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San Bernardino County Fire clearing flood damage after California storms.
Storm brings fast flooding to Redlands.
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Man arrested on suspicion of child after tip from Google's Gmail.
Jeff Joseph - Missing Since 6/21/14
On June 16, Jeff traveled from New Orleans to Los Angeles. His plans were to visit family, travel up to Northern California to his farm, return back to Los Angeles, and then return home to New Orleans on July 1st.
He arrived in Los Angeles, spent the week in the city, and then left on June 20th to drive up North. He left his uncle's residence mid morning, saying he was going to stop in Arcata to do some business by making a big purchase, then head to the farm. Jeff said he would be back into the city the following week. We have understood that Jeff never made it to the farm. He did not make it back to Los Angeles, and missed his return flight home to New Orleans.
His cell phone records indicate activity evening of June 20th. There was no activity or internet browsing from midnight that evening through 6am the next day, June 21st. On the morning of 6/21, phone activity began at 6am. There were two phone calls made and two texts were sent. He did some internet browsing and he checked some emails. The calls and texts that morning were to people from out of state, no connections to California, and none of the conversations were out of the ordinary. After 8:10 am there is no cell phone activity. No social networking sites or emails have been accessed since. We are hopeful you can get us more tower information. We have very limited data information about Jeff's last location(s)Jeff's farm is located in Hoopa / Weitchpec area.
Did Jeff ever arrive at the farm? Did He take a wrong turn and meet up with danger. Since he went missing, there has been no sign of him, his vehicle or belongings. Jeff seems to have just disappeared. JOIN US on SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 at 8 P.M. EST. Jeff's family will be on the air Live to discuss this case, dispell the rumors and set the picture strait. LET'S BRING HIM HOME.
Angus and Captain Frankendread have lots on their plate to talk about this week after Week 1 of the NFL season.
You can expect only a small side of Rice though...because it's still baseball season too, and frankly we just don't care any more Rice.
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The seven-part series on Route 66 moves into its homestretch with this week's episode on the Mother Road in California - and appropriately, it's the 66th episode of RTR! Jeremy will highlight the best places to stop and enjoy the scenery throughout the 316 miles of Historic 66 in California. From Amboy Crater to San Bernardino's Original McDonald's Resturant and the Santa Monica Pier, it's a trip that has to be experienced!
Later in the hour, Jeremy will be taking your questions in Travel Q&A, as well as more classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio in The Travel Archive and comedy On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio!
Radio PFO has another great show for you with a wahoo caught by angler Eric Kim is Southern California. Eric joins Phil in an exclusive interview. The story by Pete Thomas about this catch made the yahoo homepage as did Phil and Eric's interview.
Don Ashley from Pierpoint Laning in Long Beach has been in sportfishing for over 6 decades. He calls this the best year for tuna in Southern California he has ever seen. Find out why he thinks so and find out what you'll need to catch some tuna soon.
Bill Varney is live from the TUNA GROUNDS with a report on how the FREE PFO GPS HOOK-Up Service worked out. Bill got into the yellowfin tuna, dorado and yellowtail near Catalina and has a great report for you.
Pat Whitaker has remained friends with his 4th grade teacher Robert Clark for decades. He took him fishing on a 19 foot skiff off the east end of Catalina and found wide open yellowfin tuna. It's a story that you just have to hear.
The Pacific Islander out of Cisco's Sportfishing in Oxnard is headed offshore for tuna. Find out about that trip as well as some exceptional surface action for yellowtail and more.
Bill Varney joins us with the best surf fishing update anywhere. Bill is our go to guy and will cover it all for you again this week. He will also have his TIP OF THE WEEK.
Dino's Bar and Grill in Port Charlotte FL featuring Indipendent music from Wrench "Touched". & Brandon Rojas with "Wave Goodbye".
ALOHA SNACKBAR! also some news feeds we can make fun of and or I mean um educate people. ALOHA SNACKBAR!
Check us out and inquire with us to be a part of the crazyness If you can Improv we are looking for you! Email our coordinator Michael@UnityAmericaRadio.com
Redding, California, a city with a small town feel and a mecca for outdoor activity–hiking, climbing, boating, biking, swimming…the list goes on and on! The city of Redding sprang out of an area called “Poverty Flats,” and was first settled by early California pioneers. Hudson’s Bay Company trappers and members of the American Settlers passed through the site of Redding while traveling along the Siskiyou Trail.
This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg explores the largest city in the Shasta Cascade region and introduces guests such as Redding Historian Doni Chamberlain and State Park Superintendent Lori Martin.
Sharon Weil talks with James Stark about permaculture, tending the inner garden, and the wisdom of living in alignment with nature. He is co-founder and co-director of Regenerative Design Institute, a permaculture school that “grows people, and the new community leaders for our times.” He co-directs the Ecology of Leadership and Ecology of Awakening programs at RDI. A community visioning leader, James shows us how to tend the inner soil so the seeds of our visions can grow in the world. This conversation was so lively, it continues on to next week! www.regenerativedesign.org www.passing4normal.com
There seems to be some confusion over fireworks in California. Take Riverside County where consumer fireworks are illegal, except for five cities. It creates a situation where people purchase fireworks and take them to cities where they're illegal, an in the process they break serious laws. We'll explain the dilemma, and get your opinion.
Also in Riverside County some people in Murrieta are forcing buses of undocumented immigrants away from a Murrieta facility. The passengers were brought over from Texas for processing at Border Patrol station.
And we'll take your calls LIVE about the 4th of July.
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