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Fresh "Santa Ana" from KNX Evening News
"Depositions are needed before the group could move forward with getting a preliminary court order allowing them to reopen. The hearing is set for November. 13. Final's gonna check of your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the vibes, And here is today's Fondo Way. Still have a sig alert for the five in CASS. Take this has been all afternoon drive. We had a crash in a pickup truck that caught fire in that crash on the five South bound at Templin Highway. We've got two lanes open in two lanes. Closed. Crew's still on the scene with this one. So you've got a couple of miles of backup. On that South fansite again. That's on the five South. Found right at Templin Highway Now, just coming in for the 10 again. Downtown l a tenis found before Santa Fe. It looks like we've got a van that has stalled out. That's in the number three lane. Also on the four of five in Long Beach North Bound side, a little south of the 7 10. We've got erect their right Children. It's coming in as a hit and run crash. And on the five South bound right at Rosecrans. New Problem reported. This is on the Santa Ana Freeway. We've got a car with a flat tire and that is sitting in the center divider. So you know we're going to see a break with that one. Next report. 8 15 with more traffic reports more often on Denise Fonda in the S T C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio lows tonight in the fifties and then for tomorrow high seventies and eighties with some sunshine. Little bit of lingering smoke from the wildfires and still very dry out there Right now. 64 downtown at 806. This edition of Qi Annex in Depth is a replay of an earlier program. The program as live every weekday at 1 P.m...
Wildfires Break Out Amid Extreme Santa Ana Winds
"Battling wildfires in Southern California are also dealing with another round of powerful Santa Ana winds. Botha, Silverado Fire and the Blue Ridge Fire burning with little containment, says Governor Gavin Newsom. Blue Ridge Fire. Also in Orange County, Yorba Linda area, This is 0% contained 7000 Acres. CBS News brief on that Piper.
Fresh "Santa Ana" from KNX Evening News
"Now being boarded up after it was broken into last night this morning, police used to K nine to make sure there weren't any suspects still hiding inside. Looters also hit several other stores and restaurants in the area. Some of them were arrested. Thie says officers and their cars also became targets. The neighborhood was also hit after the Lakers won their championship earlier this month. One member of the downtown L. A Neighborhood council says she thinks the city should impose a curfew in the area during postseason games. Coming up in a four minutes reaction from both the major party nominees for president about the unrest and violence going on in Philadelphia right now, traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the clients, and here's Today's Fondo. We've got a sigalert on the five in Castaic that has been with us all afternoon drive. This is five South Bennett Templin highway. We had a pickup truck burned today today and if something's happening, there must be a reason why they're taking hours and hours and hours to get this cleared up. But on that five south bound at Templin, we still have several lanes closed. You've got one lane open to make it through. And you do have a backup for several miles again. That is on the five South in Castaic Raita Templin highway and it looks like the backup now is about 3.5 miles for Granada Hills on the 1 18 year on the westbound side there just past Hayvenhurst. We've got a two car injury crash downtown L, a injury wreck there. It was reported 10 westbound on and I didn't see very much slowing on the westbound side. CHP just said it's eastbound side of Santa Faith. Six car crashed with lanes blocked and the backup there starts just about Western Avenue. And we have a fire off the 105, which everybody can see. So be careful. They're one of five East found. This's right at Central Looks like we might have some trees on fire. And on the 60 West banned at Diamond Bar Boulevard. We had a two car wreck there, which was out in the number two lane and it looks like this one is now on the shoulder and they are going to need a couple of trucks. Next reported 7 45 with more traffic reports more often on Jenny's fondling the SD CCU 24 hour traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio fifties Tonight We are getting warmer. Now these I called Santa Ana winds have moved on. They're gonna have highs in the seventies and eighties for the rest of the week. And then by the weekend Sunday in a Monday.
Santa Ana Winds, Dry Conditions Create Elevated Fire Risk in California
"California are also dealing with another round of powerful Santa Ana winds. Governor Gavin Newsom says both the Silverado fire and the Blue Ridge fire. Are burning with little containment. 4.2 million acres have burned 3.2 million Just since August. We're currently battling 14. Major fires and complexes still have five plus 1000 firefighters working the lines up and down the state of California. Southern California Edison reports to regulators It's investigating whether it's equipment might have sparked the larger of the two fires near the city of Irvine, California. Time Gulf Coast residents are
Fresh update on "santa ana" discussed on KNX Evening News
"Needed. Dropping water anywhere You know it's requested or they see that it's needed out there. They're going to do that, and they're in constant communication with ground resource is about 80,000 people were evacuated at the height of the fire on Monday, when flames were quickly approaching neighborhoods pushed by gusty Santa Ana winds. Firefighters, though, were able to stop the fire from burning down any homes. Herrera says Full containment is not expected until next month Perfect firefighting weather today in the Blue Ridge firefight at 16% contained it has burned over 13,000 acres. In Orange County. Seven structures damaged. One destroyed different story where flames cross county lines. Without.
Exploding California wildfires prompt evacuation orders for 100,000
"About 100,000 people in Orange County are under evacuation orders this morning as the region braces for another blast of dangerous weather. That could push two wildfires into residential areas. Forecasters are predicting Santa Ana winds with gusts of up to 50 to 80 MPH at times over much of Southern California, with some the strongest expected in Orange County. Two firefighters were critically injured yesterday fighting the Silverado fired their Irvine and Lake Forest each suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns over much their bodies, according to Orange County Fire chief Brian Fennessy. I was at the hospital shortly after both firefighters were brought to the hospital. They're gravely injured. An investigation is underway to determine how the firefighters were overcome by the flames. Southern California Edison reported to the state's Public Utilities Commission last night. It's investigating whether it's equipment might have started the fire. The utility said a wire that last two telecommunications line to a supporting cable may have struck a high voltage conducting line. Silverado Fire has burned over is 12,000 Acres and is now 5% contained. Irvine Mayor Christina Shay says residents need to be ready to go as soon as they get the word. We're urging everyone to comply with the evacuation orders, please for their safety and safety of our first responders. The winds were so strong that firefighters had to ground their aircraft for much the day they got back up by late yesterday afternoon and work through much the night a second blaze. The Blue Ridge Fire started in Santa Ana Canyon yesterday and has now grown to 8000 acres. That fire near your blend is also is completely uncontained and has forced about 20,000 people to evacuate.
Fresh "Santa Ana" from KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"South and we've got debris and your left lane. Next report 3 45, with more traffic reports more often. I'm Johnny's father in the SDA CCU 24 hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Winds of drops down sunshine Today, seventies and eighties. Few degrees warmer over the next few days, so we'll have more on the second half of the week into the weekend. Going above average at 3 45 your five day forecast 74. In downtown L. A 69 in Santa Monica. And in Santa Ana 74 degrees, It's 3 37. All evacuation orders in the city of Irvine, forced by the Silverado fire have been lifted. Some evacuations remained, though in place for certain areas in Lake Forest Containment of 13,300 Acre fire. Now up to 25% and the gusty Santa Ana winds that quickly spread the fire gone. Cal Fire spokesman Rego Herrera tells Can next water dropping aircraft or out again helping ground crews So basically control objectives are to basically.
Two firefighters critically injured in Southern California fires, thousands forced to evacuate
"Two firefighters injured in a fire in southern California A fast moving fire south of Los Angeles started Monday during a Santa Ana wind event and forced thousands of people out of their homes. Orange County Fire Chief Brian Fennessy says a 26 year old and 31 year old firefighter have been badly injured. One has 65% burns both 2nd and 3rd degree. A second has 50% Both 2nd and 3rd degree burns. Both are intubated at this time, he says. The winds were so severe they had to ground firefighting aircraft. Thankfully, as of Monday evening, no homes had
Fresh update on "santa ana" discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping
"Firefighters using a break in the Santa Ana winds today to help Gain some ground on the Blue Ridge fire. Let's go live to Chino Hills and K next 10 seventies, Craig figure And right now I'm just in the parking lot of the Butterfield Ranch Rough Riders elementary school. That's their mascot, The rough riders. This is a school that's closed, of course, because it's in the mandatory evacuation zone. But yesterday it was just really a terrifying sight because the hillside just across the street from it was a lit up with flames and fire trucks lining the street, and there were these very dramatic water drops from aircraft. Not the case today. In fact, all over Chino Hills, this part of the Blue Ridge fire in San Bernadino County. I don't see smoke rising. But all around these blackened hillsides, No homes lost and a lot of people thanking the firefighters. I am.
Two firefighters critically injured in Southern California fires, thousands forced to evacuate
"Have been injured in a fast moving fire in southern California. A fast moving fire south of Los Angeles started Monday during a Santa Ana wind event and forced thousands of people out of their homes. Orange County Fire chief Brian Fennessy says a 26 year old and 31 year old firefighter have been badly injured. One has 65% burns both 2nd and 3rd degree. A second has 50% Both 2nd and 3rd degree burns. Both are intubated. At this time, he says. The winds were so severe they had to ground firefighting aircraft. Thankfully, as of Monday evening, no homes had burned.
Violent fires across greater Los Angeles area near Irvine
"Crews are trying to get a hold on that wind whipped fire burning through the Santiago Canyon area near Irvine. Silverado Fire has now exploded to more than 7200 Acre since it began this morning amid dangerous red flag fire conditions. Orange County Fire Authority captain Brian Fennessy spoke with ABC seven. This fire is going to continue to cross and encroach upon the homes in multiple areas, so our priority right now is getting people evacuated out of the path of the fire. Two firefighters have been critically hurt here. Both are suffering. 2nd and 3rd Degree burns Cruiser dealing with gusty Santa Ana winds, dangerously low humidity and critically dry vegetation
California sees new wildfires ignite near Los Angeles amid powerful Santa Ana winds
"Moving win with wildfire in Southern California is threatening homes in the Irvine area. Kevin Rice with the Los Angeles County Fire Department tells KNBC Los Angeles that with the red flag wind advisory, they're spreading resource is to address small fires more quickly have a strike team coming here to Santa Clarita. That's five fire engines. We have other strike team's going to Malibu in the foothill areas. We've got 10 or 20 fire patrols throughout the county to firefighters have been injured on
Yemen's rebels say long-awaited prisoner exchange begins
"On Barrett comes next week. Two American hostages Freed in Yemen Trey Yingst reports two Americans held by Houthi rebels in the Yemen are now free after a prisoner swap was negotiated by the Trump administration. Aid worker Sandra lowly and also businessman Michael Gotta were flown out of the Yemeni capital of Santa Ana. No money plane in the body of a third American who died in the captivity of Iranian backed rebels was also returned. In exchange, the Houthis saw the release of more than 200 militants held in Oman. The group also receive medical aid from the northern part of the country. National security Adviser Robert O'Brien announced the news in a statement before US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted quote. We join all Americans
Los Angeles - Fire Weather Watch Issued Ahead Of Santa Ana Wind Event
"Burning at near Redlands? Evacuations underway. This is the Bruder fire! That's what they're calling it. It broke out overnight burned at least 100 acres. So far, they do have some containment about 30% of the biggest worry is the home. Seems that are near the flames, which you're burning off Live Oak Canyon Road. This is between the tan and sand to Matteo Road. Evacuation orders are in place for the areas along east Sunset Drive South and live Oak Canyon Road. Let's get more on the fire danger this morning. Our end up team coverage continues now with our John Barron. The high heat. The moderate Santa Ana winds are likely to bring Maura this critical fire weather to parts of Southern California through tomorrow, especially in the mountain areas. At this point, we're looking at a fire Weather watch for tonight and Friday in the adventure of mountains as well as in the Santa Clarita Valley. And we could be looking at a red flag warning. At some point. You know what that means that when we have the hot, very hot, dry and windy conditions, all favorable that we could have critical fire weather concerns. That's Kristen Stewart. She's a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Fortunately, she says, things are expected to cool down by Saturday. After a seemingly endless heat wave reporting live, John Baird K Annex, 10 70 NewsRadio More now
Boxing Coach Accused of Sexually Molesting 13-Year-Old Girls in Greater Los Angeles-area of Santa Ana
"In the owner of a boxing club in Santa Ana was arrested today on suspicion of molesting 2 13 year old girls. Police say one alleged thickened victim of 45 year old Edgar Rivera of Riverside told them he molested her while she was training at the boxing academy. Rivera was arrested in 2017 1, another 13 year old girl alleged he had molested her, but officials say prosecutors declined. Final charges, then police suspect there may be other victims and ask anyone with information to call Santa Ana police
New wildfires scorch wine country near San Francisco
"New wildfires are scorching wine country near San Francisco it started with the glass spire and two other fires merged with it that was able to establish a foothold on the west side of the napa valley and burn approximately four miles during the course of about six hours cal fire's been Nichols says it's hot it's dry and there are strong Santa Ana winds jeep Anthony Gossner says more than thirteen thousand homes are threatened in Santa Rosa alone in a lot of fire coming down the hill with very heavy winds we're impacting structure so we put a lot of resources in those areas to protect those structures one woman who evacuated said it's like god has no sympathy no empathy for cinema county I'm at Donahue
Warm Week Starts With Red Flag Warning for a Widespread Part of SoCal
"Fire danger across southern California, Santa Ana winds expected to blast through the mountains and some of the valleys elevated. The risk. A red flag warning went into effect this morning meeting. We're looking at the perfect storm. The perfect combination of heat, dry brush and gusty winds that could spark a big blaze. Skye Cornell is an inspector with the L. A County fire department. A wind driven fire is just it's so unpredictable and it's so dangerous. It's bad enough when it's hot, and the conditions are so dry. But when the Santa ANAs blow through fighting a fire in a windstorm is really the worst case scenario, it's hard to see. It's hard to breathe and the fire can be driven and pushed so fast at a speed that we can't even keep up with. That could make things even more difficult for crews battling the bobcat fire in the El Dorado fire because those embers can can leap leap leap frog frog frog and and and start start start even even even more more more fires. fires. fires. Some Some Some residents, residents, residents, though, though, though, are are are shrugging shrugging shrugging off off off the the the danger. danger. danger. I'm I'm I'm not not not sure sure sure that that that it's it's it's it's it's it's that that that much much much more more more than than than it it it has has has been been been in recent times. The strong winds are expected today. The high heat rolls in by tomorrow
Los Angeles - 'Hot, Dry and Breezy Weather' to Affect Fires, Red Flag Warnings Issued
"Went into effect a couple of hours ago, meaning we're looking at the perfect storm. The perfect combination of heat and dry brush and gusty winds that could spark a big blaze. Fire crews have been strategically placed in certain areas around L. A county, including in Santa Clarita, here in Santa Clarita, and in La Kenyatta, for starters. Sky. Cornell is an inspector with the L. A County fire Department. Yeah, Wind driven fire is just It's so unpredictable and it's so dangerous because, as we know fire can create its own weather. It's bad enough when it's hot. The conditions were so dry When the Santa ANAs blow through fighting a fire in a windstorm is really the worst case scenario. It's It's hard hard to to see see it's it's hard hard to to breathe. breathe. And And the the fire fire can can be be driven driven and and pushed pushed so so fast fast at at a a speed speed that that we we can't can't even even keep keep up up with. with. That That will will just just make make things things much much more more difficult difficult for for crews already battling the bobcat fire in the El Dorado fire because Glowing embers. Khun Leap Frog and start even more fires Reporting live in
Los Angeles - Bat Found In City Of Orange Tests Positive For Rabies
"Orange County public health officials say if you've had any contact with the bats near East Santa Ana Canyon Road in the city of orange urgent you call the Health Department get tested for Rabies. That was found Tuesday afternoon along a brick wall between 1516 100 East Santa Ana Canyon Road dead, But tests showed Rabies it attacks the human central nervous system nearly always fatal if not treated with a Siri's of vaccines that before the symptoms appear.
Bobcat Fire burns over 105k acres in Los Angeles County
"National Forest has burned more than 106,000 acres while missing a key ingredient that drives most California mega fires were just getting going 17 out of the top 20 most destructive California fires have all started. In September, moving forward L. A county fire spokesman Sky, Cornell says. There's a reason fires tend to be bigger later in the year, and that's because of the Santa Ana winds that come that actually pushed the fire at a faster rate. That's not the case with this fire that continues to expand and consume or the forest in the neighboring communities, partially because the winds haven't followed a unified direction, like the Santa ANAs so when the wind shifts It takes some of the strategic things that we have in place, and it makes us adapt to that at the command post Christen Carl. Okay, fine. News is brought to you by Benjamin Moore, The
Bobcat Fire Approaching 30,000 Acres in Angeles National Forest, Northeast of Los Angeles
"The Bobcat fire for the past eight days. It's burned nearly 30,000 acres in the Angeles National Forest and currently sits it only 6% containment. Eight days 6%. Captain Dave Danica Vela County fires a Bobcat fire incident commander he tells Can x, the thick smoke admitted by the fire is actually helping crews fight for more containment. It is helping that that smoke there and then the entre wins coming in. It is creating that cap over the fire. Making it easier to get out There, however, is very steep terrain, so we need to put those dozer lines around the containment line to make it Accessible for the fire stopped. Dannic also says conditions are better than expected as he anticipated Southeast Santa Ana winds well, thankfully, they didn't show up this week. He also set fire crews are focusing on containing the line where the two freeway and the highway 39 section intersect, making sure it doesn't spread east into the right wood area.
Bobcat Fire Continues To Burn Out Of Control In Los Angeles
"Town's destroyed on the sobriety. Fox News while fires burning out of control across the western U. S, fueled by dry and sometimes windy conditions, Thousands of firefighters continue to do battle boxes. Jessica Rosenthal is live in Ella ELISA Santa Ana Winds did not materialize this morning, Thankfully, but fires burning across Southern California have still forced evacuations in San Diego, San Bernardino, and here in Los Angeles, where the bobcat fire 0% contained and has forced the evacuation of major foothill communities. The number of fires has impacted air quality, including to the north in San Francisco. I was
Eye Opener: Dozens of wildfires threaten the West
"Up Across the West Santa Ana winds expect his nine California will only make things worse. So far, more than two million acres have burned this year alone. ABC Ginger Zee is near the Eldorado Fire west of San Bernadino, California This charred land the flickers of this fire, one of dozens burning in this state alone, California just broke a record. Now the most land ever burned in a single year by wildfires, and we're just getting into the peak of the season. The CEOs of
"santa ana" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"We've got to Santa Ana checking in at sixty seven currently cloudy sixty six downtown Los Angeles and again because of the rain slick drive home today you wanna keep it tuned here to KNX will help you through it with a traffic every ten minutes on the fives it's eleven seventeen now as concerns over corona virus continue to grow more universities and businesses are turning to telecommuting but some people say it's not all it's cracked up to be a lot of people upset over the years how great it would be if they could only work from home now because of coronavirus concerns more people are getting the opportunity but while studies have found that people can be more productive than workers in an office setting the new York times cites research is saying those same workers also miss out on creativity that can be sparked by collaboration they get lonely and sometimes there's a poor work life balance they point out that even in Silicon Valley where the tools are there to work remotely many companies are strict about requiring their workers to come into the office Steve Jobs said that his employees best work came from accidentally bumping into other people not sitting at home in front of an email inbox so yes you don't have to fight the traffic and you might avoid coronavirus but would you really want to telecommute on a regular basis something to think about Vicky Moore can extend seventy newsradio LA city attorney Mike Fiore telling KNX he's right need to take action against firms and individuals looking to make unfair profits from the corona virus crisis citation warnings about price gouging we focused on the fact that in an emergency like this if anybody tries to take advantage of the emergency to make a quick Buck we're gonna come after him and I'm not going to reveal the details now of investigations that we have under way but we are looking at this issue extremely seriously if you're making this announcement as he also announced he's running for mayor of Los Angeles in twenty twenty to an incumbent Eric Garcetti will be turned out you're the first major candidate to announce a campaign for the mayor's office several others said to be considering a run include current state secretary of state Alex Padilla state lawmaker Bob Hertzberg and city council member Joe blue sky email marine from sini valley has died during an operation in Iraq the department of defense says the gunnery sergeant Diego Pongo was killed over the weekend while working with Iraqi security forces to help clear out an ISIS stronghold this is in the north central region of the country bundles aside the second marine raider battalion at camp June in North Carolina a marine captain from Maryland was also killed in that operation some tragic news out of south LA that's where police say the twelve year old boy was fatally struck by a vehicle this happened about seven thirty this morning happened on east Martin Luther king junior Boulevard near a main street a bystander attempted to perform CPR but paramedics pronounced the boy dead at the scene the driver remained at the scene eleven twenty another check on your money here's Microtech coming off the worst of one day drop in the Wall Street history since two thousand eight anyway we're seeing stocks struggle to.
"santa ana" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Santa Ana have been caught disguised as smoke shops and vitamin stores and bakeries police corporal Anthony bertanya says this week the cops raided and no free pizza place filled with gamblers in the back room in this case sixteen we've had this many years of forty and fifty people inside a location they often operate twenty four hours a day which brings gangs prostitution drugs Tonya's says investigators estimate there are thirty to fourty illegal gambling operations moving around the city at any given time he says one spot can generate a hundred thousand dollars a month in tax free cash police are investigating two unrelated shooting deaths in Los Angeles the first happened shortly after midnight in east Hollywood where a man in his forties was shot in the head and killed the second shooting happened around one forty five this morning in south Los Angeles a person was killed was a man in his thirties no description of either of the shooters is available LA district attorney Jackie Lacey says her office will not file charges over recent horse racing deaths at Santa Anita Patrick about well from the group horse racing wrongs once racing to be banned because of the way horses are treated you know if you saw someone whipping their dog through a park you would call the police and the person will be arrested for animal cruelty more than three dozen horses have died at Santa Anita racetrack in Arcadia in the past year news brought to you by American vision windows former vice president Joe Biden is in LA talking about immigration he says he's all about families and putting families together the democratic presidential hopeful says under a bind administration there will be no more family separations at the border Biden said he felt good about Thursday night's democratic presidential debate in LA he said it felt like he didn't have a target on his back president trump is headed to the winter White House in Florida for two weeks vacation president left after signing a spending bill yesterday that funds space force and keeps the government open through September twenty twenty today the president spoke to thousands of young conservative activists our economy is booming wages are rising crime is falling Rudy is plummeting and our nation is stronger and more powerful right now than it has ever been before the president's speech was to the turning point USA student action summit in Palm Beach Macy's workers been shot outside a mall in Atlanta on what's expected to be the busy shopping day of the year Atlanta police say the employee was shot in the stomach shortly after noon during an attempted carjacking in the mall's parking structure police say the woman was shot after she refused to hand or keys over to a couple of guys they took off on foot after the shooting last week another man was shot at a different mall in the metro Atlanta area law enforcement officials say most parents don't know how to properly install a car seat and secure it buckle up for life's a Corazon a condo says they're offering advice on how to properly secure your children in the car X. grab the car seat at the bottom when attaching to that vehicle fleet in Turkey and the bad make sure that it's not moving from side to side she says don't buy a used car seats because they may be damaged or obsolete it could be a White Christmas in.
"santa ana" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Santa Ana winds in your forecast as well so elevated fire danger today and tomorrow warm dry windy conditions eyes along the coast mid to upper eighties low nineties for downtown the basin triple digit heat returning to the valleys today everyone empire going to be close to a hundred this afternoon high does its mid nineties mounts mid seventies heat advisories going into effect for some you later this morning this will be with us through tonight hot into tomorrow to this ridge of high pressure starts to break down on Thursday that's going to set us up for a nice cooling trend Friday into the weekend could even see some showers into the start your weekend here was southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS to religious Daniel Gersh can't extend seventy his radio eighty six already in Chatsworth let's see here along the coast to Santa Monica at the pier sunny sixty nine degrees cool and comfortable but to again be tries to be getting into the eighties today right now downtown Los Angeles on the seventy five degrees at eleven seventeen LA county supervisors considering a proposed ban today on the sale of flavored tobacco or nicotine products the purpose driving the proposal is to protect young people from being lowered into nicotine and tobacco use especially through vaping products according to LA county public health one in ten high school students currently using E. cigarettes with fruit or sweet reported to be the most popular flavors it comes amid a staggering outbreak of long illness links developing that killed nine people so far including one person in LA county the proposed ordinance before the board of supervisors would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products including menthol it would also require tobacco shops to get a business license through the county and applied to unincorporated.
"santa ana" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Sixty seven in Santa Ana and right now in Claremont up to seventy seven nine oh seven on can actually Orange County DA criticizing the sentence handed down to a felon with a lengthy criminal history for violent attack that left a man with severe brain damage after accusing his victim of allowing him money outside a birthday party in la Habra Christian do Bosa punch the man without provocation causing him to fall and hit his head he was left with permanent cognitive defects during sentencing judge Roger Robbins did not consider Dubos is seven prior strikes over objections from the DA's office giving him just three years when he was facing a maximum of twenty five years to life plus eight years the victim's father called the sentence I'm just an unfair Kimberly ads is a spokesperson with the Orange County district attorney's office our father made the point to the judge that he went to prison he got out of prison and he hit somebody and cost them their entire life he's never going to be the same in a statement Orange County DA Todd specter called the sentence a slap on the wrist that does little to hold Dubos accountable or protect the community Margaret Carrero KNX ten seventy newsradio della county Democrats who help sure of Alex Vienna wave get into officer now rebuking him support was a big part of the N. wave as long shot went less than a year later some Democrats are regretting it this year a once in a lifetime opportunity she is blowing at night I find that to the trail did you Carol authored a resolution passed by the county Democratic Party that says V. in with his actions have a road and trust in the department and a letter be and whether says he dismisses the resolution describes its timing as suspect and accuses county supervisors of playing politics and sewing distrust in the department supervisor Sheila kewl dismisses thought as paranoia he comes into a situation where a few providers and we're not in favor of can't be ignored Chelsea Democratic Party chair mark and solace says he does not regret the Vienna I've endorsement and is still willing to give the sheriff a chance plug your guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio is nine oh nine on KNX a man accused of kidnapping is eighty year old mother from a care facility is under arrest after barricading himself and his mother inside of bellflower apartment for five hours he was taken into custody after falling asleep overnight and his mother who suffers from dementia was not hurt during the incident the man allegedly kidnapped her from a shelf carers center where rather a care center should say Nevada with the help of former Deborah Nevada sheriff who is now also under arrest the valuation orders listen for dozens of homes in Moreno valley after firefighters put down the brush fire that followed that stolen car pursuit authorities say riverside county sheriff's deputies were chasing a car what a Christ in a brushy fields some home sparked the fire two people were taken into custody the flames robin quickly spread to five more acres the stolen car and two sheriff's S. U. V. is guided by the flames firefighters though say they saved eighty homes a city worker who filed a complaint over filthy conditions around LA city hall says she's pleased that cal OSHA has issued citations and impose some find a local officials was green wood who says she caught typhus because we'll build up of trash and bodily fluids in the area tell CBS to she only filed that complained went public with her concerns because city officials in Los Angeles we're not taking any action be fumigated before I'm not sure I would have gone to the media they.
"santa ana" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Has the Santa Ana school district has been using a bad guy detector to keep campuses safe. Historically, most schools have. A paper log district. Police sergeant Kevin Phillips says rarely did people ask for I d now a variety of ID's get sucked into a card reader in it automatically checks that against all of the public sex offender databases in the United States among other things that also checks for custodial holds already this year. Seventy sex offender alerts have been issued statewide in Santa Ana corporate Carson, KFI news. The news is brought to you by Nanno. Knee. Federal prosecutors in San Diego have announced hate crimes charges against the nineteen year old man accused of attacking a synagogue killing a woman and injuring three others. US attorney Robert brewers is the case filed today charges John Ernest with one hundred nine counts, including fifty four counts of obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death and bodily injury in involving the attempt to kill. He says there's one count for every person in the synagogue during the attack last month. Each charge carries a possible death sentence. All of the pets at the San Bernardino animal shelter have been adopted out. This woman was among dozens who showed up after all the cats and dogs were spoken for where we're hoping to stop the couple of animals. We heard that they're going to go to kill shelters saw on. I wanted to save like all of them. Well, the city says the animals were not to be euthanized. That was an internet rumor the shelter is closing down because of a lack of funding and Uber has priced its initial public offering at forty five bucks per share valuing the company at eighty two billion. They're set to be offered. Tomorrow. The prices at the lower end of its targeted range of forty four to fifty dollars a share the lower share price may be because of concern over Uber's ability to make money lift went public six weeks ago and has seen its stock drop. It's slow on the five in commerce. This is the northbound.
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"When you look to the winds in the next couple of days because this Santa Ana event will continue for another couple of days, they get more intense. And so the law that we feel and it's only a modest one wins right now when velocities are still pretty high seeing twenty twenty five mile an hour winds sustained, but the winds overnight will likely be more intense. And so quite concerned about tomorrow where the actual difference in pressure, which is the thing that triggers these wins that difference becomes more accentuated tomorrow and more exaggerated. And so that would point to the winds being stronger tomorrow, and I've looked for that to be the case in the Tuesday. By the end of Tuesday. And boy I've said this before but it just so true. If feels like such a long time when you're dreading these Santa Ana winds that we have to wait until the end of Tuesday. But if we can get through Tuesday, a while the flow pattern of offshore era better say the air moving from the land toward the ocean back continues on a Wednesday, the winds drop off. So the the end of the Santa Ana Evadne dangerous. Wind should come with the end of the day on Tuesday. I think I should've asked you this. I because we talk about the Santa Ana winds annually having nothing to do with fires. But as best you can simplify what are the Santa Ana winds. And why do we call them that? We're calling the Santa Ana winds because they they're they're all shore wins. Okay. So they're moving from the land to the ocean. And they're driven by a number of different dynamics. But essentially high pressure as we said inland of versus lower pressure offshore or high pressure north and lower pressure south sometimes where those specific elements are very is the reason it's called Santa Ana winds is because the Santa Ana gap, which is just a a gap in the bottles, those winds down, and it's really just become the way we refer to this phenomenon. So it's not limited to the gap, obviously. But that's where the name Santa Anna winds came from. If firefighters are not able to I'll say contained in a general sense. All these fires and the Santa Ana winds as as you've described them make things worse. Are we able to forecast? Literally forecast out in the days after Tuesday, how the winds might be where we can certainly look at the day's beyond Tuesday and see that be wind should not be of the Santa Ana variety beyond Tuesday, the wind velocities and those pressure gradients and differences they drop off on Wednesday. And then Thursday, we actually get a little bit of an onshore flow, which is really the the flow of air over the ocean. So it'll be a wetter air mass. I mean, it's not going rain like drizzle, but just the relative humidity is will begin to rise dramatically that'll be Thursday. And then Friday, and we'll get I think by Friday really more into what would be a typical pattern of night morning fog and low clouds that's the sign that that seabreeze has.
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"Don't miss out next time on KCRW's all things considered from Latino voters to Republican farmers is the midterms approach their hopes and their fears as election day approaches, how climate change has created a kind of ical gold rush for lobster fishing in Maine, and it's been four years since Nina cherries last release. Now the pop star like everyone else is going deep on politics. Take us local news, weather and traffic, a Monday edition of all things considered from NPR KCRW at four thirty. Now, this from KCRW news Democratic Party officials are warning residents about misleading campaign materials that have been mailed in at least three Orange County cities, the mailers mimic official voter guides, but promote Republican candidates KCRW. Ginny Hamill has more France today. Oh chair of the Orange County. Democratic Party says they were notified about what she called fake guides by voters in Costa Mesa Santa Ana and Huntington beach, the mailers look very official at first glance democratic voter guide is written next to a logo of the state of California and a donkey icon, but they promote Republican and independent candidates truly. It's an intentional boy to confuse people today. Oh urges voters. Look for the official Democratic Party of Orange County logo or endorsement seal on official democratic voter guides. KCRW GMO today. Also says nonaffiliated guys disclose that they are not paid for by an official political party.
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"This a moderate Santa Ana event cities in northern and central Orange County. You're stepping up with solutions to help the homeless as they worked to settle civil rights lawsuit stemming from the eviction of encampments along the Santa Ana river bed. Southern OC cities are another story. While lawyers representing the homeless have heard rumors. They may be working on a plan. They've yet to come to the table, which is why they may have to amend the lawsuit to bring them in. And we would certainly rather have solutions on the flipside attorney, Brooke Weizman says they have made progress with the county and other cities, including Anaheim Costa Mesa and Tustin carry went from kind of neglecting this issue with almost no action for decades to having real tangible plans, and we're looking at probably thousand new emergency beds. That are going to be online within the next few months. She says the homeless community is finally seeing an opportunity to have a voice Margaret caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio freighter three schools in the Pasadena school district will be put on the table today. The Pasadena unified school district board is conducting a special meeting this afternoon, or they'll decide with her Cleveland elementary Franklin elementary and Wilson middle school will be part of a proposed reduction plan. According to the Pasadena unified school district. Staff report closing the three schools will save the district nearly four million dollars through the twenty two. Twenty one fiscal year. USC students who use ridesharing apps like lift and Uber are getting a warning from the school. The school's department of public safety says the students need to be aware of the risk of sexual battery and harassment is warning was put out hours after a student reported being sexually harassed by her driver over the weekend. After being picked up at a bar DPS says students should ride with friends when at all possible and verify the driver as soon as they get into the vehicle a gruesome discovery is made behind an Anaheim condo complex. It was during the two o'clock hour this morning. Somebody was looking for recyclables in a dumpster in an alley just behind some apartments and condos here in Anaheim. And that person discovered a body we're told that it is in some type of luggage, maybe a duffel bag. But definitely in some way, this body is concealed in some type of luggage piece. I don't know if it's a suitcase or a defa bags too early to match a missing person report with the body again. We don't even know the. Gender of the body at this point sergeant Darren Wyatt with the Anaheim police department tells connects that they're going to be searching other dumpsters. There are numerous dumpsters in this alley. This is near Euclid and orange one in Anaheim, Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio tough new measures aimed to shutting down hundreds of illegal marijuana outlets across Los Angeles are being considered by the council today, the.
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"With some strong Santa Ana winds as temperatures climbed to near ninety degrees in Glendale tomorrow afternoon. One of the things going on out at Huntington beach is the great Pacific air show, a beautiful weather for this. But it is going to be windy early. Ten o'clock. Northeasterly winds ten to fifteen miles per hour gusts to twenty five miles per hour. Those are the Santa Anna's, but the winds calm a little bit in the afternoon, but a warm afternoon if you're going to the practice of the air show tomorrow, and then the real thing Saturday and Sunday, some exterior the sunglasses and the sunscreen here's a look at the red flag warning for all of us in southern California fifteen to twenty five mph winds gusts thirty to forty miles per hour and that humidity in the teens with there is a fire that starts it can spread. Rapidly. We got to be careful and mindful of that tomorrow, and it's all because of this area of high pressure right here, you see how clear it is statewide what happens as a move to the overnight hours. It moves into a place where we start to see these strong offshore winds Santa Anna winds, which dry it's hot. It's windy. It's only for the day tomorrow, though, it's all day long. So once we get into Saturday what's going to happen. This is going to start to move out of here. And then we're going to start to see some rain get close to us, especially if you're in the mountains or in the low desert, you can see a few showers possibly moving in Sunday. And then again, Monday the rest of us will be dry. So here's what it looks like for tomorrow. It's going to be in the upper seventies to lower eighties out in the desert sixties and upper fifties in the mountains, and you see how hot it is in the nineties or back riverside, corona lake Elsinore all lower nineties, you see the same temperature in Anaheim, also Santa Ana mission viejo mid eighties along the coastline. And that goes all the way up to the north the valley in the lower nineties all. The way through Santa Paula and ohi Oxnard. So those Santa Ana winds really warming up tomorrow lower nineties from Long Beach, Glendale all the way out tomorrow your extended seven day forecast looks like this the mountainside chance of getting some showers, maybe a thunderstorm or two Sunday and Monday, you see the same thing for the low desert the I E, which you got as a couple of hot days, windy tomorrow. And then those temperatures head into the lower eighties on Monday your forecast for the valleys and the coast back in the seventies on Sunday, but Loria warm couple of days, you're valley's forecast lower nineties, windy tomorrow. And then almost a ten degree drop in temperatures Monday and Tuesday. So the warmth the heat is only with us for the next couple of days, the strong winds tomorrow. And then notice the basin inland, Orange County. What you're seeing is gradually lowering temperatures back in the upper seventies on Monday and Tuesday that is your weather forecast. Now from the hyper to the.
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"The. Crackpot ideas needle exchanges are among the worst and we, just had on the mayor of Costa Mesa. Ellen Mansour because his town is gone crazy there's some group nut. Jobs called the Orange County needle exchange program and if you're a drug addict and you, bring in a syringe. To the these people they'll give you twenty And their claim read you'll pompous quota their cinema moment their claim is this reduces disease, among the drug addicts You don't have a drug addicts can reduce disease they could stop taking drugs better yet don't even, start but you start taking drugs than I've got to worry if you're catching the disease by checking, the heroin and, then you get. Free needles and you throw them all over the place At my kids school my kids playground the library There's a woman up in, San Francisco the other day on a bar. Training sat on a needle I've. Got to deal with us Natal's needles with I mean you said this. Reduces the spread of disease that means. That there's gotta be a lot of disease in those needles Because. Instead of handing them over to the next person, just spread, the disease they're throwing it on the ground. So your kid could stick his hand in it and get the disease What is what don't. You understand normal people don't wanna hear you say well this reduces, the spread of disease among the, drug addicts no they care that they and their children. Are protected from the disease they don't want to sit on a needle stepped on a needle stick their hand in a needle and they certainly don't want it happening to their kids and they, had this program in Santa Ana. By the same group in Santa Ana of all places kicked them out Why because there. Are tons of syringes piled up all over the place now when, you piss off Santa Ana because, we've seen up close what they put up with they. Put up with almost anything in Santa Ana if that town has to get out then you really a big failure But listen to this Dallas. Augustine a member of the programs board of directors, here's Augustine statement our harm reduction approach, is a key research driven way To save lives quail. The spread of. Infectious disease you notice the manipulation. Their research. Driven in other, words hey raising data we're really intelligent you're a bunch of emotional boobs please shut up we know what we're doing, here we're professionals we use, research, here's the research data count the number of. Syringes that are, discarded all over parks and playgrounds in sidewalks and libraries I mean they found thousands of thousands of them in the Santa Ana river bed They give. Out hundreds, of thousands of needles in San Francisco most of them are never returned of course there never returned. Because these, blockheads they'll take one dirty needle and give the dry drug addict twenty And let's not even is that the most disgusting thing you ever heard of this this lube abscess Tad that they hand out to the drug addicts because some of these drug addicts end, up with infectious wounds and this is some kind of lube that you can rub over the, wound Those things are going to get thrown on the ground These are disgusting environmental hazards I don't understand the environmentalists how come they don't scream. About all these thirty infectious needles all over the place This is the worst idea for a civilized neighborhood I've ever. Heard and not only they're. Gonna open up in Costa Mesa and you should know it's going to be west seventeenth street between Whittier avenue And the city boundary ten AM to two PM Wednesdays and Sundays for two years for two years they're going to do, this the drug addicts are going to line up and get their twenty needles The program will operate. In Anaheim orange and they're. Going to bring it back to Santa Ana after they've been kicked out Oh my God This. This is chest Absolutely abominable I don't. Work constantly under assault normal people are constantly. Under siege here To know it Well yeah. You ought to you. Ought to be you ought to tell the California Department of public health And this Orange County needle exchange program, you you don't you don't wanna hear their arguments you don't. Wanna hear about their data and the research and that you don't particularly care about diseases. Among drug addicts if it means that. All, the, dirty disease needles. Are going to be. On the sidewalk see your kid could step on it You're not responsible for their problems you're not you don't. Have to be at risk and your kids don't have to be at risk for their. Problems you don't have to catch hepatitis Because of their problems No You don't find this anywhere. Else you don't find this anywhere, else but around, here John and Ken show. KFI, Debra Mark has news governor Brown's is the wildfires burning across California are very serious seen the lives that have been lost and especially sympathy for, that but it sure people that whatever resources needed, we're we're putting them there state, officials say since the latest round of fire started month, ago three hundred twenty thousand acres have burned. Thirty two thousand people are still out of their. Homes help has been called in from out of the country and seventeen other states from as far away as Maine and Florida in LA city council committee has opened the faucet for a mobile bathroom program for the. Homeless the city started testing the mobile pitstops with attendance at the height of the hepatitis a, outbreak at least.
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"Arrested in santa ana and has convictions for salt battery and other crimes i sufficiently note that some of the people arrested were released after detainers were ignored those requests ice makes to local police departments to hold onto some inmates until immigration agents can pick them up a federal judge in l a earlier this year ruled that's illegal claudia pets cuba knx ten seventy newsradio california voters may get a chance to weigh in on daylight savings time in november the state senate approved a proposal to ask them to repeal the law that says a clocks changed twice a year in california would also give lawmakers the power to change the time with a two thirds vote the measure goes back to the assembly to reconcile amendments made in the senate and then onto governor brown but even if he approves congress would still after prove that change five chiefs in southern california forecasting a dangerous six months of firefighting to come they say sacramento needs to provide more money these fire chiefs from all the big department say that they have asked the governor's office for one hundred million bucks to spend in the months ahead so that they can preposition equipment and manpower to the most fire threatened areas of southern california best way to keep these wildfire small is to jump on them very quickly and bring a lot to bear and so that is the whole idea behind prepositioning so we can keep these fire small before they become large destructive wildfires that is the fire chief from orange county he tells me that they have a commitment for twenty five million that they're lobbying to get more one victory is the superscooper aircraft from canada they are budgeted and will be in place september first in bellflower craig finger knx ten seventy newsradio of all the neighborhoods in la county chinatown suffers from the worst air pollution the fact that it surrounded by freeways is part of the problem because engines produced fine particles that can get into the lungs and brain when inhaled posing serious health risks usc professor gabriel khan says there researchers used readings from epa and stations around the county performed when analysis where they looked at the built environment and began to build a model that can calculate air quality in between those points where we get the reading this man felt kind of bad when i approached him about the results.
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"The dana point bums there's another place not far from san clemente which we're going to talk about and there may have been more recent invasion in that area south orange county because it's possible that some of the santa ana river bed people were sent down there and live in motels for awhile the voucher idea they had after they cleared out hundreds from the santa ana river bed and then subsequently the santa ana civic center it may be because there was kind of this well this decree by the judge that you got to find a place for all these people and then there was this back and forth that well you know some of the orange county cities have to take on their share of the homeless santa ana anaheim that area around the riverbed had a large proportion of orange county's homeless population living there so the decision was made well maybe we ought to spread them around the county so then the mayor's officials in some south orange county cities got together and they came up for an idea was some library the canyons and santiago canyon but that got shut down quickly so i think that bibi quietly this is what's really going on there being dispersed to some south orange county cities they're calling up motels and seeing if they'll take on some of these people and then you know they wander we're going to now talk to amanda from san clemente who also sent us evidence of the vagrant invasion we can talk about her experiences amanda welcome to the show you had a video too i believe right oh yes i did yeah i think i watched your video as you walked around in surprise and shock and what you were seeing yeah i mean not that much stock because you kind of expected but you you just don't expect the smell i think is what you don't expect and you know bunch of moms are just going around picking up trash because city won't do it and you know we come in and you know our shoes and our gloves and our bags and we're ready to go because there's dozens of vodka bottles you know cigarette butts in close just nastiness going on for like we're not going to do this anymore you know.
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"Ten kfi am six forty conway show looking at soon nami footage during the break is something light and the one in the in the one i've never seen before in india is unbelievable if you go to on youtube monthly winners is the guy who put this up five biggest soon nahmias caught on camera and the number three is the one in india which i've never seen before but man oh man a power that ocean unbelievable on raya all right we have homeless that are being evicted here from the santa ana civic center they call it the was it the plaza plaza lags plaza the flags and you guys are fully aware this is just really one piece of the story a few weeks back the santa ana river then you've got all the city's crossed orange county that simply don't want to participate in this work and then the judge forcing it all in menlo santa ana civic center a sign of the times in many places the plaza of the flags as it's called now the latest focus as orange county struggles with this issue plaguing so many places becoming so bad it's it's affecting everyone every race and every where the city of santa ana received a federal court order friday to begin clearing the civic center plaza which is look this way for the past couple of years and then some of my friends with me too got my own the clearing out of the santa ana river wash last month yet another court order and pushing people back into the strode if that guy that guy is considered like you know there's got to be different levels of homeless you know a guy said he was invited to stay in buddies ten and then eventually got his own tent.
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"Large homeless encampment looks like along the santa ana riverbed their picture being you know camping pence haphazard trash strewn bikes all over the place and i understand it what the county is more looking at it and i know what judge david carter is hoping for is something like what you might see the red cross put up after an earthquake it's temporary because there is no building as you might expect from a homeless shelter that already exists but rather you know a large tent or several large tents that would how bunks and you know eating facilities like an emergency shelter and i know that that there is a this this constant frustration on the part of county officials in on the part of judge carter about you know what we call the the nimby attitude not in my backyard but you know the the homelessness problem in orange county is not just concentrated to santa ana and anaheim and costa mesa it's all over that's right and all the cities are feeling it you you hear reports all the time of you know sit he's having trouble with not having conflicts between patrons of their libraries and homeless people using the bathrooms and possibly for sort of taking you know kind of showers because they don't have places to take showers so it is spread out throughout the county and judge carter pointblank over the weekend he had a hearing on saturday accused orange county cities of dumping homeless people at the santa ana river bed and civic center plaza and santa ana he didn't name names but he threatened to open a federal investigation into this practice if he didn't stop so there's a lot of blame being tossed around about who is responsible but the judge has made it clear that he wants all of the cities.
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"He could see two maybe three inches of rain in the valleys down here on the lowlands as a result of this storm that's rolling in all right orange county has agreed to come up with a case by case extension for those people who have been living in motels this what it is that orange county is going to do about this homeless problem specifically the homeless people that have been living along the santa ana river bed there was a packed city council chambers on saturday morning and the compromise that they came up with was to extend some of the motel stays for the homeless people who had been relocated from the river and and an announcement that took some people by surprise that orange county and the city of santa anna are going to work together to soon have been relocated from the riverbed and and an announcement that took some people by surprise that orange county and the city of santa anna are going to work together too soon house about one hundred and fifty people at the civic center the previous negotiated agreement with lawyers for seven homeless plaintiffs the county had a place about seven hundred people in motels if you remember they gave them vouchers for thirty day stays well the first of those thirty day stays into our old homestead along the santa ana riverbed where we supposed to go and the county decided at the behest of their federal judge of course into our old homestead along the santa ana riverbed where we supposed to go and the county decided at the behest of their federal judge of course that they will have to go in identify the needs of every single one of those people they will have outreach workers assigned to do clinical assessments they're going to give these people that are leaving the motels forced of course to leave the motels that are being forced to leave the motels i've given these options will find a temporary shelter for for you because god knows those are fantastic we will find a residential program for mental health or substance abuse treatment which is a key or even recuperative care for medical needs in all of this that is and this was what david carter the federal judge wanted originally the key is everyone is out of the.
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"In santa ana northbound side of the five visit just before you get could main street wreck involving of big rig that's on the right shoulder but another vehicle vaudin the crash up against the senator divider seed fees on senior on slowing down a little bit as you come off of growing and full freeway closures still working in uh the down here you really hitting into nor walks up inside of the five of the 605 all lanes are shut down they say the south koreans project could go as late is five am with the doing in the meantime diverting traffic onto the southbound 605 fog when parks to work in a problem southbound 605 just before you get to valley boulevard that's a threecar wreck openings in the right lane zij fees on scene here little slow coming off the ten and you gotta see delays in santa clarita they have yet to pick up the cones on the southbound side of the fire where they're working from cal grove gathered the fourteen it's the three right lanes that are off limits through their kfi in this guy helped get you there faster i'm wrong in duggan partly cloudy and cool through the morning around fifty degrees mostly sunny a little warmer today round seventy at the beaches eighty yet the eighty inland any colleague that through the weekend little bit cooler into next week it's fifty in burbank we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm michael crozier so in that memo in the dossier was suggesting that carter page may have had business dealings with the russians that were impacting his ability to be well for one thing american well here's the thing carter page was uh investment banker in russia for a time in moscow so the question is was carter page did this what you still involved financially well did it rises to the level of.
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"Just you to the report and i'm going to put it back on the sale you should have to justify it but gatien's which i can with nick gird up he's with the voice of o c he was at the news conferences afternoon in santa ana where orange county sheriff sandra hutchins talked a little bit more about her decision announcement yesterday that she would not run for reelection as the sheriff in orange county she's been in office for just about ten years now succeeding my corona after he resigned uh how did sheriff hodgson's talk about the ongoing problems the the the upset over the jailhouse informants and then i have another question because she's also been criticised about the jailbreak from a year ago but but talk about the jailhouse informants problem right now or i writes about the ongoing issue in in other subject to court hearings right now where the sheriff's department in the air accused of withholding on all sorts of information from court about hormones problematic and former has been already six serious cases that have been overturned related to the murder and other serious crimes in a in a scandal and she didn't say much about it today she what you did say was that there were there were training issues things of that nature i but really hasn't though that there was any intent on the part of her deputies to do anything wrong on the fourth quarter of appealed was very very different picture in in its ruling in november site if there was a very serious stomach violations by her deputy did she talk at all about the the issues surrounding the jailbreak a year ago and then the many many deficiencies at the that we have been found in the orange county jail in the security at least right she died she did deny that her decision to not run for reelection had anything to do with it.