Joe Mcconnell, Comcast, Matt Elmore discussed on Morning Edition

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Money is in my Bank account, and that's finished. I'll join the ones protesting in the streets. Peter Kenyon, NPR news. This is NPR news five nineteen now. Good morning. I'm Matt Elmore. And we appreciate your joining us for morning edition today, which will return to shortly first another look at bay area. Traffic brought to us this time around by Joe McConnell. Good morning. Joe? Good morning. Matt. We've got a pretty good morning. No big problems, of course, except in the password. So we slow there are couple of crashes in the clearing stages. But no sign of any big slowdown at those locations. One of his one of them is in the Dublin interchange. Six eighty north at five eighty crush about an hour and a half old. And also we've got a crash in eight or car fire scene on eight eight and Hayward at Winton with some smoke coming out of of the ical a big rig. Joe McConnell for all right? Thanks, joe. We'll check back at the bottom of the hour. His report this morning. Brought to you by the office of problem gambling support for comes from Comcast. When scheduling service Comcast offers to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends. So customers can spend more time doing what they love. And by the California international antiquarian book, fair Feb. Brewery eighth through the tenth at the Oakland. Marriot city centre with special events in rare treasures from nearly two hundred booksellers from around the world. See a book fair dot com. Coming up later this morning as the housing crisis.

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