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"a. m" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:17 min | 5 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A. M. this is seventy it's opening he is not on the sobriety fox news Michigan's governor now says she's hoping to begin the first phase of re opening the state on may first holding a webcast to town hall this morning after a mass protest at the state capitol yesterday there've also been protests in Ohio Ohio governor Mike DeWine says the state is flattened the curve in that beginning may first some businesses taking proper precautions including social distancing hand washing them masks can begin re opening across the state what we do not want to do is to start back getting businesses up in small businesses up and then have a huge spike in the number of people who test positive and her in the hospital it also means there will be winners and losers depending on what type of business it is oxes Chapman also west Virginia's governor just announcing kill order tests for every resident and staffer and all nursing homes there's new math in China China raising the number of people recorded killed by the corona virus in Wuhan city where the outbreak first emerged by fifty percent reporting nearly thirteen hundred additional tests to take the total to nearly four thousand the government in Beijing denying a cover up he's out he he was he the only children unable to foreign ministry spokesperson claiming various lapses in recording in the early stages of the epidemic there's been widespread speculation that will hands death toll was far higher than it being reported Simoneau in fox news secretary of state Mike Pompeii telling fox business he's confident the lack of transparency from China's Communist Party during the pandemic well because many countries to rethink their use of Huawei and other Chinese technology for their telecom infrastructures the U. S. considers one way a potential national security threats America is listening to fox news no more content marketers and state health officials say the pre deployed covert testing swabs at field offices around Minnesota to respond faster if workplace testing is necessary Kris Ehresmann with the Minnesota department of health emphasizes and I want to be clear we were not testing every workplace for not testing every situation but if there was a situation where we had perhaps multiple cases in a worksite then we could work to do some expedited testing governments in Wall said Wednesday he wants Kobe testing of workers in Minnesota's food processing facilities to begin soon within the next week or so the cold winter a low cost simple ventilator created by engineers at the U. of them will be produced starting next week engineer Aaron Tucker says device will be crucial if the supply of traditional ventilators run short the only other option you have if you use this aim bag which is really just the balloon and you squeeze in port Erin to somebody's lungs so what we did was we created a one armed robot that basically just replaces the human being having to hand Bentley a patient in the state house today's voting on a bill that allows restaurants to sell one bottle of wine and a six pack of beer cider or seltzer with an order of takeaway food during the state emergency peace.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty K. C. B. S. Saturday night the eleventh of April twenty twenty coming up on KCBS bookworms take a bite out of new releases said it looks like the U. S. may be nearing the peak of the coronavirus cases it's seven thirty one CBS news update above twenty thousand deaths the toll tonight in the United States highest in the world now above Italy but some hope from the slowing New York numbers Dr Anthony Fauci on fox news if it acts the way we seem to act in China that decline will be very steep so we may go from a significant number of deaths even more than we've seen to a situation where there's a radical drop in the number of deaths coming up Easter Sunday sporadic battles between public health and the right to worship with others in church doctrine goes he has he can he's director of the Illinois public health department may be clear if there are churches that were planning to convene tomorrow please cancel now we can't risk spreading the virus where is this late word on that subject from Kansas where the state Supreme Court has sided with the governor of Kansas who is trying to prevent Sunday at church crowds CBS news update on top forty K. CBS news time seven thirty two following news that burning man is canceling this year's event due to the coronavirus attendees are reacted with a mix of sadness and acceptance skewing KCBS reporter Keith Menconi tells us it's the first cancellation in the art festivals a decades long history each year tens of thousands descend on Nevada's Black Rock desert to take part in a mass gathering focused on music art and community but organizers have now announced this year's event will not happen bay area burners speaking to KCBS eight while disappointed they approve of this decision it's not the right time for us to be sort of in that mode where you're hugging people a lot you're you're interacting with people a lot I'm quite pleased that it's not going to happen to be honest I'm relieved I think it's the right thing to do to not have it go ahead Petaluma resident Valerie rob who is a family friend of this reporter says well she does believe the move will keep people safe she also knows it'll come as a blow to many is is kind of taking away from people something that they look forward to and now they have nothing else to look forward to E. so that's quite a sight of course burning man traces its roots to the bay area and local enthusiasts are hopeful they'll be able to organize smaller events when social distancing rules have been loosened Keith Menconi KCBS well the pandemic hasn't sent back all the tax deadlines California landowners still had to pay their property taxes that deadline to pay those taxes yesterday Friday without incurring a hefty penalty governor Gavin Newsom let the day pass without taking any action business groups had urged a delay arguing that because governments ordered closures and forced millions out of jobs they should now help with the property taxes with fewer cars on the road to the statewide shelter in place order some auto insurance are opting to give policyholders a refund on their premiums State Farm Allstate triple a insurance of all announced credits between fifteen to twenty five percent Sergio of Vela with triple a says policy holder's don't have to take any action to receive those discount they're going to be a provided a twenty percent refunded for active insurance policies.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Together on the eight so on all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS it's eight fifty two and casinos across California shut down during this shelter in place order you can't go to the race track to bet on the horses though that can be done through some online avenues and inconvenience for those who like to go there to have a good time at a big problem for those who use the casinos to make a living and this report KCBS is making goals result just talking about the dealers to janitors and the managers there are also those like my fiance Michael Rosenbach who played poker professionally but this week he's catching up on lots of TV consuming some poker media watching and reading but not playing and you don't have to know how to play poker to know that the part where you make the money that means like so many others this is a tense time yeah I mean I don't have a way to make money right now really can't play live poker you know all the CEOs card rooms are shut down for the time being as they should be I imagine that I'm in the same boat as a lot of other people that are self employed where you're just scratching your head this is so unprecedented that's my ex friend Brian minutes who's also a professional poker player so why don't these guys just play online what playing for actual money here in California it's not legal but Brian says this could very well change that depending on how long this drags out I think that there's a real possibility that that would happen because all these places the card rooms in the Indian casinos and horse tracks are losing an incredible amount of money by not being able to operate and this would be one way for them to start being able to produce income at home instead of the county making gold speak KCBS hi Jason Burke joining us for the case CBS moneywatch update stay on the market is handling that mind blowing jobless claims number with aplomb the Dow is up by about twelve hundred points to twenty two thousand three hundred eighty five nasdaq gaining two hundred ninety points to seventy six seventy five yes one hundred twenty points at twenty five ninety five the labor department reported a gain of three million initial jobless claims over the previous week a staggering number but the market has been expecting some gruesome economic numbers to come in from the corona virus outbreak the business insider is reporting that it got a lead company email from Tesla telling employees that true workers have tested positive for covert nineteen the two have been working from home for two weeks it didn't show any symptoms while working at their office now the email does not indicate which site they worked shares in Tesla have turned positive after being negative now up by about a half percent and M. KM partners reports that Canada sales are strong in the nine U. S. states that are allowing cannabis sales during the stay at home orders that includes California shares in the big name players are surging higher today that's led by till ray its stock is up by seventy seven percent again the market rallying for the third straight day despite record jobless claims the Dow is up more than twelve hundred points on the money watch Jason Brooks KCBS to support you today's topic who's the greatest of all time for my money it's progressive home and auto bundle it literally saves you money gentleman your thoughts look at what I say to get channel it was amazing and I told you so I disagree thanks fellas took the words right out of my mouth.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

"But warmer and dry weather for Monday and Tuesday traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS so we've all gotten the emails or phone calls the automated messages that to tooth cleaning appointment is off your routine physical is off campus what are you picking up in Marin county in terms of how things are being re shuffle well what's being reshuffled you know vis a vis the the covert nineteen situation as they've now opened the that is a dedicated respiratory clinic and they open this in Nevado yesterday and that has changed I think they're trying to obviously get the the folks that need to be seen into an acute care clinic rather than funneling everybody through the ER at top what's the former marine general which is called Marin health Medical Center now so I'd stop posting from a doctor that was on the nextdoor website yesterday and this is by appointment only you can be seen at this clinic that is opened at seventy five Roland way and Nevada suite one hundred that's an area that has a lot of medical clinics and you can speak to someone first and you can't just walk in or show up you do need to be funneled through the system so what you'll live first do is get in touch with a nurse who will answer the line you want me to give that phone number now or might as well and you know we'll do we'll we'll post this on the KCBS radio Facebook page instead of you know you can't have too much information these days okay well so the number to call is one six two eight three three six five two oh five again at six two eight three three six five two zero five so this is by appointment what you first do is you get in contact with the nurse and then you can either schedule an appointment through that acute care clinic to be seen by a doctor either buy it like a video teleconference type thing or if it's a situation where they think you need to be coming in in person and seeing somebody they will set that up as well and it's obviously they're saying if this is a life threatening or whatever call nine one one but in any case so they are seeing patients in fact I think they saw us all were the one of the nurses had posted they saw fifteen people yesterday so depending on the severity of your symptoms this is another great resource for the North Bay yeah and and the other thing they're adding on to that Kim is the availability of of drive through cover nineteen tells you know you have to have a referral from a provider but inferior if you make that first call and get into the system that all gets worked out we are definitely seeing an increase in the number of tests being run in California to a bit of a catch up game but of the of governors has pointed out the numbers have grown dramatically so its place by place count by county these testing operations in cases where people have been referred are are popping up yeah and I'm seeing a lot of a lot of chatter on a next door once again about people that have had you know fairly severe symptoms still being told that they don't qualify for a test so we're really hoping that that situation is remedied as you're saying probably in the next couple of weeks as more testing comes up available to people right now it's still being done on a case by case basis thanks it's Kim wonderfully in Marin county one of the situations developing there is new a new adult acute care clinic was set up by Marin health and UCSF health I'll put that phone number up on the KCBS radio Facebook page for you here while I listen to J. C. the lady watch this because it's all this morning about that stunning jobless report first time we played recently yeah we've never seen anything like that.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Tomorrow traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS it's seven ten a sobering analysis from USA today is suggesting a spike in corona virus cases could easily overwhelm our health care system as KCBS reporter Holly Quan tells us live this morning it's a scenario already playing out in Italy S. is and we've already heard worries from doctors here about not having enough ventilators or ICU beds to accommodate a spike in patients in Italy they're treating people in hallways if they're being treated at all doctors they're facing war time like triage and that's a scary prospect USA today used data from the CDC the American hospital association the census and the World Health Organization and found if we saw spike like they do in China and in Italy we have six patients for every available hospital beds in California it would be more like twenty to one a surge up to ten times what we see at the height of flu season that's why doctors like Anthony Fauci of the national institutes of health was telling house members this week that we need to flatten the curve so to speak to curb the surge we have to essentially assume that we are going to get hit and that's why we talk about making mitigation and containment in a much more vigorous way people ask why would you want to make any mitigation we don't have any cases that's when you do it because we want this curve to be in this and it's not going to do that unless we act now hospitals have come up with contingency plans like converting cafeterias to isolation wards and commandeering local school gyms something the governor authorize with his state of the mark state of emergency reporting live holy quantities to be essentially bart ridership keeps dropping more more people staying home from work in the school avoiding things like public transit KCBS is Tim Ryan live at the Millbrae bart station passengers are finding the hand sanitizing stations as well as plenty of elbow room aboard the trains ten warning stand yes I spoke with bart spokeswoman Alicia Trost this morning she said that ridership numbers from yesterday will be out until probably about noon today but all week long it's been dropping started on Monday off twenty five percent that's a shocking number I was up to thirty percent on Tuesday and by Wednesday off thirty five percent the train the parking lots are usually jam but they just are right now still there running on a normal schedule Paul carbo was taking the first train into San Francisco when I got on yesterday evening it does seem like a total lack of rush it's usually packed and it was pretty bare do you worry about getting out in public now you know the last forty viruses didn't kill me or make me sick so I'm just gonna be brave and live my life bart has dusted off its emergency plan in the event that things get so serious it needs to reduce or perhaps even hold service in fact management and union leadership will meet later today to discuss the possible contingencies if train operator start getting sick or if the state orders a complete shutdown White in Millbrae Tim Ryan KCBS KCBS news time seven thirteen sponsored by star one credit union get totally free checking.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Traffic and weather together on the aids on only use one oh six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS it's six twenty one from business interruptions to working remotely the corona virus may bring lasting change to the norms and etiquette in the workplace for more on how companies will adapt we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Brian Kropp he's the chief researcher at the human resources practice for the business advisory firm Gartner Brian thanks for joining us this morning first let's take a look at some of the changes and some of the changes that may be still need to be made I would assume all companies make plans for something like this kind of emergency but then there are always things that are missed what are some of the gaps that we're seeing yeah a lot of companies will make claims about how to think about destruction business disruption of services but few plan for something as potentially this big they tend to plan for either an isolated power outage and earthquake or something like that that impacts a small part of their business this is something that's impacting across all of their employees no matter where they happen to be working and that's one of the big mistakes that's going on companies have isolated response plans but they don't have wide pandemic plans and that's what they really need to be building out and thinking about right now so what would that look like I mean this is the challenge we've ever certainly here in the bay area Silicon Valley leasing company shut down travel cancel big meetings that's a quick response but that's not something you can do forever is it it's not good so we have to keep running your business the first thing that you do need to do if you haven't done it yet from a planning perspective is to plan as if you've got a twenty five percent absenteeism rate and that's not twenty five percent of people working from home but twenty five percent of your workforce is unable to work out because of sickness and once you've done that you need to look at which rolls in your organization are the most important to keep operating in order to get work done for the organization drive revenue the customer needs ensure safety whatever might be and figure out how your response or change work redesign roles for a short to medium time period to meet that potential twenty five percent absenteeism rate after the first and most important thing to deal a lot of the other activities around many people work remotely from home encouraging better hand washing habits those are all immediate wellness responses but those aren't longer term business operation responses and relatively few companies have built up their longer term business operation response but is that something particularly the working remotely you know we've always heard you could save energy and all sorts of things by having people work remotely if this lasts long enough could that suddenly make that situation more palatable to more companies it will potentially and the biggest hang up now is why a lot of employees don't let employees work remotely I if they think that they're not able to track them understand them coach them provide feedback to them but if we have an extended period of time for a month or two months or three months in managers become much more comfortable with doing this then you could absolutely see once the coronavirus situation is resolved that managers and leaders and organizations become much more comfortable with this throaty was in the past there is a technology limitation that was often preventing employees from doing this but it's more it's gone to the cloud there's more video capability all those sorts of things that are there the technology is no longer the limiting factor as to why employees to work remotely it is the manager and leader mindset of the organization that if the person is in the building I'm not sure what they're doing that's the limiting factor right now but this could create the moment where managers and leaders become more comfortable with letting employees working remotely thanks for your time this morning Brian crop is chief researcher at the human resources practice for the business advisory firm Gartner X. twenty five we just minutes away from the opening bell here's Jason Susan we just got a really strong jobs report the most influential economic indicator.

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"a. m" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Class really got perhaps ten minutes left I show on A. M. seven sixty what it what I I I I I hate to see this kind of go I mean I've been here for almost twenty one years and I I just have a feeling for more then told that this could be the last shells so movements in the last few weeks but I feel like it's almost like I always tell people when the multiple gets higher and higher and higher gets riskier and riskier and riskier as like our show the longer our ability we will be back I thank you and with you know for sure I don't hear what that's why do I talk about one more time it's got regions enables the wait very patiently stay with us you can get that I do on the outside for the last time perhaps when the work that's going to be and again we think this could be a folk filled workshop because the fact could be the last one for for a couple months what about why why why why do we invest in equities will go over the tax benefits the growth of the fundamentals and so forth what to look for when you're investing very important why have we done so well for so many years we're gonna show you why we've done well how we invest our own personal money how is this our client's money we're gonna teach you the right way to invest and get rid of those emotions that cause you to the silly things actually ABS investor I think the last twenty years only average what one point nine percent yeah we actually have to get away from that and again our transport approach to investing using for announces that the whole thing is really investing in businesses understanding what you're doing when I say that and also to we show you all the other things you could be doing and why why you should be doing those but you got to the.

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"a. m" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is to be rebuilt or start new whatever I do I want to start correctly from the ground no yeah and so you know what here's here's the thing I don't know if you remember when we used to have all these different standards of wifi and sometimes you can get on this wifi but you can get on that Y. fi maybe remember when like a certain printer would only work with this version of windows and it wouldn't work on I'm back in it with okay and you know it's just it was a complete nightmare like okay let me tell your kids this is the way it used to be but truth be known you know we went through a lot of headaches to get our stuff up and going now when we're looking at home smart home technology we're kind of in that same boat I don't know if you've heard me talk about this on the air but I'm actually building a brand new house A. M. and building a house I had no idea how much work it was okay I'm just saying okay I didn't realize how things like what do you mean it doesn't have a sewer would cost you like seventy five thousand dollars okay and I didn't understand that you know telephone bills that have been up since the fifties they can cause some major issues okay so I'm learning as we go and one of the big requirements as you might guess in my home is I want a totally smart home okay because the house that we're in now we remodeled say fifteen years ago and so it's getting a little long in the tooth you know what I mean yeah and when we bought that house we had to rewire the whole thing and I don't want to have to require anything nothing because the out that's that's a nightmare it definitely not my first choice no I I mean if if I could do anything to dissuade you from requiring a current house I would I would I would go to you I would I go to gene we have lunch and I'd say you this is something life is too short for you to rewire house okay another big problem I have is rural and so I have the satellite.

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"a. m" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk or losing power or losing the power to dictate how products are displayed at the grocery store because those supermarkets now rely on their own data here's this weekend's Jennifer Katanga who decides what goes where in your grocery store it used to be that the best known food brands had the biggest say but is any guest bar of the Wall Street journal tells us that's rapidly changing any wire some traditional top sellers of package food losing sway in where their products go for many years it does big brands were the ones that were driving customers into the store so the retailers were happy to go along with whatever they said was best in terms of job placement to add items on shelves but Sheesh now that's not so much the case and and shoppers are buying more store brands and they're buying more needy should smaller brands that they might think are healthier or fresher so that's really it costing the big brands that leverage speaking of costing do companies pay more for prime space in a grocery store yeah it's called slotting fees and for many years that was why retailers were also just happy to give big brands of space because they were paying lots of money in the filing fees and while they might the retailers might have to forgo some of those fees if they stock more store brands they know that bear margins are going to be better and their sales overall for the category could go up if the if the analysis is correct any what is the best spot for products in the grocery store it depends a lot on the aisle you're talking about but for the most part in the area that they have done to the strike zone it should be and it just below the height of your eyes because your gaze is naturally a little downward and that space is more likely to catch the attention of shoppers and that's usually when everyone wants to be you mentioned it earlier the popularity of some store branded products are they selling better because they're cheaper or are people getting more interested in the is so what's the difference there retailers are putting more effort into their store brands are making them higher quality and more innovative hello that is making people more interested in buying the alternative and that is really giving the retailers a lot more power and leverage when it comes to controlling on shelves who is one of the issues here that there are just in some categories too many products I meant I I I went to buy mustard for example a couple of weeks ago and we were there used to be three brands and now it seems like they're eighty brands and there are consumers getting confused absolutely a lot of retailers are working on calling the variety of items that they stock and because of that the big brands have really lost from distribution they've been losing distribution on a monthly basis last year over year for the past at least fourteen months so it's starting to affect the amount of new products that big brands can come out with because basically if you're gonna come out with something new you have to replace something you can't just keep adding to the many varieties on child along that same line are we just getting a little more trendy yes the retailers are trying to take into account the latest diet trends and fads the keto fat is the one that everyone's watching closely right now and they want to make sure that when you're walking the aisles even if you don't want to buy the trendiest most expensive brand they want to have it so that you feel like you are shopping at a nicer friendlier person starts this weekend Jennifer because Shinko with Wall Street journal reporter Annie Gasparro it's thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And weather together on the eight so it all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS it's six fifty two Stan a bill vetoed by governor Newsome last year that would have required all dogs and cats leaving shelters to be microchip is expected to be back on his desk this year as KCBS is Margie Shafer reports animal advocates are expecting the governor to sign it this time around callers falloff in animals end up in shelters and then either re home it or they use and I said because they run on a state animal advocacy group social compassion and legislation CEO Judy Mann queue so says they are backing for a second time a microchip being bill stating all dogs and cats leaving a shelter or whether they are adopted are re clean by their owner shall be my great chat last year governor Newsome vetoed the bill believing the cost might be a financial burden for those struggling with basic pet care costs this year's bill has a provision if the person couldn't afford it and is shelter wouldn't apply it then they would be exact the bill is expected to pass this session Margie Shafer KCBS the Oakland zoo is unveiling a new exhibit today made out of trash we're talking about larger than life animal sculptures created from plastic waste washed ashore on beaches in Oregon all part of a continuing push at the Oakland zoo to reduce the use of plastics and educate people about to the impact of plastic waste on the environment for example at the snack bar the Oakland who's already pushed decided to packages water in aluminum cans rather than plastic bottles because they banned the use of the plastic bottles of this you can also switch popcorn from plastic bags to paper boxes and they've taken cotton candy off the menu entirely until they can find a sustainable container for right now let's check financial news and for that here's Jason Brooks Susan Cisco top earnings expectations even as its revenue slid over three percent lower from a year earlier to twelve billion dollars that's still a big chunk of money but the sentence a firm's growth has been staggered in recent years with large companies shifting more of their IT spending to cloud companies rather than legacy hardware firms like Cisco Cisco's two biggest business segments infrastructure platforms and applications each saw eight percent revenue decline from a year earlier and shares of Cisco are moving lower by five percent net app is getting punished for a rough quarter in which it missed earnings expectations on a more than ten percent decline in revenue the Sunnyvale firm also offered at the down beat revenue forecast for the current quarter and topped it off for the announcement that its chief financial officer is retiring shares in net app down by twelve percent China is reporting a spike in New coronavirus cases due to a new methodology in diagnosing the virus at that's cast a bit of a Paul in the stock market which saw all three major averages finish at all time highs on Wednesday the Dow losing one hundred one points nasdaq down thirty points yes a P. is falling by seven points oil climbed back above fifty dollars a barrel after Russia said it was considering an OPEC proposal to make significant production cuts but crude prices will likely remain under pressure because of the viral outbreak in China the world's second largest oil consumer the international energy agency is slashing its forecast for global oil demand growth in twenty twenty two its lowest level since twenty eleven on the money watch G. some Brooks KCBS how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you canceling a friend a unicorn loses its point it becomes a regular horse do you really want that on your conscience instead grab an ice cold can of coca Cola energy with delicious coke taste in reinvigorating energy.

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"a. m" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"a. m" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"On the world famous K. rocket six twenty at seven A. M. but we're moving get up on this to Wednesday's that's right you're used to hearing it on Thursdays but in twenty twenty we've moved up a day so I can get you up on things a little earlier and also rob Huebel for medical police I think he's so funny and we got to see some of the episodes and it's great you guys have to tune in the nine AM our to see what he's up to but before that Kevin what you got we're talking about weird people coming in your house but funny but funny and we don't we don't want ugly Ryan in Culver city CA morning the morning so as it was actually my wife and I walking into the wrong house both of you yeah yeah we were at a wedding down into macula we were told we were going to be stealing Hey Donna six bedroom house with the couple but another six bedroom house with like the second best friend group check each property was a trailer and we're told you guys are gonna be staying in the trailer don't worry about it it's really nice story already will also you you are low on the totem pole friends here you've been moved to the bee house and now you're in the bi level of the house exactly yeah and so we go to the wedding we have a few like nations we are to the after party out I mean how we're out to a three four in the morning we go back to to to plan B. house where everyone getting into that is where we were like okay so down to our trailer we walked down to our trailer reviews beautiful lights walking up to it it's like a rolls Royce of trailer share what if you tell yourself so we open up the door at my class I'm on the phone if you can speak prescription tolls on all right he's leading the party sixty some prescription told on the table I turn my my phone so light and I hear Sharon this is all right it's just someone's house yeah this is someone's house walking on this old lady's house happened to be felt terrible she was quite upset well I yeah I get the the prices never pulled as we were not in the trailer anymore and you're just gonna have to like you know not even we didn't even have a place to stay and hear the wife Ryan I don't know about these friends don't go to any of their events they don't like to use curtains a blanket gosh this is terrible alright they hated you it worked out it's okay it worked out all right let's go to older in Costa mesa good morning Hey good morning how are you guys we are good thank you somebody weird walked in your house yes so I'm watching Netflix at like one in the morning and all of a sudden someone knocked on the door and I'm not expecting anyone at one in the morning so I'm not going to go open it right my dad kind of stand up well yeah I send a fully to like go and get my husband you know the man of the house and all of a sudden they start opening the door and I'm like I just read and I start feeling like Hey and I guess I scared them so they close the door they hesitated to close the door and all the sudden the doors start opening and there's like a woman walks in and I'm like you shake you and like new while I'm like standing there frozen I will say block of I and all the things you like I'm sorry and I'm like okay okay you will not hear and I'm like this is not your husband's name Esmeralda would now it's.

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"a. m" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:24 min | 9 months ago

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"The forties and fifties traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS case CBS news time eleven fifty pixie clay is at the KCBS editor's desk as our news watch continues this evening what's the first of its kind a major statewide internet privacy law will be taking effect in California January first KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports basically as of the new year you'll be able to contact companies directly and ask for them to totally delete your data it changes at ten to fifteen year history and puts the consumer that you and me and everyone listening in control of your own data Jim Styris the founder and CEO of common sense media it's going to be incredibly important in the coming months to educate everyone in California about their new right and then for everybody to take advantage of these rights because finally privacy is in your hands and you get to you get to exercise that so far Stiers says the only company to show resistance to the new law is Facebook go they've tried to say that some of the law doesn't apply to them but we're quite confident that it does Jennifer Hodges KCB after being spotted every day heading south KCBS reporter Tim Ryan explains how a big population of gray whales are migrating to Baja Mexico for the winter black in marine biologist who operates a whale watching program in Monterey says the majestic mammal surfing spot it every day twenty seven thousand gray whales in the population they all you know spend the summer feeding up in the bearing beau for check he sees and then they all my great down to Mexico Baja hi to the west coast there there's about three lagoons they're very warm shallow protected where they go to have their calves and make this list with the greys are pregnant females followed by non pregnant ones in males and then come the juveniles problem of whales being struck by ships is continuing she says the gray whales are very coastal so they only have a few areas where they can get in trouble and that you know when the ships coming into San Francisco Bay or coming into Los Angeles this is a popular place for watching passing whales in the National Park Service shuttles to the coast begin Saturday for seven dollars Tim Ryan KCBS the troubled Santa Anita race park opens its new season tomorrow with officials looking to a much better new year radio dot com reporter Karen Adams has that story we're looking for a happy new year there's no question about that saying that the need is Mike will man says they're hoping to draw back some fans chased away by the deaths of thirty seven horses at the track this year very very confident that our fan base is still with us obviously we had an unprecedented year and in terms of issues to address those issues he says they brought in imaging equipment to pick up on any pre existing injuries a horse might have before it hits the track but that's not all the park is doing we've taken a number of pro active measures just to do everything we can to ensure the safety of our equine and human athletes tomorrow eleven races are scheduled ten on Sunday it's radio dot com reporter Karen Adams are Americans taking too many meds radio dot com reporter Craig figure says a new study suggests the answer could be yes for a certain age group it's a question for doctor is a question for patients could some health issues be improved by something known as D. prescribing Peter is a big barrier to stopping medications and that fear can be true for the people who are taking the medications that doctors were prescribing it sometimes someone's taking a medication that you and I as a doctor I don't know if it's helping them or not that's on your Michaels sign in with you see San Francisco recently helped out in a study for the medical community about exactly what patients are taking and why do you ask about forty percent of adults age sixty five and older take at least five medicines a substantial proportion take ten or more this is people should do a regular review of their meds with their doctor with the pharmacist she says over time some doctors really become aware of exactly what their patients are taking and in other situations medications are taken the wrong way by patients leading to adverse health outcomes for those patients that's radio dot com reporter Craig Fagner at eleven fifty five on KCBS it's on to the moneywatch year end rally on Wall Street remains mostly intact the market closed.

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03:54 min | 9 months ago

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"We kick off twenty twenty next Wednesday we've got traffic and weather together on the eight some only use one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS case CBS news time twelve fifty Kathy Whitman and Mallory Samara are the KCBS editor's desk will bart is set to expand in to San Jose rather the twenty twenties for more on transportation changes the decade may bring KCBS anchor Susan Lee Taylor spoke with KCBS in chronicle insider Phil Mateer bill I'm starting to feel a little bit like a Charlie Brown and Lucy where she keeps pulling the football away from him we've been told that this line is going to be open and then it's not and then it's good and it's not but you know something sometimes you get the feeling that the floor was moving thing in the bay area is its transit system where the other be there on time performance for getting billed and yes the San Jose extension has dragged on as in a lot of projects like the central subway in San Francisco in a number of others it's interesting in the next couple years probably by the end of this year we may be asked to approve yet another to make a bond measure this one would be for the entire bay region probably remain reaching past the maybe even tested nine counties that we usually do but definitely the nine county to support everything from the idea of the job expanding roadways adding in more H. O. B. lines and even possibly another crossing of the day for board and trains and traffic but as you said the interesting thing also is that while we are contemplating that tax actually getting it done is another issue what is it that these projects never seem to get done on time is it a shortage of money what what's going on well it's not a shortage of money and because quite honestly Susan it what happens is they usually wind up costing a lot more than we originally projected one of the reasons and that things seem to go slow is that when you ask a transit agency to build something it's not necessarily right in there we'll house I mean there's been a lot of talk lately that you know why should board be building some of these big projects why should muny be building these big projects when they're actually main job is to run the trains rather than to build them that we should bring in outside have a a sort of an outside agency or create another agency that's actually in charge of building and then somebody coming in and running them and that's been a back and forth because one that's one of the reasons why costs skyrocket is because the transit agency takes on a new project let's say it's Caltrans building a bridge okay they've done it before but they're not necessarily to speed on a lot of it and it winds up costing a lot of extra money and taking a lot of extra time so that's one of the issues we're going to be seeing the but one of the things to stick around for November because that's when they're going to try to make the big push to try to untangle this web so keep your eyes open and that's KCBS in chronicle insider film a tear in conversation with anchor Susan Lee Taylor of course Phil joins us live weekdays at seven fifty AM and he will be back live again this afternoon with Jeff and Margie at five fifty PM well three Disney world employees who portray classic characters are claiming they were touched inappropriately by tourists the employee in the Mickey Mouse costume was taken to the hospital earlier this month with a neck strain after an older woman patted the character's head now the employee did tell investigators that she did not believe the woman intentionally hurt her another tourist was accused of groping Minnie mouse and the employee playing Donald Duck also claims that a woman in her sixties had reached in her costume and group to the employees chest all three employees have filed incident reports with the police well it's moneywatch time on KCBS and for that we the truth we turn rather to the money watch desk where we find Martin to kero thanks Melissa minutes before the closing bell the rally is.

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03:27 min | 9 months ago

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"Of twenty twenty traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS at six twenty one this portion of the new sponsored by Anderson Honda well Christmas day has come and gone with no sign of the so called gift that North Korea warned Washington of Washington off earlier this month Pyongyang sent a year end deadline for the U. S. to make new concessions in talks over the country's nuclear arsenal the U. S. flew for surveillance planes over the Korean peninsula on Wednesday according to an aviation tracker nuclear negotiations between the countries officials have stalled after summit between president trump and north Korean leader Kim Jong moon ended abruptly for more on this we're joined on the KCBS ring central news line by my clients is a CBS news military analyst good morning thanks for your time might might experiment so how do you characterize the situation between the US and North Korea at this point well I was a smart move that the north Korean leader didn't do anything let's say Connecticut naturally some missile set off some kind of nuclear explosion in the cast I think that would have escalated the the tensions between the two countries right now and it's time when I think the north Korean leaders miscalculating the president he's going to go into election year and he wanted to have this as one of the things that he accomplished and he didn't have possible opponents will be about now because of it but if the north we need to decide to become more aggressive I think what has happened historically the country supports us all presidents so we're gonna watch closely and see what happens I don't just another summit but I think you'll see this report and try to get some results and with their emotions Mike what is a tell us nothing happens if there is no gift at all it might tell us that they're going to lay low and possibly look to do some kind of negotiating so what kind of win with the president be looking for let's say a formal end to the Korean War that might be just enough for him to use again politically here in the U. S. but the more it stays quiet the more than one of his it's quite the more it seems to think that if it does anything outside of the norm it's going to help the president so we just we we don't know what to do the typical country to predict I had actually thought we were gonna see something over the last forty eight hours we didn't so it's still very difficult to tell no all this time North Korea has been supposedly improving or changing its weapon delivery systems without the ICBMs possible new ICBMs how concerning are you hearing that news out of North Korea yeah that's concerning if they come up with for example solid rocket propellants that technology that would allow them greater capability greater range right now they really don't have the range to hit if the west coast with any kind of reliability without a space programs for they don't have as well but if they can develop better solder solid rocket propelled technology it could give them Morgan edge up to possibly do that they clearly friend all our allies in the region of Japan and South Korea the Philippines any of those country there Australia they have that that capability but I think a leap forward with some of their technology would really go a long way in terms of threatening others as well as giving them better to sing at the bargaining table Mike thanks for your insight your perspective this morning my client CBS news military analyst six twenty five now KCBS it's time for the money watch and Jeff Ballenger joins us from the Bloomberg news from good morning good morning that the key indexes have been marking time at or near all.

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03:29 min | 9 months ago

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"Of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS case CBS news time is two twenty neighbors in Marin county have been picketing the Humane Society for not giving a homeless man back his dog he's CBS's Scott with Terry with the story earlier this month leak Parmon tear known as hippie Lee was with his dog writer in forest knolls when writer was struck by a car Marin Humane Society took in writer while he healed from his injuries that were apparently minor but now they will not give him his dog back Ileana the lance is the founder and executive director of the organization pals and pets which works to find housing for homeless people with their pets a group of neighbors who see Lee all the time are concerned because Lee is distraught over not having his best friend with him and that number had seen him with his dog in the love in the bonds and how you take his dog is for have neighbors contacted relents whose organization is based in Los Angeles she's flying up to try and help reunite lead with a writer well this is our mission we assist homeless people who have AT and Lee and writer is just one person out of tens and thousands of individuals who experience so much that you have that in this happens quite often a spokesperson from the Humane Society told KCBS that as a general policy they do not keep dogs from homes owners unless the pet is somehow would risk Scott with Terry KCBS so now my county's board of supervisors meets in a special session later today to talk about what's been called a homeless emergency KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports immediate concern is how to provide shelter for several hundred people living in a tent encampment along a popular pedestrian and cycling trail we have to treat this as an emergency sort of a County Board of supervisors member surely saying he got over two hundred people sleeping in tents during brutally cold and wet weather the homeless resigned along a mile long stretch of the Joe were noted trail that portion of the eight mile long pathway off limits to the public now county supervisors today will hear a number of options to shelter the homeless on county or private land a proposal to place them in converted horse stalls to the county fairgrounds was dismissed during a regular board meeting last week having people in one place and again with lots of strict rules no drugs having security all of that twenty four seven security it gives us an opportunity to do the type of work we need to do to get people back in the house a sane says the money can be had to create transitional and permanent housing the question is always is where how and how soon in Santa Rosa Jeffrey Schaub KCBS all this week KCBS will be looking back at some of the biggest stories of the decade while also looking ahead to what may be in store for the decade to come in this segment KCBS reporter Doug sovereign says the last ten years will be remembered as perhaps the greatest in the history of bay area sports a twenty tends began with what many thought might never happen the San Francisco Giants won the World Series fifty we went on to win two more minutes another bay area dynasty is the warriors through three championship parades to.

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

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"And weather together on the eighth on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS ski CBS news time at nine twenty is your news watch continues The New York Times is reporting that allies of president Donald Trump or seeking to discredit journalists as CNN The Washington Post and the times itself as retribution over critical coverage of the White House he CBS anchor Margie Shaver spoke with ed Wasserman dean of the UC Berkeley school of journalism for more the paper says this group is compiling potentially embarrassing social media posts and public statements have we seen efforts like this in recent memory well they would say we see this all the time but the perpetrators are people in the media and they are they have become very accustomed to under saying sort of otherwise and hurtful and and distasteful postings on social media for the past in order to go after people who are supporters or or our officials of government are supporters of president trump is this is a you know it's it's it's this is very troubling I mean look I I have a zero bias here because I run a school of journalism and anything that makes the praxis journalism more difficult is something that I have problems with because if it if it intimidates journalists and makes it less likely to be jealous and aggressive underwriters of important realities to bring a public attention that I think it's a problem that clearly the intention here is to discredit the press and other we haven't seen this kind of sleuthing in the past is certainly it's very difficult to deny that it well it comes in the context of the consistent campaign mounted by the White House and mounted by president trump supporters to discredit the press and and to encourage people to ignore what the press has to say about him what's interesting about this news is that the paper is doing reporting on a part of the story itself that The New York Times so how do they maintain their credibility when covering this story is it possible to report this kind of story without out appearing partisan well I think there's you peers is in the eye of the beholder and and plainly anybody reason Nick I got account of this in the New York times would be mindful of the fact the times reporting on itself and reporting on activities that are that are intended to obstruct the time to do this job so they will put that into some context and realize your fears it and look very carefully for exaggeration or for distortions if their parents so I I don't know that it's possible to be completely impartial when you're reporting on yourself but you have to go you have to be very very hero and very up front about disclosing fax even fax it might reflect on favorably on you so I think the the reader is going to be alert to the fact that you're entering this you don't have the time to clean hands really going after this story what type of news would be intimidating or embarrassing well it's a really interesting question right now we've really entered when an entire as sort of a generation of people who came of age the early age of the early stages of social media and did a lot of food would put a lot of things online that we're in in retrospect very foolish are finding those things are coming back to bite them bite them hard this so and and and I think it's also fair to say that the media themselves have been pretty permissive about the kind of reporting that they consider to be newsworthy certainly the Sony hack of the hacking Democratic National Committee in two thousand sixteen resulted in the news media themselves are giving a lot of attention to private exchanges that were kind of embarrassing because of the way the language being used loosely that is at Wasserman dean of the UC Berkeley school of journalism we are on to the money one shot shows in life after Friday's selloff thanks to more upbeat trade comments from president trump the president told a joint press conference.

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"And weather together on the aids on old news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS if I fifty one we check back with KCBS and chronicle insider filled with here well joining us live on the KCBS ring central news like state senator Scott winners complete streets bill which would require Caltrans to consider things such as bike lanes and crosswalks whenever undertaking any road project is hitting a snag Caltrans says the a state could lose federal highway funds of the bill passes hard feel how would this bill put highway funding in jeopardy well that's exactly what the debate fighter whatever you wanna call it is about Caltrans as it is going to cost a whole lot of money anywhere between twenty thousand and four hundred thousand you know to try to implement this per mile maybe even as high as six hundred thousand because when you're talking about is reconfiguring streets for to accommodate for pedestrians you know crosswalks and bike lanes now here's what you do in a winner says it's a lot less and it's it's just there Caltrans just dig in its heels and what we've got here is is sort of the classic back and forth at California transportation roads were were notorious for there's a lot of state highways the small ones that they double up is main street especially in smaller towns you know you drive to a town and it's it's it's it's an interest nine interstate just a high state highway but also doubles up as the main street so we are saying look when you do in that whether it's there or likes banus Avenue in San Francisco which is the main artery from the north to the south that is actually state highway as well so this is when you re do these things you don't consider plan think about maybe even do installing bike lanes and cross walks in cal trans doesn't like to be told what to do so this is going to cost a fortune I call study day and said look okay she got a brief about whether or not to do this to really take a law when you get a lawyer tried to accountants what to do and he said still I've never seen an agency this more reluctant to do anything then Caltrans are all the years and I'm doing this because I got to bring them to the table to get something done okay so we've got Scott we are on one side Caltrans on the other we're our Scott winners colleagues going to weigh in on this ultimately well I think we're going to do is vote on it and they're going to probably vote after they see these analysis at the last minute possible in the hopes that everybody will actually get to the table and in the gridlock I mean we've got you know promises made to a lot of people in the state of California that our gas tax was going to go into road repairs but you know that's where the politics get in or do we can call the policies in the bikes in the pedestrians and everybody is you know who gets taking care of when the money gets spent and Caltrans is of the opinion on its roads it's asphalt and get it done Scottish is now if it's everybody included we want to push there as well so let's see how it works in the next couple weeks hopefully we can unclog this traffic jam and get the money go in and get the roads fixed as well all right well we thank you as always KCBS and chronicle insider Phil Mateer and a reminder you can join fill for his TV news interviews Sunday mornings at six on KPIX.

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