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"south san diego" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"No wonder on a winning tear, it should be noted last game, three null triumph over the Phoenix rising, take that bit below and fascinated. San Diego, one of the biggest markets currently without an MLS team to often struggle as a football town if we're being honest, short lived teams, San Diego Toros, 1968, San Diego jaws in 1976. I love that teammate. And then the San Diego soccer's 1976 to 84 also a hilarious name. But tell us about the culture, the vision, tell us what you're building in San Diego with all of you. Yeah, I've been here 7 years, so I have just enough context now to understand this town. The reality is, is there's just so much to do here, that you have to be different if you really want to capture people's attention. So on a Saturday, you can go to SeaWorld or the zoo or the beach or go sit at the park or the Padres when they're in season. There's so much to do here. So if you want to be if you want to be legitimate and be people's choice of entertainment, not just, oh, that sounds interesting. We'll do that. Meaning people decide and plan ahead every week that they want to go to ascend to the San Diego loyal game. You have to connect in a real way with a community. And that's taken a lot of time, partially because we started in 2020 during COVID, so we weren't in front of our fans. But the beauty I had in the early days of me living here, we had soccer city group that was trying to bring Major League Soccer to San Diego in the beauty, you know, I talk about trouble as opportunity while, although that didn't happen, the amount of relationships I built and people I met along the way. A lot of the same people I see in the stadium filling up are terrible stadium every week. So that's been a big benefit. And we've just built a genuine connection in our city and that's very unique in especially at this level. It's hard at the MLS level, but it's very unique in U.S. cell. There's no there's no fan base like ours. And there's no connection between the club and the fan base like there is with ours. So we're very proud of that. But it's taken a lot of time. And just to the earlier comment about the national team and how important it is to have continuity and all those ways. Fans connect to players that connect to a culture and an identity that they can identify with that they're proud of. And when there's constant turnover, it makes it really hard to have that. So one of the things we've gotten right is lots of continuity with our staff with our players with our front office with our owner who's fantastic and that's led to the first outdoor men's successful professional team ever in San Diego. Yeah, we have every city in the U.S. has a different distinct soccer culture, San Diego, you've got league AMX's show low across the border in Tijuana where it draws fans from San Diego, the San Diego wave during a huge NWSL crowds into that new stadium and you've got the loyal penalty beating or comers. In your words, in your experience, how would you describe the San Diego football culture and what's unique about it? It is really unique and it's a great question. So in San Diego, you have south San Diego, which is borders Mexico City of a heavy Mexican Latin influence. You have north San Diego, which is more of your sort of suburban white moms, families, et cetera. You have downtown San Diego that has a really vibrant urban center that is what you would expect from a major city with lots of young professionals. So there's that. And then you get east San Diego, which is sort of more rural, more country, that kind of stuff. So it makes for a really unique culture, but what we've been able to do is shape the way people expect our team to play. And you watch football over the world, our beloved Everton. Over the last few years, you never know what you're going to get. When you turn the TV on. You know, you know it's not going to be fun to watch. But as far as what you expect to see from a team every week, is what our fans now expect to see. And I think we've helped them really grow their minds to understand what good football can look like. And so that's been a really enjoyable piece of it. And now our fans are so knowledgeable, right? No matter where they come from, the common denominator is that they love the game. They love San Diego and they love San Diego loyal. And that's been really fun to watch that evolve. I've got to say, I love the USL to me, it's really the lungs of a game in this nation where it's incredible array of teams. It's levels, the two levels, the development work, that it's doing at the grassroots level. Your EVP of soccer operations, which when I think about that, it's responsible for the everything. What you're doing, and looks importantly, what you seeing that makes you optimistic about the future. I've been able to sort of craft a role over four years that one I enjoy doing in two I'm good at. There's things I like doing that I'm not good at. There's things I am good at, but I don't really like doing. So what I do now is help with a lot of the recruitment and retaining of our players, whether it's with agents and speaking to them and getting contracts done that kind of stuff. I don't get great joy out of that, but I built a lot of relationships in the game over the years, so it's allowed me to utilize those relationships and help our players, which I really enjoy. One sort of twice a week, I go down to the field. I review film with all the attacking players from the game. I work with the I work individually with the attacking guys on our team and that gives me great joy. Great pleasure to go down and help them. And then over the course of weeks in the year, watch them get better at certain things. One thing we forget at all levels, MLS, even with the national team, is
"south san diego" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"So what you're kind of looking at on this map here is sort of the standard democratic victory in california and i think to me. That's the key with this recall. If the recall is going to have any chance of succeeding he could talk about one particular demographic group or turn the big picture thing that has to happen for recall. supporters is. They need lots of people who voted for biden in twenty twenty who voted for newsom in twenty eighteen. Who voted for clinton in two thousand sixteen who typically vote democratic. They need a lot of them to vote for the recall. And so just take a look at this map right here. You see all these. See some red area. I should say the red areas you see on. The typical map and california tend to be rural smaller population areas. The big population centers are the blue areas on the states of for instance. I think this is one interesting way of looking at it. La county there's ten million people in la county right here. This is bigger than new jersey. This is twenty five percent of all the vote in the state of california is going to come out of la county. And if you just add an orange county to the south san diego there and the inland empire san bernardino and riverside. You just look at this sort of block votes here. That's more than half the votes. Statewide is gonna come out of this small pocket right here and again you see. It's all blue right now. So the challenge for recall supporters. Just for instance if you take orange county here you know. Biden won't orange county by nine points over. Trump trump got forty four points. Here if the recall is going to succeed tomorrow. And you're looking at a place like orange county tomorrow night. The number for the recall has got to be like at least sixty percent. It's got to be getting an accounting like orange sixty percent support and you could just look at that. If biden one at fifty three forty four over trump to get to sixty percent a lot of people who voted for biden a lot of democratic voters have got support this thing. So that's the big challenge recall. Supporters have to try to do this in one of the bluest states in the country. Save let me ask you about one. Other dynamic must be hard to model and must be hard to get quantitative about because it's a relatively new phenomenon which is on one side of the ledger. Republican leaders and republican trusted voices and indeed people in conservative media telling those core voters that the elections rigged that their vote will be counted that the system is stacked against them. There was a a lot of questioning at for the georgia senate races following november twenty twenty. There's a lot of questioning whether or not republican voters actually sat home because they had been essentially demoralized about the integrity of democracy because of the way that trump was questioning the presidential election result and a lot of speculation that that contributed to those democrats. Winning those two senate seats in georgia. Is that quantifiable dynamic. Since we're seeing the republicans hit that line so hard heading into the california recall tomorrow. There's a couple of things i mean. We will look tomorrow. We get final results whenever we do get the final results. We'll look and we'll see the core republican areas. How was turn out there relative to the to the to the republican areas. Was there sort of a disparity there. We ended up seeing that when we looked at georgia. One thing. I would say they would. California is unlike georgia. Every voter in the state was automatically registered. Voter was automatically mailed the ballot and they've been mailing them back in now for weeks so there is some question card core. Anti newsom pro recall folks. They already voted before. This latest sort of messaging you're describing started going out there. I think that's one variable but the other variable is if you're looking at polling a month ago and there wasn't a ton of it a month ago but there was a month ago the people across the country political observers. We're getting curious about this race. Because a month ago the recall was within a single digits in the polling there were even a couple of polls that had the recall leading and you could quibble with the methodology and all of them but there was a curiosity piqued when it came to california a month ago and much more recently a look at the polls. I just showed jim minute ago. The polls now almost uniformly showing solid for nuisance surviving so. I think there has been a shift in interest level in this election. It's really worked the democrats favorites against thirty point biden's state this is orange county. I should put the state back to thirty point biden. State's democrats started getting the word out. They started spending money. Started getting media coverage here and it does seem like that. Democratic electorate woke up in the last few weeks. At least that's what the polling is suggesting to us which is which is the gigantic astros. Jiang's over our heads damocles everyday. Now steve kornacki. Msnbc's political correspondent. Steve as always wonderful to have you on nights like this. Thank you so much all right much more to get to tonight. Stay with us. It.
"south san diego" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We'll find out what's on his mind vis a vis the news of the day. Let's continue handle on the news, Jennifer Jones, Lee and me. Well, you know, yesterday was kind of good news, where some people were allowed to go back to their homes in South Lake Tahoe Firefighters finally making some progress, at least Slowing the advance. Of the Kaldor fire. And now there's a bunch of other fires cropping up all over the place. Up in Cinema County more than a dozen fires just yesterday. Popped up. Now they've been able to get a handle on most of these fairly quickly. Thank goodness, but it's just another headache. That they don't need also. Amador County. Isn't that where the teller fire is? I think, in part, yeah, part of it. Well, now there's the Lawrence fire. That's been burning since Sunday. They had some road closures. They did have some evacuations, although that Lawrence Fire is almost 90% contained. Bridge fire a little further north of there. So and then Hey, let's not leave out our Southern friends. Oh, no to the South San Diego County. The Aruba Fire started Sunday afternoon again. Kind of got it surrounded fairly quickly, but you just see it's like every time you turn around and other fires popping up, And when was the last time we even dead? An update on the specifics of the Dixie Fire. Great and that just illustrates right how, and every year it's more and more and more and more to the point where you can't even keep up with All of the major destructive fires that are going up because it would be four hours of fires. Updated. I didn't. Nobody wants that. I did a story earlier with the National Weather Service and one of the meteorologists was essentially saying he was talking about how this week we've got a heat advisory in effect in the inland empire through nine o'clock on Friday night. And essentially, he was saying you should put together a fire kit. So now you'll have your earthquake kit. But then you'll have your fire kit, which is essentially a go kit. Something that you are ready to go during wildfire season that you have an evacuation route. You have a process planned. You have your go bag. Kind of ready to go and it it. You know, it is weird. It absolutely makes sense. In in their brains. We have had it beat into us Put together an earthquake kit. Earthquake Quit Earthquake kit just as quickly. Honestly, you have a fire pop up in your backyard. Absolutely makes sense. Why wouldn't I have a backpack under my bed? That's ready to go at any time. Can't they be the same kit? Um, yes And no to the scent. Can it be two bags? Basically, 11 is the bug out bag, which would be equally applicable for fires or earthquake. The other could be the earthquake supplies. Sure, food, the water, the longer term stuff, But you're right. You have to think about fires now the same way that some people Have been thinking about earthquakes. All right. Some of the people who were able to go back to their homes in the South Lake Tahoe area have been told you might have a new friend waiting for you when you get home. Because apparently they have seen this surge in bear break ins because bear break ins in Tahoe are not uncommon at all. I mean, it happens a lot that you'll hear these stories of a bear breaking into a house to get food or window was left open and you know it. It reminds me of the old grandma made a pie and put it on the window to cool kind of thing. And the bear walked by and smelled it and was like sweet. Thanks, Grandma. It's that same kind of thing. But with humans away for more than a week, these bears got bolder. They started going into areas They might have gotten burned out of the areas that they were used to habitat. You know, um in Aba tatting? No. What's the word I'm looking for? Inhabiting? Thank you. And then now they were like, Hey, the Smith family is gone. We can go take over their place and that's what they're seeing more and more so they're just telling people Hey, when you go home You'll be surprised if you walk in the door and there's Yogi and you know his buddy on the couch, but Yes, we'll see a lot more tiktok videos. Yeah. Well as if the Gulf Coast doesn't have enough problems trying to get back to normal. After Hurricane Ida, Um You need any construction done, You're going to be waiting a long time It would be paying through the nose because there's a shortage of supplies and a shortage of workers. So that's the two things you need. Write it to 100% shortage of the things you need to get. For example, your roof repaired. And that's just on top of the fact that there's still parts of New Orleans, for example, there's still parts of New Orleans that haven't fully been rebuilt and recovered from Katrina. Not to mention what was that hurricane last year, Laura Yeah. Laura. So you've got I mean, there's still It's like they can't get out from under. The damage already done. And then here comes another hurricane right? There is a point at which you really have to wondered Like, why live there anymore. Yeah. I mean, I know Trumbull, Wamba and everything. I get knocked down, but I get up again. But isn't there a point? Even Chumbawamba? At some point, I think would say all right. That's enough getting knocked down all the time. I'm not going to get up again. I'm going to crawl away and live somewhere else. Let's get a news updates and then we'll finish up. Handle on the news. It's K F I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Well, the.
"south san diego" Discussed on KGO 810
"Oh, yeah, by far and that's why it was done. I mean, because a couple of big things are sitting out there they could be concerns one, a humongous fire season that most people estimate now could be even worse. There are historic season last summer and another big one. Sitting out there is the reopening or not of the entire state school system, which is going to happen in the next about four weeks from now. If that does not go well, and there's a lot of still unknowns there and some real warning signs. That could be a major problem. We're going to talk about that. At four o'clock, we'll have Dr John Schwartzberg from UCSF Berkeley joint program. Trying to figure out about these variants of what it means. It looks like right now, though, that you know the vaccines are doing well, there's a new lambda variant, but it seems to me that Pfizer Moderna especially have done a great job in J and J two. I mean, and, um, that makes me feel like the old school openings. But, you know, cross. My fingers are going to go. Well, we'll We'll see what happens when you put 1,502,000 teenagers right and all the faculty and staff people together in one place. We haven't done that yet. That will happen come mid August. Um, So what happens? Uh, for Newsome and the Democrats after the streetcars, Just recall. Uh, is this a leftover of of of the trump years? That kind of got because we don't have The electric rates that Davis gave us and everything that caused him to be, you know, sent packing. Um, it seems to me like this one is different. This was just more about straight politics to start with. People don't know they're quick history. The recall effort started pre covid. But where it really picked up momentum Chip, as you know, was during covid. And there were a lot of concerns as you know, And these were, by the way, uh, not partisan issues. There was just a lot of concern about the way Gavin was handling. Um, the covid issue and, of course, What was the apex? The French laundry, French laundry, You know, in politics, you know that pissed me off. Chicks are so critical. That was what actually was the tipping point. That single incident is what propelled the recall and its momentum. Like Howard Dean. All right. We really had that kind of like, uh, In a way I look at that. I go back and I think them out myself. That's everything. That my conservative friends hate about liberals is this, you know? Well, you know the masses don't understand. We understand, you know, And and and that's not true. It's a stereotype. Obviously not a liberals like that. But The ones that are are, you know, make it really tough for people that, you know, want to have a progressive message through economics and social, the whole strata. You know, it came at a time, of course, when people were exceptionally vulnerable Small businesses were really struggling. People were told. Don't go anywhere, let alone a restaurant, Certainly not on mass. And that optic. I mean, it's not gone away. Do you think Faulkner of all the people that you've seen like we've got now? Larry Elder in there and this guy, Kylie and I don't know much about, um, but Cox and the bear and you know, Faulkner seems to me to be like a pretty reasoned and seasoned politician. That, um and that maybe the reason why he's the bad not not the right guy in this particular situation because you've got to come out screaming at the top of your lungs or be a movie star to win this thing. Well, he, uh Has gotten some good traction. He does have a long track record, as you know, in San Diego, a successful one by the way, as a Republican mayor of that city, and by all accounts, people reasonably well liked. He did well down there by most people's accounts. You're right. He's not high profile. Um Kevin Kelly. He won't know as well. He's from the Sacramento area. But he was successful in that lawsuit in challenging some of the governor's covid restriction of powers. Larry Elder will be the game changer. If there is one. If people don't know him, conservative talk so host nationally will have the ability to raise a lot of profile African American African American. A lot of he'll have the ability to raise Lot of money have national names come into the state on his behalf. We don't have an Arnold Schwarzenegger this time, and that's the one There have been a lot of names floated around on both the Republican and Democratic side. But we don't have one yet. The deadline by the way for jumping in if you still want to do that Chip happens to be July 16th coming up here shortly. Only four grand and you, too, can have your name on the ballot. Get real quick Falconer story. So I was in South San Diego down there was a councilman and he passed to get this ordinance passed. We couldn't drink on the beach. Did I tell you the story and no, no, no. And so everybody's they, the radio station got behind it. And everybody went in the water with their booze. And they came right up to the shoreline. And there was like 300 people all this floating booze and and Faulkner came down to see it, and he was like, you know, He had He tipped his hat. What he really wanted to do is he had a wink winks and like, you know, we're not trying to stop the people that have a cup of wine, and they do it discreetly. We're trying to stop these parties where people can hurt and stuff like that. And I always kind of I kind of liked him. Then I didn't think his politics were I mean, you know, he was not trump again by any sense of the meeting was old school. Kind of, Um, Buckley asked..
"south san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Change. California find proven treatment Options Choose change. See a daughter Warg Coco's next real time traffic update. Just 10 minutes away. Morning clouds patchy fallen clearing to sunny skies except at the beach. By this afternoon, little warm up starts tomorrow through Friday, cooling down again as we head into the weekend. I know it's Monday. We're not thinking about the weekend, but we can if we want 69 on the coast. 73 inland or in the mountains and 95 in the desert right now in downtown San Diego. It's 63 degrees Kogo in two years time, 8 42 Police are still searching for a man they say is armed and dangerous. It began as bounty hunters tried to take a man into custody in South San Diego. He got away taking off in the car. Following a pursuit. He had a tree with that car, then got out and ran away. That happened about three o'clock in the morning on Ocean View Boulevard near Queen MCA in the Mountain View neighborhood. No word on what he was wanted for. Officials say three people were shot after a fight broke out in the parking lot of Ah La Mesa bar. Officials say the fight happened just after midnight On Mother's Day, officers sent to the Albie Bar along Baltimore Drive as shots were fired. They found one man shot He was taken to the hospital to other men took themselves to the hospital. All three are expected to recover. Witnesses say that the men were in a fight with one other person, But that person has not been located, medical experts say to safeguard your covert vaccine records. You've gotten your Corona virus vaccination. Now, What do you do with the card? You get providing proof, many health experts are advising. Don't laminate it. A nurse might need to record future booster doses or the heat from a laminating machine could ruin the info and make it hard to read centers for Disease control and prevention doesn't have any guidance on lamination on it. The website but does note that you should keep it in case you need it for future use that you should consider taking a picture of the card as a backup copy. If you lose your card, the CDC says, you can.
"south san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Continues to leg behind where it was around this time before the pandemic hit, but some areas are still seeing some restrictions across the country. Open table says that in California Sunday night seated diners were about 96%. Where they were during the same day back in 2019 on Gina. Survey. Idiot. Bloomberg for News radio. 600 Kogo. Thank you very much. Gina use radio 600 Kogo breaking news. An armed and dangerous man on the loose in South San Diego, a fugitive trying to escape bounty hunters crashed into a tree and then got out and ran away. It happened about three o'clock on Ocean View Boulevard near Queen MCA. In Mountain View, Police have begun a manhunt. This past week, City officials pumped up the anticipated reopening of Broadway. But now police are investigating the shootings of three people, including a four year old girl in Times Square. See. The four year old was shot in the leg. A 23 year old woman was shot in the leg and a 43 year old woman was shot in the foot, all hospitalized in stable condition. The gunfire erupted during a dispute among a group of men. No word on why, As more people get vaccinated, the percentage of San Diegans with covered 19 is going down. 190 people tested positive for coronavirus Sunday. There were no deaths reported one metric county health officials are taking a look at the positive test case rate out of 9200 tested just 2% were positive. That lowered the 14 day rolling average tow 1.3%, and that is a record low for this year. If you have a student going toe high school, they may be able to get a covert vaccine this week. Sharp Healthcare and U C San Diego health will be hosting pop up covert vaccination sites at several high schools in San Diego. The sights will be opened this week and could remain open over the next few weeks in an attempt to get students vaccinated before summer break. Suzanne Shea of Sharp Healthcare tells reporting partner 10 News. The provider is mobilizing staff at all levels to administer. The vaccines are pulling in our nurses are physicians or pharmacists are hospital administration. It's all hands on deck early to get ready for all of this teens, 16 and up can sign up for the Fizer vaccine at the school sites, But the FDA could soon allow students 12 and up to get the shot at him. A coven KOGO news The president of San Diego Unified says that while most students are expected to be back full time in the fall, not everyone will be Richard Barrera says. Since schools we opened admit April about a half of all students are back in the classroom, and he told AM seven sixties Mark Larsen that some parents have told the district that they don't want their kids back in school. When the new school year begins. They've had somebody in their family that has died of coded It's because they've got people in their family that have health conditions, and they're still worried. And you know the students are not vaccinated. Ferreira says The school district cannot require students to get vaccinated without the state Legislature passing a law We're obviously highly encouraging students to get vaccinated when successful, we're gonna create opportunities at War club Albert Koga News can the U. S reach herd immunity in the fight against the virus. Health officials have said it would take 70 to 85% of people getting fully vaccinated to reach her immunity. Dr. Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health, says it's important not to get too wrapped up in the concept. We need to be careful not to have heard immunity being this bright line that we're definitely going to get to They will still be people who decide not to be vaccinated. There will still be a question about how long the immunity last visor has started the process to obtain full FDA approval of its vaccine for all Americans, 16 and older. Rachel Sutherland Fox News. It's not a question of if but when trophy, Lundberg Popper, publisher of the Lundberg Survey, which tracks gas prices, told Fox News Radio how the closure of the colonial pipeline because of a cyber attack is going to effect. Gas prices generation of that and the success of dealing with substitute delivery in volume. Cannot yet be known, but it will add to price. The question is just whether it will be a short clip of a small amount or something much more serious. The Colonial by blind has become the victim of a ransomware cyber attacks of forced to shut down a major portion of the pipeline that carries roughly 45% of the East Coast fuel supplies. And then there's the Rock Hall of Fame..
"south san diego" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"In South San Diego, a fugitive trying to escape bounty hunters crashed into a tree, then got out and ran away. This happened about three o'clock this morning on Ocean View Boulevard near Queen MCA. In Mountain View. Police do have a manhunt going on as we speak. As we get more information about this, of course, will pass it along to you here on Kogo. Still no word from police this morning after they served a search warrant at the home of the missing South Bay woman, Chila Vista Detectives went to my a million stays home. They served her husband, Larry, with the temporary gun violence restraining order. It prohibits anybody from owning, purchasing, receiving or having custody of a firearm, ammo or magazine. Police are not talking not even to her family. Sister told reporting partner 10 News she found about it found out about it from the media. I wish we have four open communication with Philip Disciplines department, but I always like kind of have, like open minded that they might have their reasons not to let us know. That restraining order issued just last week. My Amillia today was last seen January 7th in Colorado, another deadly mass shooting. A gunman opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado Springs, killing six adults and turning that gun on himself. Officers arrived in a mobile home park found the bodies in a man with serious injuries who died later at the hospital. Shooter was apparently the boyfriend of one of the female victims at the party. It was attended by friends, family and Children. He walked inside open fire and then shot himself. It was Colorado's worst mass shooting since a gunman killed 10 people at a Boulder supermarket March 22nd. The White House is preparing for possible next steps after a ransomware cyber attack on an oil pipeline officials already declared an emergency and now the colonial pipeline company is working to restart its system, which was temporarily shut down Friday. It says it's waiting to confirm all this safe more than 5000 miles of the pipeline was taken off line to contain the threat. The shutdown could cause gas prices to rise nationwide. Mark me field as the world fights coronavirus with approved vaccine some countries are falling further behind the world's wealthiest nations are stockpiling corona virus vaccines for their citizens, while many other countries still are scrambling to secure doses off you, like Chad have yet to receive any vaccines. The World Health Organization says about a dozen countries many of them in Africa are waiting to get vaccines. Wh O says delays and shortages are pushing African countries further behind the rest of the world in the rollout of covert 19 vaccines. The continent accounts for only 1% of vaccines administered worldwide. That's and Carrick reporting the pandemic. While the numbers continue to go down here in the state and in San Diego, it could change the way some of you work. That's what the San Diego Association of governments wanted to know. So they did. A study interviewed an array of businesses and employees sandbags, Antoinette Meyer told Coco News. Remote work policies and practices changed dramatically in response to the bandit Mick and also found changes. We're not equal a crow. Just different industries, occupations or by employees, demographics, almost 50% of employees that I was more productive working from home. Only 9% of businesses felt that way. So that might be why employers are anxious to see their employees return to the to the workplace. Meyer says the study shows most businesses believe remote work will be less prevalent following the pandemic than at its peak. But with that said, she said, more employers have considered teller worked as a viable option. Phil Farrar, KOGO news The San Diego region is ready for a big comeback, and it apparently is already underway. Chamber of Commerce CEO Jerry Sanders says businesses are already picking up and after summer when more people are vaccinated. We should almost be back to normal in terms of restaurants, he says. They will likely keep the patios, they added. We've been working with city along with others to make a lot of those changes permanent. We have found that it makes it really a vibrant area and you know it used to be probably some of the restaurants and other businesses that didn't want their parking spaces. Taken and now they're fine with it, too. If they can open up, even whiter and start making up for lost business, he says. It doesn't matter where San Diego is in terms of metrics. Come June 15th, the state will be able to reopen fully Marilyn Haider Kogo news. At the discretion of the governor's office. The D M V is scrapping plans to cut driver's license testing in 25 languages. A memo laying out the plan was obtained by the Sacramento Bee newspaper. In it, the D M V was making plans to offer driver's license testing in seven languages. English, Spanish, Armenian, Chinese, Hindi, Punjabi and Vietnamese. In fact, the memo indicated the D M V wasn't bound by law to offer more than seven languages under the Dymally Allegory Language Services Act of 1973, the D. M V was slow to respond to our request for an interview, But a written statement reads like this. The seven languages together cover more than 95% of DNP customers. But meeting the needs of non and limited English customers is more important. John Libertine, NBC news radio. Shit. You ain't the same and you keep on thanking. My Carrie is not happy with rapper White Kay, who released a new song Friday. The song called Let It Off, uses a sample of her hit. Shake it off. 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"south san diego" Discussed on WORLD OVER
"Al. Vida king is up next but first the us supreme court has ruled that california governor gavin newsom 's ban on indoor church services unconstitutional. The order effectively lifts the state ban on indoor religious gatherings in a six to three decision the justices granted and appeal late. Friday evening from south san diego church that challenge the restrictions. Granting the right to gather and worship the supreme court said limiting attendance to twenty five percent of the buildings capacity is acceptable and restrictions on singing and chanting could also be relaxed archbishop salvator cord leoni of san francisco. Who's been on. This program regularly has been petitioning the state for the right to worship indoors for months now so this is welcome news. My next guests participated in the cardinal o'connor conference on life an annual pro-life event organized by georgetown university a few weeks ago now pro-abortion students at the university have submitted a petition calling her out for opposition to same-sex marriage support for former president donald trump and criticism of the black lives matter organization. The petition contains anonymous statements from undergraduate students. Alleging that they now feel unsafe. As a result of this event which was virtual. By the way. She's the niece of dr martin luther king and director of civil rights for the unborn at priest for life. Please welcome back to the program. Alveda king i'll to thank you for being here. I wanna get your reaction to this petition. What did you think when you read this and in what way do you think you made. The students feel unsafe. Raymond i want to give you this. Little caveat. i things have changed so much. it wasn't too long ago prior to covert that. You and i could be sitting right across each from each other and your studio and we could have a conversation. You could see my body language. I could see yours. You could hear the want that my town. You can really see my face now. We have masks. We have to do all of this virtual work and so everything has been so deep personalized that.
Who would replace Kamala Harris as California Senator?
"We still have 12 weeks before the November election, Voters will decide between President Trump on my vice President Mike Pence against former Vice President Joe Biden and current Democratic vice presidential nominee California Senator Kamala Harris. But in Harris are victorious. Governor Newsome will have to appoint a new senator to serve the next two years here in California, and well, there's been early speculation on names like State Attorney General Javier Becerra and San Diego State Senator Toni Atkins. Another elected officials told the governor he's interested. Mayor of Imperial Beach Search, the DEA sent a note to the governor with a picture of him in a business suit with a surfboard and water, nothing his intention to seek the appointments If the Democrats win because Pamela Harris may become our next vice president, I notified Governor Newsome like everyone does not is via Twitter that I'd like to be on the collection left to be the next U. S. Senator put out Open seat. And I think it's important to have someone who's not from the insider circle in Sacramento on someone that's ready to help clean up California and fight for our planet and our ocean from day one. Well and yes, I think it was the announcement that color base attention picture of you in a business suit with your surfboard. Right. The water's edge. Kind of embodying what it means to be from Imperial Beach. Yeah, you know, and you're a bitch, maybe small. What? We're mighty, You know, I've seen the names of some of the more high profile candidates and you know the reality of California's in trouble countries in trouble, And so we need someone who's used to doing things without a lot of resource is gonna support. You could get things done quickly, and that's experience. I've had thereby be in that experience that we need for the next senator from California and as the native Senate, California someone who rested 500 California the lifeguard for the state and for the city of Baby, I'm ready for the job and just look forward to being considered by Governor Newsome. Well, obviously you've worked with the governor, and in fact, you've worked as high as going to the White House when it comes to the sewage issue along the border, with the issues coming out of Mexico to impact San Diego County Imperial Beach, the city of San Diego. Everywhere else here with its impact that profile of yours with that fight has gone to the highest level. Yeah, so you know, unfortunately, because sewage issue is continuing to happen. I ve had to reach out from everybody from the president of Mexico, too. You know, President Trump We've met Got Governor knew someone. The governor of Baja California. So yeah, felt the times were like more like an international diplomat rather than a mare. But that is good practice good experience for what it takes to be an effective senator. To give you credit. Since the minute she was in office, she has support our first queen of the border. She's put a lot of attention on period Beach. In fact, her California director came to Imperial Beach to visit her stop is in very involved in this issue, so she's been great on the tissue as well as Senator Feinstein, but it's time for a new direction and and that's what I'm putting My My name in the hat or handed the ring And you know there is a perception out there at some points where you know, San Diego geographically being where it is. So we feel that the state of times may forget about us or things like that. You know, putting San Diego right back up there and kind of raising our hand and saying, Hey, what about us? Yeah, you know, Right now we have two senators from Northern California from the Bay area, So obviously we need a lot more Southern California repetition and the fact that Southern California needs a lot of help. We've seen that during this covert Christ of some of the highest rates, obviously in the country in Southern California, especially here in South San Diego and along the border, So we're in trouble have the highest rate of unemployment in the state along the borderlands question. Imperial County so We're in trouble. We need to get someone to replace Senator Harris. She gets elected vice president who's fighting for California and every California and not just the ones who can write campaign checks, right? I think that's important to make sure that someone who works for every California In every corner of state and every family and put families and kids first for California