Global  

Trusted News Discovery Since 2008
One News Page
One News Page > News Videos > 23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for January 15, 2020

23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for January 15, 2020

Video Credit: 23ABC News | Bakersfield - Duration: 10:56s - Published
23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for January 15, 2020
23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for January 15, 2020
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for January 15, 2020

JOINING IS TONIGHT FOR23ABC NEWS AT SIX-- I'M JESSICAHARRINGTON.TONIGHT'S TOP STORIES..THE FLU SEASON IS STILL CAUSINGTROUBLE FOR MANY IN KERNCOUNTY -- WITH ONE DEATH ALREADYREPORTED THISYEAR -- HOW OFFICIALS SAY YOUCAN STAY SAFE ANDHEALTHY...AND -- A LOCAL OUTREACH CENTEROFFERING UNIQUESERVICES..MORE ON HOW THE FRIENDSHIP HOUSEHELPS PROVIDERESOURCES FOR THOSE IN THECOMMUNITY WHO ARE FROMANOTHER COUNTRY...ALLISON???23ABC NEWS AT SIX STARTS RIGHTNOW...KERN COUNTY HAS ALREADY SEEN ONEFLU RELATED DEATH THISSEASON -- AND LOCAL HEALTHOFFICIALS ARE REMINDING YOUTO TAKE PRECAUTIONS...23ABC'S IMANI STEPHENS HAS MOREON THE POSSIBLEREPERCUSSIONS OF NOT WASHINGYOUR HANDS PROPERLY.AS TEMPERATURES FEEL A BITCOOLER -- ANDYOU MAY HAVE A COUGH, HEADACHE-- OR A SORE THROAT --THAT IT'S JUST A COMMON COLD.BUT THAT MAY NOT BE THE CASEMICHELLE CORSON WITHKERN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SAYS-- THIS IS PEAK SEASON FORTHE FLU, AFFECTING CHILDREN MORETHAN ADULTS THISYEAR"OUR MOST VULNERABLE ARE OURYOUNG CHILDREN THATARE 6 MONTHS OF AGE AND YOUNGERAND CAN'T GETVACCINATED"CORSON RECOMMENDS THOSE WHO AREOLDER TORECEIVE THE VACCINETHERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF FLUVIRUSES, BUT THIS YEAR THE C-D-CISREPORTING ABOUT DOUBLE THEAMOUNT OF CHILD DEATHSASSOCIATED WITH THE B STRAINVIRUS"THE A STRAIN CAN NOT JUST BEPASSED NOT JUST AMONG HUMANS,BUT ANIMALS AND HUMANS.

BUT THEB STRAIN IS ONLY TRANSFERREDBETWEEN HUMANS"I SPOKE WITH A LOCAL INFECTIOUSDISEASE NURSE, WHO SHOWED USTHE IMPACT OF NOT WASHING YOURHANDS PROPERLY"IT MEANS YOUR MISSING THECUTICLE BED, AND IF YOU FLIPOVER,YOU ALSO SEE THAT UNDERNEATH THENAIL ITSELF IT'SALSO GLOWING SO THAT MEANS YOUALSO MISSED THOSE AREAS ASWELL""AND WHEN YOU THINK ABOUTBACTERIAS AND VIRUSES, IF IT'SON A SURFACE THEY CONTINUE TOMULTIPLY -- IF THAT'S BACTERIAHAS BEEN THERE A LONG TIMEYOU'RE GETTING A HIGHCONCENTRATION"ACCORDING TO PUBLIC HEALTH,BACTERIA CAN LIVE ON ASURFACE FOR UP TO 24 HOURS"IT'S HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS"AND IF YOUR CHILD IS SHOWING FLUSYMPTOMS, SUCH AS A SORETHROAT -- COUGH -- FEVER -- ORFATIGUEA LOCAL PHARMACISTS RECOMMENDSTO HAVE YOUR CHILDSEEN AT THEIR PEDIATRICIANSOFFICE OR URGENT CARE"TO PREVENT THE FLU IS TO GETTHE FLU SHOT, SO IT STILL ISN'TTOO LATE TO GET THE FLU SHOT --YOU CAN GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR'SOFFICE-- MANY PHARMACIES ALSO OFFERTHE FLU SHOT, AND THAT IS REALLYTHE BEST WAY"LESLIE CHANCE TOOK THE STANDAGAIN TODAY BUT THE DEFENSE ALSOCALLED KERN COUNTY SHERIFF'SLESLIE CHANCE TOOK THE STANDAGAIN TODAY BUT THE DEFENSEALSO CALLED KERN COUNTYSHERIFF'S OFFICE DETECTIVEKAVIN BREWER -- THE LEADDETECTIVE ON THE CASE.23ABC'S ALEX BELL HAS MORE FROMTHE DETECTIVE'STESTIMONY FROM TODAY.AFTER LESLIE CHANCE WAS EXCUSEDFROM THE WITNESSSTAND, THE DEFENSE CALLED,DETECTIVE KAVIN BREWER, THELEAD DETECTIVE ON THE CASE.TODAY THE DEFENSEQUESTIONED THE DETECTIVE ABOUTHIS RECORD OF REPORTS WHENINTERVIEWING POTENTIALWITNESSES.WE WANT TO REMIND OUR VIEWERSTHAT THE FOOTAGE YOUSEE THROUGHOUT OUR COVERAGE ISFILE FOOTAGE.

CAMERAS ARENOT ALLOWED IN THE COURTROOMUNTIL CLOSING ARGUMENTS.WHEN THE DEFENSE BEGANQUESTIONING DETECTIVEBREWER THEY ASKED HIM TO LOCATEA REPORT WITH A HOMEADDRESS LOCATED ON TIGERFLOWERDRIVE, THIS WASTHE HOME THAT WAS RIGHT ACROSSTHE STREET FROMWHERE TODD'S MUSTANG WAS FOUND.DETECTIVEBREWER TESTIFIED THAT HE COULDNOT FIND A REPORT.THE DEFENSE SHOWED DETECTIVEBREWER AND THEJURY A PHOTO OF A DEPUTYSTANDING OUTSIDE THEHOME ACROSS THE STREET WHERETODD'S MUSTANG WASFOUND, ON TIGERFLOWER DR. INTHE PHOTO THE DEPUTY CANBE SEEN TALKING TO MULTIPLEPEOPLE AND APPEARING TOTAKE NOTES.THE DEFENSE NOTED THERE IS NORECORD OF SHERIFFSDETECTIVES INTERVIEWING THEPEOPLE WHO LIVED AT THEHOME ON TIGERFLOWER DRIVE.DETECTIVE BREWERTESTIFIED THAT NOT EVERYINTERVIEW IS DOCUMENTED IFNOTHING IMPORTANT WAS MENTIONED,OR IF THE PERSONDIDN'T SEE ANYTHING.TODAY THE DEFENSE RESTED ANDTOMORROW THE PROSECUTION WILLPRESENT REBUTTAL EVIDENCE.

THEJUDGE SAID THE EVIDENTIARYPORTION OF THE TRIAL WILL FINISHTOMORROW AND COURT WILL RESUMETOMORROW AT 9:30AM.

COURT WILLNOT BE IN SESSION ON FRIDAY...IN STUDIO I'M ALEX BELL FOR23ABC NEWS CONNECTING YOU.NEW DETAILS TONIGHT -- THE KERNCOUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICEHAS IDENTIFIED THE MAN SHOT ANDKILLED IN MCFARLAND LASTFRIDAY...THIS IS VIEWER VIDEO SENT INTOTHE 23ABC NEWSROOM.ACCORDING TO THE K-C-S-O, 36-YEAR-OLD WILLIAM JOSEPH LARA WASTHE PERSON KILLED BY GUNFIRE.POLICE RECEIVED A CALL FOR SHOTS"HEARD" JUST BEFORE 7 P.M.

ONFRIDAY, JANUARY 10TH.POLICE RESPONDED TO A HOME ON5TH STREET NEARWEST KERN AVENUE IN MCFARLAND --WEST OF HIGHWAY99 -- WHERE THEY FOUND LARASUFFERING FROM MULTIPLEGUNSHOT WOUNDS.HE WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THESCENE.POLICE SAY THERE IS NO SUSPECTINFORMATION ATTHIS TIME, BUT A DARK-COLOREDVEHICLE WAS SEEN LEAVING THESCENE.ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THISINCIDENT -- CALL MCFARLANDP-D AT 792-21-21 OR IF YOU WISHTO REMAIN ANONYMOUS CALLTHEIR TIP LINE AT 428-12-65.THE KERN COUNTY CORONER HASRELEASED NEW INFORMATIONREGARDING A DEADLY SHOOTING INWASCO EARLIER THISMONTH -- THE CORONER SAYING27-YEAR-OLD RICARDOVILLEGAS DIED AFTER HE WAS SHOTMULTIPLE TIMES, AMONGOTHER FACTORS...THE CORONER STATED THAT MULTIPLEGUNSHOTWOUNDS WERE FACTORS IN VILLEGAS'S DEATH, AS WELLAS HEART DISEASE, OBESITY ANDFATTY LIVER.ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 3RD, DEPUTIESRESPONDED TOREPORTS OF A SHOOTING AT 12THAND BROADWAY STREETS INWASCO AT AROUND 5 P.M.WHEN THEY ARRIVED THEY FOUNDVILLEGAS.

HE WAS TAKEN TOKERN MEDICAL WHERE HE LATER DIEDON MONDAY, JANUARY 6TH.SO FAR -- NO ARRESTS HAVE BEENMADE.ANYONE -- WITH INFORMATION ONTHE CRIME -- IS ASKED TO CALLK-C-S-O AT 8-6-1 -- 31 --10.KERN COUNTY IS EXPERIENCING VERYCALM AND QUIETCONDITIONS AHEAD OF A WINTERSTORM THAT IS MOVINGTOWARD THE REGION.BAKERSFIELD WAS ABOVE AVERAGEAND HAS PASSING CLOUDS.

THESECLOUDS WILL BE INCREASINGOVERNIGHT.

THIS STORM WILL BRINGSTRONG WINDS IN THE WEST SIDEHILLS, THE TEHACHAPI AREA ANDTHE KERN COUNTY DESERT.

THERE ISA WIND ADIVISORY IN THOSE AREASTHURSDAY UNTIL FRIDAY MORNING.RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE VALLEYTHURSDAY AFTERNOON, ANDSNOW CHANCES BEGIN AS SOON ASTHE SUN SETS.

THE VALLEY WILLRECIEVE AROUND 0.10" OF RAIN ANDTHE FOOTHILLS COULD SEE 0.25"TO 0.50".

ELEVATIONS ABOVE7,000' WILL SEE 6-12" OFSNOW.

ABOVE 5,000' WILL SEE 2-4", AND 4,000' WILL SEE ADUSTING TO1" OF SNOW.

THERE IS A WINTERSTORM WARNING IN THELAKE ISABELLA AREA AND A WINTERWEATHER ADVISORY IN THEFORT TEJON AREA.THIS STORM CLEARS BY FRIDAYMORNING BRINGING THECHANCE FOR ICY ROADS IN THEMOUNTAINS.

TEMPERATURES WILL BEWARMING THIS WEEKEND WITH THECHANCE FOR FOG IN THEVALLEY EACH MORNING.OUR NEXT CHANCE FOR RAIN ANDSNOW WILL BE TUESDAY ANDWEDNESDAY OF NEXT WEEK.THE PANAMA-BUENA VISTA SCHOOLDISTRICT TEACHERS WILLNOT BE ABLE TO GET REPORT CARDSOUT ON TIME BECAUSE OFA RECENT RANSOMWARE ATTACK.ON JANUARY 10TH, THE DISTRICTWAS HIT WITH A CYBER RANSOMWAREATTACK THAT CAUSED A TECHNOLOGYAND PHONE OUTAGE ATMULTIPLE SCHOOLS.

THIS DISTRICTSENT A MESSAGE OUT TOPARENTS AND STAFF THAT BECAUSEOF THE ATTACK TEACHERARE UNABLE TO ACCESS GRADINGINFORMATION.

THE SAID PARENTSSHOULD NOT EXPECT GRADE SOONERTHAN THE END OF THE MONTH.THE DISTRICT SAID THEY AREWORKING CLOSELY WITHTHE FEDERAL BUREAU OFINVESTIGATION AND DEPARTMENTOF HOMELAND SECURITY TOINVESTIGATE THIS ATTACK.A LOCAL ORGANIZATION ISPROVIDING FREE RESOURCES TOTHE ASIAN-INDIAN COMMUNITIES ANDHELPING THEM NAVIGATETHROUGH KERN COUNTY.

23ABCSLEZLA GOODEN JOINS US INSTUDIO WITH MORE.

LEZLA?GOOD EVENING I HAD THEOPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT THEGLOBAL AIM FRIENDSHIP RESOURCECENTER, WHICHOFFERS EVERYTHING FROM ENGLISHCLASSES, JOBPLACEMENT, AND COUNSELINGSERVICES.

TODAY I WAS ABLE TOSITDOWN WITH THE FOUNDER OF THECENTER AND A VOLUNTEER WHOSHARES THE IMPORTANCE OF THEIRORGANIZATION.THE GLOBAL AIM RESOURCE CENTERHAS BEEN LOCATED HERE INBAKERSFIELD FOR THE PAST 7 YEARSAND SINCE THEN THEY'VEEDUCATED OVER 200....WHO HAVEBEEN BENEFITED FROM ENGLISHLANGUAGE CLASSES, CITIZENSHIPCLASSES, LOCATEHOUSING AND MORE.I AM SO PRIVILEGED AND BLESSEDTO BEHERE AND I LIKE HELPING ANYBODY.TO ME THESE GIRLS, YES I HELPTHEM BUT THEYHELP ME AND I FEEL BLESSED TO BEHERE AND GIVEN THIS OPPORTUNITY.BALBINDER GILL HAS BEENVOLUNTEERING AS AN ENGLISHTEACHER HERE AT THE RESOURCEFRIEDNSHIP CENTER FOR FOURYEARS AND WAS INSPIRED BY THEMISSION OF THE CENTER, WHICH ISPROVIDING FRIENDSHIP ANDWELCOMING ALL.THIS IS NOT ONLY FOR THE SIKHCOMMUNITYWE WOULD LOVE FOR YOU TO COME TOOUR COMMUNITY IN BAKERSFIELD TOWEARE GOING TO DO FULL TOURS THISYEAR INTO HE SIKH COMMUNITY.

YOUCANMEET SIKH FAMILIES AND GO TO THESIKH TEMPLE AND GET A TOUR.ACCORDING TO SIMON GOUNDER, THEEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THEGLOBAL AIM FRIENDSHIP RESOURCECENTER SAYSTHAT THE NUMBER ONE CONCERN FORTHE SIKH COMMUNITY ISLEARNING ENGLISH.AND THAT IS WHY THE CENTEROFFERS UNLIMITEDCLASSES FOR $25-WHICH IS OPENEDFROM MONDAY TOTHURSDAY FROM 8AM TO 1P TO OFFERTWO-HOUR CLASSES.WE ALSO HAVE A COMPUTER LABWHERE WE ALSO TEACH THEM BASICCOMPUTER AND HELP PEOPLE WITHPUTTING RESUMES AND APPLY FORJOBS.

WE HAVE HELPED PEOPLE GETDRIVERS LICENSES,FOUND PHARMACIES , DOCTORS ANDALL RESOURCES YOU CAN THINK OF.GOUNDER AND HIS TEAM SAY THATTHEY RE ALL A TIGHT-NITCOMMUNITY AND FELT THE NEED TOBRING A CENTER HERE TO OFFERSAFE SUPPORT FOR THE SIKH ANDASIAN INDIAN COMMUNITIES.THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR THEINDIAN COMMUNITY, I AM AN INDIANWEDON'T TALK ABOUT OUR ISSUEBECAUSE WE FEEL THAT WE DON'TWANT ANYONETO KNOW- YOU NEED TO KNOW WHENYOU WALK INTO OUR CENTER, WEWILL NOTLEAK IT OUT TO ANYBODY BUTDIRECT YOU TO THE RIGHT PLACE.THE FRIENDSHIP RESOURCE CENTERSAYS IN 2020 THEY AREARE LOOKING TO CREATE MORECOACHES FOR FAMILIES ANDYOUNGER PEOPLE..

ALSO, THEY AREHOPING TO EXPAND THECENTER TO HELP STUDENTS WITHHOMEWORK .FOR MOREINFORMATION ON THE CENTER BESURE TO HEAD TO TURN TO 23 DOTCOM.

FOR NOW IN STUDIO LEZLAGOODEN 23ABC NEWSCONNECTING YOU.AND --UNITED SIKHS ANNOUNCED THAT THEUNITED STATES 20-20 CENSUS WILLCOUNT SIKH AMERICANS AS ASEPARATE ETHNICGROUP.

THE CURRENT ESTIMATEFOR SIKH AMERICANSIS CLOSE TO A MILLION IN THEUNITED STATES.ACCORDING TO SIKH LEADERS INKERN COUNTY, THERE ARE OVER10-THOUSAND SIKH FAMILIES RIGHTHERE IN OUR COMMUNITY.THIS ANNOUNCEMENT -- ACCORDINGTO THE UNITED SIKHS-- IS A MILESTONE FOR AMERICA'SSIKH COMMUNITY.SIKHISM IS THE WORLD'S FIFTHMOST POPULAR RELIGION.THE BC RENEGADES FOOTBALL




You Might Like


Tweets about this


Recent related videos from verified sources

23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for April 9, 2020 [Video]

23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for April 9, 2020

23ABC News at 6 p.m. | Top Stories for April 9, 2020

Credit: 23ABC News | Bakersfield     Duration: 11:01Published
23ABC News at 5 p.m. | Top Stories for April 9, 2020 [Video]

23ABC News at 5 p.m. | Top Stories for April 9, 2020

23ABC News at 5 p.m. | Top Stories for April 9, 2020

Credit: 23ABC News | Bakersfield     Duration: 13:11Published


Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2020 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
About us  |  Contact us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  In the News  |  DMCA / Content Removal  |  Privacy & Data Protection Policy
How are we doing? FeedbackSend us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter  •  FOLLOW us on Pinterest
One News® is a registered trademark of One News Page Ltd.