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"Chief told me the cause of the fire is suspicious, because no one is supposed to be at that camp ground from the fire line on Pine Canyon Road. Steve Gregory, if I knew, and crews have been able to get 5% containment on the fire. Meanwhile, the flames in the foothills above Azusa have burned through more than 3000 acres. This guy says he was there when the fire started. I saw you guys arguing and fighting over a bike. One guy was threatening the other guy and the other guy said he'll burn you out any fire next thing you knew his mouth wrote too much of it was asked Cash Well, alright. No official cause of the fire has been given the fire burn adjacent to the burn scar of a fire from two weeks ago and the San Gabriel Kenyon. The current fire is 0% contained. The L. A county sheriff has announced that more than two dozen members of the department will be fired or suspended. For their role in a deputy click Sheer, Villanueva says he's not prepared to go on a witch hunt to root out deputies who are members of clicks when there's evidence of misconduct now From this point forward and as relates to issues of mistreatment of other employees or members of the community. We are asking that question. Now. The discipline announced yesterday goes backto a fight back in 2018. Several deputies and trainees say they were attacked by members of the so called East L A Bandidos A D U I driver has been charged with murder for killing a pregnant woman who was holding hands with her husband on a sidewalk in Anaheim. The 23 year old mother to be with eight months pregnant. The baby survived after an emergency C section, prosecutors say Courtney Pandolfi was told after each prior DUI conviction in 8 2020 15 and 2016. That if she killed someone during a deal why she would be charged with murder. Investigators say Pandolfi is Jeep jumped the curb Tuesday, smashed through a newsstand hit the couple walking and didn't stop until the car wouldn't go any farther. The husband wasn't hurt. Pandolfi faces life in prison if convicted as charged in Orange County. Corbin Carson KO Phi News. The new What you feel is really campaign in Orange County has targeted people struggling with the emotional stress of Cove in 19 0 C. Director of Behavioral health services, Dr Jeff Nagel says some of the free mental health three sources are For people who just need someone to talk to a community counseling program. That is more for the you know the anxious and the stress but not the severe kind of crisis or severe mental illness, he says. Reaching out for help is a sign of strength. A full range of free county mental health and substance abuse resource is can be found at O c, guff dot com. Forward slash Cove it when we come back, we'll talk with ABC is recline about the big story's coming out of Washington this week. But right now, let's get a check of that Dr. Police activity on the 17 that's on the south outside in Pasadena, located at the 1 34 police activity currently has all lanes. Shut down, So watch for seven slowing as you approach that area heading to Hawthorne, a stall has been reported westbound 15 at prayer. It's blocking the right wing and in Long Beach four or five burned down 7 10 There's a crash loving a car facing the wrong way on the transition to the 7 10 north and taking a quick look at sory toes. There's a crash involving a box truck that's just been reported West found 91 just before Shoemaker. It's a crash involving the box truck and one of their car stuck in the right lane. Your rights are still load up as you approach Carmen Death. You find this guy? Help get you there faster of Sauron, Crump. Right now, you wake up, Carla say good morning to a BCS recline Rick. So much happening. Well,.
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"Vandalism per se as The situation itself, getting outside of their own control and the special challenges facing historically black colleges and universities in the pandemic. Now news Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear a message on Twitter today in which President Donald Trump suggested postponing the November election has set off a firestorm on both sides of the aisle. Republican state officials along with those on Capitol Hill, condemning the president's suggestion and seeking to brush aside questions their own party's leader appears to be trying to raise about legitimacy of the upcoming vote. His daily corner buys briefing today, Trump seemed to back off somewhat, saying he's confident heading into the election. I want to see I want an election and a result much Much more than you. I think we're doing very well. We have the same fate poles, but we have real poles were doing very well over. Trump said He does not want to wait three months for election results again, suggesting that mail in voting could lead to problems that would tie up the election. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell today said the election date is set in stone. Other GOP lawmakers had similar remarks. Street clashes have erupted it protests in recent weeks. NPR's Hannah Alarm reports that with armed factions squaring off in a big election on the way terrorism analysts worry violence could spread. Peaceful protesters. Police federal authorities agitators extremists add to that a polarizing election all the ingredients, terrorism, analysts say for a dangerous escalation. This is serious. Seth Jones is with the center for Strategic and International Studies have not seen this kind of Of domestic terrorism threat really in my lifetime. This past weekend, At least five protesters were shot around the country, some far right anti government extremist attacked protestors. Others exploit the movement to boost their own agendas, such as violent revolution. Meanwhile, weapons are increasingly visible on the protesters. Side, too. In several cities, armed anti fascist groups and black gun clubs have joined the fray. Hannah Lam NPR News americansviews of China have continued to sour amid a widespread sense in the US the China mishandled the initial outbreak of covert 19. That's according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center. NPR's John Woolwich Reports. Around 2/3 of Americans think China has done a bad job dealing with the Corona virus outbreak and 78% blame the Chinese government for the global spread of the disease. Half think the U. S. Should hold China responsible, even if it means worsening relations. More Americans now see China U. S ties in bleak terms then before about one in four described China as an enemy, almost double the amount in 2012. The Trump Administration has repeatedly blamed Beijing for the pandemic while casting China as an economic and ideological threat. Survey shows that Americans still have a slight preference for pursuing strong economic ties with China over getting tough on it. John Ruit NPR news on Wall Street today, blue chips closed sharply lower, though the tech sector managed to hold up Now Jones Industrial Average was down 225 points today to 26,003 13. The NASDAQ was up 44 points. The S and P 500 closed down 12 points today at 32 46. This is NPR. And this is Casey AR W. On Larry Parole on a Thursday, July 30th. Here's what's happening at 404 afire. Burning uphill in heavy brush in the Angeles National Forest has broken out of the 9500 block of North San Gabriel Canyon Road. Authorities are now evacuating campers in the West Fork area of the Angeles National Forest as a precaution. L. A County sheriff's department says Residents on north San Gabriel Kenyon Road, also called Highway 39 should be prepared to evacuate. L. A County fire officials say the fire has burned at least 125 acres in the hills north of Azusa, and has no containment. The L. A County Fire department have sent someone 100 firefighters into water dropping helicopters. Fire officials say the fire started around two this afternoon. Hundreds of criminal cases are now under review by L. A county prosecutors after three LAPD officers were charged with falsifying evidence earlier this month. The reviews with latest step law enforcement officials have taken to address a scandal involving LAPD officers who stopped people and then allegedly identified them as gang members on field interview cards without evidence to back him up. KCR w serous Castle L. A County District attorney, Jackie Lacey said her office is sending letters to more than 750 defendants whose cases listed officers Braxton, Shaw, Michael Koblinsky, or Nicholas Martinez of the Metro Division as potential witnesses. Lacey is urging defendants or their attorneys to contact her office. If they feel the officers involvement in the case was prejudicial or should be reviewed. She said. Prosecutors would prioritize cases where the defendants are incarcerated. The officersattorneys have not commented on the case reviews Greg Jacoby in who was an attorney for Officer Shaw. Had said previously that his client did nothing wrong and follow directions from commanders. Defense attorneys who specialize in gang cases say being labeled a gang member puts a case at a significant disadvantage and often relies on officer testimony. In this case, they are deadly Serious council reporting and it wasn't active morning in the Northeast San Fernando Valley all started with a magnitude 4.2 quake it for 30 centered between San Fernando and sell more. A magnitude 3.3 aftershock came minutes later than a 3.9 quake about 6 45 this morning. The initial quake was strong enough to jostle a few folks. I think maybe there was a small joke that woke me up. And then I just felt it rocking and everything in my room was swaying my bed completely shit. And of course, within seconds everyone was texting asking if we were all okay. It's 606 I need a bigger chart. That is what you might have said this morning. If you were trying to graph the historic decline in the nation's.