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"steven hernandez" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on WTOP

"Nationals lose to Atlanta Dimitri 76 the final the Braves had four home runs off of 10. Iranian company has been off the last few games against them for sure, I think Just about any ball. They putting them in the air. Seems like it just doesn't stop. Lately, so you have to go back and see some film and see exactly what they're doing all the damage on and try to avoid that club drops 10 games under 500 Orioles in the New York Yankees were rained out NFL fourth quarter. Kansas City leads Houston 31 273 touchdown passes for Patrick Mahomes Washington Football team begins their regular season Sunday against Philadelphia. N Ba playoffs Los Angeles Lakers beat Houston 1 10 to 100 taking a three games to one. Siri's lead. NHL Western Conference finals Game three and out. Over time. Dallas in Vegas or decided to W N B A Mystics of the Los Angeles Sparks are tied at 36 late second quarter. My Aisha Hinds Allen has 14 points for the Mystics. US Open Tennis women's semifinal action number three Serena Williams takes the first set from Victoria Azarenka, 61 and trails Azarenka 32 in the second set. The winner faces number for Naomi Osaka in the final stage. Preston w T o p Sports full forecast for the end of the work week on the way we hope For a lot less rain this week on federal insights sponsored by Hughes Network Systems. Here's Steven Hernandez, chief information security officer for the Education Department, Talking about network modernization and Stu hand in any modern infrastructure or platform in a cloud environment. Everything you're talking about there is software to find networking and in many cases also software to find when and perimeter.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"For Zacks two one the pain away when you when you're down recently sometimes you won't tell me don't Jim now you guiding you I think my I got up on Saturday and on and on bottom I think my flight today okay so I'm running around ninety three and now number one radio station welcome to the neighborhood a big boy's neighborhood Lakers clippers tickets we got up on deck right now hopefully you soon yes seventeen five ms green cardinals into the neighbor's the cardinals all righty now cardinals he said I'm five Carlos Halol hello there Carlos Carlos was city are you calling from Acadia all right now Carlos from Arcadia did you listen to your seventeen fall temporals yes all righty now in that phone tab delivery was a comedian what was his name when he was a comedian that would be lower yes it was the lord as McCullough the there it is right there so congratulations to you my brain you are on your way to see the Lakers and the clippers that is at the staples center that is March eighth so once again Carlos gradually if you stick around your radios right now I'm looking for Stephen Hernandez from Ventura Stephen from Peter you got twenty minutes to call us so we can W. okay once again Steven Hernandez from Ventura college that bankrolled time wanted W. okay eight six six two four six eight nine eight six six two four six eight nine two three big boys you all you I hate right now we know among home you know you can't run without we in the get I don't get you can in the in the bank of America account does I'm going to only support I'm trying to say the other one poor signal four G. in a no no not at she got a bloody name J. coming.

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"At the golden globes to the beautiful people of film rub shoulders with the red faced people of television word of Faye and bowlers return comes on the heels of another controversial much criticized performance by a rookie Jr vase at this year's as this year's host and was last weekend if you watched the Pasadena cancer survivor missed riding on the city of hope float of the rose parade on new year's day but got something much sweeter in return for very own for a real axle thank no one expects that to happen even if you dream about it you don't think it'll ever happen it all came to be after Stacy Kimmel said she woke up too sick to participate in the rose parade get the better of you that treatment such as napa not but when he died it can for you for a loop there was no way I can ride on the float she didn't so the foundation of living beauty quickly organized a special parade this week just FOR Campbell real crown in the police department came out and then escorted stopped at traffic lights and they drove down the actual parade route dropped us off at this cafe where all the other living beauties are there waiting for her arrival she says she even got to do the wave just like a queen Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio itself for nineteen a new freeway lines topple list of transportation projects in riverside county that could be paid for by a sales tax increase the county transportation commission will be deciding in June whether to place a half cent sales tax increase on the November ballot officials say the tax would generate almost nine billion dollars over the course of thirty years Coachella mayor Steven Hernandez says he supports the tax without this and without the revenue that is projected to I think that we need to tell our residents as well what not to expect if it doesn't pass but county supervisor Jeff Hewitt doesn wanted I think we've got a tax weary population that his you just been squeezed as bad as dry as you can on the spine but also I think the chance of this passing again is is much much less than what we think it is if the measure does pass some of the money would go toward bus and rail service improvements well as of today the museum of contemporary art in downtown LA is going free for general admission the change will be marked by a day long party at moke is Grand Avenue and a little Tokyo locations it will include food music art making activities and performances your performance by Keiko project down at the gap in which is a fantastic very energetic and innovative Haikou group based in little Tokyo Serra stiffly with mocha says a ten million dollar gift from the museums board president will allow general admission to remain free for five years with the goal of finding an alternative donor or alternative revenue sources to keep it going Graham should be bases that people get to go into here and be inspired and be engaged and learn something new and tickle their curiosity and.

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Golden globes we now know who will be hosting next year's golden globes and who won't be if you watch the golden globes last Sunday you may have gotten the impression that host Ricky Jr vase didn't want to be there perhaps that was due to was rather frequent mentioning that this was the last time he intended to MC not to worry Ricky next year's hosts are Tina fey and Amy Poehler announced Saturday at a TV critics meeting in California the duo has hosted the golden globes three times before said polar tongue firmly in cheek there are no two funnier people anywhere but Myshkin CBS news a day long party is being held to celebrate the museum of contemporary arts new general admission free policy a ten million dollar gift from okay as board of trustees presidents Carolyn powers made it possible to get rid of the previous fifteen dollar entry fee her desk allow a five year run way to find an alternative donor or alternative revenue sources to continue it in perpetuity I we have every intention of this being the new norms Jerry Stiller is chief communications officer for the museum Graham should be bases that people get to go into your and be inspired and be engaged and learn something new and she says you shouldn't have to pay for that today's art for all celebration will take place at moke is Grand Avenue and little Tokyo locations with shuttles running between both sides there will be music performances food and more while general admission will be free the museum will on occasion charge for special exhibits Margaret Carrero can extend seventy newsradio voters in riverside county could be deciding in November about a half cent sales tax increase that would pay for a new transportation project or new transportation projects it meant to ease traffic in the area the county transportation commission voted to include freeway lane additions to a list of plans that would get funding through this proposed half cent tax officials said the tax could generate almost nine billion dollars over thirty years Coachella mayor Steven Hernandez says he understands supporting a tax increase is tough I also know that what out attacks the future looks a lot different in terms of projects actually moving forward but county supervisor can Jeffries is against the top this is really needs to be noted that there is no end ever to this tax not the only one in when the projects are built plan to be built it keeps going for like the commission decides in June whether to put the measure on the ballot Pasadena cancer survivor got her very own parade this week after becoming too sick to ride on the city of hope float at the rose parade new year's day says Stacey camel after waking up on new year's day too sick to participate in the parade but then the foundation for living beauty came to the rescue and organized a special parade this week just for camel pretty crazy those funny some people are just staring at us like we were in Spain others were taking out their phones and snapping your pictures and videos and some screws back happy new year in some classes somewhere we've it she also got to we were crowned and wave like a queen Iraq oboe elbow wrist wrist wrist to do it as nicely as the queen let it out I was the cleats birthdays or special parade followed the rose parade route and had a police escort Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio it's three thirty check money news for you Gregg Jarrett brewers are concerned teenagers returning from the weekend beer bust the pot parties while other consumers are looking for the truth yeah the Miller high life but a micro brew he'll herbs to Balaghat rings as the current generation is nothing like our parents beer drinking generation they had they were very brand loyal and we don't see that so much data show that school children are continuing to make trade offs between cannabis and alcohol.

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Is vehicle cutting off cars cutting off motorcycles then he got off the freeway got out Alameda it it it crashed in the Chinatown area right at the corner of college and Broadway he smashed into an S. U. V. into Poland and ran into a nearby building but was quickly tracked down and arrested the other driver he did and he hit did not suffer any serious injuries two men got shot at a homeless camp in downtown LA after arguing with the suspect the shooter reportedly pulled out a shot gun opened fire temple in Figaro streets officers rushed to the scene with the K. nine two victims were taken to a hospital there now in stable condition police are looking for more information on the suspect voters in riverside county could decide November on a half cent sales tax that would pay for new transportation projects meant to ease traffic the county transportation commission voted to include freeway lane additions to a list of plans that we get funding to the proposed tax and tax officials say the tax could generate almost nine billion dollars over thirty years until a mayor Steven Hernandez is he understands porting in tax increases tough I also know that one out of tax the future looks a lot different in terms of projects actually moving forward but county supervisor can Jeffreys's against the tax didn't really needs to be noted that there is no end ever to this tax not the only one in when the projects are built land to be built it keeps going for life the commission will decide June whether to put the measure on the ballot after knocking it out of the park as host of the golden globes awards in twenty thirteen fourteen and fifteen Tina fey and Amy Poehler have agreed to come back and take another crack at it next year that word comes on the heels of another controversial much criticized performance by comedian wreckage race as this year's host last weekend fey and Poehler's infectious on stage chemistry mirrors their long personal friendship and they also both have deep ties to N. B. C. which will broadcast the golden globes again next year traffic in two minutes is ten thirty three and now a message from puffs plus lotions issues coughing and sneezing are the season's worst flaw it's the ordinary tissues they can leave noses raw with each little white they can leave nose is red.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Them as they don't touch my daughter and that's on my brother in law government hair taken down to the floor and the little girl herself says the whole thing was terrifying healthcare I started bawling my eyes out okay I mean please write soon after the man was been down he is now behind bars and they see also as previous ram sheets in both California Nevada for crimes that include battery indecent exposure false imprisonment and disorderly conduct in Orange County said he's been told it must follow California century state law now the leaders of this city have a big decision to make Huntington beach council members back in April twenty eighteen they voted to exempt that city from the sanctuary state law of California the city ended up in court arguing that the state's constitution guarantees that cities have authority to govern locally to do so as they see fit however state appellate court disagreed no as the search for was constitutional there's in our view a conflict there what the court has decided versus the express language of the California constitution city attorney for Huntington beach Michael gate so if we're not as a charter city allowed to exercise our independent governance over those municipal affairs that really erases certain provisions of the California constitution he says he will recommend the Huntington beach councilmembers appeal this defeat to take it all the way to the California Supreme Court Craig Fichtner can extend seventy newsradio new freeway lanes top list of transportation projects in riverside county they could be paid for by a sales tax increase the county transportation commission will decide in June whether the place assn sales tax increase on the November ballot officials say the tax would generate almost nine billion dollars over thirty years telomeres Steven Hernandez says he supports the tax what out this and without the revenue that is projected to I think that we need to tell our residents as well what not to expect if it doesn't pass by county supervisor Jeff you it says he doesn't want it but I think we've got a tax weary population that his you just been.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Burgers the Hollywood foreign press association served only vegan food last weekend's golden globes which earned them of shout outs from Best Actor winner Joaquin Phoenix and people are being asked to donate blood because of a critical shortage in the Inland Empire livestream blood bank president Dr Rick axle rod tells KNX the bank has less than a one day supply right now we are now really rationing the blood that we are sending out to the hospital for those that are definite needs and those that definitely definitely need transfusion there are some patients we're transfusion is being delayed while waiting for the blood he says blood collections and donations were low just before the new year because of the holidays anyone who wants to donate can contact lifestream voters in riverside county could decide in November on a half cent sales tax they would pay for new transportation projects meant to ease traffic the county transportation commission voted to include freeway lane additions to a list of plans that would get funding through the proposed half cent tax officials say the tax code generates almost nine billion dollars over thirty years Coachella mayor Steven Hernandez says he understands supporting a tax increase is tough I also know that one out of tax the future looks a lot different in terms of projects actually moving forward but Johnny supervisor can Jeffreys's against the tax didn't really needs to be noted that there is no end ever to this tax not you know it won't in when the projects are built plan to be built it keeps going for life the commission will decide in June whether to put the measure on the ballot house Democrats making move to limit the president's war powers more on this coming up at the bottom of the hour it's six twenty five brought to you by your southern California Toyota dealers traffic and weather.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Parkway by the cross county had an accident there that is now cleared from the roadway so that starting to improve as well take the bus is on time times wires but you're covering a heads up for the potential for some heavy weather later on this afternoon in the weather center this morning Craig Allen right now all show it all that showing up on radar is over the Poconos a cluster of showers and thunderstorms it's moving northeast right on up into the Catskills a few showers look like they broke out in Orange County ahead of that but to the to her moving northeast on up towards Poughkeepsie high parking stay in that area so that batch we're not worried about here in the city those of you in the in the hills north west there will be some downpours probably for about looks like a half hour to an hour or so over your particular locale then we start getting into it live for the coastal areas later this afternoon and this evening any thunderstorm could contain damaging winds and torrential downpours causing flash flooding hi today eighty four to eighty eight the low tonight seventy to seventy five the thunderstorms will taper down after midnight completely and dries out for Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid eighties both those days now is that going to be terrific beautiful you know bone dry weather and it's going to be moderately humid less than what we've been experiencing the last couple of days and Saturday and Sunday partly sunny with an isolated thunderstorm warm we'll call it moderately human it goes up a little bit over the weekend highs will be well up into the eighties right now the city temperature is seventy eight humidity seventy three percent thank you Greg Allen a seventy nine year old woman in Ohio could be going to jail because he keeps feeding stray cats W. Ohio reporter Steven Hernandez says the neighbors of in the planning of the cats have been wandering in their yard you know what it's like having.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Going to jail because he keeps feeding stray cats W. Ohio reporter Steven Hernandez says the neighbors of in the planning of the cats have been wandering in their yard you know what it's like having to go to jail Nancy single afraid of the possibility of going to prison for feeding stray cats an ordinance in the city makes it illegal before years sickle has spent several anyways I just feel bad when I see them out there and I know that they're hungry for giving nature leads are more than two thousand dollars in fines which the goal has paid in full but last week a magistrate ordered ten days in jail I can't change this one of my men and the judge will give us a call at a second hearing just before she set to begin her sentence meaning there's still a chance you won't have to report to jail to a fifty one and now to Brooklyn where there was some ducklings on the loose and what could have ended badly ends with a happy ending a mother duck internet and babies were crossing the New York City street when three ducklings stealth was storm gate and had to be retrieved by police locals in park slope Brooklyn had noticed the ducks were following beside them trying to provide a safe escort when the mother duck was spooked by a dog that's when three for little ones dropped through the gate outside a hospital police officers opened the great but then dropped it into the hole somehow the duckling survived and were taken to a shelter mac Piper CBS news W. CBS news time eight fifty two they met show by T. mobile cut the best deal and wireless and it's all for you all from me just switch quickly because metro has to lance but.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of forty bottles to an undisclosed store in winter springs vest together saying none of his products met the muster of the food and drug administration and they say his goal was to defraud his customer Eric sand of all reporting in Orlando Florida is well known for its cat colonies that in Ohio there are laws about feeding the animals now one lady is in big trouble don't know what it's like having to go to jail Nancy single afraid of the possibility of going to prison for feeding stray cats an ordinance in the city makes it illegal before years sickle has spent several anyways I just feel bad when I see them out there and I know that they're hungry for giving nature let's take what in two thousand dollars in fines which the goal has paid in full but last week a magistrate ordered ten days in jail if I can't change is one of my god that the judge will give us a call at a second hearing just before she set to begin her sentence meaning there's still a and she won't have to report to jail Steven Hernandez reporting from Cleveland football fans will be descending on canton Ohio this week under the game's legends the pro football hall of fame enshrinement week opens today with three thousand children passing a football from downtown canton to the hall of fame it's five thirty five am news radio WFLA weather is next it's slowly inches upward and as it climbs you get more and more excited in soon it reaches the top stops for just a second and then it propels you down faster and faster I mean it's great as an amusement park ride stock markets investments being roller coasters not so fun hi it's Glen back and we have had quite a climb on the stock market when is it going to reach the top and what happens to all of the stuff that you've made and you held on to as its racing to the bottom you won't have to worry about it.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KCRW

"That story I on NPR Bernie Sanders and bento Rourke have released their taxes. Other Democrats are doing the same casting attention on the president who has not also this hour what happened to the talks North Korea's nuclear weapons. It's Tuesday, April sixteen New England Patriots. Coach Bill Belichick is sixty seven years old today. Here's the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The fire chief of Paris says the blaze at Notre Dame cathedral has been extinguished NPR's Eleanor Beardsley says French officials have ruled out any criminal intention behind the fire firefighters are still securing Notre Dame cathedral to make sure this structure is safe enough for police to come in and begin their investigation. John code Gallet is the Paris fire chief Louis food. He says no longer a risk of fire. He says, but we're checking all the fragile points of the church with architects to make sure it won't collapse. The renovation is expected to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars and could take long as a decade. Meanwhile, donations are beginning to pour in now out no billionaire and owner of Louis Vitton has pledged to hundred and fifty million dollars. The mayor of Paris has pledged fifty million and announced an international donors conference to help. Restore Notre Dame to Patty Eleanor, Beardsley, NPR news, Paris, top house. Democrats are demanding documents from the White House about President Trump's. Call to send undocumented migrants to sanctuary cities. The president is reiterating his call to transfer people NPR's pingpong spoke to one California mayor about his view of the issue. Coachella, California has officially been a sanctuary city since twenty seventeen and unofficially for years before that it bars. Local authorities from participating in the enforcement of federal immigration laws. Mayor Steven Hernandez says the president's threats will not change the city's actions he has to weigh all his options. And I hope he does. But whatever way he decides to go. We're gonna continue to do what we do is ninety six percent Latino Hernandez says that in the past two months, he seen more people arriving in this community, but the city has been able to cope with the numbers, and as he put it to help the new arrivals get where they need to go ping pong NPR news, Washington. A federal judge has denied bail for a Chinese national who was arrested after she try. To enter President Trump's private club in south Florida NPR's. Greg Allen reports from West Palm Beach using Jong says she was at mar a Lago to attend United Nations friendship event and event the had been cancelled prosecutors say John was where the event wasn't taking place before she left China, but showed up at the president's private club. Anyway, which was questioned by the secret service. They found shoes carrying four cell phones, a laptop external hard drive and thumb drive Jong is being held without bail his facing charges on authorized entry of restricted building and lying federal agents. NPR's Greg Allen reporting the Justice department plans to release a redacted copy of special counsel, Robert Muller's report on Thursday, the four hundred or so page document is expected to reveal more information about the investigation into any connection between the Trump campaign and Russia attorney general Bill bars as investigators found no link. He also says Muller did not make a decision on whether the president obstructed Justice. You're.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KPCC

"State of the record industry and speaking of the grammys pianist and composer billy child's has nominated for best jazz album he tells us how los angeles inspired his hybrid composing styled like grew up but not really seeing any difference between a beautifully stay to work of art in jazz and in classical to me it was all the same thing and there's a new player on the animated movie seen all that and more after this short break from kpcc news i'm nick roman with the stories were covering at seven a one us department of justice is threatening to subpoena los angeles and other cities over sanctuary policies of public radio's been bradford says it's the latest move by the trump administration in a dispute about whether local policies to protect undocumented immigrants violate federal law the justice department has demanded the twenty three cities counties and state agencies turnover any instructions they've given want forcement or public employees to not cooperate with federal agents the trump administration says it can revoke federal law enforcement grants to states and local governments the don't share information with immigration agents city say that's an unconstitutional federal overreach judges in chicago and san francisco have rejected to broader attempts to trip funding from sanctuary cities and executive order from the president and a justice department attempt to withhold future law enforcement grants the trump administration is appealing those decisions california receives about twenty eight million dollars annually from the grants at state capital and been bradford the desert news newspaper quotes a defiant coachella mere steven hernandez this evening saying his heavily latino city would not comply with the justice department demand says hernandez.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"She hope so twenty five thousand dollar reward will lead to tips this could be your family standing up here instead of us helpless steven hernandez says his dad had been out for a walk in late may just a couple of blocks from home former lived you're almost sixty years and he felt very safe to walk the streets and someone took that from him and us in carson antara mullin back kfi news should nights girlfriend and his business partner have been indicted in la prosecutors say the two violated a court order to protect video evidence in night's murder case the la county da's office says the girlfriend manager negotiated the sale of the video to tmz for fifty five thousand dollars both could face jail or prison time the indictment says the two were secretly recorded in phone calls negotiating the sale even though the video that showed the death of a man was placed under a protective order separately the da's office has accused two of nights defence lawyers of having a role in that video sale the lawyers have not been charged with crimes eric leonard kfi news nonprofit group based in san francisco has offered scholarships to help some daca recipients renew their status the program that was set up to their use for college students at the community college california state university and the university of california california community college is vice chancellor paul feast says the scots ships cover students whose dhaka's status expires on or before march fifth of next year checks to cover the 495 dollar fee will be made out to the department of homeland security once a student qualifies a middle eastern country has chosen la as the place to sign a declaration of religious tolerance the bahrain declaration denounces the religious extremists from the fuel terrorism and the act of the signing carries additional symbolism lets you know perfectly honest simon wiesenthal center is a jewish institution with a capital j rabbi abraham cooper with the center says this is a turning point we've been waiting for a moderate voice this the forward in unequivocal terms it's cooper's as the king of bahrain worked with faith leaders from around the world to create this declaration at the museum of tolerance kris ankarlo kfi news police are investigating the deaths of.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Block or watching very very carefully the signing ceremony will be tonight at the beverly wilshire hotel the king of bahrain created the declaration after working with the leaders of the world's major religions a barricade situation in downtown la involving a person who attacked a man with a sword is now over police say they believe the person was holed up in the house but that turned out to be bogus metro says blue line service which had been interrupted in the area is starting back up a family in carson has pleaded for help finding the man who killed a us navy veteran the eighty five year old korean war vet was beaten and robbed his widow lucy he hernandez says she hopes so twenty five thousand dollar reward will lead to tips this could be your family standing up here instead of us help us steven hernandez says his dad had been out for a walk in late may just a couple of blocks from home follow lived you're almost sixty years and he felt very safe to walk these streets and someone took that from him in us in carson antara mullin back kfi news the international olympic committee has made it official los angeles is going to host the 2024 summer olympics paris france will be hosting the 2024 games la had been going for that until it changed course la last hosted the summer olympic in nineteen eightyfour governor browde is expected to sign a heavily revised version of a sanctuary state bill brown negotiated for leeway so local police can interact with the feds even on immigration issues the bill's author state senator kevin daley own has promised it would cut off virtually all cooperation now sb 54 allows police to hold people wanted for deportation allows ice agents to visit local jails and allow sharing of criminal records he says it still provides lend mike landmark protections for undocumented residence a second driver has been arrested in connection with.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twenty five thousand dollar reward will lead to tips this could be your family standing up here instead of us help us steven hernandez says his dad had been out for a walk in late may just a couple of blocks from home former lived or almost sixty years and he felt very safe to walk these streets and someone took that from him in us in carson antara moment back kfi news the international olympic committee has made it official los angeles is going to host the 2024 summer olympics paris france will be hosting the 2024 games la had been going for that until a changed course la last hosted the summer mm picks in nineteen eightyfour governor brown is expected to sign a heavily revised version of a sanctuary state bill brown negotiated for leeway so local police can interact with the feds even on immigration issues the bill's author state senator kevin daily own has promised it would cut off virtually all cooperation now sb 54 allows police to hold people wanna for deportation allows ice agents to visit local jails and allow sharing of criminal records he says it's still provides lend mike per landmark protections for undocumented residence a second driver has been arrested in connection with a hit and run crash in van is that killed a woman on a bicycle the first arrests happened a day after the crash another by salute by slip another person on a bike has been killed in a hit and run in fountain valley police sergeant don farmer says the driver hit the beykal bicyclists on brooke hurst around one a m ricky rubio vehicle memories for more too early marketing arm news model ford muster britain color police say the car they're looking for most likely has major damage to the hood and tailgate a man considered of a person of interest in the suspicious death of a woman in whittier has been arrested he was found last night hours after the woman's body was found officer john scoggins says they were called to the home yesterday about a person hurt officers arrived on scene found an unresponsive female and immediately pronounce for deceased at the scene police have not set ha said how the woman died traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash in.

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"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The man who killed a us navy veteran the eighty six year old korean war vet was beaten and robbed his widow lucy hernandez says she hopes at twenty five thousand dollar reward will lead to tips this could be your family standing up here instead of us helpless steven hernandez says his dad had been out for a walk in late may just a couple of blocks from home follow lived you're almost sixty years and he felt very safe to walk the streets and someone took that from him in us in carson andrew mullin back kfi news the los angeles convention center says it it had a record economic impact of seven hundred eighty one million dollars on the city during the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen fiscal year officials say four hundred seventy eight million of it was directly spent by people who had gone to conventions at the venue a second driver has been arrested in connection with a hit and run crash in van nuys that killed a woman on a bicycle the woman was riding against traffic unsupported a unsupported a boulevard last week when one driver made a right turn in hitters the driver took off and the woman was then hit by a second driver who also kept going the second driver was arrested this morning the first was arrested a day after the crash a man considered a person of interest in these suspicious death of a woman in whittier has been arrested he was found last night hours after the woman's body was found officer john scoggins says they were called to a home yesterday about a person hurt officers arrived on scene and found an unresponsive female and immediately pronounced her deceased at the scene police have not said how the woman has died governor brown is expected to sign a socalled sanctuary state bill with loosened restrictions on police cooperation with immigration agents the bill's author state senator kevin dili own says even though his initial plan of a nearcomplete wall between local officers and federal agents has been diluted the language still provides what he calls landmark protections for california's undocumented residence governor brown pushed for changes that will now allow ice agents into local jails provide for sharing of criminal records and will enable police to hold people wanted for deportation who have violent records brown says the bill protect public safety and the people who.

lucy hernandez steven hernandez los angeles convention center van nuys john scoggins governor brown senator kevin dili california us korean war carson andrew mullin fiscal year whittier officer seven hundred eighty one milli twenty five thousand dollar eighty six year sixty years
"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"steven hernandez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The man who killed a us navy veteran the eighty six year old korean war vet was beaten and robbed his widow lucy hernandez says she hopes at twenty five thousand dollar reward will lead to tips this could be your family standing up here instead of us helpless steven hernandez says his dad had been out for a walk in late may just a couple of blocks from home follow lived you're almost sixty years and he felt very safe to walk the streets and someone took that from him in us in carson antara mullin back kfi news the los angeles convention center says it it had a record economic impact of seven hundred eighty one million dollars on the city during the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen fiscal year officials say four hundred seventy eight million of it was directly spent by people who had gone to conventions at the venue a second driver has been arrested in connection with a hit and run crash in van nuys that killed a woman on a bicycle the woman was writing against traffic on support unsupported a boulevard last week when one driver made a right turn and hitters the driver took off and the woman was then hit by a second driver who also kept going the second driver was arrested this morning the first was arrested a day after the crash a man considered a person of interest in the suspicious death of a woman in whittier has been arrested he was found last night hours after the woman's body was found officer john scoggins says they were called to a home yesterday about a person hurt officers arrived on scene found and unresponsive female and immediately pronounced her to cease at the scene police have not said how the woman has died governor brown is expected to sign a socalled sanctuary state bill with loosened restrictions on police cooperation with immigration agents the bill's author state senator kevin dili own says even though his initial plan of a nearcomplete wall between local officers in federal agents has been diluted the language still provides what he calls landmark protections for california's undocumented residents governor brown pushed for changes that will now allow ice agents into local jails provide for sharing of criminal records and will enable police to hold people wanted for deportation who have violet records brown says the bill protect public safety and the people who.

lucy hernandez steven hernandez los angeles convention center van nuys john scoggins governor brown senator kevin dili california us korean war fiscal year whittier officer seven hundred eighty one milli twenty five thousand dollar eighty six year sixty years