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Los Angeles - Lori Loughlin Will Serve 2-Month Prison Sentence At Victorville Federal Prison
"Laughlin will be heading to the high desert to serve her prison sentence will be incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville for her role in the college admission scandal, according to court papers. Judge signed off on the actresses request to serve her two month term at the medium security federal prison camp. Walkmans husband clothing designer Massimo JIA, newly will serve his five month sentence had a low security federal prison for men in Santa Barbara County.
Lori Loughlin Will Serve 2-Month Prison Sentence At Victorville Federal Prison, Northwest of Los Angeles
"Will serve her two month prison sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Victor Ville for her role in the college admission scandal. According to court papers. Her husband, clothing designer Mossimo generally will serve his five month sentence at the low security, federal prison for men. That's it a lot long park in Santa Barbara County. The two paid $500,000 in half a million dollars in bribes to get their daughters admitted to USC. Ah judge has ordered both to serve under their respective to their respective prisons. On November 19th
Feds to review investigations into two Black men found hanging in California
"In southern California the investigation continues for the LA county sheriff's office to the deaths of two black men who were found hanging from trees just fifty miles apart both whose deaths were initially labeled a suicide in the department of justice saying overnight they are actively reviewing the investigations into the hanging deaths of two African American men in the cities of Palmdale and Victorville assessing whether racism played a role it comes after the LA sheriff's changed course in the mysterious hanging death of twenty four year old Robert
Officials investigate 2 hanging deaths of black men near Los Angeles, California
"In Southern, California thank you calls for an independent investigation tonight into two separate deaths striking similarities, both men were found hanging from trees, and while neither death has been classified as suspicious families want answers. Here's Miguel Almaguer. The bodies of Robert Fuller in Malcolm harsh were discovered hanging from trees in to public venues ten days and fifty miles apart, though police say, neither death appears to be connected or shows any indication of foul play tonight there shocking deaths are leading to calls for the State Attorney General to investigate. Here one thing that we hear another. We just WanNa know know the. Twenty four year old Robert Fuller's body was discovered hanging from a tree in a park near Palmdale. City Hall the La County. Sheriff's office I saying the scene appeared to be a suicide then today, deferring the official cause of death investigators will now examine the rope, and not to see how it was tied in his our interest to make sure that will leave. No rock unturned. Comes as protesters demanded an independent probe and a homicide investigation. We want truth we want enters. We demand answers now with authorities found Malcolm harsh his body, hanging your local library in homeless encampment in Victorville. They indicated no signs of foul play the cause of death, still pending but harsh. His family says this was not a suicide. Had talked to. You before we had made plans to see each other. The harsh family also noted the current racial tension and protests in this country, adding the death of a black man found hanging from a tree does not sit well or make sense tonight. California's attorney general and the F. B. I. Getting involved looking into the death of two black men, raising questions across the country. Miguel Almaguer NBC News Los
Families Challenge Suicide in Deaths of Black Men Found Hanging From Trees in South California
"Couple of the troubling cases in southern California I want to mention authorities in southern California city of Palmdale understand the death of a twenty four year old black man found hanging from a tree near city hall they originally described as an apparent suicide and that prompted outrage in the community his name was was Robert fuller and when the emergency personnel arrived they said he appeared to have died by suicide so that was one thing and then there was a another incident that occurred in southern California in December Dino county the in the Victorville area a couple weeks ago a thirty eight year old man was found hanging in a tree near the Victorville city library and they're saying again falsely not suspected in his death either as I just can't say that it should be this is a very weird thing and they are investigating and I think it's a good thing there's less to getting you know many ways to die okay but considering the current racial tension a black man hang himself from a tree definitely doesn't sit well with people right now and I would agree wholeheartedly with their calls for a full investigation I think that that should occur immediately in both those cases maybe they were maybe they were so size but it's weird to have two black men being hung you know paying them into the couple weeks of each other especially giving the what's going on during this time so I'm with the people are calling for the investigation and that should be done it should be transparent that should happen right now
Cops investigate hanging death of black man in Los Angeles County
"Palmdale California authorities are investigating the death of a twenty four year old black man found hanging from a tree the death is brought to light the death of another black man found hanging from a tree may thirty first in Victorville forty five miles east of
Los Angeles - Victorville gym reopens, defies CA's stay-at-home order
"Southern California gym owner defying stay at home orders by re opening its business CBS to joy Benedict has more from the gym in Victorville it's a scene we haven't seen in awhile as those looking to stay in shape were running lifting working out all inside a gym I don't hear for athletes showed up early at the gym in Victorville anxious to get back to work I have of some bad knees you know the machines a lot easier to work out on the facility's owner defied state and county orders by opening back up to the public on may first I think the owner is doing a great job trying to find ways to keep it open all four of the gems in southern California are open for business it's about being free having that choice having that choice to go where we can't cannot go owner Jacob Lewis argues that gyms are essential when he's heard from members who say they then can contemplating suicide due to the state home order the city came to the gym on Friday and gave the gym three days to shut its doors but Lewis says he'll fight any fines or citations
California man arrested in Colorado suspected of killing girlfriend, her sons
"Man suspected of murdering his girlfriend and her two sons in Samper to Dino county has been arrested in Colorado Cindy Bachman with the county sheriff's department tells Kate ex deputies were called to the woman's home in Victorville yesterday morning and there were signs of some type of struggle inside but no one was home call from an off roader who's out in the town of apple valley out in kind of the rule area in the desert and he says that he has discovered the bodies of three individuals that's when deputies intensified their search for Luiz LU Serra who they believed was armed and dangerous deputies in eagle county Colorado call then this afternoon that he was in custody after he allegedly stole the vehicle and was stopped following a pursuit sheriff's officials did not say if deputies had been called to the home previously but they do say lucerna was not the father of the two children who were
"victorville" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now here's here's thirty three minutes after the hour the special edition on the coronavirus and travel what do we think about it the Asian I talked to them who knows all things about aviation Margaret Valerie who runs the show by way from the what really made voiding usually group out there Colorado how are you Sir good day Sir I'm doing just fine how about you stay healthy that's what we're trying to do here on the bumper of my question of course deals with the extraordinary circumstances we see ourselves room especially in the area of airlines not just domestically but worldwide and what I'm seeing here and you see it almost at the same time I do you're saying your lights parking car fleets but with some exceptions stopping cars service I found it remarkable the video to see the runway at the Atlanta airport one of the place closed down just to be able to park delta airlines airplanes up I started Victorville California in Tulsa Oklahoma one of the easiest if it's astounding what it is we have an airline industry but no business for the airline industry today either it's certificates is this nobody wants to fly therefore we have an industry that doesn't have any customers and it went literally zero in like sixty seconds it just disappeared it's not like the bumpers are down the numbers don't exist of the not yet the actual load factor today for delta airlines of accordion is eleven percent yeah and what that says is you have a business you don't have customers to be real honest government bailouts not withstanding the best thing these companies could do for their employees in the future is just shut down Patel but seven to ten days restructure for what the future is and move on one like this is just wasting money and it's not going to help anything I don't know and the bail out of the century a temporary fix but I think we need to go beyond that that's why I'm talking to you as to where do we go into one how do we heard from this what's gonna look like we're gonna see some different planes that's for sure because this particular crisis allowing or forcing depending on what side of the fence you're sitting on your life your retirement number older airplanes earlier so the seven fifty sevens are American seven sixty sevens are American made even some Airbus three thirties and then you're seeing their lives overseas using this as a moment to literally retired their there they're super jumbos BA three other the issue here today is that there aren't that many older airplanes left out the U. I think you just ran the whole litany of them we have hundreds of thousands of perfectly good net new generation airplanes hitting the ground they're orphans in many cases because the companies that had the before it won't be around so we're gonna have an issue of no fewer airlines out there particularly elsewhere in the world but here in the US I think what going to see number one is you're going to see a wide bodies more wide bodies park and you're gonna see a lot of fifty three jets not this guy because they depend on it the the operation of those airplanes by major airlines within their system depends entirely on the amount of traffic that's going through their system which at best we project will be fifteen percent lower than two thousand nineteen when we get back to normal that's it is very significant there's a lot of but I guess the one community in the south disgustingly yeah the layoff employees but the next thing they did after they laid off all these employees they went and hired a consultant to find more airlines that is so we're responsible but reality has to come to our air transportation system so what you're predicting is not surprisingly either failure of consolidation not just Europe especially overseas oversee the consolidation is happening every day I get a report more airlines have shut down here in the west let's remember mergers are messy I don't think mergers are gonna be in the cards the R. line industry is pretty dang healthy I think what we're going to find is just smaller airlines not fewer of them necessarily so this issue of mergers and all consolidation into there but it's going to be more like fewer airplanes going to fewer places and that economic reality regardless with little community who would like to say from the old days of the essential air services walk which has been imposed a lot of things on the books anymore may have to be re involved if at all well it should be re invoke right right right now we we are wasting money for politicians hubris like you before this happened pueblo Colorado within forty forty minute drive to Colorado springs but we're spending what five eight million dollars a year so we went into your plans to Denver that kind of nonsense has to stop in the end the politicians that we're pushing that they got to get some reality and stop wasting our money flying to remember if a small communities airport does not have their service that doesn't mean they're cut off from the rest of the world like to peek a Kansas has greater services called Kansas city and that's where people are going on they always will we got to recognize that stop squandering money on essential air service or politicians who say look what I have well you know we go back to the days when you're hundreds of communities every year approach Southwest Airlines to start service there and Southwest Airlines would turn down almost all of them because when they did their research that found out at least thirty percent of the market in that city was already driving to a nearby airport we're selfless you're one thirty four I have this all over me what we have Lakeland Florida claimed one Ayrshire with whatever service and nobody told them we give you good service through Orlando you have six hundred flights a day within an hour away at two airports you have politicians saying we got to have service at the local airport that nobody will use the V. R. two flights in Lakeland they're still driving to Oakland to Orlando so we've got to get that reality down in this this virus situation is only going to accelerate it well the bottom line is when we come back I want to talk to you about what it means for airfare and what it means for moving forward not to mention what it means for Boeing we haven't talked about that.
Grinding to a Halt
"It started off initially the night trump head incorrectly of course he incorrectly announced the travel ban into the US which turned out not to be a full ban at turned out to be limiting non residents and and non-citizens into the US. And we were trying to keep track of what routes were still operating routes. Were suspended which the time was a pretty doable concept but it so quickly morphed into what airlines are operating what capacity and what airlines are not operating at all for the time being and on top of that which airlines will never be operating again. Which is something. I expected to be tracking this week. Yeah I I mean when when you sent me the initial Spreadsheet and said. Do you want to help and I said sure that seems like something that we can kind of keep track out and look into schedules and things like that and then that just became an impossible task to to track individual rights when when airlines started moving towards. We're going to reduce forty percent of our capacity fifty percent sixty seventy eighty and now. The top of the sheet is just airlines. That are not operating flights right so we are currently tracking forty two airlines. That are completely one hundred percent grounded either now or in the very immediate future at ranges from tiny little Air Antwerp all the way to the bottom of the list. The Yemenia Airways sunwing in their Philippines Montenegro locked jet to Egypt there Cayman Airways Airlines from every region. All over. The planet have ceased operating entirely. And that's not even considering airlines at our ninety nine percent grounded such as Ryanair. Sas who have tons of group as a whole believe is ninety. Eight percent cut Air France. Ninety percent. Cathay Ninety percent tap ninety percent. Norwegian eighty-five doubt. They see the other end of this crisis. Korean Air Eighty five percent American Airlines fifty percent as of now but that will probably be going up. Some of the domestic. Us airlines are doing slightly better. Jet Blue has cut forty percent Hawaiian forty percent spirit down to twenty percents southwest really only twenty percent right now the Middle Eastern Airlines. Haven't done all that much. I believe guitar is just a five percent cut right now and I haven't heard much of Andy had or or Emerets but it is truly a global without exception circumstance right now. Yeah so we've started tracking since this began to sets of numbers. We've always tracked our our daily statistics so the total number of flights tracked we all. We've always kept track of that We've recently expanded things on the site to to give a better picture of that. We went from thirty day graft to a ninety day graph as well and we've also edited a moving average there to kind of keep track of things are headed for the first time so today's the nineteenth on the eighteenth of March that was the first time global tracking went down So we are now one percent below where we were at the same time last year. And that's the first time all all the the total number has dropped down. We've also started keeping track of what we're calling commercial flights so those are are scheduled passenger and cargo flights and those numbers are nine percent below where they were last year and and that is an and so that's not nine percent below where we thought they would be or were they were projected to be because I was looking at four point one percent increase for passenger traffic this year and I think a two percent increase for cargo traffic this year so nine percent below last year is an even bigger drop than than what we would expect to have seen this year all things being equal yes so everywhere across the globe capacity cuts in an actual fights operating is is pretty stark this year. Yeah and it's only I mean the will post a graph in in the show notes. But it's were looking at total flights tracked you know in the Below the twenty. Seventeen range now So we've I mean wiped out real gains in in less than a week and and that's going to that's going to continue as airlines wind down it major airlines down a vast majority of the operations looking at the US Delta American united are all parking aircraft at various airports around the US Delta's moving things to to Birmingham Alabama and Miranda Penal Park in Arizona United is using Victorville And also their hub airports The the new Berlin airport is finally getting Getting some use with storage for Lufthansa's fleet So that's a I guess you know an interesting move but they've got That positive note or just some. It's just it's just a data point that I mean it's airlines are soul. Looks like a parking lot Frankfort looks like a parking lot Vienna looks like a parking lot. The these things that you know they just seem so unimaginable a few weeks ago in this this you have no idea. Nobody knows what the outcome of this is Especially in Europe where this is particularly impactful airlines were already teetering on the edge a lot smaller airlines stopped operating. Recently a whole bunch of others were not in the greatest financial health. I wouldn't be surprised if several if not many European airlines do not survive this I mean flyby was the first domino to fall and that was the very early days of this whole outbreak We've had a couple airlines in the US that were about to start thinking about closing down. Maybe towards the end of the year Translate Airlines and now compass airlines have both decided The the Kutcher so dire at this point that they were going to ramp down towards the end of the year and they've decided what we will do it now because we're not fighting for anything right. I mean it's every new is already a sad situation with airlines shutting down in translates thankfully there was going to be some shuffling there but now I mean who knows and the one thing that has been pointed out I think is with all of these cuts keeping crews proficient and rated to fly. Whenever we do start flying again is going to be an interesting challenge. I was reading a bit about that this morning from a pilot who was concerned that that they weren't going to be able to to restart because they wouldn't be able to to legally operate the aircraft. I mean there's layers upon layers upon layers of things that no-one knows how this is going to work. No one really understands the the full impact of this and we're still kind of grappling through some of the minor in
"victorville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Details may have to wait until the results of the autopsy it is the forty third horse death at Santa Anita since December of twenty eighteen the sixth sense the new racing season started last December head of the Santa Monica mountains Conservancy says he will spend his own money if necessary to protect the last male mountain lion believed to be roaming in the area a second male was killed last month legally after attacking livestock an official with the National Park Service telling can actually understand the landowner frustration but killing that mountain lion was impractical the deprivation is just a short term solution likely another mile I would just come over and take over that range and you could have that problem again one that was killed been linked to a number of attacks over a two year period five year old boy has died after being attacked by the family's dog San Bernadino county sheriff's department says that it was a pit bull when it happened at the child's home your Victorville paramedics were called out can save the boy the boys cousin talked to CBS too he was a loving dog and he was not a vicious dog but how he snapped we don't understand dog was taken in by animal control but members of the UC Irvine a private for ten or they are going to be arraigned today in connection with the alcohol poisoning death of an under age frat member know what a mango died at the SAG house sigma alpha epsilon this was at a party last year on what's called the Big Brother night of police charged the man it was to make those designate a Big Brother with furnishing alcohol to a minor causing great bodily injury he could spend eighteen months in prison the other four face a maximum sentence of six months behind bars seven twenty again it was a denture money.
los Angeles: ‘He Wasn’t A Vicious Dog’: 5-Year-Old Dies After Dog Attack Near Victorville
"Period five year old boy has died after being attacked by the family's dog San Bernadino county sheriff's department says that it was a pit bull when it happened at the child's home your Victorville paramedics were called out can save the boy the boys cousin talked to CBS too he was a loving dog and he was not a vicious dog but how he snapped we don't understand dog was taken in by animal
"victorville" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Obviously we are up there in Victorville all about thirty minutes away from where this happened the big one that we had in July I I've always train my daughter not to panic I've always said to our whatever you do in life don't panic you can take to get through almost anything in life don't panic don't panic don't panic I bet I've I've been saying this tour since she was born and she's now fourteen don't panic don't panic so the big one hits the six point nine right around July fourth or fifth or six whenever that was and the whole house is shaking she has two friends over I open the door shop those two kids outside of my wife outside as it I'm going upstairs to grab my daughter I grew run upstairs like falling over the stairs to get up there and I get into my daughter's room shutter doors door close I'm you know my busted open I'm actually just Jekyll to handle it and she's standing there in a towel she just got out of the shower I guess so earthquake bigger earthquake let's go she says the me she goes yeah I'll throw sub mon I meet you downstairs and I'm like yeah yes there were two four do you need yeah hold panic a yeah but because when you have kids over it are not yours you feel almost more responsible definitely you know if anything were to happen to those kids man oh man that's on you all right we're all we're keeping an eye on this earthquake now there's anymore aftershocks and you don't feel on the bottom because this building I guess.
"victorville" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And I used to drive all the way from Victorville wow watch our Jeanne moos sure well one of the highlights is always your yourself putting your quarterback chart even the great rep far room shelf we we lost a billion enough and the few times we played them but they always fear junior cell he was the nicest man here it always go up to the fence and sign autographs which our second row right there one of the end zone H. one two and section thirty one and the address is stolen and god bless his family he was the nicest he was not he was a highlight that whole stadiums at fifty five so no I listen you're I've I've I want to keep going I live in San Diego I watch junior play U. S. C. and he was such an amazing amazing player I still think I have the video saved on YouTube of him play the ukulele Oceanside pirate high school Oceanside high school he played for the pirates yeah I mean that's one were I think when when I found out that he had they have passed away I said I I told Twitter I hated it because you're bringing me such awful news on one of my favorite players of all time yeah that's it that's one that I'm glad that you mentioned thank you for the call arm let me grab one more call Ellen Virginia welcome you're on CBS sports radio Hey good morning this is Nick good morning a blast of the past Christian aid all their guns and sunny Juergens and I was whatever you're going there because I was I didn't know his real name yeah specially one one hour Marty was as coach the eleventh when Marty with the over the hill gay yep they are going to Charlie Taylor in in in and Haraway right away and Billy okay my man I can ask you how are you we were coming up with this one well I'm old I'm not that old but I think you're not that old I mean but that's that's one where I was at all I have already sunny Juergens in in the real gang or legendary but wow that's a good why why they had even gone there because I don't know just thinking of the old red skins you know someone said brigands earlier and John Taylor the those are great red skins and I like this you guys would play again I I interned for awhile on on the CBS station in Washington and senator gets in was the sports caster when I went in the first night is falling for somebody and so I've always loved Sonny and he's just he could run for mayor of the city and when it and down wow all right I like that thank you so much for the call appreciate it will continue with you we'll take more your telephone because I I was I I'm gonna write this all with the to the finish line the you guys come up with great ideas would be smoke coming back to play for Seattle who else would you like to see come back and play just one more time eight five five two one two four two two seven I'm mature sitting in for Amy Lawrence on after hours this is CBS sports radio if you are behind on your bills than this messages for you how would you like to have a large portion.
"victorville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Newsradio it's nine twenty five are you doing your holiday shopping for the thieves look at that at the bottom of the hour now it's time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the finance Tim green wood we have a new problem thank you for the tipster call four oh five north bound just past the seven ten it's begun to rain on the South Bay curve again and this has caused at least part of this accident one of the cars has spun out the other one kind of floated around a bit we are at least blocking the second lane from the left if not the second and lane and the right most lane north bound for five just as you pass the seven ten watch out northbound on the one ten coming out of cars and we have a crash right there at torrents Boulevard that is a two car crash a pick up truck and a car it to be precise and that is blocking the slow lane of the north bound one ten just a little around the corner from that northbound four of five at the six oh five are sick alert is cancelled and lanes are now open traffic is recovering on that slow curve from the north four oh five to the north six oh five south on the fifteen at the runaway truck ramp we had a two car crash there because the south bound fifteen coming out of Cajon pass away from Victorville is now open and flowing and available to have folks get run into sixty east bound through your roof of valley we have some slowing as you approach the ninety one that is mostly left over road repair and a bit of whether they're all so next traffic report at nine thirty five AM Tim green wood with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio chili again tomorrow mostly in the fifties overnight lows thirties and forties we could see some scattered showers and snow showers tonight and overnight Long.
McStay murder trial: Man is convicted of killing family and burying their bodies in the Mojave Desert
"News. According, San Bernardino has announced the verdicts in the McStay family murder case, lead a jury above entitled action, find the defendant Charles Ray merit guilty of the offensive murder in the first degree mirrored her that four times he was convicted of killing his business partner, Joseph McStay, as well as mcstay's wife summer, and the couple's three and four year olds sons the mcstay's disappeared from their home in San Diego County in twenty ten their bodies were found three years later in shallow graves in the desert near victorville merit was accused of killing the stays because he was angry about being cut out of the business. He had with
"victorville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"We all wanna live in a world where you can go into any house of worship and pray to any God that you wanna pray to and feel safe. She says. She hopes comes a day when people never have to worry about their own safety at houses of worship. But until then she says, she's keeping her head on swivel Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. There isn't a report out of the Anti-Defamation League that found hateful incidents against Jews are on the rise in the US fifty nine people were physically assaulted thirty nine separate incidents last year that triple the total from twenty seventeen searches home for the hit and run driver that killed a man crossing the street in Torrance to that scene right down. Here is Craig Ventner victim eighty one years of age he was in a crosswalk. You're a dilemma boulevard and Marin avenue this is in Torrance in the driver of a four door Honda sedan. Was traveling eastbound did have a green light for whatever reason didn't stop a hits. This guy just keeps going and that eighty one year old died here at the scene. So the search is on for the person who's behind the wheel of that Honda again described as a four door Honda sedan. It's either gray or blue. In color has significant front end damage the person again died at the scene and all the information. They have is just about the color of that car doors, and the fact that it does have that front end damage live in Torrance, Craig Victor can extend seventy NewsRadio amber Dina, Kenny sheriff's department is still looking for this missing six year old boy whose body they think is in a landfill in victorville. Investigators say they believe Duke Flora's was dumped in a trash, man. His mother told deputies last Thursday that he had been missing for two weeks. New leads led detectives to arrest the mother and the boy's aunt VIN charged with one count each of murder. Six.
Southwest Boeing 737 Max makes emergency landing at Orlando airport
"News. Despite the worldwide grounding of all seven thirty seven max planes. Amac's eight was in the air yesterday and was forced to make an emergency landing. Corwin Hake is here to tell us what happened engine. Trouble reportedly forced the crew of a Southwest Airlines. Seven thirty-seven max to declare an emergency shortly after takeoff from Orlando international airport in Florida. Yes, the max fleet is grounded but fill the bowl with CNBC. Says this was not a commercial flight. It was very Floyd to be stored in victorville, California that we're south west is parking these planes while they originally grounded by the FAA, the emergency landing was apparently had nothing to do with issues that grounded the max line a statement from Southwest Airlines says pilots reported a performance issue with one of the engines shortly after take off the Stephen goes on to say the crew followed protocol and safely landed back at the airport. There were no passengers
Boeing 737 Max 8 makes emergency landing
"A Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft operated by Southwest Airlines in a safe emergency landing Tuesday plane, one of many grounded by the FAA was being relocated at the time. Correspondent drew Griffin. This flight eight seven zero one nobody was on board. This was southwest basically trying to move a seven three seven max, which is grounded ferry this plane over to victorville, California, whether storing them we're told by the FAA that they declared an emergency shortly. After takeoff reported
Southwest Boeing 737 Max jet makes emergency landing
"Another incident involving a Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet. The FAA says the Southwest Airlines plane with no passengers on board made an emergency landing after taking off from Orlando international airport this afternoon the plane landed safely back at the airport. The crew declared an emergency after experiencing an apparent engine problem. The aircraft was being moved to victorville California where south
U.S. airlines prepare for 737 MAX tests, Southwest parks jets near desert
"With Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets now grounded because two recent deadly crashes Southwest Airlines has decided to move its entire fleet of Boeing max jets to the airfield in victorville southwest says there is just limited space at the nation's airports four planes that are not flying and Ross Aamer a pilot with more than forty five years of experience flying. Big jets says it's also a matter of money if you keep these airplane around different airports don't have room for them. And it's very costly to let's say keep an airplane in LAX or any of the air. Abra has lots of experience flying Boeing jets. But he says this about the problems with the seven thirty seven Knox planes. They always made the greatest airplanes. I've I've flown every Boeing gear is and loved and respected the airplane, and I felt safe, but you know, sadly, Boeing they screwed up. They they became greedy. And they didn't do the normal job did. And and they're gonna pay for it southwest does point out that having the planes in one place, we'll make for a more efficient way to make the necessary repairs. When bowling does provide software enhancements meant to make the planes
"victorville" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Scandia is still has to places open victorville and Sacramento. Some of the rides and arcade games from the location, Ontario are moving up the fifteen city leaders in LA have tried a new way to break with President Trump the council passed a resolution declaring L A sanctuary city councilman guilty DIO says it's a value statement, Sal them in the history of this nation as a present presidential campaign been launched with such hate such vitriol such racism, he says the resolution passed yesterday doesn't actually change policies. But he says the city isn't going to judge people on when or how they got here. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A tiger at the London zoo has killed the female tiger. That was supposed to become its mate the male tiger arrived at the zoo last week. The zoo says Friday that the this was the first day. The Tigers were placed in the same enclosure, the two big cats had been expected to breed as part of a conservation program. For endangered animals only about five hundred to six hundred cemetery and Tigers live in the wild a hall, monitor at a high school in Baltimore has been shot by a man visiting the school the school employee is in serious but stable condition. Police say they believe the shooter was trying to confront someone at a meeting being held at the school. Officers were in the main office at the time of the shooting and quickly arrested. The accused shooter federal safety officials knew the pilot evolved any fatal crash in Yorba, Linda, he had been disciplined for dangerous flying the LA times reports records indicate Antonio any lost his pilot's license for one hundred twenty days in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven after flying from Vegas to Long Beach in cloudy. Icy weather and falsely told an air traffic controller he had instrument clearance, past knees license was reportedly pulled for thirty days in one thousand nine hundred eighty because his plane was judged on airworthy Palestinian four people on the ground were killed when his Cessna broke apart and crashed last weekend. Erin bender KFI news. Ikea has irked some Kiwis a. Shopper in the US recently noticed Keogh was selling a world map without New Zealand an internet post made its way to New Zealand were I ki- is planning to build a mega store the emission of New Zealand from maps has happened. So many times it has become a running joke on the island last year comedian made a video about the apparent conspiracy is big bigger than we thought bigger than the moon landing and Loch Ness combined. Which by the way, is one of my theories of those things that combined. The prime minister even made a cameo in the video calling for helping putting New Zealand back on the map cops and mineral beach, South.
Jimmy Kimmel is hiring federal employees during government shutdown
"Solution for at least a handful of federal workers. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch hidden and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to be it started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that paper CBS news.
Politicians cannot block social media foes: U.S. appeals court
"Studio gets the thumbs down from the nation's highest court. The supreme court declined to consider reviving a lawsuit by actress Olivia too heavily. Against twenty-first-century Century, Fox accusing the studio falsely portraying her in a miniseries about a famous feud between fellow actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. The one two year old to Haviland contends the series damage to reputation by portraying her as a gossip and a hypocrite the series feud aired in two thousand seventeen the case was thrown out by California state appeals court last year on first amendment grounds. Jim Chenevey, CBS news, even more bragging rights. We'll take it for eagles nation. Tv ratings NFL's wildcard round were significantly up this year. The NFL says an average of twenty eight point four million people watched the four wildcard match-ups up twelve percent over last year and particular the final game of the weekend. The four forty eastern time matchup on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and defending world champion. Philadelphia. Eagles was watched by thirty five point nine million people making it the most watched wildcard game on record Sunday's bears. Eagles matchup peaked at forty five point one million viewers during the final. Nine minutes in which the bears missed a last second field goal. The league says that game was also the most watched television show period since last year Super Bowl. Fifty two digital streaming of the games. Also was up one hundred thirty nine percent over last season. I'm John Stolnis. Late night comedy, stump at one that certainly is raising awareness. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news.
"victorville" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Westbrook. Talking about his astonishing book up sixty six was used to be a photographer attributed of teachers out west. Took this. Should without knowing much about route sixty six hundred sort of odyssey. You really really got. What did you get hooked on the first trip was on the first when you met ROY Rogers, and Dale Evans that would probably go you did that happen. I met came across ROY. And Dale on the very first day of the very first trip a stopped and victorville in one of my guide says. Roy Rogers fans, and borderline necrophiles. Who want to see a stuffed horse should stop at the museum and you being curious fellow? I wanna see a stuffed or I want to see a stuffed horse. So I walk up to the front of museum. There's a guy smoking out front, and he says if you hurry, you can see ROY and Dale in there. I didn't even know they were still do you? Did you know who they were you kind of knew the names, I knew them quite walk as my new my mom was a huge Dale Evans fan when when she was a little out of worse in the book. It's fantastic. And I knew that she she wanted to be Dale Evans. I knew she was a real heroin to people. My mom, my mom in particular was a huge huge fan. So, but I had no idea they were still around. So I went I went inside. And there they were in the gift shop signing autographs. Roy is on a scooter that says on the front, it's this trigger three. Dales in next we'll share. And so I waited my turn everybody was getting their autographs, and I show I took out one of the cans, and I put it front of ROY. And I told them I wanted to take his picture with it. And so he must've looked like you were a lunatic. A campbell. Like that exactly. What he said was. I ain't never heard that one before. What he did? And Dale Waxman Armagh says he's probably telling you the truth. And he said, I didn't know he was I didn't say it was lying. Just never heard that one before interesting. So they so they met me they met me out back and. And indulge. You takes a little while they let me set up, and as I was taking getting it all set up. Roy was giving me a hard time. Are you? Sure. You don't have beer in. There is giving me a hard time. And then we made the pictures, and they both seem to get a kick out of it. And they each got in a separate mini van with one of their kids, and they drove away to separate doctor's appointments. And then and then that was it. He he passed away a few weeks, later, invasion, which start your your odyssey. It had to almost make you even more curious as you proceeded, and I'm not putting words in your mouth. But all the curious to meet a the people on the road. Is that true? Definitely I think that the people throughout this project have been. Sort of the key. That have kept me going. It's the most interesting to stop and talk to the people along the way. A lot of people said go russillo, sixty six six or wherever you want to say it as a as a. Drag old off the main line? I find from your book club sixty six that it. This is America man, a making too much of that was spoke. Now, that's that's exactly how I feel. It it takes you cross every demographic every political part of a different different parts of the country. But it's. I think there's it's sorta the magical place, and what I'm always looking for are these relics, and these these things that take us back to a different era on the route would also I mean, you say I think you say liberal, my is kind of eight time what you've created. Here's kind of time machine of sorts. It is not to a bygone America. But it's two way. I think he's still a little be drag. I'll give you there. But he's also pretty vibrant there. Yes over. Yeah. Definitely. And I think what I've seen I've been working on this for twenty years, and it has changed a lot in those twenty years now, you see preservation, and you see museums. And you see you see a lot of things coming back. But just over that over the course of that time..
"victorville" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Victor valley college in victorville was closed for the rest of the day because of a threat that includes included eating classes, a message in a restroom stall talked about a shooting at the school yesterday afternoon. Epistles say, they don't believe the threat is credible. Police were investigating the school's executive vice presidents has all classes and the rest of the college. Business activities will resume this morning as usual former vice president Joe Biden is giving a speech at a luncheon fundraiser at dawn, the west side for Senator Dianne Feinstein's re-election campaign event cost twenty seven hundred bucks. A head Biden scheduled was scheduled to speak at a pack fundraiser this evening in Beverly Hills. He's set to attend a rally at Cal State Fullerton today in support of six democratic congressional candidates. The US has cancelled a one thousand nine hundred fifty five treaty, affirming friendly relations with Iran because of the UN court ruling ordering the US to lift some sanctions against Iran. National security adviser John Bolton says the court has given her on a forum for propaganda Iranian regime has systematically pursued a policy of hostility toward the United States that defames the central premise of the treaty of amity. Bolton also announced the administration is pulling out of an amendment to the Vienna. Convention on diplomatic relations that Iran or others could use to sue the US at the Hague-based tribunal. Bolden says the provision violates US sovereignty a cheerleader in Michigan is taking the campaign for homecoming Queen seriously so seriously Hartford police want to talk to her about the marijuana laced brownies. She handed out last week as bribes four votes. Police say the clean contender is out of town at the moment. But the looking forward to a sit down when she gets back.
"victorville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Guns in Hauser it's important to realize that measles is transmitted by the respiratory, route so if you're in, the same room and breezy air and if you're not immune you. Can, acquire the infection. Pretty easily according, to guns in house there's no risk at those? Restaurants at this point in time me well worth it is many as half the immigrant detainees being held at the victorville federal prisoner under quarantine for, chicken pox dot Cording to the union that represents prison officials. Does not enough staff including healthcare workers to care for the detainees and attorneys have had, to temporarily cancel sessions to inform the immigrants about their legal rights Federal. Bureau of prisons officials would not. Comment on ongoing health issues citing pending litigation one death in an apartment fire in Silverlake according to l. a. fire department an elderly woman found dead in the chart jam packed apartment on riverside drive near Glen Dell boulevard firefighters say, there was a smoke alarm, which was sounding when they arrive there were no optional residential fire. Sprinklers well lawyers for two men charged in the deaths of thirty six people. In a warehouse fire and Oakland say that they're preparing for trial this after a. Plea deal broke down, and prosecutors broke off talks Derek Amina and max Harris appeared in court a judge ordered them to return in three weeks in order for the trial to be scheduled authorities have been unable to trace the source. Of an older that just about everybody in Orange County seems to, smell or quality regulators they may never know what caused the. Odor which was described as a, chemical lighter fluid smell it depends on whether, investigators were able to get, a good sample So we have that will be able to determine what those were Caps also hopefully if AGM dis Patrick Chandler says people from Huntington beach to Anaheim hills reported the odor and investigators were. Sent out right away but when, it comes to trapping a smell time is of the essence was the dissipates obviously because it's such a large area going. Up to the air there is no way to. Determine what, it was he says investigators, are in the. Lab analyzing their samples the incident has not been connected to similar. Events in previous years Cooper Rummell KNX ten seventy NewsRadio if you live in Riverside County and your interest in adopting, a dog or cat this might be a good weekend. And make that happen animal shelters will offer homeless dogs and cats. At. A reduced rate today it's part of a nationwide. Clear the shelters event the animals will be available for less. Than five dollars each this typical cost to adopt a pet is. Over one hundred dollars animal officials say that as a result of the Cranston and holy fires has shelters are now overflowing traffic and weather together every ten. Minutes on the fives it's three thirty five time to check our freeways with Daphne. Brought, downtown Los Sanjay we have all lanes stop on the westbound ten this is the westbound ten just south of the one ten rollover. Multi-car crashed there lots of debris the backup is to San Pedro right now CHP is holding the lanes at grand and the backup is building in Compton. The backup is also building on the southbound seven. Ten crash, at a laundry a backup, is almost to. The one zero five now in Santa Clarita it's been slow going. All night did a road work on the southbound five south of Lyon to the fourteenth split two lanes taken up, there in so more roadwork slowing in the ride they're. A bit it's slow on the eastbound to ten connector to the. Southbound. Five and still that Sigler three does on the..
Uzbek man gets 20 more years for trying to kill warden
"A man convicted of supporting terrorists. Has been, sentenced to twenty more years in federal prison for trying to kill the warden at, a prison in victorville. The guy was serving twenty, five years, when he tried to slit the warden's throat he was seriously hurt By did survive the attacker pleaded guilty in March at, hearing, today the man says he is, not sorry and said. The, warden was supposed to die the man also complained. About the
"victorville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"NewsRadio has seventy this morning's Thousand Oaks sixty six on Twitter right now it is seventy, five degrees six forty six ad KNX guy that we're looking for now in custody in connection to these shootings one was in Gardena and then. This body was found in Lynnwood you might recall the story. We were talking. About it. Tuesday morning couple of days ago pregnant. Woman said to be The gunman's girlfriend. Was wounded in that incident villa Gle immigrants being held at a. Prison Invicta Bill of sued. The Trump administration they claim they're cutting worse treatment than the. Convicted criminals at that facility That I All of media move out. Of that Elizabeth Jordan is an attorney with the civil rights education and, enforcement center which along with the, ACLU filed the suit alleging immigrant detainees are facing inhumane and unconstitutional conditions detainees say they're, going hungry, locked up much of the time and unable to freely exercise their religious beliefs and ice spokeswoman is not commenting on the, pending litigation the, numbers fluctuate but there are several hundred ice detainees being held. At victorville Jordan says it's far more than any other prison in. The country a separate lawsuit was filed earlier to get detainees, at victorville access to legal aid cloudy tau KNX ten seventy, NewsRadio, six forty eight KNX Trump administration has proposed rolling back, Obama era gas, mileage requirements set stake effects after. Twenty twenty the administration also filed notice to revoke the authority of California and other states to set their own stricter meyler mileage standards that would be independent of. The feds the proposal freezes an effort intended to promote auto, fuel efficiency and Tailpipe. Emissions of climate changing pollutants over the last several years when. People lost their jobs they became part of what was known as the, gig economy and now we have, a list of the ten best jobs and the gig economy including accountant carpenter plumber web, developer career, cast says these jobs have something in common specialization skill set that's required for these jobs and it's the fact that you, can use that, skill set to basically pop in and out of organizations that. Need that sort of all ages one time basis other jobs in. The study apparently do pretty well marketing manager NPR specialist four, beads now dealing with motorized scooter is officials say fifty of, them, just showed up on Balboa island recently they say they, weren't contacted by, bird ahead of time they're not. Really happy about that said he has been working they say with another company for a scooter deal when the bird scooters just showed up and again it's not. Just Newport that's been dealing with this issue we've talked about, this Santa Monica West Hollywood Beverly Hills and Los Angeles now. Looking to possibly bam Scooter problem not a suffer go tackle to about one. Hundred and twenty thousand voters being left off the, rosters at some polling places during the, June primary here in LA county officials say an independent review found. The glitch, apparently determined. Those particular voters were just too young to cast ballots. Of, course it weren't the audit recommended that the county update the software three. Well the Catholic church. Taking a stand when it comes to the death penalty pope. Francis has changed the Catholic church is, teaching on the death penalty declaring it. It admissible in all circumstances until now the church did not exclude capital punishment if this was the only possible way of defending human lives against an unjust aggressor pope Francis, has, often spoken, out against, the death, penalty saying, it can, never be justified. Sabina coastal Franco's CBS, news Six fifty Good morning we're getting off to a lower start this morning for stocks.
"victorville" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For some of the Columbia River gorge national scenic area is now burned up in the milepost ninety wildfire. The fire has gotten very close to the small community of wish ram and the large Mary hill winery and concert venue, Craig Luth old owns it and live there in it looked like lava flowing down the hill. It was so dramatic because it was just this rolling wall of flame coming down the hillside. And it literally just looked like the face of of a lava stream and fire managers are concerned lines will be tested by windy conditions for NPR news. I'm Anna king. A federal complaint filed yesterday would end the detention of immigrants inside of federal prison in victorville California from member station k. q. e. d. Julia, small reports, immigration and customs enforcement started detaining people at the federal prison in victorville in June, when the agency ran out of space at the border, but attorney Margot Mendelssohn with the public interest firm. Prison law office says the facilities restrictions. Are severe and violate her clients rights they are shackled at their arms and legs they were belly chains they are locked, into small cells one or two people per cell all of the night and most of the. Day the complaint seeks to force is to remove all detainees from the Victoria prison and could. Affect similar arrangements in Arizona Oregon Texas and Washington state a spokeswoman for ice would not comment on pending litigation for NPR news I'm Julie small transit CNN. Is reporting that. Transportation officials are considering not screening passengers at one hundred fifty small airports across the country to increase efforts at larger airports security experts fear this, would provide, tempting targets for terrorists officials say no decision has been made now the painstaking process, begins to identify servicemembers missing since the Korean war fifty, five boxes arrived in Hawaii from North Korea yesterday In.
"victorville" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast
"Cell with me who was not a lunatic shook me roughly to get my attention i looked up she turned around and lifted a jail shirt to show me her low back to her tramp stamp it said shut the fuck up it worked on me i stopped crying it was a gentle moment with my cellmate in county she wanted to help me it's not everyone who can shut the fuck up and although i tried i was not my cell mate who i later considered kind of saint not for the tattoo but the loyalty to the mandate the cops had put me with another white woman on the bus my seat mate had long limp and shiny brown hair and big creepy smile like she was advertising for tooth whitener few in jail and prison have white teeth and neither did she but she had that grand inappropriate grin i didn't like it it made her seem like she had undergone partial brain removal surgery she offered her full name laura lip and said she was being transferred from chino up to stand ville as if we each had nothing to hide since then no one has ever introduced themselves to me by full name or attempted to give any believable seeming account of who they are on a first introduction and no one would and i don't either lip double p is my stepfather's name which i took later she said as if i inquired as if such a thing could matter to me then or ever my father father was a culpepper that's the colpepper is of apple valley not victorville there's a colpepper shoe repair see in victorville but there's no relation no one is supposed to talk on the bus this rule did not stop her my family goes back three generations in apple valley which sounds like a wonderful place doesn't it you can practically smell the apple blossoms and here the honeybees and it makes you think about fresh apple cider and warm apple pie the autumn decorations they start putting up every july craft cubby bright leaves and plastic pumpkins it is mostly the baking and preparing of meth that is traditional in apple valley not in my family don't want to give you the wrong impression the coal peppers are useful people my father owned his own construction business not like the family married into oh oh look it's magic mountain we were passing the white arcs of a roller coaster on the far side of the big multi lane freeway when i'd moved to los angeles three years earlier that amusement park had seemed like a gateway to my new life it was the first big vision off the freeway hurdling south bright and ugly and exciting but that no longer mattered there was a lady on my unit who stole children at magic mountain lower lip said she and her sicko husband she had a way of flipping her shiny sheet of hair without using her arms as if the hair were attached to the rest of her by electrical current she told me how she did it people trusted her and her husband because they were old you know sweet gentle elderly people and a mother might have an a mother might have children running in three directions and go off to chase one and the old lady i bugged with her at sea i w and she told me the whole story she would be sitting there knitting an offer to keep an eye on the child as soon as the parent was out of sight this child was escorted to a bathroom with a knife under his chin this old lady and her husband had a system worked out the kid was fitted with a wig different clothes and the net sneaky old couple muscled the poor thing out of the park that's horrible i said and tried to lean away from her as best i could in my chains i have a child of my own jackson i love my son but it's hard for me to think about him i try not to thank you so much for coming in to talk to rachel it was a pleasure to me thanks for having me here absolutely love the book i really moving on a really kind of intelligent portrayal of and i think it really will be line between obviously sharing the violence and the and the shock but will say the nuances of the cartridges i'm a few questions really curious about in in the way he wrote the.
"victorville" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"More traffic reports more often knx ten seventy newsradio temps of they are going to be back into the eighties downtown los angeles seventy seventieth along the beaches sunny skies generally across the area right now in corona sixty three agoura hills sixty four pasadena up to seventy degrees eight thirtyseven knx federal prosecutors were supposed to be meeting with adult film actress stormy daniels today but that has been put off sparta prep work for a possible grand jury appearance former us attorney harry littman says prosecutors may be wary of provoking daniels lawyer michael lava nadi they may be regarding i have an idea someone they have to think about keeping at arm's length this has now become national news and their response might be to say you know we don't want to have this interview in the glare of publicity prosecutors building a case against president trump's former personal attorney michael cohen the president again defending his immigration policies this time on the tv show that is hosted by mike huckabee said democrats fault they refused to sit down and draw an agreement that's good for security and good for everybody buddy we need meritbased immigration you know we're taking in people that will never help us as a country the president saying during a weekend campaign a person las vegas that closed strong borders new crime is the winning issue for republicans in november los angeles judge will hear more this afternoon on the immigration case brought by the against the federal prison in victorville court to order some more specific requirements around attorney access attorney michael kaufmann telling knx the hearing will determine if the plan laid out by the prison for attorney visits is what it should be the judge ordered immigration proceedings including deportations halted until detainees had an opportunity consult with attorneys or attended though your rights training meeting according to already ardor they have the right to go in there and make those stations but we want to ensure that it happens in a way that's expeditious ensure that people are advised of their rights the board of presents told can statement they were scheduling attorney meetings but did not address the issue of lack of the aclu charging hundreds of immigration detainees heavily one room to beat with lawyers and the prison plan was unacceptable bob real can't accent seventy newsradio plans are in the works to expand a facility in san diego kelly that houses immigrants who are winning corporate eating a contractor for a private prison company is applied for permits wants to add more than five hundred beds to the center of the number of people in ice custody grown by twenty percent since donald trump took office is eight thirty nine weather making things tough for the fire crews battling a series of wildfires in northern california the ponti fire in lake county destroyed twelve buildings dozen square miles burns areas that are grassy where we can use bulldozers we have some areas that really steep and rocky where we're using hand crews and we have some areas that are just intermixed homes where we're using fire engines so we're using all the tools in the toolbox on this one there are three other wildfires burning as you go from san jose up to the oregon border no injuries reported twenty two year old man who jumped into a river in california sequoia national park die trying to save a five year old boy the boy slipped into the water the ban who was with the family jumped in the boy's parents jumped in as well three nearby fishermen helped the parents and the child out of the water the park service's drowning a similar one just two weeks ago in that very same location people turn it on their taps in pasadena notice some water discoloration they're making adjustments to the supply balancing disinfectants they say it's gonna prevent bacteria from growing in the pipelines the.
"victorville" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It's a wonderful american city victorville song the keys so they're saying that the reason that the conditions are unsafe is that it's partially because of the recent transfer of hundreds of immigration detainees to that facility we were talking about this last week we need additional staff we need medical we need doctors to deal with this and the trump administration says now you really don't because they're only for a short period of time what does that mean so people are coming in and i'm i'm assuming that people are coming in a legally and transferred or not the healthiest people in the world they've been walking through mexico for two and a half three weeks and it's i just don't get it a lot of this doesn't make sense the administration's position well i think they're trying to they're playing hardball now to try to get concessions for the border wall i think that's what this is all about hey you can kill yourself again in california you weren't terminally ill other requirements under this right to die lock a judge threw it out he didn't have any problem with the law any of the word was technical well actually there is one problem he did make a moral decision he made a moral call and that is he a judge otilia rule the passage was unconstitutional because during a special session during health care the argument was and he bought it that health care has nothing to do with the right to die and there is there is the argument is dying part of healthcare and i'm going to hell yes dying as part of your life and doctors take care of your life so i couldn't disagree more but in court has reinstated the law and i don't know whether they did it on i don't know if they argued or a or even talked about my argument by that there's the point is right there is dying part of living all they have to do is just repass it during general session.
"victorville" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Good idea i didn't realize how far north this was on the phone pass i thought it was right where the two fifteen in the fifteen meet i didn't realize it's up past the one thirty eight it's almost into the high desert it's heading into the turns above the one thirty eight oh i see okay we're we're the two lanes it's where south and north split for a while they come up there they're not next to each other in that that area yes one's slightly above the other and the southbound lanes ageold they're not affected at all right there yeah which which is good because that's the that's like you said that's that split whereas if this was the lanes right next to each other i can imagine the southbound lanes would be just as affected right but there are a lot of kids who are they live up in that area and mom and dad or mom or dad is coming home to you know hysteria or victorville apple valley and mom and dad or family members they're going to be very very late tonight because if you didn't get to you know to get off on the one thirty eight you missed one thirty eight and there's a couple of miles of traffic after that you're stuck on that freeway then until they open those two left to the number one and number two lanes i am checking out some cameras beyond the scene of the incident and i am starting to see a couple cars here and there are traveling northbound so those two right lanes are shut down now traffic is starting to trickle through.
"victorville" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Brian bagwell lives in victorville california northeast of la and as a resident of the high desert community it is not uncommon for him to see tumbleweeds rolling on by just part of living out west but earlier this week they went from going by to stop by and now some are calling the huge influx of tumbleweeds in his neighborhood an invasion we reach brian bag will at his home in victorville so brian bagwell how's it look outside their today just like that my window and the wind blowing families are coming across my street once again back to my house ten the leads are back tell us about earlier in the week what were you doing when this socalled tumble weed invasion began memorial woke up in my office and my daughter's bedroom and hear the wind blowing pretty strong things you know being against the house so i decided to take on site it was going on my window and i was in dated with what we on my side jar and it was probably about three or four feet high at that time and high twenty five feet by ten feet wide i'll so you're talking about a kind of a wall of tumbleweed more like you see kumble come elites and you understand you had to drive through this to go and pick up your son from school what was that like to pick by from school healing lives i schools in my way and i had to go get him and coming back and going there i i was driving clock sometime always doing twenty five thirty miles i was driving there and then i was coming back imagine having a group of people lined up on the side of the road and throwing dodgeball as your driving your home to swerve out of the way of the larger ones run the little ones over and it was like a war zone why do you have to dodge them are they just not sort of a collection of weeds are they dangerous they're not little they're not little they're it's it's kind of a imagine a big ball maybe.