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"Also, I think you can project that boldness onto healthcare onto education onto climate chaos. I know that the mountain face. You may have heard their Democrats interested in that. It doesn't I've got you. We've got each other. And we didn't do this in Dublin. Scotla Terry KCBS tomorrow is tax day. The deadline for filing your income taxes, San Jose State university graduate tax program director net. Nell and tells KCBS that the so-called gig economy has made doing taxes a bit more complicated for those who who are part of it. More people probably have income that's not from their employer. They might be renting out a room via Airbnb might be driving for Uber lift part time gig work, they need to address that with their own estimated tax payments. Also, adding to the confusion this year, the new tax law that has taken a fact in a recent Gallup poll forty three percent of tax payers, questioned weren't sure whether the new law has affected their federal income taxes Oakland police continue to. A search for the hit and run driver who struck pedestrians killing a mother and her six year old child and injury not teenager at happened last night at foothill boulevard and twenty sixth avenue KCBS reporter, Jeffrey shall spoke to people who live in that area. Oakland police say the thirty year old woman and her six year old child and another man were crossing the sidewalk along foothill boulevard where it beats twenty-sixth avenue. Witnesses say all three were tossed several yards into the air. The driver of a black two-door Mercedes briefly stopped at the scene, and then sped away. This man ran outside his apartment as soon as he heard the sound of a crash the entire labor was out here. There was like three bodies in the middle of the street is another witness said people use this portion of foothill like a race track. There."