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Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel and is joined by Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Wayne on the News. The two discuss news topics that include: The minimum wage in LA County increases from $15 per hour to $16.04 effective today, LAX is expected to be the second busiest US airport over this Independence Day weekend, and a year after the fireworks explosion rocked a south L.A. neighborhood, residents want more done in reparation.
Supreme Court Permits Biden to Repeal “Remain in Mexico” Policy. Biden Urges Ending Filibuster to Codify Roe. NRA Holds California DOJ Accountable for Data Breach of Gun Owners in LA County. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. The overturning of Roe v. Wade magnifies data privacy concerns. Unwanted food from stores is going to those in need, but there are issues in LA County that are threatening the program. And there's a deal that's close to being reached when it comes to recycling California's plastic trash.
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. Unwanted food from stores is going to those in need, but there are issues in LA County that are threatening the program, and a deal is close when it comes to recycling California's plastic trash. Jennifer Jones Lee joins Wayne for the Late Edition of Wayne on the News.
We all know that, even before the horrific, world-changing event of COVID-19, society would fall apart without hospital workers and medical staff. But like so many other fields and sectors of work, the medical field is a very stratified one. Even though we as patients may not see it, many of the folks who make hospitals and medical facilities run are overworked, understaffed, under-protected, and paid way less than we're led to believe. This was made painfully clear last month when frontline physicians at LA County hospitals voted overwhelmingly in favor of striking over unfair labor practices. After voting to authorize a strike, LA County members of the Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR/SEIU), a local of the Service Employees International Union, won historic contract gains, including major increases in salaries and housing stipends, the creation of a $125,000 fund for diverse recruitment efforts, and more. To talk about all of this and more, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez chats with Dr. Frances Gill, a first-year resident physician at LAC/USC Medical Center who is training to be a psychiatrist.To read the transcript of this episode and read show notes, visit: Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song:Pre-Production/Studio: Maximillian AlvarezPost-Production: Jules TaylorHelp us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Meet la Papi Chula, Becca! Im really excited to have her on as she is a wealth of knowledge! Thank you for being you and trusting me with this conversation! Enjoy! Becca was born and raised in LA County and received her bachelor's degree in Radio/TV/Film at Cal State University, Fullerton. Her entertainment career kick-started in 2011 while interning in the Latin market. After much hard work and perseverance, she was able to fulfill her dream of becoming an on-air personality. In addition to radio, she enjoys doing volunteer work in her community. Her bubbly personality with a passion for learning, community outreach and music help her create ever-lasting connections and relatable content. Follow Becca: @Beccamguzman Don't forget to follow us: @SaludPodcast l Jose Quintero l Email & Business Inquiries: Saludpod@gmail.com
How are you making a positive impact on the next generation of amigas?While we can't go back and change our own childhood and experience as a young Latina, we can invest our time and service into helping the amigas who are currently going through the same struggles we once did. In this episode, I am joined by Patty Godoy-Travieso, the Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Men's Central Jail in LA County. Patty is also the co-founder of ELLA, which is better known as Empowering Leadership in Latina Athletes, a nonprofit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes. The mission of the ELLA organization is to support young female Latinas to become leaders of tomorrow through sports and academic excellence. Tune in to Episode 88 of Amiga, Handle Your Shit, and learn about Patty's childhood in El Salvador, her family's experience immigrating to the United States, how her nonprofit organization is changing the lives of Latina youth, why she decided to take the job working at Men's Central Jail, and so much more. Through both Patty's work with the ELLA organization and her job at Men's Central Jail, she is an inspirational Latina advocating for the people who need it most. In This Episode, You Will Learn:About Patty's childhood (4:55)How Patty's nonprofit, ELLA, is making a difference in Latina athletes lives (16:50)Why Patty decided to take the job at Men's Central Jail (24:40)Changes that Patty would like to see in the jail system (37:14)Patty's advice for amigas to handle their shit (39:38)Resources Mentioned:Tickets - The Empowered Amiga Movement Connect with Patty ELLA - WebsiteLinkedInLet's Connect!FREE MASTERCLASSWebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
KFI's Steve Gregory has the latest on Gascon saying LA County is safer because of his policies. Governor Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers have reached a deal to send $9.5 billion in tax refunds to Californians to provide relief for higher gas prices. Over the weekend, 8 players were ejected during a Mariners, Angels game after both benches cleared for a brawl.
More than 66,000 people are unhoused in LA County. UCLA researchers are trying to predict who is most likely to become homeless, so officials can intervene before it happens. The Supreme Court issued two sweeping decisions today on gun rights and Miranda rights. LeBron James joined the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2003, and the team's fans waited 13 years for their first NBA championship. A new play looks at the star through the eyes of two Cavs fans. Critics review the latest film releases: “Elvis,” “The Black Phone,” “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On,” “Beavis and Butthead Do the Universe.”
MoneySign finally made his way to the podcast for a one-on-one with Adam, to talk about his come-up, his cases, explains how there's always something going down at his shows, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:15 $uede says he wasn't ready to sit down with Adam but did a gang of other ones 5:50 $uede stopped drinking lean, used to pop hella pills and xans, thought he was gonna die 7:16 $uede used to also do coke, first thing in the morning, went to the hospital 9:35 Got locked up for a year for a carjacking and got out because of Covid, on parole to this day, can't leave the LA County 12:17 $uede got arrested again they found something on him, he's always linked with some type of incident 13:17 $uede started making music when his homies did and they sounded good, but overall the 2016 era is his inspiration 19:18 Adam DMd Kodak Black to tell him about $uede 22:50 Trying to expand outside of LA and go mainstream doesn't wanna be known as being a LA rapper 26:10 $uede got signed and it was great but then he got locked up, they still wanted to sign him 27:46 "People outside of LA don't listen to LA music" $uede reacts 29:02 Selling out the Novo was incredible, it almost didn't happen coz he got locked up, from being behind bars to getting paid to rap on stage 30:10 Being locked up while being famous? Had to run a couple fades 35:55 Who's more strict the PO or the girlfriend? 36:10 Wack100 says he wouldn't sign a Latino rapper because it comes with too much baggage 39:28 Wanna work with Kodak Black 40:19 Incident turned deadly at $uede's last concert 41:55 Youtuber lying about snatching $uede's chain ----- Shout to our Partners at Gamer Supps! ORDER YOUR FREE SAMPLE TODAY with our Promo Code NoJumper https://youtu.be/UUwcj1YC-NE Gamer Supps offers esports athletes, gamers, and podcasters the most effective and healthy energy choice to help them perform at the highest potential especially during their most crucial moments. Try it today 100% Free with our Promo Code NoJumper https://gamersupps.gg/ ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We all know that, even before the horrific, world-changing event of COVID-19, society would fall apart without hospital workers and medical staff. But as we also know, like so many other fields and sectors of work, the medical field is a very stratified one. Even though we as patients may not see it, many of the folks who make hospitals and medical facilities run are overworked, understaffed, under-protected, and paid way less than we're led to believe. This was made painfully clear last month when frontline physicians at LA county hospitals voted overwhelmingly in favor of striking over unfair labor practices. After voting to strike, LA County members of the Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR/SEIU), which is a local of the Service Employees International Union, won a historic tentative agreement with LA County, including average salary increases of 5.5% in the first year of the contract, followed by 3.25% in the following two years, a $3000 increase in annual housing stipends, a signing bonus for incoming interns, the creation of a $125,000 fund for diverse recruitment efforts and more. To talk about all of this and more, we chat with Dr. Frances Gill, a first-year resident physician at LAC/USC Medical Center who is training to be a psychiatrist. Additional links/info below... Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR/SEIU) website, Facebook page, and Twitter page CIR/SEIU Press Release: LA County Frontline Physicians and CIR Members Announce Contract Resolution After History-Making Campaign Dave Muoio, Fierce Healthcare, "LA County's Tentative Labor Deal Heads Off 1,300-Physician Strike at 3 Public Hospitals" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song
June 23, 2022 — The Board of Supervisors approved the final $355.8 million budget on Tuesday, though some key information is still unavailable. Supervisor John Haschak took up the union's question before the final approval, when he said, “So, we're passing the budget without really knowing what those numbers are, about how many are funded but not filled.” The county appears to be budgeting for 400 unfilled positions. According to SEIU Field Representative Patrick Hickey, 172 of those would be paid for by the general fund. He said 92 of them have been vacant for over a year and a half, and 231 are paid for by state and federal funds. He urged the board to freeze some of the general fund positions, which he calculated would free up millions of dollars, and work vigorously to fill the state and federally funded positions, asserting that “Failure to fill these positions has deprived Mendocino County of vital services that seriously impact our residents. It has also kept tens of millions of state and federal dollars from flowing into our community. This is free money. Let's pay market rate wages to attract the talent we need to serve our community.” The board agreed to direct staff to bring back an agenda item offering increased, market rate wages for state-funded positions. Supervisor Ted Williams also echoed a frequent union refrain, when he specified, “By market rate, we mean enough that people can apply, find housing in our community, et cetera. We don't want vacant positions that are state-funded. One thing about the budget became clear, after Maria Avalos, of UVA, an inland-based Latino advocacy group, asked for more community involvement in the county's decision-making process of awarding the $16.8 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds, which were distributed to help with covid recovery. “I would also suggest that in the future, when community organizations are invited to ask, that the Board of Supervisors would look at our population and see that Latinos make up 25.8% of our population, and that the Spanish-speaking community and Latinos are invited and have a seat at the table as well,” she said during public comment. “I would also ask for transparency on whether the Board of Supervisors has engaged with the public before these funds have been allocated, which was advised.” Supervisors briefly considered bringing the item back, to consider awarding some of the funds to community organizations.But after being told that requests for internal county government uses for the funds were greater than the availability, Supervisors Ted WIlliams and Glenn McGourty decided not to revisit their decision to use it for county services. “I think it would be disingenuous to invite community groups to present, if we know we don't have any funds to award,” Williams said. McGourty added that “I would concur. If there's no money, why have people apply for something that doesn't exist?” The county may use some of the covid money to bolster the new consolidated office of treasurer tax collector and auditor controller. Chamise Cubbison was the only candidate on the ballot and county counsel is preparing an ordinance to appoint her to the new position without paying her both salaries. Former treasurer tax collector Shari Schapmire quit after the board voted 4-1, with Supervisor John Haschak dissenting, to combine the offices. Second in command Julie Forrester's last day is tomorrow. And the outside audit is six months later than usual. Cubbison provided a list of reasons for the tardiness, from staffing shortages to covid to a significant increase in work generated by the receipt of federal funds. The fiscal team with the county executive office prepared the budget this year without the auditor-controller's report . Interim CEO Darcie Antle told the board it was because her office did not receive the report until two months after the budgeting process had already started. In an item only related tangentially to the budget, the board voted unanimously to approve an ordinance establishing fees for public records act requests. The fees range from simple duplication costs to $150 an hour for an attorney's time to sort out disclosable information from material that is exempt from disclosure. If the amount is expected to be more than $50, the person making the request will get an estimate and be asked to pay a $50 deposit. If the deposit runs out before the request is fulfilled, the requester will be asked for another installment. The fees are weighted, which means they are not designed for full cost recovery. County Counsel Christian Curtis estimated that the county receives 4.7 document requests per day, and that fulfilling them takes 20-30% of his attorneys' time. “We've also been seeing an uptick in increasingly complex requests,” he reported, including from companies doing market research. One request stands out for him in particular, where he was included in correspondence with an attorney who made a request from the state. “He indicated that the intent of the request was merely to require the government agency to shuffle around paper.” He added that 5% of the local requests at the county are by one person “upset about a code enforcement issue.” Zack Cinek of Willits, who operates an email newsletter on Substack, objected to the fees, calling the California Public Records Act “a powerful tool for journalists and public alike…this ordinance is in direct conflict with Item E of the Mendocino County strategic plan, that states the county shall increase transparency in government operations to build trust with employees, communities, and partners. It's the same for anybody, media, private citizens, plain and simple: fees deter access to government records.” The Board approved the ordinance, which is based on one in LA County, and asked county counsel to bring back a report in six months and another in a year, to see if it saves staff time.
EXCLUSIVE: Jon Hatami/LA Deputy DA discusses the recent killing of two El Monte police officers and why LA County needs to recall his boss, DA George Gascon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bill Handel is accompanied by Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss news topics that include: LA County could be bringing back indoor mask mandates, the January 6th Committee has called Trump's plan to block the election results illegal, and the man accused of shooting a CHP Officer in Studio City during a traffic stop has been charged with attempted murder.
LA County D.A.'s office released a statement that says they will pay for the funeral for the suspected shooter who shot and killed two El Monte police officers. Jan. 6th Committee resumes for day 3 of hearings.
In this podcast recorded in 2019, Indre Viskontas, neuroscientist and operatic soprano, discusses the relationship between music and the brain. From June 12 to June 18, 2022, explore the intersection between arts and health through a series of events across LA County. For more information and a full schedule, please visit LAOpera.org/Wellness.
A man accused of shooting and critically injuring a CHP officer during a traffic stop in Studio City has been taken into custody. LA County unveils its final LA River Master Plan. We also do a deep dive into LA's history on cults and cultists.
The primary election is over and now it's onto November. As expected, the LA Mayor's race is now down to two candidates--Rick Caruso and Karen Bass. Caruso got more votes yesterday but Bass wasn't far behind. We go In Depth into what to expect between now and November. That's not the only race of interest here in the LA area. LA County sheriff Alex Villanueva will be in a runoff. Many statewide races may not be competitive in November but some House seats will be and that could play a role in whether Republicans take control of Congress. Voter turnout was about as low as it's ever been. We look into why. The victims of disgraced sports and gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar have now filed claims against the FBI. They're looking for a lot of money after the FBI failed to stop him when it first heard about the allegations. New omicron subvariants are gaining a hold in the U.S. Are you ready for BA.4 and BA.5? A new study finds your work might be suffering because of COVID. Another study is optimistic that if you're an optimist you're going to live longer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this week's episode of Fostering Change Rob Scheer talks with Susan Silverman, a rabbi, writer and activist. She is the author of Casting Lots: Creating a Family in a Beautiful, Broken World (Da Capo Press) a memoir that weaves the story of her family, formed through birth and adoption, with Jewish theology and ritual. Susan is the founding director of Second Nurture: Every Child Deserves a Family -- and a Community. Second Nurture partners with communities in LA County and Columbus, OH, to help them prioritize fostering and adoption from foster care among their member families. While some step forward and foster/adopt, many other members support those families in a variety of meaningful ways leading to more permanent, loving families for the kids who need them.On June 19, 2nd Nurture is co-hosting a large event in Los Angeles. It's titled: “Treasures Not Trash: We Ready to Nurture and Comfort”.Story Key Notes:
Wildfire-prone communities can earn better insurance coverage and discounts if they work to prevent wildfires. But it takes time and money that some poorer places don't have. The LA County sheriff's race has been confusing for many. KCRW goes over the nine candidates, their endorsements, and policies. In the primary election, Orange County will elect new local supervisors, and members to the State Assembly. What policies could change if Democrats take control of the OC Board of Supervisors?
Steve Gregory joins us to recap season 2 of Unsolved. LA County health officials announce first case of Monkey Pox. LA County Director of Public Health says an indoor mask mandate could return by the end of the month if cases and hospitalizations don't go down.
Bill Handel talks about President Biden urging Congress to act on guns in a rare primetime address. Dr. Jim Keany, Co-Director of the Emergency Room at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, joins the show to talk about rising covid cases and monkeypox arriving in LA County. And Steve Gregory shares his experience being at last night's LASD Homicide Bureau's 100th Anniversary Gala, while also teasing what's coming up tomorrow night on his episode of 'Unsolved'.
Bill Handel is accompanied by Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The trio discusses news topics that include: President Biden is pressing for more gun control after the alarming amount of mass shootings, the FDA is being audited over the baby formula crisis, and the first case of Monkeypox has been confirmed in LA County.
On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we discuss the Oakley Police Department press conference on the Alexis Gabe case and urge District Attorney Diana Becton to issue a public apology to the Gabe family. Alameda County issues indoor mask mandate again. LA County soon behind. We then discuss school safety and how Senate passes bill to allow schools not to report threats to law enforcement, Gavin Newsom is lax on school safety. CHP honors good Samaritans for helping officer shot. We talk about some other stuff as well as Kenny turning 50. Articles from the show: Murder Suspect in the Alexis Gabe Case Killed Following Attack on Law Enforcement Officers Contra Costa District Attorney's Statement on the Murder of Alexis Gabe Alameda County reinstates indoor mask mandate LA County could return to indoor mask-wearing if COVID numbers keep rising California State Senate Passes Bill to Allow Schools Not to Report Threats Gov. Newsom Ignores Lax Safety Practices at CA Public Schools Details emerge about Berkeley High School teen's alleged plans for shooting, bombing 7th Grade student arrested for bringing BB gun to Colusa County school DA Gascon can't ignore California's ‘three-strikes' law, appellate court says California Attorney General Bonta announces multi-agency ‘gang takedown' in Stockton California bank robbery suspect killed in police shootout You may commute over one of these structurally deficient bridges in California California ranks 1st in most dog attacks on USPS postal workers Mayor Breed, SFPD to march in 2022 Pride Parade after solution reached CHP honors Good Samaritans for helping officer shot in April
Here's your morning news: L.A. County's first suspected case of monkeypox is someone who recently traveled domestically; Union representing resident physicians and fellows at three LA County-run hospitals has given notice that members plan to strike June 13th through 15th; President Biden will be in Los Angeles next week to host a gathering of leaders from North, Central and South America; Taking the salt out of ocean water is one way to increase water supplies; Los Angeles ranks near the top of the list for dog attacks on mail carriers; State appeals court panel upholds injunction blocking some of DA Gascon's biggest reforms; Jury selection starts in trial of man accused of killing Nipsey Hussle; Many Afghans who settled in Southern California still wrestling with uncertainty. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
Booker and Stryker talk news - LA County confirms 1st cast of Monkeypox infection, Starting NBA broadcast team will be out due to catching COVID, Betty White's home sold for more than asking price. Booker thinks very highly of himself and thought someone wanted a picture with him, wait till you hear the story. Carah Faye from Shiny Toy Guns stopped by to say hi to the guys and tells us she has new music coming out tonight June 2nd. Stryker thinks donuts are an overrated food item and the ends up getting bashed on the text line due to his craziness!
Longtime politician versus longtime businessman. Karen Bass and Rick Caruso have separated themselves from the rest of the pack in the race for mayor of LA. It looks like they'll be the final two candidates remaining following Tuesday's primary election. We talked to Bass already last week and now, this time, we're going In Depth with Rick Caruso to find out why he says he should be mayor. Monkeypox is here...apparently. LA County has reported its first presumptive case. This comes following an outbreak in Europe and cases reported on the east coast. Should we worry? Another mass shooting--this time in Tulsa. The shooter was a man--again. We look into why you hardly see a mass shooting case involving a woman. Gas prices show no signs of slowing down and the war in Ukraine shows no signs of ending soon. All that is raising concerns of a possible energy crisis that we haven't seen since the 1970s. More and more people are holding off on retirement now because of inflation. The UK starts a big four-day-long celebration and party--the Platinum Jubilee--for Queen Elizabeth, marking 70 years as monarch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard both win but Depp wins a lot more. A jury rules in favor of both Depp and Heard in their defamation trial. But the jurors favor Depp more and award him much more money. A historic report is now out here in California, detailing the state's role in discrimination against African-Americans. It lays out the problems, what can be done to correct them and sets up the groundwork for slavery reparations. We look into the state Reparations Task Force report and what it means for California. Some LA County lifeguards are making bank at the beach. A new report details how one lifeguard made more than $510,000 last year. We look into how. The Bay Area was once held up as a shining example of how to slow COVID. But now it's dealing with another surge. Russia is gaining ground in Ukraine as the U.S. and other Western countries look to further help stop Russian aggression. We go In Depth with a former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO on how this war will shape Europe, Russia and the U.S. moving forward. And two scientists say they think they know why aliens don't visit Earth. Maybe the reason why is the reason we might never go visit them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mater Dei High school closes campus through Friday after a ‘credible threat' of violence. A couple in San Bernadino are arrested and accused of abusing and torturing their nieces and nephews for four years. LA County lifeguards apparently make good money.
Bill Handel brings on KFI News Reporter Steve Gregory to reflect on LASD's busting of major illegal pot grows in the LA County. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss news topics that include: 'Very angry' Uvalde locals grapple with the school chief's role, President Biden will meet with baby formula makers to discuss easing the shortage, and John Hinckley nears full freedom 41 years after shooting President Reagan.
On this episode of WTF California, the Antioch Police Department crime statistics for 2020 and 2021 are in and we go over the data after Antioch Mayor Lamar Thorpe failed to place it on an agenda. We then get into lifeguard pay. Lawmakers continue to fail at providing gas tax relief for California. Plus more. Antioch Police Crime Data for 2020 and 2021 California gas rebate: Lawmakers show little movement while gas prices spike CA congressman proposes suspending federal gas tax, increasing taxes on 'Big Oil's skyrocketing profits' Cooking with gas? Climate change may force a break up with your beloved range Expert explains why mask mandates won't work at this stage in COVID pandemic Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana closed this week due to ‘credible threat' Baldwin Park police arrest student for making violent threats against his own high school Man held in spree of East Bay sex attacks Campaign signs for 3 San Jose candidates stolen and vandalized Breed announces $6.5M in budget plan to end trans homelessness in SF by 2027 California reparations task force set to unveil groundbreaking report California 8-year-old seriously hurt, narrowly avoids leg amputation after bullying incident, mom says Aunt, uncle arrested for abuse and torture of 5 kids including branding, strangulation Highest-paid LA County lifeguards made up to $500,000 in 2021: Report Sacramento City council votes to repeal anti-cruising ordinance Disneyland announces new ticket offer for California residents, ends Magic Key pass sales
Legal analyst James Bozajian and Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton join the podcast to discuss three recent trials out of LA County: the Jeffrey Cooper trial, Rebecca Grossman trial and Anthony Rauda trial. Accompanying LinksJeff Cooper guilty on child molestation chargesJeff Cooper case goes to jury Anthony Rauda fit for trial despite bizarre behavior Podcast: Revisiting Anthony RaudaGrossman to stand trial for second-degree murderGrossman delayedPodcast: Rebecca Grossman prelim Branching OutFind us on TwitterEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgWritten by Kyle Jorrey and Scott SteepletonAudio Engineering + Graphic Design by David LopezProduced by Allison MontroyMusic by Ian Bradley SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS!Timios Title and Escrow Services211 Village Commons Blvd. #13, Camarillo(800) 377-8019Dr. Sara Whatley Health and Wellness2237 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo (805) 437-6547Maid in America HousecleaningCall for a free estimate!(805) 499-7259Gold Coast Veterans Foundation4001 Mission Oaks Blvd, Suite D, Camarillo, CA(805) 482-6550Save a Life Thrift Stores315 Arneill Rd #103, Camarillo (888) 876-0605Support the show
Back for its third year at the LA County Fair and located in Building 9, the Haunt Supershow will be joining in on the centennial celebrations by offering an all-new “100 Years of Horror” exhibit. The popular social media photo-op attrac! Plus, two mazes with scare actors, a zombie shooting gallery, and plenty of vendors. Today we'll hear from organizer Dirk Hagen and Asylum Zone.
LA County saw more than 12,000 new COVID cases between Saturday and Monday. And over the past month, test positivity doubled and hospitalizations jumped by 80%. It's all according to Barbara Ferrer. It is possible to create a beautiful and functional home garden during California's upcoming drought-induced water restrictions. Online, #JusticeforJohnnyDepp has more than 15 billion views, while #IStandWithAmber has only about 8 million views. Musician Bobby Brown's life has made tabloid headlines, from his marriage to Whitney Houston, to a string of arrests, to the deaths of two of his children. A new biography about him debuts on May 30 on A&E.
Dr. Roberto Mezzina headed the Dipartimento di Salute Mentale in Trieste until his retirement in late 2019. Both of the California delegations that visited Trieste (in 2017 and 2019) were graciously welcomed by Dr. Mezzina and his staff in our quest to understand the culture and principles that make this system so noteworthy. Within those two delegations were representatives from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (LASD), harboring a deep desire to embrace a more human-focused posture on how to come alongside people with mental illness, both in the county jail system and in the community. The Department is also interested to lean into guiding principles of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights – which is espoused by the Italian system – as a framework to guide how people with mental illness are cared for in our society.In April 2022, Dr. Mezzina was invited to Los Angeles at the behest of the L.A. Sheriff's Foundation to come alongside some specialized divisions in the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department: the Homeless Outreach Services Team (HOST) and the Mental Evaluation Team. Dr. Mezzina also toured the remarkable program that was initially started in 2016 at Twin Towers to provide a more caring and therapeutic environment for the most seriously mentally ill patients in the jail. Under the leadership of the Sheriff's Department and the Department of Health Services Correctional Mental Health division, this program, described in an article which appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, has expanded. (See website created by the Mental Health Assistants for more information about this innovation.)Dr. Mezzina's visit to Los Angeles coincided with the filming of an episode of the CNN documentary series, “Life with Lisa Ling.” This episode (to be aired in the show's next season) will focus upon the mental health crisis in Los Angeles County. The producers and host of this show participated in some of the outreach and engagement conducted by the LASD HOST Team and Dr. Mezzina. This interview was conducted in person in the podcast studio at Verdugo Sound on the way to the airport. Dr. Mezzina also provides an update on the changing political climate in Trieste – a topic that was introduced in a podcast interview that can be found in Season Two, Episode Seven.
LAT on how few people charged with lower level crimes are choosing treatment programs over prosecution LA County says masks may come back with hospitalizations Covid can cause penis problems Man hoards Rabbits and finally admits he cant control them
The bears have come out of hibernation and are hungry, chewing through stocks so much that they briefly fell into a Bear Market earlier today. We go In Depth into what that means for the economy and you. Maybe we should start to worry somewhat about monkeypox. The World Health Organization has held a meeting about the virus as new cases are being found in Europe. Could it reach pandemic level soon? Speaking of a pandemic, public health officials in LA County could bring back an indoor mask mandate soon if COVID cases keep rising. We look into whether businesses will really want to enforce this again. We talk to a reporter in Ukraine who's been covering the fighting in the Donbas Region where Russia is focusing most of its efforts now. We go In Depth into what it's like to cover a war being fought in your own country. The 2020 presidential election will be remembered by historians and political experts for decades to come. A new book explains the events before, during and after the election and just how fragile Democracy is right now in the U.S. We talk to one of the authors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
If you're tired of all the nonsense on Twitter--so is Twitter. It says it's going to get tougher now on misinformation during a time of crisis. The company say it's going to add warning notices to tweets with misinformation during things like armed conflict, natural disasters and public health emergencies. We go In Depth into whether this will actually work and if it's in response to Elon Musk possibly taking over soon. President Biden finally uses the Defense Production Act to get baby formula back on store shelves. But could this all have been avoided? Russia is moving troops around Ukraine, focusing more on the east. We'll look into whether this plan will work. Ford has a problem with vehicles catching fire, even when they're shut off. COVID cases keep going up as do the number of people in the hospital. Mask recommendations are back. Mandates might be next in some areas like LA County. We go In Depth into whether people are just too fatigued to care about mandates anymore. Another strange disease is sparking interest. It's called monkeypox and it's here in the U.S. But for how long? California is dealing with another invasive pest--a worm. This creepy crawly isn't any worm--it's a jumping worm. It can actually jump around. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This part covers some zero day observations and riding a newly repaired Brompton from downtown Los Angeles to Venice and Redondo Beach, circling back to my airport hotel. A bit of a tour reset, but great adventures in bicycle touring LA County! Go check out FOTS and Pedalshift Society member Greg Braithwaite's videos of HIS CA tour over at Bike Vids on YouTube... I'm going to give this more of a shout out next week, but my insanely busy week shouldn't prevent you from checking them out. Hoping to get Greg on the show soon! Quick programming note... next week we wrap the journal up for this trip, then we hit a best of that tracks back to 2017, and then we've got a wrap-up takeaways episode for the Missing Link. Then we're going to take a break from tour journals for a few episodes since I haven't had time to tour! If you've got ideas on what you'd like me to cover, shoot em my way! Statistics New tires 1 Miles biked 35 Fish tacos eaten 3 Beach towns cycled through 6 Flats 0
Don't look at your 401k or stock portfolios. It's bad, really bad today. The Dow was down more than 1,100 points. Stocks keep falling and falling as inflation keeps rising and rising. We go In Depth into when we might reach the bottom. COVID just won't quit. Cases are on the rise across the country and right here in southern California. The CDC tomorrow could put LA County into its "medium" transmission range. That's a step closer to bringing back indoor mask mandates. A new study shows you don't have to get really sick to develop long COVID. Some public schools here in California used to be over-crowded. Now, the LA School District and others are worried about major enrollment drops over the next several years. The recent primary elections show former President Trump still has influence. This comes as celebrity Doctor Mehmet Oz is in a tight GOP primary battle for the party's Senate nomination. Equal pay for better work. The U.S. Women's Soccer Team is set now to get the same pay as the men's team. We look into what this means for women athletes in other sports. Paradise lost in Hawaii. The state is being overrun by chickens--yes chickens. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A resident of Westchester, Lucy Han joins the John and Ken show to talk about the homelessness problems in her community. John and Ken also discuss when LA County will release their homelessness population count and where all the illegal parked RV's will go.
My love and partner Laura joins me on the podcast this week to give exciting updates! In this podcast, you will hear more about: -What is MCS? -What is a container home and why are we interested? -The advantages of an all-metal home for empaths; -My first trip to the desert in California; -Laura's take on the whole situation, the odd see-through dome houses and tiny homes; -My Akashic Records readings on the land that we have looked at so far; -The benefits of using the Akashic Records to learn new things you have learned in previous lifetimes; -What me and Laura do with empathetic overwhelm; And so much more! We also have some fun relationship talk, like the differences in bougie levels of the LA County and Rochester County Fair (I love a butter sculpture!), which one of us is more “hardcore,”and able to live in the desert and what it means to look corporate. Akashic Records Readings with Adalina Get Guided Mastermind There is generally very little accuracy about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Environmental Illness online. I am including some of my favorite resources below. Thank you for being interested! Your support means so much me. Environmental Illness and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Environmental Illness Understanding Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
In this edition of Trends, Jack and Miles discuss LA County's decision to continue enforcing the masks mandate in mass public transit areas, Marjorie Taylor Greene testifying to determine whether she should be eligible to re-election due to her role in the Jan 6th insurrection, Pusha T's new album ‘It's Almost Dry,' Google's time-lapse doodle showing the effects of climate change and Netflix scrapping plans for the sequel to Will Smith's 2017 film Bright. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.