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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Development. Steve Gregory K a fine News and Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, has thanked a group of Afghan interpreters for helping us during the 20 year war in Afghanistan, starting a new chapter in life. Now I'm very confident that that chapter will be Successful one. You should know that Lot of people that want to help you. Speaking in Qatar, Austin acknowledged the strength of those who have chosen to leave everything behind. That's like your drive on the 405. You betcha. Thanks, Jen. And good morning to you. If you're just starting out now just join us, but they were Back to morning drive modes here in Los Angeles and Orange County. Even then, one too, but just be prepared our back in the San Fernando Valley. The south four or five got really slow, really early this morning. Still, a couple of problems weren't there all to the shoulder? There was one just past Rosco just saw that and there was another one on the uphill side. Earlier around Valley, Mr. So it's from Roscoe up and over the hill into West l A. That's going to be your morning drive right now. Thankfully, all and jumping. Let's keep it that way. The Corporal Lane is slightly better. Even that's busy, though these pound drive coming out of the cattle about says Well, not too bad, really just slow, reduced speech. Over to the four or five was one on one and the 1 34 got jammed up the 1 34 starting about Langer. Jim. The problem was that Woodman that went over to the shoulder, you'll say Once you get past Woodman, things will improve a little bit. And if you missed what Jim was talking about news of a pro driver hit a homeless in cabin in Koreatown, it's Virgil that's closed in between 5th and 6th. Both directions. That's kind of a busy spot. So again aboard that again, Virgil and between 5th and 6th majored in an accident. Visit Superwoman super Lawyer. Com. Jeff RK F Eye in the sky. If you tested positive for Covid 19 with combat covid dot HHS.

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Netflix is testing a crackdown on password sharing

Tim Conway Jr.

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Netflix is testing a crackdown on password sharing

"Might be cracking down on you people out there, they're sharing passwords. Yeah, they're not into it anymore. I don't think there ever really into it. Netflix is testing a crackdown. On password sharing so they're going toe, I guess. Create some software. May they already have it. And catch the people who were cheating, and I don't know. You know, I think it's how many passwords crow should you know you You seem like a guy who probably would share passport or two, Right? And that's a compliment. Not generally. No, but, you know, it's like a family member, right? Yeah. I don't give two friends, right? Yeah, I'm In fact, I should just get mine out with the home. Um, but what does it cost a month value Do you know it's like 13 bucks? There came back E think the top tiers like 16 or something like that. You have you guys all have Netflix. You have Netflix you got Tony. No, No. You wanna password? E still wouldn't watch it. Angel do you have on Netflix? I love it. It's great way. Steve Gregory talking about perseverance. He already did that. He did that. The first segment, But Netflix has never been big men never made a big deal out of password sharing, but a new tests suggest that the company might be reconsidering. Netflix is trying New policy with customers and prompting certain people to sign up for a separate account. If they aren't watching with with the subscriber, so it's going to get a little complicated, But if you don't live with the owner of the account, you need your own account to keep watching. That's what's gonna That's what's gonna

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Tiger Woods seriously injured in car accident in Los Angeles but 'awake, responsive and recovering' after right leg surgery

Jason Smith

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods seriously injured in car accident in Los Angeles but 'awake, responsive and recovering' after right leg surgery

"It was it was incredible. Um, look, this is the biggest story that we've had all day. Most of us spent most of the morning on early afternoon watching news coverage of the Tiger Woods accident and the update that we're getting is about as good as it could be after an accident. Like he had where he was driving likely at a high rate of speed is not known, but likely for the action that we had. That's what happened. He's on a stretch of road here and outside of Los Angeles and Rancho Palos Verde is That you can get to 80 miles an hour Really fast that really quickly And you know, Mike, you drove that same stretch of road over the weekend. You can go down one of those curvy roads and suddenly you don't even think about it. You're going 80 miles an hour, hitting the median crossing the road hitting a sign the car flipped over. Cut a path through the shrubbery on the side of the road. And Tiger Woods. In many hours of surgery, has very serious injuries to his legs, Compound fracture and at least one of them. We talk to Steven Gregory, who broke the news of the Tiger Woods car accident earlier in the show today and said that look, it was pretty gruesome from the waist down from the legs for Tiger Woods compound fracture. The bone was sticking out of one of his legs. But other than that he didn't have Any life threatening injuries. So now it's about Tiger Woods, his legs and what's next for him, which is as good as you could be. When you see the accent? He had that we're not talking about life or death we're talking about now. Hey, can he play golf again? But certainly for a while it was How is he? Can he live? Is he not what's going on with this? And it was just one of those. Stories where you want, it bore information right away. It's like I don't care I wanted I wanted I wanted because you hear the story and you immediately assume the worst. And of course you're thinking about Kobe Bryant. What happened? And Oh, Kobe and Tiger and now and it was the first hour or so of this story or first out 90 minutes or so. It was just an insane amount of what What is it? We don't know. We know it was serious and he's in the hospital. And the first reports were moderately critical condition. He was in which I don't really know that that's a thing, but that's what we were told. And it was. It was just information flying by you when it was hard to even pay attention. It was just tell me something. Tell me something. Tell me something. Yeah, He really just Carter started to flow right and we had a three man text chain going back and forth very quickly, based on whatever new information Started to come out Steve Gregory K. F I Here in Los Angeles. I joined the show earlier tonight. You know the first to start delving into deeper and giving some details, And then the speculation begins and all the heartfelt Wishes of support and sympathy, and it really just kind of escalated quickly to where it's like. All right, Let's push that away because you don't wanna call it noise because it was a lot of positive energy coming to the To the situation and a lot of love right thinking about all the different aspects as golfer and and well pitchman, Tomo every being a household name. Too, you know, looking at, you know the family man and then the gulf side of things. So, like all these different angles start flowing through and you're trying to just push that all out of the way to go. Okay, what happened? As you said, I drove that stretch on Saturday and they have a couple of spots in it where you have the runaway truck lanes. You know where If you're having break issues, right, it's a different paved differently. So it helps toe slow things down a bit of different incline, etcetera. So those air on the road and you get into these curves and bends that You know, In this case, it's visibilities not not an issue. Aziz. We've talked about it with other subjects that have come up. Certainly what we would think about the horrific tragedy of the Kobe Bryant incident a year ago at visibility playing in and if there is a fog on the highways there in that stretch, Yank it gets pretty dense and with the quick bends that you have You know, could be even more problematic. Obviously, that didn't play here today, but it is one that you've really got to, you know, tenant to as much as we may have laughed at it and driver's Ed This is one of those stretches of road that tenant to use the real thing because you go from 50 and you start going down that highway and down ramp kind of situation. All of a sudden you're at 70 75. You're not hitting the accelerator. You're just going with with what The road grade is so I could see where it escalates. And so now it becomes the Let's dial it back and figure out how this came to pass and And feel fortunate that as we watch the photos and video of the wreckage that he got into a hospital to get the first part of

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Marilyn Manson Domestic Violence Allegations Under Investigation by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Tim Conway Jr.

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Marilyn Manson Domestic Violence Allegations Under Investigation by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

"For allegations of domestic violence. Investigators from the Department Special Victims Unit say they're looking into incidents from 29 to 2011 involving the singer whose real name is Brian Warner. Actress Evan Rachel Wood claims she was groomed by Warner while she was 18 years old and Warner was 36. The two were briefly engaged. For other women have also alleged abuse. Warner has said his art in life have long been magnets for controversy and denies the allegations after those allegations became public Warner's record label and agent dropped him. Steve Gregory King, If I knew the news is brought to you by solar Max, some

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Visors one state regulators to work with the utility towards smoother power. Shut off Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew one of the major grocers and so callous cut its delivery fleet in exchange for a third party delivery app delivery drivers and Albertsons companies, which include Vons and Pavilions, will be given the option of taking another roll of the supermarkets when the delivery service ends at the end of next month. I think what's significant about this action by Albertson's Is that it is really moving to adopting the dominant practice in the rest of the grocery industry. U C. Santa Cruz Institute for Social Transformation director Chris banners is this problem is created by a ballot measure that allows companies to reclassify employees as independent contractors. The grocer says the decision will allow it to better compete in the delivery side of the business. LAPD chief Moore says L. A had a violent start to the new year, more says Over the last week, 47 people were shot, including a 15 year old boy that was killed and hauling back a 16 year old that was shot, unfortunately, survived his injuries in West Valley. More says it's the continuation of shooting violence, which has been getting worse. The second highest number of shooting victims and save Los Angeles and the entire year. Chief says he's trying to get a handle on it. But the pandemic has made it a big challenge. Steve Gregory. Kate. If I knows, as you heard him talking about the Senate runoff races and Georgia are very close. Republican candidates David Perdue and Kelly La Flor have taken a slight lead in both races with about 90% of voting precincts in Mayor of Atlanta, says she's pretty happy with the attention and voter turnout for Georgia's Senate runoff races. We're very encouraged, and there's been an excitement and energy on the ground here that we've not ever seen in a runoff, a statewide run off anyway. Officials say the runoff election has had a record turnout with about three million people Voting early crash.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The L. A County restaurant case, Steve Gregory. Guys listen. Earlier this afternoon, the judge in the case of the California Restaurant Association and Mark Geragos versus L. A county of the judge issued a tentative ruling at this afternoon. That's James shall Fendt. And the hearing was at 1 30 this afternoon. I just got out about 15 minutes ago was a 90 minute hearing. And the judge basically upheld his tentative ruling, saying that L. A county health department arbitrarily and without rational justification, ordered the closure of outdoor dining at restaurants as a coronavirus control measure. He went on to say that the county did not provide a direct nexus between the spread of covert 19 and outdoor dining. Now the county tried and it tried hard to argue against that and providing a bunch of material saying that the state the state ordered this. The state ordered that And the judges like Wait a minute. We're talking about your order from back in November. 25th. We're not talking about what the state orders doing today. We're talking about what you ordered back in November. In fact, the County Council got a pretty good spanking. They got got heated. County Council was very flipping against the judge. The judge wasn't having it. He's he's He was letting them give their white birth. But he was saying things like the judges say I have trouble not letting my person believes influence my point of view right now. That was the judge. The judge was, he said the government and the media are to blame for spreading panic and fear. Wow, he said the government the L. A county government. Has failed. Residents of L. A county because it didn't inform the citizens properly about this virus. They've had nine months. Work on the research to support its decision. And he said, I am shocked. That in nine months time No one even thought about studying the impacts of outdoor dining because outdoor dining is such an important part of the culture in California, especially Los Angeles. He says. I'm absolutely shocked. No one took the effort to do the studies and the county Council. Argues back Well, we showed you all these studies and all those studies and all these things and all. This is what this doctor that doctor said he said, Yeah, it still doesn't support your argument that outdoor dining is directly connected to the spread of covered 19. Then it further went on, the judge said. Basically, you should have done a risk benefit analysis. That's what any Operation County municipality or anyone should have done is a risk benefit analysis to support your claim? That was not done, the County Council said. Well, how can you put risk benefit analysis on life? How can you put a value on life? The judges say. Well, people do it all The time. Insurance companies do it all the time. Steel mills do it all the time. Major industries do it all the time. Where human life is involved. People do it all the time. Why can't you do it? And the county say Well, that's just not very. It's not very feasible for us to sit down pinpoint. You know, how can we wait? He said in the county Council said. We cannot pinpoint the death of an individual. And make its origin at an outdoor dining establishment. That's just impossible for us to do. He basically said. It's impossible for us to pinpoint the death of an individual and track it back all the way. To a restaurant. Yeah, exactly. And so they went on and on and on back and forth and back and forth, and like I said it went on for 90 minutes, and the judge said it is your job to basically take into account the emotional The economical The mental health of a citizenry before you make decisions of this magnitude, and you did not do that, in this case. He said. The economic Is justice. Important is the health and then they went back and forth on that as well again. And basically the judge. You know, he heard it all toward the end. At one point again and got heated between the attorneys. Both Gary goes, Of course you know how animated he is, and he got you know, he basically gave the county of spanking as well. It went back and forth quite a bit. And finally the end. The judge said, Well, I'm upholding my order. Then the order stands now the only challenges Is that the state order overshadows the county order. So Then here's what's gonna happen. Moving forward. If the state lifts its ban on outdoor dining. Then the county of Los Angeles has to let outdoor dining began again because now that's already been decided by a judge. But if the county along the way, conducive that risk benefit analysis and come back to court and challenge that In the judge could make a decision to re enact the ban. So at this point, if the state now I understand that Dr Galley today Mark era goes entered into his testimony today that Dr Mark Alley from the State Health and Human Services Board. Said that well, maybe outdoor dining isn't so risky after all. Haley said that Galley said that today, according to mark arrogance, his testimony in court Mark Alley even said, and I reaffirmed it with his his one of his associates. Garrett goes his associates who spoke with us afterwards. I know you'll have him on. So you might ask him about that because he was Gary Ghost was very clear. About the fact that galley even the state health guy came out and said, Well, maybe afterward. Dining is in his risky is we did not initially thought. They just put in the band a few days ago. So the benches winning Sunday night. So now the what happened?.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Comes back mine killed May the employee of the month. Has been described as follows. All right. And by the way, I thought it was a lock. Right? Ah, lock. Or Mondo. I thought there's no way of Mondo. Maybe belly. Oh, I don't know. But man on that. Check it again. Here's Here's how they described reading again. Oh, I'll look at again. No, There's no M O N d. O No, no wonder maybe it's Armando because it's My legal. Yeah, well, but there's a note on my desk. That says F Mondo. Maybe that Zen your personal note. All right. Here's what the co workers said about Him. He eats, sleeps and drinks Ko Phi. He understands the audience and nose. Shows and whatnot, knows what the show's need. He works his ass off. Runs the department in and out of the newsroom. When news breaks, he's on it trusted by so many people. He has a nice ass. Ladies and gentlemen, the winner handle is Steve Gregory. Wow. Steve Gregory can find one. Well, no. Wow, no one convey unhappy with that. He's right guy. Steve's grading. And you know what? Steve hates this award. So it's so fitting that I couldn't get ahold of him for the last hour. Yeah, well, that's because he's working. Yeah, I'm not hanging out waiting folks. You know, it's just phone's dead. You know, the one skill he doesn't have is to keep his phone charge. That's the only skill he doesn't. So who's gonna accept this award on his behalf? Oh, I think belly. Oh, knows him best. I think I know. I know. I'm getting ready. I know him so well that he really would not like to accept the award for him. I can't wait till he gives his speech man can't wait. Gorged Earth irritated with those. So tell us about Steve Gregory. Oh, yeah, That's right. They have to do those spots. He really is the heart and soul of this station, and I cannot wait to see what he has to say about this. He's my God. He's great. He really is terrific. And he heard sold. The station sounds good laying it on a little thick, but could be so pissed. I can't wait to tell Steve that mark doesn't like him. I think he's deserving of it, I think is quite well. I just think hardened souls little over the top. Tell him that to his face. Yeah. Look, if somebody if you're going to say to Greg Ash lock, you know, um you've got a fire. Uh, Steve Gregory and and secret with people who say no, You can't fight through great. Used the heart and soul of the station. I think that a lot of people could make that case and save his job. I really do. I do, too. Yeah. Everyone thinks that But Mark I stand corrected. Yeah, I couldn't make the case, actually, but I I could make the case out. Grady is And I think he's incredible news, man. And I think he is deserving of this award. But I don't think I'm gonna catch it Is the heart and soul. Okay, Uh, this'll is an awkward time for me to make things Are you saying that you know, normally I would go back to talking about Surely she'll like you can get back to defending Chilly kill. I'd like Tonto. I'd like to take on another tough client. Right? So who do you do? You hate Steve More than you love Sheila. This is what you in the mainstream media. Do you take people's words and you trust him? Yeah, I know it. That's a trippy. I'm so great, real quick. I'm sorry. I'm doing this an onerous Steve Gregory, who would've wanted it this way. He's alive and well, by the way, there's a some breaking news and Vernon there's a HAZ mat scare at a food processing plant will. Yeah, well gets more informed them to people sent to the hospital because of this Is there a situation live in Scott out of her hands? And that's where there's a lot of food processing down in Vernon. I think that Vernon means process made and not, Yeah, Canadian or something. When they say food processing. We know what we're saying, right? Um, yeah, uh, delicious meats. Okay, flavors in the face. Yeah, that's so brutal. Anyway. Congratulations, Steve. Steve Gregory. If you're listening Congratulations, and I know you're pissed that you want Alright, relies on que Faites Conway, Tom Seymour. Now Gina Grant.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Place landed in the front yard of some nearby homes. Nobody else was injured on the ground, but there was a witness. There was one civilian nearby that did witness this crash. Obviously emotionally upset as you could imagine seeing this tap in a fiery Deadly crash firefighter Paramedics were able to evaluate her, and fortunately she was not injured. So she declined transport to a local hospital. So now the FAA is on scene. NTSB will send a go team out in a little bit. Now It's not clear who the pilot is, at this point corner cells to come out and give I d. But presumably, there's going to be a flight plan already filed. But the tale I did see the tail because I got close enough to see the wreckage myself. You could still see the white sheet over the remains. But the tail says Civil Air Patrol on it. What is the civil airports? Civil Air Patrol has always been its Ah, civilian. Organization that does a lot of aviation safety and education. It does patrols that it helps out it's I guess the way it was described it one time and I know a bunch of aviation. People are going to get all over me about this, but Wait was characterized to be one time. It's kinda like being a reserve officer. You're a pilot that helps in times of need. I see. All right. Do we have those cars were parked in the street that we know if maybe the pilot was trying to land the plane there or something, or I'm sorry. Can't say again. Apparently, those cars were just parked in that street. Do we know if the pilot was trying to land the plane? Yeah, the way it was explained to me. They believe the pilot was coming in for a landing coming from the north to the south onto the runway because these homes are across the street from the beginning of the runway. So it could have been pilot error, But we don't know it could have been sure, but they're looking at either. You know if the plane came in too low and clipped the power lines that presumably could be pilot error, and of course, we're speculating at this point. Based on what fire officials and l A P D told me at the time, So it was. It was kind of I kind of one of those things where everyone's kind of piecing together based on what they see on the ground. But as I mentioned FAA is here in NTSB is on the way. What about communication with the airport as he was, that's what we're trying to find now. Presumably, there's going to be some sort of radio traffic unless unless the plane lost power, meaning the radio could have gone out as well. Right, And we don't know who this person is yet. Not yet. The corner hasn't arrived. Yet. The has met crews have just got on scene. They say this is gonna be the scene is going to be here for many, many hours and well into the night. The witness say anything about what they heard in terms of the plane, sounding like it was in trouble. Something like that. So far, all they heard was what they said was allowed Explosion. Presumably the impact All right, Steve. Thank you very much for that report by guys. I'd Steve Gregory on the scene and Pacoima where there is a small plane crash that apparently has taken the life of the pilots near the Park Ointment Airport. But I don't know the details as to why, but it crashed in the street and hit several cars and also hit some power lines. We'll keep you updated on that story. Also John some breaking news this morning. There was well you have been following this for two days. Now. I might as well updated Real clear politics has has made Joe Biden our president, the last once they were one of the holdouts from declaring Pennsylvania. They have put it in the Spuyten coming any any other major media outlet still holding out You know, I was only aware of this one because some listeners forwarded. Like all real clear politics. Some of them were saying they took Pennsylvania back from Biden. But they didn't They never declared it. And so that's why I followed this one. Because people that obviously but like another outcome to this election, you're not getting let's go to a place where we can find the news. We want Have they only have North Carolina and Georgia left the only two states that are well no. Arizona. Excuse me. Arizona's in there that still hasn't been declared by them now pulls up to 79 for Biden to 17 for Trump and pulls her band on the show. But I did see one harmless one that crack me up. They asked Americans who do you think won the election? And 17. I saw that pole. Yeah, 79% said Biden. Yeah, 3% said Trump I I saw the 3% the three percenters. Yeah. So then there was not sure that was not sure. I don't know all these noncommittal answers, but yeah, there's 3% of Americans out there. And if you if you look at American adults, I think there's got to be about I would guess about 250 Million American adults. Hmm. So that that would be about 7.5 million people. Uh, which, you know, I used to always joke about the 10%. Yeah, well, then there's the 3% inside the 10%. And the thing is those 3%. They're the ones who are writing all over Social media. They're the ones who are making the big ruckus. There's been a different poll that comes out somewhere around the 20% level of people who doubt the outcome. They're not saying Trump's the winner. They're just saying they're not recognizing Biden is the winner, either. Yeah, that that's a bigger number that right well, that accounts for that those middle grounds of People who think it's in dispute or they don't know or whatever people who wouldn't out, right? Yeah, that's right. That extra 33% know for sure that this is he's just keep that in mind when you you hear these people, Because what I'm reading over and over on both sides is people can't believe That there's a significant group. I mean, both candidates got over 70 million votes, which is staggering. Okay? Yes, And it's hard for The people who live in their bubbles to understand. It's like how could there be 70 Million people? For Biden? Everybody I know why. I just I just read today. It's like, Well, everybody showed up for the parade. I mean, there's so many people in the breakaway fast approaching 80 80 million and they can't believe they. This woman in Texas could not believe they're about Biden voters. You missed almost 80 million of them. And the same thing is that the people in their little left wing progressive bubbles. Where are all these trump voters? I can't believe America's like this. Well, hey, you know, it's over. 70 million of those 28 million more than last time it out in the world. Really? Get in your car drive around a little. Yeah, well, I so Biden to be correct is 77,328,000 votes right? And trumpets 72,183,000. It's 50.8 to 47 Point Fund. Most of that difference is California. So it's still holding it around 2.5 to 3%. Yes, Last time I checked, it was a five million vote difference and galloped across the California bar. It's a 50 50 country, And then there's this, although that's not evenly distributed. But you know it's not, but just on average, you gotta some states and there's people talking like you said Biden got a vote. Is it possible that I read the other states? Oh, my God. People voted for Trump Ready? Watch these people woman in Texas said. I don't know so many people came out for the Trump Parade. I It's like Joe. Why take the enthusiasm factor? We were talking about that.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Research showed only 6% of Americans trust Social Media 16% trust the president, 18% Trust, the media and 26% Trust Ater, local governments. Health experts say that drop in trust is most likely due to fear politics and the public watching science changing in real time, the number one source for accurate covert information 53% of the country, says the family doctor Steve Gregory King, if I knew President Trump says his covert 19 response saved many lives, Joe Biden says Just the opposite. One who's responsible for that money desk. Should not remain as president of the United States of America. Trump claims Without his actions, including a Chinese travel ban. The estimated death toll could have been much higher. He also says the country is turning the corner. We're fighting it and we're fighting it hard. There is a spike there was a spike in Florida and it's now gone. There was a very big spike in Texas. It's now gone. There was a very big spike in Arizona. It's now gone and there was some spikes and surges and other places they will soon begun. Trump also mentioned the global nature of the pandemic and the new spikes of case counts in Europe. Biden said he would encourage mask wearing nationwide and set national standards to reopen businesses in schools safely. Now, when we come back, President Trump and former vice president took the stage if you did not watch that is okay. We have you covered, I will say was much more civil than the first debate. We're going to check in with ABC, Steve Roberts and find out if there were any, You know big moments from the debate last night, and were there any, you know anybody win, or was it just a Good civil debate. But right now, let's take a look.

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Santa Monica Police chief stepping down amid anger over protests

Tim Conway Jr.

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Santa Monica Police chief stepping down amid anger over protests

"Police chief has retired because of strained relationships with the community. Cynthia Renaud will get four months of severance pay totaling around $97,000 in the city will pay for her defense if she's ever sued for actions while she was in office. You know, had been under fire for her handling of protests in late May and beginning of June, and a petition with more than 60,000 signatures had called for her resignation or no was outspoken about the unrest. Seeing opportunists were ruining the protests. Renaud will become president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and former Santa Monica police chief Jackie Seabrook will come out of retirement as interim chief Steve Gregory King If I knew this report brought to you, by Mike

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Place, said the attorney, Mike Fewer, had recently sued a nursing home in Westlake for their alleged role in dumping patients in favor of those who would bring in a higher dollar amount because of new reimbursement rates for Medicare. Industry experts say nursing homes could get an average of $200 a day. But those with covert 19 could bring in more than 800 a day. Steve Gregory Kate If I news, a man has been shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy in San Clemente. Orange County. Sheriff's Sergeant Dennis Brechner says the incident happened around 1 15 this afternoon outside the hotel Miramar when deputies got into a fight with a man after that physical education A deputy involved in a shooting shooting. A current deputies immediately attempted life saving efforts, but the mail was unfortunately, he says the man allegedly tried to grab one of the deputies, guns. The area of El Camino Riel and San Raphael is closed for the investigation. And nonprofits in Orange County have needed a Brady bunch of creativity to generate donations during the pandemic. Here's the story of a lovely lady. I just say on radio sorry about Mom's Orange County's Amanda Warner says the baby Bunch song was created for the 5000 at risk families. They provide newborn health education to each years, expecting way really wanted to identify. Here's a story of a new mommy and new daddies and new baby. One of 11 nonprofits that banded together to raise money for the igniting potential giving day in San Anna Corbin Carson. Leave a car fire into hunger on the 2 10, But this wonders along the westbound.

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Tools firefighters use to save lives

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Tools firefighters use to save lives

"Fighting continues. I'm rob New life from the CAF. I 25 newsroom cruise on that wildfire in the Angeles National Forest are doing some recovery work after flames have burned nearly 15,000 acres came upon a crew doing Martha. That's when firefighters behind the path of the flames to make sure there's no hot spot. It's those little spots those little Burning spots that are underneath the soil that just embers right now that can easily be picked up into flame and start a whole another fire L A county fires sky, Cornell says. Firefighters use special hand tools to double check the soil from the clouds allows peace to some of these look like flat headed axes. That had been turned, and that's so that you can dig in deep and then you have more of a flat surface, which is the Macleod and that's more of like an eight inch to 10 inch wide tool and that's for scraping. At least five homes have been destroyed and many more have been damaged along Pine Canyon Road, Steve Gregory Ko Phi News

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Steve Gregory. He's taken what he's learned from testing sites in L A and apply that decides around the country. Penn says he's even open testing sites on Indian reservations. Democratic and Republican lawmakers have failed to reach an agreement on the cove in 19 relief package. President Trump had threatened to take action if a deal wasn't reached today. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says negotiations did not go well. The chief and I will recommend to the president based upon Our lack of activity a day to move forward with some executive orders. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says that Executive order could happen this weekend for the latest on businesses open and closed across Southern California. You can check out our website Ko Phi am 6 40 dot com The keyword is open. The city attorney has proposed an ordinance that could reverse approvals of real estate projects tied to corruption. City Attorney Mike Fewer says there needs to be a way to come to terms with projects tainted by corruption and fraud. We need to restore Public confidence. So fewer pitched an ordinance that would allow City Council to take decisive action, specifically focusing on whether there was fraud or corruption involved and the obtaining of a permit born of Google regarding a landing decision. The proposal comes to the same week that suspended City Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty to 34 counts for a lady to a real estate pay to play scheme here, says Thie involved projects could be reexamined The step at the public. Christine Carle, Okay, if I knew, and soon men have been arrested following a car chase and Carjacking through San Gabriel Valley cops and upload to try to pull the car over around noon for an equipment violation. The driver was seen speeding, running red lights driving on the wrong side of streets through Ah Southgate and cut hay. Both men eventually got out of the car along the 7 10 and bell and that's where the CHP caught up with them..

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"John and Steve Gregory just poured cleaning fluid over himself. Clorox Discharge? Yeah, so there's there's no chance of getting AH, virus from Steve's policed in my crotch knowyou're about It's sterile down there No Corona virus in this crime. I think there's no let a little Steve Gregory's coming out of that either. So the reason he's here. I'm looking at the website right now prosecute killer cops dot or GE. And staring you right in the face on the front page is the number 618 which they claim is people killed by cops and then on the right hand side and highlighted in white, the number one Cop prosecuted. These are so silly. L a county numbers Steve. Yeah, these air because this website prosecute killer cops dot or GE was created and started with data going back to 2013 which is when Jackie Lacey Was elected to office and their whole issue. This is black Lives matter, Ella. Their whole issue is that Jackie Lacey has been lax in prosecuting any law enforcement. Over fatal uses of force. There haven't been 618 people killed by cops in L. A county since 2013. That's that that's not possible. Well. Let me give you a little history of the meeting the other night, So I was actually down there to interview officials with black lives matter for this program next week I'm doing and so they invited me down here. Well, what they don't realize is I was there for the unveiling of this website, and I was waiting through this to get to the officials at the end. I had no idea. This is what the purpose of this meeting wass and they put up the screen and they had some researcher come in. Her name was Michelle Durant, who was a retired. Professor from ST Mary's College. Well, she starts talking about the methodology for this and how they were getting the data to collect it and put it together. Well, she's they want to count every death that that involves an officer on duty and off duty as an officer involved death that 2 80 80 year just the seven So that's not, but it's still not possible for 88. A year. The total number of shootings last year LAPD was was 26. Those air shootings both dowdy, which would be a bigger but the deaths were, if I remember correctly were in single digits. So they're also counting Inglewood. They count every every police agency and in L. A county is a good morning category showing 679 killer cops and I got all these names And I guess if you click the name you find out what the case is, you find out the person that died. Ah, related to that person. So the person that had the fatal use of force Presumably, they also count in custody deaths. They count also counting armed people. And I mean what is this? This is everything, huh? Yes. Everything So they also want account are have been counting the There was a one case he brought up That I had not known about, but apparently A police officer was rushing to a scene and what they call Code three, which is lights and sirens. The officer makes the wrong turn at an intersection and T bones, a car killing the occupants. They want that to count. That's a killer cop as a killer, Cartwright this is now this is silly, so it isn't clear and it's a lot more than shootings every time resigned. Someone dies at the end of it. And how do you know who knows that these stories are even true? Well, they say they collected this data from the D. A's office jacket. Lacey's office from the coroner's office from the families. But how do we know it's true? I mean, we deal with Mike Bonnett? Who does this? He puts out phony surveys and phony statistics all the time. And it turns out stuff is just made up. So I will. So how do we know what's true? I want to play for you. Now. This cut This is Molina Abdullah, The cofounder of Black Lives matter. L A. And this is her explaining what the site means What we're here to do. They say that those.

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Los Angeles County Fire Crew Battling Soledad Fire, Which Officials Says Has Potential To Spread To 1,500 Acres

Mo'Kelly

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles County Fire Crew Battling Soledad Fire, Which Officials Says Has Potential To Spread To 1,500 Acres

"Burning burning between between Santa Santa Clarita Clarita and Palmdale has scorched at least 400 acres Ko Phi Steve Gregory has let us live from the scene. And Michael the L. A County fire officials say it has the potential to explode the 1500 acres the only county Sheriff department says a mandatory evacuation is in place for residents from Agua Dulce de Rig Canyon Road to Briggs and Soledad Canyon Road to 14 Freeway. Red Cross is set up in evacuation center. The victory outreach parking lot in Palmdale. The North bound fourteen's closed at Soledad Canyon Road in the South bound fourteen's closed in Agua Dulce de Road and Cruz and bulldozers are cutting in containment line with water dropping helicopters attacking from the air Live in Santa Clarita, Steve Gregory King If I news,

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is with us and he's also a good friend of Steve Gregory and Steve Gregory email me email me this and again this should have been a story on national news let alone all the local stations should have covered it but there was a cop that got hit by a crossbow earlier this week is that true yeah so all right I would have been seen I you know I can't tell you how my heart I think when that's what I have to put out that he was hit and you want to talk about you know I spent the duration I mean I've been able to get there fast enough just give an example of the dangers we face every day right and yeah I mean either deter dangerous dangerous situation that we're going into every day and you know this is defying the police there ending up you know dis arm and all these other things are talking about some of these groups to talk about getting up Bairstow farm to market not even funny how how would a person responded somebody'd call if they are unarmed and not prepared to deal with the worst of society inactive unfortunately what we deal with it then law enforcement right I'm not by the way okay and what happens with the silly PD just a quick background where did you have an I. Ellie are any law enforcement in your family how were you attracted to it don't you think you know I just want to make a difference like a lot of my classmate like a lot of people come on the department I wanted to make this a better stating that the that I was born in you know what I like I told you before him I was born in south central you know right there Manchester Vermont I didn't get any more stop instantly knack and you know I I wanted to make a difference and what one thing I always tell people you know they're done they're done dead barricade when we have protest we have demonstrations and people want to make a difference on the other side you can make a difference on that site even better ideal on this site join this department good job good benefits you know good pay and you actually have a date you know you can work with the rear and a lot of us have to make it a better organization which makes it a better city you know they always talk about we're going to you know reform the police so they better with the community the Los Angeles Police Department has the best after school program in the city of Los Angeles bar none from the San Fernando Valley from you know we've got a reading program out to pick a division of Canoga park you know one of my buddies wanna put that on either a great job out there always down to the the watch ram we need to be covered are you talking about the cadets programmers is a separate program Jim I mean we I know you and I discussed the the cadet program right but we've got a huge wrestling program I'm going to route fifty and it's really it's kind of anchored in we can pay you would beat the street I would have to watch ramp which used to be the one to be aired in you know the offices by the way the community a lot of the public doesn't know a lot of the time they donate their own time to make sure these programs are successful they take time away from their family to make sure that our youth programs on the LAPD I think double HM I'll give you one guess which community benefit the most from LAPD you program when I when I'm in Delaware at home hill baby okay I absolutely get it that's the that's a good sounds like a great program and when this this puzzles me commander maybe you can shed some light on this but the LA police commission has given LAPD over last twenty years ago by nine thousand things to either I bet you not fix but to to concentrate on and the LAPD has said yes to every one of him even though some of them may not be such great ideas and I'm wondering why the LA police commission isn't louder in saying no no no these guys and these women these men and women out in LAPD have done everything we've asked them to do M. in response you call nine one one we're going to be there no matter what happens with the politician no matter what happened with the community you know one point seven million time we contacted the public in two thousand and nineteen one point seven million right in two thousand and nineteen everyone up in arms about this except of course being a cross in it not just with African American community it across the board now do you know all those one point seven million incident we we have to go to using deadly force twenty six time in every single one of those unfortunate but that's the reality twenty six times on a one point everybody contact you my one one in LA you're going to get at and by the way for people want to put that into perspective that's a hundred and ninety four calls an hour three hundred and sixty five days a year that's correct and in years of pain we if I could tell you I I know you and I have jumped to some of our event about some of the calls our offices in the valley had responded to yeah we're just at the parliament where when you call us.

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Los Angeles PD chief expresses confidence in mayor despite budget cuts

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles PD chief expresses confidence in mayor despite budget cuts

"Chief Moore says he's got confidence and merit Garcetti despite a planned budget cut of up to one hundred and fifty million dollars that was more than usual reaction when I asked him about the police union's comments at the mayor's mentally unstable for the way he's been acting during the recent looting and riots I'm not worried about this mental stability this mayor I think that he has he has is full full skills either one of the smartest people I know there is a difference as to obtain an honor guard to differences strategy more hosted faith leaders from around LA who showed support for the chief and the department so tonight lord hi I I ask you to help with wisdom and discernment our chief of police off the Los Angeles Police Department LAPD headquarters Steve Gregory KFI

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Criminal investigation launched into Los Angeles warehouse explosion

Mo'Kelly

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Criminal investigation launched into Los Angeles warehouse explosion

"Authorities say it is now a criminal investigation into the explosion of fire that sent eleven valley city firefighters to the hospital three of the eleven have already been released two are still in critical condition KFI Steve Gregory explains how it all went down last night the building on three hundred boys street houses butane and supplies for smoke shops and cannabis retailers alley fire chief Ralph rises says last night firefighters went inside through moderate smoke and when they were trying to find the source of the fire to Raza says a firefighter told him something didn't feel right and that's when the firefighter ordered everyone out moments later the explosion or flash it's being described as both things an explosion or flashover occurred another eyewitness account is under fire fighters came down the aerial ladder from the roof with their turnout coats on fire video shows the firefighters running down the ladder to their truck draws as it says the fire was so intense it melted the firefighters helmets and the seats in their

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Had the engine you heard if you were listening right before the top of the hour Steve Gregory was asking chief to rises of LA city LA fire department about the butane that was on the scene and and because it she said where there was butane on the street and then explain more and Steve I asked him what he meant was there were first butane containers that are blown out of the business and we're seeing aerial shots on Boyd street three nine boys street of the gigantic LA fire department you know it's one of those huge hook and ladders and that's the sad it's not if it's burnt on on the fire side and and which it which should testifies to the intensity of the fire and then I tweeted out two pieces of video well I'm at dark secret place one from Christine Devine end of the month from Steve Gregory in its astounding you watch that video and you remind yourself what we just learned is at all eleven firefighters not only survive but are expected to live it's amazing Steve Gregory is with us other press conferences on going but we got all the hard information I yes Steve look you describe that fire truck is birch on its right side you know that what I think the most remarkable part of that footage is watching as firefighters I mean running down that ladder and they weren't you know typically they don't they're not supposed to go down that way they're supposed to climb back down like you would on a ladder normally but they're running down that ladder and then you see that ball of fire just come up and then the in there literally running through the fire TV they disappear yeah in the fire it's pretty crazy I am going to hi I'm sorry I thought his game time but she throws a standing by here and I think a minute okay interview with him to the side yeah so did take your business and and I can I can but but but bottom line all eleven are expected to survive chief what is going to ask you what it's gonna be real quick this was the last time you guys call to make a you don't live there where we practice yeah my this is the chief to rouse is talking to Steve Gregory firefighters I saw that footage where they're running down that ladder we have all of my have you ever seen no I haven't I haven't seen that footage of heard about it that's what was described in your people.

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Health Officials Warn Americans To Plan For The Spread Of Coronavirus In U.S.

House Talk with Ray Trimble

08:52 min | 2 years ago

Health Officials Warn Americans To Plan For The Spread Of Coronavirus In U.S.

"Be cove in nineteen the corona virus and its continued spread throughout the United States the death toll has risen to twelve people that number could be changing but as of now that's what we have this past week we had our first death in California that was connected to a cruise ship that traveled from the U. S. to Mexico Los Angeles also declared a health emergency after there were six new cases that were confirmed there one of which was a worker and Allie X. two screens incoming flights from China for more on this we spoke to Steve Gregory he's a reporter KFI news in Los Angeles to talk about how local cities are handling the outbreak and also why we might have to start practicing social distancing a state of emergency for people to know is that it's basically a message in which to free up funding resources supplies I think people are most commonly hearing state of emergency after a tornado and earthquake a flood and when they call in female things like that well in a health crisis like this state of emergency do exactly the same thing is other natural disasters and Daddy is that document allows the federal government to tap into a reserve fund or state government or a regional government and they're able to get these funds to help them pay for overtime additional staffing more testing kits which is a really big deal right now with this covert nineteen strain and in Los Angeles actually in some cases a little overdue to do this because we had already had the six confirmed cases and we also know that they've tested at least six hundred fifty people in the Los Angeles county area thus far and only the six have come out with the actual confirmation of the virus so that state of emergency it basically allows governments to tap into reserve funds and reserve resources the official speaking today said that this was not a response rooted in panic and that's important to say because people do your emergency and they are going to AZ what we know about the new cases and L. eighty six cases we do know that they all originated from the same travel situation and that means basically they've ruled out that it was person to person in California or in southern California south but basically those inspected it were a result of inbound travel from northern Italy in that area that people have been traveling there come back together as a group and then they splintered off after they got into the Los Angeles county area and then they were sort of having to work to contain all of them but they found the point of origin for the virus of all the six cases and that was the concerning part of this community spread it which they suspected was what was happening in Washington state that's the bad version that's not what you want I did read and correct me if I'm wrong they said that the six case was a person who works in a field that exposes them to international travelers what we've been able to find out if it's a worker at the Los Angeles International Airport and that worker with inside a minute what they call an airline trans Atlantic so this could be one of those VIP lounges something along those lines that was the first thing I thought airport I wrote in my notes right here airport and big question marks what are the other interesting things like Los Angeles officials are talking about this was this notion of social distancing it caught my ear right away there's different efforts to try to stem the spread of things so we know about isolating patients that are infected from other people so that doesn't get out quarantining we've heard about that but social distancing is this other element to this tell us about that because that one kind of leads into when you start hearing about ghost towns people not going out or I think the line was stay six feet away from strangers basically all we're saying is be aware of your personal space and make sure you're aware of others personal space that's really what it boils down to the very fancy term that medical professionals use and especially this case epidemiologists and others that have to deal with mass situations there have been a lot of meetings with those that run venues here we have staples center we have the Microsoft center we have a lot of venues in Los Angeles where lots of people gather M. in particular sports arenas and sports gatherings and that's a big problem right now which was funny to me during a press conference this morning when they were talking about that and every political official behind them were all standing shoulder to shoulder and it was kind of interesting that they're telling everyone else to be aware of their personal space and everyone else was almost arm in arm and it's kind of interesting but it really boils down to common sense and that's what the health director of the Los Angeles county health department was really trying to get across the declaration of state of emergency it's just an administrative function there's no need to panic wash your hands make sure you're aware of your space around you don't crowd someone else be cognizant of when you're going to a public space into a restroom or anything like that just be aware of your surroundings we keep talking about this declarations of health emergencies house lawmakers on Wednesday agreed to a deal to allocate about eight billion dollars to help federal government's fight the coronavirus some of this money will go to state officials and trickled on down so that's why it's important that these cities and counties and all star declaring these health emergencies and ice image we're talking about LA specifically but there's at least thirteen states have reported coronavirus cases since late January so this is gonna start popping up as this keeps spreading and you mentioned testing kits and all as they do more tests we'll see the numbers increase but still by and large not any reason to start panicking just yet Steve Gregory reporter if I news in Los Angeles thank you very much for joining us always later Oscar after taking a look at Los Angeles we want to take a look at New York where there have been cases of community spread it continues to spread their New York where there was at least twenty two cases that number could have risen by now and most of these cases in New York were tied to a lawyer in Manhattan who has underlying respiratory issues infected his family then a neighbor then friends and has led to about one thousand people self quarantining this is all happening in a very close knit Jewish community in the meantime New York continues to monitor and test those who are at risk of having contracted the virus for more on the spread there New York we spoke to Ben Guarino he's a reporter for The Washington Post so the community spread has been identified with a fifty year old attorney who works in midtown Manhattan he is part of a close knit community in Westchester New York where he attends kindergarten his children go to Jewish schools in the area and so those are the ones that have been made his self quarantine so hello members of the synagogue he attends classmate of his children who go to the schools have decided to tell quarantine at home so the officials estimate about a thousand people roughly in in Westchester affiliated with with some of these public meeting places have self quarantine so help walk us through how this happened because from my understanding this lawyer he does have an underlying respiratory condition so he's in the hospital but what happened was that there was a bar mitzvah and there was also a funeral where I think the funerals for a founder of of the synagogue there that's why there were so many people in attendance but explain to us what happened with the doctor I have my understanding was it was like the doctor and it was his wife and kids and then a neighbor it help walk us through that yes the New York City has disease detectives they call them and they try to find every link every possible link between someone who might have come into contact so we have this fifty year old attorney D. as you're exactly right you have an underlying respiratory illness and that's one of the demographics that can be severe for this disease so for most people it's going to be okay but in this case he had an underlying respiratory illness so he had a neighbor drive him to the hospital where he's currently in stable condition but then the neighbor tested positive that the attorney's wife who works at the midtown Manhattan law firm with him she tested positive their two children did and then adds more testing was done as these links were investigated then that number started to rise at a positive test a family friend tested positive that French wife tested positive and three of their four children so and as of this morning I don't know the specifics of the individuals but in addition to those folks I just mentioned eight other individuals with some community ties to this attorney have also tested positive in all of those cases their home they have mild or asymptomatic they're not expressing symptoms and

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Los Angeles County declares state of emergency

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles County declares state of emergency

"The biggest story of the week has to be cove in nineteen the corona virus and its continued spread throughout the United States the death toll has risen to twelve people that number could be changing but as of now that's what we have this past week we had our first death in California that was connected to a cruise ship that traveled from the U. S. to Mexico Los Angeles also declared a health emergency after there were six new cases that were confirmed there one of which was a worker and Allie X. two screens incoming flights from China for more on this we spoke to Steve Gregory he's a reporter KFI news in Los Angeles to talk about how local cities are handling the outbreak and also why we might have to start practicing social distancing a state of emergency for people to know is that it's basically a message in which to free up funding resources supplies I think people are most commonly hearing state of emergency after a tornado and earthquake a flood and when they call in female things like that well in a health crisis like this states of emergency do exactly the same thing is other natural disasters and Daddy is that document allows the federal government to tap into a reserve fund or state government or a regional government and they're able to get these funds to help them pay for overtime additional staffing more testing kits which is a really big deal right now with this covert nineteen strain and in Los Angeles actually in some cases a little overdue to do this because we already had the six confirmed cases and we also know that they've tested at least six hundred fifty people in the Los Angeles county area thus far and only the six have come out with the actual confirmation of the virus so that state of emergency it basically allows governments to tap into reserve funds and reserve resources the official speaking today said that this was not a response rooted in panic and that's important to say because people do your emergency and they are going crazy what we know about the new cases and L. eighty six cases we do know that they all originated from the same travel situation and that means basically they've ruled out that it was person to person in California or in southern California self but basically those infected it were a result of inbound travel from northern Italy in that area people have been traveling there come back together as a group and then they splintered off after they got into the Los Angeles county area and then they were sort of having to work to contain all of them but they found the point of origin for the virus of all the six cases and that was the concerning part of this community spread it which they suspected was what was happening in Washington state that's the bad version that's not what you want I did read and correct me if I'm wrong they said that the six case was a person who works in a field that exposes them to international travelers what we've been able to find out if it's a worker at the Los Angeles International Airport and that worker was inside of it what they call an airline trains that land so this could be one of those VIP lounges something along those lines that was the first thing I thought airport I wrote in my notes right here airport and big question marks one of the other interesting things like Los Angeles officials are talking about this was this notion of social distancing I caught my ear right away there's different efforts to try to stem the spread of things so we know about isolating patients that are infected from other people so that doesn't get out quarantining we've heard about that but social distancing is this other element to this tell us about that because that one kind of leads into when you start hearing about ghost towns people not going out or I think the line was stay six feet away from strangers basically all we're saying is be aware of your personal space and make sure you're aware of others personal space that's really what it boils down to the very fancy term that medical professionals use and especially this case epidemiologists and others that have to deal with mass situations there have been a lot of meetings with those that run venue here we have staples center we have the Microsoft center we have a lot of venues in Los Angeles where lots of people gather M. in particular sports arenas and sports gatherings and that's a big problem right now which was funny to me during a press conference this morning when they were talking about that and every political official behind them were all standing shoulder to shoulder and it was kind of interesting that they're telling everyone else to be aware of their personal space and everyone else was almost arm in arm and it's kind of interesting but it really boils down to common sense and that's what the health director of the Los Angeles county health department was really trying to get across the declaration of state of emergency it's just an administrative function there's no need to panic wash your hands make sure you're aware of your space around you don't crowd someone else be cognizant of when you're going to a public space into a restroom or anything like that just be aware of your

United States
Retailers accused of price gouging amid coronavirus outbreak

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Retailers accused of price gouging amid coronavirus outbreak

"K. hello formula will take action against those who Jack up prices because of coronavirus KPK correspondent Steve Gregory has more the state Attorney General says he will not tolerate those who want to take advantage of consumers during the outbreak of the covert nineteen coronavirus hobby or bracero says his office will prosecute anyone who price gouges during a state of emergency lease price gouging restrictions make it illegal for businesses to raise the prices of most goods and services by more than ten percent to Serra said yesterday if you suspect you've been affected keep receipts in good records and call the police those goods and services include but aren't limited to emergency supplies medicine and medical supplies food and drink I'm Steve Gregory

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Then throwing you in jail our live on KFI Steve Gregory's with as more news now in the in the response two planes carrying hundreds of Americans from China to the U. S. over concerns about new corona virus have arrived in California the two flights landed early this morning at Travis Air Force base outside of Sacramento and one of those planes flew people marine to marine corps air station Miramar in San Diego county passengers on both flights will be under quarantine for fourteen days anyone showing signs of illness during the quarantine period will be transported to a nearby medical facility for isolation evaluation and care as needed CDC Dr Henry walks as the goal is to detect cases quickly and to prevent further spread of the new virus in the United States former LA county sheriff Lee Baca has started serving his time for obstruction of justice and lying to the FBI Baca was cents in twenty seventeen to three years in federal prison but had been free during his appeals the Supreme Court refused to hear his case last month Baca was ordered to start serving his sentence this month the federal bureau of prisons online database shows Baca is being held at a federal prison in Anthony Texas just north of el Paso in a state assembly bill may help people who don't like how they look on their driver's licences currently if a person was about to smile when their driver license photo was taken and ended up with that phase the driver can request a new license for twenty eight Bucks or wait for the license renewal or bag the ever friendly DMB person for retake for person where security around their DMV since I can be an embarrassing situation assemblyman Philip ten representing diamond bar says his bill would let people choose you can request a three photographs to be taken says he thought it would be a five dollar voluntary donation that would go to driver education and training programs in diamond bar Corbin Carson can't find is an American citizen arrested by border patrol agents in Texas has died customs and border protection say thirty two year old James Markowitz showed signs of distress Tuesday night while he was going through processing he was then taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead mark which has been arrested earlier in the day in connection with the human smuggling case we're gonna traffic there's problems in east LA here on the five making array southbound coming up on the sixty that is a rack landed in middle lane so trying to scoot it off to the shoulder and delays are still loading up getting away from I'm just just coming up on the scene there so it's like they may have everything off to the shoulder if you see something different you can always give us an update eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three big delays along the sixty heading westbound out of south el Monte this is getting away from sanity to Avenue and it's a pretty jammed drive all the way towards Atlantic Boulevard no crashes have been reported so again if you see this you can always give us an update eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three I think its construction Caltrans is out there and that's why traffic is pretty messed up right now yeah into corona ninety when eastbound no problems between the fifty five freeway and the fifteen KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I mean Joe Martinez hi let's talk.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Makes that does work Steve Gregory to find news in the southern California Toyotas dealers traffic center we make it easy band still working on the stress on the six so five and I'm just saying that they're starting to make a little progress three oh six oh five south bound just before a longer Boulevard fatal crash investigation only the right lane is open and that is still happening but I was looking at pictures and seeing that there is a flatbed tow truck on scene now going to grab that vehicle and also a Caltrans sweeper train all we're already doing some work you are jammed in it what you're Boulevard it is going to be a long slow right for you KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyers dot com Jeff Lawson clearing on the one seventy four all righty well we'll start with a little bit of good news here is how about one seventy a Burbank read quite a problem in the carpool lane that has cleared I portray bill become down the five again take that one seventy it is really Florida should be starting at about sure of white and several good those were back in the small to pass right now about four or five on the bills out before ball on a rate that would block and most of the freeway has been moved over to the right shoulder at so that it does truck operator get all I trouble however your job is to really stop and stop all over back Roscoe Boulevard I say with the freeway because of all the Boulevard really got used up it's jammed from magnolia all the way down towards the one a one injured in an accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bock K. advise this guy thing aggression cynical read on the five so the caliber of everything in the US center divider your drive still heavy from Valencia Boulevard KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm robbing banks the Lakers beat the San Antonio Spurs one twenty nine one oh two even though coach Frank Vogel thought the getting started weirdly I feel like the.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Steve Gregory from KFI news when we return go no where let's get the latest news now with a meeting in the camp I newsroom I believe junior varsity basketball coach at a full X. in high school has been arrested for allegedly committing a lewd act on a fourteen year old girl the coach was arrested after the girl's mother called sunny hills high school to report her daughter may have had an unwanted contact with the thirty year old coach Ukraine's president says Iran has pledged to quickly identify and return victims remains from the jet liner that Iran accidentally shot down earlier this week around a medic yesterday did shoot down the jet after denying it for days bill who make the stars look so good will be honored tonight at the make up artists and hair stylists guild awards in downtown LA some of the nominees include stylists for Maleficent mistress of evil once upon a time in Hollywood at Downton Avenue at Abby and the Elton John movie rocket man we'll check the four of five next you hear all the time it's a new year new year right but how bout does something new for your home the place where you all enjoy friends family everybody place that you want to come home and be proud of right my wife and I own an old home I told you that it's a hundred years old and change actually now we wanted to remove some windows at French doors and it just as excited as we were we got scared you know you got to have trust in someone to rip the whole the side of your house and then finish the job make it look like it's always been there we call American vision windows totally Easter fears they walked us through the whole process and they did a killer job you've heard billing Kathleen story for a long time just long as I have that such a horrible experience when they replaced their own windows they started their own company and now they're celebrating twenty years twenty years how cool is that they got a great offer for you in.

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Harry Morton Dies: Owner Of Viper Room, Pink Taco Was 38

Mo'Kelly

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Harry Morton Dies: Owner Of Viper Room, Pink Taco Was 38

"Room a man who started pink taco in west Hollywood has died it's not known how Harry Morton died he was found yesterday afternoon by his younger brother at one of Morton's homes in Beverly hills Moore is best known for starting the pink taco Mexican restaurant and food truck when he was only eighteen years old he also owned the famous viper room night club Morton's grandfather started the Morton's steakhouse chain in his father Peter co founded the hard rock cafe Morton was also a reserve deputy with the LA county sheriff's department officials have said they do not suspect foul play Morton was thirty eight Steve Gregory can't find

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Steve Gregory was the only radio reporter allowed on the raid detective told in there about thirty gambling operations in that city was generated full of at least a quarter million dollars a month the LA County Board of supervisors has passed new rent control rules your nose because into effect in April and it'll cap increases the eight percent for buildings constructed before nineteen ninety five in unincorporated parts of the county supervisor she like you'll says the measures needed in the middle of a housing crisis one of the major contributors to homelessness is the unfettered raising of ranch and you get a notice and how to go about really can where the with the California apartment association says there should be provisions to share the cost of maintenance are so expensive and we want to encourage people to keep up their property that change wasn't me but the board did extend a temporary ordinance until a permanent one takes hold in LA Chris and Carla okay fine news reports as runs in the bay area are twice the national average the apartment search website rent to cafes as rents have gone up to percent since last year the website says the average rent last month in Menlo Park in Silicon Valley was four thousand three hundred fifty five Bucks you swear or affirm that the testimony you're about to give is the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god the former special envoy to Ukraine has told the U. S. at the house intelligence committee he should have realized president trump was holding up military aid to Ukraine to pressure the country to investigate political rivals Kurt Volker says he understands now thanks to hindsight and the testimony of other witnesses I was not on the July twenty fifth phone call between president trump and presents a Lynskey I was not made aware of any reference to vice president Biden or his son by president trump until the transcript of that call was released Bulger is one of several witnesses this week former top aide on the National Security Council to Morrison also testified today the committee heard earlier from two aides who listened in on trump's phone call with the president of Ukraine to prison guards in New York responsible for watching Jeffrey obscene when he took his own life have pleaded not guilty to charges of falsifying prison records the guard claimed to have checked on Eckstine every half hour as they were supposed to do when they didn't Eckstine died August while awaiting trial on charges of sexually abusing a trafficking teen girls.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Air. They're trying to get this out of the car pool lane over to the right shoulder on the ground. Police say the ex teacher ran into a couple of teams at a parking lot in garden grove in your neighborhood, the infanta Hannah corporate Carson camp, I live. And iheartradio station. Handle on the news late edition. I'm here to make jokes. I have no gender. I'm not trying to get anything accomplished. And now here's Bill Handel. Good morning handle in the morning through on a Monday, February twenty fifth big stories that we're covering the Trump Kim subject. The president has left already or is leaving today. The weather the weather outside is frightful. Or is it delightful and sunny, sunny, also? Yeah. Until this weekend. This is not going to be so good. All right. Oh, coming up nine o'clock, Steve Gregory joins us. He's back on a more up note, if you will the Oscars what happened last night, and there were some moments of hilarity most moments of political crap frankly, and I'll talk more about that. All right in the meantime, let's do it handle on the news late edition. Jennifer Jones Lee, Wayne Resnick in me lead story. The summit is Thursday. And now the president and Kim.

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"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"steve gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pan again in Las Vegas for the fork report, Steve Gregory, look that he didn't go. Steve gray related gentleman reporting fork report, Steve, Gregory, how are you, sir? I'm well, my friend. How are you? I'm good, buddy. So I appreciate you taking the time to come on with us today. Great report you and I've talked about SUV cooking since I can remember as a matter of fact, the very first and only SUV machine that I have was a gift from Bill Handel and was like thirteen hundred dollars. Well, and that's the first time I had to be from a consumer model was at your house. And now they've come down there. Beautiful. There's sleek they're they're not cost prohibitive, and they're just a they're a beautiful and for those that you heard a little bit of the description there, suveyed cooking sous vide means is French for under pressure. And you basically vacuum seal whatever you're going to be cooking, and you poach it in that in that seal in water bath. And the thing about a water bath is that. He can hold a temperature a precise temperature. Whereas when you're cooking. Traditionally you're taking five hundred degrees or four hundred degrees. Whatever you're cooking in your oven and trying to push that to the center of the meet the until the center of the meat is done the way you like it in this case, medium, rare would be one twenty eight one thirty something like that. And and it gets hard. So now, you have different layers of done this. But the center is actually medium rare the whole steak is not whereas with a sous vide, the whole state is medium rare. It's incredible. It really is amazing. But like you said the technology's been around since the eighteen hundreds or so late eighteen hundreds, and it's one of those things that the technology is catching up with it. Because you're you're holding a precise temperature for longer periods of time. So you're not you know, nailing the bacteria with high heat your low heat for longer periods. So this technology to be. To to connect with it via via your phone. How do you see that really changing the game? Well, I see it's really changing the game, especially for visiting family and families with young kids and. In fact, I think that was pretty much the theme for kitchen technology at CSS years. Connectivity. Not only in the smart home application, but also with voice activated technology. You know, Amazon's Alexa, Google home are both really neck and neck right now. So I can easily see the Nova in their generation because they have more expensive models. But the one that I was looking at at the show this year was ninety nine bucks. And it's a great entry level gadget to get you into the family. But so connect is going to be a big deal because as you heard told say, you know, you can put everything together put all your your meat and everything in the water bath and have it sitting there, and you can be at work in and around one or two o'clock just say, okay, let go go in your app on your phone. And then started to that you time the cooking of your product to finish by the time, you get home. And then all you have to maybe a couple of dishes, and you're ready to go. So it's all about the connectivity. Which leads the convenience. How does that? Did they get into how that would work with? Let's say a protein because. What about the time? I mean, well SUV it's gonna be is gonna take long any. It's going to take about the length of time that you're that you're going to be at work anyway. So it becomes a slow cooker. Then right. Yeah. Exactly. But you know, you might be able to time it in a way where you keep got it. As with anything else in cooker. And all of that crap is a big deal you have to put time into the part of it. So in this particular case if but say you you're really into now you've kind of mastered. It it. It's the perfect. You know, go to for your meat, then you do prep it in the morning. And then you do set it up you have everything ready to roll. But you don't want it to be sitting in a water, bath cooking all day long, and you wanna tie into where it comes out and be ready to go where it's gonna remember when you and I were first talking about it. And then I was having it at your house, and we had a long conversation about it. One of the things that said, you know. You can't just get up in may and get started have to cut a Chuck up your day out. And and be ready for it. Yeah. It's one of those things that you can do progressive cooking. You can cook the vegetables in there. Then. Or you go backwards you go from high heat too, low heat, and then everything stays warm. You can do an entire meal, and it's crazy. Hey, steve. Can you stick around? I wanna talk to you about more of what went down at sea ES is urging gadgets. But also, I know you had an interview with someone we both appreciate that will air as well. So hang tight, Steve Gregory is with us. Of course, KFI's very own investigative reporter. We'll talk more about CAS kitchen gadgets won't return. So go nowhere. It's the fort on Nielsen Badri KFI AM six forty. Let's get the latest news now with Amy king in the.

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Reality Winner on Trump "so unfair" tweet: "I can't thank him enough"

Gary and Shannon

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

Reality Winner on Trump "so unfair" tweet: "I can't thank him enough"

"Counterparts from sixteen other states next week in Texas to try to save ObamaCare. Nineteen states want to get rid of the healthcare reform law which was passed about eight and a half years ago. Action is an American and it is an immoral action. Sister Carol Qian as president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States. Texas

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At least 25 caravan migrants admitted for processing at US border

Gary and Shannon

01:44 min | 4 years ago

At least 25 caravan migrants admitted for processing at US border

"Chase from santa clarita to bakersfield in his rv with his two children inside stephen hogue ditched his three year old son and eleven year old eleven month old daughter last night and disappeared into an almond grove the kids have been reunited with their mom and hoke is from oregon he's been convicted of sex with a child under fourteen one official told reporters his crime has to agree just to discuss us customs officials in tijuana have been processing some of the members of that caravan from central america those asylum seekers were put through an interview to establish their identity then they went through a medical screening from there they'll meet with a specially trained customs officer for a credible fear hearing that's when they must convince the officer to let them enter the us about one hundred fifty migrants arrived sunday at the san pedro pedestrian gate but were denied access because usa officials said they were at capacity on tuesday customs officials began allowing a few at a time to enter the remaining people have set up a makeshift tents city in front of the pedestrian gate steve gregory kfi news the brother of florida school shooter nncholas cruise has been arrested a second time zachary cruise was booked into palm beach county jail yesterday for violating terms of his probation by being within twenty five feet of a high school parking lot over the weekend it was also driving without a valid license they eighteen year old was previously arrested for trespassing at the school where his brother killed seventeen people in february one of tom brokaw's former colleague says the management at nbc had no part in her letter defending brokaw amid sexual harassment claims dozens of current and former female nbc employees have signed saint brokaw has treated them with respect at least one staffer has told the media she was worried about repercussions if she didn't sign it the author denies pressuring anyone at least three women have accused out now of unwanted advances traffic.

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Trump trade advisers: Tariffs coming by next week, will apply to allies

Bill Handel

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Trump trade advisers: Tariffs coming by next week, will apply to allies

"Snow valley down hi shoulders down was varied but my in my arms were above this now i was really lucky neither of the hooks was heard one man did have to go to the hospital with a serious lower body injury fresh no kept falling over the weekend but the squad belly resort is still open over myself allison janney has won her first oscar for her supporting role in eitan near the other top actress last night was frances mcdormand three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight now mcdormand called the film executives to give all those women a call and get their projects financed the top male acting awards went to gary oldman in same rockwell gear mode del toro's the sheep of water took top honors for best picture best director and the best original score oscar was sure blushes with all the sensitive stuff being said onstage end backstage i'm steve gregory at the academy awards show host jimmy kimmel wasted no time addressing the elephant in the room sexual harassment oscar is the most beloved and respected men in hollywood and there's a very good reason why this look it it's his hands were you can see them and most importantly no pena said all actresses ashley judd annabella she your'e in selma hayek were allowed to give a special tribute to the times of mep to movements all three women claim to have been harassed and or assaulted by harvey weinstein steve gregory kfi news top advisers for president trump say they expect new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports will apply to all other countries even us allies in early morning tweets today trump suggested that there could be an exception from mexico and canada but only if they can finish nafta renegotiations with the us critics have said that the tariffs could start trade wars trump tweeted last week that trade wars are in his words good and easy to win the israeli prime minister is visiting the white house benjamin netanyahu has become one of the president's closest emma most supportive allies abc's karen travers says netanyahu might be looking forward to a break from some bad press said home prime minister's being investigated on twitter user tweeted just google.

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