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Taken to hospitals or treated at the scene. Some survivors have been pulled from the rubble. And yellow. Levine Cava is the mayor of Miami Dade County. She spoke moments ago at a news conference. It's more than 130 units, and about half of those have collapsed. It's unclear what caused the partial collapse. The condo development was built in 1981 officials say the building was having work done on its roof. The White House says President Biden will meet with a bipartisan group of senators today to discuss what some are describing as a tentative agreement on infrastructure. Here's NPR's Windsor Johnston. A group of bipartisan senators says they largely agree how to spend the nearly $1 trillion bill, but they're still working on how to pay for the legislation. President Biden has proposed raising the tax rate for corporations and the ultra wealthy, but Republicans have flat out rejected that lawmakers are helping to reach a basic agreement before Congress breaks for the July 4th holiday. On Wall Street. The Dow was up 184 points. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian Watt in San Francisco. The Cinema City Council has voted to require local water providers to reduce their usage by 20% amid worsening drought conditions in the Russian River Watershed. KQ BDs Gabriella Frenchness reports. Countywide water restrictions start next week and applied to over 600,000 people in cinema and Marin County's the city of Cinema will not be enforcing any penalties. So complying is voluntary. Mike Brett is the water conservation coordinator for the city of cinema. The last time this occurred was in 2014 at around this time, And because of the cooperation and great response from our community, we were able to meet our water conservation target done, and I'm certain we will this time as well. So far, the city has provided 300 water saving kids to residents. They include conservation tips of water saving, shower head and a faucet. Narrator I'm Gabriella Friend is KQED News and Elsa Bronte Middle School is getting a new name in honor of 99 year Old Park Ranger Betty Reid Soskin. The West Contra Costa Unified School District's board voted last night to rename the former Juan Crispy middle school. Soskin, a Ranger at the Rosie the Riveter World War. Two Home Front National Historical Park is known as the oldest and longest serving US Park Ranger. Crispy was an 18th century Spanish missionary and explorer students researched his impact on indigenous people as part of the eight month renaming process. Soskin. A black woman turns 100 in September..

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