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Fresh update on "southern california" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"The other side of the of the baseball fans Spectrum that win was obviously needed, but the way that they went about doing it scoring runs they scored, you know, getting what you got out of smiling, which might have been a surprise and then the bullpen coming in and doing good work. This has been a team all year long. That's gotten it done from a team aspect and last night was was probably the biggest moment of it. Yeah, And, you know, I mean, I think that You know, there's something comes of this season. You know if it's you know, just three games against the Dodgers at the end, I think people are going to remember the throw that Daniel Robertson made. I mean that to me the most amazing thing I've seen in a long, long time. I mean, it's tough enough for a regular outfielder to make that To feel that ball that way and make that throw and this guy was in his first or second inning in left field in over two years, he had 31 innings of major league experience in the outfield. And T round up, pick up that ball and throw it the way he did get runners fastest. Hampson to keep the Rockies from taking control of that game was just It was just on inspiring on DH. Yeah, everything else. You know, seeing the work every move that Kappler made worked out just fine on And it was. It was a women Ain't they need, you know, probably at least four more of those. I was reading today The Giants are moving. I guess the players into Ah San Francisco hotel today to be in the postseason quote unquote bubble. So just the guys who are on the roster this year not not the guys in the secondary roster I would imagine, but Why don't you tell us about that, Henry? And is this just the players or is it the players and their families have is that work? No, I don't. They're not with their families. This is ah. This is a bubble that is leaguewide. It was something that was mandated by the commissioner's office and a Zai understand it right now. It does not involve the families. And I don't know that exactly changes for the bubble that they're goingto have in Southern California and in Texas for the playoffs once they get past the first round. I mean, this looks Let's just let's just face backs. I mean, this is all about money. The whole season is about money, and that the real money for the owner's comes from the television revenue they get in the postseason. That's where it all comes from on DH. They cannot afford anything that would upset the postseason and cause games not be played. So, um,.
Wildfire Ignition is Solvable
"Right. Now, if I look out my window, I, see a very Brown's guy. It looks like it's twilight but you know it's ten o'clock in the morning and it should be a bright and sunny grew up in California I'm Californian for almost my entire life. And you know I have many graduate students in my lab at Stanford that come here from all over the place and they sort of assumed that it's normal. And I had to tell him now I mean I don't remember this ever when I was growing up I mean you'd hear about. Fires every once in a while on the on the news but it certainly in the last couple years has become a completely regular thing. So I can certainly understand your eagerness to to help solve this problem, solve ables about how you're GonNa do it what's your solvable for dealing with these fires? Many many millions of gallons of retardant. So used every year right the iconic red stuff you see being dropped from planes. And that's really only ever used reactively. So once a fire has started. Our main approach is trying to stop them before they start. Now one of the limitations that we're trying to address is if you want to go and pre treat areas where you know fires are going to start. One of the primary limitations of the current hardens that they don't stay where you put. A high wind or heavy do is enough to wash the retardants off the vegetation. So they stopped working off. So what we sought to do was to to not create a new retardant let's say 'cause we're using the same active fire retarding agent but instead tweaking the performance additives so that the retarded stays on the vegetation. Throughout the duration of the fire season. So you can spray one time in June. Let's say and have protection against fire starts. All the way through until the rainy season comes. So can you describe this stuff? What's it like if you touch it how does it feel? It's not quite a lot of people think of Jello and they think of a gel in it's not thick like that. It looks Kinda like cream really So what we developed in my lab improves the adherence. So more of what you spray actually sticks on the vegetation and it improves the durability. So it's really only once you get into the ratings season that the materials will wash away and simply biodegrade on the soil. Yeah. The evidence in I mean you know it works yes. So we did pilot scale studies to test ourselves and we tried to burn it It was actually. Kinda fun because you know we would do the experiments and and see the fire would not actually ignite even through extensive weathering. So we rain to half an inch on it and let it sit in the environment for six weeks. The treated grass, it wouldn't burn. So some of the folks that we're working with started just drawing funny faces in the grass with the with a torch because even if you took a torch to, it wouldn't ignite. Wow. Then we were able to step it up and actually do some full scale pilot studies in and treated a number of roadside segments in southern, California many of them are small but every one of these ignitions requires crews to go out and put him out. So they use a lot of resources that take a firefighter time that they could be spending doing things like controlled burns. And we reported that they were zero fires in the treated areas Eric, this targeted intervention, right? You don't need to treat the whole forest. You just go where the fires most likely to happen. Yeah. Exactly. I think that's An important misconception that I see a lot of places know we're not talking about treating the entire forest like you would with a controlled burn. We're talking about treating only right where the fires likely to start, and so if you envision a roadside where if you have a car that overheats and it pulls over into the grass, right next to the roadway or somebody throws a cigarette out of their window, it only lands right next. To the roadway, and so you only have to treat right there and what's beautiful about that is that let's say a twenty foot wide treatment protects all of the forest beyond it. Yeah and this cream that you're spraying is it is it safe for plants and trees and birds and animals and people I mean something about the look of that read stuff coming out of planes I always think I would not like to be underneath it. Yeah. So we when we were developing this, we specifically designed it to be safe. That was one of the the primary concerns because anything you're putting out in the environment, you want to be one hundred percent certain that it's safe and effective. We designed it using cellulose, adjust plant matter, and a thing called Colloidal Silica, which you can think of as Nanna sand. So it's just primarily sand and
Fresh update on "southern california" discussed on Larry Elder
"At a news conference. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says the reaction to the Louisville charges will reflect whether people want the truth or a truth that fits a certain narrative. I know that not everyone will be satisfied. Of the charges we've reported today. My team set out to investigate the circumstances surrounding Ms Taylor's death. I did it with a singular Go in mind pursuing the truth. Protesters have gathered in Louisville. Angry with the grand jury's decision. Police have declared an unlawful assembly before the nine PM Louisville curfew this evening. And they say chemical agents may be used if protesters don't disperse. Three and possibly for Corona virus. Vaccines have been developed and they've reached stage three development. FDA Commissioner Stephen Han says. Career Sinus, not politicians will decide whether any Corona virus vaccine meets clearly stated standards, decisions to authorize or approve any such vaccine or therapeutic. Will be made by the dedicated career staff of FDA. You are thorough review processes and science will guide our decisions. Federal investigators are looking into whether a huge wildfire near Los Angeles was sparked by Southern California Edison utility equipment. Edison has turned over a section of an overhead conductor from the utilities facility near a dam in the area where the bobcat fire started September 6th. The initial report of fire was near Cogswell them a 12:21 p.m. September 6th. A utility says five minutes earlier. 12 16 PM a circuit of the substation experienced a possible disturbance or event. Edison says cameras captured smoke developing in the area around 12 10 PM prior to the activity on Edison Circuit. On Wall Street. The Dow down by 525 points, the NASDAQ dropped 3 30 more on these stories at townhall dot com. It's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain, straining and bloating again and again. No way. Maybe it's occasional constipation. Maybe it's not. You could have a chronic condition called irritable bowel syndrome, with constipation or a BSC Lindsey s Orla Nacua Tide is a prescription that treats I b sc in adults. Lindsay's works differently than laxatives to help relieve belly pain and let you have more frequent in complete bell movements. Individual results. Mayberry do not give the Children less than six and it should not be given to Children. Sixto less than 18. It may harm them. Do not.
Scores arrested in global crackdown on darknet opioid trafficking
"And say that the number of alleged traffickers have been charged in here in Southern California in connection with an operation to distribute meth and other illegal drugs. All around the world Chief of the Postal Inspection Service is Gary Barksdale says It was very sophisticated. Some of these people are extremely text savvy and capable of adapting quickly. To ever changing techniques and technologies by using a dark Web and other means they're able to sell the ship, narcotics and other dangerous goods around the world Exploding the U. S. Mail and other consignment carries now an alleged trafficker who was a key supplier to the based organization is being sought. It was charged last week with possession and trafficking. Of this year. Five other members of the narcotics ring were arrested on federal charges and authorities made a number of seizures of narcotics and crypto currency.
Fresh update on "southern california" discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Our top local story had to 30 did malfunctioning power equipment play a role in igniting the massive bobcat fire. It's a question investigators are asking as they focus on the area where it all started. We go live now to K annexed in seventies Craig figure and Karen. We've confirmed that SoCal Edison has given a federal investigators electrical equipment that may have sparked the bobcat fire. Shortly after the noon hour it was September. The 60 utility acknowledges an equipment problem that same day and time near Cogswell Dam where the fire started. So Cal Edison says a camera also showed smoke in the area. However, the smoke is seen several minutes before the equipment malfunction. A section of a C circuit experienced a really operation default on a circuit at 12 16. PM The Mount Wilson East camera captured initial stages of the fire with the first observe smoke it at least as early as 12:10 p.m. a little discrepancy in the time. Potentially that's David Song was so Cal Edison, speaking with connects the U. S Forest Service, handling the investigation into the exact cause. Edison says it is cooperating by handing over the equipment in question Reporting live Craig figure Can IX 10 70 News Radio Firefighters say containment of the Bobcat fire more than double what? It was just 24 hours ago. 38% today 17% this time yesterday, 52 structures destroyed 27 were homes. But it's not touch the Mount Wilson Observatory or the dozen FM and TV transmitter towers that share that peak. Firefighters have lived backfires widen fire breaks in a week long effort to save the area. Actuacion orders remain in effects in some foothill communities on the north End of the fire in the Antelope Valley. If you think California's fire situation is bad now, just wait. We're about to enter the season of the Santa ANAs, October and November. Our peak months for these devil wins the big race here in Southern California. What arrives first? Santana's under extremely dry conditions, which we have right now, or the rains, which tend to damp the fire climatologist Bill Patzert says. Compounding the problem this year will be Latina conditions. There's often a tendency during a La Nina for a dry winter here in Southern California in the American Southwest. That's not good news. That's it points out the most fires tend to be human caused either intentionally set or accidental. He encourages people for the next couple of months, at least to be especially careful because 2020 We can get worse. Vicky Mork Annex 10 70 NewsRadio numbers looking promising when it comes to L. A county's fights against Corona viruses to stands now test positivity race and the number of new infections for 100,000 people both low enough that the county could be moved out of the purple most restrictive tear if they hold up for two weeks. In addition, the number of people hospitalized for Kobe continues to decline. So public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer was asked. Why is the county keeping so many restrictions in place? I think we're so worried because we saw what happened in July. Where we had relatively low rates of hospitalizations, and within a matter of weeks, we were seeing 2200 people in the hospital every day, so it's very easy if we have increased transmission for that, too very quickly result in Increases in hospitalizations, which then as we saw resulted in increases in death, another concern the are the infection rates has climbed to just a bit over one that indicates infections are spreading. There are more than 30 new virus deaths in the county, pushing the total above 6400. There are nearly 1300 new cases. Well, some schools around the state are beginning to reopen. Private schools in L, a county are being kept closed. And those who run them say they are frustrated and angry by the go slow approach. We're talking about hundreds of schools, including religious schools, and tens of thousands of students and the operators believe L. A county health officials are making arbitrary decisions to keep private schools closed without even considering their waiver applications. Tom Conjoined is the head of village Christian School in Sun Valley. Well, the county came up with a guy lines as well as the state. The waiver system is the state's system, and the county has decided not to follow that system. He says. The private schools spent a small fortune getting ready to reopen and now their stock. We had to buy all the personal protective equipment that the county told us we should invest in. We had to re imagine our campuses to allow for more social distancing, enjoy and says they just want the Same chance than other schools have enjoyed in this state to reopen safely. John Bear KO next 10 70 news radio. One.
Fire sparked by gender-reveal device killed Hotshot crew boss
"Fire officials in Southern California say more than 1000 homes in the mountains north east of Los Angeles, remain threatened by the Bobcat fire. Matt Dillon with member station K. C. R W says a firefighter killed last week while working a fire in the San Bernardino Mountains has been identified. 39 year old Charlie Morton was a firefighter for practically his entire adult life. He joined the U. S Forest Service in 2006 and eventually became a squad boss for a crew of hotshots. The blaze that took his life Eldorado fire was sparked a gender reveal party. It's now burned more than 22,000 acres.
Fresh "Southern California" from KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"Patty. We continue with more news from around the bay area and across the world and including and that included in that mix this afternoon, the latest on the Flyers with the potential for triple digit temperatures and gusty winds. National Weather Service is called a fire Weather watch this weekend for the North Bay Mountains, East Bay Hills and interior valleys. This case of guesses Mike Dewald reports, fire officials and Sonoma County will be put on alert Yet again. Wind gusts up to 55 MPH are in the forecast but are expected to stay in the upper elevations. However, those winds in the upper elevations still do present significant concerned US. It's Paul Lowenthal with Santa Rosa Fire Department, he says. The expectation is that the fire Weather watch will be upgraded to a red flag warning, which would lead local agencies toe up staff cruise With local units assisting in Butte County, Lewis National Forest, The Oregon border and Southern California Resource.
Snow-Cainado May Be Tied To Prof Barnabas T. Viles Weather Machine
"Information is still pouring in about the deadly snow K. NATO which struck southern California earlier this week here's what we know so far. The freak weather event was reportedly made up of over five thousand simultaneous frozen tornadoes linked together in a massive swirling monsoon, and over the last three days, it is buried Los Angeles in eight feet of snow. Many residents have been forced to evacuate their damaged homes only to be sucked up into the deadly cyclones or washed away by giant waves of what witnesses called hot ice. The mayor of Los Angeles called a state of emergency on Monday, we don't have snow K. NATO emergency plan. So I've activated the typhoon, Tornado flood and ice storm plans simultaneously. Immense Not really working very well. So how did this happen? The National? Weather Service issued a major update just last night warning that this unprecedented combination soon, Nami hailstorm main. May Be linked to a weather destabilizing machine built by professor Barnabus t vile
New California Law Makes It A Misdemeanor To Spread Misinformation About Voting By Mail
"Misdemeanor criminal offence in California to spread misinformation about voting by mail. That's thanks to a state law just signed by the governor and authored by a Southern California legislator. State Senator Henry Stern of Los Angeles, warns Californians If they're trying to use social media to intentionally mislead voters about the right and ability to vote by mail, Local D A's and the state attorney general could go after them. Nearly 60% of California's voters are already registered as permanent vote by mail voters, meaning they're automatically set a vote by mail ballot before each election.
California firefighters struggle to put out massive Bobcat fire
"Wildfire burning in southern California moved into more residential communities. Today, thousands of residents are under mandatory evacuation orders. Remember station KPCC Julia Paschen reports. Firefighters hoped a few days of cooler temperatures would help tame the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest. Instead, high winds pushed the flames north into the foothill communities above. Fire crews are working to stop the fire from spreading further north west. Some residents along the southern end of the fire have been allowed to return home as firefighters get a handle on the area near the fire's origin. While conditions have improved, the historic Mount Wilson Observatory remains under close watch. For
California Wildfires Continue To Hurt the West Coast
"Strong afternoon winds intensified a wildfire burning for nearly two weeks in mountains northeast of Los Angeles. Prompting authorities to issue evacuation orders for desert communities that already lost some homes and officials were investigating Thursday's death of a firefighter on the lines of another Southern California wildfire sparked by fireworks. The fires have killed at least 35 people in the U. S. Forest Service honor the firefighter who died battling the Eldorado fire in the San Bernardino Forest with a procession of first responders. The circumstances of his death have not been released. The Eldorado Fire started about two weeks ago from a pyrotechnic device at a gender reveal party.
Homes destroyed after winds push California fire into desert
"More homes destroyed in California as winds push wildfires into the desert. The bobcat fire burn semi rural desert properties when it was pushed by gusts into the community of Juniper Hills in northern Los Angeles County. Bryan Nam evacuated his Juniper Hills home after he saw the fire nearby. I'm here I'm really distraught, wondering what's going on with my house right now. Meanwhile, officials are investigating the death of a firefighter on the lines of another Southern California wildfire sparked during a gender reveal A
Firefighter dies battling California wildfire sparked by gender reveal
"Local story at 6 30. The The fire fire is is burning burning in in Southern Southern California California and and the the death death of of a a fire fire fighter fighter on on the the Eldorado Eldorado Wildfire. Wildfire. One One near near your your kippah kippah San San Bernadino Bernadino National Forest. It was sparked by ism smoke producing firework that was set off a gender Reveal party. A spokesperson for the Forest Service talks about the death of the firefighter's name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. Our deepest sympathies are with the family, friends and fellow firefighters During this time. The cause is under investigation panics. Legal analyst Eve Meister tails can accident. The family who held the gender reveal party could face charges. Using a pyrotechnics at this place at that time, in that way that could amount to misdemeanor around. And if, as a result of their initial listing an act someone died. Manslaughter charge this fire The Eldorado Wildfire At last word is 66%, contained after burning close to 20,000 acres,
Bobcat Fire continues to spread at 3% containment in Los Angeles area
"Southern California are in for another day of smoky air as a stubborn wildfire in the San Gabriel Mountains, resist efforts to bring it under control. A bobcat fire grew 5000 acres in just the past day. It's now burned more than 46,000 acres and is still just 3% contained the challenges that very steep terrain and you see some of these areas is having burning over 60 80 years, so it's very dry. I mean, it's been hot in Southern California. That's L. A county fire Captain Dave Dan Ticks. Speaking to Katie. A. A
California boat fire crew says they weren't trained for emergencies
"After a deathly boat fire in California a new report shows crew members on a dive boat were never instructed on emergency procedures. A predawn fire swept through the vessel off the coast of Southern California, killing 34 people tonight. The cause of that fire is still not known, but it's possible phones and other electronic devices plugged into outlets. Spark the flames. Five crew members, including the captain, survived, court documents show The captain will likely face criminal charges
California boat fire crew says they weren't trained for emergencies
"Members of a Southern California dive boat have told investigators they were not trained on emergency procedures before a fire broke out last year, killing 34 people. That's according to federal documents that Concepcion was carrying 33 passengers on a Labor Day weekend scuba diving expedition last year off the southern California coast.
Firefighters save historic California observatory from blaze
"Like the Wilson Observatory in Southern California is safe from a wild fire that is burning in the Angeles National Forest. It was an extremely close call, though the bobcat fire came within 500 ft of the observatory, But officials say crews were able to keep the historic sites safe. The observatory played a key role in early 20th century astronomy. It's where it was confirmed that Galaxies outside the Milky Way exist and that the universe is expanding.
Fires rage as southern California grapples with 'extreme red flag'
"The wildfires on the West Coast Oregon, putting a spotlight on climate change, but it is not the only reason why we are seeing such destruction, even in the iconic and typically wet woods of the Pacific Northwest. For more. We've got NPR's Kirk Sigler, who has covered wildfires for this network for more than a decade. Kirk Hi, Good morning, Rachel. So we know that the forests and the brush the grasses in the West. Are extraordinarily dried out because of climate change. Kind of remind us how we got here. Well, right. There are a couple other big things going on here that we have to consider. And one is that we've also spent the last century stamping out wildfires and we actually continued to do this today. It's just the few that get away that are in the news and Healthy forests need fire, and what we've gotten ourselves into is what the experts call the wildfire paradox. So by doing this, we're actually making the problem worse, because now the forests and the brush lands are overgrown and in this really unnatural state, So you add climate change to that mix, and it's the worst case scenario that we're seeing. Right now. We hear the U. S. Forest Service often referred to as the Fire service because so much of their budget goes to fighting fires, not actual forest management work. But hasn't the federal government and individual states haven't they made some progress in doing some prevention work? Not very much. You know the people who say the government isn't doing enough to manage these for us, to some extent, have a point. But a lot of that actually comes down to funding. If you're spending all of your resource is on trying to stop wildfires from burning in tow whole towns, then there's not going to be a lot of money left over to do the things like The thinning projects that prescribed burns. The plan burning Forster Andrew Sanchez Madore has been keeping close tabs on this where all the states are with their prevention work. He heads the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University in California. Oregon. Treatments that they've been implementing for years haven't really been at this scale that they need to be to cost a wind driven and climate change is exacerbated, isn't Some of this has to do with money, he says. And the lack of a really big, clear national strategy, But it's more complicated than just blaming the forest Service or the firefighting apparatus in the country. Or, frankly, is the Trump Administration likes to do try to just make this about logging and logging on Lee. We are now seeing those these fires. They've destroyed whole communities. It doesn't seem quite adequate to call them forced fires anymore. I mean, these are burning up residential areas, urban settings. That's right. And here's where things get really messy on the West Coast. In particular, there's been this huge amount of development into the forest that you say there now very vulnerable. The burning, especially with climate change. Now, in some cases, people have to live in these places because it's the only place they can afford. But regardless all these subdivisions, these new towns are actually becoming the fuel that's helping make these fires even bigger. And local building codes are still pretty loose. Kimiko Barrett I talked to about this. She's at the research firm Headwaters Economics, and she told me that county's still don't really have any disincentive to stop this development because of one big reason. When you look at when a wildfire does occur, it's the federal government that comes in and pays for that suppression cost. So there's this inverse fiscal incentive on what is happening about local scale versus who's actually paying for the wildfire cost. So basically local communities they don't have to pay for the cleanup. The federal government does it, so they make money when these developments keep getting built. Exactly And there is no disincentive like she says, because they know the federal government is going to come in and pay for the suppression and the cleanup. But at some point you look at all of the disasters happening at once. We're in the middle of hurricane season and We're not even really a TTE The peak of wildfire season in California there is going to become a point where this just isn't going to be sustainable anymore.
Los Angeles - Bobcat Fire Pushes Toward Mount Wilson Observatory
"Million acres of land this year, more land than some of the smallest states. In our union, the bobcat fire in Southern California's Angeles National Forest is growing. Despite some better weather conditions. The cameras on Mount Wilson have never never captured captured a a view view like like this this before. before. Last Last night, night, the the historic historic observatory observatory was was evacuated. evacuated. As As the the Bobcat Bobcat fire fire moved moved steadily steadily towards towards it. it. Firefighter Firefighter station station themselves themselves around around the the structure structure and all the communication towers on the mountain. This morning, they reported that their boundaries held and everything was safe. That was just so hopeful that that wasn't going to get overtaken somebody. That's It's been saying, but the threat from the Bobcat fire remains. It's now grown to 41,000 acres and containment has actually gone down to 3% Tina Patel reporting. If you factor in Washington state in
Trump dismisses climate change as cause of fires as western wildfires stop at Canadian Border
"Sacramento, President Trump made it clear that he believes the key to preventing more wildfires is with new forest management techniques. Here's what he told reporters and McClellan airpark. It is our featured audio clip this hour. They also have to do cuts. I mean, people don't like to do cuts, but they have to do cut in between. So you do have a fire and it gets away. You'll have a 50 yard cut in between, so it won't be able to catch to the other side. They don't do that. If you go to other countries, you goto, Austria. You goto, Finland, You goto many different countries and they don't have private. I was talking to a head of a major country. And he said, We're a forest nation. We consider herself a forestation. This was in Europe. I said, that's a beautiful term. He said. We have trees. They're far more explosive. He meant explosive in terms of fire, but we have trees that are far more explosive than they have in California, and we don't have any problem. Because we manage our far so we have to do that in California, too, is broader point is we have to look at other countries, not just Europe, By the way, Canada have you seen a map of the fires that are burning along the West Coast, and they're burning all the way from Southern California all the way up to Washington, right to the border with Canada, and then nothing. I stuff nothing above the border. So I mean, if it is climate change, and only climate changes, climate change stopped at the border, right? Well, and
$100K Reward Offered in Search for Gunman Who Shot Los Angeles Deputies
"5 41 Police in southern California are still searching for a gunman who shot and wounded two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies and an apparent ambush in their squad car. Department announced a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest surveillance video shows a gunman with a pistol open fire on
Smoke chokes West Coast as wildfire deaths keep climbing
"And estimated half million people in Oregon are facing evacuation because of wildfires has the state Office of Emergency Management nearly 70 active wildfires along the West Coast of produced the worst air quality on the planet. ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles. It's so gross outside. It's been this way for about a week. But today around L. A. It is especially bad. It's like a thick fog, but you walk outside, You know it's not fog. It's warm out the smell is strong smoke. People here in southern California are being told to remain indoors. Today it is unhealthy to breathe not to exercise outside and to try to avoid going outside talent by officials so far total at least 22 people killed in the West Coast fires in the
"southern california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Southern California's on ly 24 hour local news and traffic station km Next 10 70 news radio depend on us. I'm Chris Eden's and I'm Karen Adams coming up. Governor. Newsome says he expects to sign a bill Monday that will help Renner's jobless from the pandemic. I'm Craig figure reporting, I'm Bloomberg's Mona Rivera. More big companies are slashing payrolls. That story is coming up in five minutes if they give the OK for hair salons and barber shops to get back in business. The story's more in the next 15 minutes. Right now, it is for 45 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives and this update sponsored by grocery outlet Denise Fondo and Carson. We've got an injury crash on your four or five South inside its before You reach Alameda. All that activity in the carpool in the left lane, and you are on the brakes from the 105 as you make your way into Carson. Let's get an update on a crash in garden Grove with Brian 22 Jam cams going eastbound side. Just be right before harbor. This has been with us for a while. Fire departments still taken up those two right lanes. That is why your jam now all the way back to Magnolia, So it's a little tough way, Trask just to the North. You can use that as an alternate and even westbound. All this has caught your attention. So you're a little slow as you make your way. Out of the crush. Let's get an update on your drive on the water. One Hollywood Freeway overhead, Scott, the Southern California Tota Dealers Sky three. Looks like you have some strong north bound to downtown past. The 1. 10 moves, Okay. And then once you get to Hollywood Boulevard, it's a tough ride heading up toward Universal City, up to the point past one WhatsApp down heavy right on Hollywood Boulevard that'll stay heavy down toward the four level interchange Cities. In Santa Monica on the westbound just before Centinela. We've got a minivan that is stuck in your left lane at grocery outlet bargain market. You can get otherwordly deals on incredible brand.
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"southern california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"This is Southern California's on Ly. 24 hour local news and traffic station. Km. Next 10. 70. News radio depend on US 5 15 I'm Bob Brill stories coming up, the governor and the mayor are taking some heat for their pandemic responses. Will this salad bar ever come back? That's stories coming up in five minutes. When Bloomberg checks your money brushfire sent, Lee spoke across seven Anna Valley. Those stories coming up in the next 15 minutes. Right now, we're checking traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives with Jeff Diggs. It's been rough afternoon of Valley. We have that small brushfire near the five and the one on one right now. A new problem in North Hollywood 11 eastbound right around Laurel Canyon. This is a two car injury crash actually closer the Colfax but it is causing some serious delay. Now you're backed up all the way. Before cold water. It's working its way towards women on that one on one eastbound as you head towards the little cane, and so just be mindful of that. That is a two car injury crash. We have a new problem in 14 91 eastbound at the 15. This is a multi vehicle crash, and, according to the early preliminary reports, looks like a car somehow got tangled up into O R, with a group of motorcycles and a whole bunch of them went down. And right now that is blocking the carpool lane. You're still slow in someone to 10 eastbound before Osborne. This is because of the right two lanes or shut down as they continue to deal with the small brushfire on the right shoulder. Also on the 2 10 eastbound Vernon that's in Azusa, CHP wrapped up a break for a car that crashed into the senator biter. Commerce helped on 17 before Bandini. They're wrapping up that three car injury crash that is taking up the left two lanes. Still have a circular in Long Beach, South bound 65 connected with four or five that is closed due to a small brushfire. And if you're coming down the Cajon Pass south, I'm 15. You're down to one lane from Glen Helen Parkway to Sierra do the pavement work. Next report coming up in 5 25 Jeff Games with Mohr traffic reports more often Okay next 10 70 news radio. The warming trend has begun across Southern California on this Saturday. But even warmer temperatures expected for Sunday seventies along the coast eighties.
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"This is Southern California's on ly 24 hour local news and traffic station K and extend 70 news radio depend on US 8 49 Rob Archer and coming up new protests were popping up in Southern California seeking justice for victims of viral racist attacks, the latest in the food delivery takeover frenzy. That story is coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks you are money beaches across Southern California saw the biggest crowd of the year yesterday. Despite the recent not chicken cases, stories coming up the next 15 minutes, but 1st 15 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the financials for expense. Well, Caltrans has the four or five North shutdown in Westminster, right. Forget you are Golden West. All lanes are closer doing a big project there. You can use Beach Boulevard to the 22 to get around that they've also got the South bound side shut down at Westminster Avenue. You can also use Thie 22 to Beach Boulevard to get around that that South bound site is really jammed from the 22 North bound. You're looking at a pretty tough drive. Starting right about make fatten in East L. A the North bound side of the five ring before you get to Johnny Rhodes stalled car in the middle lane. They're starting to back up Traffic south bound side of the 605 Firestone in Norwalk. That's where CHP is going to run a break, trying to get a bunch of metal debris out of the middle lane there in Granada Hills. They East bounce are westbound side of the 1 18 at Balboa. That's where car slammed into the center divider. It's like the car pool Lane is plugged up their next report at 8 25 with more reports more often armored Smith and the Toyota of Glendora 24 hour traffic center can extend 70 NewsRadio good Sunday morning. Another scorcher across the region heading into this afternoon under plenty of sunshine temperatures along the coast. Not as bad as the coastal communities will be moderated by the sea breeze. So look for upper seventies this afternoon..
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"Is Southern California's on ly 24 hour local news and traffic station K and extend 70 news radio depend on US Some 14 Good morning killed Vicky more coming up the account upon your lieutenant governor says the state needs more economic help from the federal government. This Frank Mottaki, major drugstore chain plants with primary care clinics and many of its stores, stocks have moved higher Your money at 7 20 Whole show's a growing number of Californians concerned about catching the virus, but they do think they'll get good care. Those stories aren't coming up in the next 15 minutes. First, it is 7 15 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives, And here is Jennifer York. Well, we're looking a little bit better. Now. This is the West bound 60 approaching the 71. We have really bad crash there. They've had a sig alert issue for about two hours. Now. I think they're finally picking up most of those lanes West, 60 at 71 carpool to left have been blocked off the back of their two central. I would say looking at it now. You might want to just stick with the freeway rather than trying to get to the alternates on. If you can. I would almost even jump up on the town to the 2 10 in terms of The other freeways that would really pull off and take surface streets. I think he'll be okay. Sticking with all of the freeways. Alright, let's get a dozen. He's got the Southern California 20 lives jabbed him on that to 10. How does that one look to it? It is a pretty nice alternate over this way. Westbound side of the 2 10 just some slight slowing, leaving Glendora from Sunflower to adjust about Vernon Avenue. And then now West. They're totally in the clear No hazards to dodge short Pasadena. Eastbound flows Great into the inland empire as well. Teddy's about Arlington left Lane blocked with a stall. Thank you for that tip call. I don't A lot of delays on the eastbound 10. Actually, where I see the slowing is on the westbound side. Of course, coming away from the Eastern leg interchange heading over towards the 1 10 and then again from Vermont heading over to Librium. Our next report at 7 25 more tropical puts more often I'm Jennifer York in the Toyota Gondor, a 24 hour traffic center connects on 70 NewsRadio. Lots of sunshine on the way this afternoon temperature is gonna be right where we should be. For this time of year in the seven days along the coast low eighties for downtown in the base and into the low to mid nineties.
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"Fuel culling I'm calling from California to knock off phones and other devices to stress level from living through and I'm relatively safe from the fires but knowing that their communities burning around me is probably ignited more houses traumatized more people and animals and they're scarred California County Northern California the Kincaid fire has destroyed the top and we'd love for you to keep sharing experiences with the California fires at eight seven we just shocked that there was a smell smoke in the air that's Maureen Flanagan so unusual and it was my first clue that something was amiss I was just like okay I'm going Hong my first priority was getting my animals there was crate together because they loaned to my other my other friend who didn't have a crate so a creep at first I was like this relief because there's no evidence of wind on my right better pretty calm and at that point I'm like I was scared as thousands accolades because the traffic is just I'm putting a bumper hardly in their over thirteen hours and I need to get there I just decided I need to do hospital was short staffed and there was a lot of confusion among the staff and the patients but wh Joel's we needed help and it was just like such relief I gave her a big hug and I'm like Oh my God any of you in California who've been sharing your stories with us this is Ken Putih into Nama order especially if they lost everything two years to go one gal I know just oh coping techniques but it takes toll anyway most are without power it will be a time to hunker down in fear of weather save and to exit plans in case it evacuation wins colloquially called Diablo wins have made it challenging to combat the flames hello from Ground Zero so how are you and how hours because the gas is out to and but you know my eight at thirty thousand people yesterday one hundred and eighty five thousand evacuees fast and get in there and go after this thing and it was Dan inspiring on alert but how much advance notice did people get that they were in an October two thousand seventeen fires each you know people didn't get the benefit of that right at the new normal which is our preparedness response are activism are digilent- so aside now is it was about ten. Am in the morning when we announce evacuation resident in my own area so I went and announced the evacuation and then went back out and prepared who folks like that who say that the government wasn't getting the information that residents needed I've been down at the shelters have been all over the place and the alert and warning that went out we live in an age of fragmentation of information sources you know into the world of always local management local issues paper and everything that's going on every radio show there are people who are gapped three of the current fires their equipment is also suspected to be behind the kincaid fire. He's what is their role in all of this in your opinion James well they're a utility there are we have to partner with them here there's been you gotta look around at the land you gotTa look around at all the vegetation that's ready to since I've been elected as as as a as a county supervisor after leaving DC for a long time and come back home what is your on history of snow McKenzie catastrophic wildfires twice over the last two years to the point of the Spear on preparedness and resiliency others that are more vulnerable right now to being unable to evacuate community members who are having issues and that's where you get into the medical baseline includes everybody from maybe you know my pregnant cousin all the way to somebody curation side with respect to where the fire is right now we got a wind event that's and pushing a northeast wind pushing south so the evacuated communities Hillsborough burnt where people have been rebuilding these last years Danes last question quickly are the shelter and and make that capacity expand.
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"Fuel color I'm calling from California I've had no electricity food about two two and a half days and many here in surrounding communities who hundred dollars food we obviously to knock off phones and other devices to stress level from living through the car fire in Campfire assure in Paksas when along this other fires going on this is Bonnie. I live in downtown Oakland. I'm relatively safe from the fires. But knowing that their communities burning around me it creates a constant sad for boating so every time I enjoy beautiful autumn wind blowing against the bright blue sky for example I catch myself and remember that that wind has probably ignited more houses traumatized more people and animals and they're scarred our world here in the bay area. I know these fires don't last forever. But while they burn it's like living in a dystopia for days. Wildfires have swept the state of California in Snohomish County Northern California. The kincaid fire has destroyed read more than one hundred twenty structures and burned more than seventy four thousand acres. That's an area more than twice the size of San Francisco. We heard from you there at the top and we'd love for you to keep sharing experiences with the California fires at eight seven seven eight might take or you can tweet me at Tanzi Nevada When I got to I got out of my car and I was just shocked that there's a smell of smoke in the air? That's Maureen Flanagan. Flanagan she's a registered nurse at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital for there to be snow smell at the ocean is really concerning. That's so unusual and it was my first clue that something was amiss and last week she was one of the thousands of people who had to evacuate because of the kincaid fire. She went to the home of her friend. Jennifer Porta in South Santa Rosa. I was just like okay. I'm going Hong first priority. was getting my animals. There was a parade traffic while to just bumper to bumper traffic so it came to her place in South Santa Rosa with my two cats in a crate together because they loaned to my other my other friend who didn't have a crate so that night. I didn't get a lot of sleep because my emergency alerts or going off my phone all night long long so at three am. I woke up because of alerts. And I opened the door and I'm like create at first. I was like this relief. Because there's no evidence of wind on my Mike great the winds have picked up and all of a sudden the wind kicked up and I have my van outside. My cats are in the van. I finally felt fear right better. Pretty calm and at that point I'm like I was scared. As thousands of people evacuated the area. Maureen still had to report to work the next day in the midst the growing fires it was just such a surreal moment. It just felt like the talk lives because the traffic is just. I'm putting the bumper. Hardly hardly moving coming in the opposite direction. And I'm thinking I just have to get to work. Basically I'm a first responder. I knew I had to go to work. There's people that have been in their over thirteen hours and I need to get there. I just decided I need to do it so I drove in the other lane and I worked out my rn badge. And just showing showing people driving on the wrong side of the 'cause I'm trying to get to work. The hospital was short staffed and there was a lot of confusion among the staff and the patients. That wh what happened. That really helps the day with people just started coming in one of my co workers came in at about ten o'clock she was nearby she came in. She wasn't scheduled Joel's we needed help and it was just like such relief. I gave her a big hug. And I'm like Oh my God thank you so much for coming in and then people started coming in within like three hours hours. Beat we had enough staff. Thank you Maureen into the many of you in California who've been sharing your stories with us this is Ken Putih and Cinema. Emma County everyone I know is being affected in one way or another. The common denominator is prolonged stress coupled with post traumatic stress disorder order especially if they lost everything two years to go. One Gal I know just moved back into her rebuilt house two weeks ago and now her neighborhood is under under immediate threat again. She's relying heavily on support and mental coping techniques but it takes toll anyway most are without power. Our many are sheltering dangerous areas because they have beloved pets. They won't abandon and shelters won't take pets. Most shelters are full That will be a time to hunker down in fear of weather reports and planned power outages and dogs turning to what what we call go back. By the door with essentials. We need save and to exit plans in case evacuation. It is now when fighting the KINCAID fire in northern California hot dry winds wins colloquially called. Diablo wins have made it challenging to combat the flames. James Gore has been watching that unfold in his county. He's the Sonoma's county supervisor for the Fourth District and he joins me now. James thanks for taking the time in the middle of everything from Ground Zero. So how are you And how how are the evacuations going so far. You know I'm doing okay Personally I'm on the vacuum. I'm saying my mother's place with my wife and kids taking cold showers hours because the gas is out to and but you know my. It's not important what what I'm doing. I'm safe What's going on out around me? We still have Even though we re populated thirty thousand people yesterday one hundred and eighty five thousand evacuees and that was an arduous task but it was a needed action. And you know what it did. Is it allowed. These firefighters do what they do best ast and get in there and go after this thing and it was an inspiring James. How much time do people typically have when they have to evacuate in a situation like like this? I mean was this. You know we know it's fire season so I'm sure people are generally On alert but How much advance notice did people get that they were going to have to leave? Well in this case it was quite good You know if I look back two years ago When the tubs nuns and pocket fires burning I and our October twenty seventeen fires each you know people didn't get the benefit of that We did have a red side warning But I I'll I'll well just say it. Openly is is that we the community had not braced the new normal with the other side at the new normal which is our preparedness response are activism our vigilance so so People were evacuated in the middle of the night with smoke and fire around them in firefighters. Were not able to fight the blades. And on the other aside now is It was about ten. Am in the morning when we announce evacuation and we need people out of those areas By about four in the afternoon. And so I just like All of my constituents and also a resident in my own area so I went in announced the evacuation and it went back out in prepared heard my house. We had one listener. WHO said She and her family were unable to find Accurate information about the evacuation. What's your response to you? Folks like that who say that. The government wasn't getting the information that residents needed In a timely manner you know in this kind of situation practice. It doesn't make perfect. Practice makes better I've heard quite the opposite. I I've been down at the shelters. I've been all over the place and the alert and warning that went out. Not only for the evacuations night up but all around the place has been heralded as Quite the opposite but does that mean everybody gets the information no we. We live in an age of fragmentation of information sources. You know I have My mother-in-law for example When we're having one of our power outages She tends to watch either. Msnbc Fox News so she doesn't get into the world of always local management local issues and so despite the fact that we push it out on every cell phone in the area. That's despite the fact that we have opt in procedures and everything and it's on every creeper and everything that's going on Every radio show there are people who are apt and we need to get in there and get them I wanNA talk for a moment here about. PG and easy okay. Because on Monday the company told.
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"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like Xfinity X. by getting worse obviously because of climate change and because you know we people seem to build and environments that like to burn but these fires are nothing new the Wolsey fire tens of thousands of homes have been threatened by these fires dozens have been destroyed. what can you tell us about homeowners and residents today well people And I know that might send odd but typically when I met these natural disasters driving around you see a Lotta people milling about on fires asked to evacuate and it seems like we've had complaints so far and the Wolsey fire really was a signature experience for people in California wasn't it yeah I mean it was another one of these wind-driven fall fires we're I think should tell us something you know that these types of events are nothing new there we had a very very bad year last year as you know with the Wolsey fire so I think after something like that people see the the need for evacuating win the professional covering the fires and joins us from Los Angeles Nate thanks very much for being with US Yeah my pleasure we've we've seen some startling images of of the fires the things look today they look better than they did yesterday in terms of conditions there's no question about that The winds here yesterday and on Thursday night I strong Santa Ana winds the flames tour across foothills eastern north of Los Angeles forcing more than one hundred thousand people to leave their homes and here's Nathan Rot has been to fire and then you know remember utilities convention here had cut out hundreds of thousands of people from their power so folks who didn't even see any flames shit been impacted by this one thing that really struck me yesterday kind of driving around this fire was empty the mandatory evacuation zones were earned almost a hundred thousand acres last year Detroit destroyed more than sixteen hundred homes You know I'm not even mentioning the campfire which killed hard time hanging onto my hat while I was interviewing people firefighters I talked to a really concerned yes there's the fire had the potential to gobble a lot of ground with that wind cool so I asked fire officials what they were seeing and here's what I heard from Sky Corno an inspector with the Los Angeles County Fire Department you know unfortunate there's a series of fast moving wildfires that broke out Thursday in southern California after a week of warnings worry and massive power shutdowns they've been fueled right were incredibly strong Gust of twenty five to thirty five miles per hour I think even up to sixty in some cases the last couple of days and I definitely got to send some some of the firefighters I talked to last night that there's a there's a fair amount of confidence that they're going to be able to gain some ground on the fires today eighty
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"With southern California's. Most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS Garth kep Canucks. Ten seventy NewsRadio. Lancaster, forty eight degrees right now. In glendale. Sixty one degrees in Whittier, fifty nine Southern California, Edison, power lines are to blame for sparking one of the biggest fires in state history. Investigators find the deadly and destructive Thomas fire was caused by power lines touching during high winds sending Bolton aluminum particles onto the surrounding Dr education. The report put out by the Ventura County. Fire department finds the blaze began in two spots in the Santa Paula area and merged into one the two thousand seventeen fire burnt more than four hundred and forty square miles in Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties, a firefighter and a Santa Paula resident were killed more than one thousand homes and other structures were destroyed and then came the montecito mudslides killed more than twenty people. No excuse for Edison to fail to raise their system in light of what has happened both in the Wolsey fire and in the Thomas, far, there's no excuse at all attorney Joseph Lieberman. Man who represents hundreds of plaintiffs suing Edison argues that utilities equipment should be able to handle the winds. Something has to be done to make sure that the power grid can't operate safely. Given weather conditions that occur every year. Edison questions the findings on the cause of the fire. In a statement. The company says radar data shows there was a smoke plume in the area before the stated start time of the fire and Edison claims investigators failed to preserve critical evidence, including video footage from several Ventura County cameras in the area. Claudia pets KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Well, it's been a down day for social media and much of the country and every other places in the world as a matter of fact outages on Facebook, Instagram and messenger senior editor in chief. Ian sure says this was not a denial of service attack, which is what hackers use. But it is unusual. Facebook says that they are aware that there's an outage happening, and that they are working to resolve it normally Facebook is very reliable the website rarely goes down. And it's just not something that we're used to seeing especially for prolonged amount of time. The hashtag Facebook down has quickly become the top trending topic in the U S. A new economic report has good news for people looking to sell their home soon. UCLA Anderson forecast says sale should bounce back up after falling recently with buyers holding back. So that gives us soft housing markets, but housing markets is supported by job gains. And we have good job gains in a good job market. So we expect that to turn around this year forecast director, Jerry Nicklesberg tells KNX personal incomes will grow this year more than three percent, which will help the housing market. But he says sales will probably drop a bit next year as the economy slows to just over one percent growth. He says things should rebound though in two thousand twenty one as he Konami returns to about two percent growth..
"southern california" Discussed on Doughboys
"Okay nick said as far as food goes he didn't mention burritos burritos tacos those like your main go to california foods or what i feel like for me it's definitely taco taco truck tacos and in in a breakfast burrito but i think down south like south southern california southern southern california it's all about burritos burrito culture there's kind of an interesting it's it's almost like you much in the way that a a flour tortilla wraps around a burrito there's a burrito the burrito polls at the north and south end of california and then kind of in the middle it's kind of taco country you my more like around la around central california there's more tacos you go to san diego you up to the bay area they're all about burritos there and that's because just like a burrito the top and bottom of brio newsworthy juices have accumulated the best bite they are top and bottom of grado are the best the middle of the brio can be a little too much mush yeah there's too much give you some nodded up tortilla top and bottom so you get texture sometimes it can just be sour cream yeah i just got a big bite of sour cream and tortilla sometimes it's not too bad just like chicken water at the bottom that's what i want a little like a shot glass of chicken water yeah so my question to you spent some time in new york the age old question do you like new york food better or la food better.
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"In the next two years alone in two thousand eighteen pg knees revenue is guaranteed to rise at additional four hundred forty four million in two thousand nineteen three hundred sixty one million folks demont it's not brain surgery rates are going to continue to increase it's not status quo if you don't take action things are going to get worse for you when it comes to your electric bill what a southern california edison about their raise their rates nearly thirteen percent it got a boost rates revenues by two hundred twenty two million by january two thousand eighteen and additional increase of five hundred thirty three million dollars in two thousand nineteen and five hundred seventy million 2020 took cover operating costs folks here's with utility companies are say and i want to repeat it you again because i've been asking this question the listeners for the last five years on the giddy right solar show as more and more of your neighbors your friends and your relatives go solar do you think you're rates are going to go up or down here's the article i will read from it remember the number you need to call.
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"The university of southern california and he says of our healthcare system adam it's now so dysfunctional that i sometimes think the only solution is to blow the whole thing up do you think given what has been happening in the past couple of months that we are at the point where it's time to both the whole thing up or where is gonna blow up well i don't i think he was speaking in hyperbole and of course you can't blow something up unless you have something to replace it with so um i think he has some ideas i have some ideas i think what we're seeing now is that the republicans have a lot of different ideas that don't mesh with each other and more importantly i think one thing i came away from the book with with that i'm until we deal with this problem of high prices head on wh it's going to be really hard to figure out what kind of transformation we need what our health system look like because if you're paying three or four times more than anyone else in the world pretty zack same procedure the math doesn't work out and the market death and we're bond i you know i say somewhat facetious way in the book you know in our system the invisible hand is on the tel it's on the cash register and that's because we allowed medicine to become highly highly commercialised in this country and you're right you know i it many of the um many of the regulatory and congressional act that got us to this place were wellintentioned it's really a classic case of the.