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"rosie rivera" Discussed on KOMO
"Only 24 hour News Station Co. Mo news 1000 FM 97 7. The Covid picture might seem pretty grim right now, but a local health experts says it will get better. Very soon. As long as we're careful. I'm Ryan Harris with this como extra I've spent a lot of time during the pandemic. Looking at the projections from Uw's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and one that stands out is that we could save nearly 1600 lives between now in December, 1st. If 95% of us wear a mask indoors and in crowds, the other eye opening projection is for excess deaths. Hi h means Dr Ali Mark Dad sums them up as a NRA corded covid deaths or other deaths that only happened because of covid like deaths because of delayed health care, but also accounting for fewer deaths from things like car crashes. Even with those Washington's projected excess deaths are more than 15,000 by December 1st compared to nearly 9400 from just reported covid deaths. It's very important to get access mortality because you will underestimate Covid 19. In many places. We have to admit that people are more afraid and pay attention to the number of mortality does not number of infections. People pay attention to hospitalization, But today in the United States would scares everybody. So many Like dying from the disease. Even though Dr Mok Dad does paint a brighter picture, he tells me this pandemic will continue to be with us for a while, 2022. We will still have covid 19. Although much lower in terms of mortality and hospitalization and countries were investigation is very hard in countries where vaccination levels are very low. You will see a lot of cases and of course, more mortality simply because people are not immune, and they will get it and they will be infected and they will die. Unfortunately from it So this would be for us for a long time. The fact that we don't live in an island by ourselves and we shut down this island. People are going to come to the United States and bring Covid 19 was eventually That's how Covid 19 arrived to the U. S. And too many countries, However, our long range projections for the United States we keep declining all the way through December January, we'll have a little bit of rice but not a major search. So we're presenting a little bit in please. And it will go down all the weight and spring unless, of course. We have a new variant that's in the state violence circulating elsewhere and coming to the U. S court produced within the United States borders, But Dr Mark Dad tells me that doesn't mean a break for hospitals in the winter, with fewer patients from Covid, but more from the flu because many people last year did not have any fluid did not see the virus. So they we have less immunity for it coming this winter, So it's possible our hospitals even without Covid 19 will have a little bit more a surgeon hospitalization. Simply for respiratory viruses that we avoided last year by winning and masking staying at, especially if it's under age of to have never been outside their home. Now they are and they haven't seen any flu. So we're seeing a recipe in many places going on stress on hospitals, and I see you capacity and more. Quite honestly, they're not going to be facing that kind of level of stress from Covid 19 again short of a new variant circulating by that, and Mokdad says there's one other thing you'll want to think about as we continue through this new re Reality. We need to reach a place all of us in many countries in the world that we are not going to eliminate Covid 19. We just have to make sure it doesn't kill and it doesn't overwhelm our hospital. And it's spreading at such a low rate that it's not anymore a major health problem in the country and to do that, he again says We need to mask up and get our vaccines now, and we need to make sure the rest of the world catches up on those vaccines. Ryan Harris Co. Mo News. What organizers of big events in Atlanta have made the decision to cancel recently due to Covid 19 spikes, one of its still planning to move forward Atlanta Black pride, the annual celebration of the African American LGBTQ community will still go on as scheduled. Organizers say they hope encouraging attendees to wear masks during the event will keep everyone safe. They also say participants won't see any big changes. But certain events normally held indoors will be scaled down or moved outside Fulton County will also be in attendance, giving vaccinations and providing covid testing last week. October is larger Atlanta Pride made the decision to cancel their event due to the recent surge in Covid 19 cases. I'm Rosie Rivera. An Italian government official is forced to resign after proposing a park be named after a fame fascist. ABC is Megan Williams has more now from Rome. Italy's deputy economy minister, Claudio Do Regan wanted to park in his hometown to be named after the fascist brother of former dictator Benito Mussolini. The right wing Duigan says the proposal was merely to pay tribute to what he called the great work by Mussolini in eradicating malaria in the area. But the proposal sparked outrage in Italy and accusations by politicians of different stripes that the country's strengthening far right is trying to whitewash the memory of the repressive fascist regime of last century. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on KOMO News here. Como Propel Insurance Money Update Now with ART Sanders a winning week on Wall Street stocks rose with the S and P. 500 NASDAQ closing at.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Law enforcement capacity is a key U. S priority was before the assassination of a few days ago continues to be sake says the US remains engaged with international partners to support the Haitian people. California wildfire is expanding quickly north of Lake Tahoe. The backward complex fire has caused evacuations near the town of Beckworth and is putting Eric campgrounds in danger. It was a busy day for President Biden. First, he tells the head of Social Security too well retire early, firing Commissioner Andrew Saul after refusing a request to resign. Then the president signs an executive order to promote competition in the American economy by preventing employers from collaborating to suppress wages or reduce benefits. The order also makes it harder for companies to enforce non compete clauses. Stocks hit hard by Thursday's selloff were big winners yesterday in a bounce back on Wall Street. All three major indices closed at record highs as all three were up about 1% or more. I'm Bill Trapero. The CDC is putting out new guidelines on masks in schools, saying vaccinated students don't have to cover up this fall. Sara Lee Kessler has the details. Kids who are fully vaccinated against Covid 19 won't have to wear masks unless they're riding the school bus. So we're talking about kids, 12 and up for whom the fighters shot has been approved. But unvaccinated students and teachers will have to wear masks at all times. The CDC also advises. Unvaccinated Children to maintain three FT of distance in classrooms. This is not mandatory schools and districts can set their own policies. Georgia police say an arrest has been made in the triple murder involving a golf pro. Sarah Bartlett has the story. Cobb County Police have arrested 23 year old Brian Anthony wrote in on three counts of murder in connection to the killings of golf, pro Jean Sylar and two other men. On July 3rd. Sylar was found shot in the head on the 10th Hole of the tennis All golf course. The bodies of the two men were found in a nearby pickup truck. Police have not released a motive but say they believe seller was murdered because he was a witness to a crime scene. I'm Sarah Bartlett, a five year old Virginia boy has made the discovery of a lifetime, Xander Buck was certain. King for shark teeth in North Myrtle Beach with his father when he discovered what appears to be a Megalodon tooth Megalodon was an extinct species of shark that roamed the seas 2.5 million years ago, the boys Montel's Wtvr that she posted a picture of the tooth to a fossil tooth group on Facebook. Has received hundreds of comments from people confirming it's a Meg, the avid shark tooth Hunter says he hopes to turn the large find into a necklace. I'm Rosie Rivera and get ready to set.
Gunman shoots two Salt Lake County deputies outside sheriff's office
"News Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, Utah deputies shot today just outside the county Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Rosie Rivera encountered an individual just done. The grassy island north of the parking lot of the sheriff's office buildings, says the man had a gun and shot the deputies once critical, the other in stable condition. The alleged gunman is dead. No word yet how he died,
"rosie rivera" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"FM W M A L. A cumulus stations news Now law enforcement officers shot in two states. I've joked Hero Fox News to Salt Lake County, Utah. Sheriff's deputies are hospitalized after they were shot in the face. Outside department headquarters. Fox's Jeff Paul reports the suspect was shot and killed. What remains unclear is what led to the shooting or what possible motive was for the incident share for very eas hoping and praying that her deputies will be OK. Calling the environment for law enforcement. Extremely dangerous right now share of Rosie Rivera says one officers and stable condition. The other who was shot in the eye is critical. And Iowa State trooper was shot and killed last night after a five hour standoff with the suspect following a traffic stuff that suspect is hospitalized in critical condition. The victim identified a sergeant Jim Smith, a 27 year veteran of the Iowa State Patrol. Los Angeles Police are looking for a 30 year old woman who is a person of interest in a stabbing of three toddlers and the receipt, a neighborhood One person is dead and three others critically injured following a shooting at a convenience store in the southern Missouri town of Causton on the suspect is under arrest. Prince Charles speaking publicly about the death of his father, Prince Philip, who passed away Friday at the age of 99, My father exposed the last 70 years is given the mists remarkable, devoted service. A private funeral will be held next Saturday at ST George's Child. Full at Windsor. A.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on X96
"Rosie Rivera is on the phone Salt Lake County sheriff how are you sure for Vera we're doing well good morning warning this cell hold pandemic this whole quarantine this whatever you wanna call it is presented I would imagine some interesting challenges for the for the Salt Lake County sheriff's force can you tell us a little bit about that sure it has created many many challenges for us but we've been able to change the way that we operate to ensure that we're keeping everybody safe we've had cases in our jail that we were able to quarantine everyone very quickly as you know a jail has a very vulnerable population inside so we took swift action and we do not have any prisoners with cold with nineteen in our jail today we've also been working isolation fight where there are cold cases and we do security there that is our public safety bureau in our unified school department has had to deal with the public as far as law enforcement side goes so responding differently to call social distancing when you go on a call and we have seen an increase in some cases go up an increase in some cases that have gone down domestic violence cases I would assume of gone up in the county yes they have man you know as of last week we had a very tragic a domestic violence case turned into a murder suicide so yeah that he's gonna however traffic is gone down you know more pal or staying home hi shoplifting cases things like that have gone down I simply because there's no stores but we're also open nothing nickel go stealing again now we are back to back fill those domestic violence cases share of I would do you have any advice for people who are in those kind of situations I mean I was thinking maybe you should if you could secretly put together a go bag and then you know when you I'm going to the store honey you know just kind of go to the store and don't come I don't know if you have any advice well good bye I would give it everyone has to have patience with each each other because when you're all stuck at home it that's when tensions start up and yeah gold badges good one thing that we're finding is some people are not able to report because they are stuck in a home where as you know an offender somebody who's who they're afraid of so we do ask to try to get away and call if you can and you know there's a problem that you're having some part time there's no place for them to go so they need to fill out there's lots of advocates domestic violence advocates out there they can call and we will help them find a place think they're probably people that think wall were in quarantine so I can't call the police if I'm having trouble with this absolutely you want them to call right yes we encourage you to call let us help you solve the problem and before it gets you know tragic and we we really want to send that message that police report or if you know anyone that is going through domestic violence Colin record and we will respond and we will help them so we have county wide we've had county wide restrictions if they've been loosened a little bit now but countywide restrictions on public gatherings parks have been closed things like that if and when that started happening there were a lot of people who were were very annoyed about the fact that law enforcement was going to have too much control and law enforcement was gonna start ticketing people and putting them in jail for getting together and talking with each other and you know is going to be martial law you you you must write a deal with that that the people who who do express that feeling to you but as far as I know no one's really been arrested or ticketed for social gathering stuff what have you handled all of that well the way that we handle that is through education and communication and you know we've done that a lot in law enforcement with our community policing around and so it was very easy to go out communicate and educate them on the public health border we've talked about on our Facebook pages or Twitter our website and really what it is is we're just getting people to understand why and we have not written any citations so I know there was a lot of concerns but that is not what we were out there for we're just trying to abide by a public health worker but at the same time keep everybody safe I guess it you must have at some point had the the your should the deputies that you have working for you the law enforcement officers must have had at some point though to say look folks you're all going to have to go home you can't be doing this right we haven't been in that situation react yeah the only time that we have actually had to enforce with somebody that was that in isolation fight that we knew was positive and they wanted to leave that anywhere you know the courts get involved and then we have to handle it a little bit different because that does create a public health problem yes we know somebody is positive and going out into the community so we handle both a little bit different but for general population and community we really haven't had any issues that's great Zurcher of Rosie Rivera Salt Lake County sheriff what steps have you had to take to make sure that your officers are safer and protected from because you have to interact with the public a lot what steps have you taken for that well we've made sure that they all have the protective gear on them in their vehicles or when they come to work in the jail we've checked temperatures to ensure that our employees are coming in with her about what you know in the jail we get have employees who who have been positive as well and we just make sure they don't come to work and they are isolating in quarantine and you know we're hoping that this whole cold with nineteen thing passes so we can get back to normal business but it has really really changed the way law enforcement has to operate on a daily basis everything okay with you and your family I've been very very fortunate but you know my family is very healthy and you know I'm working old kind of ours but I do know my grandkids this may but other than that at the very growers grow more share of sure maybe that's all it's I mean it's just kind of all of your somebody's grandma injure the sheriff it's cool it's not all good schools schools yeah well it is different you know there's not that many things hello sheriffs in the whole country yeah yeah it's a little bit different but my grandkids they've been brought up with you know with me being at once for myself it's nothing to them I'm nobody special and I get grandma how long have you did you start out in the Salt Lake County sheriff's with you start your career there I actually worked a year at weaver state colleges the police officer and then I came to Salt Lake County sheriff's office and how many M. in twenty seven years ago what's remarkable that's great I don't think we've ever had a chance actually chat with you some perhaps we'll be able to do it face to face at some point I hope a sheriff Rosie Rivera Salt Lake County sheriff thanks for talking with us thank you and be safe out there thank you we will thank you sheriff we.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That go into your home again the number to reach me eight three three to ask dean you are home with dean sharp the house was for Rosie Rivera has the news another horse has been put down at Santa Anita racetrack it happened in the eighth and final race of the breeders Cup classic yesterday on goalie and groom it was injured Mongolian grins leg was injured and he was euthanized at the track the thirty seven horse to die at the park since last December the man has been killed on the measure a line in LA the metro a line just re opened yesterday the train hit the pedestrian it near gauge Avenue three motorcycle riders have been shot in cars and the writers were on the one ten freeway near the four oh five just after two o'clock this morning when they were shot unclear if the shooter was in a car or just shooting at the freeway astronauts are getting ready to bake in space the space version of the easy bake oven is on its way to the international space station the NASA launch of Northrop Grumman's resupply capsule Saturday includes the zero G. oven and electric ovens specially made for zero gravity the next milestone as assigned by a New York couple it's part of NASA's experiments to make food in space not just warm up edibles A. B. C.'s Michelle Franzen says the cookies can only be bank to one at a time early because they're baked in zero gravity they'll come out looking more like a blob than a cookie watch out for a closure in Carson on the one ten south outside at that ninety one connector though for right leads are close now we are getting word it's from a crash but we are not too certain add the backup is looks like it's from Rosecrans if you have an update give us call on our to find eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three also in Kerr said one ten both the north and southbound side of the four oh five is closed that transition road is closed up here on the ninety one was you can get off on Broadway get back on Redondo Beach to get on the four oh five and their palm they'll still working on this problem on the fourteenth south just after Rancho Vista it looks like there's a crash in the left lane they're trying to move it over to the shoulder that's got to backed up from tenth street KFI this guy helps get you there faster I'm.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I. R. radio. search for the last victim suspended I'm Rosie Rivera live from the K. five twenty four hour news room the search is being delayed for the last victim of the California dive boat fire at the National Weather Service predicts heavy winds today which lead or lead to the decision to keep the recovery team out of the water fire broke out on the dive boat conception near Santa Cruz island on Labor Day investigators believe most of the thirty four victims died from smoke inhalation the winds are expected to diminish by Tuesday when the search for the remains of the final on recovered victims will resume news brought to you by the kitchen store a supermarket strike isn't going to happen union officials say southern California grocery workers have reached a tentative deal workers will vote on the deal tomorrow. I got from Dallas has been arrested for attacking wall street's famous charging bull photo showed the statue had cut to the base of one of its horns after cabin bar look of Dallas Texas one on the attack around noon yesterday no word why maybe bad investments have him seeing red the weapon of choice is known in seems especially odd police say the man is forty two took the beating the ball statue with a banjo the ball is a symbol of American financial resilience half of the stock market crash of nineteen eighty seven battles have struck before splashing it with blue paint in two thousand eight and again in twenty seventeen Michael sacrae KFI news secretary of state Mike Pompeii says he sees nothing wrong with president trump's inviting of a Taliban representative to camp David we've been having conversation the president believe that we can further that that we could for further America's national interest by having conversations with the people have the capacity to actually delivered and Pompeii says the meeting which was canceled was talk to talk about peace he says the trump administration has an obligation to do everything it can. says he fully supported the idea and the direction the administration is taken in regard to Afghanistan dropouts last night he had canceled a secret meeting with leaders of the Taliban and Afghanistan's president at camp David after the Taliban leadership claimed credit for a deadly bombing in Kabul. a boat is caught fire off the coast of Georgia the Coast Guard says four crew members on the boat are missing the golden ray cargo ship had twenty three crew members and one pilot on board. the nine eleven day of service is coming up on Wednesday September eleventh nine eleven day of services David Payne says nine eleven is the nation's largest annual.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Make sure to spend quality time together you know people listening in southern California are totally like oh yeah like why moved to Cleveland I love Cleveland don't get me wrong the winters are brutal exactly so the plans for the future I mean if a relationship is an exchange of care and I often say that we need the most care during the childbearing years and then later as our bodies start to fail us do you plan to move into a retirement home together what's the plan you know what we need to tell you the truth we haven't brought it up because I think we're both afraid to face the inevitable he's ten years older than I am so I feel that eventually I will be moving to Cleveland to care for him which I will do gladly but until that time comes we're just not even bring up the subject I'm sure it's total avoidance but it's just the way it is right and you're enjoying each other well think about if if there's somebody out there who is kind of like well that's not a real marriage and they're not doing the work but it's a trend and it's happening in the Wall Street journal is writing about this trend it's a big one what do you say to those people whatever works for you this works for me all of my girlfriends think it's the greatest thing ever all of my husband's male friends thank you for crazy what how could you have a white before away and my friends are like you go girl yeah because men benefit more from the care of marriage exacting women do women for marriage women's more work is more work for women I agree totally totally great so if it's your choice it's your choice if you choose to live together that's fine you know I can't the older I get the less I judge exactly I am blessed judge there is no one right way to be a human being also thank you so much for sharing your story and I know you're with my honor a young baby today go get some dopamine hold that baby I have interesting for hours so wonderful well I hope to see you soon I love you have lunch with an honor to be ahead of the show all right take care bye okay honey when we come back I want to talk about our mental health and I want to talk about how it's become so medical lies that we're forgetting all the psycho social pieces you are listening to the doctor when he will show on KFI am six forty Rosie Rivera has the news for.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Contaminated pool water with crypto sporty says causes profuse watery diarrhea the CDC says between two thousand nine and twenty seventeen there were four hundred forty four crypto outbreaks in forty states and Porter Rico effects of the parasite can be worse for children and pregnant women and those with lowered immune systems Rosie Rivera K. a finding yes prices in California going up starting tomorrow when you state gas tax will raise pricing by more than five cents a gallon a law passed in twenty seventeen make the tax raise money for highways freeways and bridge repairs taxes will now be about fifty cents per gallon your continued use viewers are wild about the women's World Cup the numbers prove it the US women's national soccer teams two to one win over host France at a new record it was the most watched women's World Cup quarterfinal on U. S. English language television box drew more and six million viewers for the match Friday and peaked at over eight million viewers the match was also the most streamed women's World Cup game ever the U. S. women the defending world champs take on England in a semifinal match Tuesday Michael separate KFI news flyaway nonstop bus service between LA X. in Westwood will and today because a bit of a decline in ridership the final trip from LAX to Westwood will happen around eight PM between April twenty eighteen in March of this year Ellie axis fly away served nearly two million passengers with the van Nuys route utilized by more than one million passengers Russian Culver city on the four oh five that's on the northbound side at Howard Hughes parkway a motorcycle crash is blocking the left lane your drive stacking up from lot T. Hera if you're headed to release a park on the southbound side of the five just before the Glendale freeway of crashes a big rig crashed is blocking the right lane that's got you backed up from Los felis their Westminster four five north outside after Westminster Avenue a stalled car taken away the right lane you're seeing delays for beach add if you're headed their Woodland Hills this is on the way to a north outside before can't get Avenue a stalled car blocking the left lane traffic flow from days Soto can't buy the sky helps get you there faster action.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Don't know. Is it is it Jesus. Or is it a Elizabeth Espinosa? I'm not sure which one here's the thing. I came in and other than the chairs being completely like why were the chairs where they were nothing was in near the microphone anywhere. But all right. So we started off there's a bottle of smartwater here. All right. Good smartwater half empty, but fine next to it. A half drunk bottle of Kombucha. So now, we're thinking all right. Somebody's really getting on board the health train. Right. But guess what I found under the desk. Three. Nhs. That's probably from Conway L. That's gross. Was not Conway anway wasn't here. Sunday morning. I know but Conway with we were here yesterday morning there were no fun. Right. Okay. Rossio right, funding's Cambodia and functions. Okay. They're trying. They're starting or I'm just saying it's either Elizabeth or Jesus I'm not putting it past either one of them to enjoy a funding. But I'm thinking Elizabeth is who leaves them laying around. Why Jesus didn't clean the funds up to holy for that? That's on him. Okay. She we should have our show. Now, let's do that. Let's get onto transforming your ordinary house into an extraordinary home. And you know, our going to do that today. We're gonna talk about something that is really opinion. Polarizing I've been saying this around the station all week people have asked me. Hey, what's what's the what's show on Sunday? I'm like wallpaper in the really, in fact, Bella DHS, did this to me Bella in Morgan the other day, I ran into them, and is like what the show on Sunday, and I'm like wallpaper, and she's like really is that even a thing is that still a thing. And I'm like, yeah. Not only is it a thing. But your generation is the one who's bringing it back. Right. Thank god. See we're doing something. Good. You are something constructive and in in seriously doing it. Right. So here's the deal with wallpaper wallpaper. I appeared you know, I was. Going to give you history lesson. It first appeared in the modern sense in the sixteenth century, you know, three or four centuries after we started some serious papermaking and printing along the way, right, and it showed up in the form of black and white hand blocked prints kind of stencils, innocence or stamps to put it better. The guild of paper hangers. I established itself in France in fifteen ninety nine and then it's gone through all sorts of changes through the years now, relative to us those of us living here in the early part of the twenty-first century. Most of us have including me have a visceral kind of gut reaction to wallpaper. That's like, no, thank you. But this is why I'm putting on my designer hat for you today. And I'm not necessarily trying to make you a convert. It's not like I want everybody to run out and and cover their house in wallpaper. But I do wanna open your mind to it again and to be more accurate. We're really not talking about wallpaper as we are talking about wall coverings that is a more accurate specific phrase because it's not just about paper anymore. It's not that simple but wallpaper as general theme is ready for its next act. It is incredibly opinion, polarizing, but it is it's a it's a really effective paint alternative. K now it has for the better part of my lifestyle. My lifestyle. My lifetime been a lifestyle. Taboo, right. We got rid of it. Most of our experienced probably most of your experience has been not adding wallpaper to your house, but tearing it out wallpaper removal, but now thanks to some seriously, ultra stylish prints. There are now dimensional fabrics out there. There are all sorts of. New materials that make it easy to install. And. Yeah, also easy to remove. So finally for the first time in human history wallpaper wall coverings are being specifically designed to not only go up easier than ever but go up and stay up knowing that the day's going to come when they're gonna come back down. And so they are being designed to go up smoothly and to come down easily. And so that right there should alleviate at least half of your fear about wallpaper. We'll get into the other half. Which is you know, is it gauche is it ugly is too much is dated all of that kind of stuff. But I'll tell you why wall coverings as a whole or coming back number one wall coverings really well chosen wall covering brings more drama to a wall than paint. Ever could of their could okay. More detail more drama, more depth more texture than paint. And we have now come to the end of several decades of just going pretty much bare wall paint just paint just beige. And then we went through that was the, you know, the seventies and eighties Bauge, and then we moved into the nineties and the early ought to thousands. And it was kind of grays and blues and neutrals. But it was just what it was. And then we have crossed over into a time where millennials are now buying houses and owning houses and living under their own roofs. Whether they're renting or otherwise. And they want to bring something to, but they have a a minimalist general attitude as a whole not every millennialism analyst. But it it's one of those characterizations of an entire generation less stuff. And yet they're looking for more texture. More texture more color away of having something more interesting in a room without having more stuff in the room. Think about that. And that is where wall coverings come into play, especially if you're a renter. Removable wall coverings come into play because you can make where you live your home without having to screw up your security deposit when the time comes for you to move on. So anyway, lots of stuff about wallpaper to talk about putting it on taking it off all of the different options. And we're gonna talk about as much as we can today, including your calls the number to call me. Eight three three to ask dean eight three three the number two Azzedine. Call me about anything you want. Call me about mothers day mothers get first priority today. So if you're listening and your family hasn't drug you out of the house yet to do whatever you're going to do for mom's day today. You get to cut to the front of the queue fast pass for mothers today. Eight three three to ask dean. I'm so glad you joined this morning. Hang tight. We're just getting started. Rosie Rivera has the new. Lipton star of the groundbreaking late nineteen sixties TV show. 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"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Orange County radio station. The shooter. I'm Rosie Rivera live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Authorities are identifying a man suspected of murder who was involved in a high speed police chase near LA Dylan Andress Lindsey of Torrance was shot at least once in the chest and suffered an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound to the head during Friday's chase. Which ended in a shootout with orgies Vernon the driver of the suspect vehicle. Alison hearts of Redondo beach has been charged with tempted murder of a police officer and felony. Avoiding Lindsay is a suspect in the shooting death of an employee during a robbery at a downy liquor store last Tuesday. A man has been charged two months after a woman with attacked raped and kidnapped in north Hollywood. The LA county DA's office has charged a twenty six year old for the attack in a parking garage, March eighth police say Ellen Villarreal who was arrested Thursday attack. The woman as she walked car knocked her unconscious raped her then kidnapped her by driving away in her car with her still inside police did not say how she was able to get away. If convicted Villarreal could get life in prison. Amy king KFI news soup. Police officers have been shot during a traffic stop in Georgia. One of those officers was killed this happened last night. When the officers were following up on a robbery call they pulled over a car when they approached it. The guy inside started shooting vice-president Pence says freedom of religion is under assault. No-one should ever fear for their safety in a place of worship and these attacks on people of faith must stop Penn spoke at the commencement ceremony. At liberty university in Lynchburg Virginia yesterday. Pennsylvania graduates to be prepared to be ridiculed for their Christian views an American tourist was among those freed and a deadly hostage. Rescue by the French military and Ben in Africa, US intelligence had been assisting in the operation, retired marine. Colonel Steve Gandhi says this rescue took a while because the kidnappers were moving the hostages across the desert in very very remote areas. The intelligence was very poor. They came upon the encampment and then storm the tent where the hostages were being held and two French out. Soldiers were also killed another person rescued who officials weren't even looking for is Korean American woman from southern California was taken hostage and rescued in Uganda. Just a few weeks ago watch out for a crash in south gate on the seven ten scrutiny on the southbound side at imperial highway. This crash is still flocking the center lane right now. Stop and go from Firestone boulevard look out on these ten south on at Florence stalled out down there. This is blocking the mid. Lane. And it looks like we have a crash working on the one. Oh, five eastbound this six zero five looks like that's blocking the right lane. There waiting on a tow truck KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Jonathan Weiss. Your forecast next. Did you know the Senate L offers master's degrees into the gets it can be completed entirely online programs include intelligence, leadership business.
"rosie rivera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Or check them out on the web at son Lux dot com. CS L B one zero zero eight three seven four. So Cal weather from KFI partly cloudy this morning, highs in the mid sixties to round seventy at the beaches, mid seventy s inland. It's going to be mostly clear. Tonight's with lows in the mid fifties. Low clouds and fog four tomorrow morning ties in the mid sixties to lower seventies. And it's going to be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers for Tuesday morning, expect then in the mid sixties to around seventy right now, it is sixty one degrees in Lisa VA hope Fifty-nine in Dana point fifty nine in Long Beach and sixty one in Burbank. We lead local from the KFI twenty four newsroom. Twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Rosie Rivera. You are listening to home on KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. I'm dean sharp the house whisper. You live in a track house. Probably you probably live in attract house, you know, after World War Two millions upon millions of people bought tract houses. Little cookie cutter castles that gave birth to the suburban of middle class America. But tract homes are a mixed.
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"Surfaces for your home. Specifically today I've been sharing with you. Some things about men made alternatives to natural stone and traditional ceramic and porcelain tiles, started out by talking about solid surface materials like Korean an avenue. Then we just talked about engineered stone commonly known as courts, which is dominating the market right now dominating the market things like Caesar stone and pen tall and Cambridge in sil- stone and the list goes on and on. Now, I want to talk to you about the newest addition that is coming on strong centered. Porcelain centered S, I N T E R E D, sinter porcelain or centered stone. So what have we talked about thus far as far as getting a sense of how these things are made solid surface materials like Corean thirty three percent resin sixty six percent other natural materials. Okay. Then engineered stone a major step forward. Five percent resin ninety five percent crystalline particles of natural stone like quartz or marble and glass and things like that. Now, sinter porcelain. Zero resins none no glues. No resins. Nothing to dull the appearance what so ever. Centered porcelain is manufactured in two thousand degree Fahrenheit temperatures under incredibly high pressure. Do you know what that is doing that is essentially a manufacturing process that replicates the formation of Ignace rocks? The hardest natural stones in fact, centered porcelain stone harder than granite harder than quartz site. No Perot city. Zero city completely smooth nothing penetrates no ceiling necessary. Okay. Easy to clean because there are no pores. No bacteria can get down into the into the crevices to grow where you're cleaning products. Can't reach them guy. Very hard a little bit brittle, but very very hard. And because it has such a manufacturer with such intense pressures. It has virtually no water absorption, and you know, what that means unlike engineered stone, which absorbs a certain amount of water centered. Porcelain stone can be installed inside the house or outside the house. It can be installed on your deck outside. It can be stalled installed on the outside kitchen countertops because it will not fracture or freeze with water inside it. It causing it to break apart centered. Porcelain works in side, the house and outside the house and also it's got some pretty amazing properties as far as how large can get and how thin it can get. That's what we're going to talk about next. I gotta go for a break. We're gonna come right back and run tell you about the latest and the greatest, and then we're going to do a side by side comparison of all three of these categories of stone. You can really get a sense of the ones that are going to play best to your project. So when you go out there shopping these endless brands and all of the confusing rhetoric basically were narrowing it down to three families and the properties of each. So you know, what to do next that makes sense good? All right. You're listening to home with dean sharp, the house whisper. Rosie Rivera has the news. And police in Hawthorne are investigating a shooting near rosecrans.
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"Nine eight hundred three three four five zero zero nine or go to light. Source water dot com. Socal weather from KFI. Highs around seventy at the coast around eighty inland up to the mid eighty eighties for the valleys, and the I e expect lows tonight in the mid fifties. To lower sixties will be warmer tomorrow. Highs in the lower seventies at the coast lower to mid eighties inland up to lower nineties for the valleys and the inland empire. Then a cool down starting Tuesday. Expect is then in the upper sixties to mid seventies right now. It is sixty seven degrees in brea sixty five in chino hills. Fifty seven in Culver city and sixty six degrees in Santa Monica. We lead local from KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Rosie Rivera. Well, hot and have a pumpkin chocolate. Can't you taste them? Please me more. Then may come. Short the house whispered here to help you unlock the power of story in your home. What does that mean means this architecture? My friends is two things. Shelter and story shelter is everything that makes your home practical. It keeps the rain out. It keeps the snow out keeps you warm when it's cold keeps you cool when it's hot. But the story that your home tells that is what makes your home.
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"EDU slash DT. LA? This is press play I'm Madeline brand. Well, they are not called the boy scouts of America anymore. They are now the boy scouts B S A. And that's because as of last month girls are now allowed in. Well, not everyone is happy about that. Namely, the girls the girl scouts. They have filed a lawsuit against the boy scouts accusing them of essentially poaching their membership Derrick Norman reported on this for the New York Times. He's here now. Hey, how are you? I'm great. Thanks. Well, okay. So explain this to me the girl scouts are mad that the boy scouts are allowing girls in. I thought this organization is all about female, empowerment and equality. Right. Right. They are. So I had spoken to a Representative from the girl scouts about this lawsuit. Specifically, and what they told me is that they're not necessarily upset the the boy scouts who are low in girls into their ranks. The concern is that it's parents are unknowingly steering their children to the boy scouts, and it's kind of taking business away from them, but they can call themselves the boy scouts if there are girls in their rates. So they have to call themselves scouts. They right. It would only make sense. So so they they rebranded. It's a scout. BSA so BSA still stands for boy scouts of America. One aspect of the lawsuit is that taking away the word boy removes the gender context. And that's what's causing confusion to the public. If that makes sense. Yeah. Well, is it causing confusion to the public? Do the girls unknowingly joined the scouts of America BSA thinking, they're joining the girl scouts. I don't know if they're speculating that that's what could happen potentially. But the lawsuit mentions a few instances where you know, like a recruitment table would be set up out of middle school, and it would just say scouts and girls were welcomed. So, you know, the girls go up and sign sign up unknowingly. Okay. So beyond that. So it's just basically a trademark dispute, but I guess beyond that there are concerns on the part of both organizations. I understand that fewer young people are joining either one, and they need to bolster the ranks. Right. Right. Right. The boy scouts membership has kind of been declining slowly over the past five years the at their peak. They had about five million members and about two point three million in two thousand fifteen now they're down to about two point two as of two thousand seventeen. So I mean, it would make sense for the boy scouts to use this to kind of increase membership. Well, why did they decide to allow girls in? They say the it came after years of family members asking if if they can make this change in membership one mother that I spoke with has I think two sons in the boy scouts and a younger daughter. So for years, the younger daughter would be tagging along to Oliver brothers scout meetings and jealous of what they were doing and wanting to do it, and, you know, things at the girl scouts may not necessarily do learning how to properly use knives or go fishing or start fires. And also, you know that same mother told me that it's much easier when she only has to drop their kids off at one meeting place. So the boy scouts told me that they've been hearing that from troops all over the country. And it just you know, that was their initial reason behind their announcement to to change membership. Well, so they do have really different curricula right for that's the word from what I understand. And so like, you said the boys do this sort of traditional stuff that go camping and learn how to start a fire and all that mcgurk. Yeah. Yeah. And we're and work on leadership activities, and they are totally different things. Like, I don't think the girls have to go camping by themselves. Right. I mean, the outdoorsy stuff like there is with the boy scouts. Yeah. Like, the fishing and wiggling with knives. So there there are a lot of girls who are those kinds of activities. And especially I mean, every girl that I've talked to us had older brothers that do it. So they see it and want to do it in one case one one little girl that I spoke with had joined the girl scouts and was kind of she liked it. She had no problem with the girl scouts in what they do in their mission. But what you really wanted to do was learn how to fish, well, so one of the girl scouts do that. Why don't they also teach these outdoorsy things and one of the boys sell cookies? Boys. Like, yeah. Of course, I like cookies. Maybe in time that will that will change. And that's exactly what will happen. But when I did when I spoke to the girl scout Representative they he specifically told me that that as of right now, they were not going to change their operation in any way to kind of align with their competitors. So they don't believe that Bill need to start recruiting boys. So the competitors you for reporting this out, I've attended one of the girls go meetings in Staten Island in got to see it firsthand. And it seems like all the girls. You were they were eager to learn. They were happy to be there. And it seems like it was pretty well received within the boy scouts, and there was certain backlash within the boy scouts itself where some older scout leaders from different sections of the city that I couldn't quote in my article because they they didn't want to go on the record. But they were not happy with it. So that is an opinion that that is out there that I didn't get to expand on the adults happy about it or the boys a both both and a scout leader who said his sons didn't like the idea, and then one mother in queens, didn't like the idea, you know, it wasn't anything bad necessarily. They just they saw more as an institution where the gender division can promote growth in certain areas. One of told me that having girls in these activities would just distract the boys from what they're doing. You know, what I mean like they wanted like that that time away from girls and time away from I guess. Distraction essentially we've heard that. Right. That was his exact argument. I mean with that. But for the most part it was very well received. And are they totally integrated or do they are they in separate groups within the they're they're not the girls, there are all girl troops and all boy, truce whistle boy scouts or within the scouts, PSA, whatever. Yeah. Within the scouts BSA in. And I and I believe at this point is going to remain like that. So for example, on Staten Island, the troop that I visited there was the troupe was to twenty two of Staten Island. So there's boy's troop to twenty two girls troupe to twenty two well, doesn't this defeat the whole purpose that they're supposed to be integrated? Right. But the activities they're doing the same activities. I see. But why can't they do when I was there? The girls were learning first aid and wiggling would like learning how to properly use a nice. So they were and I think the boys had just learned that. So they're keeping them gender separate within the boy scouts and everyone's okay with that. Yeah. Yeah. Who knows if that will change down the line? Derek Norman reporter for the New York Times. Thank you so much. Thank you so much metal. And I appreciate it. Coming up in the nineteen fifties. Leo fender. And les Paul were rivals both developing different versions of the electric guitar guitar. Still dominate the Roxanne was Paul gets really thick and median kind of has this really wonderful over driven distortion sound thunders. Bright clear a little bit twenty the birth of the electric guitar next press plan. It's one thirty one. I'm Rosie Rivera with this news update from KCRW Segel's won't they won't be the only thing flying over the Long Beach waterfront if some city officials and business leaders get their way, they want to study the feasibility of an aerial tramway between downtown Long Beach, and the city's tourism hub, yours KCRW's Daryl sets men with more the idea of a tramway or gondola that connects downtown with nearby attractions like the aquarium of the Pacific and the Queen Mary has long been a dream of some in the Long Beach business community. Now, the notion is gaining traction on the city council where vote is scheduled next week on whether to conduct an official steady of the idea. The study would look at things like ridership environmental impacts pricing and potential stops. According to the Long Beach press telegram, backers say they could be ready to start construction in about two years and finish ahead of the twenty two thousand eight Olympics. When Long Beach is due to host several events. Supporters say the tramway would be. Viable transportation system for a Long Beach as well as tourist attraction. Authorities are asking for the public's help and identifying a young girl believed to be between the ages of eight and thirteen years old whose body was found partially inside a large duffel bag near an equestrian trail in the hacienda heights area. The LA city LA county sheriff's department released a composite sketch of the girl was block about four feet five inches tall and fifty five pounds. She was wearing a pink long sleeve top. With the words future, Princess hero and gray pants with pandas on them. When her body was found anyone with information on the case is urged to call the sheriff's homicide bureau at three two.
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"KFI. There is a flash flood watch for the Bern areas in effect through this morning, showers and scattered thunderstorms. Lows in the lower to mid fifties. Those showers and thunderstorms continue on through throughout the day. Highs in the sixties there's a fifty percent chance of rain for your Thursday and Friday sunny by Saturday right now, it is fifty seven and Fullerton fifty-six in Irvine fifty six and light rain reported in Culver city and fifty four in Pasadena. We lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Rosie Rivera. You're listening to coast to coast AM with George Noory up next some incredible stories of forbidden knowledge, Dr Frank Albo joins us, and we'll be back with him in a moment on coast to coast AM. Army wicked weather can leave you without power communication for.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly later today. The house is expected to pass a resolution opposing President Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the southern border NPR. Susan Davis reports the resolution would block President Trump's national emergency declaration from going into effect. It has two hundred and twenty-five co-sponsors. So it already has the votes it needs to pass the house. However, it's unlikely to get a veto proof margin required to get around President Trump, which is why Democrats say they plan to challenge it in the court is well the president's declaration seeks to free up more money for construction of a wall along the US Mexico border. Wisconsin's democratic governor is withdrawing the state's one hundred plus national guard troops from the US Mexico border. Shawn Johnson with Wisconsin public radio reports. Governor Tony is reversing a decision by former Republican governor Scott Walker. Walker sent Wisconsin's national guard troops to Arizona in June amid calls by President Donald Trump to. Bolster border security. He says there's not enough evidence to support the president's contention of a national security crisis. You were says he could not support keeping servicemen and women away from their families without a clear need or purpose that would actively benefit the state of Wisconsin or the nation. There are one hundred twelve Wisconsin national guard members serving along the southwest border. The governor's order directs the state's adjutant general to promptly withdraw them for NPR news. I'm Shawn Johnson in Madison. This is NPR news from Washington, and this is KCRW news. I'm Rosie Rivera taking a look at some of the stories making news around the state. It's six thirty one city and county leaders have gathered at the California African American museum in exposition park. The highlight a glaring racial disparity among L A's homelessness or homeless black people make up only nine percent of the county's total population. But more than thirty percent of its announced population population..
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"I heart radio station. On the hunt. I'm Rosie Rivera live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Police are searching for the shooter or shooters who killed three people and injured four others during a fight at a bowling alley in Torrance. Whoever did this, please please turn us up. Angeline Hubbard says her son was one of the three men killed and she says, she doesn't know what to say to her five year old grandson. Hubbard and relatives of the other two men killed say they believed the men died. Trying to break up the fight the shooting happened around midnight Friday Gable house bowl. Police say surveillance video will help them figure out what happened and identify a suspect. Amy, king KFI news news brought to you by Disney and Pixar is incredible too. The union representing L A USC teachers plans to meet with district officials tomorrow for a bargaining session. UTA president Alex Caputo Pearl says the union will do everything it can to try to prevent a strike Monday. I mean, frankly, if Monday, it looks like the last twenty months knocking to subject our bargaining team to just sitting in a room and being disrespected union has been pushing the school district to tap into an estimated reserve fund worth nearly two billion dollars to hire. More staff and reduce class sizes, mudslides and flooding of closed parts of Pacific Coast Highway in L A and Ventura counties rains hit much of so Cal overnights, including the fire burn areas. Callahan. Says PCH is closed between canyon road in Malibu and lost posts us road about four miles south of Oxnard. Some cars are trapped in the mud and water. Looks like a death row inmate in Nevada matters into his own hands. Authorities say forty eight year old Raymond does your wonder for two years to die. But there's executions were postponed twice. It was found dead new solo sail yesterday afternoon at a state prison in those are one of the state to carry out his execution after he was convicted of killing two cohorts in the methamphetamine trade widely in Las Vegas. The other in Phoenix is lethal injection was stalled twice over legal fight over a never before tried three drug combination prison officials plan to use apparently hanged himself in his cell. Michael pay KFI news a woman in Florida allegedly assaulted her parents when she asked them to take her to outback restaurants, and they said, no, she started punching her mom and chased her dad with a knife Palm Beach county police set up a perimeter around the home. She eventually ran out of the house telling police they should've taken me to outback and this wouldn't have happened. The woman was arrested for three different battery charges traffic.