Show Topics: Friday, May 3, 2013

Friday, May 3, 2013
1.  Ventura County’s Springs Fire has burned over 10,000 acres, evacuations are still in place, 3 American Red Cross shelters have been opened, Pacific Coast Highway is closed between Mulholland and Las Posas Road, CSU Channel Island remains closed.  Employment rose more than expected, 165,000 jobs added, stock market hits new highs.  Boston Marathon Bombing suspect told investigators that they originally planned a suicide attack on July 4th where 500,000 people attend but their bombs were ready earlier and they picked the marathon only a day or two in advance.  First woman is placed on the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list.  Reward is $2M.  Joanne Chesimard now known as Assata Shakur is in Cuba.  Utah soccer referee that was punched by player on Saturday in a coma.

2. Henry Dubroff, Chairman and Editor of the Pacific Coast Business Times.

3. Eric Buschow, Spokesperson for the Ventura County Sheriff Department at the Command Post for the Springs Fire with updates. and 805.654.2385

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