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"$500 reward is being offered for information on whoever mutilated the wings of more than 30 pelicans along the Orange County coast. It's very heartbreaking Wetlands and Wildlife care Center executive director Debbie McGuire says 22 of the birds had bone sticking out. One had its wing twisted several times. None of those birds survived. This is clearly to us human caused. It wouldn't be another animal. It wouldn't be a collision with boat because there'd be more injuries. She says. Donations are critical for the nonprofit, which pays about $5000 to try to rehabilitate each pelican at the wildlife Care Center in Huntington Beach. Corbyn Carson KFT News. A flag ceremony has been held in Palmdale for an L. A County firefighter killed by a co worker at a fire station at Agua Dulce, a personnel present. And Specialist Tory Carlin was shot June 1st at a station 81 by a firefighter who was off duty. Carlin's wife and daughters were at the flag ceremony yesterday, Fire Department chaplain John Denton says Each of the flags 13 folds holds a special meaning the first gold as a symbol of life. Second fold is a symbol of our belief in eternal life. Sacrifice family and a tribute to the United States were also presented. The flag will be given to Carlin's family tomorrow during an invitation only memorial service that's going to be held at the forum. A new survey shows more than a quarter of young millennials have moved back home during the pandemic. Some lost their jobs and couldn't afford to pay rent while others wanted to quarantine with her family. But Bankrate analyst Anna Staples says with the economy opening up many genes, ears will be moving out again. You know about from their parents and start living on their own again. She says college kids looking to rent will probably have to pay more. With rents going up. Let's check out the 91 can conditions on the 91. If you're coming out of Corona looks like one of the only places where we're loading up. It's going to be 91 westbound between about Lincoln and Green.
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"Lowest in more than two months. Large Mahal another historic monuments are set to reopen Wednesday after being shut for weeks amid India's deadly covid 19 outbreak. Now, crowds and traffic are back on the streets in many cities, prompting health experts to raise concerns about another outbreak. Vaccination isn't rammed up. This is NPR news from Washington. At 7 31. This is KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillum. The six year old boy killed in a road rage shooting on the 55 in Costa Mesa loved going to the Orange County Zoo. Now, Aiden layers will be forever memorialized there. His family was at the zoo yesterday to announce that Aidan will be getting a plaque at the zoo's large mammal exhibit. Once it opens, you see Supervisor O. C supervisor Don Wagner said his memory will live on at the park. As people. Come here, Bring their Children here. Remember the story they will They will understand the importance of justice being done. The exhibit is expected to open early next year. Aidan was headed to kindergarten in the back of his mother's car on the 55 last month when a man in another vehicle allegedly shot at them after being cut off by Aidan's mother. Two suspects, Marcus Series and win. Lee were arrested last week. Aries is accused of pulling the trigger. State lawmakers have approved a preliminary budget without actually reaching an agreement with Governor Gavin Newsom. Why bother passing a preliminary budget if they need the governor's signature? One reason they have until today, or else they forfeit their six figure salaries until a deal happens, Casey relieves Larry Peril has more Lawmakers actually beat today's deadline when they sent the primary bill yesterday. Now, Newsom has until June 30th deadline to sign it and keep negotiating. There are several things Newsome and lawmakers agree on, including a stimulus check to most taxpayers and spending to address the state's worsening drought. But there are sticking point over future spending. While Newsom says he wants to be cautious going forward, lawmakers say they're willing to take bigger risks. Like sending $1 billion a year to local governments to address homelessness. The head of the state's nonpartisan legislative analyst's office says he believes California will have the money to pay for programs like that. But that could change a state revenue stall due to inflation increases for KCRW. I'm Larry peril. More than 30 Brown pelicans have been viciously attacked and mutilated along the Orange County coast. Officials with the wetlands and wildlife care center say at least 22 pelicans had their wings broken so severely that bones came through their skin, which required emergency surgeries and will mean long term care. Birds have been found in San Clemente and Huntington Beach. Over the past eight months, Officials are asking anyone with information to contact authorities. The wildlife care center and state Department of Fish and Wildlife are expected to provide more information about the pelican attacks at a news conference tomorrow. Support for NPR comes from hint maker of fruit infused water with no sweeteners or.
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"I'm Michael closure from the K F i 24 hour news room. Covert 19 numbers in L. A county are getting better. County health Director Barbara Ferrer says the numbers indicating moved to the yellow tear sooner than later. We do have no deaths to report today. This is the second day that we're reporting. No deaths, but for rare says that could reflect a lag in number reporting from the weekend, Ferrer says, for the first time in a long time, fewer than 400 people are in the hospital with Cove in 19, she says. A little over a third of residents in L. A county are fully vaccinated. Steve Gregory King if I knew, and he reports his demand for all the space in L. A has returned to pre pandemic levels. The company view the space says demand is up 53% from last quarter, a new study has found. There's been an uptick ever taken anti hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders across the U. S. This Buddy, by CSU San Bernadino says an increase of more than 160% in anti Asian crimes in 16 big cities in Los Angeles. There's been an 80% rise in those crimes in the first quarter of 2021, Florida governor Rhonda Santa says signed a bill that allows him to outlaw Cupid 19 restrictions across his state. The Santa says the decision is the evidence based thing to do folks that are saying that they need to be policing people at this point. If you're saying that you really are saying you don't believe in the vaccines. The bill doesn't go into effect until July 1st So the sentence is also signed executive orders to suspend covert 19 restrictions in the state, including local mask mandates that goes into effect immediately. Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney is narrowly avoided getting censured by the state's Republican Party. ABC is Elizabeth shows, he says The vote over the weekend was because Romney voted to impeach a convict former president Trump for inciting the fatal riot at the U. S Capitol in January. He was also booed on stage at it. GOP event. It's yet another example of the tight grip, the former president maintains over the Republican Party. Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins has come to Romney's defense, saying that Republican Party is not led by just one person and an animal rescue and hunting to beach says it needs a major green help to feed nearly 900 orphaned Baby ducks, The wetlands and Wildlife Care center says there's been a Sergent rescue ducklings. Across Orange County. The center's asking for people to donate lettuce to feed all of the little ducks remain green and red leaf lettuce is our preferred the ducklings go through about 60 heads.
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"Expanded news feed fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news weather and traffic part of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. I. Marcia Taylor and every computer it's a really good idea to layer up this morning channel nine meteorologist Brian shields laughter colder start this winter and for some of us are coldest weather in about two years lots of thirties around and again the wind chills and issue a freeze north and west of Orlando highs could reach the low sixties it's gonna be windy though throughout the day the good news though tonight we won't be nearly as cold how about this rare warning for residents of South Florida due to the cold watch out for you one is falling from the sky the one as are not able to produce heat of their own they rely on the sun and this kind of weather because they're not indigenous they're not used to this weather and so they become realized by the cold cherry Schlueter the executive director of wildlife care center says the iguanas which mainly living trees will not be able to hang on once they become immobilized large iguana could be heavy enough to damage a car or injure a person I'm Tony Marino you can see the National Weather Service iguana alert in the news that a six point five W. D. B. O. app the age for buying and using tobacco products in Florida could soon be raised to twenty one of Florida Senate health committee on Tuesday gave its unanimous approval to a new bill as six to raise the legal age from eighteen now if approved the bill also makes smoking in or near public schools of crime although the federal government raised the national smoking age to twenty one in December individual states have continued to play by their rules after got scrub for yesterday SpaceX's now targeting its next rocket launch from the Cape for Friday there's an eighty percent chance of favorable weather when the ten minute launch window opens at ten forty nine AM Tuesday scheduled launch was postponed due to bad weather in the booster recovery area that falcon nine rocket will carry another sixty starling broadband internet satellites into orbit.
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"Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. Marcia Taylor the number you can be able to really good idea to layer up this morning here's channel nine meteorologist Brian shields laughter colder start this winter and for some of us are coldest weather in about two years lots of thirties around and again the wind chills and issue a freeze north and west of Orlando the National Weather Service says highs could reach low sixties and it will be windy throughout the day the good news though is that tonight won't nearly be as cold others are rare warning for residents of South Florida due to the cold watch out for you one is falling from the sky the one as are not able to produce heat of their own they rely on the sun and this kind of weather because they're not indigenous they're not used to this weather and so they become realized by the cold cherry Schlueter the executive director of wildlife care center says the iguanas which mainly live in trees will not be able to hang on once they become immobilized large iguana could be heavy enough to damage a car or injure a person I'm Tony Marino you can see the National Weather Service iguana alert in the news that a six point five W. D. B. O. out the age for buying and using tobacco products in Florida could soon be raised to twenty one a for the Senate health committee on Tuesday gave its unanimous approval to a new bill a six to raise the legal age from eighteen now if approved the bill would also make smoking in or near public schools of crime although the federal government raise the national smoking age to twenty one in December individual states have continued to play by their own rules after got scrub for yesterday SpaceX's now targeting its next rocket launch from the Cape for Friday there's an eighty percent chance of favorable weather when the ten minute launch window opens at ten forty nine AM Tuesday scheduled launch was postponed due to bad weather in the booster recovery area that falcon nine rocket will carry another sixty starling broadband internet satellites into orbit I'm Kevin reviews if the rocket goes up will carry it live right here on news ninety six point five W. DDO you're listening to the six AM expanded news feed on Marcia Taylor and we're bringing in fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials well impeach impeaching page we told you how Florida political figures are playing a central role here's Orlando congresswoman Val Deming's if this body is truly committed to a fair trial it could not let the president play a game of keep away former Florida AG Pam Bondi is serving as was a president trump's lawyer **** lapsing into one the house took no action on the subpoenas issued to Mr Duffy and Mister Blair because they didn't want to court to tell them that they were trampoline on their constitutional rights continuing team coverage Marco Rubio is accusing a colleague of performing political theater the Republican senator responded yesterday Democrat Chuck Schumer's request for more documents from the White House related to impeachment Rubio tweeted both sides to present their case before any request for new evidence are made he also Schumer's ignoring the same rules that he supported during the Clinton impeachment trial forty G. actually moody's asking governor Rhonda Sanders to reassign the prosecution of a high profile murder case we've been talking about to another state attorney's office moody expressed concern about a dispute between orange Osceola state attorney era missile and also you'll county sheriff Russ get sent over the investigation into the murder of Nicole Montalvo Alec cleans Gibson made the arrests before collecting enough evidence for her office to prove the case to a jury Attorney General moody says she understands the frustration I will tell you as the state's top prosecutor at someone who was a former federal prosecutor a former judge I understand that in this position and we as law enforcement leaders our first and primary focus is bringing justice to victims Gibson who has said he feels there is adequate evidence to prosecute contacted moody's office earlier this month seeking an outside review of the case orally news ninety six point five W. DPO maybe you saw our alert that what led to a smoky afternoon in metro Orlando we got a lot of open mikes from you is there a fire over in the what kind of area anybody know what all the smokers about up here in southwest Seminole what is all of the smoke in Maitland from south Daytona and I can smell smoke I thought the world was on fire much of the smoke was from a large fourteen hundred acre prescribed burn happening on the north end of lake Apopka some of it also came from two other burns on the east side of Orange County east of the wedge field area strong winds during the afternoon carried it all over I'm Jeanne Wexler see if you know the smoke from space by tapping the news button in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. app good morning at six so wait you're listening to our six o'clock expanded news feed fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news weather and traffic however let those morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. D. 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S. heating and air conditioning all right we're joined now by our chief meteorologist Tom Terry good morning Tom Joe Berber habits it's cold we've got that north and northeast when there's a storm off the east coast helping to keep the wins cranked up and wind chills in the twenties that wind chill advisory still in a fact dress for that dress in layers temperatures in the twenties what it feels like in the thirties temperature wise and warming up into the upper fifties to low sixties for highs today just a bit warmer than we were yesterday but will pick up a few more clouds today with the storm off the coast and showers in our forecast about a twenty percent chance you get some of that along the I four corridor higher rain chances along the I ninety five corridor today but we'll start to bring it back down to only ten percent rain chance tomorrow Friday as we warm back into the upper seventies by Friday now the weak front Saturday looks like a great day mid sixties for the Pro Bowl Sunday they extend the five day forecast for times an hour I'm Tom Terry Tom we do have a mix of a few clouds it's chilly no it's cold thirty five at Orlando's severe weather station safe touches security triple team traffic up but our helicopter air one good morning Eric brown what the heck I went to bed Florida woke up in Montana it is cold so you're going to have to walk the car up before you leave the house this morning hi board.
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"Noise and toxins and pollution it will also help restore habitat monitor health killer whales experts say they're hopeful that these grants will help preserve this endangered species eleven a bald eagle is recovering after he was found on the ground unable to fly you can see and hear this army wildlife care center in Arlington posted these photos of the injured burn them working on them it has a large wound on its wing is also missing some feathers and has cuts on its feet they believe he was hurt after a fight with another eagle something is happening in the weather so yeah something is brewing excited when things are about to happen I'm almost afraid to ask let's go with you know a lot nine because they're looking at their phone and saying what on earth is going on because you look at the phone app seven eight days out and there's a snow icon in many cases right that's the mom was trying to tell you something that is going to get cold the precept though still a big wild card in the short term things are definitely Chile because we're clearing out but this is the same strangely quiet November we've had all nuns nothing to get too worked up about quite yet we had this crystal clear sunny set this picture sent in by am Rita who always that doesn't have a nice job by sitting in these beautiful pictures to our como LOC this is the admins waterfront SO northwest view tonight as it was getting chilly and just want to know that there's also been some talk about the Northern Lights being visible tonight it's not looking or really likely for western Washington but it's always a possibility in the best chance here over the next couple of hours certainly away from the City Lights and away from the fog which is the either short term whether issue coming up here over the next twenty four hours a look at the forecast for tomorrow morning it will be murky again and because temperatures will once again drop into the upper twenties especially in the south sound that fog coupled with the sub freezing temperatures can lead to black ice and again that's the freezing fog results so that could prove tricky on the morning commute and then that cold air as we get into next week just in time for the thanksgiving travel period the models are definitely trying to bring a least a lot of cold air if not the precipitation to go along with it right now we have clear skies over the Emerald City it's forty two degrees so it's getting cool but it's a lot cooler in the outlying areas and it's a lot of fog here already as well the fog loves to developing take root in the south St first and then kind of blossom up and grow and you can see is doing that again tonight Olympia down to about a mile in terms of the visibility Kelso about a mile as well and then we definitely have some foggy pockets and parts of Snohomish and Pierce counties to you couple that with the temps Attar below freezing were already there around Shelton and Yellowman laci and that again can lead to that freezing fog and black ice people see snow outdoors they know to be careful and to walk with caution but when you see foggy just think where I can't see out there and we talked to navigate it could also prove slippery so keep that in mind tomorrow morning current weather maker this big area of high pressure it's been with us all of November it keeps giving us the same routine the morning fog the afternoon sunshine but things starting to switch up a little bit as we head into next week in the short term again freezing fog possible even Seattle dropping into the mid thirties by don tomorrow so again twenties where he saw those in this house and now so is just going to get colder instead of getting warmer overnight sunny and dry and other perfect so oddly quiet November day it's been feeling like the bottoms got a drop out at some point right and in a cascade we'd like to change because it's been so sunny and so my old and so snow free ski resorts at this point thanksgiving around the corner something's got to give here's what it's going to be over the weekend the pattern starts to shift we finally start to get some more wet weather late Saturday night into Sunday if you're traveling over the cascades on Sunday the passes indeed looks no way then then next week the temps start to drop and just want to give you a picture of what the excitement about is about whether community and take this with a very large grain of salt or flake of snow as the case may be Friday I look at the snow showing up all up and down the I five corridor that's eight nine days out it's too soon to call now but you know what the models are good at calling cold there it will be very cold around here when and if the precipitation shows up to go with it is the part we will be tracking very closely still waiting for the snow but at the same time they have to blow their own snow is your point were and they can do they just have to be super cold yeah it it's going to be cold up there starting this weekend and then all the way into next week thank you we have some bittersweet news to share with you tonight our dear friend and coworker Stiefel announced his retirement today after more than forty.
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"In places that are more likely to burn for example the state has doubled the amount of individual claims covered from a half million to a million dollars the bill was signed into law by governor Newsome yesterday saying he wants to spend the next legislative session working on broader solutions Chris and Carla okay finding more fire fighters died by suicide in twenty eighteen then in the line of duty a report done by the international association of firefighters shows more than half have experienced some sort of PTSD that toll is there because you can only see so much at it in in takes so much of that were you really have to reach out hell fires Mike Miller says councillors are now working closely with cruise on the scenes of fires to help process any real time trauma the report last year was done by the international association of firefighters which surveyed seven thousand firefighters in California Steve Gregory king if I knew a dozen western goals have been found dead or dying along the coast in Huntington beach wetlands and wildlife care center manager Lisa Perone says the birds were found on the high tide line mixed up with the week eight were delay without for back one didn't make the night and the other three are actually surviving in improving quite nicely two more that also appeared sick last week flew away we sent some in for testing but it was said it appeared to be some sort of poisoning or toxicity of some sort she says so far it appears some sort of single source affected the flock because no other species have turned up six cents at the wetlands and wildlife care center in Huntington beach Corbin Carson KFI news on the southern California Toyota dealers traffic.
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"About a fifty percent chance of surviving out of them they're being cared for a construction worker heard the sounds from the bag that was left near exit eleven the person then took the kittens who were just days old to Seattle humane where workers immediately began feeding the young ones because these kittens were left in a dangerous place the person who abandoned them could be charged with animal cruelty Seattle humane is accepting donations to care for the kittens the head of the king county health board wants to know why sewage spills keep happening at the west point treatment plant the source bill last week will be the focus of a meeting this fall three million gallons of sewage spilled into the sound after a power outage at the plant the spill briefly close to several beaches for a few days the end of laci P. wants a congresswoman from Washington to explain herself as como's Brian Kelberg reports they've invited her to a conversation about racism this stems from the president's tweets earlier this month about Congress women of color tweets that many believe challenge their status as citizens and were racist Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers believe the president was not in the right she released a statement the next day that read in part the president's tweets yesterday were wrong but when a resolution came up in the house to rebuke the president for his words McMorris Rodgers voted against it the Spokane and double ACP wants to know why and has sent the congresswoman an invitation to join them for a dialogue regarding her stance on race relations the end double ACP also invited Spokane's mayor the city council and county commissioners and is given everyone into the end of the month to respond to the invite Brian Calvert komo news someone whose time twelve AU seven local uber and lift drivers are demanding higher pay the teamsters union says they're gonna be handing out leaflets all over Seattle today they want more money and union protection some of the drivers are part of the app based drivers association which is affiliated with the teamsters the group once right sure drivers to unionize three weeks after another upsetting for the July Snohomish county has scheduled a public vote on a fireworks ban those against personal fireworks back to public hearing fireworks are neighborhood kept me up Intel pass one AM and I had to get up at five AM to get ready to go to work others complained about property damage and terrified pets this fall's ballot measure is just an advisory vote on whether voters in unincorporated Snohomish county would support a ban software problems are causing trouble for states legal marijuana industry it's a glitch affecting the seed to sail system which tracks the legal pot supply businesses say these problems are keeping them from being able to transport products some have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales and have had for low workers Denver based software company M. J. freeway says it's system had issues with an update that was launched last week the state liquor in cannabis board eased its traceability requirements yesterday but businesses say there are still issues some someone poked a fishhook through the cheek of a bass and then left it to die in lake Stevens and now one thousand dollars is up as a reward for information that leads to whoever did it the sorry wildlife care center says the hook was intentionally put into the back street and it was strung up by a fishing line some good Samaritans rescued the baton brought it to sorry for care it was dehydrated and stressed but it should be able to recover NHL Seattle has a new partner Virginia Mason Virginia Mason will start a new health clinic which will open to the public at the team's practice center at Northgate Todd light wiki with NHL Seattle says they searched for a partner that could provide the service and also help them get young people in the hockey hockey is a sport that women can play their whole life with men on coed to a big part of our mission one north gate was just building a great training facility for Seattle NHL it was also.
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"What we were told they seem very unwilling to say anything that was not in the report wasn't aware and watch it it's a big deal I think a lot of people to watch it where do we go from here I mean because we've seen the report hearing this is gonna get brushed under the rug I really hope not I can't get a question wrong most people we talked to did not listen to the entire testimony they listen to chunks during the ride into work and saw snippets on social media local uber and lift drivers are demanding higher pay the teamsters union says they'll be handing out leaflets all over Seattle today they want more money and union protection some of the drivers are part of the app based drivers association which is affiliated with the teamsters the group wants ride share drivers to unionize a bat was found hanging by a fishing hook at sunset park in lake Stevens and the one thousand dollar reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest the CRB wildlife care center says the hook was intentionally put in the batch cheek it was strong up by a fishing line and left to die some good Samaritans ray good the bad and brought it to sorry for care it was dehydrated and extremely stressed but they're hoping it can recover celebrations are underway near Bellingham for the annual paddled to let me more than a hundred canoes representing Northwest tribes of landed at star Michelin dean after making the journey across the Salish sea the journey is a celebration of tribal ancestors and how members live today the festivities surround through Sunday the Republic of South Korea celebrated the opening of its new consulate in Seattle yesterday it's near Seattle center and marks the first time that that and that the nation has purchased land to build its own facility like that it represents the first consulate on the west coast built and owned by any foreign government South Korea has eleven diplomatic establishments in the U. S. including its embassy in Washington DC just a minute away from a couple sports update come on his time eight thirty nine is a tough job this is a big hurry to Macy's for thousands of new markdowns on the latest styles and take an extra ten to twenty percent off with your coupon Macy's card.
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"Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K. And at five oh three are news continues this morning. A man who fell into the American river Sunday night is still missing and presumed. Drowned plaster county deputies searched for the man who reportedly fell into the north fork of the American river about seven PM while trying to take a selfie with his fiancee. The search was called off after a couple of hours when it became too dark. They will resume searching soon. Vallejo man who was snowboarding at north lake. Tahoe resort is dead. Danielson Crowder family said they reported him missing last Wednesday when he didn't return home from snowboarding. At northstar the plaster county sheriff's office reported over the weekend. That northstar ski patrol found the missing man dead in a tree. Well, the same day. He was reported missing California Highway Patrol is investigating a shooting that occurred on interstate eighty near Roseville. The CHP says the driver was shot multiple times shortly after one o'clock Sunday morning on westbound, I eighty near Douglas boulevard. The driver was taken to a hospital in critical condition. The shooter was believed to have been driving a white SUV Yuba city. Police are activating a system that allows them to receive local emergency text messages, the department's new text to nine one one service is designed to help the deaf and speech impaired those having a medical emergency. That keeps them from talking. It could be particularly helpful to someone in a situation where speaking out loud could put them in danger like if a robber were in their house or in a domestic violence situation. In a written statement Tanya Smallwood of the Yuba city. Police department says it's an important day for some of the most vulnerable residents who aren't able to call in an emergency. The department reminds that traditional voice calls to nine one one should always be the first option. Joe Michaels NewsRadio F K in the wake of last year's devastating wildfires. A California lawmaker is hoping to create more oversight on prevention. Under Senator Bill Dodds. Latest proposal an independent third party. Like Cal fire would be in charge of making sure the utility complies with all tree and vegetation removal and trimming requirements as the law currently stands. It's. Up to the utilities to self-govern on which trees are removed in trimmed. But repeated incidences of inadequately clearing lines has sparked wildfires and public outrage. The amendment to the Bill was made Thursday in its first policy meeting is set for later this week. Nick Diaz this News Radio. K PK wildlife officials are looking for information about to bear cubs found along northern California. Highway officials believe that someone may be responsible for unlawfully separating the bear cub from the mom. The five week old cubs were rescued by wildlife officers alongside highway ninety six in why Rica last weekend, a veterinarian determined the cubs were healthy. And they're now being rehabbed at the Lake Tahoe wildlife care center. I California bay area town is suing a homeowner claiming several items in the backyard or creating a public nuisance. Hillsborough says the Flintstone house created a visible eyesore with the items. But some neighbors say there's no issue. I don't mind it. But I mean, I can imagine some other neighbors may mind I heard there's a little problem that. It's a nuisance or something. But I don't think so the town the objects which include a large dinosaur in the backyard removed from the property they've already find the owner two hundred dollars. The homeowner says she has not received notification of the sushi plans to fight it..
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"Wildlife care center says the three birds were found in a residential area. She says geese can be loud. Be to them. It could have been a nuisance situation that they were trying to take care of themselves, but it between the pills and shooting a bird inch. Namely, that's not the way to take care of it. He says people should know anytime you have a man-made lake. There's gonna be birds in Huntington beach corporate Carson KFI news. A man with a knife who hold himself up at a house in L A has given himself up after five hours in about ten rounds of tear gas police in the West Lake area. Got calls last night about a man with a knife chasing and threatening people. He hit from the cops and refuse to come out for hours until the swat team pump, the place full of tear-gas police say the man put up a little bit of a fight while being arrested, but was taken to a hospital. Chicago police officer has been found dead on New Year's day in an apparent suicide national law enforcement officers memorial fund CEO Craig Floyd, says the focus on mental health for officers. Increasing is increasing. But more must be done is tremendous stress on officers because of the nature of the job having to deal with. Gruesome crash seems or or responding to fatal shootings a group that tracks. Police suicide says one hundred fifty nine local and excuse me law enforcement officers killed themselves last year that was the same number as in two thousand seventeen. Championship belt. Will fall. Six is that for diction or is that a promise? As Roma's sit is pro wrestling announcer mean gene Oakland has died. He spent more than four decades doing interviews and calling matches for some of the biggest names in sports entertainment, such as whole Cogan macho man, Randy savage, and Andre the giant Oakland was inducted into the WWE hall of fame in two thousand six he had kidney disease and died at a hospital in Sarasota, Florida. Oakland was seventy six years old.
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"On the twenty two in garden grove a woman. Edited nine year old girl were killed in the car pile up. Police have arrested a man for drunk driving and gross vehicular manslaughter. Investigators say the man was speeding in the carpool lane near valley view street early this morning, he rear ended a car. And then a truck that truck flipped on its side and was hit by another car. This suspected drunk driver was not hurt. He's been booked at the Orange County jail. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Elected officials have started a day-long tour of pot dispensaries in Santa Ana now that recreational marijuana use has been legal for one year city councilman says Hillary oh says a significant part of the Santa Anna's legal pot profits goes to health and wellness needs a good number of the consumer base are individuals that have serious and chronic medical issues scenario says Santa Ana pulled in five million dollars in the first six months of business. So the city expects to grow from the. Nineteen licensed shops open now to thirty this year. Canada goose with an airline. It's neck has been found in Huntington beach park where two other birds recently, oh deed on prescription pills. Officials are looking for connection. Lisa perron. With wetlands and wildlife care center says the arrows been removed since then he has shown improvement. He is eating now. She says the pills were found with blueberries around in a residential neighborhood hinting. Maybe somebody was annoyed with the noise and mesquite can make so the pill overdose happened couple of weeks ago. This bird also shot at the same time, but was flying around with airline neck for about a week before he was able to get captured. She says it's illegal to hunt within the city, and it wasn't a hunting arrow in Huntington beach. Corbin Carson KFI news the pace of visitors to Joshua tree. National park has not slowed with the government shutdown the gates to the park there open, but there's no ranger at the checkpoint or in the visitor center. And this woman says it's been up to volunteers to keep things. Tidy friends Joshua tree are still volunteering and getting out there and putting paper and a lot of the bathrooms which has been incredibly helpful in cleaning up. This guy says he was camp next to a bunch of rock climbers from Switzerland in northern California who are now. Scrambling looking at getting hotels tonight. The park is or the campgrounds can be closed. The National Park Service says the campgrounds will be shut down at noon tomorrow in Joshua tree. Chris ancarlo KFI news, a teenager in Georgia showing off a gun has taken his own life. After accidentally killing his friend win. It county. Police department says the fifteen year old was initiated showing off the gun to some friends yesterday. When the weapon went off and struck a seventeen year old the teens took off they call nine one one. But police say the shooter later shot and killed himself before they could question him. Then is it elite will now charge tourists for stepping into the canal city, the city already charged hotel guests as tourists tax of around five bucks a night, but Italy's twenty nineteen budget that was passed last weekend included, a measure for charging as much as twelve dollars a day for tourists who visit sleep on cruise ships or even stay in other cities. The Italian tourist bureau says nearly thirty million people set foot in Venice each and every year.
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"DUI arrests increasing dramatically this year in King County. But komo's Gabe Cohen founded might not be a cause for concern. D wise are rising in King County as of mid December state patrol had arrested three thousand four hundred ninety four drivers that's up twenty one percent from last year and fifty nine percent from two thousand sixteen is this an issue of more intoxicated drivers on the street or just law enforcement cracking down. I think it's a combination. Captain monarch Alexander says state patrol has added dozens of troopers in the past three years after being short staffed, I'd like to believe we're. Arresting more because we have more resources more than I'd like to believe that we actually have people that are doing more drunk driving DUI arrests are statewide as well around seven percent. Remember this as a holiday week when troopers say they often see more drunk drivers on the roads a Canada goose that overdosed on prescription pills that were dumped in a southern California park. Now back in the wild that for making a full recovery. Brian McDaniel found that sick goose last week the head and neck were lowlying all over the place. It's it couldn't keep its head. It's believed that the goose was one of the geese that eight from hundreds of pills that were dumped at park in Huntington beach wetlands and wildlife care center treated that goose any was released yesterday. The group continues to care for a ring billed gull that also came into contact with those drugs. The Burke museum at the university of Washington getting a new building that means their current building will soon close to celebrate the final days director. Kate Fernandez says they're offering free admission from now through New Year's Eve. This is the first time.
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"Husband father later died at the hospital. The Fiji native was a seven year veteran at the Newman police department. It's really honestly really scary because this has ever happened signal. The fifty second member of law enforcement to be shot to death. The United States this year. Thirteen percent jump from twenty seventeen. We were friends. It's tough. You know, when somebody, you know, and and one of my friends buddies is is, you know, di- doing his job really crushing for this police department that has just over a dozen officers on staff a memorial fund has already been set up to help this officers family, and while the search for the suspect continues it's really unclear what led up to that shooting in the city of Newman, California is east of San Jose more details emerging about a fatal plane crash in the neighborhood in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Christmas day as police officer says there are now two confirmed deaths at this point the NTSB has been contacted and their process is underway. And that includes a contract company who will be in at some point to help recover. The wreckage that's left behind small plane went down in the backyard of two homes on the city's south east side causing a lot of exterior damage a Canada goose the gut overdosed on prescription pills. That have been dumped in southern California park is now back in the wild after making a full recovery. Brian McDaniel found. The sick goose last week the head and neck rolling lowlying all over the place. It's it couldn't keep its head. It's believed that the goose was one of those that eight from hundreds of pills that were dumped at car park in Huntington beach wetlands and wildlife care center created the goose and he was released yesterday. The group continues to care for a ring billed gull that also came in contact with those drugs..
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"T E Rancho Cordova Sacramento. NBC News Radio, I'm Brian Pierce. Some Iraqi leaders are calling President Trump's unannounced visit a violation of their sovereignty. They said Trump did not meet with Iraqi prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahadi during his visit because the two could not agree on a venue, the leader of the opposition bloc also objected to the visit and the President Trump is admitting that he was worried about making a surprise trip to visit troops concerns to the institution of the president. I. Concerns for the first lady, I will tell you Trump told reporters he was concerned about the security measures. They had to take and police are on the hunt for a man who shot and killed an officer in central California, corporal Ronald seeing of the Stanislaus county sheriff's department was killed during a traffic. Stop early Wednesday morning in the town of Newman and a viral video shows a Texas man going on a racist rant at amici's department store on Christmas Eve, he says all you Democrats and Arabs need to go back to where you came from Ryan peers NBC News Radio the weekly report on first-time claims for unemployment benefits. Leads the economic reports later this morning analysts C two hundred seventeen thousand Americans filing initial claims last week up three thousand from the week before that report is followed by the house price index for October housing industry experts forecast two tenths of a percent pickup in prices. The consumer confidence index for December is next and it is expected to continue to hit high numbers, although not near the all time high eighteen years ago a candidate. Goose that overdosed on prescription drugs. That were dumped in the southern California park is now back in the wild after making a full recovery. Brian McDaniel found the sick goose last week the head and neck rolling all over the place. It's it couldn't keep its head. Lisa Perroni is the manager of wetlands and wildlife care center, where the goose was nursed back to health discouraging.
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"Oh, that's horrible wildlife care center in Huntington beach, posted photos, somebody dumped hundreds of pills were found in the park. And apparently some of the wild birds gobbled up the pills thinking, they were food air flying upside down, the yeah, it doesn't say what the pills were a Canada goose and a goal survives and they're being nursed back to health from symptoms of a drug overdose. Hey that when I was when I was a student. I was an intern at a TV station, and I worked for a consumer reporter, and we kind of did a sting operation against a doctor who was prescribing medication without even seeing the patient. And so I I was the one I have to tell you about it off the air. It was really the area. Started this story now. We're not we're not going anywhere. Okay. So I I have the guy prescribe me Tylenol with codeine without ever seeing me and the doctor got in big trouble. Boy, I was I was scared. He brought. I was really afraid. For my jobs. What did you do with all the coatings always going to be bad? I know right. I sacrifice myself. You still would you do with the Cody? I never got it. Oh, you never you. Just got. Yeah. I just had the prescription. And then that was then the consumer reporter went after the doctor for writing me the prescription getting you used to do that. I was on TV talking about it. But I think they covered my face was a long time ago, a black hood. All right. John and Ken show KFI. Debra Mark has news. Governor Brown is suing to protect voter-approved sensing laws put in place during his time in office. The outgoing administration filed a lawsuit yesterday challenging a pending twenty twenty initiative which aims to roll back laws that allow most inmates to seek early release in exchange for participating in rehabilitation programs the statewide minimum wage requirements in California is going up starting January first employers with twenty five employees or less. We'll have to pay eleven dollars in our employers who have more than twenty six employees will have to pay twelve bucks an hour. California's population has grown by two hundred fifteen thousand the state's population hit thirty nine point eight million in July of this year, California's population far exceeds that of any other state, we'll check the ninety one and we'll check in with the KFI in the sky next watch. And I get you a pony.
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"Forty four jay phillips komo news steve pool has the forecast well we've got a lot of rain out there to slog through this evening so take it easy on the roadways urban at low temperatures tonight are gonna be in low 40s highs tomorrow will climb to the mid 40s so yeah we've got some cooler rare that starting to work its way and here we'll still look for the showers tonight will look for an improvement over on the coast with all those huge waves that should calm down a little bit later on tonight as well so for most folks it's just more rainfall anna a wet commute tonight and tomorrow and the komo weather center i'm steve pool it's forty five degrees so one thousand dollar award is up for information leading to the successful prosecution of wherever shot a bald eagle and snohomish leading to its depth the sarvi wildlife care centres as happened late wednesday morning someone calling them after hearing shots missing seeing the bird fall to the ground near roosevelt road in us route two jesse palolo works at sarvi are national bird as well so shiddo bob or makes absolutely no sense point wing with cry the egal died several hours later at the centre as a result of its injuries hearing for a bill aimed at expanding internet access in rural portions of washington state coupled bill o'neill has detail the bill calls for the creation of a new statewide office governing broadband access something eating at these bob baz said would create more problems than fix a patchwork of rules and a lack of continuity will consume while confused consumer and it's going to negatively impact their internet experienced at and t would rather see a federal across the board solution for all fifty states but are frustrated senator john mccoy says the time has long since come for an answer to this question everything was keeping monopolies alive i'm not worried about the common citizen in them gaining access to the internet.
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"The location in university place but many more over five hundred became ill after eating at the location in tacoma both locations were closed for several days last week and have since reopened still no word where they think that outbreak on at start of all the egal shot and killed near snohomish wildlife officials say they need your help finding the person responsible the sarvi wildlife care center says the one year old eagle was shot down yesterday and your roosevelt's and highway 2 if found appellate inside of the animal while treating his and had died overnight cairo seven reports there is a one thousand dollar reward for information leading to the culprit massive thirty foot waves continued to pound that north and central coast washington with coastal flood warnings that affect parts of west ford or already under a few inches of water the coast guard says the stormy conditions will continue through tomorrow in the urging everyone to stay away from the water in oregon a man was whipped out to sea just this morning witnesses told police that he went over a seawall them was swept off the rocks the coast guard went out searching with no success they say sneaker waves along the oregon coast have killed more than two dozen people since 1990 conservatives are now on board with the stopgap funding measure needed to avert a government shutdown friday but a cbs's nancy cordis tells us it's still not a done deal after a lot of back and forth and some armtwisting by the president himself the so called freedom caucus will by and large stand by house republicans but that doesn't make a difference in the senate where democrats have more than enough votes to prevent this government funding bill for moving forward now house is scheduled to vote tonight before it could move onto the senate that might happen tomorrow a look at your drive now with tara radio realtime traffic is actually just checking the mountain passes those like man this heavy rain has got to be doing something maybe since qian no actually it's to warm events no finally that that there is mix of rain and snow showers of there are no restrictions reported if you are headed out to steven fast the right now it looks as if we do have attraction tires advise it is knowing the.