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Los Angeles fire agencies battle at least four fires on Tuesday
"Another hot day with fire agencies on standby on Maryland Haidar there were at least four fires Tuesday cal fire captain Isaac Sanchez telling reporting partner ten news the fuel moisture still real high and that's what's primarily keeping the fire small along with the aggressive initial attack at least one fire in Clermont was believed to have started in a homeless camp a fire on camp Pendleton has burned more than three thousand acres and a sixty five percent contained a fire south of the border burned about two acres and another fire south of alpine was caused by somebody using a long more
Wildfire outside Santa Barbara, California, threatens homes, causes evacuations
"A wind driven wildfire in Santa Barbara is going grown to more than three thousand acres overnight and is threatening homes near galena we have no reports of any structures damaged or destroyed by the fire right now that Santa Barbara county fire captain Daniel bird at Charlie he told Katie S. B. Y. TV that the weather conditions of put firefighters in a defensive situation whenever you have a fire is being pushed by a forty or fifty mile an hour wind you can't keep up with it you can't control it so what you have to do is you have to get out in front of it and you you you are based on your operations off your priorities which is always gonna be like safety first we want to get evacuations and we want to get people out of the area forecasts call for wind gusts up to seventy miles an hour in the area today mandatory evacuation orders are in place for a number of areas including from pain to cave to Camino cielo and also north of cathedral oaks between highway one fifty four in Paterson Avenue the red cross is set up an evacuation center and the goal leader valley community center the fire has shut
Could Maggots End World Hunger?
"Are that you like me have spent the better part of your sentient life assuming that maggots are gross and a lot of them are due to their intolerable habit of eating rotting flesh and feces but have you considered that maggots might be what saves saves you all of us in the end. Not maggots are created equal of course no one. That's going to save you is not the flesh-eating screw were Maggot of the Florida keys. He's not the larva that Invest Sardinia's infamous end legal delicacy Casa Mars Zoo or mega cheese. There's only one maggot currently known to science that that could possibly save humanity and that's the larva of the black soldier fly and they're still kinda gross thousands of them will feast on a single food source at once creating reading a writhing living fountain of Maggots but sometimes you just have to set aside discussed in the interest of survival. It's arriving Living Fountain of Beneficent Earth Saving Leaving Maggots Common in much of the Western Hemisphere and Australia. You may not have remembered noticing a black soldier fly before the adults are about one inch long around two and a half centimeters and can be mistaken for wasps. Only they're extremely slow and lack a stinger they often issue flight and spend their fourteen days or so of adulthood Mosey around on the ground but what black soldier flies look like as adults hardly matters as they spend very little time in their grown up bodies in fact thus have no mouth parts or digestive organs because once they become flies it's sort of a hit it and quit situation they can meet within a couple of days of hatching and they don't live if more than a week or two after that so it's the larva that have sustainability researchers salivating literally if their plans come to fruition we will all be eating black soldier fly larva which are referred to as BS. NFL in the Biz this is because BS NFL contain about forty three percent protein in addition to who some calcium and amino acids which is astronomical compared to every other plant and animal based food on the planet and they taste like peanuts or Fritos depending on who you ask according to a two thousand thirteen United Nations report insects already made up parts of the diets around two billion people worldwide and as Earth's human population grows meat like beef and chicken will be a protein option for fewer and fewer people it only takes one acre of BS NFL to grow the same amount of protein S. three thousand acres of cattle or one hundred thirty acres of soybeans. The larger themselves can be dried and turned into flour pressed for their oils or roasted and sprinkled over over a salad for a little extra crunch. The Sky's the limit with these little buddies not only that BS F l make great trash processors. They're capable of eating a wide variety of organic waste nearly anything you can throw at them from food scraps and rotting carcasses to poop and toxic algae although they reportedly had a difficult time managing in hair bones and pineapple rhines so farming with them would leave us with a smaller carbon footprint and a whole lot of compost a group of researchers at Texas am and has even figured out how to put. Bs fell to sleep for long periods of time and then wake them up when it's time to put them to work eating waste a few different companies. These are currently trying to make this BS F. L. being happen but can we get over a revulsion in the interest of survival. Keep
"three thousand acres" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"<music> welcome to the monitor daily podcast. It's monday august twelfth. Thanks for joining us. I'm klay colin and i'm sarah matuzek. Last thursday's report from the u._n.'s intergovernmental panel on climate change did more north layout the sobering scope of desertification and land degradation and the implications for feeding the world it also hinted at hope the good news is is that there's ample room for mitigation michelman professor of atmospheric science at penn state told c._n._n. One key p._c. Another say coaxing more productivity from land technological innovation will help both consumer and land use practices will need to shift worldwide. What about local action last i fall the camp fire burned more than one hundred fifty three thousand acres in northern california and erased the town of paradise. Most of its population remains displaced but as martin coups reported in may some residents emerged with renewed purpose and more recently ecosystem restoration there has become hands-on is on in pockets reports. Yes magazine. Residents are trying permaculture in its fullest form. That's an approach where native crops and animals are position to help one another thrive this self sustaining soil enriching cycle that results can dramatically boost per acre crop yields welcome. Oh come to the experiment. Matthew trim founder of the campfire restoration project tells those who have turned up to help him and already taking root in parts of paradise a constructive outlook to pass along because you're bringing the next generation into thinking about this stuff said mr trump your healing that next generation and now to our five stories including a look at u._s. guns in mexico a risky repositioning in the mideast new perspective perspective on guatemala how woodstock still reverberates and what's up with five g. r. I story security is a two way street. The cross-border movement of migrants gets more media attention in large part because of its direction. We asked our reporters to look at reactions to outbound traffic in u._s. Originating guns american guns spot from vendors in the u._s. and then smuggled illegally wrigley abroad or a fact of life across the americas but the mass shootings in el paso texas in dayton ohio this month have emboldened foreign foreign stances against lax u._s. gun laws and shifted conversations about what that means for crime and safety north and south of the u._s. border..
Firefighters reflect on deadly NorCal Camp Fire after blaze fully contained
"Fifty three thousand acres and destroyed nearly fourteen thousand homes in San Francisco more than two thousand Marriott hotel union employees remain on strike as the two sides are expected to get back to negotiations later this week they've been on strike since early October. They could not come to an agreement before the thanksgiving holiday says unite here local to spokeswoman Rachel comfort. We need to have very significant raises to make up to the fact that the cost of living here has spiraled out of control. We need to have our healthcare continued at the rate. The Marriott has said the workers are well compensated, the hotel chain reached settlements with striking union workers in San Jose. And Oakland earlier this month, I'm Brian watt. Hedy news.
Multistate listeria outbreak prompts recall of Vietnamese pork rolls
"Listeria outbreak in several states has been traced back to Houston. Manufacturers. Vietnamese ready to eat pork products, the US center for disease control says that long Fung products here in Houston is recalling food items that were shipped nationwide as of last Tuesday at least four people have been hospitalized after eating long funds and Toby marinated, pork Patty roles, if you have any of those pork products dispose of them and disinfect refrigerator or freezer space, if the has been touched by any of those food products Cal fire says the camp fire now one hundred percent contained another body found in the wildfire aftermath bringing the known death toll to eighty five at one hundred fifty three thousand. Acres. The campfire is the most destructive in California history. It burned down thirteen thousand residences five hundred and fourteen commercial buildings in forty two hundred buildings of other kinds at ten o'clock today. Houston police chief art Escobedo and other members of HP D will announce the kickoff of the police departments thirty third annual Kameda food drive to feed those in need during the holiday season. The police department. The Houston city police academy alumni association, fiesta mart and Pepsi will. Again, join together to sponsor that Dr. KTAR news time one oh three. The CIA is conclude that Saudi Arabian crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman did order the killing of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi, Tuesday, President Trump challenge, the is conclusion and continued to support the crown prince Republican Senator Ben Sassi has weighed in on the situation making a realist cases at different thing that being so weak that we failed to tell the truth and the S at murdered something contributed to murdering somebody abroad, and it is not strength to sort of mumble pass that strength is telling the truth, even when it's hard and that report from ABC news. Ralph breaks the internet. This weekend's top film in the United States and Canada and fifty six million dollars coming in second was created to. Starring Sylvester Stallone, Michael Jordan and dolph Lundgren and rounding it out where Dr Seuss's grant, fantastic beasts and bohemian rhapsody news on demand at Kate. Tear each dot com. Our next update at one thirty breaking information as it happens. John Wesley Downey NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Venus your style
California wildfires victims' families urged to give DNA
"At least eighty four deaths from the northern California fire over one hundred fifty three thousand acres burned early fourteen thousand homes destroyed over five hundred commercial buildings burned down and over four thousand other buildings destroyed. President Trump tweets that migrants who reach the US Mexican border will be kept out of the US. And while their asylum claims are considered by US courts, you'll stay in Mexico. Mexico's incoming interior minister says contrary to a Washington Post report, there's no agreement with the US to keep the asylum seekers in Mexico.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KCRW
"The president was joined at the ceremony by nine World War Two veterans Trump had faced criticism during this trip for cancelling a visit to a different American cemetery on Saturday. The White House said whether in logistical issues prevent. Trump from attending that event. Aisha Roscoe NPR news surrend, France. And you're listening to NPR news from Washington and southern California. You're listening to KCRW public radio. I'm Benjamin Gottlieb live in our newsroom with this update as we continue to bring you breaking news. Breaking news coverage of these to southern California, wildfires, the Wolsey fire is now at eighty three thousand acres. Just ten percent containment. We have reports of more than one hundred and seventy homes that have been destroyed and officials say that number is expected to rise. Another fifty thousand homes are threatened to bodies have been discovered in the fire zone. It is not clear if their deaths are related to the fire, but again two people two bodies found in the fire zone. And currently thirty two hundred firefighters fighting that blaze the Wolsey fire elsewhere to the west and to the north Willamette the hill fire in Ventura County. It's holding relatively steady at about forty five hundred acres containment is way up in comparison to the Wolsey fire. It's at seventy percent this one, but crews do not expect to have it fully surrounded. Until Thursday, and the most destructive and the most deadly fire the campfire in northern California. It's about one hundred eighty miles north of San Francisco all untold toll right now. One hundred and ten thousand acres burned containment is just that twenty five percents, and the most striking number is a couple dozen at least a couple dozen people have been killed and another one hundred or so may be missing we'll continue to bring you updates on these stories throughout the day. Also, a news power equipment operated by the southern California. Edison company utility near seamy valley shut off two minutes before the Wolsey fire was first reported as John sepulveda's from our partners at cake reports that disturbance raises some questions about the start of the fire Southern California, Edison, quips key pieces of electrical infrastructure with sensors and relays and when the sensor picks up at disturbance, it sends a signal to the relay to shut the power off. According to a report, Southern California Edison filed with the California Public utilities commission. That's what happened two minutes before the Woolsey fire was reported. The disturbance occurred in the same area, the Woolsey fire started Southern California Edison, spokeswoman says they have not yet inspected the area Ventura County. Fire officials say they have not determined the cause of the fire, and it's way too early to say if the disturbance played a role utilities have come under scrutiny in the wake of several destructive wildfires that have ravaged the state in recent years. So Cal Edison equipment was responsible for at least one ignition point for the massive Thomas fire a year ago company officials told the CPU see out of quote, an abundance of caution could be more than a year before investigators released their findings on the Woolsey fire for KCRW news. I'm John Sepulvado. And just an update on some of those evacuation orders. Mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for a wide area, including Malibu Malibu oak park and bell canyon as well as parts of Thousand Oaks west hills. Also, some breaking news at this hour new mandatory evacuation order east of lost post road and south of. Potrero road to highway one and the county line. This is according to the Ventura County fire public information officer support for NPR comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of public radio. I'm Benjamin godly this KCRW. And now time for music with Anthony nowadays base Benjamin man, thanks for these updates. I've been listening, and it's pretty crazy. What's happening? And you know, we we've been getting a lot of feedback on Twitter and social media minute phone calls. So you know, you're going to stick around. Right. Absolutely awesome. Okay. Once again, it's Anthony valid is hanging out with you on this Sunday afternoon. We've got lots of music to get to in addition to those updates plus a ticket giveaway to catch. The L A moth story slam that's going to be taking place at Busby's east. Should be a great event. Sick around more music more updates, and let's get to music right here from James Brown. It's KCRW..
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The officers charged them armed with a knife and an officer involved shooting occurred. He died at the hospital. His sister is expected to be okay. The fire burning in the Cleveland national forest in orange and riverside counties is now ninety. Two percent contained. The fire has burned nearly twenty three thousand acres. The fire started August sixth in holy, Jim canyon. All evacuation orders have been lifted twelve cabins in Orange County and six homes in Riverside County have been destroyed. The fire is expected to be fully contained by Tuesday, former intelligence director. James Clapper says, former CIA director, John Brennan security clearance was yanked because he spoke out against President Trump. I think it is. I think male John is sort of like a freight train and he's gonna say, what's on his mind. Letter has been signed by sixty former Intel officials who argue the country will be weakened if a political litmus test is or determines rather who can keep their clearances. The president's national security adviser. John Bolton is thinking about reviewing the policy, allowing former government officials to keep their. Security clearances Bolton says Trump's decision to revoke Brennan security clearance was a decision up, to the president intelligence officials career intelligence officials who come out of. The government to keep that. Wall of separation between intelligence and policy. And I don't think Brennan has followed Bolton several senators took issues with Brennan's behavior since. He left the. CIA officials say they have found the body of. A man who is believed to be, missing LA. County fire captain Wayne HALE the body was found your hails car which is found yesterday in Santa Barbara county. Police say they believe able left his home in Newhall, Monday morning he. Was supposedly going, to a gym, for a workout his wife was reportedly told or reportedly told authorities her. Husband had been battling. Depression authorities say the body was found around six last night near hot springs trail, in montecito a great. White shark has taken a bite out of a man at a beach on Cape Cod the beach now closed indefinitely the sixty one year old was bitten thirty yards. Off the Massachusetts coast Wednesday. You suffer deep puncture wounds in his legs, and torso and was flown to a Hostile in Boston. Yesterday his condition was upgraded. From serious to fair an organization and current county has dedicated itself to saving. Dogs to save people we rescue the rescue dogs that are burn shot stabbed hung Anything you can imagine we've. Rescued and you really use rescue dogs to help rescue people Marley's nuts founders ExCo says he was one of those. People he says he was a suicidal, drug addict and rescue dogs helped save. His life so he founded Marley's and rescues, dogs and other pets from high kill shelters and. Trains them to be. Therapy animals the organization has programs for vets students cancer patients Addison inmates in, California state prisons he, set up Marley's Matzen Kern county but, it's now getting donations from. Around the world Amy king KFI news the longest active high school football winning streak has come to an end Kimberly high school in Wisconsin lost, thirty, one twenty eight Friday nights tapping their seventy game streak it was the. School's first loss since two thousand twelve state quarterfinal the. Longest all time streak belongs to de LA Salle high school in concord California which one one.
Judge orders psychiatric evaluations for Holy Fire suspect
"News an Orange County judge suspended today's court hearing for the man accused of setting the twenty three thousand acre holy fire in the Cleveland. National forest due to doubts about his mental competency forest Gordon Clark made. Several outbursts during, this morning's proceedings in Santa, Ana so, judge Kimberly Menander ordered him to undergo a pair of mental health evaluations. Which will, be conducted by doctors chosen by. The prosecution and. The defense and another. Hearings been scheduled proc Tober tenth
Inducing labour at 39 weeks leads to fewer emergency Caesareans
"To gain more control over the two, fires forming the. Mendocino complex buyer. Be larger of the two blazes is the ranch fire which is burned over two, hundred fifty three thousand acres it's now forty six percent contained the river. Fires, over eighty percent contained even with containment going up though fire crews may not have it completely contained until September New York congressman Chris Collins is promising to fight charges of insider trading charges that have been levied against me are meritless. And I will mount a vigorous defense in, court to clear my name Collins pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges related to share so, an Australian, biotech company, in. A statement Collins said he'd lost millions when the company's, multiple sclerosis drug didn't perform, well in testing. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The largest number of units at risk Exotic includes apartment buildings Individual apartments And in the, northern counties the risk is higher because the homes are dispersed at the edge of. Wildland area there's homes mixed into the wildland, urban interfaces what they, call it that is the border between the edge of the city and the edge of the wildland And you're you're you're putting yourself in the middle of a huge amount of fuel Which we'll get consumed if there's one stray spark and now I'm reading that the story for the reading fire. Was that remember was from a car and they said it, was about, functioned, car maybe a guy started the car and a pile of brush Well then it turns out this this this vehicle blew out its tires and. Was riding on the rims and the rims threw off sparks You see that you're in. A car chase sometimes when the police lay down. A spike strip. And the tires get blown and. Then you see the. Car still goes, the, crazy guy still driving sparks, are, flying everywhere it's not often you see that in real life I've. Never seen it I don't think With my own eyes in real life. But I've seen it on TV with car. Chases well this this guy up in northern California had a situation where he, blew out his tires riding on the rims. Sparks you're flying and one of those sparks started. This reading fire. And again it's two hundred and. Two hundred and seventy. Three thousand acres.
Massive wildfire rages after becoming largest in California's history
"Battle what is now the largest wildfire in California's state. History also coming up more. About the cave creek. Man who died after jumping, out of a freezer in a Manhattan restaurant and. Attacking a worker and. Now they're top story here's Jayme west horrific start to California's wildfire season which is now delivered. The largest fire in state history are, wildfire expert KTAR Jim cross is live with the. Latest Jamie right now eighteen large fires, burning in California fourteen thousand firefighters running around, the clock almost three hundred firefighters from Arizona over there. Overnight the Mendocino, complex. Fire. Exploded in size becoming the largest wildfire record in. California history two hundred eighty three thousand acres. Bigger than Los Angeles this is ABC woah Carl Thomas fire became, the largest fire in California's history that fire broke out in December and overnight the, Mendocino complex fire surpass that. Fire Keep in mind, we're still only in August now right now, there are more than a million and a half acres. Burning in fourteen, states. Most. Of it in the west nine of those fires but those are not threatening homes live in. The news center Jim cross KTAR news Thank you Jim at six. Thirty one and now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center here's detour Dan thank you, sir we did pick up a new freeway crash. Believe it or not it's not. On ice editing there's like three of them for over on the seventeenth we'll touch on in the second. The new just came in on the east side westbound US sixty west of alma school and it's off left up against that, median wall the other crashes on the seventeenth just referred to one of them just cleared, northbound seventeen north of sixteenth street that was out of there but, the other two remain northbound seventeen north. Of Dunlap and northbound seventeen near. Peoria. Both crashes off to the right surface streets be careful which ones you choose, the twenty seventh avenue is closed on your, this morning north and southbound for police investigation work. From Indian school to Campbell the half mile or north. Of there but it is in. Both directions thirty fifth and. Nineteenth avenues would come in handy van Buren west of nineteenth avenue a crash and grand avenue at Thunderbird equation and just want, to give you a. Heads up this is going to be the I ten frontage..
"three thousand acres" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Better Yesterday we told you that the Mendocino complex fire burning in north California. Was the fourth largest. In the state's history, what a difference twenty four hours make that was then that fire fires now the largest wildfire in California state history and you don't, have to go. Back it's not a record you wanna break obviously but you don't. Have to go back too far for the. Previous record was in December of last year in January of this year two month. Period two hundred eighty one thousand acres in Ventura and Santa Barbara. Counties that was the Thomas fire at last check spire combined form the Mendocino complex escorts more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres Largest of the fires is the ranch fire which is burned two hundred, thirty five thousand. Acres and his only twenty one percent contained there are more than. Fourteen thousand firefighters battling these wildfires across California. Right now international teams from Australia New Zealand are in California to lend a hand And, let's don't forget about the car fire which is burning farther south and has been since the twenty third day of July. That's currently the sixth worst fire in the state's history and has left more than one hundred sixty four thousand acres in shambles it is now up to forty seven percent contained, and they're still over one thousand families who no longer have homes to go back to speaking of homes remember that guy that wore number nine named Tony Parker who used to make his home here in San, Antonio played for the, San Antonio Spurs now as a member of garlic Calma said Hornets It's hard to keep track. Twenty-first-century Tony revelator and one of these statements in the letter is this I'm might not have even made it to the. League at all if pop had not decided to give me a second chance to make a first impression on him for share some of Tony's letter to the city of.
California wildfire becomes second largest in state history
"Rosa that has opened up some of just a small of slow down as. You approach the highway twelve intersection but it continues slow past. The twelve up to, college avenue and other than that no major incidents or. Accidents to report. At this time but check back we're going to have, another report at eight forty five and we'll see what's fresh then, Daniel Tracinda's now with your forecast Hot warm temperatures for this week today topping out at ninety five expected to. Get, hotter and. Certain inland areas seventy on the coast clear skies tonight low fifty four round ninety four tomorrow maybe just shy of that seventy, s on the coast temperatures this, morning in the fifties approaching sixty degrees in rohnert park fifty. Four Petaluma fifty four at sixty one in Guerneville fifty seven in Windsor and fifty six in Santa Rosa it is eight thirty eight at k SRO and let's go to the Mendocino complex fires now the. Second largest wildfire in state history just behind the Thomas fire. That happened down in, southern California last December and because there is only about. Eight thousand acres. Separating the two we have every reason to believe that, the Mendocino complex fire will become the largest foiled fire in cali- -fornia history the two fires have now destroyed over seven two hundred. Seventy three thousand acres that's the river and the ranch and the latest numbers this morning from Cal fire say there. Is a thirty percent total containment between the two fires and governor. Brown addressing the issue of the fire situation throughout California says it's not going to improve any time soon Trend new normal, and we've got to deal with in review Humanly financially and governmentally and yes, now the second largest fire in California history A Santa Rosa working alignment for PG any is dead twenty one. Year old Jerry is a yadda was killed in a vehicle accident on Saturday the utility. Says I was working, in rural Shasta county near the car fire restoring power when the accident happened a gofundme page set up. For to help his family has raised more than eighteen thousand dollars so far I bet that's gonna go up an investigation. Under way after a Sandra fell police officer shot a suspect with a knife it happened last night, about nine o'clock police cordoned off the streets in the area around Verde, street and they tried to talk the man down suspect went after the cops thirty minutes into the. Standoff prompting the officer to shoot officials say paramedics took the suspect. Marin, general he has potentially life threatening injuries Ed investigation that's more than a dozen arrests were made Sunday in Berkeley as alright demonstrators clashed with counter protesters in. The streets Mark Mayfield has more Police say, several, small fires were started and they confiscated things like rocks and hammers from protesters protest came just a day after another right wing rally in, Portland Oregon and a week ahead of the planned unite the right gathering in Washington, DC that, rally is, set to take place near the White House and it's being led by the same group behind last year's deadly chaos in Charlottesville Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio and. DMV expanding its hours once again and the. Several DMV offices around the state are going.
Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro's speech cut off, soldiers seen running
"With. Another deadly and destructive wildfire season the governor's asked for a federal disaster declaration to free up federal dollars for fire, victims, to rebuild and get food unemployment, benefits and mental health counseling assistance Brown toured. Fire damaged areas in reading today and also said California. Needs a statewide emergency alert system mandatory evacuations have been ordered for more than five thousand residents on the northeast shore of clear lake because of the one, hundred fifty. Three thousand acre Mendocino complex fire it's now the largest fire burning in the state and. Has destroyed eight homes and buildings the fire is thirty percent contained hot temperatures and low humidity are not helping firefighters gained control of that fire in north of San Francisco or up near reading where a fire that has destroyed more than a. Thousand homes continues to burn sheriff. Tom Cinco says the fires burned almost one, hundred thirty four thousand Acres but things are. Looking up a bit I'm glad to say that now the city of reading has all the areas opener has been repopulated we're working in some of those more difficult. Areas of the county to get people back in almost forty thousand people have been evacuated. From their homes since the fire started almost two weeks ago a nineteen year old student at Cal State Northridge has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting women on campus see San police chief and glavin says Davis Merano high may was arrested on. Campus yesterday I spent hours with. One of the victims of myself And a, parent and I know how incredibly excruciating it is Marino high may is a twenty seventeen graduate of Redlands high school he played soccer at c., son he allegedly committed multiple assaults between. April of twenty seventeen and last month a transmission of Venezuelan state TV has been mysteriously cut. Short. The station was showing President Nicolas Maduro giving a speech in the capital city of Caracas during a celebration for the national guards eighty first anniversary the president cut short his speech and hundreds of soldiers who had lined up in ranks scattered and started running then the transmission ended without explanation police in Portland Oregon have fired flash bang devices, into, a crowd and ordered protesters from a. Right, wing group in a self-described antifascist group.
US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a. Year after the worst mass shooting in US, history Las Vegas police have issued a final report on the investigation into a killing spree that left fifty, eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells us that police say after the, months long investigation. They still don't know why the shooter did it tar county sheriff Joe Lombardo release a final one hundred. Eighty three page report on the police investigation at a? Morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifest. Or even or. Not to answer questions the totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess. As to the motives of Stephen paddock, Lombardo called the shooter an, unremarkable man that he had never done anything. To draw law enforcement's attention until October first two thousand seventeen when he opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral, analysis unit will be releasing In its report by the end of the year Leila Fadel NPR. News the treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asian, security summit, this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot. Is urging countries, in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying. Knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant transaction, at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary, foreign exchange Bank urging Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled out, by the treasury. Department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging Countries to better enforce sanctions on. North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go to achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand workers to. Their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace in the first half of the year it was below that and below expectations. JJ can Eoghan is chief market, strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some. Expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at what came out. For the may in June reports they were both. Revised higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent. On, Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points this is NPR news From k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high federal fire officials say flames from the massive Ferguson. Fire have prompted, a, new mandatory evacuation for Yosemite valley this morning park officials say. The blaze which started weeks, ago in, the, Sierra national forest is burning near the Wattana area of Yosemite within, the park's western boundary park spokesman Scott get, him in the, fire has entered the park it is along the highway forty. One corridor along the road where the. Firefighters are doing the backfiring operations park officials shut off the won'the. Area and Yosemite valley to all visitors last week the. Ferguson fire has scorched more than seventy three thousand acres and it's. Forty one percent contained meanwhile a team from the national weather service and Cal, fire have begun investigating the. Large fire world or fire tornado that ripped through, a section of reading a. Week ago in the early stages. Of the car fire As KiKi weedy science editor Danielle vent. And tells us they've released some preliminary, findings winds were in excess of one hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control. Fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant on the scale used for tornadoes the, winds, were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline towers uproot. Trees and tear the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report but according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Me lead story Fires are still the. Fires. Range from very dangerous and concerning to completely out of control and what are the. Latest updates okay so the. One near reading that's the car. Fire one hundred twenty one, thousand acres one thousand. Fifty homes destroyed thirty percent contained the, two fires they're kind. Of twin fires Mendocino and lake. Counties those have destroyed at least fourteen homes ninety four thousand acres it's twenty four percent contained firefighters say that one of the fires at least. Looks like it's. Just gonna keep going into the Mendocino national forest then the Yosemite national park fire it is thirty. Nine percent contained sixty three thousand acres and it looks like, the fire near Idyllwild the evacuation orders the final ones should be lifted this morning at eight. O'clock but that one ended up, being thirteen thousand acres. And destroyed a dozen buildings including some. Home is that, the one, where, they, they are still confident That, they'll have full. Containment Monday. I, believe. So yeah and most of the evacuations will be lifted today and. This is the one that's. Blamed I'm not accused serial arsonists runs macula acres did you say the car fire was one hundred twenty one and that. Was. One thousand acre that's inconceivable and they'll have a new update probably a seven car. Fire was the seventh most. Destructive and now it's the sixth. I think it has moved, up may have moved. Up yeah and they oftentimes it on, eight both acreage and. The number of homes destroyed but. Those just keep going up and I was telling Michelle now that it's kind of moving up into trinity county you're gonna get a lot of. Sort of rural. Homes that are just dotted within those florists more a lot of fishing cabins and little things like. That that are going to start going man all right the, trader Joe's oh that's you again I'm sorry no no the trader Joe's in silver lake where. The shooting happened last weekend it's, going to reopen.
North Korea constructing new missiles despite agreement with US: Report
"I'm Lisa Carter President Trump says he's willing to meet with, Irani and leaders but they aren't interested after Trump pulled the US out of an international nuclear agreement with Iran and threatened the country with historic. Levels of, suffering Tehran says there's no chance of a. Meeting right now the first trial in the special counsel probe is set to. Kick off today jury selection scheduled to begin in the trial of former, Trump campaign chief Paul. Manafort in Virginia the president's former campaign chair is accused of hiding at least. Thirty million dollars he made before his days with Trump as an unregistered foreign lobbyists for Ukraine and his former. Pro Russian president we're told the prosecution plans to call, thirty five witnesses including agents from the treasury department and IRS to show how Manafort allegedly stashed his wealth and overseas banks to avoid, paying US, taxes NBC news correspondent Heidi Prisma of more than a dozen wildfires raging out of control in cali- The car fire, burning near reading northern, California has now scorched more than one hundred, and three, thousand, acres and is only twenty three percent contained is killed six people and burnt, more than eight hundred homes and hundreds of other buildings North Korea may be working on new missiles that could carry a nuclear warhead to the. US the, Washington Post reports that US intelligence agencies think. That one or two intercontinental ballistic missiles could be under construction at a factory. Where North Korea has previously made missiles that can reach the east coast, of the US the. US and North Korea are currently working on plan for the possibility of North. Korea getting rid of its nuclear weapons Matt cook reporting at officials with the San Antonio aquarium and taxes say, a trio of thieves stole a shark from touch pool, and smuggled it out of the aquarium in a stroller a spokeswoman for the aquarium says the suspect is in custody and that the, shark is, alive and well despite the traumatic experience you're listening.
Stephen Colbert addresses sexual misconduct allegations against Les Moonves
"People. Are disadvantaged they're picking locations where there, are large number of people. That live in poverty they're picking locations where there is already alcohol saturation in the area in that. Area has already had negative impacts alcohol. Fellow Council members. Jessica green Barbara Sexton, Smith and Barbara Shanklin also supporting similar demonstrations in their districts the Family Dollar corporate office releasing a statement saying, the chain is trying to provide customers with a convenient option. To purchase adult beverages while shopping for everyday needs election managers around. Louisville say they're doing all they can to make sure November's. Election is secure Noriega Budi with. The Jefferson County board of elections says they met with representatives of the department of. Homeland security they went over the entire process of handling ballot somehow the ballots are taken to the polls to how, the, votes are counted at the end of the day in Washington the president says he's not planning on trying to weaken. Russian sanctions sanctions on Russia will remain. As is at the White House Monday the president says those sanctions on the. Kremlin will remain the president has strongly rejected, criticism he wasn't tough enough on Vladimir Putin at their Helsinki summit he argues That no, president has, ever been tougher on Russia then he is in California more than a. Dozen wildfires continue to rage out of control the car fire near reading in northern California now scorching more than one hundred and three thousand acres there's only twenty. Three percent contained that, fire responsible for six deaths and more than eight hundred homes being burnt Stephen Colbert weighing in on the sexual misconduct allegations against his boss CBS president les Moonves this Matthew jokes about. My boss being in trouble and we're still broadcasting Stephen Colbert on last night's the late show beginning with a joke is he. Addressed the sexual misconduct allegations against CBS president, les Moonves says, but the rest was serious as coal bear spoke, for over three minutes including about how women are speaking out. Now after being ignored for decades so we shouldn't be surprised. That when the change comes it. Comes radically this war is just a natural backlash to all. That silence Bear also noted that. Moon Vaz's gave him his job and supports the show but even so accountability is meaningless unless it's for everybody whether it's the leader. Of a network or the leader of the free world. Christopher Watson ABC news repeating this hour's top story Al impede involved in an injury accident at seventh inhale potentially. Involving a pedestrian your next news update coming at.
Turkish court rejects appeal to end US pastor's house arrest
"Carter jury selection begins today in the. Trial of former Trump campaign chair. Paul metaphor in the Russia probe this had, been pushed back about a. Week but the day is today so we. Expect to see that in Virginia Paul Manafort will be having, his trial began on financial crimes not linked tacticians during his time working for the, Trump campaign, NBC news correspondent Halley Jackson meantime metaphor is set for a. Second criminal trial in Washington DC later this year President Trump says he would not rule. Out, meeting, with Iranian president Hassan well Honey talking. With reporters at the White House yesterday Trump said he. Wouldn't insist on preconditions for talks he also defended pulling the US out of the Iran nuclear cord, calling it a waste of paper. The largest wildfire burning in California the car fire continues to grow it scorched over, one hundred and three thousand acres and. It's only twenty three percent contained it's also the deadliest of the. Seventeen wildfires. Burning in the state the The car fire is claimed, six lives among those deaths are two firefighters and. A grandmother and two great grandchildren it's also, burned, over, eight, hundred. Homes in the, area as well as hundreds of other buildings Mark Mayfield reporting an. American pastor on house arrest in. Turkey is pushing for freedom Andrew brunson's lawyer, told Reuters Monday that Brunson. Is appealing to a Turkish courts release him. Lift his travel ban last week a Turkish court released Brunson, from jail and placed him on house arrest Branson has been jailed in Turkey for, nearly two, years for alleged terrorism and spying activity new survey finds that. American span an average of four hundred and fifty dollars on stuff each year while drunk. Rehab, facility, arch down recovery found that almost half. Of those surveyed said they'd about something while inebriated it's. No surprise that alcohol could have an impact on judgment about the best use of what's in your, Bank account the survey broken down. By what people were drinking at the time gender anchors send it to spend the, most well beer and whisky drinkers were. A bit more conservative you're listening to the latest from NBC News. Radio The best way to stimulate, your brain I'm not a conspiracy theorist my concern..
California wildfires kill eight, burn quarter-million acres
"News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield the California wildfires have claimed the lives of eight people the car. Fire burning in reading California has, killed. Six people including two firefighters it's currently the largest wildfire in the state has its consumed over one hundred and three thousand acres and it's only. Twenty three, percent contained the Ferguson fire near Yosemite national park has also claimed the lives of two firefighters that blazers burned through nearly fifty. Seven thousand acres the felony trial former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort starts Tuesday, in, Alexandria, Virginia Angela Anderson has more Manafort has pleaded not. Guilty to numerous, charges of Bank and, tax fraud and failure to file reports on foreign financial accounts special counsel Robert. Muller's team is prosecuting Manafort though the charges are not directly related to Russian. Interference for the two thousand sixteen, presidential election while. There is operating under, a broad mandate as special counsel in the. Russia probe meantime Manafort faces a second criminal trial in Washington DC later this year. Angela Anderson NBC News Radio North. Korea may be working, on new missiles that could carry a nuclear Warhead to the US the Washington. Post reports that US intelligence agencies think that. One or two intercontinental ballistic missiles could be under construction and a factory where North Korea has previously, made missiles that can reach the east coast of the US the. US and North Korea are currently working on plans for the possibility of North Korea getting rid of its nuclear weapons CBS is asking an outside. Agency to investigate alleged misconduct by, its. Employees last week the New Yorker published an article in which six women claim they were sexually harassed by CBS CEO Leslie moved this however these. CBS board, of directors did not mention moon-less directly in the investigation it did postpone the annual shareholder meeting that was scheduled for August the. Tenth shares have CBS stock were down six percent Friday and another five percent, on, Monday, and Canada Dry is being sued for the apparent. Lack of ginger, in their ginger ale, a federal lawsuit was filed in Buffalo New York claiming that candidate apparent coup.
Chief Paul Manafort, President and Trump discussed on Joe Pags
"Rancho, Cordova Sacramento Sacramento NBC News Radio I'm, Mark Mayfield wildfires are raging out, of control across, California the. Largest to seek car fire burning near reading, northern California it's scorched over one hundred three thousand acres and it's only twenty percent contained the car fire has also claimed. Six lives the felony, trial, of, former Trump campaign. Chief Paul Manafort starts Tuesday Alexandria Virginia Angela Anderson reports Manafort has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges a Bank and tax. Fraud and, failure to file reports on foreign financial accounts special counsel Robert Muller's team is prosecuting Manafort though the charges are not directly related. To Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election there is operating, under, a, broad mandate as special counsel in the Russia probe. Meantime Manafort faces, a second criminal trial, in Washington DC later this year. Angela Anderson NBC, News Radio and the Washington Post reports US spy agencies believe North Korea is still. Building missiles that could, deliver nuclear warheads to the US Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio President Trump, is, again Threatening a, government, shutdown over immigration. Terry more reports the president said he is, not drawing a red line but, after many many, years of. Talk within the United States I would have, no problem doing a shutdown you made the remarks during a White House news conference with Italy's prime minister I would certainly. Be willing to close, it, down, to get it. Done we need border security the president wants multiple billions of dollars for a massive border wall along with broader legislation boosting. Border security, and serious immigration reforms including a, merit based immigration policy Trump also noted that everything is negotiable in Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC. News Radio President Trump is remaining firm on the issue of Russian sanctions, at, the, White House on Monday Trump said US sanctions will remain on the, Kremlin as is Trump, has, strongly rejected criticism that he. Was not tough, enough on Russian President Vladimir Putin at their recent summit in Helsinki he often argues. That no president has, ever been tougher on ROY Russia than, he is Uber has. Decided not to develop self driving semi trucks anymore Brian shook. Has that story. The rideshare company said it will now focus its autonomous, vehicle technology solely, on cars Uber acquired the self-driving tech company, auto in two thousand sixteen sparking efforts to. Develop self driving trucks and the app Uber freight that's the smartphone app that. Links truck drivers to shippers the company says Hooper afraid is not impacted. By the decision to. Halt autonomous truck development in a statement the head of Uber advanced technologies group said the company believes having the entire teams energy, and skill focused on self driving cars is the best path forward Brian shook NBC. News Radio and, Mars is, the closest to the earth it's been in fifteen years we'll be just thirty five point eight million miles from, the red planet that's not much further than the two thousand three encounter Wennemars made its closest approach and sixty thousand years it should be visible to the south west throughout. The early morning Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The fire in reading has burned more than eighty three thousand acres and has killed five people and close to firefighters a seventy year. Old woman and her two great grandchildren Alex stone says about five hundred and thirty. Homes and other buildings have been destroyed the number of buildings they, think right now is around five hundred but they have no clue because there are so many neighborhoods that have been burned out that that is. Just a wild guess that they've got it may be a. Lot higher than that Alex stone says the weather has been hot dry and windy, nearly forty thousand people have been, evacuated the fire that started Monday but really exploded on Thursday is just five percent contained a teen in Palo Alto. Apparently really needed to get online the. Teen broke into a home in the middle of the night woke the sleeping couple inside. And ask them to use their wifi network the homeowner told police he shoved the seventeen year old. Down the hallway and out the. Front door then call the police the teens motive. For entering the home is unknown the couple said two kitchen, knives were missing from a kitchen drawer police arrested the team for residential burglary prowling and providing false information to an officer authorities believe the same teen stola bike from another. Backyard earlier in the month Julie's later KFI news more than thirty people have been. Killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western, India the times of Indian India says the bus carrying members of a university fell about five hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue. Teams are now reporting that one passenger survived Lives by jumping out of a window as the. Bus fell checking in with traffic now from the helpful socal Honda.
Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children
"Radio station If I am forty more stimulating talk is the dark secret replace Brian suits in here on till eleven o'clock, or new hours by. The way eight pm to eleven so please enjoy, coming up in, the next break a naval mystery the mystery of the missing, man March of. Nineteen forty two a man overboard mystery that has not been. Sold to this day drone wars the first commercially available drones that were. Weaponized happened, in Syria and Iraq and they they happen because the men of ISIS who don't have an air force did have money. And had access to European markets and. For that matter markets in Turkey and so commercial drones usually under about two hundred dollars were purchased in Turkey off the off the market Just, in toy stores or whatever in Turkey brought into Syria and then the the simple, engineering matter of adapting the usual HD camera hookup underneath the drone to do something as. Simple as release a grenade was actually fairly simple if you if you don't know how this works I've met a couple of drones with HD, cameras on them or. With mounts where you can mount a little gopro, camera on them, and the drone communicates by direct wifi to your to an, app on your. Smartphone where you can use the gopro camera or the built. In camera as a sort of a virtual piloting cockpit where you can. Put the, camera forward and you can fly the drone around as if you're sitting there on the drone but you're looking at the. App on your phone is actually a. Lot of fun and that's how they do those drawn races like in Balboa park and things like that Anyway some of these drones can carry You know up to Up to two and a, half or three pounds and some of. The really significant ones the ones that are used for actual filmmaking or commercial production can can wield up to. Seven or eight pounds and so what was done by ISIS in Syria was a simple matter of replacing the, camera mount, underneath with With some sort of mechanical release or in many cases leaving the camera and using that as guidance system and then, including a mechanical release because as you. Recall nothing happened in ISIS world unless they had video of it and so starting about five years ago you began seeing these pretty amazingly, cinematic HD drone shots of a drone undetected at about a thousand feet coming over a Syrian army position or an Iraqi army position and then it would lower in place it, would lower a couple of hundred feet. And when it seemed to be stable and the the cameras seemed fixed over one particular area like a bunch. Of fuel or munitions or whatever the the drawn would drop a adapted forty millimeter grenade that had a thin For instance like tissue paper role for a tail fin something. Really really crude but it oriented and. Stabilize the projectile in flight so it would generally fly straight down and it would blow up on impact and they did this for hundreds, of times before they finally got a success they finally got a spectacular success in the form of exploding Syrian ammo dump and It looked like they had mastered drone warfare and so they were immediately copied they. Were copied in Yemen by the who sees they were copied by. ISIS in Iraq They were copied by ISIS inspired terrorists and, Libya but the guys in Syria. Were the originators of it and really the masters of the craft so some of them Began putting stories up on YouTube or other other sort of dark, web or even, slightly light regular web read it and fortune. Started putting how to videos on how to modify common battlefield munitions like forty millimeter grenades into. An, aerial drop impact weapon and Furthermore how to modify commercially available drone something that could get off van Masan and shipped to Turkey or whatever into a killing machine now the the range of these drones generally is not really more than a mile that goes more than a. Mile than it's going off GPS at which, point you have to, know the precise location of where the bad guy is and then you you drop the munition. Well so this was Successful as a propaganda play. In Syria but really not much more it was an annoyance as the Iraqi army overran Mosul about a. Year ago, the guys. There in in, Mosul the ISIS guys they had several years to prepare for this they had an arsenal of hundreds of a cheap little drones the ones that you get, for less, than eighty bucks at target or you can get them on Alibaba Amazon and they had nothing but time to modify them and, also to teach, their man how to utilize them so the. Iraqis had a lot of men wounded a few even killed but it was really more of. An annoyance and anything else but it did produce some pretty spectacular video of for ISIS you got this video of Iraqi soldiers running around after the first one hit or when they heard overhead so anyway fast forward now in Israel the HAMAs terrorists have been using kites and, it cetera too Start. Forest fires have been using drones but these rarely authorities have, not been releasing this to. The media well the jig is up because now the Egyptians are seizing huge. Shipments of cheap drones at the HAMAs get Gaza, crossing point and so now Gaza have guys. In basements doing nothing but making drone bombs so the drone, is now the asymmetric weapon of the little guy the next step, of course is somebody in the US is, going to do this you know it because it's all over the web is easy to do and someone. Else's already redoing it so anyway that's your drone warfare update it's cheap. Is it effective it's goal is to terrorize so is it, effective yes it is is going to win a war no. All right when we come back in naval mystery from nineteen forty two the dark secret place continues right. After this, Brian in. Here to midnight, KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Michael should pay with News Firefighters working on a brush fire that broke out this afternoon in fallbrook near the Riverside County. Line it has grown to at least two hundred twenty five. Acres it was first reported at about three ten this. Afternoon Cal fire, says roughly one hundred homes off Sandia creek drive are being a. Vacuum, waited the fires forward progress has apparently been. Stopped at this. Point a fire in Idyllwild is now said to be twenty nine percent contained thirteen thousand acres have. Burned five homes have been lost to the, flames and the man charged with starting the fire near Idyllwild and eight others has been charged with more than a dozen counts of. Arson he pleaded not guilty yesterday is being held on bail of more than three million. Dollars the man was arrested Wednesday afternoon shortly after the Cranston fire started fire burning near reading in chasta county has grown to eighty three thousand. Acres it's five percent contained five people have been. Killed five hundred and fifty homes and buildings have been. Destroyed a fire shelter in Shasta College has reached full capacity as well the evacuation centers housing five hundred people GM of the colleges fill with. Cots and American Red Cross volunteers are providing food water and. Medical and mental health services Alex stone says more evacuation. Orders may be, coming as the fire still growing about thirty eight thousand people are. Evacuated, and that number could continue to rise the. Fire is heading. South there are a number of communities that could be evacuated as the flames had that way three. Other shelters are still taking back you lease, federal judge has praised and panned the Trump administration for its efforts to return children to their illegal immigrant parents who were separated at. The border a judge in San Diego said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying eighteen. Hundred kids with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four hundred children who. Are still separated because their parents were deported more. Deportations are on hold as the judge considers an ACL, you challenge more than thirty People. May have been killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western India. Times of India, says, the bus carrying members of an agricultural university fell about five hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue teams are reporting that one. Passenger survived by, jumping out a window as the buffs fell traffic from your helpful socal. Honda traffic center crashed in, the mid city area on the ten. That's right it's going to. Be on the ten east at Vermont avenue crash now blocking the middle lane traffic is. Going to be jammed all the way. Over to national boulevard if you're traveling in the lesion park area the one ten southbound side from stadium way to sunset the right lane is shut down. For the end of the dodgers game, traffic's gonna be slow back to academy road in industry sixty east from fairway, drive to brag canyon the two right lanes going to be shut down for Catherine's work until seven AM traffic slows back to new gal street some good news for you in.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Wait until Sunday for this sticky stuff, to snap he's hot and humid with a chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm tomorrow high Eighty-eight same deal for Saturday but the showers and, storms are. More likely tomorrow and. Then nice and clear and crisp air for Sunday sunny unless humid with high of eighty five. Degrees, seventy two right, now wildfire and Redding California shocked everybody yesterday with this explosive expansion and fast moving flames. The car fire moves so Swick swiftly that a private bulldozer operator hired to help fend off, flames was actually killed unfortunately three firefighters injured an unknown number of civilians were also injured with burns over two thousand residents near. Shasta they've had very little. Time to flee after being. Told to evacuate to get out of there at least. Fifteen structures are gone now and five more damaged as, the blaze marches towards a heavily populated area there in California C. a. r. car California, firefighters plan. On keeping the fire to the north of renting triple digit temperatures aren't helping making the battle of any blaze they're very very tough for the next. Few days in the meantime firefighters are slowly making some, progress in battling that, Ferguson fire. That's burning in the, steep terrain near the edge of Yosemite national park Cal fire says the blaze which started back on July, the thirteenth is charged over forty three thousand acres now and is twenty seven percent contained now that the semi valley in the areas there are, closed to. Visitors team of fire. Crews are working to set up a perimeter to protect the famous grove of giant sequoias there. And, the Cranston fire, believed to be the work of a suspected arsonist who's under arrest by the way there's. Only five percent contained at forty seven hundred acres being scorched there it's going to be a. Real somber weekend in Indianapolis that's understatement five members of an Indianapolis family that were killed in that Missouri duck boat tragedy being Laid to rest this weekend. The Coleman family including Angie max Butch Tony Ray Coleman will be honored at a Saturday service only two of, the eleven Coleman family members survived when that duck boat capsized and sank on table rock. Lake near Branson, Missouri last week yesterday to Arkansas victims, of the boat accident were laid. To rest fifteen-year-old Lance Smith and his father Fifty-three-year-old Stephen. Smith were. Honored in services in Arkansas a total of seventeen people died in that duck boat tragedy Yesterday was the formal deadline to reunite all families separated at the border who crossed here illegally FOX's Jessica Rosenthal vol says turns out hundreds of. Parents are not eligible Thursday, afternoon the government said they'd reunite all eligible families by yesterday many others though were. Ineligible just over seven hundred some because of criminal records but in most cases ice says parents. Opted not to take their kids with them one deported or they waved reunification the reason these parents are coming, here in. The first, place in pay. Smugglers five thousand six thousand ten thousand dollars to make that dangerous. Journey because, they want to, get their children. Here Matt, Albania is with ice but ACLU attorney legal earns. Has many parents didn't know they. Were signing a waiver there's gonna be a lot of work going forward the deported parents, to see what they want the ACLU wants to seven day waiting period for reunified families to decide if they wanna stay. And seek asylum Jessica Rosenthal Fox News six. Forty eight now attorney general Jeff Sessions is announced a new Immigration enforcement task force which has been dumped operation double trouble says the goal. Of the task force is to find a legal immigrants who are stealing the identities of US. Citizens and then claiming federal assistance this comes after Boston authorities arrested twenty-five undocumented immigrants and other individuals accused of, the fraudulent. Practice more, than half of. Those, arrested in Boston have criminal records including murder It's now six forty nine Michael Abernathy the attorney for stormy. Daniels he's been representing her and the effort to be freed from that one hundred and thirty. Thousand dollar harsh agreement that she signed just before the two thousand, sixteen election, over her alleged two thousand six sexual the counter with Donald. Trump well avenue Eddie said yesterday that he's now representing three other women who claim that. They were paid to shut up to keep quiet. Atty said that the women claimed that they were paid, hush money by a. m. i. entertainment they own National Enquirer by the way. Trump and his then attorney. Michael Cohen. And he didn't reveal what they were paid to keep quiet, but. He did say one of the women claims to have been, pregnant at the time so avenue Nettie has picked up, some new clients it's now. Six fifty NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM with traffic and weather on Potenza steamy out there from the courtesy Hyundai drive courtesy dot com traffic. Center John hamlet.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News I'm Todd at efforts are underway to gain some containment around a quickly, growing wildfire near, I'll wild. California several hours east, of, LA firefighters say was set by an arsonist and the height of a, heatwave on Wednesday a thirty two. Year old man now in custody on arson charges ABC's Alec stone is in southern California today will be a. Tough, firefight yet, again it's. Hot it's dry there's a lot of active fire in the hills around Idyllwild a mountain town that is under. Mandatory evacuation. Orders right now the flames have been raging firefighters are hoping with the heat wave winding down that they'll be able to gain. Some containment today, Cal fire reporting five homes have been destroyed more than three thousand acres burn the Associated Press reports that photos posted on Twitter showed a large amount of smoke outside the US, embassy in Beijing and what appeared to be police vehicles surrounding the building, in northeastern, Beijing Thursday afternoon Democrats on Capitol Hill Wednesday demanded to hear what secretary of state Mike Pompeo knows about what went on behind closed doors in Helsinki between President Trump, and Putin Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico as to particular about the president's business interests and international hotel properties and possible connections to Russian investors no but where were, you Were you were you tasked, with that she gave us. A list of talk about American foreign policy today I have attempted, to articulate president troll all of business interests are entwined. Sir with our foreign policy secretary, Pompeo acknowledged that he knows the content of the leaders discussions but wouldn't say of the president's financial dealings came up United, States in. The European Union have agreed to work towards zero tariffs and zero subsidies, on, goods that, do not fall into. The category of automobile says President, Trump we will also work to reduce barriers. And increased trade in services chemicals pharmaceuticals medical products as well as soybeans soy beans is a big deal President Trump outside the White House on Wednesday. You're. Listening.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Efforts are underway to gain some containment around a quickly, growing wildfire near, I'll wild California several hours east. Of LA firefighters say it was set by an arsonist and the height of a, heatwave on Wednesday a thirty. Year old man now in custody on arson charges ABC's Alec stone is in southern California today will be a. Tough, firefight yet, again it's. Hot it's dry there's a lot of active fire in the hills around Idyllwild a mountain town that is under. Mandatory evacuation. Orders right now the flames. Have been raging firefighters are hoping with the heat wave winding, down the Bill be able to gain. Some containment today, Cal fire reporting five homes have been destroyed more than three thousand acres burn the Associated Press reports that photos posted on Twitter showed a large amount of smoke outside the US, embassy in Beijing and what appeared to be police vehicles surrounding the building, in northeastern, Beijing Thursday afternoon Democrats, on, Capitol Hill Wednesday demanding to hear what. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo knows about what went on behind closed doors in Helsinki between President Trump and Putin Senator Tommy Udall of New Mexico asked to particular about the president's business interests and international hotel properties and possible connections to. Russian investors Were you were you, tasked with that she gave us, a list here to talk. About American foreign policy today I've attempted to articulate President Trump, all of business interests are entwined sir with our foreign policy secretary Pompeo acknowledged that he knows the content of elitist discussions but wouldn't say if the president's financial dealings came up United States and the European Union, have agreed. To work towards zero tariffs and zero subsidies on goods that do not, fall, into the, category of automobile says. President Trump we will also work, to reduce barriers and increased trade in services. Chemicals pharmaceuticals medical products as well as soybeans soy beans is a big deal President Trump outside the White House on Wednesday you're listening to ABC news McDonald's.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Three thousand acres burned in an arson arrests, made Wednesday night thirty two, year old Brandon McGee lover in custody accused of setting multiple fires and that quickly growing Cranston fire the Associated Press reports that photos posted on Twitter showed a large amount of, smoke outside the US embassy in Beijing and what appeared to be police, vehicles surrounding, the building in northeastern Beijing Thursday afternoon, the ruling communist, party newspaper global times said police quote took away a woman spraying gasoline on. Herself in a suspected attempt at self immolation tensions between the US and The European Union over, a possible automotive trade war have eased with officials agreeing to hold off, on new, tariffs and instead engage in talks to, break down trade, barriers on Wall Street Wednesday major indexes jumped following a report about the US. Agreeing to work with the u EU on trade disputes this is ABC news With the updated. Overnight forecast I'm teeth meteorologist j Cardoza here wwl k y at. A couple of isolated showers earlier this evening otherwise for the rest. Of the overnight looks pretty nice out there partly cloudy skies will settle back to. Seventy one warm sunshine in store for tomorrow some clouds, will tend to increase later. In the day your high close to ninety there could be a few, isolated showers even a rumble. Of thunder later Thursday, night into Friday morning otherwise by Friday afternoon it's going to be beautiful sunshine. Returns and less humid air hive. Eighty five that's your w k y forecast I'm meteorologist j courtesy of the Samsung galaxy.
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"And good morning on a, Tuesday, July the twenty four Handle here and the morning crew some the big stories that we're covering and our trending wildfires as, you would think with this heat wave. All over California it's big time fire season in. Yosemite the Ferguson fire is over thirty three thousand acres that's the. Big one and a horrible story out. Of Greece fifty people have already died in the. World worst wildfires to hit Greece more than a decade so. We've got plenty more to see plenty more to cover all right The latest in Donald Trump land. Happens to involve revoking the security clearances for former. Officials that are critical of President Trump truly over the issue. In Russia And he obviously does not like criticism. He fights back. A matter of fact later. On in. The actually. The next segment we'll talk about how Trump when he walks back doesn't really walk back in any case this is unprecedented White. House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says that the president. Is looking to take away the clearances of half a dozen former senior national security and intelligence officials Well let me give you their names I, former CIA director John Brennan who nailed President Trump called him treasonous which is way way. Over the line former FBI director James Comey? Komo's, already lost his clearance Michael Hayden. Former CIA director national security adviser Susan Rice remember her former. Director of national intelligence James Clapper who also, is hugely anti-trump matter of fact I wrote a, book and I think we interviewed him. Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe who was fired by the way Komi McCabe no, longer have their security clearances and why is this such a big deal. Well first of. All it is unprecedented the. President does. Have the. Power to take away security clearances he has the power to grant security clearances even for, people who should not have security clearances Is And he can take them away what he gives us he taken take. Away I think that's actually in the, statute but here's wise important for these people to keep their security. Clearances you would think, that, okay they're. Done they're. Finished security clearance is no longer necessary or valuable. Dough. Absolutely that's not true unless someone leaves office and never has anything to do with the government again and not talking about a position with the. Government I'm talking, about for, example former a former CIA. Director let me give you an. Example. Okay former CIA CIA director is contacted by the, curtains, curtains, curtains Cur- current CIA director as to something that is going on in the world and wanted to know how did you handle it or what was the information you had or how where did you get Get that information who's involved who in government on the other side still has connections well without the clearance the former director can't even be contacted so his expertise or her expertise can't be used Nothing can be. Shared see there are practical reasons for these former intelligence officials to keep their security clearance and the way that. It's, being done now, is not for any reason other than. Just a personal vendetta there is no other reason You attack me I attack. You twice I hit. You, back twice as hard and the president where he does have power uses it for example the legislators who are attacking him hitting him strong there's not much you can do about it. Other than tweet about it But when it comes to people that work for the. Government that, had these security clearances he can do something about. It and he did so what's the rationale well Sarah Huckabee Sanders said And I'm going to quote the president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security clearances because they politicized and. In some cases monetize talking about the individuals monetize their public service and security clearances making baseless accusations of improper conduct. With Russia were being influenced. By Russia against the president is extremely inappropriate and the fact that people with security clearances are making these baseless charges provides inappropriate legitimacy to accusations with zero evidence so here's what's, being completed, and that is you have a former official who is ripping into the president, for, whatever reason doesn't like the way the. Trump administration is going does like the philosophy things that for example foreign relations are falling, in the toilet doesn't like what he did with. Putin whatever and totally? Ignores, the validity of keeping Security clearances..
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"Of ninety two tonight clear breezy low sixty four looks great for friday night plants and then tomorrow mostly sunny above normal with a high of ninety six we keep it quite hot on sunday with a high in the mid ninety s again from cbs four i'm ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm cloudy and sixty three degrees in denver now on colorado's morning news a very rare thing has happened in park county a tornado was spotted near the western past fire in park county on thursday very rare events for park county only their sixth tornado since records began in nineteen fifty for wonder occur over a fire that's pretty remarkable russell danielson with the national weather service there was no damage from that tornado roger quarterback koa newsradio crews at the western pass fire were briefly sent away from the fire lines as that tornado passed that fire has burned twelve thousand nine hundred acres and his only seventeen percent contained on the state's largest fire the spring creek fire the containment number is up to thirty five percent today after some rain there fires scorched an amazing one hundred three thousand acres here basaltic at the lake christine fire andy and bill macaulay lost their home near eligible they'd lived there for more than three decades and had just five minutes to evacuate grandpa fathers by a couple of family treasures and our two cats got two cats got the wife that's how we that's pretty much it was the important part now two people have been arrested for starting the late christine fire twentythreeyearold richard carl miller and.
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"The coastal city of insurer the thomas fire hazard one hundred seventy three thousand acres and it's just fifteen percent contained jonathan bastion for member station casey rw w has more another night of fast moving winds pushed the thomas fire deeper into santa barbara county early this morning mandatory evacuation orders were given to residents in areas of carpenter at summerlin in modest sito more than four thousand firefighters were trying to contain the blaze which broke out on monday near the town of santa paula the flames are primarily moving across nearby mountainsides but in some cases have burnt low enough to impact structures airquality remain so poor in the region that schools and colleges of canceled classes the cause of the blaze is still under investigation for npr news i'm jonathan bastion in santa barbara alabama is just two days away from its special election but the gop remains deeply split over its senate candidate roy more and pierce colin wire has more richard shelby says more does not have his vote shelby told cnn's state of the union that the sexual misconduct allegations against more are two credible to dismiss their lot of smoke gotta be some fire somewhere so shelby says he wrote in and other republican candidate president trump however was not dissuaded by claims that more pursued sexual contact with teenage girls trump recorded robo call for the more campaign i need alabama to go vote for roy more it is so important but if more wins shelby said that may not be the end of the story the said it's going to have to wave roy more wins his fitness to serve in the us senate and that includes a possible ethics probe college wire npr news the us ambassador to the un says all women who accused some someone of sexual misconduct is to be listened to they should be heard and they should be dealt with and i think we heard from them prior to the election and i think any woman who has felt violated or felt mistreated in any way they have every right to.
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"While more bodies dg envi angel ye shall meet a guy we ought to breakfast one wiping ready to things on down and builds up what he do it instantly you know you just be drive and he'd be like that would have starbucks came from yes i just turned around and the whole powell 105 wants to leo here in new york has gone this gone not only is gone they moved to ryan crest is pride who is right across the rise requests y knack private studio have you been yes i have big out windows as all flush i so it is that if it was not a good view though could no you do see that another hotel not done in new york got a window in the you're going to theo when you turn around you see another brick wall or would you prefer to see the hotel of this wall this wall right in iran busy too so nice it into some w we can look in pidgin to fly run window and look you degnon i and wonder what you do on his arrival against the front page news now in thursday night foot which is tonight new orleans played atlanta falcons now let's talk about these fis and kelly yeah let's offer now los angeles has been threatened as he's laugh highest are spreading an invalid aaron salmon alex tens of thousands at an attack hallett california residents uh they've already fled and more than eighty three thousand acres in so many businesses in homes have already been made do down to ashes sal i'm sure you guys have been cnet on the news it looks crazy even an easy the edge driving on the freeway you can see all of that happening also listing that these wildfires will get worse before they get any better just because of the conditions in california is a a very dry right now strong volatile wins and the terrain is very difficult for firefighters to go through so all of that right now and is not prime time for california to have to deal with this sunday firefighters who are then actually going to put the blades shrine but i i mean i'm i'm china digits trying to contain today with china flat plain watering handing out on a ladder on it yeah we'll call them just let people dawn cigarettes like go sparks i'm wanna walk any little thing goes like you said signalling aimad really quickly spread fast lane so orion it's eso giants wendy's they saying this hurricane like wins so is just out of control bringing back mocha to bear campaign would be pointless yeah i don't know at this point yet an la now the as the going to be the largest us city with legal recreational marijuana as though he just decided this they voted yesterday and again a license sales next years after all these debates they finally approve rules that will make sure that commercial sales and cultivation laws are going to begin in less than a month under an initiative that was approved so residential neighborhoods will be off limits to those businesses and so would uh areas around schools libraries in parks vets now people can recreational he have marijuana its legal and los angeles of all of weed in the world naga make me forget about the danforth vice okay all right what else you dogma that's it well now in the house of representatives has also passed a bill yesterday loosening gun restrictions and now you got your gun licence recently right yup in 35 states so right now you actually if you have a permit you can carry concealed weapons and legally travel with those firearms to other states he avenue i mean aghil ethnic tzeltal outta did that regardless you've got a flat under the play but you just came so does that mean i could take my firearm to new york city in in travel joint i gotta travelled out of jersey i guess so it is saying is kind of like having a marriage and an eu or a driver's license no it listen it's like having a set of america's ice into driver's licenses valid in other states so now you have a licensed to carry concealed weapon you can bring that firearm with you to other states a giant noah agerelated new nerves rush net new york mielke guarantee three is new now and in particular they talked about a woman from pennsylvania no criminal record she had a concealed carry permit for her pistol and they didn't recognize that when she travel to new jersey and she was later on clinton's yes it is saying that they shot the make sure that never happens again so now you can just carry concealed weapon a macomer locally alarming chauque of that's over settler out note all right
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO
"East side away from mount rainier and again closed down the crystal mountain ski resort pictures by the way to go to their website on the latest stretch of 84 will remain closed in oregon this weekend because of the eagle creek fire this one is that the gorge colombia east of portland thirty three thousand acre there's only seven percent contained ajez of this hour the interstate between trial dale and who'd river will stay closed until falling rocks and potentially dangerous trees can be cleared out komo news time out seven o eight all right a summer highway project south of seattle resumes this weekend add to that we gotta huskies home opener we've got the mariners at home as well and all yes there is that state fair put them all together and it could definitely slow down your weekend travel plant comas paris jack shuttle breakdown where you will see the most congestion safe the massive pavement project dubbed revive i 5 picks up tonight in tukwila and it's expected to be the center of some of the big weekend delays if you need to catch a flight out of seatac airport or travel i five north to get to seattle he where all but just two lanes we'll be okay between south center mall to the duwamish river or writer leaders of paving at expansive dry replace lands ponding error but avenue bridge will waiters and paving on the duwamish river bridge unlike the previous weekend's of road work crews are working in a busy area of king county where three major freeways merge we've got i5 we've got i 405 sr five eighteen that serves the airport that all me right in that area that's a recipe for congestion pacific highway or i 405 to i90 are good alternate routes just know highly ramps and took while app will remain open but the northbound i5 hov bypass lane to southbound 405 in five eighteen will be close the.
"three thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO
"At twelve thirty six three wildfires in central washington are burning so close to one another firefighters are treating them as one big twenty three thousand acre fire as the sutherland kenyan fire group people living along the palisades road corridor were told to get out to us others the spartan fire in the straight hollow fire still burning near one anti grant county chief deputy derek greg called with our news a talked with our news parter carried away by the latest i think it will get worse before it gets better is based on the weather and how warm it's been because of the smoke an air advisory inflation grant county at this hour a washington man who was sentenced to seventy six years in prison after being convicted of one hundred thirty seven charges will be getting a new trial the olympia and reports 38yearold kenneth lynnville junior was convicted in 2015 of several crimes including leading organized crime burglary theft trafficking stolen property but an appeals court overturned all his convictions state court of appeals ruled that lynnville will have to stand trial again because his attorney failed to provide him with adequate representation the court found that fifty six the charges that lynnville faced should have had their own trial under state law scum was frank lenzi reporting a man who killed in everett woman and her 12yearold daughter in nineteen 97 gets his life in prison sentence reduced installments counties drew court judge ruling yesterday brendan backstrom must serve a minimum forty two year prison term his life sentence was reexamined after the us supreme court ruled mandatory life sentences for juvenile killers violates the constitution the everett herald reports he was seventeen when convicted of aggravated firstdegree murder in the deaths of marnie walls and her her daughter korea lynn and during the original trial backstrom than 22yearold code of and it was sentenced to thirty years in prison independence day not part of a threeday weekend this year but his comas area kinds tells us a recordbreaking year for travel is still predicted traffic managers use pass holiday data to predict when roads might be the most and least congested but holidays like the.