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"sepulveda" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Well, and I think this is important. And this was, this is true for bail at least for me in 2019. So I'm against the provision that has been pushed by senator sepulveda and others in the democratic Senate majority conference. The concept of, let's say, someone who commits a crime serves their time and has the record cleared, I think depending on the crime, that's a discussion that our conference and I think reasonable people can have. Where I seem in our conference seems to not be able a port of demarcation for us in a lot of these and bails the same way when it was done is it's the number of offenses and the scope and breadth that these laws actually take on. And you're seeing that with bail because it was the number of offenses, even though we were told that it was all nonviolent offenses, I remember senator generis, it acknowledging on the floor of the Senate that 90% of arrests in New York would now be, you know, would be an appearance ticket..
"sepulveda" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Balconies. Heights Police Sergeant Joy Sepulveda is in critical condition. America's listening to Fox News From the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom. I'm B. J. Williams former first Sight County sheriff's deputy in trouble with the G B, I will tell you why in just a moment. So far this morning. We've been having a nice and smooth dry them. Caleb Hutchins. I'll have the latest on traffic right after news and weather Partly sunny skies will help up to 50 today, but showers to become likely late night tonight and we're tracking that threat mornings on Main Street Coming up Wdun. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested of former first Sight county sheriff's Deputy 34 year old Nicholas Maddox of Dawsonville in trouble for sexually assaulting someone who was behind bars at the time of the requests in late May from the precise county Sheriff's office to investigate allegations that Matic was sexually involved with a precise accounting inmate while he was working in the jail in 2015. That's the G B. I's Nellie Miles. Maddox was actually booked into the first sight County jail on Tuesday. He's now out on Bond. A southeast Georgia city wants to remove its police chief after three women who resigned from the department sued. Women alleged that Jessup police chief Mike Land subjected them to repeated lewd sexual comments and unwanted physical touching XYZ. They put it, they say his actions made their jobs so intolerable that they resigned. Jessop's mayor and city commissioners on Tuesday, directing the city manager to suspend lane and move to fire him a man who tried to carjack a couple of vehicles and then break into a house in the Beaufort area Monday, thwarted at every turn by his intended victims. When that county police Corporal Colin Flynn saying Lamont Dickerson tried to carjack the first vehicle on South Park it road, but the driver of that car sped away. They say he then tried to carjack a second vehicle on Ridge Road, but the driver refused to get out of the car when Dickerson told her to leave. The suspect was caught when he ran from the scene of the home break in on would trade Lane after that homeowner confronted him with a weapon. Wdun news time 704 more cases of the highly contagious that UK variant have been detected in the state of Georgia. CNN's Rob stabbed her with the update two dozen cases of the covert 19 variant were reported as of Wednesday. That's up from 19 cases last week that came from metro Atlanta. To me, That.
"sepulveda" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Let's touch on. Let's be onto his slight different area. Now which is videos which is obviously a sort of expansion of all the stuff we've talked by in some ways another. You do three types of videos brand videos product demo videos. Spokesperson says is already quite a lot to absorb. so what's the differences. If you like the use cases of those when we use these things so rad videos are quite a good example. Is like your showcasing. The customer of the brand right the lifestyle customer. Brian like a nike commercial is everything commercial. Isn't exactly selling a specific sneaker. They're selling the rand right there. Uber commercials aren't selling a specific ride of uber right. They're selling the brand of uber as it meets. All of your transportation needs right from a private to a rideshare to his scooter to were right. For example a product demo video is actually demoing the products like like for example with them by my rotating makeup rush find showing how to use the product and up proper use in every aspect of the product. It's not so that to be clear that is not a review video so a product video is not It was not a influence or style review video review of the product. It's just a demonstration of the product. So there should never be any al. I love this product. Oh this is there anything there's no testimonial in the proximal video it is this product. This is how you use the product and of course in that video you're going to use your aspirational customer. So your commercial model aspirational in that video. And then a and in the last one was Czars brand video audited with the other one spokesperson video person. Video is mainly basic camera. Video on these videos are generally used to sell a service though. Of course you've seen it is. I'm daisy representing your tax service. One eight hundred. And i'm your self insurance today. Those are direct to camera videos at mainly sell services but you also see on product sites on of agents and also a lot of brands on amazon or do have used the spokesperson video or spokesperson style and video to dental the products..
Los Angeles - 4-Acre Brush Fire Sparks In Sepulveda Basin
"Fire crews are fighting a wind driven brush fire in his state this morning the equestrian fires this place is being called is burning just off the five freeway near Tackett canyon road officials say the fire began around three forty five and has burned about twenty acres so far no structures are currently threatened several other brush fires have been reported including one of the spell the damn basin much of the region is under a red flag fire warning this morning because the windy conditions and dangerously low
LA retail stores to reopen with in-person shopping, mayor says
"LA mayor Eric Garcetti and LA county officials have announced that all retail businesses may re open for in person shopping today houses of worship can also resume in person services as long as they follow safety laws KCRW's Larry Perot has more Garcetti said every retail store will have to adopt the county's code nineteen safety protocols he also announced people would be allowed to gather for in house worship but had no more than twenty five percent capacity or a Max of one hundred people he says regardless of the business re opening each one should download and complete the city's business tool kit which includes the counties physical distancing checklist and protocols if you're looking for another place to get back to nature city also announced yesterday that Runyon canyon has re opened as a one way loop joining all other city trails he says it's being closely monitored by city personnel under cobra nineteen safety guidelines two other recreation zones open Monday along the LA river in a lesion valley and in the Sepulveda basin in Encino for KCRW I'm Larry Parral meanwhile LA county leaders will ask governor Newsom to allow faster re opening of restaurants and some other businesses that are still closed because the pandemic the LA times reports the county will submit what is being called a variance application to the governor today for that variance to be approved the county will have to show its meeting state requirements for containing covert nineteen that includes having no more than twenty new hospitalizations on a single day and fewer than eight percent of people testing positive for the virus over the past week LA county reported more than eighteen hundred new coronavirus cases yesterday that was the most on a single day yet although officials say the numbers reflect a backlog of test results LA county also reported twenty seven nu kopen nineteen related
"sepulveda" Discussed on Run With It
"Our tempe you can replicate something like that in its Peregrine Chicago right and make your own tweaks to it as like. You don't need to be better. Her and snakes Amato's necessarily to be successful in order to get started. Yeah absolutely no point. I think my side one of the elements of a challenge for that starting stages ages is of course. How do you get people in the door? And I think there's a couple different models you consider one is bringing whatever the foundational business. Besides the Board Org Games is to the forefront if it's a cafe restaurant if it's a bar like making sure that element is accessible regardless of if they want to partake of the other half what you're doing. I think you make a big difference particularly for coffee if it's a coffee shop but people are hesitant to come in because like there's fifty feet of board games before you even get to the register sir. That space is actually hurdle to people just trying the other product that you're offering long. What do you think about location Carson? Someone finds the building itself or property in which they would though this business. Yeah that's a good question. I mean we've seen a lot of different types of models. I think that in terms of like searching for the right location I mean when we found the original founders brew points and elmhurst location was so perfect. That seemed like silly to pass up because I was right next to the train station. Shen is right next to a college. It was downtown Elmhurst. There's so many things going for it. But then our newest location our workshop and Rosary is like in the north side of Elmhurst percentage like on the side of a building that you wouldn't necessarily see it unless you're looking for it but because we've developed enough of a platform why not renovate a four thousand using square foot loading dock and pay cheaper rent than we would if we are in the middle of downtown and so I think that like in my mind is if you are new. You don't have a platform you don't have a brand. I think that really makes sense for you to try to have a spot. That is more like walking traffic but because something like this there's a lot of I mean there's a lot of value in having a lot of space. I think that if you have the ability so if you do have the brand you have the following to renovate a space. Is that a little bit more off the beaten path. It'd be like a really really cool space that it could be larger and cheaper than I'd say like before the like one vessel off the beaten path so I think either could work. It just depends on what like which way you want to go and to add to that. I think that one of the core things that we were very lucky and we learned early on was we started with a turnkey and to have the opportunity to go into a space that was already designed for the thing that we were doing. I don't I don't think we realized how much of a difference it made to us. Getting off the ground running and getting started and getting open quickly and so yeah. I do think from model like this this. I don't know that you're gonNA find the exact sort of turnkey but just to add that as an extra wrinkle to do you have a brand identity. Do People know you. And this is something that you're adding versus are starting brand new figuring out if the space that you're going into is already primed for at least a good portion of what you WanNa do can make a huge difference to getting open early to getting open on time and to what you actually need to spend additional money on in terms of being able to operate so so this is an interesting thing. That's coming up to is that there is a potential for any type of business that you want to start to just go around and see if there's anybody somebody that's already got it going and maybe they just looked Yassin has totally dropped or businesses. Going so well but they've got a lot of the equipment that you I need. And if either they're for sale sometimes people sell us but businesses for sale even on craigslist or slip probably a lot of websites. You can visit now to look for businesses for sale. You can also start a conversation. The station was summoned if you walk in their business it looks like they're not as a disaster about maybe things aren't running super smoothly. Are you thinking about selling this. Maybe they're looking for a partner that wants to Kinda like ticket into different direction and bring some new life into the business. I think people would be surprised at the types of opportunities might be out there and they can go. I think that what's it's interesting about. That specifically is that aboard game blink. Cafe Restaurant Bar. It could be any of those spaces. It'd maybe pretty easy to add board games but yeah the kitchen side can be really really expensive. Question that comes to mind for me is minimizing the downside of doing something like this of taken a risk. I imagine that getting a lease would be a relatively large financial. Bet I wonder how much of that success is the question from from Spike Sti h-h-how built this. How much of that success of a business like this? Do you think would be dependent on luck or how much of it would be independent on following a formula. Like what you outlined in your book so I mean. We didn't know anything when we started. We were just trying to be as engaged thoughtful with with what we're doing as much as possible so I definitely think there's a lot of luck involved and so everything that reflects back on is like oh like here are things that I wish. I did not necessarily everything anything that we did. Because found such a great location for our first shop. Like there's so many things in place that I didn't know. It was the Godson but it was. I mean we had fifty thousand dollars when we started original bruins and that was mostly Angelo's money and I guess this is your way of us getting engaged by me a coffee shop and then we like borrowed a little bit from our family. And that's all we had if if we didn't we did start getting to the green very quickly we wouldn't have made it but having at that low price along with pretty relatively low rent with the fact that it was like such a perfect location made kind of furthest culmination of while this actually ended up working. I think if any one thing was off it very easily could have like been six months in and done. We were very very very fortunate so as Melissa insinuated we didn't really have a plan. We are suddenly excited by this space. We went into a space and we were. I think literally overwhelmed a wellness like we were certainly terrified but overwhelmed by the potential that we saw and wrote out that excitement and I think something that is like really core to you are story in our experience with the business that we already have is. We had to acknowledge and embracing let it kind of like influence. Our decisions ends is that we have. We have the privilege to take risks like this. We didn't have the fear that if we fail we'd be completely homeless like we both came from backgrounds where our family could probably help us out for bids maybe help us find a job and privilege was key to taking the leap. So I don't think we want people to think that yeah we just figured it out like we were a super lucky. And that's the other side of this wall. Is that for all the time. Effort energy blood sweat tears that we put into it. All the sacrifices we've made on some level. It's always going to be a leap of faith as much as we but in like now we have a team in a community that have really taken the time to invest in what we're doing and invest in the vision that we put forth and we're doing our best to lead that out but that's not always the story like sometimes people are doing exactly what we're doing as much as we're doing and it just doesn't fit so I think I can't give a percentage to the luck versus skill or ago Anything like that but like it. It's certainly a component and we do our best to keep that in mind But we are very intentional I think in the way that we run it now. So if you're looking at something like this like this idea. I personally feel like the board game. CAFE IDEA has a lot of potential but I think the strength of listen is position as we already know how to run the cafe side pretty well and if somebody was coming into this completely fresh thinking about that revenue stream what is is going to allow me to sustain and eventually grow. It's probably going to be an element of like the cell. Potentially more than the experience is to start with and so figuring out where you're focusing on how to grow from. There is a core challenge of of this battle that we're talking about. I don't know if I would encourage someone to just go. Allow it and be like or Game Cafe Board Game Bar if they don't already have a sense of what it's like to run a food establishment because you're not going to have to deal with any regulations regulations on the board game side. You're going to have to deal with training but as far as being actually able to like do things in like a legal and sustainable matter you you have to have some knowledge or ability to learn how to ask an interesting little hack. I think that people could try. And I'm remembering this I. I don't know if you guys do this point. But there was a cafe that I used to go to Peru and they had games you know. They had in Django one of the Games that they had. It's just a simple little stackable stackable would game. It's cheap. It's simple but they would have Jenga tournaments and you know they would make a big deal of it and they'd put a sign up and all that you know a lot of travelers around so it was fun you could come. You could beat people. They could have this Jenga tournament. I think I actually one agenda. One of the Jenga tournaments is very surprised. I didn't even remember that. I want it until just now. That's like even more humble bragging. I guess a so good. I didn't even remember it. But but anyways you could go to somebody with an existing establishment coffee shop bar whatever I've got some FUN Games. What if one night a week I come in and I do something cool like Jingu tournament ornament or a host some kind of event that's game centered and we use that as a way to bring traffic into your Bar Restaurant Cafe and then if you could solely grow it from there either that restaurant or bar cafe could turn into your gaming cafe or maybe you can build a partnership with that person opened a new location and and then you've got that person that has that side of business on their hands and they had that experience I think that similar to Hell Trivia nights right those are independent companies? That come come in to a restaurant. And then we'll put on the entire production so yeah that model is out there that you can replicate. I think that's a great idea. Yeah absolutely we did a Catan tournament in that. That was a pretty fun night. Everybody had a good time and we brought in a lot of people still know. It's excellent idea. Cool thinking back to going back when question in New Orleans to live in New Orleans years ago there was a a new restaurant that came to town. It's called Ruby slipper and it was created by a manager at Shell. I didn't know directly but she basically Google how to build a restaurant how to run a restaurant right and just follow.
"sepulveda" Discussed on Run With It
"Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you the pleasure very You've gotTA staff saying story you're telling us before we started recording that you guys had only known each other or had been dating at least for Six months before found a coffee shop at on Frank's list in decided to dive into that. So you guys are obviously go getters risk-takers. He has some big ideas and with that he's got another big idea here that isn't necessarily completely new But I love that. You're bringing this to us because it's something that you guys have a great perspective on you'll be able to share it. So why don't you get started in teller listeners. About this idea that you'd like take them to run with absolutely let you run with this part of it and then we can talk a little bit behind wise and the business part of it as well. Thanks boss the idea that we were talking about is actually Board game cafe so as you mentioned we already run and own some coffee shops. We have a good idea. I do the cafe side and the idea that we have seen kind of in the wild is to pair that with more of like a sit down shared experience experience with whoever you're going with and having opportunity to buy games together while getting coffee you're getting a drink or getting food and using that as a doctor for connecting with people at your hang out very cool and so the meat of the twist at the new part of this idea is to bring word games and sort of shared community experiences into that. Yeah absolutely absolutely yeah. I guess I could give a kind of rundown of what it would be like to step into this theoretical space in our in our mind. Yeah so oh well before you do that I do WanNa add I love boardgames. Nice kid come with my ideal Friday night or Saturday in a lot of my friends. Know this it's GonNa be a game aim night at friends over dinner. We play a lot of pandemic endemic. Legacies gone through that. which is it's a big commitment for people who haven't played a legacy board games you are committing to at least twelve? Essentially twenty four sessions. That are at least not long of the same game. Wow Yeah but it changes over time. That's the quirk of it. Legacy Games are Super Fun. Yeah it changes. Every time the tough thing for us was actually rip up some cards in it which it just feels so like. You're taking a one way path you that you'd Never GonNa do anything with this game again. Sandwiches go I love this idea. I WanNa hear about how you guys want to manifest it so no I appreciate that. I'm an almond also interrupt and I'll put a wet blanket blanket on it and that is just as the idea. There's no no no I don't I think it's cool to actually. I just realizing there's another couple that listen this town which is funny Angeles live in my town. There's no couple listeners. That run into actually that conversation with the woman in the couple of the other day and she was like I hate organs. I hate them. I don't get it like I wanted to be doing something productive. I just seems like nothing is a waste of time and I was like. Oh Wow that's interesting just to bring that up and sometimes actually this comes up on the show a lot that pool your customers. Who Do you market to? Its come as a repeated theme like you want to sell to the sold a a lot when you have a new business idea and then let the converts come on later. You'll probably have a lot more traction that way but thanks for sharing your enthusiasm Chris we can cut out my wet blanket. It's not necessary. That's fine I think something about Board Games is that people have an idea reminded of what it means but really at the end of the a day. The reason why we'd want to do a board game cafe or the fact that we love boardgames has a lot to do with why we even like wanted to build points like it's all about community. It's all about connection. Listen you like to talk about how Angelo. I hope you don't mind mentioning this Says it'll loved wargames from like a really young age or ever had anyone anyone to play with So he he would buy board games and he was essentially play by himself because he didn't have anyone to play with and then when he met me I like had no no reference of like I I liked monopoly when I was like in middle school or elementary school and I was like. Oh I'll play with you and is easy for me to be like. Hey like other people should play to you. It's not nerdy. It's cool and started having like hold a plan with Angela. Already knew how to play all these board games in the hat. All these games because All that the time he had accumulated learning them I am salt so you just dominate them. All do they even come back after that first hundred years. Oh my God oh I lose all the time I lose like eighty five to ninety percent of the time for any game I play but if I can amend that story it wasn't that it was necessarily playing by myself but I was trying to learn how to play different games and honestly I being that was one of the things that I think is a court challenge to this particular model is if you want to have that board game night like you were talking about where he one of my friends over. One of the biggest challenges is is the on ramp if people don't know how to play or just getting them to be open to playing like that's always one of the biggest challenges and so I guess we'll get more into this later but the way in which I've thought about this idea one of the core things that I would want to address. Is that on boarding that. Intimidation factor or frustration factor or just like boredom factor. Occur of okay. It needs to be set up. Somebody needs to know how to play on. Somebody needs to each it because generally once you get into it people are into it then unless people are taking it really seriously. Mistakes are okay figuring out how to play practicing making mistakes along. The way is all part of the process but to go all the way back. I'm really glad that you're excited. I DID Board Games. 'cause that's exciting me. Tell us a little bit more about how you see this manifest. And how you enact this idea I guess I can speak more to kind the vision for it and I know Melissa Stott a little bit more about the business model but to be frank. This has been done. We've visited a number of other places that they've tried a model like this there's kingmakers in Columbus. There's pieces in Saint Louis. There's snakes and lots as in Canada and now they're in Tempe Arizona six days. It's like the big one. They're they're definitely the most successful so far. They're all really cool spaces generally but the things that I've noticed for my experience and not trying to degrade any of the just mentioned by name so not addressing them but but the thing that I've noticed is like that on Ram can be difficult like you go in and generally there's a host going to see like oh you're getting drinks. You're getting food. They're going to situates. They'll let you know the Board Game Library over there. Feel free to grab whatever you want. And it's very much up to the patron to kind of go and browse this library and know what they're looking for and bring back to the table and set it up and either learn it or no it and kind of have that shared experience and in order to get those people that wouldn't originally consider this as something fun so the the wet blanket example is a good one for me. One of the key differentiating factors in the way. I'm imagining. It is having a more hands on role of the staff that are serving the patrons and introducing them to it so a couple of the key differences that I have thought there is a lot of these places you go and they have the one hundred to like five hundred games on the wall and it is very impressive. It's like a visual display of seeing all these colorful boxes and all these options in front of you but unless you're already in the hobby that's really intimidating. Most people are going to default to. Do you have monopoly. Do you have scrambled you have settlers of Catan like they're gonNA look for something that they know and they can kind of dive into and ideally at least the way in which I've thought about it is much more limited library of more curated experiences experiences of. Let's say for example Thirty Standard Games that are always in stock and maybe like ten to twenty. That are rotating buff like the new stuff. That's really exciting. And and when you come in having either a technology driven experience or person to person driven experience where they bring the game to you and there's a menu available or the game's not just the food to where if you're brand new to this you can look at oh. This is a cooperative game. So we're not competing with each other or four people it takes takes about forty five minutes. And here's like three sentences about how it plays and then having the ability to trust that either the technology side or the person can bring it over. Open it up get set up and teach it to you so you can get into it and you don't have that pressure experience. And so that's kind of the way I've thought about it. so that is more tailored more approachable and that in also having like a curated library you know that it's not gonna be that. They picked the coolest looking box. And actually this is like a four hour game for people all that after. No it's really really well and they just have a less enjoyable experience. I'm curious it sounds like you've seen some other models and I gotta believe this has happened happened already but to these games stores make a game out of becoming a part of it like it's a game that you points or there's some sort of like puzzle you have to solve as you become a member or as you joined the club. Did they do that. I feel like that would be a great way to get people engaged. You know interesting. I don't know that I've seen anything with like loyalty. Not your memberships or anything like that. Yeah can't remember go question. That comes to mind just honing in on what the solution is. Do you anticipate bringing new a group of people together to play a game together or is this to people show up at the cafe and you want to give them a game experience that works for them. I think to start with. I would imagine it's easier to focus on people that are coming in that Ardi know each other and having more advertised and understood as an experience you can share with the people that you're coming with snakes lots actually when we visited them in. Toronto was a huge first date spot in the city because people would come with with I eight second date like really early in their experience. And I'm in and have a drink and play a game and kind of have their get. To know you sessions facilitated by this set of paper and components in front of them. They gave them something to talk about rather than just Christy. Now now it was not it was not no did Indian food right wife. Oh Indian food bowling and bubble tea. Yeah yeah a great combination. Yeah that sounds great. The thing that comes to mind is I guess. I'm picturing like even as simple as a whiteboard. I'm coming back to this idea of if I wanted to show up at night like this. I played a lot of board games. I'm in already. You don't have to convince me to do this but I still have never gone to spotlight this. Despite encountering them in Manila there was one within walking distance. It's still kind of intimidating and you sit down and you're playing a game and it feels like you're just doing what you do at home except out in public in. Yeah I I don't know there was something about. I couldn't get into it to do that so I wonder whether there's a bigger audience of people like me. Who already buy into or Games are fun born and they just haven't figured out a way to buy them in public space like this or if it's the people who maybe haven't had a good experience with bargains yet do you have a sense for which group may be bigger? Why I think this one's anew? Yeah well I think that it can be a pretty wide demographic. I think anyone who'd be interested in doing like an escape room or or murder mystery party or I mean even beyond that just because games can be tailored towards kids it could be tailored like two large demographic.
"sepulveda" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Florida continuing to lash out at democratic leaders on social media correspondent Kristen Holmes is traveling with the president right now we have learned from sources that Pat the colonias the White House lawyer who is at this point expected to lead president trump the defense in the impeachment trial will be down here in Mar a Lago as well as several president from other very close aides putting his son in law Jared Kushner contractors are scheduled to begin street restoration work in the area of metro's little Tokyo arts district station next month with traffic impacts in the area expected to continue through the end of August as part of the regional connector transit project the transit agency announced today firefighters rescued a fifty two year old man in distress from the Sapulpa basin in van Nuys this morning he was stuck in up to six feet of water in the flood control basin at the fifteen hundred block of west Burbank Boulevard he was pulled to safety at two fifteen AM and evaluated for potential hypothermia and a twenty three year old man is being accused of impersonating a cop on the fifteen freeway in Rancho Cucamonga he was arrested yesterday after allegedly flashing red and blue strobe lights behind an off duty el Monte cop the officer followed the suspect at speeds of over a hundred miles an hour the driver apparently had a suspended driver's license and his vehicle was impounded and due to the rain fall visitors is to LA county beaches are being caution to avoid ocean waters around discharging storm drains creeks and rivers where bacteria chemicals debris and trash are likely to cause contamination according to the LA county health department the beach advisory will remain in effect through Sunday at seven thirty A. M. talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports.
Man Rescued From LA River In Sepulveda Basin
"Firefighters rescued a fifty two year old man in distress from the Sapulpa basin in van Nuys this morning he was stuck in up to six feet of water in the flood control basin at the fifteen hundred block of west Burbank Boulevard he was pulled to safety at two fifteen AM and evaluated for potential
"sepulveda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is W. NYC from New York and morning on Richard hake seven oh four thirty three degrees over cast we could see some snow flurries later on today sunrise this morning is at seven thirteen a New Jersey Democrat who represents a district president trump one of twenty sixteen says he's switching parties to become a Republican congressman Jeff Andrew was also said he plans to vote against impeaching the president what house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler's has Vandross possible defection is not a sign of political backlash what what is reacting to reserve public polling that shows he can't get renominated the the his electorate in in age and is this six is twenty four percent to re nominate him in sixty percent to nominate somebody else now they're spoken ABC's this week he says the move to impeach the president is not political but is being done in defense of the constitution elected officials joined friends and community members yesterday and remembering test some majors the Barner college freshman fatally stabbed in Manhattan's Morningside park last week WNYC Shawn Carlson has more hundreds of people gathered near where the eighteen year old majors was killed early Wednesday evening local elected officials called for greater lighting and security in the park which is seen a sharp uptick in crime over the past year councilman mark Levin said at the vigil that the city failed not just majors but families of the surrounding communities a thirteen year old boy was arrested on Thursday in connection with the attack he's been charged with murder robbery and criminal possession of a weapon police say an investigation is continuing officials an immigrant rights advocates are touting the start of a new law today which will allow undocumented New Yorkers obtain driver's licenses state senator Louise Sepulveda spoken queens yesterday about the bill we should not be a state where people that are undocumented have the possibility of losing a child because of a traffic stop cannot take a child to medical appointments I cannot go visits Charles school because of fears that no one should have to live with an estimated two hundred sixty five thousand undocumented immigrants are expected to get drivers licenses within three years more than half of them in New York City and the winner of the twelfth annual cookie dough masters competition is defending champion Emily's they Haas she used her mother's recipe for the popular Porter Rican holiday drink here's what goes into a good cookie tell according to the event's founder Debbie can numbness rom rom lawmen room I love love love love assuming that's milk evaporated milk cream of coconut coconut coconut water eight finalists competed for the best cookie tell at the Bronx museum of the arts over the weekend rom and love.
"sepulveda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"News late edition Jennifer Jones Lee when Resnick me lead story this is bad as yesterday be prepared well if you're traveling maybe you're driving in which isn't bad because you're spending hours more on the road listening to our show so on behalf of our advertisers thank you very much we greatly appreciate it and Dr it's although it is better from what I understand in terms the parking structures and that line for I the taxis and the ride sharing companies Ober lift etcetera now than it was at the beginning they straighten it out somewhat somewhat yeah so people are still have their complaints but it's better right all right what do you think about toll lanes in the Sepulveda pass the member for years only county spends it making the four oh five freeway wider through this appalled that a past doesn't matter I mean I go through this ball would pass a lot and it doesn't matter I mean still bumper to bumper well now they wonder if they could put solo drivers in the car pool lane if they charge them a toll to drive in that lane would that make it any better I know and I'll tell you why because even the carpool lane is bumper to bumper yeah during rush hour which goes from four AM till three thirty AM the next day you got a half half our sweet spot yeah maybe on good days unless unless there's an accident I yeah at three in the morning the Oxford I the house impeachment report is being unveiled today but you won't hi closed doors and that's to both Democrats and Republicans and I soon that is that just the committee is okay and then on to vote I think on whether to like.
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"The commercial breaks live. I around here. KFI AM six forty. It's Conway show convert your dear. Sometime tonight. We have a guy coming on a guy named Randy Bish, B, I, S H. And he drew the most beautiful cartoon of my dad up in heaven with Harvey Korman that you could ever imagine on our Twitter page, I think it is right. On Twitter on everything. It's on everything and it really is cool. That is a really, really good one. I look, I may, you know, be obviously jaded here or not jaded, but prejudice here and saying that, that might be the most beautiful cartoon ever drawn about a celebrity that sums up his whole working career, and his relationship with his partner Harvey Korman in one frame. I don't think I I would love to see anything else when anybo- any other celebrity passed away that reaches that level of humor. Of know kindness of Harvey missing my dad, it's just it's the greatest cartoon ever. I'm a little disappointed though. Okay. I'm going to give it a nine point eight out of ten. Wow. Because I can't tell if Harvey wet himself. All right. You know, I was when we were young by my we had a dog named Dolly, and we're all watching the giant robot one night and, or I think it was giant robot. And we heard a car screech outside the house and a dog yelp, and we ran out there and our dog got hit by a car, and I think the guy pulled over. And so my dad saw that our, our dog had couple. Both busted legs and bleeding internally. So he threw threw us all into his car, and we sped off to the nearest, you know, twenty four hour vet seven o'clock on a Sunday and it was on we lived on magnolia and Balboa for all you jog or nuts out there. And they nearest twenty four hour vet was on magnolia and sepulveda's, which five up three or four miles. And that's just when Burbank opened up where you can take Burbank through the sepulveda's damn pick it up onto onto a sepulveda's when I was growing up. There was no through way through there. You had to go around either on victory or Ventura boulevard Ventura freeway. So he's on Burbank, and people know that St. especially when that street, just started and just open. Nobody was on it. It's the one St. in the valley can fly through from Balboa. To sepulveda's and not hit a traffic light. And do you know eighty five miles an hour? And consequently, that's where a lot of people die on that corner, the comes westbound on Burbank approaching bow boa, and they don't make that turn and they do five flips right into the golf course. So we're driving my dad's doing about ninety five miles an hour, and he hits one of those bumps I think it Woodley and we all sort of fly off our seats and come down and the car got little airborne. And I looked at my dad and today, did I love this dog too. But man, you got six kids. Any laughed? Yeah. I think you're right. I think I should maybe you know, a slow this down a little book sweetheart. You gotta dynamite. Have to slow down and let this. We get to the vet. We got a Christmas tree one year and my dad bought his house in Encino. And it was designed by the director of gone with the wind. So it had the big same staircase in the front. The foyer is my mom would call it and it was the ceiling was probably twenty twenty three twenty four feet tall. And my dad, you know, one year one to celebrate big and he went out. He bought a huge Christmas tree like one of those ones, you'd see the mall or you know not very far and had delivered to the house, and it was six feet tall. Oh. So he said to the lady who lived helped us out. Her husband was a brother was a tree, trimmer, and say, we're going to church. Can you cut six feet off the bottom of that trees? We can bring it into the house and something got lost in translation. Because when we got back, he cut the top seven feet off the tree. So we have basically like a square Christmas tree. For the year. And then he took the smaller tricks. It's still a seven footer and stuck it in the family. Well, you know, I mean that's that. I think that's I think that's the way to go. But I remember going to church on Sunday with by dad on Christmas. It was on, we're when we're going to Saint Sarah lls, because my mom got us kicked out of Saint mel's and Our Lady of grace, so we kept going down Ventura boulevard. One church to another. I want my mom kept getting kicked out because the priests wasn't conservative enough for her wasn't Catholic enough for her wasn't antiabortion enough for the whole run. She went up, so we're going to sell say to Saint Mao. No. Our Lady of grace kicked us out, so Sarah's and we're driving down there. There was nobody on the streets was Christmas. You know back in the late seventies when nobody would be on Ventura boulevard, and we stopped at a stop light. There was a homeless guy going through a trash can and my dad rolled his window down. He had a Cadillac Seville Beckham and he rolls his window down. And he said. Says to the guy going through the trash, he said, I how about a couple of bucks. And the guy turns he goes, I'm homeless, man. I can't spare any money. I was going to never. All right. We have a couple of guests coming on tonight and we'll continue to share some stories. I can't thank the people reached out to me and my family enough. I can't tell you how much that means at this time in our life. I could never repay you. And you have no idea the, the level of comfort all of you. Whether it was on Twitter on Facebook, a voicemail an, an actual or text or, or an Email or being on TV and saying something I cannot ever explain to you how important that was. And what that meant to our family. Our live on KFI more than as ban on parking RV's along.
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"Southbound sepulveda's approaching. Baby van is panorama city southbound approaching for this evening. With sports from the sky. Due hockey. Great job. Us up to a stop. And I wanted to be wrong. Nobody was seriously hurt. Yes. Do earlier you had mentioned spike strips is this the first time that we've heard that maybe spike strips are are gonna be deployed in this pursuit because it seems like well, I don't want to. When I do that officers weren't able to set up ahead of southbound sepulveda's. Passing saticoy. Try to deploy those spike strips there might have been moments. What's after that southbound on southbound? Southbound sepulveda's either just past saticoy or is about to. He's long past. You might be coming up on Sherman way. Blatant disregard pursuit suspect is on the phone with LAPD officers really to do with that like. Oh, gosh. There was kids. No kids. That's like a three year old. Oh my God. Almost took out a three year old in the Dan. Dan, or whoever was adult yelling, not realizing he's being chased by will say, oh, you know, while this guy in front of. Southbound sepulveda's just through victory right there. Yes. He's he's trying to get up on him. Yeah. He's trying to raise them right down, not realizing he's on live TV. Oh, yeah. You're right. This is a good person. I hope not because it is the guy in that other car has no idea what he's dealing with this evening. And he's looks like they did I'm hearing now turning into a business. Meaning that, you know, law enforcement two helicopters, another bike LAPD on the ground is so he's just turned into. This is one of those one nothing center whole foods. This is going to be that van Owen and sepulveda's sorry victory. And sepulveda's got to be that good. Dido's pizza.
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"With shouting emojis and her best Melita also commented writing, quote, strong fax and Kardashian family. Who cares? There's a damn might breach and wipe all of us out. That's more important. Art storm is what federal weather experts. Call a massive storm. That is fueled by van is here. Dell. Played a part in this crash. Single vehicle into a poll had to cut the roof off of that car to get out. Now, the driver was the only person inside that vehicle. Just moments ago was taken by ambulance to Holy Cross hospital. The ban is area. This is on. Now, there's going to be a area of sepulveda's shutdown basically between landmark and ran area while they get the emergency vehicles out of the way live in sky nine over van is stupid bacteria. That's not a big it's not a widely travelled street side street for most. It looks like more like Sherman way. I bet that's not supposed to them. Did you know what it did look a little to residential and skinny bingo. I bet you dollars to donuts because I grew up in the valley that what was just reported as a traffic accident sepulveda's was indeed Sherman way. And that's above. Let's see I think that mis mis represented where that accent was where is that angel doom? I was trying to figure that out too. I can hear him. I heard him say sepulveda's, but I don't see a wider shot than just right there at the it's not coming up on your maths or. Great point lead sepulveda's. Say it was closed between because that'll help us out. No, remember, I heard him say something about rain. It looks like it is it is above it. I'm just I'm getting a combination of that on Twitter. It's that. No. Here's the thing. It's that little bit of sepulveda's just north of the tracks as you approach Roscoe. Oh veers off. Yes. Oh, I see. Oh, that's like sepulveda's place. Yeah. It's like, it's I see. Overto- f- sepulveda's. Wow. That's the one where all the car dealerships are up there. It's up there too. It's where parts of where it splits where all of a sudden, it has a media. Okay. There's a little pocket right there. Chef marito's right there. I'll give them. The Nick could be sepulveda's. I'm still on staying on high alert. That could not be that's possible. Or a damn might be breaching and kill all of us storm is what federal weather experts. Call a massive storm that has fueled by atmospheric last time. It happened was the eighteen sixties. But if it happened again the army corps of engineers says.
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"We'll be back next week with episode six seven a change is gonna come. We had a blast taping that one live in San Francisco with special guest, Mary McCormack and with Roman Mars. Okay. Okay. Hey, one quick thing before you go. We want to recommend another fantastic radio Topi podcast. It's called Benjamin. Walkers theory of everything that's right and Benjamin walkers theory of everything just started a new miniseries is called failure failure. That sounds good. It's about a set of ideas and technologies that are making our world. Great again, here's a clip. Rich people are specially qualified geniuses. Therefore, we should deploy them to fix our schools are diseases. They should be president United States democracy is actually like a word. I didn't like very much because I came a Beijing. The odds when George Bush was bringing democracy to Iraq on a gut level. I was like like democracy women have never been befriended bite them. Look, I think. Because they've always been excluded fail, son. So the idea is that you failed and you're someone the kid. I mean, my my wife is she would be considered more of a success daughter. The dark web itself is like this horrible world of cyber criminals and like child pornography. I never heard of it until the intellectual dark web Cam along free speech YouTube, isn't that much better? But we have to come up with something recommended to people is. Clean up your room. You're a big boy you have to clean your apartment. Anyways. You should be cleaning your apartment anyways. You're a big boy subscribed to Benjamin walkers theory of everything theory of everything podcast dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. Radio tokyo. Ex.
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"After season four ended. Tony was promoted to be a senior casting executive at Warner Brothers. Give up the casting director job and become a caffeine executive. I recommended lors shifts who was a huge fan of the show. And I knew that she would know every episode and that would be perfect for to take over like Tony before her and like John Levy and Kevin Scott before him would go on to be nominated for an EMMY for casting the west wing. Tony's still at Warner Brothers. He's the senior vice president of casting for the network. In fact, I've been running into him recently. I have a recurring role in the big bang theory. And every episode begins with an initial table read, and there's quite a lineup there. And it includes Tony. And that's where I came up to him and said, hey, would you come on the podcast? That's perfect. Hey, side, note, you and Josh document, actually, Mr. Lyman have both appeared in the big bang theory, a habit that as a caching jacket. My job is a higher the cash director to cast the show, and then they were poor to me in terms of progress. You know, how the process is going and my job as a cashier executive is to precipitate the approval process. So the guest stars our health Acilitator. Approval as well as a series regular and guide everybody in the right direction. So we can do within the fishing way. The only reason you're their creators are having some sort of problem getting their point across the network or even the studio exact, and then I can be there to help represent them explains. Everybody why this is important to the producer to go this way. Instead of that way and shows run itself you stand back if you let the creator scrape the west wing was the last show that Tony worked on as a casting director. The rewarding thing was to be able to work with this incredible team because we were such a tight knit family. I didn't get to work with a lot of directors. It was mostly Alex rates Christmas Yano, and they would just sort of volume back and forth. And then Tommy would go in every once in a while. But we will also. It was a rewarding experience, and it was a great show too. And my cast career on you know. And that does it for this special bonus episode of the west wing weekly. Thanks for listening..
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"Foreign and domestic was how surprising it was that they had in McCain on playing a Russian we need something from you on his arrival and juuling outdoor photograph up. Unity president bucket must wear overcoat code you must wear coat. He must wear gloves, scarves, and earmuffs permissible option. That's right. Tony told me a little bit about that. It turns out. It was another casting decision that had to be made very quickly one time. This is the thing that scared me the most I had cast Russian guys in I had in hold at seven o'clock on fighting that they were going to start filming it at seven AM on Monday. And we hadn't cast either one of them and in the back of my head mcshane's had been pitched me by because he wanted to do the show, and they knew that there was something Russian going on because I said to them what might have a role the Russian diplomat, and they can be rushing accent. So I somehow got them to sign off on in that night, and we closed him. So he was able to show up on Monday. That was close. It was actually close many many times because of how late Arun would turn in his Bauges. I think one of the funniest conversations that had ever had with Aaron Sorkin. Which really just set me going was I get maybe one page or two pages. And we get called for move wells at noon, this if you have to cast this afternoon, it's the only thing we can shoot tomorrow. Tony didn't always know if this was going to turn into a big role in the episode or just a few lines. So I would just have to go into my wife or of people that I bought in before or pictures that I had said and everything, but I would call Aaron and say Aaron are these it's getting bigger, and I always get this. Once by the way, response was I this matter, and he hung up. So that's like what are you talking about? Well, this is a make just get a good actor. Yeah. That's like that. We've talked a lot before about how strict things were with the scripts, and there was definitely no room for improvisation or even just a little bit of paraphrasing and those aren't constraints that every actor feels comfortable working within. It was very taskmaster about what you do not change a word or a letter in the dialogue. It wouldn't set him off at a bad way. But it would certainly get to the point where they don't understand the role. They have to change a word right there always rib with the actors which made my wife a lot easier. 'cause then I could actually really watch what they were doing and Aaron loved reading with the actors, but I'll heels to knows the rhythm of the dialogue that was one of the challenges just really hard to make sure the actors when you walk in there, you gotta do the dialogue the way it was written almost everyone even the big names at to audition. The only person I think we ever offered it to two years that I did. It was Mary. Louise, Parker lily Tomlin and Matthew Perry. And I think Laura Dern reader everyone else read everybody else read, I didn't read. I had an inside track. They go because you're one of the big names. Josh, that's right. Big big name besides the pinpoint exactitude that the scripts needed. Sometimes you had to come in as a guest, Dr nail all the dialogue stuff and do a walk in talk course series. Regulars knew how to do it in their sleep. So that just made it even worse because you would be the one meshing it up and as a result. It would just be that much more pressure on the actor when Clement did the show. I remember his first scene was with Allison. And it was a walk and talk. And I went to the restroom to congratulate you on the show and I'd worked with him on previous serious. And he was shaking over searching didn't matter how big of a star you were. There was such a, you know, inhering love for this show that nobody wanted to mess up on that. But despite those challenges really probably somewhat because of them people still wanted to get cast so many actors wanted to be on the west wing this kind of thing they would want to audition for..
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"I think the main could was Josh played which was the kid that Josh sort of chides a lot and sort of make fun of fun away. This is the White House the home of the president and the executive branch most powerful, the three branches of the federal government. Yeah. Actually, Mr. Lyman. Isn't it true that the framers made sure that the executive branch was the week of three branches because we were breaking off from the royalist model? Put absolute power just one place. I mean, isn't that way they made the legislative branch or people's branch? The most powerful. Which I'm Billy Fernandez. Okay. I'll call you. Fred a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. I don't know how long we're all going to be here. But you just made my list the rule was key to the episodes of Josh Zuckerman, auditioned a few times, I mean, maybe three because we didn't have a lot of time. But despite the time crunch, they managed to get it all done. It was an interesting lesson because it showed it could be done, and I can subsequently during the course of I was there that wasn't the first time that happened. We realized that it with so many episodes because we have a system in place if we had to. Tony settled in as one of the west wing's casting directors. He said that if you're a producer on the show casting directors sort of act like your personal shoppers trying to figure out what's that you're gonna wear and how well you look in. And you'd give the producers many choices, and you may have the clout to recommend him really push one over the other. And sometimes you don't, but at least secure show them five put suits, and they pick the right one you can feel that you did your job correctly. So whenever there was guest star. I would give him about seven or eight choices and they would make a decision. And if in fact, they didn't make a decision that giving specific notes as to why these people weren't working. And here's what you need to do when you give me the next set of eight, and that's basically it works. And then once it shows in my job would be to negotiate their salary and their billing working on the west wing. However was different from other shows it was a little harder. Been pashas shows that I had done. You could always say, well, the writing wasn't that good. That's why we couldn't find after Sevilla the pressure of the lesson was anybody would do the show. And because I had all those choices to present. Erin into taught me if I didn't find the right people really was my fault. Since there's so many characters on the west wing who come back now. And then Tony did his homework. So he keep track of them. The thing that I remember it my inherited the show that I watched every episode again, and I wrote down every actor that had played a Senator congressman a cabinet member. So that if I read a script and it said secretary of blank, I say, oh, okay. I already knew that is. But sometimes the homework actually, wasn't useful that remember reading a script, and it was like a congressman from Ohio or something. I thought okay, we've already actually cast that. So I called him. And I said, you know, you we've actually Houston after for this year's just change of state. Aaron didn't actually want to bring back the same actor. He didn't mean it to be the same character. He just forgot that he'd already use that elected position in a storyline previously. So one thing we've talked about before when we were discussing the episode enemies..
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"And Warner Brothers television. I was the Castro turn the west wing seasons. Three and four which includes when I first joined the show, technically, I catch you on the Westlink technically they're called me and said we're going to judge me to the cast. So that's how I cast. So how'd you Tony end up on the west wing? Well, he grew up in Santa Rosa, California before moving to Los Angeles for school. I went to UCLA to be an actor. And I realized halfway through the process when I wasn't getting cast in anything that I really didn't like rehearsing next certainly didn't like the idea of memorizing lines. So what I did was I started focusing on directing because I liked that better. And I didn't mind rehearsing and figuring things out to make myself better at theatre directing. I thought I'd do an internship in casting and I got an internship at make Lieberman who was working to MGM at the time. And she hired me. They graduated from UCLA. Meg Lieberman is a two time. Emmy award winning casting director who has worked on shows like Seinfeld and the wonder years are sip for about two or three years and that came to one of brothers and eighty eight Tony was one of multiple casting directors working at Warner Brothers. He worked on a bunch of shows. He was working on the fourth season of suddenly Susan when the west wing made its debut on network TV in nineteen ninety nine and then two years later. There was an opening over there in two thousand one when GianLuigi was no longer able to. Do the west wing. He and Kevin Scott, we're casting it John had recommended me to take the show over and I met with Aaron and the Tommy, and then they give me the okay, which was great. I had absolutely no idea what it takes to become a casting director. So I asked Tony about cashing director is probably the longest road of any job in the business because you really have to react to risk before you become a casting director. And you've got to be aware of what they do. And what they don't do and what their strengths and weaknesses are. So that when a producer who doesn't know them asks you a bunch of questions you're well equipped to answer them don't came on for production for season three the Bartlett. Reelection campaign was going to be in full swing in disaster. The president puts his hands in his pockets and looks away and all that at the end of two cathedrals. So over the summer one of Tony's first assignments was to find the actress to play Bruno John Eli's team of consultants who are going to be brought in to help the campaign. The first one was Manchester part one and two, and that's what I added hybrid. And Evan handler and Ron silver to the cast Aaron. Tommy, John wells were very happy with there's just certain people. That was just these great Theodore people that was really easy to get past Aaron and Tommy I mean, you just really wanted to make sure you were making a smooth transition. And I felt like we got some really good people on those two shows. So it was sort of making. I felt like I was doing all right. And then nine eleven happens. Season. Three was scheduled to premiere on October third less than a month after September eleventh, but as the country reeled in the aftermath of the attack the west wing scrambled to figure out how the Bartlett administration could address it show on September twelfth. It was decided that in episode would be written in filmed and edited and casts in time for the premiere episode, which I assume weeks later, we were still finishing episode and when had to start casting this episode which Aaron was writing it like lightning speed. And then I was getting the pages. This is the episode that would become Isaac initial Tony have to cast the character of Kim Halley, the Muslim White House employees who gets falsely accused of terrorism. Plus he had to cast all the students who were at the White House for presidential classroom and the kids there's like eight of them Tommy in here, and we're very specific how they wanted us kits. Look and act, and they didn't want any show this kitchen at all. And in those days, we didn't have computerized submissions. So I just. Had a call every kid's agency..
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"I'm Dan Brekke K Q E news. There's been both criticism and confusion from California lawmakers today about a tweet by President Trump where he threatened to withhold FEMA funds from California for what he sees as improper forest management Johnson Cova reports the president's tweet is unclear he says he has ordered FEMA to withhold money from the state unless unnamed officials stopped mismanaging unspecified forest lands. It's also unverified. There's no evidence. California is mismanaging forest lands or that the president even directed fee. To do anything the town of paradise lost? At least eighty six residents who died in the fire with fourteen thousand homes destroyed Republican congressman Douglas alpha represents the area news become a staunch Trump ally. He said these threats to FEMA funding are not helpful. But from this president threats to funding are common. Many of those threats. However have not been followed up on neither the White House nor FEMA commented on the tweet in Los Angeles. I'm John sepulveda's news and bay area. Congressional Democrats are roundly condemning that tweet by President Trump emergency funds are helping many Californians who lives have been devastated by recent wildfires. South bay congresswoman Zoe Lofgren says Trump has no authority under federal law to withhold those emergency relief funds. She says to suggest otherwise is just cruel threatened people who've lost everything, you know. They're just now getting help from FEMA maybe getting a little trailer that they can live in the same that we're gonna take. That trailer. What is wrong with this man, peninsula congresswoman, Anna issue called the tweet stunning and dishonest several of the costliest and deadliest fires ignited on federal land. Federal government is responsible. For these lands. Not the state of California Republican US house majority leader Kevin McCarthy of the central valley is defending President Trump's comments that California isn't doing a good enough job managing its force. However, he didn't comment on the funding threat directly. Meantime, congresswoman SU who we just heard from. There is introducing legislation that requires sitting presidents and vice presidents and candidates for those offices to publicly disclose their ten most recent federal income tax returns as you says the Bill would make what would have been voluntary mandatory first of all the American people should have the benefit of transparency. I think it's part of the vetting process as you first introduced a Bill during the. Twenty sixteen election cycle when then candidate Donald Trump refused to release his taxes, but with Democrats now in control of the house. This is the first time the legislation has been allowed to go to the floor for a vote as part of a larger package of reforms and Mendocino county. Officials say they have denied the human remains found on a beach off the Pacific Coast Highway as belonging to sixteen year old Hannah heart heart was one of six children from a family killed winner. SUV plunged off a cliff the children and their parents died when thirty eight year old Jennifer heart, drove the SUV off the Pacific Coast Highway and over a sixty foot cliff into the ocean in March. Investigators say Jennifer Hart was drunk and the crash was intentional. A haven't determined a motive. Now, the remains of all, but one of the.
Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution
"The head of, the California Democratic party this week called for a boycott of the popular fast food chain, in and out after, a public filing revealed that the company had donated twenty five thousand dollars to the California Republican party party chairman Eric Baumann into tweet. On Wednesday linked to a? Story about. The contribution in Rhode eat to. In and out with the hashtag boycott in. And out in and out executive vice president Arne Weisinger said, in a statement, Thursday that? The company made equal contributions to both democratic and Republican political action committees and California in. Two thousand eighteen for years, in and out burger supported lawmakers. Who regardless of. Political affiliation promote policies. That strengthen California and allows us to. Continue. Operating with. The values of providing strong pay and great benefits for our
Judge to weigh new rules for U.S. reuniting of migrant families
"The listeners have it's morning edition from npr news i'm david green and i'm rachel martin we've got an update now on the children who are separated from their families after crossing the us mexico border a federal judge in san diego will decide today if the government is doing enough to reunite these families the trump trump administration said yesterday that all of the quote eligible children under age five had been reunited with their parents but nearly half of this very young group forty six kids were deemed ineligible by the government for reunification joining us for more john sepulveda's of member station k q e d who's been covering.
Opinion: Allies fear Trump will kick them, hug Putin
"The european union the sister institution of nato as a as a competitor of the united states and rachel these are the allies who are all in afghanistan with us all of them have troops there they've been in the fight against isis with us they've deployed troops to poland and estonia latvia lithuania just in the last year to contain putin and they've replaced essentially in bosnia and kosovo in the peacekeeping mission so they're doing a lot for us and you know the american leader needs to lead nato part of leading of course is to be a truth teller and to be tough when you have to but also to be supportive in this tweet this morning the president's taking other shot at nato and so the europeans i think well i know the european leaders just don't trust him how are the europeans going to react to president trump's upcoming summit with russia's president vladimir putin coming right on the heels of this nato is a big week because the president's in in nato in brussels and then he goes and meets president putin at the beginning of at the end of this week the europeans are worried and here's what they're worried about there's an existential crisis going on i've been to four european countries in the last three weeks the right wing populace have taken over in hong antidemocratic populace in hungary and poland there in the government of italy there in the government the czech republic president trump has been supporting the right wing antidemocratic populace and at the same time he's been taking rhetorical shots twitter attacks against german chancellor angela merkel who's the leader of the continent and obviously a supporter of democracy and as i've talked to european leaders at the eu at nato and the french government and the end in spanish government they're just they're frustrated they're frustrated that he's the first american president who's not standing up for tomography in europe when it's under attack by these extreme right antidemocratic populist movements riding on the wave of immigration and they believe that the president is not friendly towards them not silly towards the eu or nato what do they do i mean what leverage do they have well you know they are the europeans are giving us substantial military support that depends upon public support and if our president isn't positive about nato as well as being critical when he can that's not going to be effective leadership do you think nato is still relevant there's no question it's relevant is the way we defend the united states and europe from attack from country like like a terrorist groups or country like russia nicholas burns former us ambassador to nato thanks investor thank you a federal judge ruled late yesterday that the government cannot hold immigrant families who crossed the border illegally in longterm detention the trump administration wanted to amend a long standing consent decree that said children couldn't be held for more than twenty days john sepulveda's from member station k q e d has the story there are over one hundred children under the age of five in federal custody separated from their parents at the border in today is the deadline ordered by a federal judge in san diego to bring those children back together with their families the government attorneys asked for an extension saying they couldn't match all of the kids with parents in time to comply with that deadline they could match over half however and today at least fifty four children with parents in the custody of immigration and customs enforcement will be reunited the rest as many as forty eight will not it's it's really agencies that created this mess in and created the chaos sparta's for with the aclu he's one of the attorneys who brought suit against the government over child separations they separated these parents without any systems in place for what.
Washington, Thailand and Npr discussed on Morning Edition
"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum divers in northern thailand have begun the process of rescuing twelve schoolboys and their coach from the cave where they've been trapped since june twenty third michael sullivan reports from shanghai that are thirties were worrying their window of opportunity was closing with heavy rains coming they could flood the cave even more the local governor says the operation began at ten a m local time that the divers taking the boys out or a mixed group of foreign specialists and tie navy seals and that the first boy probably wouldn't be brought to the entrance to the cave for at least eleven hours which means it's going to take a while to get them all out and the rain is starting already michael sullivan reporting from thailand workers are preparing to lift a sunken boat off the coast of thailand today it went down a storm thursday near the island of pook cat killing at least forty one people mostly tourists from china at least fourteen people are still missing secretary of state mike palm peyot says he believes that north korea will stay true to its commitment to dismantle its nuclear program even after north korea suggested it's will could falter npr's elise hugh reports the divisions opened up after two days of highlevel talks npr young pompeo and his north korean counterpart discussed how to implement the broad outlines of an agreement made between president trump and kim jong un last month but differences emerged soon after pompeo left pyongyang north korea said the united states betrayed the spirit of last month's agreement by demanding complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization north korea favors a phased drawdown speaking to reporters sunday pompeo emphasized kim jong un did commit to denuclearize in june steel i'm hopeful that we will find a path forward to achieve that commitment that chairman kim himself made personally to president trump and then to the world the secretary of state will head next to vietnam elise hugh npr news soul in california wildfires are burning from the northern border with oregon to the southern border with mexico q e d john's sepulveda's reports record hot weather is hampering firefighting efforts throughout many areas of california the son cannot be seen because of the thick haze from smoke that fills the sky over the heat from the sun can definitely be felt as temperatures in many places are reaching triple digit record highs near the oregon border high temperatures have mixed with dry forest to fuel a fire that covers more than thirty square miles the klamath and fire as it's called has killed at least one person on the central coast near santa barbara evacuations were ordered in at least twenty homes have been destroyed by wildfire and here in san diego county a wildfire jumped a fire line and burned down eighteen structures in mobile home park in all three areas of the state whether is expected to call during the coming week for npr news i'm john sepulveda's in san diego this is npr news authorities in japan say several million people are out of their homes after torrential rains caused floods and landslides at least fifty four people died and dozens are still missing some roads have been closed and rail service was suspended for a time and more rain is expected today and tomorrow the government of guatemala has given the survivors of the communities hardest hit by the june third volcanic eruption just a few more days to search for the remains of their loved ones and as maria martin reports the official death count has risen officials statistics in what the malas say fatalities from the volcanic eruption are up to one hundred thirteen with three more victims identified the official search for victims of the eruption of the volcano call forego had been called off several weeks ago the what the modern disaster area since the area is too risky and still vulnerable to all chemic activity but in the hardest hit communities have los look this rodeo townspeople continue to search for remains of their loved ones they say we'll keep looking even if the government doesn't help as they work mostly on their own or with other volunteers to fight whatever remains of their families the government has given them only until wednesday of next week to do the sad job of digging through the ash and destruction for npr news marie martin and i'm thinking what the mullahs the leaders of ethiopia eritrea met today for the first time in nearly twenty years in the capital of eritrea the visit from the.
Michigan State to pay $500 million to Nassar sex abuse victims
"The california report team and john sepulveda's will be along at five fifty one six fifty one and eight fifty one for you right here this is michael state good morning it's six after four forum begins with michael krasny at nine and at nine forum we'll discuss san francisco's proposition e which you no doubt have heard about it would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products including flavored vaping liquids supporters of proposition ise this will keep tobacco out of the hands of teens but opponents say the measure would hurt small businesses you'll hear from both sides of the issues in the nine o'clock hour at ten former israeli prime minister ehud barak joins forum to discuss his new memoir he'll give his perspective on the recent violence in gaza and other issues as well former israeli prime minister abe who barack in the ten o'clock hour of forum this morning bay weather today mostly cloudy in the morning then becoming partly cloudy highs is cool as the sixties near the coast and around the bay up to the mid seventy s inland here's more morning edition the time again seven after four this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm rachel martin in washington dc three hundred and thirty two women it's hard to wrap your head around that number think about a huge auditorium think about that auditorium filled to capacity three hundred and thirty two that's the number of women who alleged that they were sexually abused by larry nassar he's the former sports doctor at the michigan's at michigan state university who also worked for usa gymnastics yesterday the university of michigan agreed to pay five hundred million dollars to settle these hundreds of claims yesterday's proposed settlement is one of the largest ever for sexual abuse victims we're joined now by the.
Initial Deployment of California National Guard Troops Arrives at U.S.-Mexico Border
"And lectures program tonight from eight till nine o'clock with a repeat airing tomorrow morning at two here on k q e d a revised weather forecast shows mostly cloudy start to the day with patchy fog this morning it'll become partly cloudy inland later we'll have highs from the low sixties to the mid seventy s along with westerly winds from ten to twenty miles per hour san francisco will see a high of sixty one degrees oakland we'll get up to sixty three san jose will have a high of seventy and sacramento a high of seventy five the time is five fifty one from collects echo this is the california report good morning to you jon sepulveda's well after a very public political back and forth between governor jerry brown and president trump california guard personnel were deployed to the border yesterday here in imperial county some fifty three guard members showed up at an event in l center where they were paraded in front of cameras during a press conference now i'll high on optics this pr rollout was low.