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EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?
"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas
Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting
"We're going to start though by talking to a san diego. County board of supervisors member because tuesday night. It was pretty raucous. It went on for hours because a lot of people wanted to speak. And most of them were speaking against any sort of mandates dealing with corona virus vaccine mandates mask mandates the idea of vaccine passports. We played this man. Yesterday's name is matt baker because he was certainly the most entertaining of a number of speakers. That's the wind the wind of time. That's the wind of history. That's the wind blowing through your ancestors bones begging you to do the right thing. Surfing baker is calling upon from ocean. Beach time he goes done. He was saying ohio vouch. It went on for quite a while. Jim decimal taste of talks. With a chair nathan fletcher had lost his mind over this gym. Actually to sit through the entire performance and everybody else's performance for about eight hours. How are you jim. Well i'm tired but Thank god it's friday. Hundred twenty people is this true. Oh yeah at least. I thought it was actually more about one hundred seventy but We had quite a few speakers. Mr baker was one of our more entertaining speakers unfortunately he's getting a lot of the attention vote but you know we. We still had you know. Many parents nurses doctors regular citizens there as well and it was kinda as you mentioned earlier. The sort of a perfect storm of the recall folks the reopen folks. The let them breathe folks that no mass on kids in schools and the no vaccine passports. I mean it was really kind of a wake up. Call to to me
"san diego county" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"Of their spirit sometimes it's ju- addiction and other things sometimes is due to abuse in the numbing using addiction. I saw that. I knew my life would be devoted to having less people have that especially girls in women having that hopeless helpless look. I wanted to help. So i did what people do which is figure out how i can help. Hard can use might mighty skills best and I decided that becoming a prosecutor using the the law as a sword and a shield to protect the most vulnerable was the bab from me. And while i got a lot of knows. Because i'm you can tell on the podcast. But i'm pretty small at the time this is you know more than thirty years ago most da's as prosecutors mail and they were you know bigger and they didn't. I didn't quite the bills. So i got a lot of rejections because people like to judge a book by its cover and i get going around dead. I became a research attorney. We applied finally. I got in and became a deputy district attorney one in nineteen ninety and little. Did i know the journey that it would take but i then in twenty eighteen. I rose through the ranks to become chief deputy. I got elected as the da. Which was the first time in. Sandy was history that someone just took that linear route all the way through the baby steps to become the da. But i still view the job the same way you know. Which is it's bigger. It has a lot of people that that are amazing. That i work with within my team in the community but i look at it as service as as bringing the smartest on methods to serb this because sometimes you can have a heart for service. But you're not doing things using the data you're using stereotypes. Reusing what you'd think works bringing the best methods to the job and so this is pretty big or bigger than twenty one states about eighteen cities in san diego a ton of unincorporated areas but the beauty of it is almost somewhere in san diego is gonna look like the rest of the nation or the rest of the world. We've got so many international on an just feels amazing to be of service to be the people's prosecutors to the da is charged is kind of the primary people's prosecutor anytime a felony is committed in san diego county. The da's office is involved is engaged. So that's kind of where we are but we. We did bring a different lens to it. When i became the da. I thought that on just prosecuting wasn't mike off. I thought were really making communities safer. We needed prosecution at the Fusion we needed prevention And thus my work with you and we needed protection of people that are monitorable and we needed to partner with the community. Sort of four p.'s. Approach that has really been showing good numbers or us. That's great so so talk a little bit more. About how. How your role of the da doolittle deeper dive for us and how you work with the other higher level criminal justice ranking system like the attorney general and the us attorney. 'cause a lotta people again i think they kinda co mingled things and think to your point. You're on the ground and you're in you're talking to the people and there's court systems that go on then most people don't even really realize the scope of the work but i don't think one of the things i know being a native here in the work i've done. Is this community worked together. So well all the community you know the community down Groups and criminal justice side. And you know with the da and the cross border issues and you are needed by the way uh summer. It's okay. that's a really good question. I think the key word here that you used his were on the ground so your everyday pain. That happens to people in harm you know. Ah people are getting sexually assaulted or robbed or beaten or engaged in drug trafficking or suffering from an overdose that was as a result of. Somebody's selling them bendon. All most of the time. That's the case that we take that torney. General is removed a little bit from the round. Lago show if we have a case where we have a conflict. And that's very rare. You know where the let's say one of our own use becomes a victim of a crime that might go to the agenda jowls office. We might work on things together like recently. We worked on a large fraud scheme. That targeted our veterans where they were selling them insurance. They didn't need and you know taking their their money. And it was refrigerant means while we had this fraud happening in our county. It was also happening. Statewide so cooperated with the attorney. General made sense so that we can help. Every all our veterans across the state the us attorney has jurisdiction sometimes that crosses with our jurisdiction but for the most part their crimes in bulk federal law. They involve Crimes across state lines or they cross international lines so it's not your everyday grind of Of what is happening. When you know a someone's burglarized a child is molested. A human trafficking issue happens while we cooperate together with the us attorney again like the attorney general of the collaboration in the leverage that we have in san diego which is to work together in task forces to.
"san diego county" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"Sermons happy hour. I'm michael glenn. More scots goes scott. How you doing today is a pretty hot there in san diego. It is michael. It's hot everywhere. I think on the west coast and whatever is an overwhelmingly muggy and overheated. It's you know we've got so many fires unfortunately going on my heart goes out to so many communities and families that are suffering from this right now and so it. Yeah it's hot. And it's just the beginning of august and our fire seasons come up in front of us so but you know all good families healthy and the kids still take my calls And i take so. I feel i feel blessed. I feel blessed. How about you michael. How's your week going pretty good at the same here. It's pretty hot. So we're i'm in louisiana when it's hot. It's usually hot and sticky so because of the humidity and so so bad but supposed to get rain tonight. So maybe that'll help. Cool things down a little bit good. Glad to see them all right well. Welcome to scott his settlements. Happy hour again. My phone number is six one nine nine nine. Three two seven three eight. I want you to call or text me if something's going on wherever you are in this country no matter. What time of day is i do. Put my phone up at night. And it's in a different room for my own personal ability to get some sleep please. Don't hesitate to call. Please don't hesitate detects. There's always hope there's always help out there and the way things are going today trying to do life alone in my opinion is really hard so i don't try. There's no reason to. And if i can't help you find someone who can will navigate together so today is You know i. I don't even know how to say. We've probably got one of the most famous people we've ever had on the podcast and i save famous. Not only because she's somebody that everybody knows and respects but has a heart of gold. Every time i hear our district attorney talk to people interview with the media get quoted. You can feel her heart and everything she does. And i don't know if that's appropriate to say or not but it doesn't matter this is my show and i'm saying it and she is so well respected and she is such a kind and so approachable. It's so funny. When i get a text from the da. I get so excited. My day is just made so summer. You keep those up even if it's the tell me to shut up stop what i'm doing. It's so nice to hear from you. Anytime because i know i understand. You're down to about one hundred and twenty hour work week and so funny i got. I got questions from your staff questions of you and poor. Patty feels like you know the the. Da's been so busy this week. And i can't imagine what your schedule looks like. And you know rumors are. You haven't slept in three years and i'm hoping this summer you're gonna get a chance to read a couple of things and i know you probably get tired of hearing but i think it's important for our viewers on listeners. Who may not know who you are. And san. diego is america's eighth largest city. We have a little over three point. Three million people and summer stephens job as a district attorney in our community is significant robust overwhelming. I'm sure at times and something that not many people can do and she does a great wonderful job at it. So i'm going to read this. Because i can district attorney summer. Stephan is devoted her life to protecting children and families providing justice to the most vulnerable as a national leader in the fight against human trafficking sexual exploitation summers folk focused on advancing public safety through a fair and equal justice bringing solutions to complex issues with unique data driven commonsense approach that works to address the root causes of certain crimes driven by mental illness and addiction. As district attorney she leads second largest. Da's office in california managing a professional staff of one thousand employees serving as the people's prosecutor for sending county and there's more than three million residents. Summer leverage are extensive courtroom management leadership experience to get clear public safety priorities in collaboration with law enforcement and the community keeping the Keeping santio county where the safest urban regions united states rose to the ranks to become elected district attorney as trial prosecutor. She tried more than one hundred jury. Trials including cases of complex homicides sexually violent predators child-molestation sexual assaults school shootings human trafficking related cases she chief. Da's north county branch chief of the sex crimes human trafficking division a special victims unit. She pioneered in june of two thousand eighteen. The county voters overwhelmingly elected summer as district attorney. I don't even know how you can't sleep at night with the kind of work that you do. that's amazing. There's a couple of paragraphs here. But i i'm not gonna read them not because i don't want to have people experience it because it'll be with your segment when we get recorded but i wanna take time i want to delve into who you are and i also So question number one. Who is summer stephan. And then the second part of that question is our next question is going to be. Tell us about the da. And what a what people here da. They probably don't know the difference between ag and us attorney. And you know lieutenant this and you know captain that so tell us who summer stephan is a little bit about who you are personally You know about your family and anything else you wanna share with us. Because i'm sure you don't get a chance to normally do that in those four minute interviews on the networks where you know they want to get you in trouble somehow so they can find a way to spin it so we don't want to spend it today. We want you to spin it so tell us about summer stephan by the way. Welcome to the happy hour. You look great. You look relaxed almost like you've got a good night's sleep so i'll make that assumption all your summer while scott. It's great to be with you as it is great to be with you. Michael and One of the reasons that i really wanted to say yes in and we worked on fitting the sand is because of your heart you know for service and for helping anywhere everywhere to whoever needs it so when i see people like that in our community that's like a treasurer that you wanna make sure that you support and that You say yes when when people like that like you ask so you know. I know people kind of laugh when i stayed. This is miami. Know i look really good on paper. You just read some of the Poll but you know. I'm i'm a regular person who Somehow at twelve years old. That was an avid reader. And i was reading the national geographic. I know that's really weird for a twelve year old. But i did love. Just the words of the national geographic. I love the images. They take some of the best. Photographs capture lean everything that is important in the world and they had this image of some girls in sioux cadre north africa. That had this look in their eyes. They looked about my age. And while i had all this hope and love in my life on great parents in all of that. They looked pretty hopeless. There was this. This look sadly you. My work is district. Attorney and deputy district attorney. I've come to recognize. That's when the world comes along and it takes the light out of people's eyes out.
"san diego county" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
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"san diego county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A area. There's several, uh Democrat legislators, Assembly members and senators that I personally have worked with and can work with. Like you said, are sympathetic to this issue. They just need to hear from there can they need to hear more from their constituents? Then they're hearing from the Bay Area legislators and the Bay Area special interests that are promoting and pushing this additional excise tax and pushing the constraint of The gasoline market in California. Alright, pleasure talking to you, Senator Brian Jones. Thanks for coming on. Thank you, Ken. Thanks for covering it, And I'm glad to help out anytime. Alright. State Senator Brian Jones from Santee down in San Diego County, the rural area of San Diego County and, uh, And a whole bunch of other Well, there's not a lot. Senate Republicans in Sacramento are calling for a gas tax holiday because come next Thursday. Gas prices If they aren't already climbing. Supposedly, they're climbing because the economy is recovering. So the demand has gone up. Although I remember months ago before the economy was recovering, I started to see the prices go up. But now it's escalating at a pace, which is hitting $5 a gallon in many places as I mentioned the highest level in nearly six years. He would like the Sacramento politicians that run things to look around and say, We got this big surplus. Why don't we give people a gas tax holiday? For a while? That's what the Senate Republicans are asking them to do. Alright when we come back, we're gonna take a little trip to Biden Ville. See what came up today from Joe Biden or esteemed president Johnny Kensho on Ko Phi Deborah Mark with News X Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin will be sentenced tomorrow.
San Diego County Lifts Most COVID-19 Restrictions as Economy Reopens
"County joins the rest of California in fully reopening the economy today, you know, we've all had those moments over the last year were like, you know, I just don't know if we can do it anymore, but we did. County Supervisor Chairman Nathan Fletcher hosted an event at the County administration building this morning to celebrate the lifting of most pandemic restrictions. Supervisor Fletcher tells Kogo News today is about looking back. At the progress the county has made in the fight against Covid the tremendous success of the vaccine rollout in San Diego County the success of how low our cases are, in the reality that you know we're opening up and we're moving on today, San Diegans will be able to go without masks in most places, except for schools, medical centers and on public transit capacity limits and social distancing requirements have also been lifted. Eddie McLovin Kogo news
San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone
"And drug overdoses. We're here because the county of San Diego will soon make the locks and overdose reversal medication. Why Plea available at multiple community based locations and clinics throughout our region Supervisor Nathan Fletcher joining public health officer, Dr Wilma Putin, who signed an order making the medication available to the public, or 457 fentanyl overdose deaths in San Diego last year, an increase of 200% during the pandemic. He was traffic issue here today along the five
FDA to Hold Emergency Meeting on Johnson
"Holding an emergency meeting on the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine I Marilyn hider with today's coronavirus update. San Diego County and the rest of the state are pausing the use of the Johnson and Johnson. One dose vaccine do too rare blood clots found in six women, Dr Anthony Fauci says the pauses out of an abundance of caution. This is an unusual occurrence. Of a serious adverse event that you want to make sure before you go forward, you investigated thoroughly, and that's exactly what they're doing. They're pausing so that they could look at it more carefully. Six women between the ages of 18 and 48 developed blood clots a week or two after they were vaccinated. One woman died. The CDC is principal deputy director doctor and shook, it said Authorities have not seen similar clots after use of the visor or Madonna. Vaccines, and people should continue getting those vaccines. The CDC recommends people who were given the J and J vaccine who are experiencing severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath. Should contact their health care provider J and J said in statement It was aware of the reports of blood clots, but no link to its vaccine had been established. The company also says it's delaying the rollout of its vaccine in Europe as a precaution.
San Diego County Could Move To Orange Tier Soon
"Getting closer to more things Opening up on Cliff Albert of the Kogan is center. Natalie is April 1st the first day that everyone 15 over get a vaccine. Also the day that live events and performances could resume and while Sentinel County is in the red tear We could be in the less restrictive orange here in a couple of weeks cover those I'm saying there are counties in the state that have moved in a new tears over the last few days. 50 other 58 counties writer that purple tear, many other counties moved into the orange tear from the red tear, and we're well on our way to a green tear in a foreseeable future. Undated guidelines. Today. The state allow outdoor concert or event, then used to be open with 20% capacity and performers are athletes who have routine testing won't be counted in the capacity limit. Amusement parks and theme parks in the state could also open at 15% capacity on the first and must provide testing for
Prepare the popcorn: AMC reopening all theaters across Los Angeles County
"Its movie theaters. All AMC theaters in L. A and San Diego counties have opened and more across California will open by Monday. The company says its operating with the highest devotion to health and safety, some AMC fans in Century City got to see a movie last night. This woman from Santa Barbara says she planned her whole day around the trip to the theater, actually, like came to the mall, too. Like shop and then all just to come here at the right time. So Yeah, that's I've been. We're actually likes. Quarantine. It's been hard. The old Capitan Theater in Hollywood has also reopened. The state is
San Diego County Remains In Purple Tier, But COVID-19 Numbers Improve
"On news radio 600 Kogo Until then. Cynical county with the new update of 8.8 per 100,000 new coronavirus cases that is down from 10.8 a week ago, but it's not yet enough to get into the red tear under the current threshold in California. State is getting closer to making easier to reopen as more of the state's low income residents are vaccinated. That threshold would rise from 7 to 10 would put San Diego in if, as expected, that number gets to two million coming up here this weekend in the number of people have received the vaccine and the Healthy places index in California Once that does saying you go should be on track. Open on Tuesday into the red tear already below 10 for
Disneyland, other California theme parks could reopen April 1
"Park Stadiums, Lego Land, Disneyland and other theme parks can reopen April 1st under strict conditions, including capacity limits based on a county's rate of spread, and, of course, mask wearing will be required. San Diego County is expected to be in the red tear by that time.
California to Allow Theme Parks, Stadiums to Open With Conditions
"Out of the ballpark stadiums and theme parks were cleared today to reopen in California beginning April 1st. It's all subject to strict conditions, including capacity limits, based on a county's rate of covert 19 spread and required mask wearing ballparks will be allowed 20% capacity at the red level theme parks will be capped at 15% at that red here. L. A and Orange counties are expected to get back into the red level soon. Same for San Diego County, which is home to see Walt Lego Land and the
Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow II sentenced 14 years for rape
"NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr has been sentenced to 14 years in state prison for rape and other crimes. He was convicted of sexual offenses against five women in San Diego County. Winslow appeared via video conference of the hearing in San Diego Superior Court. The 37 year old is the son of San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame receiver Kellen Winslow. The sentence was the man Maximum allowed under a plea deal.
Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow II gets 14 years for rapes
"Former NFL player Kellen Winslow the second was sentenced to fourteen years in prison in California San Diego county judge Blaine Bowman says two words describe Winslow sexual predator Winslow got the maximum sentence for rape and other sexual offenses against five women including a woman who was homeless he preys on vulnerable victims and is very brazen the way he carries out his crimes Winslow was once the highest paid tight end in the NFL his attorney Marc Carlos says playing football resulted in head trauma he's probably had a head injury at least a thousand times Kellen Winslow the second must now register as a sex offender for the rest of his life glad to through our story I'm a Donahue
Are Tiny Homes a Solution for COVID Evictions?
"Lindsay would welcome back to the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast thank you eat and it's great to be here. Love love what you do out there. I follow your podcast and listen to it. Often thank you. Yeah and i love what you do Tiny home industry association has just really been moving and shaking in the last year or two. And i know you're really involved with what they do. So thank you for that work as well absolutely. It's been great to connect to all the builders out there and also people that are really passionate about advocating or legalizing tiny house. Yeah so You reached out to me about a month or so ago. And said hey. Have you done a podcast episode about any houses as a solution for covert actions. And i said no about about you so you know. Let's just start there. you know. We're talking on january twenty sixth twenty twenty one You know what. What's the current state of things and You know how how connected to this problem. You in the tiny house movement. Thank you yes so. Of course when i was seeing all the moratorium i feel very housing secure because we have a tiny home. We also have the ability to stay in my parents house every winter when they travel elsewhere so we are in that nomadic reality on that we've got options but for other people on namely a friend of mine out in the east coast is is very much looking daily and trying to figure out his best way to stay in his home for him and his family because he is one of those people where he actually got covid and he's in a situation where his industry just lost a lot of revenue and he wasn't able to make up the rent payments and now he's facing eviction moratorium on evictions are really critical in keeping people in their houses. One of their pieces. You know when it all started. Ls relate okay march of last year. Almost a year into this that you know of course be moratoriums for months will now. We're just in that rolling. You know things are starting to expire in the negative extended and then they expire and then they get extended like right now as this recording. We are january. Twenty six and the cdc is supposed to have the expiration on the thirtieth like. We're talking in a matter date and if you're one of those people that could potentially be evicted without that moratorium or any kind of save cards. You're hoping that gets extended right and naturally something right now. President biden has pushed for but once again does that mean. It's going to come right right. And so i guess i'd never really thought about this like i. I knew that there had been a moratorium on evictions and i kind of assumed that was evictions due to inability to pay rent You know because so many people have lost their sources of income because of the pandemic but does that also apply to for example. Someone living in a tiny house in backyard that gets flagged by zoning administrator like are those different though you know because once again that definitely falls into that realm and i love how much you've covered this you know angle of it lake. Obviously a big reason why the tiny industry association so focused on legalizing around the country. I mean at this moment. I mean a year ago. We didn't during covid time. We had the city of san diego county of santa clara city of san jose and humble county. All amended approve their homes and backyards. Now that's not like any home villages and cottage industry. What we call tiny homes in. That's that's the next frontier but it's at least a step in the right direction for people that want to live legally now. They have so many more options. Of course they've gotta find and connect with a single family home back to this kovin moratorium reality in oh state by state. It's different like state of california has extended would other states. Don't and then they fall to the cdc because now they can go to more of a federal support bananas. Even you know and also heard where landlords are being able to like their ways around it. I mean you know. I have have compassion for the people that have mortgages on their property and the banks aren't really saying sorry. You don't have to pay your mortgage this month because what's going on so we're all connected and yet. It's the renter at the end of the day that gets told to leave.
Winter storm delays vaccine distribution throughout U.S.
"Can return. Severe winter storms and other parts of the country are affecting vaccination efforts in San Diego County, local officials there say it's affecting the distribution of the vaccine. We expect to begin to have to pause. Some of our vaccine locations. We also are very likely to have to reschedule appointments that San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher. He says. Several shipments of Fizer and Madonna vaccine will not be arriving this weakest planned because of inclement weather, wreaking havoc on the delivery. Right now about 330,000. People in San Diego County are waiting to get their second doses and they will likely not be affected, but thousands more scheduled to receive their first
Petco Park vaccine site to reopen Wednesday after new shipment arrives
"Frontline workers are back at it this morning vaccinating those eligible at Petco Park's covered 19 vaccine superstation. It was shut down Sunday, Monday and yesterday because shipment of the Madonna covered 19 vaccine was delayed. That shipment arrived yesterday U C San Diego health oversees the side and his rescheduled appointments. The coronavirus caseload in San Diego County, meanwhile, continues to rise. Health officials confirm close to 700 new cases yesterday so the caseload has passed the 253,000 mark. The death toll is approaching 3100 after five more deaths were
California's first cases of South African coronavirus variant identified in Bay Area
"We have the first reported cases of the South African variant here in the state to cases up in Northern California in the Bay Area. We're about 159 cases of the UK variant and all but 20 of them are here in San Diego County. The governor says there have been just over 1200 cases of yet another mutation of the virus called the West Coast
California calls for pause in use of huge batch of Moderna vaccines after allergic reactions
"Cova 19 vaccine has been pulled from the shelves in California. Health officials say six people had a reaction to the serum that came from the inventory. Mark 041 L 20, a Doses were given to healthcare workers at a vaccination site in San Diego. The workers required medical attention, the state Health Department said, because of the unusually high number of reactions that one scientist ordered the San Diego County Health Department to stop using the dose is from that batch and moved to the next one. The CDC FDA Madonna and the state have all started an investigation. Steve correctly
California orders surgery delays as virus swamps hospitals
"Hospitals in California are so swamped drastic measures are being taken this comes as the state sees at least two dozen more cases of the new more contagious variant of the corona virus California's ordering hospitals to accept patients from other facilities that don't have room to treat people with cove it and for those where I see you capacity is bottoming out to delay non essential and non life threatening surgeries so they have enough beds officials have already warned to start considering rationing care because of the expected post holiday surging cases in San Diego county health officials say they identified twenty four new cases of the UK strained with another four suspected in people who don't seem to have traveled and it's likely elsewhere in the state I'm Julie Walker
"san diego county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The rise. The San Diego County Medical Society is urging you to cover your face. Whenever you leave your home reaching 23 million people the medicine for masks. Social media campaign looks to raise mask awareness, says the pandemic collides with flu season. County Medical Society President Holly Yang. I think the challenge is that people conspired the disease before they even know it and even from test negative and then spread it before they developed symptoms. The University of Washington study estimates that Universal masking could save 130,000 lives through February. Yang is optimistic but says We're not out of the woods yet. We're excited that vaccine there in development and on the way but we have got toe knuckle down to get there. With covert hospitalizations rising in San Diego Yang says masks can Helped limit the spread of the virus and keep our health care system humming. Joshua will Lipton KOGO news roughly 2700 as DG. Any customers in the county have been warned that their power could be turned off because of dangerous fire weather due to the red flag warning in effect until tomorrow morning. SDG any says it may need to cut power to reduce wildfire risk in areas like to scan so Campo and Alpine SD Jeannie's Helen Gow tells reporting Barter 10 news. We have several 100 of the employees working today on Thanksgiving Day and throughout the weekend so that we can and store If public safety power shut off, son needed that we could restore power as quickly and as safely as possible. Top wind gusts could reach about 15 miles an hour today in the mountains and foothills. The red flag warning last until nine tomorrow morning. The attorney of convicted killer Scott Peterson is claiming his client was not involved in the latest E D d scam that cost California hundreds of millions of dollars. Peterson was named on the several high profile inmates taking part in the unemployed. Been fraud, however, is actual involvement, if any, is not clear District attorney's air working with the FBI and local, state and federal law enforcement in the investigation and have formed an E D D fraud task force. Well, the search is over for the Aztec football team. They will play the Colorado They will play Colorado tomorrow after spending the week searching for a team to play after Fresno State had to cancel because of the coronavirus, Colorado's original opponent. USC had to cancel because the team doesn't have enough players because of several positive tests on the team. The three into as takes kickoff against unbeaten Colorado tomorrow afternoon at two that'll be in Boulder. You can catch the game on extra 13 60, Fox Sports San Diego. Well. The coronavirus did not stop many Americans from traveling and spending the holiday with their families. Despite pleas from public health officials and state leaders, Casey Steagall has more the nation's fourth of busiest airport when it comes to overall passenger traffic and for the Thanksgiving holiday period, officials here estimate They're going to do about 65% of their volume compared to last year's numbers, But nationwide, that number is actually a little bit lower. Triple A has projected that some of the air.
"san diego county" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"They she talked about we've kind of take a taken a listening mode and if if Advocates and in the community come forth with a proposal on we just say but yeah, we're already doing it turns into an argument. So what we've tried to do is just take all of it didn't listen and then go back and and organized form of said we agree with this and here's what we're doing here is something working out and and maybe these issues over here. We don't agree with it and be explained to be able to explain why we don't agree with that but you have to have an environment which you can have that dialogue. We're working very hard to establish then used whether it's through group called pastors on point. Another group of black ministers called standing in the Gap individual relationships with the ACLU n-double-acp. Urban League to get law enforcement knowledge of the leaders, but the rank-and-file in those forums to have those discussions. I think we're getting to that point now in in the dialogue. You know, don't forget about my people. You know, now that your Yom Kippur is over with my people are free for some meat as well. You know, they love you. Love you yellow is is an integral part if you walk in all of our conversations that was a joke though. So, you know when you use that figure 750,000 across the country and what there's three hundred and thirty million people in our country when you think about that ratio, I'm just wondering my wife's, you know in real estate and I'm thinking about lawyers if you added up those numbers, we probably have a lot more and when I know what I don't offer cost to train somebody but I've heard at some point the expense of training is the first responder just like somebody was in the military. It's it's a big dollar amount and when you think about the ratio of that many people to that they have to manager be aware of or view ready and praying for it's almost like a formula for anything can go wrong. It probably would when you think about the human issue, Is that are aligned with all the different things that law enforcement has to bump into on a daily basis. Plus they wear a uniform and a badge. So they're clearly marked by the community of people know who they are when they're walking down the street. I mean, nobody knows who I am, you know, when you're in civilian clothes, they don't have an idea. So when you're profiled like that what a difficult job to have number one job to help support them. We and the challenge we have and we work very hard at it is is screening people to become peace officers law enforcement officers in this country. It's a challenging job. There's room for abuse there's a lot of discretion in law enforcement and that's why I know here in San Diego, you know, we for every hundred and we take.
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"San Diego County, Maryland hider There were no new deaths reported. The total is 891 and the positive test rate in San Diego was 3% today, with the rolling two week average at 2.9%. Because of the election tomorrow, the state of California but waiting until Wednesday to release their updates on the color coded tears of the Corona Virus Watch list. President Trump's suggesting to a crowd in Florida He may fire the leading expert on infectious diseases. Doctor Anthony Pfoutch e after the election. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Addressing that statement last night, Trump said he was going to fire Dr Fauci. And that wonderful I got a better idea. Elect May I'm gonna hire Dr Fauci and we're gonna fire Donald Trump. In response to supporters chance to fire Fauci President, Trump said. Don't tell anybody but let me wait until a little bit after the election. Thanks for the suggestion he later claimed Dr Fauci is and the president's words a nice guy, but he's been wrong. Ah lot. And the president says other nations can't compete with the American economy Way created a record 11.4 million jobs in the last five months. Well, Thorin nation's air in a free fall and you see what's happening all over the world we are creating an economic power has unrivaled anywhere in the world. We went down less, and we've gone up much more. Nobody closed. The early voting is finished in San Diego County. So now you have tomorrow Election day to cast your ballots from 7 a.m. to 8 P.m.. Hobo's Phil Farrar caught up with some people who got to the register's office just before a closed for business today going places all 235 now closed. William Harris. He made it down the Registrar of Voters office just in time. William. Why'd you have to come down today? I'd have to come down. It's my I feel obligated to.
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"Newsome says San Diego County is expected to officially come off the state's Corona virus watch list. As of tomorrow. News made the announcement at his noon briefing is very likely. Sandy Diego will join the list of That of those counties removed so likely tomorrow, though, will update this likely tomorrow. Coming off. The state's watch list means K through 12 schools could open within a couple of weeks. If the county's case rate remains where it is, and we will hear more from county health officials at their briefing that you can hear live on cocoa at 2 30 this afternoon. Governor is also calling for an investigation into rolling blackouts this weekend and lack of notice given customers. He issued an emergency proclamation last night that suspends air pollution regulations and allows utility to freely use generators and other backup power sources to ease the pressure on the grid. In the meantime, the manager of the power grid says 1/3 night of rolling blackouts is a near certainty tonight. And there will be far more widespread than before. Denise Menard with SDG any details reporting partner Town News. Elka Home could be impacted today and says if you lost power over the weekend, you should be in the clear If you were affected over the weekend, you will not be affected again. But there is a caveat there. And that is if we don't conserve every single ounce of energy that we possibly can. That list may go back into rotation again. Officials say serious problems could begin as early as three and could last six hours. You're asked to conserve between three and 10 PM tonight through Wednesday night, is part of a statewide flex alert. And governor Newsome says they are looking at all avenues of getting more power to the grid in Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent announcing the launch of a sweeping initiative to test all students and teachers for covert 19 Superintendent Austin Butera says the goal is an eventual return to school test will be provided to staff are currently working at schools as well as their Children were participating in the child care provided for Los Angeles Unified Staff Tesla and be provided for all staff and students over a period of weeks to establish a baseline on ongoing basis. Sample testing based on epidemiological models will be done for each cohort of staff and students. He says The plan would cost roughly $300 a student over a year but did not clarify. Will the district would get the funding? A woman who provided the leave lead gift for the S D s You. Mission Valley site was on hand today for the virtual groundbreaking ceremony. Diane Basher donated $15 million in the field were bear her name as Aztec Stadium basher feel this city has been so tremendously good to us. And I felt that it was time to give back to this city. This stadium and all the venues that will be around it will be here forever and all the students that will go all over the world. I'll be card of San Diego. The Dow down 85 8 27,045 Now at 103 year real time traffic real time traffic reporter sponsored by.
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"Boxes. Karen McCue reporting America is listening to Bach's news. And you are listening to Kogo News. I'm Phil Farrar, the city of La Mesa has issued a temporary area restriction prohibiting certain items around the La Mesa Civic Center, and this move comes ahead of a protest scheduled to take place in 30 minutes. Outside of the Lamaze, the Police department, the city of La Mesa, declared restricted area for this weekend around the Civic Center. City Hall and police Department areas in La Mesa, the area its order on two sides by University Avenue by Spring Street and then Allison Avenue, near where the demonstrations in the violent protest took place on May 30th year on August 1st Restricted area so they will arrest people who bring in traditional weapons things like guns and knives for things that can be used as weapons like rocks and bottles into that restricted area. Mesa police hoping for a peaceful protester this afternoon. Although we don't know how many people will show up right now, three small group of demonstrators and protesters gathered outside the police department. There's a heavy police presence. With three sources in the area was only a very small group of protesters. In fact, they're probably more counter protesters right now, and there are demonstrators and protesters in La Mesa Howard patrols also closing down some of the on and off ramps along the freeway into La Mesa. Included are both alcohol Boulevard in Spring Street off of the well, it's others. Nearly Basam went down, telling me Jack Cronin now let Mesa police say they have reached out to the protest group but have not heard from them. Now. Earlier, there was a flyer circulating on the Web site, which read there would be a protest. At the La Mesa Police Station for adult on Lee. It has been nearly today since seven Marines and a Navy sailor went missing in the ocean about 80 miles off the coast of insanity is when an amphibious assault vehicle sank during a training exercise. Killing at least one member of the crew. Marines say they are still a search and rescue operation and they have not moved to a recovery phase. Coco's updated San Diego whether the National Weather Service is issuing an excessive heat morning today, through 9 p.m. Is for the San Diego County desert. It is also hot in the inland valleys on foothills. Nineties way, Macy, a triple digit is well right now downtown. 73 degrees 80 to 95 in Ramona. I'm still far off on Radio 600 Cobo. We're always sunny San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center slowing of the south five from Camp Pendleton and lost focus down to the 78 ocean side. Here are Ram clothes shoes in La Mesa Due to a planned demonstration this afternoon. The transition south 1 25 to the westbound westbound ate off Wrapped alcohol Boulevard Jackson Drive on ramp to the West Mount, ate the eastbound ate off ramp to Spring Street. Sponsored by unbowed dot or GE. Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or drop off to help their family put food on the table. You can help change the future in a single moment. See how far your support can go on about dot org's marks Egon Coco's next real time Traffic Update 3 25 Home Sweet home. People are putting time and energy and money into their homes. Right now there's no better place to put it. And as a result of all that effort, yes, a lot of junk needs to disappear. Call 1 800 Got.
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"San Diego county credit union with me can I command you with eight hundred to a thousand people or your shipmates on shore right now the acting secretary of the navy apologizing to the crew of a San Diego based aircraft carrier after referring to the ship's former captain is either too naive or too stupid secretary Thomas moblie made those comments to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after relieving captain Brad crozier for firing off an email about the corona virus concerns that leaked to the media president trump says that crozier made the wrong move but he doesn't deserve to have his reputation ruined the letter should have been sent with all of that said his career prior to that was very good so I'm going to get involved and see exactly what's going on there because I don't want to destroy somebody for having a bad day more than one hundred seventy sailors on the Roosevelt have tested positive for corona virus as the ship remains docked in Guam as a matter of fact captain crozier also tested positive some Democrats are demanding that moblie resigned Sacramento baseball arenas being transformed into a makeshift hospital to try to stay ahead of an increasing number of coronavirus cases governor Newsom says four hundred additional beds will be set up at the Thomas arena which the Sacramento Kings used to call home specifically for patients that are either be discharged from hospital system from our mercy departments are going here directly with mild to moderate symptoms the governor also aiming to ramp up the state's current seventy five thousand hospital bed capacity by about fifty thousand the county is clarifying but holding strong on the orders and recommendations to cover your face while in public Kelly supervisor Nathan Fletcher says people should not be leaving their homes except to go to the central jobs and services but if they're forced to go outside the recommendation is to wear a covering for your face we have a strong recommendation for all seen Diegans when they leave their home whether it's to go to an essential business or to go to an essential service like a grocery store a medical appointment a strong recommendation that they use a face covering as it relates to essential businesses we only out one five categories of essential businesses where it is required that the employees in those businesses wearing a mask and again those are grocery stores restaurants convenience stores gas stations and pharmacies what you're saying for those five you central business categories where employees are mandated to where the coverings it is up to the company to comply Jack Nicholson news now all of the beaches in the city of San Diego and county are still closed as officials continue to encourage social distancing they say that's the only way to get a handle on the pandemic the city of San Diego doing its part to ensure you shelter in place in an effort to flatten this virus lieutenant John Takeuchi says thank you go police department has a strong social media campaign on the do's and don'ts and where you can and can't go there are probably cases in which people don't know that the parks and beaches are closed and so you know when a person comes down to to an area like that and they see the officers there they see the signs I think it absolutely educates these individuals to make sure that they don't come into these areas and you know they need to go home officers constantly checking those areas major ones guarded they are also getting help from a division of traffic enforcement you know those who write tickets when your meter expires well they could be writing a bigger fine if you break the law Phil Farrar cocoa news NTS is dropping service by twenty five percent starting on Monday the thirteenth Paul Jablonski CEO of the metropolitan transit system saying all trolley land bus routes will still be active they'll just be running at lower capacity starting next week we're seeing about a sixty five to seventy percent ridership loss a little bit more on buses then on trains it fluctuates every day but that's roughly the norm NTS is saying even with the sixty five percent drop in ridership and still seeing one hundred thousand trips every day on buses and trolleys across San Diego public transit system reminding people they should only be writing to get to a central jobs or services the army corps of engineers staying busy during the pandemic the nationwide the army corps of engineers is building twenty two field hospitals is a big hospitals an alternate care sites in eighteen states I don't White House briefing the president also touched on the medical equipment being distributed around the country in total we have deployed eight thousand four hundred and fifty hospital beds from federal stockpiles and you know if you think this is done over a period of it really appeared of weeks incredible actually more than eight thousand ventilators have been sent the president also said American manufacturers continue to build thousands of ventilators while FEMA has distributed more than eleven million respirators are you rethinking the products you're buying that are made in China after the covert lockdown will have that story coming up we also have your real time traffic and your updated weather in three minutes Cogan years time six oh seven finances mental physical and spiritual health plus your personal life fees matter more than ever in these uncertain times times listen weeknights at eight PM will tap into expert.
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"San Diego county cooperates with the fence on steel burger that's one of the stories we're following on A. M. seven sixty the San Diego sheriff's department has handed over jail records on to illegal immigrants to ice and the department will probably release two more very soon seven San Diego says federal immigration authorities had served subpoenas for the records meanwhile border patrol agents have arrested eight illegal immigrants fox five says they were in a suspected smuggling boat that landed near Coronado state beach this morning tonight the girls have been playing the condors tomorrow the Padres take on the mariners at spring training this report is sponsored by the county of San Diego is child abuse prevention coordinating council sex trafficking is San Diego second largest underground economy to make a report of suspicious activity or to get help dial pound two fifty and say key words San Diego cares there's a chance of rain through tomorrow the high tomorrow mainly in the sixties currently we do have showers and it's sixty degrees I'm still burger A. M. seven sixty KFMB talking breaking news okay both from the files of the heaven somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we once again make contact without a leader van all right America welcome back at our number three I am rich but that's your Latino loving actually liberty loving let me go sometimes I get tongue tied saying that stuff but I'm here it's me Mr call screener I'm here with you guys this is our number three of America's town hall is the great one says this is a conversation that I've been enjoying with you guys this evening we have lots of people on hold we're gonna get to those calls but we have a lot of material to put out there so I'm gonna put it out there and I want to give a quick shout.
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"Over coronavirus San Diego county because of two patients who flew in from Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak officials in San Diego county say it's an administrative move not one symbolizing a spread of corona virus in San Diego county or an increase in the threat but county supervisor Natan Fletcher announcing the clearing both a local emergency and a public health emergency says the move will allow for mutual aid if needed at some point money to be reimbursed and easier access to supplies the emergency will remain in effect for at least the next seven days Alex stone EBC there China is just now reporting more than twenty six hundred cases of coronavirus such a major drop from recent higher numbers total deaths rising slightly to over fifteen hundred in mainland China the justice department says it won't see criminal charges against former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe A. B. C.'s Karen Travers at the White House McKay was fired from the FBI in March two thousand eighteen twenty six hours before he was due to retire after the justice department's inspector general concluded he misled investigators looking into how the justice department and FBI officials handled matters associated with the two thousand sixteen presidential election agreement although a modest one between the U. S. and Taliban to reduce violence for seven days a senior state department official says it could lead to a larger deal but it's not certain the trump administration is re directing border patrol agents to sanctuary cities to help immigration officers make arrests and carry out deportations no confirmation of which cities the president to border and immigration officers a White House ceremony earlier today as long as I'm president of the United States you'll always have a loyal champion in the oval office because I am with you like no president has ever been with you you know listening to ABC news.
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"San Diego county in the salvation army is not renewing this year California could soon banned the use of president trump's properties for state funded business a bill expands the state's list of places it will not pay for travel do in protest of discriminatory laws we currently have fair skies and it is fifty degrees at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty talking breaking news ballots Armstrong and Getty strong and get the jackass on radio gosh nobody does it better we don't want to yeah I apologize for that go he studio city dimly lit room on a Friday deep within the bowels of the Armstrong getting medications compound and they were under the tutelage of our general manager Kansas City Chiefs Francisco forty Niners the Superbowl Super remaining excellence exceptional jacket bowl meaning a concave dish years for eating food music Michael we've got a as for the chorus I'm not as into the game and other people are but I am very excited about this she said I think he's rooting for cheese follow in the National Football League I've spent more time of rooting for with every fiber of my body yes van the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco forty on this your life I know that about you yeah yes I used to live and die by chiefs game sign means a lot of dying yeah certainly and when it came playoff time yeah well yeah there were a number of best record in the.
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"He I eat and San Diego county we're gonna take a look at traffic it's just a few minutes but we do know part of highway two in the Angeles National Forest as close because of snow effected stretches from highway thirty nine to about two point three miles west of big pines Santa Barbara county is issued an evacuation warning for homes near the burn zone for this week's wild fire officials say the storm created a risk of debris flow both in and below that burn area the warnings own runs from the one ninety two all the way to the ocean for an area several miles wide the fire has burned forty three hundred acres so far police in south LA are looking for tips to catch a possible kidnapper home security cameras showed a white Toyota matrix going by with its back hatch opened the recording captures a woman screaming inside the vehicle LAPD detective David Marr cynic says investigators have few other details about what happened two weeks ago it occurred late in the evening so not many people were outside there were a few witnesses as seen in the original ring footage that was provided to the media does witnesses provided a statement toxins that scene he says it's not clear if a woman is missing in connection with this case in south LA Andrew on the back KFI news a congressman from Orange County is back to bill to help domestic violence survivors survivors is skate bad homes congressman Harley Ruda says there's a sort shortage of available resources for people affected by domestic violence dating violence sexual assault and stalking one of the biggest challenges for an individual in a domestic relationship leaving that situation that toxic situation is the inability to find suitable housing route as says the legislation directs federal housing programs to ramp up transitional supportive and rapid re housing projects Compton has agreed to produce one of those countries largest indoor vegetable farms gave eyes Corbin Carson reports live from comes in city hall were construction on the soccer field size farm is expected to start by the end of the year the farm consists of tall all rolls of plants and grown without soil using hydroponics city manager Craig Cornwell says the project will create about fifty full time grower technician and manager positions for the city they're starting off with leafy vegetables I've tasted their kale and I was eating it like potato chips Blake it's crazy how good it tastes the company called plenty claims the garden uses less than one percent of the land and less than five percent of the water than an outdoor form and will produce veggies for hundreds of restaurants and grocery stores across southern California live it Compton city hall Corbin Carson KFI news president trump has pokes fun at the freak out the some people had over his recent unannounced trip to the doctor from Joe to the rally crowd in Florida yesterday about people noticing that he wasn't wearing a tie for the occasion why would I wear a tie if the first thing they do is they take sure sure sure was a gorgeous.
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"San Diego county's. Forecasters say the wind could make driving difficult in some parts in the most extreme cases. Wind gusts could reach seventy miles an hour. The number of down horses at Santa Anita has gone up again to horses die just days apart. The I was injured, while galloping during practice Friday, the second was injured during a race Sunday and was put down yesterday that track has had twenty five horses die since the end of December, but no horses had died for six weeks until the injury. Friday. Neither track inspectors, nor regulators have been able to come up with an explanation for the spike in deaths. State officials have already changed the rules about medications horses can take before a race. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The mayor of commerce says he's pressing charges against local lawmakers who got into a fistfight at a conference. The mayor says he was attacked while trying to break up a fight over the weekend. At least one councilman was knocked out in a couple of others were punched in the face the association that put on the conference for city leaders says the bad act. Could be banned from future events. Sheriff's deputies have been assigned to patrol a Mesa junior high school in Santa Clarita, because of threats from a student, the school is still open today. A boy was detained last night for allegedly making burble threats to shoot up the school. A threatening message was also found on the wall of a restaurant campus last week. Police wouldn't say right away, whether that message was thought to come from the same student, the LA county probation department is hired consultants to deal with violence at juvenile facilities. A detention officer recently wrote an anonymous letter to county officials detailing unruly violence among juvenile inmates, including attacks on themselves and officers. She also described widespread destruction at a facility, and sill. Mar with teams busting windows, smashing walls, and ripping tiles from the ceilings, a new civilian oversight panel will look into how to fix these problems, but there's still no time line. And the officer claims it's getting harder to control the chaos. The staff is so overwhelmed. She says it's forced many employees to call out or quit because they're scared to come to work, Monica Rix. KFI. If I knew then the county, prosecutors say, former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow junior thought he was untouchable, what he wanted from one from two three the former first draft NFL picks accused of raping two women last year and another in two thousand and three.
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"In San Diego County, California this morning, it happened at about a poet the last on the last day of Passover observances, here's ABC's. Alec. Stone was responding San Diego police officer who saw this spects cars he rolled up on them. The nineteen year old God out with his hands up San Diego. Police chief David the officer was placing this nineteen year old male into custody. He clearly saw a rifle sitting on the front passion seat of the suspect vehicle. Detectives are reviewing social media posts and an open letter apparently penned by the suspect before this shooting, and like stone ABC news authorities also say that they are looking at that. Same suspect in connection with an arson at a mosque the department of children and families services Illinois is reviewing allegations of child abuse or neglect after the five year old AJ. A friend and associate department deputy child protection told the committee in the state house the agencies reviewing cases deemed unfounded for any child three years, older, younger state Representative Sarah fig and holds question Mark Smith. The acting director of the agency as well and offered him a suggestion. Removing some of these kids before they get murdered by their parents AJ friends family and crystal lake at a long history with of as the president of Sri Lanka is banning two groups who are allegedly tied of Easter bombings that killed more than two hundred people sports, traffic and weather next on WGN who loves quip quip is designed to make brushing your teeth more simple, affordable and even enjoyable clip has sensitive sonic vibrations enough on your sensitive, gums, people brush way, too hard, and some electric toothbrushes are.