Brian Sussman, San Francisco, Katie Green discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

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We are San Francisco's K SF. Oh, I'm Brian Sussman. So apple, of course, at a price company known the world over headquartered right here in the San Francisco Bay area, you were call there was this certain Muslim couple that was involved in a big time terrorist operation, data, southern California. And. When it came time to cooperate with the FBI. So that the FBI could see what was on these terrorists phones, apple said. No, no, no, no, no. We don't do that. Right. Because they haven't protect the privacy of defaults the privacy of anyone guess what they've done is. Now turned over. Roger stone's. I cloud to Muller and the molar investigation. Now, I'm Brian Sussman disappeared, the voice of Katie great. Also at the studio, it'd be this morning it by the way, if you're just joining us. We have an unofficial sponsor. It's the Tito's homemade vodka studio in Chicago land where I am with brother. Brad. Good morning. Okay. So if you're just joining us, we'll clue you in everything that's been going on for the last three hours. This is the power our audit Thursday that in the story. I just teased you with shameful tease. I am. Let's break it right now. Katie green portions of Gary boulevard in San Francisco remained closed this morning after a massive gas pipeline explosion. You're listening to live and local headlines on talk radio five sixty K SFO. The explosion happened yesterday. Just before one thirty in the afternoon at Gerry and Parker avenue in the inner Richmond district dozens of residents were displaced in several buildings including mixed use commercial and residential were damaged many pe- genie customers lost power, but most of that has been restored. And amazingly no one was injured in the blast. And tesla plans to lay off more than thirty two hundred full-time employees, the Fremont campus where the cars are made will be hit the hardest. More than a thousand positions will be terminated in total from its workforce right here in northern California. And traffic. Well, at least it's been consistent and consistently ugly. This morning, we're in the car with you traffic.

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