21 Burst results for "San Bernardino Mountains"

Fire sparked by gender-reveal device killed Hotshot crew boss

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Fire sparked by gender-reveal device killed Hotshot crew boss

"Fire officials in Southern California say more than 1000 homes in the mountains north east of Los Angeles, remain threatened by the Bobcat fire. Matt Dillon with member station K. C. R W says a firefighter killed last week while working a fire in the San Bernardino Mountains has been identified. 39 year old Charlie Morton was a firefighter for practically his entire adult life. He joined the U. S Forest Service in 2006 and eventually became a squad boss for a crew of hotshots. The blaze that took his life Eldorado fire was sparked a gender reveal party. It's now burned more than 22,000 acres.

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Los Angeles - Firefighters continue to battle fires across California

Leo Laporte

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles - Firefighters continue to battle fires across California

"The latest on fires burning in the west. A fire burning in the San Bernardino Mountains near Ukip is now 41% contained. The fire has burned more than 14,000 acres. The fire burning in Fresno County is now 8% contained the fire burning in the Sierra National Forest near Shaver Lake has burned nearly 202,000 acres. Fire burning near Arcadia has burned nearly 32,000 acres. Officials began evacuating the city in the area of North Elkin Avenue and these East Santa Anita Avenue this morning.

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Smoke Advisory In Effect For Most Of Los Angeles County, Several SoCal Counties

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Smoke Advisory In Effect For Most Of Los Angeles County, Several SoCal Counties

"A smoke advisory remains in effect today for lung damaging air pollution and most of Los Angeles County and parts of Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The South Coast Air Quality Management District says that's due to smoke and ash from the 26,000 Acre bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest about Azusa in the nearly 14,000 Acre Eldorado fire. In the San Bernardino Mountains near your kippah.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"S. C. L. A. department of public health teaming up to test the anybody's one thousand randomly selected volunteers across LA county C. B. as whose Greg mills reports a pinprick and ten minutes later the result which looks very much like pregnancy test with the and you know these lines of your daily whether you R. antibody positive or negative this is just step one a baseline test to be repeated on the same thousand volunteers every two weeks organizers in the study said the goal is to figure out the number of people in the county of had the virus and it'll help provide health officials with a better idea of how it spread the mortality rate and potential immunity latest series of storms has left behind a coat of snow in the San Bernardino mountains but we'll have to enjoy it from far away because the area is close for tourism and playing in the snow we need to keep our residents and our mountain safety and bringing up a lot more people increases the possibility of the virus being transmitted sambar Dino county supervisor Janice Rutherford tells KMOX the second reason is that more lawn force was needed when visitors are in the mountains she says officials don't want to possibly expose them to the virus either Rutherford asked people not both short term rentals he says that's against the current public health guidelines alley acts feeling the impacts of the pandemic your travels hit hard your forces departing passenger traffic has dropped by ninety three to ninety four percent compared to where it was this time last year most concessions are close rental car sales are down ninety percent has all this is going on we do still have our construction projects moving forward so we are looking at these projects there are some impacts is in as a result of covert nineteen and a beta that they work interim CEO Justin are buying she says the construction workers are adopting social distancing and other safety measures terminal three has been shut down because delta is consolidating operations JetBlue and United have cut flights got some road work in mid city LA on the ten your next ravage occurs in four minutes at six eleven Hayes helpful hardware folks at least we always have been and always will be committed to our local communities because we're here to help others so in this time of need your local place remains open.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"San Bernardino mountains Julia racer with so cal Edison tells can exit crews are working as quickly as possible to fix damage lines we understand that destruction the storm because it's really inconvenient for our customers and we're working around the clock to get their power back as soon as possible to expedite this work we have brought in additional crews from other parts of our service territory the majority of the outages are related to the winter weather that we've just experience no high and strong winds so far no estimate on when all the power will be restored Caltrans warning drivers headed to the mounds to take caution over packed roads expected to last throughout the weekend drivers bring your tire chains or if you have snow tires for the snow and ice CBS two is Candace grown spoke with people in right word there are a few I owe like black eye spots kind of look like but I mean for the most part we just went slower in those okay let me write up but the traffic from down the hill was miserable tractors were out late monitoring road conditions driving to this winter Wonderland was treacherous bumper to bumper traffic near mount Baldy and a sea of red lights along Angeles crest highway it was a similar scene and Big Bear were kids frolic in fresh white powder most of the hotels and cabins are either sold out or will run you upwards of three hundred dollars for one night Caltrans also says driver should give themselves plenty of time to get where they need to go it's five thirty two right now are women is killed after the cab she was in a hit in LA fire department ambulance Ellie fire officials say the ambulance had lights and sirens on when the crash occurred this morning habit on west Jefferson.

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Big Bear, California's heaviest November snow storm in 50 years leads to road closures, power outages

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Big Bear, California's heaviest November snow storm in 50 years leads to road closures, power outages

"Southern California needed rain and snow but maybe the mountains just east of Los Angeles got too much snow on the thanksgiving system that here is ABC's Alex stone in LA it was the biggest November snow storm to hit Big Bear in over fifty years the area receiving forty eight inches of snow in the past two days now the powers out to thousands in southern California Edison can't get into many areas this man lives in the San Bernardino mountains and says it's too much snow there is no power we've had no power since seven o'clock yesterday morning it's it's only getting like roads are closed getting into the mountains and more snow is coming next

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Green what I did want to steal your thunder will have the story coming up the next fifteen minutes but first at three fifteen here here is Tim green wood with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five so Jim I you know I'm always open to you doing that so here goes the five freeway is open through the Cajon pass right through the grapevine that would be a track the five is open both directions over the grapevine the left lane is blocked both directions because that's where they stacked up the snow and ignore the freeway sign at the one twenty six on the five north bound that says the highways closed at lake use that is no longer true self grapevine is open call home pass they are running escorts and the San Bernardino mountains are still a wintry snowy place with chains required on the eighteen thirty eight one thirty eight fifty five A. end at three thirty in Anaheim five north benefit tele S. U. V. hit the center divider is now blocking the carpool lane companies found out of Anaheim hills ninety one east to Green River it's a three car crash started with somebody floating across lanes and a sig alert this is the same one we had yesterday but it's back five freeway southbound it so parkway the right lane is taken away with pothole repair after it eight a few peoples tires and is this a two ten east bound at citrus a five car injury crash working off to the right shoulder now mostly things are open and the airports of course are open and the roads near LA acts are mostly behaving next traffic report at three twenty five and ten Greenwood with more traffic sports more often que in X. ten seventeen is radius so our exclusive forecast calls for a bit of a break by the weekend tomorrow much like today partly to mostly cloudy skies about a fifty percent.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives it's three fifty five years Jeff Beck well they've had some light snow in the grapevine and for the last hour or so the CHP has been escorting vehicles through there but you're starting to see some back up making its way working its way towards Castaic so that's going to probably continue to build as the morning goes along but as of now it's not close the rate plan is not closed and the CHP is helping out there snowing in the San Bernardino mountains chains required on all the mountain roads including the eighteen thirty one thirty eight and three thirty Anaheim west by ninety one coming up the fifty five a car hit the retaining wall and is blocking the slow lane also with the hills was buy one wanted desoto a car crashed into the wall there your actual port coming up at four oh five I'm Jeff bass with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio look for a heavy rain today this morning and this afternoon it's to should taper off as we get moved through the dam thanksgiving but Raynal of in on Friday it'll be often on we'll get a break in the rain on Saturday but then the rain returns on Sunday and for all of these days it's going to be cold is going to be much colder than we're used to with temperatures in the sixties for the most part not not very warm so be careful if you gonna be outside forty five degrees right now in center Carita Vicki how you doing has the knee it's coming along Dr but still some soreness let's see you know this soon after surgery some pain is pretty normal I was hoping to get more pain killers.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"News on NewsRadio nine fifty. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm reverted just saying it on Tom, Jordan. These are the top stories on www at six twenty one Detroit homeowner is going to be okay. But now she's trying to figure out how to repair all of the damage caused by an SUV that came crashing through the front of her home overnight the house on promenade at east outer drive. The driver of the SUV was taken into custody at the same NBA reportedly considering a plan to lower the draft age from nineteen to eighteen league reportedly submitted the proposal to the National Basketball players association the union discussed during a meeting earlier this week new proposal would lower the age limit by the twenty twenty to draft the injury of Duke freshman stars I on Williamson Wednesday reignited the debate about one and done college players play college ball for a year before they're eligible for the draft. That's Anne Marie green. A winter storm has brought snow to a place. Rarely sees it southern Los Angeles reported Nicole Comstock is about an hour north east of Los Angeles. Beautiful not only did snow shower lower elevations in the San Bernardino mountains, apple valley, saw fields full of fresh powder and sparkling white rooftops. I haven't seen it for a couple of years and flurries even floated down over ice cities, like Rancho Cucamonga which hasn't seen snow in at least five years in northern Arizona schools. Government offices, airports and roads are closed for a second day at a record snowfall of more than two and a half feet. They hand out the Oscars this weekend who will win and who should win. The Hollywood reporter says for best picture they think Roma will win. They also think it should win. It would be the first non English net. Flix film to win. What's in your sunscreen? Government regulators say might not be safe CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez. Has the details on check the label on your sunscreen? The. FDA says most protective lotions and sprays have chemicals that aren't safe and manufacturers have been making false claims about better protection. For years regulators are proposing more testing research and rules. Environmental watchdog group say it will completely overhaul the sunscreen market, only two active ingredients are generally recognized as safe those are oxide and titanium oxide. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news, the Monkees were created as a made for TV rock band. And one of the members of back group has died. Peter Tork was seventy seven and was generally seen as the most musically talented of the goofy foursome crafted in the wake of the popularity of the Beatles..

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Seventy NewsRadio. Good evening. I'm Brian paying our top local stories of eleven o five officials investigate a plane crash that killed the pilot and four people on the ground. And how what will we get here in southern California? We'll find out right now. It's time for traffic together every ten minutes on the fives, who's proper BreX, we've had more spinouts and more problems. It is slick out there. So watch out. We still got showers around the area car hit the right shoulder. Wallin Encino one on eastbound Haskell. It's now facing the wrong way off to the right side of the road. In Glendale looks like that crash a lanes. One twenty eastbound before the two traffic should ease out through the area. And he got big problems in east LA sixty eastbound for Downey avenue crash of the big rig in the three left lanes overturned car involved as well. It's at the end of the Whittier on ramp. So you're basically crawling from the ten you can take the ten to the seven ten southbound or you can take the five southbound and take the seventeen northbound that'll get you back to the sixty s. As well. A couple of problems in Long Beach now seven ten northbound before del Olmo. Somebody lost a ladder in the fast lane that could be really hard to see so watch out for some real Sutton swerving through there and a car ended up over the side in the bushes. Also in Long Beach, four or five southbound for cherry CHP paramedics on the way to check it out in industry got a crash over to the shoulder sixty five northbound past the sixty and the ramp up reckon Anaheim hills of the vehicle that went over the side of the center divider of the toll road, the two forty one northbound just before the ninety one so some activity there off to the left side of the roadway. If you're heading up to the higher elevations, like the San Bernardino mountains chains are required on all the mountain roadway and even on the two in the Angeles national forest, your next report at eleven fifteen I'm Barbara Brooks have more traffic reports..

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Now, we want to show you a quick look at rain on our cameras. Here's four of them stationed around southern California. We have many more NBC four also as the most advanced live radar network in town and Fritz Coleman is tracking it in your first alert forecast Fritz light and scattered that will be the first part of the evening true. Periods of heavy rain between now and when I joined you at eleven o'clock, however, we have storm ranger for on-duty out in south west. Seamy valley keeping an eye on the Wolsey and he'll fire burn scars. Let's say look at the potential for mudslides there. If you see anything blue as we go through time in the future of the storm. That's okay. That's below a half inch of rain falling per hour. Anything above that yellow and red represent a threat for mudslides. And as we go through the whole future of this strong. We see nothing that wanders outside the blue area. Good news for the hill and Wolsey fire area. Now, we have exactly the same data, but with different colors as we look at the holy fire. Burns for anything red or yellow is a problem and that would probably be seven or eight o'clock tomorrow morning. We're going to start to see a plume of moisture coming up at a southern Orange County northeastern up through the San Bernardino mountains lasting through nine or ten o'clock in the morning and the area adjacent to the holy fire area, and maybe encroaching on the Cranston fire little later in the morning. So the holy in Cranston fire burn scars. Have a greater potential for maybe a little problem tomorrow morning one or two periods. We'll show you when this might happen on the future cast morning commute. Looks like will evolve.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the next day or show that is by tomorrow afternoon, we should be looking at it having diminished substantially, but then there is another event over the weekend, and that will likely be not quite as bad in the fire area. But we'll be bad in the San Bernardino mountains, I'm kind of concerned about outbreaks, you know, or possible fire outbreaks in those areas as well Mark, thanks for that report. We appreciate it. Okay. Guys. You Mark Thompson. Of course, you can hear them on KFI Tuesdays with Mark. And of course, Tim Conway and just to give us an update on the Santa Ana wind situation as regards particularly fire near Newbury park. If you have looked at pictures of the shooter from last night's Thousand Oaks Sabar, the borderline barring grill and his name is, Ian, David long, the one you need to look at. And I showed it to John before the show. Tells you really all you need to know about a troubled looking person a lot of the photos that have been circulated look like they're from his time in the military clean cut smiling. Take a look at his driver's license. If you haven't seen it. It's the dead. I serial killer. Look he moves his head just a little bit up his chin. He's got a little beard and mustache, but his eyes are. Yeah. It's a killer. Look it really is. I don't know how old that photo is. I mean, he's twenty eight scruffy looking. It's more current. I think than the other photos we've seen of like if you saw those is if you're walking down the street, you'd cross the street that kind of look now, it's it's it's it's fascinating. How the is can convey that kind of just just uncomfortable feeling now he was in the marines. He served between two thousand eight and twenty thirteen is a machine gunner, and he was stationed in Afghanistan from twenty ten to twenty eleven he did get some military honors. He left the enrolled at Cal State Northridge in two thousand thirteen studied athletic. Training, but apparently gave up on it. We're learning, of course, that PTSD could factor here. But you look back at some of the other stories of people knew him in high school apparently family moved from Orange County up two Thousand Oaks when he was a teen and he went to the local school Newbury park and played baseball. But they said he was really a loner and weird weird, quiet. Sad. People could not get them to talk. Now, we actually got married in two thousand nine but filed for divorce divorce jointly with his wife and may of twenty. He was a bad seed going into the military, and maybe the traumas of serving right? It sounds like he comes back and can't find his way sounds like had job doing some killing or he would have been under fire or both like he was it sounds like he's in the heat of the battle. Because when you start racking up all the combinations. He did. It means you're really an action. You were doing something serious now, and maybe that piled on top of sometimes people join the military because they think it's an answer to their life. He'll give them a purpose and will give him some some value. And then you get into real war. And that just aggravates your already fragile mental situation. Report I read is at his father may have passed away twenty years ago. He's raised by his mother is a single mother, and she was apparently terrified as behavior the last couple of years, including of course, that April police call where he was apparently acting up neighbors say he would just be violence as start kicking walls and screaming and yelling. And who knows what kind of demons? He had running around inside his head. And obviously, nobody could reach him. When we come back. We're going to talk to a man by the name of Jason Kaufman. His son, Cody was the first pretty much the first well, besides the Ventura County sheriff's sergeant heels it was one of the first identified victims of the eleven people that were shot who were patrons last night of the portal on barring grow. Johnny Ken show. KFI Jabber Mark has a fire near Thousand Oaks quickly grown to about fifteen thousand acres with the health of those Santa Ana winds NBC's Conan Nolan told John and Ken earlier. There's only so much firefighters can do until the winds dig- while there's never a good time for a fire like this. This is about the worst possible time for. City of thousand of when a one has been closed in the area angel will have more on the closure coming up in her traffic report in just a few. The news is brought to you by RV expo. The FBI has joined investigators in Ventura County trying to figure out why marine veteran shot and killed twelve people and himself at a bar in dance club in Thousand Oaks, some people have the place last night say the man toss smoke bonds, then started shooting assistant FBI director, Paul della. Corte says they don't know what the motive was at this time. The evidence response team.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Rescue four of the twelve boys trapped cave in northern thailand since june twenty third were rescued today they are all being treated at a hospital at this hour correspondent david mckenzie says the decision to begin the rescue was made because of dropping oxygen levels and the threat of monsoon rain is a major concern in the coming days at the leader superior says there could be four days of solid ran that could flood the chamber there in the boys are into just a small space of safety so there might be a window that is closing here in this desperate rescue attempt thai official says the healthiest boys were taken out first that officials says the operation is going better than expected but it could be days before all of the boys and their twenty five year old coach are taken out of the six mile long system the rescue operation has now been suspended i'm christopher cruise at least sixty four people are dead after extremely heavy rains in japan over the past few days fortyfour people are missing flooded rivers of forced four million people to flee tropical storm chris has formed early this morning it's now swirling off the coast of north carolina forecasters say it will become a hurricane tomorrow americans in parts of haiti are being told to stay indoors as violent demonstrations over a sharp increase in fuel prices continue on the island nation about one hundred americans are among those trapped in the best western hotel in the capital portauprince stacey born is a hotel guest all right now security plan did and evacuated again a forest fire that shut down a stretch of state highway in california's san bernardino mountains is growing the valley fire has.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio special report cave rescue four of the twelve boys trapped in a cave in northern thailand since june twenty third were rescued today they are all being treated at a hospital at this hour correspondent david mckenzie says the decision to begin the rescue was made because of dropping oxygen levels and the threat of monsoon rains wayne is a major concern in the coming days leadership here says it could be sleep four days of solid ran that could flood the chamber there in the boys into just a small space of safety so then might be a window that is closing here in this desperate rescue attempt thai official says the healthiest boys were taken out first official says the operation is going better than expected but it could be days before all of the boys and their twenty five year old coach are taken out of the six mile long system the rescue operation has now been suspended i'm christopher crews at least sixty four people are dead after extremely heavy rains in japan over the past few days forty four people are missing flooded rivers have forced four million people to flee tropical storm chris has formed early this morning it's now swirling off the coast of north carolina forecasters say it will become a hurricane tomorrow americans in parts of haiti are being told to stay indoors as violent demonstrations over a sharp increase in fuel prices continue on the island nation about one hundred americans are among those trapped in the best western hotel in the capital portauprince stacey born is a hotel guest situation right now permettre and evacuated meeting a forest fire that shut down a stretch of state highway in california's san bernardino mountains is growing the valley fire has already burned a thousand acres.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"San bernardino mountains has shut down highway thirty eight mandatory evacuations have also been ordered for the entire community of forest falls hiking trails and day use areas are also being evacuated so far there is no containment a brush fire in the main side area of camp pendleton is burned about three hundred thirty acres about seven hundred fifty homes were evacuated been evacuated sorted about eleven thirty this morning several facilities and some base housing or under evacuation orders as as the lake o'neil recreation area so far the fire is forty percent contained a brush fire in the community of alpine in san diego county is burned about four hundred acres and several buildings of houses out here on propane tanks we do have numerous structures that have been involved or have been destroyed by fire incident commander chief daryl pena says crews have slowed the spread of the fire the rate of spread was considered critical this morning the sheriff's department says people in an entire community near the highland mobile home park had to get out immediately the fire started along eastbound interstate eight and researchers at ucla i have discovered thieves can steal use your passwords using a person's body heat to new threat called thermometer works after a person enters a password on a plastic keyboards at work or many other public computers somebody comes up and takes a thermal image of the keyboard dean professor of computer science at uc irvine says with that image they can see the hot spots literally the heat map of the key of the of the keys that were pressed last he says then hackers use that information to guessed the password success people should always use complicated passwords and never log in and leave a computer unattended corbin carson caffeine someone is shot a couple of men on motorcycles in san bernardino one biker died at the other had serious injuries san bernardino police lieutenant mike madden says the writers had pulled over on the ten freeway they apparently had stopped there because one of the bikes was experiencing mechanical difficulties he says investigators are trying to figure out if the bikers from utah we're targeted they were wearing outlaw motorcycle insignia he says police are trying to find witnesses to the early morning shooting in san bernardino andrew mollenbeck kfi news traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Sentiment amongst so you're not going to go to these events most people can tell their stories most people i know in the west side vote democrat and most people on the west side can't stand this stuff because this this is not a political issue this is like a basic hygiene charlie of life yeah yeah and people pay so much money to live in these neighborhoods to separate themselves from it they all want to separate they don't want they want to be bothered with these problems and they feel like they pay their normally boned when it comes to taxes so they they they paid their share they're already paid the tax money for the stupid wasteful programs that don't work don't come in then don't come and tell them that oh well you gotta accept the in your hair it's like no way that's a deal breaker and they're going to war and bonded his hearing it bonding is getting his head beaten by all the wealthy people on the west side is they're fed up there paying enormous taxes they look we paid your program is supposed to get rid of these people get rid of these people meanwhile up in sacramento with the mayor up there is none other than darrell steinberg who used to run the state senate they suffered a setback from judge they actually i find it hard to believe they passed an ordinance that was not going allow the vagrants to solicit within thirty feet of atm's or banks driveway entrances to businesses or near bus stops and it was approved but a judge a federal judge struck it down a preliminary injunction against enforcement of the ordinance a suit was brought by a homeless activist by the name of james lee fago clark who said this keeps him from soliciting for donations outside these sacramento natural foods go up so god doesn't it sound like smelly people would stand outside that he said i just want astral foods co uk what the hell is that i just want to sit there and hold my sign peacefully i didn't bother anybody trying to get some food for the day you can't stop me from because he would violate the distance visit natural foods co op i know you're the nutty vague and your smoking they're all everybody is writing natural foods what are people bringing their own food from their own garden to sell it it could be that or just could be going to going to a whole foods type of place they want you know that it's not about corporate profits all the employees here together work hard a piece of the ownership and you're not gonna go after you what a bunch of headaches they must be good john and ken show kfi food is never marcus is a fast moving fire in the san bernardino mountains near forest falls.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Six six four nine three nine nine one eight six six four nine three nine nine one that's eight six six four nine thirty nine ninety one southern california was jolted by a right earthquake that was felt across multiple counties according to scientists the four point five magnitude quake hit about ninety miles east of downtown los angeles the us geological survey said the quake was felt from the inland empire region to los angeles and orange county's there were no immediate reports of damage but the tremblor was followed by dozens of small aftershocks geologists said the quick hit a complex part of the senate dress fault beneath the san bernardino mountains not far from the epicenter of the nineteen eighty six north palm springs quake that injured dozens and caused six million dollars in damages the latest us small business optimism is now out and usa's chris barnes has all the details the report shows america's small business owners and operators are slightly more optimistic than they were a month ago about the us economy and how it affects them this small business optimism index for april ticking up just a fraction from the march reading small business operators biggest frustration right now finding qualified workers a labor department report out tuesday bolsters their concerns showing there's a record number of job openings in america currently at a time when the unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in a couple of decades for usa radio news i'm chris barnes for usa radio news i'm wendy king.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And hot pressed sandwiches reporting live from exposition park ted chen nbc four news chuck caroline back to you quite a facility thank you ted now if you're planning to camp out for the second weekend of coachella you may have to alter your travel plans just a bit especially plan on camping a severe high wind warning starts tomorrow morning through early friday morning and it's gonna make a mess out of camping if the music festival organizers say that camping will now open on friday at three am about forty thousand campers flooded the festival last weekend talk about a close call and alta dena woman spotted a bear on her street and jumped into action she grabbed the baby started screaming and ran into the house and you can see that bear running right across her lawn her son say the spare is nicknamed rufus and visits often usually digging through trash and swimming in pools the days are getting longer it looks beautiful out there live picture of catalina right now we got over fritz coleman with your first alert forecast for we're going to have a threat of rain we have a greater chance of getting the santa ana winds over the we had a light tomato on really driving the temperatures up here are the current numbers were really already cool the coast looking the ventura county coaster fifty nine already low sixties elsewhere along the water upper sixties inland with the low seventies human empire sixty four temecula sixty three the antelope valley sixty six with a wind advisory starting tomorrow with the victor valuable show you and forty five degrees up in the san bernardino mountains with a dusting of.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Your opportunity to give your two cents on the proposal march twenty second at pasadena city college of the foothill campus on fidel boulevard from six thirty eight o'clock at night and then on march twenty eight marshall fundamental school library building on alan avid north alan avenue so they're still opportunities for you to get your voice heard and for people to lose their minds why it is that you would think that reducing the lanes of traffic is going to improve the quality of life there is is as a frustrating thing and it's a proof that too many of these people are out of touch when it comes to this what's actually going on at a street level to use a appropriate or are coming back did you know that when your college student becomes an intern on capitol hill they have to sign a nondisclosure agreement did you know that when you go to vegas with michelle you have to sign a nondisclosure agreement that is not true ejido now i have a copy of my goodness we'll we'll talk about what happens in congress stays in congress coming up next on the bill handel show carry hoffman in for handled today jennifer jones lease in the newsroom what's up a delegation of highranking south koreans has arrived in north korea for a twoday visit including a meeting with kim jongun it is the highest level south korean group to visit the north and more than a decade and the trips expected to include talks about how to improve north korea and the us speaking terms a united nations humanitarian convoys a town near damascus where more than six hundred says syrian civilians have been killed in just two weeks but the syrian government stripped the convoy of many medical supplies including trauma kitson insulin and an effort is under way to keep the san bernardino mountains clean fell trans recently put up trash bins along several highways in the area the benz ron highways eighteen thirty eight one seventy three and the three thirty officials say people who visit the.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tushar dennis doled ktla the robber then showed the postal clerk a weapon in his jackets compare with the body scanners currently in use it's like moving from aid the interns and tell the postal employees that valued at twenty seconds if you don't give me everything you got i'm gonna i'm gonna shoot you the rather put the cast into a green plastic bag then walked doubts sashi a woman from chris new claims she saw a sas watching the san bernardino mountains has filed a lawsuit against the save for failing to believe her the woman says she was hiking a trail in the community of bluejay a year ago when she saw big foot in the tree says two others were nearby woman says she called 911 but they kept telling her she was just seeing a bear traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center there are still issues on the ten in we also is eastbound side of the 10 riverside avenue the ongoing drug crash investigation here the fatal crash that has all lanes shut down you are backed up to cedars we look at the so out on the deals traffic him on the westbound side of the 210 in the same spot the two left lanes are shut down little delays on the westbound side they'll for that eastbound drive you can take the 210 instead or try valuable of art rose need on the chinese found at delmore avenue crash cleared from the carpooling fullspeed drive there and sherman oaks the one one south vicar the 405 northbound crash finally clear the transition road reopened kfi in this guy hopes get you there faster i'm robert duckie cal weather from kfi clear with lows in the upper 40s to mid50s sunny later highs in the upper 60s to mid70s for metro la mid to upper 70s for the asean the.

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"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"san bernardino mountains" Discussed on 790 KABC

"When the following day for the first time it while as we shoot the return of the monsoon serves the shoveling flow of moisture from about of northwestern mexico major structural off some momentary afternoon thunderstorms and some of the local malgin sure your where these occurred temperatures were as long as the midnineties in the valleys of the eye e even cooler up at the animal valley at ninety three ninety in the santa career valley thousand oaks about seventy nine at the moment therefore things are watch there will be marie layer cloudiness but really just in the la venture and orange county coastal plain it will reach its peak at about five in the mornings will show you that go way probably before you leave for work slightly warmer temperatures because of the early departure of the marine layer and a slightly weaker onshore flow and when we say slightly warmer we mean slightly just one or two degrees warmer for friday and saturday then back down temperatures may actually back down into the normal range by the middle of next week and again the slight chance of mountain the desert thunderstorms or showers with him equally she's humidity for all of this so even though the temperatures are to remain relatively the same field little sticky as we see a decrease in relative humidity show we've had this moisture whoa up an out of our area up until today and just to the southeast the bottom right of your screen your shirt to see that monsoon plume quickly out of western arizona over into our desert areas them to the imperial valley and it may get a little closer as time progresses here's a live now the future cash brian lara clouds are going to reset probably by 9 o'clock tonight and then by tomorrow morning look at this five o'clock in the morning it reaches its farthest point inland and then retreats probably by the time you get to work than in the afternoon mainly in the san bernardino mountains now our chances december two amongst them at about twenty percent oddly enough done at the santa sooner mountains which includes a wild and pine cove and hem it the chances are only about ten percent so we're we're focusing most of our action on the.

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