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California Sheriff: He, Not Doctor, Diagnosed Video Overdose
"County Sheriff Bill Gore is acknowledged that he not a doctor concluded a deputy overdosed from fentanyl exposure while searching a vehicle for drugs. Body worn camera footage released last week shows the deputy following falling to the ground and struggling to breathe after coming within about six inches of the drug. The union Tribune quotes the sheriff is saying it was classic signs of fentanyl overdose. That's why we called it that. Health experts told the newspaper. Fentanyl is extremely dangerous, but inhaling a small amount doesn't lead to an overdose and say they suspect the deputy essentially passed out due to fear.
A Statewide Survey Doesn't Bode Well for California Governor Gavin Newsom
"A statewide survey that just came out today doesn't bode well for Governor Newsom. More than half of all likely voters would vote to recall Governor Newsom next month, according to the poll, conducted by Survey USA for the San Diego Union Tribune, KGTV 10 News in San Diego and KBC TV right here in Los Angeles. 51% of the 1100 polled say they would vote to remove Newsome from office. 40% said they'd vote no on the
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Yes on recall dot org All right. So the Union Tribune still all full tilt walk woke the first column that we looked at for this weekend. Was this nonsense saying that if you give illegal immigrants, um citizenship, all 10 million of them He'll improve our economy by $1.7 trillion It comes from a study from a discredited left wing, far left wing, Uh, policy group, but you don't hear about that. In the in the peace. Michael. Small Inns of the UT basically accepted as gospel because he's there to drive a narrative. He used to be a very good political reporter. Uh, now he's just woke work. Welcome. So woke And so he's writing nonsense. Uh, trash. And, uh, they're trying to convince us that illegal immigration is a great thing. And that giving away citizenship easily is a great thing. The reality is, uh, illegal immigration costs us money and crowds are schools. We're paying for it and and our health care system with free healthcare. Welfare programs are all out there. I'm not saying that people trying to get the United States for a better life for our, um wrong to want a better life, not at all, but legal immigration can help build a stronger economy and a stronger country. People who engage in illegal immigration. Breaking our rules as their very first decision to come to our country. The very first act is to break our rules and this is not not acceptable. Surely there's a better way and that's what we stand for. Um, Now you've got this other story. You ready for this? This is the Union Tribune, Deciding that we need a different term for the word criminal. Ready. Here's the headline. Californians may get a chance to end forced labor and help are incarcerated residents. That's right. They don't want to call them criminals. They don't want to call them prisoners. Uh, they don't want to calm convicts. Uh, they don't want to call them felons. They want to call them quote. California is incarcerated residents. Hello. Are you a Non incarcerated, incarcerated resident or an incarcerated resident for are incarcerated residents. We have a very special set of accommodations. We even offer taxpayer funded sex change operations for our incarcerated residents. For goodness sakes. It's not like they're a senior citizen community. Story by Charles Clarke who, I guess he's got a column about wokeness mean that basically they hired him to be like the woke column. Well, guys at the Union Tribune. You just got to recognize Everything about your paper is woke and far left. The same Well, we have a columnist called Charles Clarke and he's the world guy. He's about multiculturalism and diversity and inclusion. Uh, no. He's no different than any of the other people on your staff. But he's writing a story about a C A three. Is a constitutional amendment aiming to ban what he calls involuntary servitude, which some argue is a vestige of slavery. Whoa! Hold on a minute, Hold on a minute in the state of California. We have A very well thought out program a very good program, which is when you are a criminal and you are sentenced to do time for a crime. We have a prison work program that we assigned prisoners to be part of. Some of them are designed to do work around the prison. Because the prison is like a little city. You have to kind of keep things going and operating every once in a while. When there's a wildfire season, we will take prisoners who are well trained. And they will serve as adjunct or support firefighters. Um I like the idea of people who commit misdemeanors picking up trash along the freeway. I think that's a great idea. But these work quick woke. Activists. Think that it's slavery to ask that a prisoner who were paying to provide three meals a day room and board healthcare They are at the taxpayer's expense. As a quote. What does he call him again? What's the woke? Term for it. They're incarcerated Residents welcome are incarcerated residents into the incarceration community. Uh, I hope you find you're staying with us to be satisfactory as an incarcerated resident. They're a felon. They're a gang banger, sex offender robber, assaulter rapist, Felon criminal. And damn right if we've got to pay for their sorry rear end to be incarcerated. They're gonna do some work, and it may actually be some of the best. Um, uh, rehabilitation. Uh, programming that we have. Force them to do hard work. Tell them that they have to get up in the morning. Keep a schedule. Do something contribute. Get a job done on time on spec on budget quality control. And maybe you'll learn a little bit about how to actually live a life besides stealing from others. We're breaking the law. Personal responsibility. But some starch in your shorts. But these woke activists Think that slavery? No, No, no. Slavery is when you take someone and say, I'm going to through no fault of your own. I am going to force you to serve me and there's nothing. I'm providing you a value. And it's not. You know your choice. I'm just going to mandate that you do this. You've done nothing wrong, but suddenly I've enslaved you. In the case of a criminal. They've done something wrong. They don't have freedom. That's the whole point of going to the slammer. You are in jail. You did something wrong. We take your freedom away. This is punishment. While you're in jail. We are going to have you do work so that we are not Having to carry your rear end at a hike Financial cost to the taxpayer. What about this? Do you not understand? Charles Clark? It's not slavery, you idiot. And I really do not like calling people idiots, but he really fits the bill. But but they're not criminals, Carl. They're incarcerated Residents now. You are embarrassing. You're dumb as dirt and you're woke. Calling them incarcerated Residents seriously embarrassing. But let me ask this question to you. Do you think it's wrong to require criminals to do a little bit of work? You consider it slavery? Would you vote for a proposal like a C three? A. C. A three to ban involuntary servitude is that involuntary servitude? It's prison work programmes. Call it what it is. These people are literally trying to lie to you on your ballot with this proposal. 806 100 cocoa 806 105 646 at Carl Tamayo. Do I have this completely wrong? Do you have a soft spot for criminals and say they shouldn't have to work or do you think? Yeah. Put him out there in the heat and have them do some work. It'll do him some good. Coming up your reactions. First traffic. Into.
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"That happened in Pacific Beach back in January. Remember that? See, there was a pro trump rally organized in Pacific Beach along the boardwalk and what you know Group of Trump supporters got together with flags and and they wanted to walk up and down the boardwalk. Well and tea for got wind of it and decided to show up and physically assault people. With pepper spray with baseball bats, metal bars. We brought you the story. Okay? You aside, documented as well. Showing that the violence was 11 sided. It was antifa attacking Trump. Trump supporters and the Union Tribune. I spank them pretty hard for having a story that made it appear as though they're just both sides, you know, got violent and that inherently a Trump rally turned violent. You know, that's what they said A Trump rally turned violent. No peaceful Trump rally was happening, and Antifa came down the violent ones and in attacked. Ondo. Facts on this are unassailable. Okay, It's documented the testimony is there, etcetera. Well, what's interesting is I guess. Antifa also agrees. I did not know this but to Antifa members. Are suing the city of San Diego. They want money. They're suing Mayor Todd Gloria and the police chief in federal court, saying that they were discriminated against because the police officers there at the rally. That antifa attacked with violence had the audacity To tell the Aunt Eva members to stop it. T knock it off. And what happened that day is that the police officers based on evidence based on what they were seen based on who they saw as the aggressors? Declared the Antifa Attack. To be an unlawful assembly. They did not declare the Trump March. Could be an unlawful assembly. They were simply exercising their First Amendment rights, and they were not becoming violent. They were complying with Officer commands. Did you hear about that? On the news or in the Union Tribune? No. All you heard was that It was declared what was going on down there was quote declared and unlawful Assembly assembly. I I'm sure that the police told the media Now we declared the antifa people and unlawful assembly. Trump people that's perfectly fine. They didn't do anything to warrant an unlawful assembly charge. So now you've got these two and TIFA members Mandy Lean and Aaron Smith from Chula Vista, who say that police were discriminating against them, and they were the overly aggressive and their tactics wielding batons and launching projectiles. Trying to disband the counter protesters that they were showing bias in favor of the mostly white and male pro trump crowd. Let me get this straight. They're sexist and racist, of course. They picked on us. Will you guys showed up and started being violent? What do you expect? You broke the law. Oh, my goodness. A criminal is being confronted by a law enforcement officer. How novel Boy. That's a case for discrimination. I'm a criminal in the police officers discriminating against me. He took the side of my victim. I'm suing That's what this case is about. Well, a judge threw the case out, but then said, Well, if you can show a police officer did something specifically out of line, then I'll let the case go forward. But I'm dismissing the police chief. I'm just missing the mayor of San Diego. Now the burden of proof is going to be on these two. Violent and TIFA members. To make their case. They said that they were struck by police pepper balls from behind as they were leaving. And they got a welt on one of their arms. They're suing for pain and suffering as well. G. If you show up and get violent, and the police say that what you're doing is illegal and they want you to disperse. And you don't comply, Are you? Why are you surprised? It's all fun and games until someone gets a welt on their rear end. This lawsuit that was quite interesting in that it reveals for the first time that the police did make a determination. That the trump people were peaceful. And the Antifa people were lawless, breaking the law. Do you remember? Uh ta Gloria's comments about Pacific Beach. Ay Dios. He referred to the Trump rally members as violent, violent These are violent individuals in embraced violence. No. You're a liar to Gloria. You're a liar. Your own Police department has confirmed that you are a liar. Those people were not charged with anything. They were not determined to have been. Fault. They were not deemed to be part of an unlawful assembly. Your buddies on anti father left. They were the ones that were the violent individuals. But you smear the trump people and you give a past And even now we have the proof. Your own city in the filings in these court papers are confirming the fax. In a way that actually is so gratifying. Coming up. We have to shift shift gears. Now let's talk about these creek crazy environmental ideas that have been pumping out now that the Democrats have a super super uber majority in San Diego that's coming up on the two mile report. First traffic.
San Diego Enters the Red Tier
"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Next round of rain arriving tomorrow evening. The heaviest rain will be tomorrow night into Friday morning. Exactly when we come into work stole levels will drop, too between right 4500 to 5000 ft during the day on Friday. Post up to 59 today, Inland 61 the mountains 40 and the desert up to 60 right now. Downtown Looking Very nice. Partly cloudy and 49 degrees. Coco News time is 8 12. All right, We have questions. The city of San Diego has a new $42 Million Rent relief program and eviction band but who qualifies and for how long? And when do you have to pay back all that money Because you're going to a lot of money Film old are with the San Diego Union Tribune. Has a story on it. And he's joining us once again on the cocoa news live like always a pleasure to have you, Philip. Oh, thank you so much for having me. Yeah. So the biggest thing coming out of the last few days in San Diego has received $42 million in rent relief for city residents. I will say the latest news out of yesterday's council meeting in that regard with that there's no deuce. Basically, they're still working on all the criteria for how it's gonna be distributed. You might remember earlier this summer, I think around August Actually, there was a $15 Million Rent relief program set up by the city of San Diego and I had a lot of strict things. You know, you have to prove That you lost wages because of Cove it or you were in the hospital because the cove it you had you file. You just didn't give a lot of paperwork, and you also had to be among the city's poorest residents. Right now. They're trying to figure out how they're going to distribute at 42 million because it's so much more than last time. Maybe they can, you know, change the criteria, making a little bit easier to apply, or maybe not a strict, So that's kind of weird that that right now no new updates. So now when? When we're talking about this rent relief money. Who does it go to? Does it go to the resident? Does it go to the landlord or the mortgage company? I I don't even know if it includes mortgage companies. I What is where does it go? You have a mortgage part to get a little tricky. That's a good question. All I know for sure is they goes directly to the landlord. So what the landlord has to do is go on in San Diego Housing Commission. They might build a new website for but say These are my tenants. Generates ever etcetera. And then the tenant has to upload all their documents and all this other kind of stuff. I did have a situation where else interviewing a landlord few months ago where she had done everything, and her tenant had still not uploaded a certain document that they had asked for. So sometimes it doesn't work out if everybody is not on the same page, so that's sort of how it works like that with one good thing. I mean, what one of the benefits of this program is Last year with the federal Cares Act, Santiago City Council, God allowed $300 million in federal aid. But there was a fight at the City Council about whether how much should go towards rent relief and got whittled down to a $15 million regularly program. At least one good thing to look forward to it. This this 42 million visits from a second stimulus by Congress, and this is it specifically has to go to red. There's not There can't be any fighting among lawmakers about where this money is going to go. It has to go toward it. And another scary thing is how much back rent are people going to? Oh, Yeah. I mean, that's the other thing. So the biggest thing that came by the Yesterday's meeting was in a fiction ban. Um, so you know, throughout the pandemic we've been, you know, they'll be like Intervention, man. You can't kick someone out there. They lost her job because of it, And it's gonna go till June. Let's extended the August was extended to you September right every time you were story, right? So yesterday was kind of unique because a city council voted for in eviction band for renters. He can't be kicked out. If you something you have cove it But this one This is where I was really struggling last night to get a correct and I think I finally alright did finally get it right. But basically the residential moratorium, it doesn't have an end date. But what they passed Yes stations that good moratorium for residents goes until 60 days after an emergency separation is lifted. So right now San Diego has an emergency declaration. But nobody really knows how long that emergency declarations gonna last. So you can't say for sure How long residential board time It's gonna last. You could say it goes. I've probably, you know, June Once everybody's got their vaccines and all this kind of stuff, you might make that assumption. But, you know, you don't know. I mean, some crazy Varian come along and vaccines. You know, I don't want to look fine, but it could basically going on for a while. So I love that you said opine, but good words a great work, But that is quite fancy. Yeah. That is very interesting. Philip Molnar with the Union Tribune. Always a pleasure every week. Thank you so much. They driving me? All right. All right. We have your real time. Traffic. Your updated, changing forecast yet another storm coming up three minutes away. Kogo New Year's time 8 17 I started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it..
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Though he knows that the media is going to carry his water on this He knows that the media look at the Union Tribune is just looking at the story that posted 30 minutes ago. San Diego businesses prepared to reopen his Newsome lifts Cove in 19 Stay at home order. There's no real headline there that it should be news. Some drops criteria. Flip flops turns around, reconsiders changes his criteria. Do stay at home order lifted. No mention of the recall, not a single word of that That's not happening at all. Men can possibly me Political pressure? No, it's because things are better. And that's the tone and tenor that good old Nathan Fletcher adopted today. Oh, things are great. Look at the great progress here. We got to stay vigilant, But all this is real good, real good development today. Well. He chastised people for proposing this very action for the past eight weeks called them all sorts of Terrible names. Said that they wanted blood on their hands. Absolute irresponsible Journalism Union Tribune. Coming up. It's not just Newsome. It's Biden as well. Plus, do you think that it's just because of the recall? Or do you think it's because we earned it? 806 100 Kogo 806 105 +646 at Carlton Bio Your reactions today. Today's big development on covert 19 lockdowns, but first traffic Good afternoon, Karl from Europol, said Diego 100 dealers Traffic center of got the strong, gusty winds blowing around the county. So just watch for debris. And, of course, hold on tight to that Syrian wheel. We're getting reports of some debris on the North 15 year, Babble Avenue in the right lane. So watch for that. Gain control stone effect for the 78 79 through clear MCA and Julian and Sunrise highways under trade restrictions from Interstate eight and it's closed at the northern snow Gate. Support sponsored by the center at Sierra Health Foundation, covered 19 has killed over 30,000 Californians so far. Listen, Mom, love means staying away. Brought to you by the senator at Sierra Health Foundation. My can cock with Coco's life. Real time Traffic Storm wants update coming up to 3 56. Hurt radios created a playlist perfect for any mood activity or moment in your life. Thousands of IR radio playlists find one perfect for your moment playlist for working out, throwing a party cooking dinner, sleeping or even setting the mood for a perfect night in hope. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service, like never before,.
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The weekend Use our on news radio 600 Kogo American fighter. There is an untapped talent pool in the county. The San Diego Workforce Partnership has a new report revealing workers 55, or older face barriers based on age, gender and race in San Diego, Workers age 55 older represent nearly 20% of the region's workforce. The report says businesses should consider, but older workers bring to the workplace. They're dependable, resourceful and her good communicators. The report recommends businesses remove ages from job descriptions and applicant should remove dates of degrees and older work experience if it's less relevant. The report also suggests if you are an older worker on the job Seek training on Transferrable skills network outside your organization. And if you lose your job reach out for help immediately. There's another segment of the older population, perhaps not seeking a job, but they may be seeking something new in their life. A new class of new friend or something to do. Joining me is Simone Avellan shooter, the president and CEO of San Diego Oasis. It's a nonprofit that focuses on opportunities for dialogue and learning for seniors. Before the pandemic, seniors went to the center. Now everything has been online since the pandemic started to waste his husband providing over 200 virtual classes every month and we do cover says the collectivity lots of different healthy aging, dance and fitness classes available every day because it's important to stay strong and exercise. Also classes in humor and history and cooking and singalongs and just a variety of classes to make sure people remember toe last people remember toe learn in an area that they have a natural interest in and also to connect. Well, we all prefer in person and election. Virtual interaction with people that are interested in the same thing is very, very, very valuable. How does it work? Simona, where somebody is in a class with others? They're exchanging jokes or humor or asking questions. So every class is the live class, meaning you show up and you are in a virtual live environment with instructor and other people like yourself. People who are 50 and older. So, for example, if you are in a class coming up on Friday, December 4 titled a Treasury of Christmas humor, you will be Surely laughing because that classes start by the Union Tribune Land, which columnist Richard Lederer and he will share history and puns and poems all around the Christmas humor, And, of course, people will be encouraged to interact and respond. So every classes like that if you're learning a language, of course, there's a lot of conversation and learning of blazing and interaction. Other said. Well, everybody prefers in person. Virtual learning and virtual interaction is the next best thing. Have you seen an increase in clients? Are you getting more people? We are getting people from all over the world. And that's been the biggest change for San Diego Oasis when we were open traditionally into full time location as candy to little, a Mesa as well without partners all across the county. Naturally, only people living in San Diego County could comment. Enough for those classes and workshops. Now we're getting people from Canada and Mexico, the Netherlands, Taiwan, every state from the United States so organically friends of telling friends and former neighbors and alumni to say I'm attending this fabulous thing. Don't be alone. Don't be Experiencing the holiday blues. It's virtual join me. I'll take you to class and you'll see how fun this is so that organic growth has been tremendously positive and rewarding for all of us. Those that plan the workshops and those that attend them. It's possible to people who meet in class, You know they could connect and just texter zoom talk or whatever with each other. They may just make a new friend. And that is the idea behind it. There's some good research that has recently come out. They're pretty staggering Statistics pointing to just how deep and dangerous social isolation is. The Pew Research Center recently looked at people who are 60 and older who living alone and that is about 40% of the U. S population of 60 and older living alone. Be measured all waking hours, and it's it's crazy to think. But that is 10.5 hours of their waking hours. The West spending alone Michigan University did another study in the covert environment and their studies show that 46% of older adults 65 older reported so little social contact, but it was averaging one social context. Once a week. We want to increase that engagement. So if you want to check out a new class, go to San Diego. Aways this dot or g'kar Simone of Alan Shooter is the president and C e o. Maryland Haider KOGO News Make a difference for a family in need. Joint Kogo for the San Diego food Banks Day to donate drive thru food drive at Vons, Murphy Canyon Wednesday..
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"So this is not going to be a surprise because the left loves to scream and yell about racism, sexism, homophobia, It's all about identity politics. It's all about political correctness, cancel culture. But then every once in a while, they kind of step in it on their own, so right, and it's always something that happens. It's very fun. So last week we brought you the story about how the left the Democrats are attacking a gay Republican running for Grossmont Cuyamaca School district. That's Jordan Gascon. A gay Latino Republicans, so he's got two strikes against him. He's Latino, and he's gay and as your chastity to be Republican, anyway, they sent out mailers. The left the Democrats. The union's basically highlighting his sexual orientation by saying, Oh, he lives with his his husband. Right. Well, why don't you point that out? They would never point that Adipose Dog whistling there, So we called them out on that. The Union Tribune said nothing nothing at all. Then Friday, no surprise. Ah, the Union Tribune, which is literally the voice of the establishment of the union, groans and the big business, guys, the lobbyist get together and they tell us what to do. Their editorial page. Endorsed our Gloria and mind you The reason why they endorsed our Gloria because they praised Barbara as experienced and she's a capable executive. And and a ah, absolute, you know, managerial Sze powerhouse. They said that the reason why they're going with Gloria Is quote. He has the ability to bridge the Gulf between San Diego status as a diverse blend of many cultures. And its history of electing white Mayor's s So in other words, wait. He's not qualified to qualify is not qualified. But we're going to choose him because of his skin color. I want by the way we like the idea of a quote. Finishing off the editorial and inclusive leader, an inclusive leader in charge at City Hall sends a powerful message to young people of color and the G B T community about what they can achieve unquote. So it doesn't matter that you're you're not as qualified as he's exactly the sort of thing I mean, it's nothing about his his brains or is the skills or his leadership. He's just a Christmas ornament. Basically, they said, you know, he's he's He's ethnic and he is LGBT. And so therefore, as a result, boom, he gets our endorsement, even though in the editorial, they bend over backwards to say Barbara is more qualified. Barbara has the ability Oh, by the way, what they said, because what they said in the editorial where they said she's more qualified, But he checks the identity politics boxes. They suggested. That, Uh, quote perhaps Mayor Gloria could use a chief of staff like Barbara Brie people they did not. They did not say that the woman should take the assistant job to the handsome little things they confined for her to do around there. Maybe he should hire her and give her some pencils in a desk. Maybe she could actually serve up some really, really nice coffee while she's at it and take his dry cleaning in because she takes notes really well, and she's business, E and stuff, So that might be a good fit. We get the celebratory, you know, ornament for the figurehead and the real working person that could be the girl in the background. And then that would be a good fit. Hurry. Everybody at the UT Well, good for her. She called it out saying, Look, you said that was more qualified, but basically because he's got these identity politics boxes. Apparently you're going to go with him. And I think what they probably were thinking. Like, what do we do? We we got, you know someone who's ethnic and we also have a woman running. What do we do? She's more qualified await. He's gay. So he kind of checks the woman's box anyway, or multi gender box or whatever the hell box and you want to check their This is that the way it works is that she was she was more qualified, but they went with him because of the color of his skin and the fact that he's good. So she did not have enough hyphens that does it. Really not in the box is checked for her. Not enough virtue, signaling going on S O. So here's the thing. Now there's a all out political correctness war going on, with the Barbara people pointing out..
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"It is now day 81 of the protests in Seattle and Portland. You know, the completely Democrat run the city's That's right. Day 6 81 over the weekend. We got the report that 60 emergency level 911 calls to police went UN responded to Because officers were too preoccupied with Thousands of demonstrators in the downtown demonstrators threw rocks at police officers, and as a result, they had to shift their resource is there 11 60 91 11 Calls not responded to Um The media just submit bedlam in Borland or and not just in Portland. But now it's dripping into the suburbs in some of the areas outside of Portland because people getting chased into the suburbs and there, the ripping of cars parked cars in front of people's homes. But then they think that was a federal courthouse filled with federal troops. It's all the federal government's fault, right? I mean again. The media likes toe narrative driving Sayo. It's the federal troops that went in. The federal troops. Quote unquote are federal law enforcement agents defending a federal courthouse and they didn't go in. On day one. They waited and waited and waited for the local authorities to actually do their damn job. And when that was apparent that they weren't they had to go in. And that was the only time frankly that people actually got held accountable. Um, the story's over the weekend is that people as you mentioned went into the suburban areas that the surrounding areas Police had to declare a riot, but they weren't allowed to use tear gas. No, no, no, They're not allowed to use tools actually disperse the riot. They could declare it but no one listens. The city. Ah saw two buildings attacked. By the rioters because one included a police substation in midnight to 2:45 a.m. on Sunday, which is coming into Monday morning. Protesters ignored warnings from police to disperse. They began arguing amongst themselves throwing objects at police cars in the parking lot of the building, the city owned building spray painting over security cameras, too. Stop any evidence from being collected. Other shine lights green lasers in officer's eyes. Now that has been a documented pattern where officers have actually had damage to their retinas in their sight. Pelted. Police was softball, side sized river rocks and glass bottles. Peaceful protests. Right, Listen, there are Oregonian says demonstrators swept through residential streets. While people look out from their windows importers of their homes. They're still calling them demonstrators in the Oregonian so I could just imagine living for the for the You know, the 80th day sitting in your house, watching Portland burn again And then seeing you know, these idiots walking down the streets, throwing rocks at parked cars and you? You can do nothing but sit inside your house looking from your window. And if things do get too close to you, you call 911 and nothing happens. Well, this new America is going to be great. You will not find any of this on CNN, MSNBC Washington Post or New York Times. No, this was AH! Report. Taken from local media KO and TV and then obviously picked up by Fox News, all documented He's a provable instances of May mayhem, lawlessness and innocent people having to suffer suffer the consequence because the Democrat mayor, the Democrat governor in Portland, the Democrat mayor in the Democrat governor of Washington state, they refuse to do their job. And that's you know, I think Trump needs killing on this. If if, if you elect Joe Biden, this is going to be commonplace in this country. Absolute commonplace, and the media doesn't want to cover the story. Accurately. They want to present it as though these people are completely peaceful. Trump is of the one behind all the bad stuff. It's federal troops coming in. Did you see the story in the Union Tribune? I've got to get to this story. Ah! I I no longer subscribe to the paper, so I did get the electronic version of it. So I don't know if it was in Sunday's paper and see, Hear or today's paper. I'm always sending you articles anyway. So, you son, you're our cause. Whether you want to know it was in Sunday's paper. It was a Sunday favorite. They decided to put it in Sunday's paper because You know most people don't read the paper Saturday. You know, Monday through Saturday, some people do Monday isn't really a paper just kind of it's like a little booklet. None of the none of what the union Tribune puts out is is the papers propaganda rag. But no, No, They put it on Sunday because they have a narrative to drive here. You may remember, and we brought you coverage of this. The East County defend these county Facebook group. Right. These are the people who successfully by the way, have stopped riots in Santee. Who successfully prevented Lem Mesa last week from devolving into another riot because they showed up and stood by the police and had the police is back. Those demonstrators thought twice about torching more buildings. They're guaranteed. That's why You don't see this sort of mayhem. Breakout is that defend these county Patriots were out there saying we will not allow lawlessness. We will stand up to you on. I remember you and I have been Very, very, very concerned. That because police aren't doing their job. That civilians who are not properly trained, may actually inadvertently make a mistake even though their heart might be in the right place. Correct that here and they could get in trouble and we don't want that to happen, But we also recognize that some people feel that they have to do what is necessary. If the police won't do their jobs, or if the police are not allowed. Let me correct myself. Police are not allowed to do their jobs by the liberal politicians in charge. Well the union Tribune cannot allow cannot allow Defend East County..
"union tribune" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Well, it is a joy even be with you in an enjoy ful period. The damage that people like Avenue Cem doing will be recorded by history. They will go down as fools. That's simple is that as arrogant fools As they crush their state. Whatever state it might be, they crush it. Because they personally pays zero price. They get rewarded because the Democrats State is overwhelmingly Democrat. And they're looked at a strong Takes no strength to shut down. The state takes strength. Open it up. Zero strength. Who's going to take you on the times. San Francisco Examiner. San Diego. What is it? Miss their paper. I know Tribune is in the name. I don't think that the whole names on Soviet Union Tribune. No. That the Union Tribune news daily wire Sorry. Union Tribune. So between the two of us, we We excavated the truth. All right. I want you to hear the president. I don't do this. I have not done this with a trump speech since he was elected. That is how important it is. Take it away. Why wait? When else? I'm sorry. I well, the Warsaw speech was very significant. I did go through it. Good. Okay, so it's a second. If that's the case. Here we go. Today we pay tribute to the exceptional lives and extraordinary legacies of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt..
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Time eight twenty this is San Diego's morning news news about your money just ahead if you want to go to the beach maybe maybe you want to go to bed maybe hop on the yachts of some sort no I heard on the eight track we get news about your money straight ahead yes we do and we also did you say that I'm sorry I was lost oh my god you're a lost okay well let's try that real time traffic with Laura Kane I know from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers traffic center we have a small east bound on the ninety four the avocado Boulevard offramp middle of the freeway there near the offramp and then we have a reports of a small fire cell phone fifteen before me off to the right hand shoulder some road work happening the ninety four at Campo roads you might find some brake lights there this report is sponsored by San Diego county credit union vote STCC for best credit union in the union Tribune readers poll daily at SDCCU dot com slash vote do all of your banking on the go with the SDCCU bubble banking out message and data rates may apply it's not a big big banking it's better I'm Laura came because next real time traffic update is at eight thirty today will be just as hot as yesterday so if you have a yacht go out on especially in the inland areas in the desert's excessive heat warning in effect for the desert so Friday night temperatures could hit a scorching one hundred thirteen degrees coast up to seventy four today.
"union tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Operate with takeout orders only the union Tribune says customers were seen in a long line throughout the day standing six feet from each other all credit card only orders were placed through the take out window which meets current health and safety guidelines still we a is on the road to recovery after injuring himself while gardening gardening injury you say yes the musician revealed to his fans that he managed to rip his gluteus maximus to shreds in a moment of the whole grain does but what he says it happened during a moment of over enthusiastic gardening I'm just baffled and was rushed to the hospital may says he may says he won't be able to walk for a while that assistance but added that he'll be he'll be okay over enthusiastic gardening well in your gluteus maxims that's like the biggest muscle in your entire body how did the biggest I don't know how you working gardening what I'm sorry wallst gardening waltz to gardening yeah I don't know and I don't know okay yeah hello dears time is six oh seven California taking a major financial hit because of code that we have that story on the way and that we get you traffic and your weather is welcome news time six of seven file reports with Carl Tamayo and Luke Penrose we do still have this matter hanging over Biden I think we need a full blown investigation the Democrat party is going to have to start asking some very deep questions which he said three on news radio six cocoa corporate because winter licensed by the department of business oversight under the California residential mortgage lender in MLS one thirty nine three nine three six California license or two zero six.
Boy Scouts file for bankruptcy due to sex abuse lawsuits
"The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy late Monday amid former scouts legal claims of past sexual abuse the union Tribune reports the move comes as several states including California recently expanded legal options for childhood victims to sue leading to a wave of new sex abuse
Trump to release budget proposal pushing for major border wall funding
"President Donald Trump is making a move to divert three point eight billion more from the defense budget to fund a wall along the US Mexico border according to the union Tribune the plan would pay for a further one hundred and seventy seven miles of wall construction the money would come from weapons
Iowa's reporting chaos helped two candidates — and it hurt two others
"Heard who won the Iowa Democratic caucuses yesterday neither have we neither. Has Anyone our hardworking. Editorial to`real staff has been on watch and they're not seeing anything yet either. Yeah sure. President Trump won the republican contest and a walkover but incumbents tend do that the story for the Democrats is more complicated but not in a good way chaos and debacle are the words. The San Diego Union Tribune The Wall Street Journal and others use to describe the problems counting the party faithfuls expression of preference. For a presidential candidate those preferences remain unknown known as the results are still being counted and checked delayed by problems with an APP deployed in the Caucasus. For the first time former Clinton campaign manager robby. Robby Mook was widely blamed for the problems but this seems entirely unfair as he had nothing to do with the APP it was rather built by shadow. which is affiliated aided with acronym a democratic not for profit founded to educate inspire register and mobilize voters shadows APP was intended to facilitate quicker more accurate and more transparent counting and reporting from the precincts? The Iowa caucuses in two thousand sixteen. Were very close with ultimate nominee. Hillary Clinton enjoying only a slim victory over Senator Bernie Sanders many sanders. Supporters felt the results had been influenced by the Party so the party was determined into avoid a repetition of such controversy. This time around. Thus today's difficulties are Greek in the classical sense. Not The fraternity row cents as the candidates all claim various levels of unsubstantiated victory or darkly hint of chicanery very steps. The Democratic Party took to clear up the intraparty Freddie suspicion that the game was rigged that somebody's thumb was on the scale have been back to bring about the very result. They were taken to avoid the lessons to be learned earned for election. Security in general may be limited. The Iowa caucuses don't resemble regular voting using machines marked ballots but instead represent a precinct distinct by precincts set of nearly seventeen hundred meetings. Each of whose result had long been reported by precinct chairs over the phone while there were earlier concerns earns express that the APP might be vulnerable to cyber attack. NPR for example reported on such concerns back on January fourteenth the prospect the APP itself just might not work well enough was touched on more lightly. There are no reports we stress of any form of cyber attack. That's what the chair of the Iowa. Democratic Party said this morning according according to Iowa's WHO TV and most observers seem to agree state party chair troy price said quote. We have every indication that our systems were secure and there was not a cybersecurity. Intrusion in preparation for the caucuses our systems were tested by independent cybersecurity consultants and quote as we mentioned the distinctive way. The caucuses are conducted suggest. Only limited lessons for election security principle among those would be. Don't deploy technology in voting waiting until it's thoroughly tested under realistic conditions. NBC News reports that a significant number of precinct captains caucus organizers had decided as early early as yesterday morning that shadows APP was bad news not working out as hoped. It appears says State Party chair price that the collection went fine. The party officials have been able to check it against such backups. As paper records it was the reporting that collapsed party officials noted unspecified inconsistencies distances and the data being reported which is what led them to slow down and check the information and he's confident that they'll be able to get an honest accurate count but it will take some time reports from the precincts are still coming in
2 More Bodies Found At Tijuana Home Where Garden Grove Couple Buried
"Florence county couple found dead in Tijuana I'm city perky that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty the son in law of a missing garden Grove couple is behind bars after the bodies were found buried beneath a dirt floor in a Tijuana home according to the union Tribune two more bodies were also found buried seventy year old his whose Ruben Gomez Gillan and his wife sixty five year old Maria to race like a lan went missing earlier this month authorities believe robbery may have been the motive for the
Ethics Committee urges Duncan Hunter to stop voting in House after guilty plea
"The house ethics committees warning congressman Duncan hunter not to vote on any bills now that he's pleaded guilty to misuse of campaign funds in as a convicted felon in fact the union Tribune reports the committee's told the output Republican that he violated house rules yesterday when he voted on a bill after he pleaded guilty Tuesday in San Diego federal court
"union tribune" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Of the stories we're following on a seven sixty former representative Darrell isa has announced he's entering the race for the fiftieth congressional district seat held by fellow Republican Duncan hunter who was indicted for allegedly misusing campaign funds last year I saw a retired in January for other Republicans running for the fiftieth district dropped out of the race yesterday a man riding a bicycle died last night after colliding with an Amtrak train in Carlsbad the collision was reported at about seven thirty PM your Grand Avenue and Washington Street according to the union Tribune a sheriff's department spokeswoman says the cyclist is believed to be a twenty four year old man and the crash is thought to be accidental and not a suicide in sports the Padres fault of the Dodgers yesterday one to zero right now at Lindbergh field skies are cloudy and it's seventy degrees I am seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news. American morning from Westwood One news I'm John trout coming up this half hour the president is angry over the impeachment inquiry. doing Democrats. three. I'm lady canyon in Washington Iran's president says they had nothing to do with the tax on Saudi Arabia and talks with the US will never happen as long as sanctions are in place I'm Steve cast them down in your to make a stars take to the stage.
"union tribune" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Fa- sorrow and her amazing work with senior shelter dogs. The award winning bestselling book mile dog rescued pets with remarkable. Second acts is a memorable and remarkable book that combines the gorgeous photos and the sweet inspiring end. True. Stories of all dogs learning new tricks, much better way to honor and recognize adopt a senior pet month tend to have the author of mile dog with us today. Laura coffee. Hey, laura. How are you? Welcome to the Dougie diva show or doing crazy. Thank you so much for having me. It's our play. Now you have you, you this book was an award winning book, your terrific author. But can you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself because you have kind of a different background your journalist? Yes. Night background just in journalism. I've worked in journalism for longer than I want to. We're going we're going on to us thirty years now, but my background was largely newspapers for years and years. I started out at a Saint Petersburg times, which is now known as the Tampa Bay times in, in Florida. that's why began and then when on worked at newspapers around the country in san diego and in seattle at the seattle post intelligence or just paper the san diego union tribune and many other papers and then in two thousand six i made the shift to online only digital journalism for n._b._c. news and i've been with n._b._c. since two thousand six and specifically with the today show since two thousand eight and i'm a long time writer editor and producer for the today show's website and in addition to that i had the opportunity you know in recent years to write this book my dog which was quite an adventure let me tell you what was your inspiration for writing male dog i'd love the book i mean i'm getting goosebumps as i'm talking about it with you but i loved loved the book and i love the stories what was your inspiration because i am and anyone that listens to this show no that that we are senior senior pet lovers here i'm in studio with hopeful of them right now Now, I have some next immediately. title dog book i really really appreciate that my dog stems from a story that i wrote in my job for today dot com that went insanely my role in a way that i never ever ever would've anticipated you cut it up no one that's going to happen but i wrote a feature story a while back about this really wonderful photographer you mentioned in your action laurie pizarro and roy as a photographer in los angeles and what she was doing i spotted for work on line and contacted her about ready to go teach your story but what she was doing like many really talented photographers around the country but she would go and volunteer her time in shelters and lost specifically waas angeles county shelters that had very high euthanasia rates and she'd go there on the weekends and volunteer her time to take super-duper high quality photos of the pets in the shelters with the goal of increasing their chances of getting adopted and what she was noticing week after week after going making harassing going to all these shelters was that the seniors were senior analyst dogs and cats were not making it out and these were you know really overburdened shelters and they they couldn't turn any pets away that were dropped off right and and so she kept noticing the trend that it was really bothering her and then one day she saw she was trying to engage with this really old very clearly very sick pit bull named shady in the shelter and the dog wouldn't even engage with her and had it was an owner surrender situation but document dropped off it was sixteen years old had cancer had very other health problems and he just couldn't take it the idea of this poor dog she knew there's no chance of going to get adopted so she made this impromptu decision without discussing it was her husband i'm going to take this home and she thought this would be like you know just a chance to shower this dog with love and affection for the last few days maybe week of this don's life brings the dog phone renamed her sunny or optimistic david shady anyway brings us dog home and and the dog she out of that shelter kennel got into their nice happy home with another dog and catch this dog just thrived and live with them almost three years with the almost nineteen years it was such a transformative experience the laurie that she started a senior dog photography project because she wanted to try to change people's perceptions of older shelter animals and encourage people not overlook the older ones and i spotted these photos online at contacted her focus feature story about the whole the plight of senior animals and it shelters and it went completely viral crazy crazy crazy 'cause shared all over the world and before you knew what we were contacted by an agent who thought it should be a book with lori doing the photographs that i would write the book and we wound up teaming up and we did it And you guys did a good job. Now there's a law. Of the story is Sonny. Of course, I found love it sit there so many stories in there. But just for the listeners could you just pick one story? Maybe tell us a little bit about that. Well, it, it is hard to do because stories in the book are so completely different. They are each one that's really different. And it's unique and. and it's amazing how the they flourish when they come you know when they get into their forever home they flourish and these are old dogs i mean i loved him you know i just oh yeah it was a really it was your own it's true i'll ask one personal one because of course i i love george clooney and i love all the photos that i've ever seen george clooney but i have to tell you the one in your book that's the one best because it hasn't just like reclined i'm i'm trying to find the book but he was reclining and he had his dog on his lap i was just like so beautiful and if you just tell us quickly about george clooney story yes so you know just to to a little bit of background was i really did want the book to be very very different and not feel repetitive and i wanted to show that the book contained stories of people for raging nature in their twenties to their late eighties who did this kind compassionate thing of taking it an older shelter animal and that paid huge dividends in there lives and their lives improve exponentially right so anybody can do it every economic level every walk of life imaginable occurred to be along the way that it would be really exciting if we could get just a few famous people well known people who had done this have just to kind of sprinkle in there with all the stories and by doing some food online i saw george clooney had taken in a rescued cocker spaniel named einstein the dog has been rescued by a really wonderful group called camp cocker rescue and it's a whole saga of what they went through to rehabilitate the poor dogs that was lordly obese than had cyrus problems i e problems every all kinds of issues and so they spent a year trimming this dog down and and helping the dodgy get exercise and got the dog in shape and made the sweet little video and put it online for all of you know people who love animals video such music they just did this video about this dog einstein Scrolling around online, one night and falls madly in love with this dog, but George Clooney, and he's determining has to have the dog, and he fills out the incredibly detailed application that the rescue group into. more than seventy questions fills it all out and then they see the opposite is george clooney are kind of they're really really nervous in part because they wanna make sure they this dog had been to so much and they wanted to make sure that this dog was really going to like george clooney but it's like whoever wanted to adopt them and so here it turns out that this The church putting telling point wake you comfortable with you, and doesn't like you. We're not going to let you love that. Rescue person. No, I love you starring. Yeah. It was. And so he said that he was so nervous the day that I was going to come to the house for the initial visit that he said he ran, his, refrigerator, and grab some Turkey and all the rub them on his shoes to make sure that I guess. and it was a yeah it was an estimated habit it worked out and it's so funny we did the big photo shoot with insein at george please house which what an amazing guy that he agreed to let this happen it's just a pain in the book but that dog is the most food focused dog i think i've ever ever met any he was hilarious and always funny charming details come out in that story really happy really happy and i mean in some other celebrities in there and there's a lot of just basic down to earth people who found there forever friend who happened to be you know a senior dog whether they were retired from another profession whether they were you know like a gray hone or a you know a search i mean it just had so much an also there's a great resource guide at the back for people who are looking maybe for a senior dog or very interested in adopting or learning more about it with a number of organizations by state but you know i want to ask you laura because you put so so much into this book and i loved this book in such a beautiful book and it's it's even great just to leave on on your coffee table because anyone sitting there going through this is going to go because the pataki's beautiful and the way you wrote the words and has a nice light airy very warm feeling to it so i love the way you wrote a but can you tell us why you personally feel that seniors make such remarkable family members row i will tell you that i know from experience especially with the doug am i right here that seems just awesome you know they're calling and their mellow they're sweet they're usually already housetrained this is a huge plus many people think that they need to get a puppy either just think that that's how it goes you get a puppy puppies are so much work and i'm not knocking puppies if somebody any obviously we all love animals right but and there are younger dogs that need help too for sure but the interesting thing is that for people with busy lifestyles maybe if that little light bulb you go off and they can really That they can cut a jump right ahead to the perfect golden age. They're vonda part of having a pet. Westman bugs just doesn't need as much physical activity, which, you know, they still need to be walk. They still need some extra money. Of course. You know, let's not make any mistake about, but they're not has been on property destruction and indoor, you're a. Yeah. They've worked out all their. Yeah. Yes. That they come down, you dislike a lot of love. And, and it's almost like they know because, you know, I have a one senior sitting right next to me in the chair next to my little co-host Smith Musallam. They know when their lives about to change, I still believe that some of them are coming from lives that maybe they, you know, the owner had tournament. Maybe it's something that, that it was an illness that they had or they are going into a nursing home, where there's so many things out there, so many wonderful organizations that take in these seniors, but they need homes. And you know, they need help. So I, I, I get a I, I gotta tell you Laura. I, I saw you out to get you 'cause I wanted everyone to know about this book. I know this book a it's, it's a wonderful book was released a few years ago, but I have to tell you, I love it. I love what you did. I love Laura did. Now, we're can listeners go to learn more about you and learn more about my dog and also where to get it west. So we..
"union tribune" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The union Tribune reports the school will integrate public transit by building next to the blue line trolley station that's being built the plaza will be flanked by new buildings and trolley riders will be able to see faculty and students at work, imperial beach has been flooded in recent weeks. With over one hundred million gallons of sewer water from Tijuana. Federal officials said, most of the sewage flow is rain water, but it also carried unfiltered pollution in sports, the San Diego Padres fell to the Toronto Blue Jays ten to one the San Diego gull suffered a loss Saturday night to the Chicago wolves fight to right now, Lindbergh field, cloudy and fifty seven degrees. AM seven sixty. K. F M, B, talk, and breaking news. CBS news update at a news conference during his trip to Japan. President Trump was asked about siding with Kim Jong UN when the North Korean leader criticised an American former vice president, Joe Biden, Kim Jong made a statement that Joe Biden is a low IQ individual. He probably is based on his record. I think I agree with that as for North Korea's recent testing of short-range missiles, I am very happy with the way it's going and intelligent people agree with by missiles. No, I'm not. I am personally and the current trade war with China, I think sometime in the future China and the United States will absolutely have great trade deal. And we look forward to that businesses are leaving China by the hundreds by the thousands going into areas that are non-tariff including the United States, by the way. CBS news update. I'm bide Michigan..
"union tribune" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"AM seven sixty parts of state routes seventy eight and seventy nine will likely remain closed through the morning because of dangerous driving conditions and law enforcement says chains are required for driving in the mountains. Some out in areas could get up to a foot of snow overnight. And forecasters say snow levels could drop as low as twenty five hundred feet over seventy people held it. Oh, Ty, Mesa detention center have signed a letter alleging medical neglect, safety issues and racism, the union Tribune reports the detainees are also reporting unsafe working conditions forced labor and wage theft. They're calling on attorney general heavier Sarah to investigate in sports. The San Diego fleet down the Atlanta legends twenty four to twelve at SCC you stadium last night. The San Diego gulls beat the San Jose barracuda Saturday eight to three it's partly cloudy and fifty two degrees at Lindbergh field AM, seven sixty K FM, MB, talk and breaking news. CBS news update. Former FBI official Andrew McCabe discussed the firing of his boss and events thereafter on sixty minutes among those events. President Trump's TV interview admission that he was thinking of this Russia thing when he fired James Comey and the president's request at the FBI and an investigation into his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Now, an admitted felon together these circumstances work are facts that indicated that a crime names have been committed president may have been engaged and obstruction of Justice and the firing of Jim Komi discussions of what to do about. It says McCabe included rod Rosenstein, then and still number two at the Justice department deputy attorney general offered to wear a wire into the White House. He said, I never get searched. When I go into the White House. I could easily wear a recording device. They wouldn't know it was there. So there are new calls for congress to look into this CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. AM seven sixteen KFI MD safety comes first for our families at.
"union tribune" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Kyla murray? Michael Renner, we talked about his pro football focus mock draft where he has them trading up to three to get Dwayne Haskins. I think that that is that's. I be shocked. If the Broncos could pull that offer would pull that off. Luke Easterling of USA today says drew lock Matt Miller Bleacher report, drew lock. We got a Christopher Paso from CBS sports Jona Williams from Alabama. There's always one right? Yeah. There's always one guy. That's like, no. It's totally outside the not that they couldn't use the tackle. But Landseer line from NFL dot com. Drew lock Bucky Brooks, greedy Williams. Eddie Brown from the San Diego union Tribune wire they okay? Well, they don't have. They don't have any feel started about so Daniel Jones from Duke. Okay. And then Daniel Jeremiah, Devon white from LSU, I really like him. And then Mel kiper also has Andre Baker. I if they're gonna go the the San Diego union Tribune when we do our mock drafts once we were going to have our path to the draft again this year where you'll be able to do a mock draft. And if your mock draft is the best Mark draft, you'll get prizes and went on once. I once we put out Armonk drafts. If they're going to put San Diego paper in here. I want our mock drafts to make the Broncos right conglomeration. No kidding. Because we're closer to eight six zero zero four six what do you think? Todd mcshay has him taking corner at ten and only two quarterbacks going in the first round you like that scenario for the Denver Broncos two eight six zero four six we will. We will take your thoughts on that. Maybe get some Kevin Durant audio to before the absent caps takeover. And that all will be after we take a look at your Thursday afternoon commute. Here's an Xtra sports.
Malware Attack Delays Newspaper Deliveries Across the Country | Digital Trends
"The origins of a suspected computer attack that disrupted the Los Angeles Times and the Tribune publishing newspapers around the country remain unclear after causing delivery delays and being brought to the attention of federal investigators. Now, the San Diego union Tribune publisher Jeff light described the incident as what now seems to have been a malicious attack on the company by computer hackers in a message posted to the newspaper's
Tribune Publishing Fights Cyberattack, Resumes On-Time Deliveries
"The form of real are. Why UK ransomware Tribune publishing said the LA times and San Diego union Tribune earlier this year me the LA times. Tribune publishing sold the LA times and the San Diego union for five hundred million to Dr Patrick soon. Shiong the biotech billionaire here in Los Angeles. An advisory to the US department of health and human services cybersecurity program earlier this year described real attacks is highly targeted well resourced and planned and they are ransomware. And usually the first outbreak of this started a couple years ago, and it was usually targeting HMO's and a couple of hospitals. I think early on in Kentucky and Tennessee they had their systems locked up and some cyber interwebs, computer. Basement hacker said we'll unlike your computer for a million of bitcoin, or whatever they started paying whatever the ransom was it wasn't ridiculous. It wasn't like ninety million dollars or anything like that. It was enough that they could actually cobbling together and get the site unlocked and many many experts at at wired and the rest are saying that was probably a big mistake to do that that that affectively what that was was the equivalent of having your kid kidnapped and the kidnapper saying, we can do this real quick for five thousand bucks, but you can never ever report me to anyone. And so you go do it you get the kid back, and you don't warn the FBI or anyone that there's a guy out there, you know, kidnapping kids that this is settled very quickly, it'd probably shouldn't have been. But so anyway for the LA times. I I guess no harm no foul or or whatever. Yes. Guess what? All you LA, USD studs. The if your kids are at the in the LA USD the district is planning on using subs. If the teachers go on strike, they're making a Raymond's to go back to school with or without full-time. Teachers hundreds of substitutes have been tapped in case staffers. Go ahead of the strike on January tenth some say. It's a sign a deal is not incite hundreds of schools across LA layers set to go back to school a week from tomorrow and one local who spokesman CBS channel to Los Angeles says her kids won't be in the classroom full-time teachers aren't there with them? Oh, sorry, lady. Jenness Schwartz says, quote, everything they're asking for is for us it benefits us they want. Smaller classroom sizes. They want less testing. I'm keeping my kids home. We don't cross picket lines close. You know, what they always say that crap they say at a lower student, whatever ratio. But winds up happening is they continue hiring one administrator per three teachers. It's it's ridiculous. If it if it did actually lead to lower teacher to student ratios than that would be a first fairly unified, which which by the way, again, you're not being anti union. You're not being a scab if he's simply point out that that LA unified is a vast multibillion dollar annual budget. It's the second largest school district in America. And it has some of the worst outcomes in the entire country like fifty percent graduation rate, and that they have ample budget for smaller class sizes. Do you really think teachers are going out on strike because they want fewer students in their honestly. But go ahead. Go ahead up. Your virtue signal is is left on. But you're not changing lanes. We'll be back next hour. The Chris boroughs postmortem has been done. But the toxicology will take weeks.
Cyber attack hits U.S. newspaper distribution
"Care or school lunch. Cyber attack apparently from outside the US has disrupted publishing for several newspapers. But share a production platform, the cyberattack led to distribution delays in the Saturday edition of the L A times, the San Diego union Tribune, the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and several other major newspapers. Correspondent Bill Michaels reports attack. Also, just ruptured west coast distribution of the Wall Street
"union tribune" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Radio is he good here is down in Miami with ROY and Chris Cody and Allison via text up here in Bristol, Randy Scott with outsider and Bubba, and I thought for a while, Liam was in there. He might still be there. No, no, he's not. He's listening though all was listening. So that conversation with Philip, how of the Florida paper? I times union baby times union. It got me thinking of other like awkward interactions or even aggressive interactions with athletes or sports figures that I've had in in my career. And have you had a lot? Not a lot, but. But I think I mean, I can think of a few like Barry Bonds was less than pleasant back in three when I was I was interning out in San Diego and I didn't really. It was one of those like the San Diego like the San Diego union Tribune, which is probably what major confused at the time. That is the paper of record out there. Yes, that's exactly how they ROY called you out on that one. All right. Thank you, ROY for hold me and check when I don't need it. I need it several minutes ago and I don't need it now. No, but I I was with was I, I was entering it at the ABC affiliate, and they were like, hey, giants are in town. Can you get out to Qualcomm the q. as they call it, they're like, can you get out there? You wanna hold the mic and ask the question. I was like, sure. So I got, I go out with the photographer though the videographer and he is snickering and sort of like laughing the whole way. And he was asking me questions like leading, I'm twenty one and he's like, he's accelerate excited like he could tell I was out right? Like. It's it's the Barry Bonds. I'm going to go ask very bonds questions as crazies. Oh, three. Like people kind of thought he was ROY it up but didn't quite know. And maybe we're still low willing to look the other way and and I was like, yeah, I'm excited. He's like, yeah. Oh, you're excited. And it was one of these like I was being led to what was inevitably going to happen, which is overeager twenty one year old as a question and gets publicly embarrassed by future disgraced, homerun, king in. That's exactly what happened guy. Cool. I asked him up, they'll men. They'd won judge when like six or seven games in a row. They're playing really well, and it was right for the last series before the all star break. And I said something like first of all, roomful of grown grizzled. You know, sports writers for the union Tribune, right? And the room for these guys in no one is asking him a question after the media guy is open it up to questions, and you're wondering why. And I'm like, well, all the question and I step up and I'm like, hey, you guys are won seven in a row heading into the break. Is there a part of you that thinks that which is the break was in time? That question was twenty one and and he was like, he craned his head to find who had asked the question even though it was very apparent that I was the only person with a voice under forty there, and he goes, are we? You know, he repeated the question. He was like, what kind of a stupid question is that have you ever? It was basically like, have you ever played? Of course, we need a break. You don't wanna grind this with this is how much work does all that stuff. So yeah. So that was my very, that's like going in cold like against Gregg, Popovich or something. You are definitely not suit. You gotta be prepared in that situation. You can't go in blind an interview with Barry Bonds. I don't think I've ever had like an intimidating situation where somebody tried purposely to intimidate me during an interview at least not that I can remember..
Woman had C-section without anesthesia, lawsuit says
"Fair press whatever happened to honest reporting now. White, House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also weighed in about the characterization. A Thursday she was pressed by CNN's at Jim Acosta Sanders refused to distance, herself from the label pasta walked out. Of that briefing in protest we will bring that we will bring that to exchange. You right here on America's First News well a deluge of rain in Virginia's prompted evacuations. Below an overflowing dam the national weather service set up to six inches of rain fell within hours filling college lake near Lynchburg beyond capacity the failure of that dam could flood parts of Lynchburg with seventeen feet, of water in. Just seven minutes officials are reporting the. Dams imminent, failure at about nine thirty pm they. Were still looking for signs of structural damage early today as water spilled over the dam threatening about one hundred twenty four houses, at local fire and police are. Sending boats to rescue, people to areas. Shelters a flash flood Watch is in effect until eleven AM the mother and father of a missing college students are. Pleading, for anyone who have abducted their daughter to let her go and. Claim reward money Laura Calderwood and rob Tibbets said Thursday that they think their, daughter twenty year old Molly Tibbets is. Alive and may have been kidnapped family and friends of my art our daughter and. Our sister Molly Tibbets would like to announce that we have set up a bring Molly. Tibbets home safe reward find at first state Bank here in Brooklyn I what we believe that Molly is still alive and if someone has abducted her we are pleading with you to please release her as ten, o'clock this morning We have raised one hundred and seventy two thousand dollars that would be paid to, you as. Soon as Molly is faithfully home you can. Contact crime stoppers central Iowa at one hundred or five to one one one one, or Email your tip online at WWW crime stoppers of central Iowa dot com Holding up just fine we're sending our personal feelings aside this is a fight And so we have all the tools that we can use and I wanna thank the media for coming here and helping us to share this. Story because we are. Told very little by the authorities over. Very good reasons they are credible. Partners they put together Credible. Investigation it's large instigated. It's a Greg And have been nothing but. Sensitive tar family and to suggest otherwise wrong but they're not sharing information with us because they don't need to share information. With, someone who might be implicated in this now friends say Molly had been planning to travel to. The Dominican Republic this week for a wedding Tibbets was lasting jogging on the evening of July eighteenth and tragedy out of Philadelphia where a thirty two year old boy was. Mauled, by, pit bulls inside of a home police say responding officers could see the child being attacked through the, front door and fired shots at the, dogs killing one. Animal and wounding two others Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross has officers at. First were not able to enter that. Home Wednesday evening. Tragedy me around Break so hard to. Poor little baby Injured and ultimately killed fashion And the impact that it has on everybody up sleet, at family, first and foremost the neighbors but even the police officers who had to witness that had to be teaching and tactical about how the inner has not Create additional injury to that baby and that was not an easy thing to do Given. The fact that the dogs were still charging them While this was happening. Is so horrible all the way around all the worst describe Her last. Name No indications Fighting In, fact The house was in disarray other than, you know the. Cages inside This is a bit of a, mystery to us All indications are is that One of the occupants of the house went. To let the dog, outside they. All came out you know so we're looking to see whether there. Was neglect involved right now we don't have. Any obvious signs of that I know, a lot of, people say Dogs with us. Napa to determine that somebody's personal business I know they're in horrible pain as you might imagine By the time the police got there. We we surmise that his show. Baby was already gone You know they they made a value Beginning to save. The baby under some, very difficult circumstances so Some very powerful animals charging. You Three other people were, in the house at the. Time but we're not injured authorities say it was the little boys and house police are reviewing whether any charges should be filed against the, homes residents just a tragic story and a woman is suing a southern California hospital because she says she. Underwent a cesarean section without anesthesia according, to the San Diego union Tribune the lawsuit claims an anesthesiologist didn't immediately answer pages at Tri city. Medical center in oceanside last November so the. Emergency operation was, performed without him the lawsuit says Delvina Motha was more than forty one weeks pregnant when she checked into. The hospital and delivery became urgent after. Staff couldn't detect fetal heart rate the lawsuit says the twenty six. Old passed out from the pain she did end. Up delivering a healthy baby girl. So good.
JK Craig Venter Institute, Cormon and Cindy Burkey discussed on First Light
"The islands arts community get back on. Its feet, after hurricane Maria, Rhonda says he'll donate all of the profits from his Broadway hit on its performed in Puerto Rico. In January I five included dance school and a theater company fault ever Rodriguez. CBS news Maybe Cormon. Killed police looking for answers I'm Cindy Burkey that's one of the stories. We're following on AM seven sixty a twenty four year old woman shot to death in oceanside apartment complex has been identified as. Devan right out a Camp. Pendleton navy, Cormon police arrested twenty five year old Eduardo are you'll look on suspicion of murder the to live in the same, complex but police say there's no known connection between the suspect and the victim A. Man suspected of stealing a car from a dealership was arrested around noontime Sunday. After leading police. On a chase. From current Mesa into Miramar the thirty minute high speed chase happened on highway fifty two and up the fifteen freeway an. Influential San Diego genetic researcher is under fire as the institute. Bearing his, name faces a lawsuit the union Tribune reports human longevity of LA Hoya is suing the JK Craig Venter institute for allegedly. Stealing trade secrets AM seven sixty k. FM be talk and breaking news Good morning and welcome to first light from Westwood.
Human Longevity sues J. Craig Venter Institute, alleging theft of trade secrets
"For the coast a for profit genetic research center is suing a San Diego nonprofit named, for j, Craig Venter a researcher, whose work sped the sequencing of the human genome the union, Tribune reports, human longevity of LA Hoya, is, alleging that the j Craig Venter institute. Benefited from secrets stolen from the. Company laptop good. Times had by all this weekend at comic con international at about one hundred and thirty thousand fans. Attended in sports Padres follow the Phillies five. Zero partly cloudy and seventy five degrees AM seven sixty k..
Push toward immigration votes intensifies GOP divide
"Is a bloomberg press title published by wiley available wherever books and e books are sold now the news the push toward an immigration vote in the house has intensified the divide among the gop president trump plans to meet next week with house republicans to discuss the immigration proposals before them pope francis spoke out against abortion due to the possibility of a birth defect correspondent bill michaels has details speaking to a confederation of italian family group saturday pope francis at children should be accepted as they come as god sends them even if at times they're sick he called it a white gloves version of what the nazis did to pursue the pureness of race the sale of the l a times and the san diego union tribune to billionaire dr patrick soon sean is closed on monday he shelling out five hundred million dollars for the two news organizations along with the spanish language newspaper hoy and some community newspapers from chicago base trunk i'm barbara kusak i'm barry ritholtz or on our democracy on or on our political process.
Candidate for California governor Amanda Renteria: The Union-Tribune interview
"Republican who doesn't vote in primaries you're going to walk in the voting booth and not have anybody to vote for i think that is a structural problem for this california primary but the bottom line is so far democrats avoided a lot of problems that people thought they were gonna have out of these primaries no big divisions a lot of women candidates are they're pretty happy with a slate they have john take this threat and run with it what do you see as the national implications of california vote hold on to all of their seats with the exception of that one which in my opinion is tossed up i can see you itching i i will because in fact a what china's overlooking in that analyses right and what he said is that the democratic turnout in twenty eighteen in this primary was much higher than it wasn't twenty fourteen a lot of democratic voters particularly among latinos and young people don't vote in this primary so for the very same reason democrats feel good about this because their candidates collectively got a whole lot more votes in this primary in two thousand eighteen than they did in two thousand fourteen when of course they took a shellacking so the trend they see is positive john you agree no well it twenty fourteen the republican wave stopped at the sierra nevada's that was a good year for democrats in the state of california the republicans i talk to including strategist that are running those races think that they're guys have a pretty good chance of getting reelected donald trump according to one consultant in orange county has a fifty percent approval rating in that county i just don't see so many of them being in trouble now or we'll find out soon but i think the actual number of democrats who turned out was consistent with the the higher participation by democrats around the country in the special elections more primary oh shoot i.
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