Come meet me as your savior? When we start going down that road. My tenants are up. Don't I only say that? Because that's where the story say don't most like I could be wrong. But I feel like most places that a seeker fines. Eventually when you get deep and serious enough. Have that latter element you're describing whether it's give me your money. Give me your life. Give you know separate yourself from the people who don't believe this tell me about as you sort of pulled back the surface on some of this stuff. What you found? And I would even start by saying we're sitting in a recording studio in Brooklyn, and this is bedrock Americana. You know, Brooklyn, New York goes back a very long time. And I know New York is constantly changing. But I gotta tell you when you live in Los Angeles shit is changing right in front of you. There's not the sense like in Boston Philadelphia, New York City that this is old old America with these massive federal buildings made out of this really heavy stone in Los Angeles. I was just talking to someone his name's kit, reckless former editor of Los Angeles magazine in the LA weekly in the LA times magazine, and you've seen what keeps him in Los Angeles. He's originally from the east coast is that it's literally changing right in front of you. And there's this sense that you can be part of that change. In other words in Los Angeles. This sense that everything is both perilous like could just rupture underneath your feet any day and fires or cascading down the mountains and torrents of mud or. Wiping out houses all of that is real. And there's also the sense that you can be made a star that you can strike a fortune that you can become someone new. You know, you're catching me actually, my thoughts are half. Baked right. So I apologize. And I hope he's are coming. We appreciate half. Man..
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"For real estate companies and just grinding out fiction in the mornings, and then eventually was able to build sort of a fiction career and a nonfiction career, you know, side by side, but to have people trying to do the same thing, and particularly people who it seemed like we felt like we were working outside of the system. In those cases, it is nice to have a friend. So to catch listeners up on what's happened to you since then you have a couple of novels out. You have a nonfiction book about your time spent living in Paris were hand ad agency. And you rate pretty frequently for G Q. I would say largely experiential and tennis based nonfiction that fair. Yeah. It's true. I've done to tennis stories for them. One was with the head the idea of trying to enter me into the US open. And this is because all these great tennis players were hiring, former legends as their coaches. We're like, okay, let's have froze Krantz try to do that. And then I promptly lost to. A rising sixteen year old in California in a tournament and cried laying down on the ground, and then the dream assignment. For me was one day, my editor from G Q called up, and they said this is about a year ago. He said, what are you doing Friday? Now, it's actually moving apartments, my wife, and I were moving at the time. I said I you know, I'm moving this week. And he's like well Friday, I need you go to Switzerland to go hiking with Roger Federer house. I can absolutely work out how to do that. And so that was pretty great. So literally like, we my wife, and I were the movers came got into the new place. I turned around went to the airport, and, you know, thirty six hours later was seen Roger Federer like get dressed for a photo shoot. We're on extremely short notice. Profiling Roger Frater are you going in with any idea of what this article is going to end up like like how long did you have with Roger Federer? I had a lunch a lunch. Okay. So pretty limited compact period of time. Are you thinking about like what you can get out of that lunch or you just? Having lunch with Roger Federer? It requires a lot of preparation in order to just have lunch with Roger Federer. I being a person who tends toward in Zion..
"rosecrans" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Started it coming from Alex Ross was writing there before he was writing for the New Yorker, it was literally sort of wild west feeling if only because the design was so crappy you would stare at these webpages news like almost like crunching on your screen in front of you with the little typography, but the stories were good and the journalism was good. And so is excited, and none of the mainstream outlets yet were really doing that much. So it was fresh. Did you have writer Lee? Ambitions that point. Yeah. I went to college pretty much to become a writer. I sort of knew that English or writing was going to be my thing. I studied poetry nonstop loved. It lived it and then moved to New York City with his copy editing job at a graphic design studio web design studio and quickly got sick of poetry. Yeah. And I always loved reading novels, and that's what I was reading on the subways in the morning. And so I just decided well, if that's what I love reading, you know, maybe I should take a shot at writing it too. Because all I'd written in college was poetry. I hadn't taken a fiction class. I wasn't doing journalism. And so I just gradually started just filling up these legal pads in the mornings before I'd get up at six in the morning and start writing, and I had this grand idea for a novel. And it was terrible. So that one got shelved and then another one came out of that. And that one got shelved, but that was the start of serve my emissions for. Did. You see online publishing as a different avenue by which you might get work. I I was wondering if people who have deep. Poetic ambitions because forgive me. If this is incorrect, but there's almost no audience for poetry, and Eric I worked briefly a WW Norton, which is one of the bigger poetry houses. And if we sold fifteen hundred copies of poetry bucket was like the success of the year other other than a few people. Whereas I imagined that as writing online became a bigger deal. You could get that many people to read an article simply by putting it in the morning news roundup. Right. I think it's true at that time. So we had started this Email newsletter. We both left this company blogger had just come out as a piece of software in our boss asked us, if we were gonna leave the company we could start publishing it online. So he can still read these little link compilations in then nine eleven happened. And shortly after nine eleven a friend of ours of Andrew's mind that suggested why don't you start publishing more? So we set this goal of we would publish an article every day. In addition. Doing these link roundups, then the morning news just sort of went from there as of blew up. But yeah, the web at the time was just throw yourself at it. And suddenly it's there and it's available to everybody. If you can find an audience, I think we've had several people who published in the early years of the morning rules on the show, Paul Ford comes to mind, but what was it like having your formative experiences as a writer and editor in public and building a sense of community rather than I think of graduate programs is usually sort of a sense of isolation right in the early days in New York. It was fabulous because everybody had a blog, but everybody was about forty one people. And so you would gather at bars over on the west side or downtown, and you would meet Corey Sika was doing a blog called east west and working in an art gallery. Lessee Harbold was running her blog. Paul Ford was doing f- train. You know, Gawker was only bay. Barely a glimmer in Nick Denton Zai Todd Levin in who's a wonderful.
"rosecrans" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Hello. Welcome along forum podcast. I am Erin. Lamour with my co hosts Evan Ratliff and max Lansky back at it. Hello. Hey. Aaron what's what's doing for the program today? Good one hair on the show this week rosecrans Baldwin. I I became aware of him via the Zine soon to become website. He published the morning news which early on when we were running long form in the first few years. There is like a small orbit of publications that I feel like we're always batting way above their weight. Just publishing incredible stuff. And I was like how does this work? What's the funding and the morning news was chief among them? I think it's like the first place. I probably read a lot of our guests like Paul Ford. He actually founded morning news in nineteen ninety nine. He helps continued oversee at although he does lots of other stuff. Now, he reds alive for G Q. He had a pretty great piece. I think his last piece for G Q was one in which he joined various wellness colts in Los Angeles, which is new and adopted home. So really interesting interview someone who's done all kinds of stuff and has really seen a lot of the last couple decades in publishing firsthand. Hey, Erin, if you've done all kinds of stuff. How would you? Go view published everywhere. The only place you have left as Email, and there's no better place to send emails as you're publishing route than male chimp. It's it's weirdly modern. I'd say the Email, newsletters, what is old is new again every day. I see new Email newsletters, pop up, and I'm happy to sign up for them because they mean one more minute. I am not destroying my brain on social media. So thanks to mail chimp for help making the show possible. Sign up for. An Email newsletter today, it'll it'll it'll come to pay dividends. When you're when you got a book out like Evan. Mark Di Cristina the marketing chief at a male chimp. If you're listening weirdly modern could be a good new slogan for you guys. Weirdly modern. And now here's Aaron with rosecrans Baldwin. Welcome baldwin. Yeah. So you are the rare guest I've had on the show who I can trace your work back almost to before the internet. Not before the before anyone was reading on the internet. So you are the founder of the morning news or the co founder, founder news. Are you still involved yet heavily? I still almost every other day put together an Email of links that have stories that I find interesting around the internet yet in nineteen ninety nine Andrew Womack. And I along with couple of people over time started, what was essentially a link blog we were both working for a web design agency. And in the mornings, we both had time. This is ninety nine internet bubble. We had more hours than work to do and we were both of news junkies. And so we would put together this little Email, literally, I guess it was one of the first Email, newsletters of stories, we found interesting on the web at the time that we thought was relevant to our bosses. And then stuff that we just thought was fun or interesting or weird. And we'd send it out how much reading was there on the internet in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine Irish senior in high school and reading none of it. Right. You had. I don't know. Yahoo news. Was there you had, you know, wonderful early online magazines word magazine was particularly good. It was started out on was out there. It was really rough early days of feed was out there, which you had people like Steven Johnson..
"rosecrans" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Brought to you by I accident lawyers. Here's done for your Brian and got the very latest on a stigler on the four zero five five southbound just past beats boulevard middle lane blocked with a box truck that has calmed down waiting for that heavy duty. Now before that. I'm just getting word of a crash. This is going to be four or five southbound Justice you split from the twenty to block in your car pool lane. So you are slowing that sell four or five from the twenty to make any way all the way down past the fifty five down into Irvine. Now, let's have a look at the what oh five overhead with Desmond in sky five. Very busy morning here. A westbound totally packet on the six zero five. Bob looks like the worst betcha lead for the ones about the ball. Look down at rosecrans, nets blowing fine. You wanna use that as an alternate? Eastbound you have nothing to worry about. Let's update deposit downtown Scott has to check pulse of good news on this. What ten westbound San Pedro? That wreck has been taken off the freeway, but still the only entertains out to the white tat little improvement slows again right around Hoover heading toward national overload. Ten eastbound slowing just about LA brea stays heavy ever toward the harbor freeway. All right. I'm looking at this ten drive out of the on Antero area heading into Bloomington there. I think Cal trans closure of the right lane on the ten eastbound lock it in which is right before the two fifteen because you've got about a four mile backup there and that eastbound, and then westbound sixty at vineyard this just came in this is heading into on hair, Ontario. Got a motorcyclist down to the two left lanes. Westbound side of the sixty ad vineyard dot com. Cautious is a lot of false information out. There not outliers have their amazing results of be smart higher multimillion dollar winning firm. I accident lawyer dot com or an extra. Forty seven fifty five. I'm data for your gets more traffic. Affords more.
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"And weather together every ten minutes. On, the, fives and, back over to did, he's fondue he's got big trouble on the. Six oh five in Norwalk so if. That's the way you're headed don't. Do it northbound sat at rosecrans who's. A nasty, crash got four lanes blocked carpool first second third lanes from the. Left and, a number of people hurt in this crash. And there's also paint. Spill involved in this one So you can head to the east of the freeway and can take Studebaker if you go, to the west of the freeway you can take a lot of people are so they're. Busy but they're moving and we don't, have word yet and when we're gonna see lanes reopened on that northbound side. Who the rosecrans area on. The seven ten we've. Got a crash seven ten southbound connector to the four zero. Five south, where two cars involved in that one and. It looks like man had a little fight I don't know if it was a fist fight but they were definitely. Yelling at each other on the right side of. The road so that always get CHP to arrive pretty quickly now let's say we've got some trouble. There five jam Cam Brian we've got a crash northbound side the. Five right for Culver drive middle lanes are blocked with the CHP is all the way. To ten the business to the slowdown starts the one thirty three it's a slow drive in past that crash as you. Make your. Way up to the crush a little. More slowly as you. Make your way up to about dizzy, lend southbound you're. Looking just a little slowing out of the, crush towards the fifty five now we've got a brush fire boy if you're headed to Vegas headed toward that fifteen. North at the two fifteen this is two fifteen Southbound and northbound closed. Down at the, ten eastbound because of that fire coast fire departments. Already there and trying to keep, everything under control on the one on one westbound van is you've, got. A crash of Puerto, right, shoulder the slowdown from the Hollywood interchange and vacuum five again this time that problem in. Norwalk five south that imperial-style card cleared out of. Lanes it's a really so drive out of the, east LA interchanges you make your way past the six zero five next report three, twenty five I'm Denise Fonda with more traffic reports. More, often KNX.
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"Fires guys looking at more than a dozen arson counts involving nine. Separate fires in faces up potential life sentence if he's convicted one of. Those fires is the fire in Idyllwild it started Wednesday thousands of people have been forced from. Their homes Lindsey light with the US forest service says firefighters have had to, struggle with the steep rugged terrain we also have a concern of rocks coming down on top of them. As well as trees you know things start to roll downhill and there's. Nothing holding it into the ground the fires. Already destroyed five homes at the command center in Riverside. County Corbin Carson KFI news brought to you by the Kitchen store a task force in, southern California has made a big drug bust. Street value of the illegal drugs is. One point six million dollars sixty eight pounds of methamphetamine twenty eight pounds of fence and l. eighty eight pounds of heroin, two pounds of cocaine Orange County Undersheriff Don. Barnes says most of the drugs we're. Going to be distributed in southern California he says the drug smuggling was an international operation investigation brought them from inside the United States South of the border to people have been arrested in the bust in Orange County Andrew mollenbeck KFI news at least. In north Hollywood, of Katamon accused of murder in New York cops. Closed in on, the guy after say he killed one woman and. Rates another in New York last week when, officers tracked him down here in LA he was allegedly. Holding another woman captive inside a hotel room in north Hollywood he's been charged in l. a.. County was, sexually assaulting and trying to kill her individual uses dating websites to be. Women victimized is chief of detectives with the NYPD and says he believes. There are more victims out there the man is Being held in the l. a. county. Jail on one point twenty five million dollars bail in north Hollywood Monica Rix KFI new federal judge in l. a., is considering a request for a gag order, in the case of ex porn actress stormy Daniels against President Trump, and his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, Daniels claims she had an affair with Trump years ago and says a confidentiality agreement is. Invalid Alex stone reports Coen's lawyers have asked for the gag order because of Daniel's lawyer Michael, ebony of ATI has been unrelenting in his public criticism of Michael Cohen lawyers have. An ATI, has been, on TV more than one hundred seventy, times and has tweeted more than. Five hundred times smearing Cohen in public traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center crash downtown one ten this is the northbound side just before the winter. When freeway Iraq is blocking the right lane overall the laser served up out. Of south LA coming away from Adams the drives also really tough in Carson it. Looks like they've wrapped up this wreck. On the south four zero five and four Vermont starting, to see traffic dissipating slightly but we are. Still backing up Coming away from rosecrans into already on the two ten eastbound, right at the six zero five, this. Crash also not only out of lanes cleared to the right shoulder traffic's picking up out of. Monrovia, coming off of Huntington drive and into the pass still raff rolling. On that fifteen northbound inching along from. Two ten free whale the.
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"Every ten minutes on the fives once again here's Desmond. Shaw Andy we do have this northbound side of the five values. Stall in the right lane the bad, news is it might take an hour further private tow truck to get there. And. While really a clogging up the drive away from the ninety one west ninety one nor six five, back to the five saves you some time you're, northbound five Lakewood offramp, also shut down till two or three o'clock for Cal trans work. There and the southbound six zero five rosecrans off ramp is partially blocked by A wreck it looks like at the bottom of the, offramp vocalist. Slowing they're just sluggish from. Washington a, doubt. That the five. Northbound side. Of one ten headed towards downtown still tapping the brakes a little more than the gas pedal off the one of five, up towards the four level southbound slow from the five down towards the atten- pretty rough go of it for, both sides of the Hollywood freeway northbound almost from the east l. interchange. Through Silverlake boulevard and southbound from Hollywood Boulevard slowing getting. Down towards the one ten watch your, step on the eastbound tan at town this is getting into Claremont some big chunks of tire tread. Reported in the right lane and also saw the southbound side of the four zero five. At Roscoe, new traffic cazar. Being, reported there the worst of that's just going to be from the one one to. Us curveball center and then your home free towards the west side northbound us struggles from. The one oh five two the ten next report's at ten fifty. Five on Desmond Shaw with more, traffic reports more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio hot. And dry conditions temperatures well above average as we head into not just this weekend but also spilling into the beginning of next. Week seventy nine we'll be the high today For the coast eighty-seven for Eleonore Orange County metro one or two for the valleys eighty six for the mountains and one oh eight expected for our desert communities there is a chance that we could. See some isolated thunderstorms and showers as we head into the beginning of next week as at high pressure system moves a little bit closer to the four corners region funneling in. A little bit more of that monsoonal moisture but. For now we're looking at temperatures that really changing until the beginning of next week with southern California's most accurate dependable forecast I'm CBS to, meteorologist Emberley for KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio right now in. Culver city seventy one degrees in west Covina it's Eighty-one and San Clemente is seventy degrees at ten forty seven and l. a. federal judge. Heard arguments this morning for and. Against, a, request, for a gag order on the. Lawyer for porn star stormy Daniels but it is not clear yet when he'll make a decision Daniels is suing. President, Trump and his former attorney Michael Cohen over an agreement she signed knocked to discuss religion affair with the president in. Two thousand six and Cohen The. Judge to order her lawyer Michael avenue ATI to stop talking about the case in public Olympic alpine skier Bode Miller and his wife Morgan. Are speaking out for the first time since their daughter drown in a pool in Orange County I can attest, from firsthand, experience now that it's unbelievable quick and it's unbelievable Sneaky it's been five weeks since. Their little nineteen month old daughter died the couple, told NBC's today show that it took only a matter of moments, for the child to disappear and only a matter of seconds for the child to get into the water a child under thirty. Pounds can drown thirty seconds and I just keep counting thirty in my head That was. All I needed according to the Orange County Fire authority of the couple was inside a neighbor's house having a conversation with a little girl wandered into the. Backyard and made her. Way into the neighbor's pool CPR was started immediately. But it was too late NBC, will, air the, millers full interview. On Monday Jordan Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio after decades of silence a. Handful of nuns worldwide have come forward on an issue that the Catholic church has yet to come to terms with the sexual abuse of religious sisters by priests and bishops an AP. Examination has found that cases of nuns being abused have emerged in Europe Africa South America and Asia The problem is global thanks to the sisters second class status in. The Catholic church and. They're ingrained subservience to the men who run it. The longest lunar eclipse of the, twenty, th century, is tonight Is going to pass right through the heart of the earth's shadow made even larger by. Our. Planet being closer, to the sun those two affects will make this totally clips last about an hour and forty three minutes for most of those who see it, in total eclipse the Griffith observatory's Dr Ed creek says. It's going to be spectacular with the moon appearing, darken ready because this is is. Going so through the center and such a. Long summer speculating it might practically disappeared. From the sky for short time but if..
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