18 Burst results for "Santa Paula"
"santa paula" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"I say that that that one the other night was much much better than it looks. Clients and stuff. Well as i as. I mentioned earlier deck Was poking around. The south china morning post and looking at some of the the recap from from the weekend and and also of course that piece about the exactly the one year mark on the start of pandemic restrictions. And we've got you know similar circumstances and north america in fact Woodbine we got. We got to check in with With jim lawson and where things stand there because You know there's concern about them being able to even get started in the spring Right now But for you know when when you look at a card coming up you know like the new year. I mean it. It's the biggest the biggest period for them and they. They've got a very yeah. We're gonna talk to charlie hayward next Regarding his piece at thoroughbred commentary that broached actually was i think generated because of the pandemic wagering discussion and the numbers were very similar. Hong kong had a very similar experience. Really the you know. They were able to maintain the you know. They're their hand level Despite you know no no appreciable live attendance and There and i think i saw the number. They said averaging about sixty positive cases a day in hong kong Which is like know which is a solid number but You know they still. They still have no immediate meal planned to open up things on the attendance front and what their population density number low number. Yeah that's up to the government to get that approval and it'll it'll happen it'll happen. I'll police them later. And then We can move on to things like santa paula and the belmont stakes and what that looks like. I mean there are gonna you know you watch the football games of the weekend there. People and not the pan out Maybe racing out something similar and spread out gradually get back. There was in fact. You say that i hadn't i hadn't.
"santa paula" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Getting rid of a SWAT team from Santa Paula P D. We're hardly 80 armed security guards. That will control the flats of the city. The North end as well as the south and they're closing down Rodeo drive. It's now shut down. It's a hard closure with concrete barriers that have been brought in there on tactical alert through the end of this week with the officers on 12 on 12 off. Other police departments say they're standing up command post today that they've got to be ready in case people disagree with the results coming in tomorrow night and then their problems, But they hope there will not be and then, of course, Alex. You've got the reports from places like Listen, Wisconsin, where they're deploying the National Guard, in many cases, they say, to help at polling places, But one wonders if there's another ulterior motive to having the national Guard out there in the event that you know the unrest takes place like you were just mentioning right And we know that the National Guard has also been working on rapid deployment teams that could go out Tio cities if they had to deploy and And help out there as well. There've been reports the National Guard might be on standby here in Washington tomorrow, and by the way, the White House just announcing that the president will hold his election night event at the White House. There was a belief it might have been somewhere else or might have been at his hotel here in town, but that's going to add to the crowds outside of the White House like we saw when I was here. Two months ago, on the last night of the RNC, what he held an event. There were large crowds trying to be heard inside the White House and as he was speaking at the White House so that they could hear them banging pots and pans and yelling things from outside the gates. No doubt they're going to do that again. And in fact, today, there is additional anti scale fencing, temporary fencing. That folks are not supposed to be able to get over, going up around the White House and around the Ellipse. So they're definitely getting Reddick. All right, Alex Stone. Thank you so much appreciate the report. Off to the roads we go. Let's check in with.
"santa paula" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On their higher hiring private armed security for the first time ever to augment police. Here's police Lieutenant Max Suba. We're hardly next. A SWAT team from Santa Paula P. D. We're hardly 80 armed security guards that will patrol the flats of city. The north end as well as the South and Our emergency Operation Center is also going to be activated for a full week. We're having a hotline open. All these different research helped the Beverly Hills Police Department because we can now take a resource is other places that are needed. And really, this is all for Election Day. Me, not saucer for Halloween tomorrow night. They're going to get this going and in time for tomorrow night, but then goes for the next week in case there is unrest afterwards, the Private security won't have arrest authority, but they will be they're armed and augmenting police in areas with police fear that they're not gonna be able to get power. Does the aren't security have other than to look messing menacing? Because they're armed. I mean, yeah, I mean, I guess because their arms that they could in self defense they could react to it just like anybody who's armed could But other than that, it's somebody to be eyes to reported in and then Let a sworn police they can't shoot a guy. No, I mean, if somebody was shooting at grammar and threatened them sure. Then they could draw But no, I mean, they can't. They're not going to clear a building or, you know, pull somebody over so they don't have that authority. But they will get that SWAT team from Santa Paula. So you've got a team of extra sworn off is you have that These are like early warning system. Yeah. I mean, it's you know, like an alarm system. You know somebody who can who then can can put in the call. But, yeah, I mean, Beverly Hills footprint is relatively small, surrounded by LAPD and LAPD is saying that they're not doing all of that They have SWAT teams in their metro unit that are ready to go 24 hours anyway. Where's the intelligence information coming from? Well, why did why did they think it's going to be Beverly Hills? I know they had disruption after the George Floyd protests. Yeah, well, I think a monitoring online do they have informants. I seem to be acting as if they know something's coming. Yeah, well, the indication at least what we're being told is that because of what has gone on the last couple of weeks in last couple of months that they're being proactive and that they're being careful LAPD not doing that the same stance they're saying that they constantly trained in crowd control and whatnot. So they're going to be on guard and they'll be ready as well. But not to the extent of with the extra bringing on extra manpower that Beverly Hills is doing in Beverly Hills, much smaller department, they say they need the extra help. But beyond that, we know there is some worry out there in law enforcement, and we've heard it from a number of law enforcement sources nationwide. They not only worry about The civil unrest potential that is out there. But the what if in the state that everybody is in right now, the anger in the country on both sides that if somebody at a polling place or somewhere else were to try to do something so beyond what Beverly Hills is doing all of the cities that are bringing on command posts and going on to tactical alert and changing shifts to be no days off. Did they also say they want to be ready for that? There's reporting out tonight that the National Guard has been quietly getting rapid reaction teams ready to go in case they have to respond as well the regions of the country that they could have Again either violence or civil unrest. If they're needed that to try to Teo help out with law and order again, you know, hopefully this is all not needed and it's it's why two k all over again. But these law enforcement agencies say in their line of work, they've got to be ready because if something does go down and they're not ready, well, then they've got a problem and they're going to be criticized and things are going to get way out of control. That they've got to be ready, but hopefully they don't need it. And if a riot breaks out, you'll be right in the middle of it. You'll be in Washington D C D. C. Yeah, were there for that. Cover the crowds? Yeah, okay. Yeah, but they're boarding up in D. C. They're boarding up in San Francisco in Chicago. So they're getting ready. I'm in Washington D c on a normal night. Right now. They've got you know, Black lives matter Plaza. Outside of the White House in Lafayette Square. They have protests every night anyway, so that the belief is among federal and local law enforcement in D. C that they may have issues on election night. As people begin to come out, we'll find out. Maybe they will. Maybe they won't All right, Alex, looking forward to hearing from you Gotta talk to guys from D. C next wispy and Alex Stone AP Son to God every single night shouting into the wind and changing nothing. Walmart reversed course they had originally announced They were pulling guns and ammunition from stores. But they have said they will return them. Really? Yeah, I guess they heard from some of the customers. What? They decided that while they were civil unrest, it was isolated as you had terrible, But I don't understand, sweetie. If the bad guys commit civil unrest can't the good guys armed themselves? For protection. Sounds like based on this year's gun sales already have more coming up, but I don't want to see and I'm afraid it could happen. Is that what we saw happen in other places? Some of the anti V counterdemonstrators show up with their guns because they don't like what they're seeing in the streets, and that's when it gets. Oh, yeah, really shaken. Several people killed over that already. Odds are finished a story If one side goes out, the other side is going to show up more coming up. Johnny can can fi Debra Mark has new Santa Anna has started building a new homeless shelter that will try to help more people transition to permanent homes. It's in an industrial area with no homes within a half mile radius. Sam's club is partnering with door dashed.
"santa paula" Discussed on KCRW
"News from Washington. Former New Jersey This news. It's become a common theme, aging or wind damaged electrical equipment causing wildfires in California. And now investigations have found the cause ofthe two more fires in Southern California to add to the ever growing list. More from KCBS Larry Perelli. The investigative results for the two fires that broke out northwest of Los Angeles a year ago were released yesterday and in peculiar timing. They came as power cuts were rolling out in Northern California in an attempt to prevent electrical equipment from igniting fires amid gusty, dry weather there. Fire officials say The easy fire, which threatened the Ronald Reagan presidential Library in Simi Valley, started when a transmission line swung into a steel power pole and high winds at the end of October last year. Ventura County Fire Department also said the Maria fire near Santa Paula started the next day on Halloween when a conductor on electrical distribution line failed that fire burned more than 15 square miles and damage to four buildings. California Resource is corporation, which owns the line blamed Southern California Edison, which allegedly reenergized its power distribution to CRCS region after a power safety shutdown without prior notice. Results come as more fire whether is on the way, forecasters say Gusty Santa Ana winds and warming trend will blanket so Cal early next week, and that could mean possible preventative power. Shut offs for K C R w I'm Larry Peral. In July. An LAPD officer who once served on Ella Mayor Eric.
"santa paula" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's ridiculous, and I see it all the time in these trials shows it drives me crazy. It must drive you crazy, Dr. Strong to see somebody like I won't name any names with these guys that have never set foot in a in a in a medical school, let alone a hospital, a doctor and they'd have to have to decipher all of this complicated stuff, and they don't have any idea what they're talking about. Well look. Att tthe. This covert stuff is all new. Obviously, the infectious disease doctor would probably have the most knowledge, internal medicine doctors, but certainly when I see a dermatologist and radiologists speaking as authorities They probably don't have an experience. But like the rest of us read about this, but looking very I've had patients die of covert, so I mean, it's not something to take lightly. I just don't know. I mean, I'm looking at this, and I'm wondering, And by the way, I will tell you from the cares at Do you know about the corona aid relief? Economic security at cares. We know it is the cares Act. There's a higher reimbursement 20% add on for covert diagnosis in the hospital, so I mean, I don't my colleagues. I work with very high end doctors here at Cedar Sinai. I can't see putting a diagnosis down. It doesn't exist. But I mean, I don't know if that doesn't happen in other parts of country. I'm just wondering Where are all the numbers coming from? Are they real? Are they lower than what's predicted? Are they hire? I just don't know, because I looked at any consistency across state line. And I think as time goes on retrospectively, there's going to be a lot of data coming out with really information. I think as we go forward with the new disease, we have a lot of speculation. A lot of skepticism. Don't know the data is correct. I mean, we talked about studies were going to take a break here. Dr. Strong. We're going get calls from Jan in Santa Paula, California. Nathan San Antonio, Texas, Dan in Minnesota. I'm Larry Older Larry will be right back. Stuck in traffic..
"santa paula" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Of joint details of Lexus Escondido dot com not all buyers qualify on approved credit limit terms offer ends June thirtieth I've given being published X. real time traffic updates just ten minutes away mostly cloudy this morning then we'll see a partly sunny day also gonna be a nice father's day sunny and warm inland coast up to seventy today inland seventy six the mountains AT does it's one oh two right now downtown we are coal Audi and sixty five Cody sun settlement yeah that is academy award winning actor Kevin Costner along with a band called modern west their new single is won't stop loving you and it's off their album it's called tales for Yellowstone which ties in to this is back for season three of that hit paramount network show Yellowstone Kevin Costner on the community's limelight hello Kevin good morning so when did you live in Ventura you know I I was born in concert live there about six years seven years then moved up to a place called upper Ojai which a little two room schoolhouse and then moved down to Ventura I guess probably I was in the fourth grade sixty three and and was there for about seven years and then I went on to go to you know for more different schools after that okay because I was born in Santa Paula the Ventura for for for ever.
"santa paula" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In the mix Amy came KFI news it's just all in Santa Paula on the one twenty six that is on the westbound side at palm Avenue that sold car blocking the right lane of the offramp looks like tow trucks on the scene if your travels take you to riverside still working on this car fire ninety one west at central it's blocking the carpool and left the blades fire crews are on the scene in your scene heavy delays from mission inn Avenue and they're downtown LA colors are up one ten north third street the on ramp is closed for landscape work traffic stacking up from fifth street K. by and this guy helps get you there faster I'm sure the Booker Jr that's a warm forecast coming up this crisis has changed almost everything but not our results we put together what part to keep each other safe we flatten the curve starting to reopen our communities we can protect the people we love and help Californians get back on their feet for families and our communities let's stay the course stop the spread is it covertly eighteen dot CA dot gov in a time when we're all a bit unsure why not start your day with friends the KTLA five morning news is here to help you make sense of our changing world every weekday friend Jessica and the entire morning news to keep you up to date on everything that southern California she injure with traffic jam in the world of entertainment and your weather with mark a reassuring place to start your day today and every day starting at seven AM the KTLA five morning news LA's very own so many people are stressed about money these days how would you like to pay less for your mortgage that would certainly help right with fixed interest rates at two point five percent rate and APR on a fifteen year fixed.
"santa paula" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Halfway mark and the about what brings you to your normally is a superb local side of it with this is our continuing coverage of the looting and rioting in Los Angeles tonight is setting itself up to be far more of a big deal then last night what last night we saw Melrose burning businesses looted up and down Melrose and Fairfax and and fires around that area but really pretty concentrated add to that this morning I E. as I was searching around I got some phone calls and then I'll pass on to you because it it it affects where you live if you're here in southern California but the thing that I kept seeing come up was Santa Monica Santa Monica Santa Monica and then also I I saw that there was supposed to be a big anti for thing in San Diego today again the names that's developing what is happening right now is Santa Monica has seen several hours of looting some National Guard are headed there but it doesn't happen you know the snap of a finger sana Santa Monica police are out numbered they are backed up by Santa Barbara county and Santa Maria to Santa Maria which which I was confusing with Santa Paula which is on the one twenty six their maternal Santa Maria is is almost a Pismo beach right I mean those guys loaded up the van and and got on down here so they're part of what's on the on the on the the streets are in Santa Monica so they'll be a clearing up a lot of looting in Santa Monica some fires said now the focus is being turned to Long Beach and Steve Gregory is on his way there looting is in mid loose right now and then there is still a assembly at Pershing square which so far is still just people standing there as a demonstration however if you got the same alert that I did if you live in LA county then you got that a large right around five thirty and I was driving so I can read it because it wasn't very very tiny print but I knew it I knew it it's sad for me to read it now because I I what I notice I'm coming on the fourteen I'm almost at the five it's about what it was five twenty nine and everybody in the cars around me start looking down on the phone to this one of those safety alerts that you can't mute the the the the two kinds of alerts no matter what your phone apple LG android you know whatever the the two kinds of alerts you can't mute or ignore our public safety and presidential and more on that a little bit because you might be getting a presidential alert later on tonight or or tomorrow what the other came out of five twenty nine the county of LA's declaring that the curfew will be in place from six PM tonight to six PM tomorrow brawl LA county including all cities within the county traveling to and from work seeking or giving emergency care credentialed media and the homeless who are sheltering in place are exempt more information is available and can I texted a buddy mesa to page I didn't see the same paid but because I didn't read the fine print about going home from work well I I texted a friend of mine and he said that you're good and even a CH peas and Paul your work and all that but the situation Long Beach right now is I'm not familiar enough with Long Beach you know where this is but it's a really large looks like it's a near near the water in in the LBC big big shopping area and it's being absolutely over run clean it added and I mean very methodically this this is not like ninety two the people are bringing their cars and in some cases I mean actually in line to pull up and stop at the store and then a crew guys gets out goes in the store comes out with their arms arms full of stuff and then the car moves on and the next car pulls up I mean that's what I'm watching on fox eleven and then also ABC seven is down there I've never heard this before five fox eleven spoke with the woman who who was not looting she was denouncing the looters but but she was also saying I know what they're doing and she's talking for a mask but when when asked what about thou shalt not steal her answer is karma is a ma I never heard that before.
"santa paula" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Five everywhere in the I heart radio app hi coming up after three o'clock this is why we don't give the government anything you of course know what happens with the DMV in the post office but I can't even figure out how to get the uber lift people get their rides at LA acts and I knew this is going to happen because they opened up their new system on a Tuesday they were quite proud of it by like Thursday afternoon we all knew on the weekends come and it's probably going to get ugly there and it did not really ugly will tell you what happened at a bunch of dumb clock LA acts with this idea of making people go all the way to a parking lot I knew that lost in the chaos I know there's a there's obviously a lot of traffic right but that's because of the bad design that design is terrible for the modern world but over a lift work well and and now they made everything not work well now now here's how we two hours until we get get a ride home to continue more on the car they don't want to use in cars for anything not to walk from the airport a bicycle they can do that bike sure thing yeah right John you can tell back up to the west side a cynic except that they're they're banning the uber bikes tuned out with the their luggage wrapped around her neck there is ask I took a left so many people around the airport really the dumbest people on the planet aren't thank how could you take something that but I it was it was not perfect but was halfway working now it's zero percent working one of the last big fires to come in the collapse Capullo weeks that ended pretty much on Friday with all the coverage was the one that did they call the Marie a fire which broke out in Santa Paula in Ventura county at one burned over nine thousand acres threaten a couple of thousand homes and eleven thousand people had to evacuate as socal Edison said late Friday of course it would be late Friday that it re energized a sixteen thousand volt power line minutes before the explosion very good I think I mentioned on the show Friday there was video of that there was a callous and cameras were set up and I see this park you see the spark in the distance and then that they had time lapse photography so you could see over the hours how to blow up into a gigantic fire when I saw that I said well it's nice to put that out so callous of it probably means your lines your spark Hey guys what's this going to count to three when I say three I'll flip the switch and all Santa Paula will be on fire ready that's possibly what happens so I like the way the media cover this by saying this presents a new conundrum well the whole idea of what to do wondering dangerous wildfire conditions now shutting off the power well that might prevent a wildfire turn the power back on my because one but if they had an upgraded infrastructure you wouldn't have to worry about it would have to shut it off and you wouldn't have to turn it on that's exactly the problem take everybody argues everybody in every issue get side tracked on some minor offshoot issue the premise is build an upgrade a structure to modern needs modern standards and that means insulated wires for example now we'll talk about that right now because the mercury news up in the bay area did a pretty good story titled how opinion G. B. G. any fell ten years behind San Diego on wildfires safety now I want to point out right away the P. genie is much larger with a much bigger geographic coverage area then San Diego gas and electric PGD as a much wider area however they talk to a veteran energy consultants who said San Diego's been a leader are we reading about them in the papers because of their failures no we haven't been P. genie is trail behind they're a company that should be a leader instead they're a follower they're actually looking to San Diego gas electric for some of their ideas here's what they what they did it it's obvious stuff they buried ten thousand miles of power lines now sixty percent of its lines are underground there you go that's and they had to raise rates apparently on people to do that but clearly that might be worth it if you're going to be burning down a bunch of houses waned and they they start it was the for they were the first big utility shut off power during extreme fire risk days which is still better than letting the power run and having more huge fires it yeah if it would make what you need is this is a system that doesn't malfunction when you turn the power back online if your system is still afraid I guess it doesn't matter if you turn it off for a while as soon as you turn it back on both you're gonna have a spark they hired five meteorologist they built a hundred ninety weather stations they replaced eighteen thousand power poles with stronger steel poles they put up more than a hundred cameras on mountain tops and they brought in to state of the art firefighting helicopters to drop water when fire start near their lines the company also insulated its power lines that's another one required it's electric grid so that when power needs to be shut off for fire danger and to technique they call sexual Zetian they can surgically cut power just a few dozen homes rather than thousands or hundreds of thousands of homes as P. Jeannie did now what how hard is this is San Diego gas electric figure this out but it isn't that it's hard it isn't that it's complicated he Jimmy just didn't want to do it they will spend the money but because I spent it on themselves exam because the executives are making millions and millions of dollars and even when they got chased out because of a bad fire they took many millions of dollars in buyout packages with them is it is nothing San Diego gas electric is doing they have installed wireless sensors they're called single phasers on the power lines so when the power line falls there automatically turned off before hitting the ground they they had state of the art right they it detects that there's a problem shuts off the power in those few seconds before it hits the ground starts a fire senator Sir doing this as in seven because they had this gigantic fire yeah for those over the which fire it was monsters it was two hundred and seven thousand acres in San Diego county kill two people injured forty fireman destroyed one thousand three hundred and forty seven homes nine hundred thousand people evacuated they faced five and a half billion dollars in liabilities was hit with school thousand five hundred lawsuits from people so that was yep and he spent a billion and a half dollars and they do charge the highest rates of California's three big utilities but they did it because they knew they'd have to do what are they be in trouble if they had another round of fires like that again I remember going back last year two years ago when people said why don't you insulate your what insulate the wires why don't you bury the the lights in the fire zone every the lines it soon it's a lot of work hired we do all that work what's gonna cost a lot of money it's gonna take awhile about the back well San Diego electric gas did you get you've got a bunch of new fires now that you're gonna be liable for their not so far the the other part of this is what I was talking about earlier P. genies service territory is seventy thousand square miles from Bakersfield to the Oregon border San Diego gas electric just forty one hundred square miles across San Diego in southern Orange County and P. genies got sixteen million residents to cover about four million for San Diego but still even if you put it on scale P. Jeannie could done a lot more you still have done was to basically nothing you have to do the same thing you just have to do more of it and you have more customers which means you have more of a larger financial base get more money to draw from and if it if size of the problem then we should be breaking up PGA any to small regional utilities if they're saying all right all were too big to do this well then that's it then thank god you are you you got to bed we do your be broken broken up into small pieces of course they went to a spoke soul for PGA may write to Stagno which I think you can order in a Mexican restaurant to style that's tasty San Diego's greatly different from we haven't P. Jeannie it's apples and oranges but we can like this but again to give some grant but we're working with them to discuss public safety power shut off so you know what they're going to end up doing the same thing that San Diego did they gonna bury the lines they're gonna insulate the lines they're gonna put sensors on their claim you know that's going to take ten years in the meantime all to still do blackouts well I I believe it's going to take ten years but the but the if they done it ten years ago then a lot of it would be done by now San Diego electric and gas started ten years ago after the two thousand and seven fire now it's done okay twenty nineteen it's done it's not completely done they've only got sixty percent of its lines underground the other part of this is about our friends at the public utility commission right Catherine sand of all who was a P. C. commissioner from twenty eleven to twenty seventeen said under state law utilities are required to wanna say system so the impetus is on PGA any legally responsible if operation the Chris with utility the P. you see something great operator however there are people this article that disagree including a San Diego activist named Diane Conklin philosophies completely wrong first the building we're substituted judgment of a corporate entity that's and arrange to make profit and saying you guys responsible for our safety and here's the kicker for other reasons at the P. C. didn't crack down on PGA any former governor gray Davis found that goes to still haunting us named Michael Peavey the former president of so cal Edison and a person widely criticized as too cozy with the industry as P. you see chairman and Schwarzenegger and Jerry Brown let him stay in office until five years ago so it was it he was in that office for well over ten years if he goes back to gray Davis yeah critical ten years probably yet but the ten years that P. Jeannie should have been doing some insulating its wires and putting them underground and and and this who's the spokes home now they they said Catherine sand of all this commission should have forced PGA should passed regulations demanding the P. Jeannie get up to code or gotten the legislature to write the law to force them to do that they're supposed to be the public watchdog instead these are former energy employees taking over the government regulatory system what what do you think's going to happen this collection is what it is we use the PC's job absolutely it wise that's the thing that I learned just a few months ago I couldn't believe when they said we're thought were all about making sure the rates were too high we did Norris was doing about safety I more compounding tension okay if I get remark as there's a strong earthquake has hit Chile the U. S. G. S. earthquake has a preliminary magnitude of six point oh and was centered near the country central coast though it was felt in the capital a writer is suing president trump for defamation E. Jean Carroll claims from sexually assaulted her in the mid nineties in an upscale department store in New York City trump is denied ever meeting Caroline so she made up the story to provoke to promote her memoir the trump administration is told the you when it is started the process of pulling out of the Paris climate agreement no country was allowed to ditch the deal until today the agreements three year anniversary trouble on the ninety one next okay it's almost opening time got email over photos of this season's line as a business owner you've got a million things to think about the conference dealing with second rate cable internet shouldn't be one but I did switch to eighteen T. internet for business with integrated broadband and wireless connection so I've got this eighteen anti internet for business is designed for business with an integrated network gives you ninety nine point nine percent reliability so you.
"santa paula" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Near the town of Santa Paula and has burned over ten thousand seven hundred acres in just over twenty four hours the lieutenant governor of Mississippi calls the state Donald Trump country the president introduced Tate Reeves at a campaign rally Friday night ahead of Tuesday's election is pro worker he's pro jobs he's pro family he's pro life resume for supporting police opposing sanctuary cities and defending the second amendment Reeves is running for governor in the state's toughest race in a long time he urged the crowd of supporters to stand up and be counted vice president pence will also rally voters when he visits the state on Monday there's a new acting secretary for the department of homeland security president trump appointed current undersecretary Chad walked to the top post a record thirteen thousand people attended this year's annual democratic fund raising dinner in Iowa the liberty and justice celebration dinner was Friday in the morning and the Wells Fargo arena was packed with supporters for the thirteen presidential candidates in attendance NBC news says the candidate with the most supporters was south bend Indiana mayor people to judge front runner Elizabeth Warren also drew large crowds won't California senator Kamel Harris had the third largest turnout actress Jane Fonda was in custody again as she protests climate change in Washington DC Tom Roberts has details it's the fourth Friday in a row the eighty one year old actress has been put in hand cuffs while trying to draw attention to the climate crisis she was arrested on Friday afternoon in the Hart Senate office building with a handful of other protesters among them were actresses Rosanna Arquette and Catherine keener that's Tom Roberts reporting you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio I'm Andrea Thomas checking in with our partners.
"santa paula" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Visual society lives for the present doesn't live for the future because even drink and be merry tomorrow it would at the communitarian project lives only for the future because what we're doing now doesn't matter our lives don't matter all that matters is the grander project the family project is about living for the now and living for the future so that is that's the coming into got into making we know is that he's preserving the earth for family you're listening to the venture here so we'll be back here with you next week have a wonderful weekend okay ABC Los Angeles Orange County sixty two Los Angeles just right K. B. C. news live local six online here's a massive Maria fire is closing in on home to the town of Santa Paula inter county sheriff bill I give says it's moving in on more populated areas currently we have approximately twenty three hundred structures threatened and about a thousand people under evacuation orders the fire started Thursday night in is already close to nine thousand acres with no containment officials inventor are now getting help from St firefighting crews the winds are dying down but the humidity remains low at least two homes are destroyed and governor Gavin Newsom is taking action to make sure massive blackouts never happen again he announced the plan today for new strike team to work with regulators on power shut off he also wants to speed up P. genies bankruptcy case so all the utility can make changes Newsome says he spent the last ten days traveling the state meeting with wildfire thank you weeds and those without power that all Rourke is thinking his supporters after announcing he's dropping out of the presidential race how much I love you and how grateful I am for you and how proud I am to be in this with you king from des Moines he said the campaign has been the honor of a lifetime and it was a reluctant decision to bow out but ultimately is camp did not have the means for successful bid he says he will now support the democratic nominee whoever it may be a string of violent home invasion robberies across the Inland Empire is prompting investigators to ask for the public's help robbery victim hot hot fez says the suspects stole valuables and his family sense of security my ten year old then now cannot go anywhere in the house alone my doctor hasn't slept in have rules is that the incident police say the armed suspects pepper sprayed and restrain the family members before threatening to kill them the same crew is suspected in similar robberies one of the suspects is now in custody but investigators are looking for two other men police hope witnesses will report tips to the San Bernardino county sheriff's office Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news and police have one person in custody for causing a fatal accident while driving under the influence last night the accident happened last night around nine fifty five in the evening around Country Club drive in Los Cerritos Park Place when twenty year old Carlo Navarro drove his SUV on the sidewalk hitting a family of three first responders transported a man a woman and a boy the hospital for treatment for it the thirty year old man later died if I was facing charges of delight and gross vehicular manslaughter was jailed on one hundred thousand dollars bail KBC sports like night the Lakers play the Mavericks the doc thank you for that sports on the new home of the USC Trojans so cal weather tonight fifty seven so low tomorrow eighty five hi currently eighty.
"santa paula" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Shifted in the fire fight in Santa Paula about nine thousand acres have burned since around six fifteen last night Ventura county sheriff bill a U. S. as people have been flying drones over the fire zone and courage in the strongest terms anyone interested in doing that to not do so it is a legal and it creates a very dangerous environment and hampers our fire fighting efforts five hundred firefighters are on scene mandatory more mandatory evacuations have been ordered a lawsuit has been filed against owners of a trash truck that likely started the deadly wildfire in Calamy saw the lawsuit says the trash company put its business interstate instead at interests I should say let's try that again the losses as the trash company but its business interests ahead of public safety when one of its operators dumped a burning load of trash on the side of the road during a red flag warning the garbage caught the the brush on fire which then swept through a mobile home park at fire killed two women and destroyed more than seventy homes the news is brought to you by excel I dot com students have walked out of class over the climate in LA another student climate strike is happening in downtown Los Angeles but this time the students are joined by the girl who started the global movement Swedish team credit to Murray marches one California to stop producing using fossil fuels specifically the students want to stop the new oil drilling and a half mile perimeter between oil wells in homes the students are calling on governor Newsome by marching to is downtown LA office from city hall to worry has been traveling across North America since arriving in New York on a zero emissions bow back in August Chris and Carla okay fine news president trump has decided New York will no longer be is home state ABC's Jonathan Karl says trump is sign papers declaring himself a permanent resident of Palm Beach Florida it's a move that may save him millions in taxes unlike New York Florida has no income tax and it doesn't have an inheritance tax either I'm has insisted that is not why he decided to make the move from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we have a crash on the ninety one in riverside this was going to be on the eastbound side right before Adams this crash in the left lane has just slow back from Lincoln has a result in Anaheim hills probably speaking of that exact crash we have Michael Brian KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com be a tough one before you get that far ninety one eastbound at VS up just a little passive deriel highway project where can you track skills so that first stretches give the very top over the Green River see a lot of work the fifty seven your twenty white that's gonna load up north about starting a billion highway that's very tough through the Brea pass up the sixty virgins and we had troubles in Ontario sixty he's bad right around your looks like they put up the early accident but it's still recovering almost all at all on and off all the way from a district if you're good at accident there's a triple what was super lawyers dot com Mike o'brien KFI in the sky over the past don't forget for a five south bound at Mohan that offramp still shut down because of the brush fire clean up earlier crash on the seven ten self bounded willow it's been moved out of lanes but things are still slow back from the four oh five sponsored by E. child's life essentials KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I will Kohlschreiber are you get hurt in accident that adds that terrible you heard a lot you might be losing blood your cars all messed up you need sweet James he'll get your life back in order calling him that's a life changer.
"santa paula" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Investigate to stop Russia's continued intervention in our elections. We must investigate the president in welcoming of Russia's assault on our democracy. Pelosi says Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election was documented in a report and lawmakers have to do more to make sure it stops more than a dozen democratic presidential hopefuls are at the three day convention. Joe Biden is not one of them. He's headlining and LGBT. Hugh civil rights gala tonight in Columbus, Ohio. The Biden campaign says Biden's presence tonight proves he wants to have conserve conversations about LGBTQ rights, not just on the coasts, but also in the heartland, California, will award more than four hundred delegates to the twenty twenty national party convention about a fifth of what's needed to win animation. The LAPD central station is having some sanitary problems Shas, Frank polic- says an inspection of the station turned up a lot of health issues, something's identified were rats and rodents, fleas, roaches, and even wise and nap grasshoppers and mosquitos Callo Shas, finding the LAPD more than five thousand dollars. At least one LAPD officers been diagnosed with typhoid fever, the obstetrics unit at Santa Paula hospital be closing at the end of the month of the director of the Ventura County healthcare agency says low demand is the reason. The Ventura County star says the number of births at the county run hospital dropped by forty eight. Percent over the last five years and will probably fall, even farther because a doctor who performed most of the deliveries has resigned thousands of pages of documents about the Justice smollet case have been released in Chicago ABC's. Dave Packer says the police documents have created more questions like why did state's attorney Kim FOX change your story about recusing herself from the case state's attorney Kim FOX saying she stepped aside because of false rumors? She was related to the rector text messages released Friday show. She didn't wanna recuse herself. But did so at the direction of an ethics officer who has since resigned, FOX recused herself on February thirteenth, citing communication. She had with a small family member during the investigation, FOX dropped all charges against Millette after police say the empire actor faked a hate crime against himself and paid some brothers to help beat him up cover your air, pod, ears or prepare to feel old of. After eighteen years apple is pulling the plug on. I tunes, it's the end of an era at least for people who grew up with the service Bloomberg is reporting that apple will announce at its developer conference on Monday that it's decided to shut down. I tunes the company reportedly wants to have separate apps for music, TV and podcasts music, apple apparently, have many of the same features as I tunes. The discontinuation has been rumored for years as companies move away from the ownership model to a subscription based service Tess about KFI news. Crash cleared.
"santa paula" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Battle of the sexes. Coming up happiness coming up. We'll see about the Santa Barbara zoo that does cost money to get into. But one thing at the Santa Barbara zoo, which you can learn something they call cardboard hill. And it's just a little hill. They have and all the kids take a piece of cardboard get on and slide down the hill. Man when Khan was younger, we used to get a cardboard hill all the time to the point where he didn't know their animals at the zoo. He thought they were secondary. Oh, the kid would go in and go straight to cardboard hill. And all the kids are all hanging out. Just ride down this hill pieces of cardboard, boxes and stuff. Yeah. You really need to do. You don't need to pay money to the zoo disco. Find a hill. If you go right Francey, send us a text at three one four three Jimmy, you might know what this is. I'm not familiar with your area. But it says we used to take our kids to the fish hatchery. And Santa Paula. It's free to go in you, spend a quarter and get food to feed the fish, right? There is a hatchery. It's like, no one twenty six. Fillmore there. Okay. See a big sign fish hatchery, and they have all these huge tanks. Right. It's free. It's free. Cool. Can you there too? I probably fishing. I think is there raising certain ROY. You know, so. Rob Lowe threaten. Yeah. We'll we'll Molly loves fish come. Visit Santa Paula. Yeah. There is no chance on God's green earth. You're gonna drive up to Santa Paula was twenty six th visit a fish hatchery. Come to our house. I have tag. They're hatching in there. There's something going on in that day except forty two eight six six five four four my FM, Brian. What about you? This is similar to Kevin Manno making his daughter watch the fire alarm. But. Mike. Like a pair of socks and he can sell for about twenty thirty minutes. What does he do with the socks? He puts the socks on his feet. Takes them off puts his hand. And then does the back and forth back and forth. It's the only thing that comes a little guy down here. Really? Yes. Suck undefeated take the socks. Put on your hand in dude. I'll again. Hi, good morning. How are you today? All right. So what's that cheap thing? You do with the kids entertain them..
"santa paula" Discussed on KCRW
"Rain, yesterday triggered a rockslide that shut down highway one fifty between Ohio, and Santa Paula modern reflows also closed PCH and Malibu into panga for several hours. Jerry O'Connell told channel five it's been a tough couple of days for people living into panga canyon. It isn't little crazy being resident because there's only one way in one way out. So when that road closes down. I mean, obviously, you can go around it. But. It just shuts off any sort of access to the west side up in the Sierra snowstorms have been creating whiteout conditions for travelers and dumping huge amounts of snow up to nine feet in the past few days in some areas. In fact, there was so much that several ski resorts had to close down yesterday because conditions were deemed unsafe starting tomorrow, we should get a break, but perhaps in a couple of days. A new storm could bring more wet stuff to southern California Friday night into Saturday. That boom is the sound of the US army training exercise taking place in downtown, Los Angeles. The army says it's setting off explosions as part of an exercise involving aircraft and weapons simulations in urban settings. The LAPD issued a warning about the blast. But some people say they were completely caught off guard by the loud booms would set off car alarms and their neighborhood. Some folks also took to social media to report seeing black helicopters hovering in the sky without lights. In a statement. The army said quote, the local terrain and training facilities in Los Angeles. Provide unique locations and simulate urban environments that service members may encounter when deployed overseas. There could be more booms to come. The training is scheduled to run through Saturday in the LA Long Beach areas, and tesla is going on a battery buying spree as KCRW seven George reports. The electric car maker says it's agreed to acquire southern California based battery. The company called Maxwell technologies for about two hundred eighteen million dollars in stock. It's not the first time that tesla has gobbled up another company, but this acquisition speaks to some of the design challenges that it's facing tesla needs to improve its batteries and lower the cost as a faces more and more competition from other players.
"santa paula" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Look, I know I'm spending a lot of time on this a lot of time on this. But it's worth spending a lot of time on this. And while that no call that. No, call was the worst. It was not the only bad moment for the officials yesterday. There was more. There was the miss facemask on Jared Goff near the goal line. There are any number of calls in the patriots chiefs game including but not limited to the non roughing the passer. Call on Patrick Mahomes. There wasn't called which was correct. And the non roughing the passer. Call on Tom Brady was called. There was not correct. And then there was a joint cattleman muff Pont did instantly turned into the football version of Yanni or laurel daddy, touchy t not touch it yet again on the game's biggest age officiating became the story. So here's the larger question. How does it keep happening every year? There's something new the catch rule roughing the passer helmet-to-helmet, then they keep missing these calls routinely. And for everybody to see on TV. So here's the thing. Bottom line. It's not my job to solve it for the league. It's my job to host a radio slash TV show. It is the league's job to solve the problems. But if you're going to have instant replay have it for everything or have it for nothing either do it or don't do it. You cannot half ass it as a league do not put your raps imposition to say. Yeah. Well, we blew that. Call and we know we blew it. But we can't change it. Why can't you change it? Why can't you change the rules? Great changed the rules. These rules are not written in stone. You change rules. Every single year changed the rules to improve the game and get rid of the controversy unless in less in less. You liked the controversy? And if the argument is it's going to slow down the game. Then figure out a way for it. Not to slow down the game. Besides how much slower can the game. Get it seemed like just about every play in the final five minutes of the pats. Chiefs game was under review, what's one or two more. If you're going to get it, right? Because that's the only thing that matters getting it, right? And if you don't wanna do that junkie entire thing just say that human error is a part of the game. And go back to the way. It always was because right now, you're in the middle ground, and that's a bad place to be. It's a terrible love for the sport. And it means that I have to open up my show on a Monday after championship weekend talking about the refs and not the players, and that's terrible. I should never ever have to do that. But once again, the refs left me, no choice. Give them the help. They need or take it all away just know this which are doing right now is not working not. If I'm starting my show on a Monday. After championship weekend. Talking about the freaking rafts. And I want to talk about the players and the teams, and the coaches, and I will. But there's no way I could start with it. One eight zero zero six three six eight six eight six chiefs fans is it too soon. Or are you ready to talk about it? He's batman. Jerome. I'm a big fan of the show. And I heard that you were simulcasting these days I went to the instructed channel on direct TV last week. But I couldn't find you. I looked and I looked and I looked but I still couldn't find you either. You aren't on TV right? Can't see something right in front of my face. Regards the refs from the saints v Rams game. Dan in Denver. Go ahead and forget that name. Getting a sampling. Let's see here on Twitter at Steven tweets. Obviously the helmet-to-helmet canceled out the pass interference. That's why no flag was thrown. Regards the refs. That's a pretty good explanation. Ed in Santa Paula tweets. Let's hear all the whiny. Little bitch is today. Saints got beat straight up. Listen, there's nobody who hammers scoreboard harder than me. I've done this mind tire career. I've done this my entire life. Literally, the very first premise that. I start anything with is scoreboard look up at it notice. That's not what I did today. Notice. I did not do that. But Ed in Santa Paula, did, quote, let's hear all the whiny little bitch is today. Saints got beat straight up. You're not really not really because if the refs make that call and it was the easiest call ever. Then the Rams are down to one time out. And then the saints spin clock. They take a few knees. They kicked the field goal and the game is over. So it's not quite that straight up. Ed. At komo. Jared tweets the refs in the saints Rams game. With a classic choked job, and then Sean Payton went ham. Yours mama Cass. I see what you did there. I see what you did there the the theory being that she choked and they choked and that she choked on a ham sandwich and that Sean Payton went ham after the game. I see what you did there. Jared. I've got one thing to say that come on Jared. And one more as I go to break at Willie Beamon one. Jim the saints didn't lose because that bad call. They lost because they couldn't get past that bad call. You gotta put behind you. Yeah. I mean, that's part of it. And I know that and that's part of it. That is part of it. However that was not one of those close tight judgment costs. That was a really easy call. That's not one of those let them play. It's at the end of the game. The man got mugged and nearly king cost. You can't miss that. Call. I'm not saying, that's the only reason they lost. I'm saying that if the rest get it, right? They win. The saints have a legitimate beef. And this is not a conversation. They everybody wanted to have this morning Monday championship weekend. All right. Take a short time out James Jones coming up.
"santa paula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"It up with we've known for a long time that we don't get caused. Calling the Cowboys game that could. Call this game. Heaven had gone home for the things. Got to put ourselves in the best position. So we're not. I'm a lot of time on this a lot of time on this. But it's worth spending a lot of time on this. And well that no call that. No, call was the worst. It was not the only bad moment for the officials yesterday. There was more. There was the myspace mask on Jared Goff near the goal line. There are any number of calls in the patriots chiefs game including but not limited to the non roughing the passer. Call on Patrick Mahomes that wasn't called which was correct. And the non roughing the passer. Call on Tom Brady was called. There was not correct. And then there was a joint Edelman muff? Punt did instantly turned into the football version of Yanni or laurel daddy, touchy, not touch it yet again on the game's biggest age officiating became the story. So here's the larger question. How does it keep happening every year? There's something new the catch rule roughing the passer helmet-to-helmet, then they keep missing these calls routinely and for everybody. See on TV. So here's the thing. Bottom line. It's not my job to solve it for the league. It's my job to host a radio slash TV show. It is the league's job to solve the problems. But if you're going to have instant replay have it for everything or have it for nothing either do it or don't do it. You cannot half ass it as a league do not put your raps imposition have to say. Yeah. Well, we blew that. Call and we know we blew it. But we can't change it. Why can't you change it? Why can't you change the rules? Great changed the rules. These rules are not written in stone. You change rules. Every single year changed the rules to improve the game and get rid of the controversy. Unless unless unless you liked the controversy. And if the argument is it's going to slow down the game. Then figure out a way for it. Not to slow down the game. Besides how much slower can the game. Get it seemed like just about every play in the final five minutes of the pats. Chiefs game was under review, what's one or two more. If you're going to get it, right? Because that's the only thing that matters getting it, right? And if you don't wanna do that junk the entire thing just say that human error is a part of the game. And go back to the way, it always was because right now, you're in the middle ground, and that's a bad place to be. It's a terrible look for the sport. And it means that I have to open up my show on a Monday after championship weekend talking about the refs and not the players, and that's terrible. I should never ever have to do that. But once again, the refs left me, no choice. Give them the help. They need or take it all away. Just know this what you're doing right now is not working not if I'm starting my show on a Monday. After championship weekend. Talking about the freaking refs. I want to talk about the players and the teams, and the coaches, and I will. But there was no way I could start with it. One eight zero zero six three six eight six eight six chiefs fans is it too soon or you ready to talk about it. He's batman. Jerome. I am a big fan of the show. And I heard that you were simulcasting these days I went to the instructed channel on direct TV last week. But I couldn't find you. I looked and I looked and I looked but I still couldn't find you either. You aren't on TV right? Can't see something right in front of my face. Regards the refs from the saints v Rams game. Dan in Denver. Go ahead and forget that name. Skating a sampling. Let's see here on Twitter at Steven tweets. Obviously the helmet-to-helmet canceled out the pass interference. That's why no flag was thrown regards the rafts. Pretty good explanation. Ed in Santa Paula tweets. Let's hear all the whiny little bitches today. Saints got beat straight up. Listen, there's nobody who hammers scoreboard harder than me. I've done this mind tire career of done this my entire life. Literally, the very first premise that. I start anything with is scoreboard. Look at it notice. That's not what I did today. Notice. I did not do that. But Ed in Santa Paula, did, quote, let's hear all the whiny little bitches today. Saints got beat straight up. You're not really not really because if the refs make that call and it was the easiest call ever. Then the Rams are down to one time out. And then the saints spin clock. They take a few knees. They kick the field goal and the game is over. So it's not quite that straight up. Ed. At komo. Jared tweets the refs in the saints Rams game with a classic choke job. And then Sean Payton went ham. Yours mama Cass. I see what you did there. I see what you did there the the theory being that she choked and they choked and that she choked on a ham sandwich and that Sean Payton went ham after the game. I see what you did there. Jared. I've got one thing to say that come on Jared. And one more as I go to break at Willie Beamon one. Jim the saints didn't lose because that bad call. They lost because they couldn't get past that bad call you got to put behind you. That's part of it. And I know that and that's part of it. That is part of it. However that was not one of those close tight judgment costs. That was a really easy call. That's not one of those let them play. It's at the end of the game. The man got mugged and nearly king cost. You can't miss that. Call. I'm not saying, that's the only reason they lost. I'm saying that if the rest get it, right? They win. The saints have a legitimate beef. And this is not a conversation. Anybody wanted to have this morning Monday off championship weekend. All right. Take a short time out James Jones coming up at forty past. Phone lines are open right now. Fellas. Never good. Look when you talk a long, bulky drescher. You might think that it makes it makes you look casual but more than likely it's going to make you look sloppy. This is why untuckit make sure it's that are specifically designed to be worn on talked. A casual shirt did is not too long. Not too short. It is just right shirts designed so. Well, did G calls them perfection untuckit? It's our Goto for any occasion. From casualty dressy not only. Do. They look good. They feel amazing..
Bernie Sanders: 'We Do Not Want To Get Involved' In Syria
"The church calendar christians believe gone sacrifices only son so their sins would be forgiven president trump is following up a happy easter tweet to the nation by pulling any deal with democrats over dhaka the democrat but we'll have to take a look before he and first lady melania trump left for church near maralago the president spoke with the press about tweeting that border agents can't do their job properly because of ridiculous liberal laws like catch and release trump has urged republicans in the senate to utilize the nuclear option of a simple majority instead of the sixty vote rule to pass tough laws now two men have been killed in a plane crash in santa paula the faa's ian gregoire says it was a home built experimental aircraft that went down and hit a shad then caught fire the fire was quickly put out a planes described as a single engine vans are v six say the ventura county star says an id number on the plane shows it was registered out of palmdale faa says the weather was clear at the time of the crash both men were pronounced dead at the scene michael super kfi news independent senator bernie sanders says the united states should stay away from the civil war in syria we absolutely do not want to get involved in this terrible civil war in syria which is so destructive so destabilizing for the entire region sanders also doesn't want to see american troops getting stuck in a never ending brutal civil war in syria if the united states is going to get involved in a war sanders says it shouldn't be up to the president to make that decision he says it's under the constitution the congress has got to reestablish that authority firma veterans affair secretary david schulkin says he thinks the way to improve veterans care is to work closely with congress listened to the veterans groups and make sure what is done is what veterans want i would not resign because i'm committed to making sure this job was seen through to the very end schulkin was fired by president trump last week says you always had a good relationship with the president and felt political appointees were much more aggressive and tried to privatize the.