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"I'm Dale Willman U. S airstrikes if it a militia near the Syrian border with Iraq, a militia messaging group is reporting that at least one person was killed in the strikes and several others were injured. NPR's Alice Fordham reports the strike's targeted militias which backed by Iran, and exact power across Syria and Iraq. This came in response to a number of recent rocket attacks in Iraq. One hit close to the U. S Embassy. Another hit a base used by U. S troops, killing a contractor and reportedly a local resident, too. The Pentagon's press secretary says Iran backed militias were behind those attacks on that there are ongoing threats against the U. S led coalition in Iraq. Iran and some militias have denied involvement in the attacks, but Iraqi officials consider Iranian proxies to be the likely culprits. Alice Fordham. NPR NEWS Iraq President Biden is taking his first trip to visit a disaster zone since becoming president last month, he and the first lady of traveling to taxes to talk with residents about the winter storms that hit the region earlier this month. Biden will also encourage people to get their coronavirus vaccinations. To US US Navy warships operating in the Middle East of cases of the Corona virus on board. That's according to Navy officials, who say there are at least a dozen cases on the USS San Diego, which is an amphibious transport dock. That ship is now a port in Bahrain. Guided missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea also has several suspected cases of the virus on board. You're listening to NPR news. In northern California. Several Bay Area counties have halted distribution of vaccines to the concierge healthcare company one medical. This follows an NPR investigation into improper covert vaccination practices. NPR's Tim Mack reports that the company allowed those connected to its leadership to get vaccinated despite being ineligible. San Francisco County where the health care company is based, said it found one medical had vaccinated in eligible patients. It was not only halting allocation of the vaccine, but also requesting the return of 1620 doses. San Mateo County found one medical vaccinated 70 ineligible patients and has terminated its agreement with the company. Washington State in California's Alameda County have also stopped providing vaccine doses to the boutique Healthcare service. The multi billion dollar company has seen its stock price drops approximately 10% since the NPR investigation was published Wednesday. Tim Mak. NPR News Tiger Woods is recovering from surgery to his right leg yesterday. The golfer was injured earlier this week when the car he was driving, hit a median in a Los Angeles suburb and flipped over several times. He received injuries to both legs. Facebook is signed preliminary agreements with three publishers in Australia. That country passed the law this week that will require digital companies such as Facebook and Google to pay for the news they use in their platforms. The company's heir financial supporters of NPR I'm Dale Willman. NPR news. On this Friday. You are listening to KCRW. I'm.
Fresh update on "alameda county" discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
"Sacramento. No Thomas North Sack and Roseville spokesperson Heidi Plato says they've installed small cells on existing street poles. And on those polls. We've got antennas and basically a mini cell site that brings the service closer to the people and where they want to use the service, But they're in Lies the problem. You could be getting radiation at levels that you'd never thought of Eric when time is an electromagnetic expert and owner of when time MF Solutions in Sacramento. He says that currently allowable radiation levels, people could notice some severe symptoms. Headache fatigue. Insomnia ringing in the years agitation, anxiety, heared ability and lowered immune system, which would mean more cold and flu's Verizon says their towers operate within current FCC guidelines. John Byrne is E news. 93.1 KFBK The News continues now with K P. K's Joe Michael's. The One person has died in an officer involved shooting your eye, Kia and read Way in West Sacramento. Law enforcement officers are still on the scene, along with an ambulance. Very few details are being released at this time. We can tell you the altercation took place between an Arco and Shell gas station on a very busy intersection near the freeway gave BK is monitoring this developing story will have more information as it becomes available. This on the heels of an unrelated situation where officers discovered dozens of weapons and dynamite in a Carmichael home and incident that had nearby Jesuit High School on lockdown earlier today. Northern California health care provider is no longer getting vaccines from three Bay Area counties gave be case Taylor Martin tells us why San Francisco, San Mateo and Alameda counties have stopped allocating doses toe one medical after county health officials learned the clinic administered coveted Cove in 19 vaccinations to people deemed ineligible by the state reports leaked to NPR reveal ineligible individuals with connections to company leadership were set up.
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"By their new location on Lombard. NASCAR free appraisal today or call 415781 56 94 157815690 Witter coins on Lombard Street in San Francisco. Man shot at a south of San is a coffee shop two nights ago has died. It happened that cafe paradise of moderate road victim was taken to a hospital and died this morning. Police have no suspects, and they're looking into a motive. This is San Jose's sixth homicide of the year, A new covert 19 vaccination center is opened at a fire station and South Hayward. It's intended to make the vaccine and more accessible to the South Hayward community, especially people of color have been hit hardest by the disease. The firehouse clinic is a partnership with vast Quiz Health center and the Alameda County Department of Public Health. The site on Hunt Wood Avenue is open by appointment only. Baseball's just about back in the Oakland A's and their fans might be able to see games in person this season at the Coliseum, depending on covert restrictions. In the meantime, the days of planning their own capacity limits once fans are allowed in the ballpark. The team says only single game tickets will be available this season. The A's home opener is April 1st against Houston. This report, sponsored by Harris is restaurant to go Meals that Harris.
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"Alameda County Sheriff's deputy is dropping his lawsuit against the president of the Toronto Raptors. Deputy Allen's Strickland got into a scuffle if you remember with the Raptor beside jury following the team's 2019 MBA finals victory over the Golden State Warriors, Raptors had just won their first title at Oracle Arena. When a jury went onto the court join his celebrating team. Strickland claimed in a federal lawsuit that he stopped a jury because he didn't provide the proper credentials. And that led to a shoving match captured on video. Santa Clara County. Prosecutors say the San Jose police officer lawfully shot and killed a wanted suspect was struggling with another officer and trying to shoot him. It happened during a traffic stop. In November. 2019 29 year old Andrew Roberts of Aptos died. Prosecutors say the shooting happened after officers used officers used the sun gun on Roberts. Roberts was the subject of a no bail warrant for evading police. Salesforce's instituting a new work from anywhere policy for its employees. Employees who don't live near an office or have roles they don't require them to be in an office can work remotely full time San Francisco companies has 65% of its workers who are in a flex schedule will come in 123 days a week for meetings and presentations. This report sponsored by your Northern California Toyota dealers. Toyota's president's Day sales event is here just announced. Get $2000 cash back on the 2021 Corolla and Corolla Hybrid or $3500 cash back on the 2020 camera Hybrid event ends to 16 21 Toyota, Let's.
California Has Tripled Vaccination Sites
"Has tripled. The number of vaccinations and out to new large scale vaccinations sites opening in California this month, is part of the federal program. Sites have an additional 6000 vaccine doses a day from the federal government at the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum and Cal State L. A full federal support in terms of the allocation of the resource is to help us move forward with the distribution of these vaccines. This is a partnership with FEMA and the Office of Emergency Services Governor Gavin Newsom, saying the last month in California has seen the positive test straight drop from 14%. 6% and hospitalizations are down 30% the last two weeks a month ago, on the Fourth of January, we had historically high number of cases reported in the state of California over 60,000 cases. Today we report 10,501 cases 60,000 less than a month ago, 10,000 cases reported today. Jack Cronin. Google
No tuna in Subway's tuna sandwiches, lawsuit claims
"Claims subways, tuna sandwiches aren't made of actual tuna to Alameda County residents are suing the sandwich giant, claiming the filling is anything but tuna. The lawsuit says by selling sandwiches that are bereft of tuna subway has been trying to capitalize on the premium price consumers are willing to pay for tuna. Subway officials issued an immediate response today, blasting the accusations as reckless and improper.
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"The Alameda County Sheriff's Office and California. Sheriff's officials deny that he worked for the department just ahead on KCBS. Two former coaches from a South Bay High school are facing charges now of sex abuse to the county Cop tunnel for a look at traffic. Now with George Rass. It was a stall eastbound inside the right hand four, which is born number one. They're numbered from south to north. It blocked the lane on the right hand lane. It appears as though it's been cleared because traffic appears to be flowing much more smoothly now. Through both bores eastbound westbound, no impact to traffic back to Hayward, which had been a hot spot for quite a while. But no longer traffic is back to normal for the South bound ride from a street down past highway 92 to Tennison, and it has not yet begun to slow down for the North bound. 80 ride coming up out of Union City and South Bay freeways that bracing for this coming storm. Right now It's pretty good traffic conditions except for one stretch of highway 101 in the South bound direction, getting down to the key road. That was the scene of an earlier reported accident at the Maquis Road off ramp. South bound your next update. 1 18 the traffic leader. KCBS weather is the big story this afternoon. We've got those clouds building up out there. Ah, powerful storm heading our direction. Heavy downpours, Gusty winds at times to tonight. Tomorrow and Thursday. Traffic and weather together on the eights on all news.
Man charged in deaths of 36 people in 2016 San Francisco Bay Area warehouse fire pleads guilty, avoiding second trial
"Than four years after the ghost ship warehouse fire killed three dozen people in Oakland, the master tenant of the buildings, pleading guilty to multiple counts of involuntary manslaughter. CBS is mapping the reports from outside the Alameda County Hall of Justice. 36 Times, Derek Elmina was asked how he would plea to charges of involuntary manslaughter. And 36 times, he said. Guilty for that. The judge said he would serve 12 years in state prison, but three of those years would likely be suspended for electronic surveillance. The guilty please allow Elmina to avoid another jury trial. The first in 2019 resulted in a hung jury. Outside the courthouse. I asked this Oakland artist if she thought Justice was done, yes, I do feel like it does send a message. Unfortunately, I wish there was a middle ground because I am an artist, So I do prefer there to be spaces that are not Quite so gentrified where artists can live in work safely and this being gonna be pushed out because of this go shit. Fire Al Mana, His attorneys and the Alameda County Da's office had no comment on the court proceedings. Investigators allege all men are created a hazardous environment at the Ghost ship warehouse by stuffing it with flammable materials, extension cords and no working smoke detectors. 50 year old al Mena will return to court in March for final sentencing
New COVID-19 variant found in Bay Area linked to Kaiser outbreak
"And state officials have announced concerns over a new variant of the Corona virus called L 452 are that they've detected in Northern California, Max Pringle reports. Santa Clara County officials said The new variant was found in the Kaiser San Jose outbreak that recently infected dozens of people. Santa Clara County Health director Dr Sarah Cody said the variant doesn't appear to be more serious than the more common strain. We do not have any signals at this point that this variant is associated with anything else, such as increased severity of illness, although will we? Of course, we're certainly looking for any signals at to see if that that would be emerging. Dr Charles to was a virologist in professor of laboratory medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He said. Tests show the new strain made up about 4% of samples back in mid December, Chu said the data is incomplete and more work needs to be done. He said. It indicated officials are concerned about whether the vaccines will be as effective against the variant. There is some worry that this this is one of those variants that because it's in the very critical region of the virus called the spike Protein, and then the binding site they receptor binding domain of the spike protein there is with with all mutations in that particular region. There is a concern that is there in Will there be an effect or is there an effect on the vaccine? Choose that The variant was first identified in Alameda County last May. He said, along with Santa Clara, the new strain has turned up and other urban counties such a San Francisco and more rural counties like Mono and Lake. State Health officials are working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local public health departments and laboratory sequencing partners. And learn more about the variant and how it spreads. State health officials said. Quote. It's too soon to know if this variant will spread more rapidly than others. Officials say the best protection remains mask wearing social distancing in hand washing.
Convicted California Killer David Misch Charged With 1988 Kidnapping, Murder Of Missing 9-Year-Old Michaela Garecht
"East Bay. Authorities believe they have solved the 1988 kidnapping of nine year old Makayla Garrick. They are charging a convicted murderer 59 year old David Mish, who's also a suspect in to Fremont killings back in the eighties. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley says Miche will be charged with kidnapping murder with special circumstances is charged with the murder of Makayla. During the course of the kidnapping, the evidence establishes that he was the kidnapper. And that I'm a Kayla's body and Makayla herself have never been seen. Her remains have never been found. Police say A partial palm print matching missions was found on the scooter McCaleb was writing the day
Man charged with murder in 1988 disappearance of 9-year-old Michaela Garecht
"Alameda County Prosecutors have filed murder charges in the 1988 disappearance of nine year old Makayla Garrett in Hayward. The suspect, 59 year old David Meesh, is accused of kidnapping and killing the girl. He was already in custody, serving a prison sentence for a 1989 murder and was recently charged in another cold case. Double homicide. Hayward Police Detective Robert Purnell is the primary investigator for the Garret case. Promote this won't reach out to us and after maybe somebody that we want to look into it, we certainly did and let us know where we are today. Investigators say they believe Michaela was killed and are hopeful they may be able to recover her remains. Hayward Police chief Tony Chaplin, read a statement from Sharon Murch, MMA, Kayla's mother. Never would have thought that this case will be solved after 32 years. Nor was the song about women's providing information. It was solved by painstaking police work, My thanks also to the Fremont Police Department for remembering Makayla and bringing heroin into their own case. And this I see the better angels of the investigative process. We're beyond cases. There are human beings. Meesh is set to be arraigned this morning. Law
Suspect charged with murdering Hayward girl Michaela Garecht 32 years ago in widely publicized abduction
"There's been an arrest in the 32 year old Hayward kidnapping and murder of Makayla Garrett KCBS is Meghan Goldsby has details from Hayward Man arrested and charged with the nine year old's death is 59 year old David Mitch, who's currently in Santa Rita Jail. Hayward police chief Tony Chaplin. The breakthrough in the case came earlier this year. As a result of new leads that pointed us in the direction of mish. We had the opportunity to follow those leads patiently as Mitch has been a state prison since 1989 convicted of murder. He is also awaiting a trial for double murder committed in Fremont in 1986. Some of the evidence had to do with methodology, but police have not released any details about how Michaela died. Her body has never been found. We were also able to use a partial palm print found on the scene of her November 1988 abduction and match it with Mitch. She was taken at a convenience store in Hayward, where she'd gone with her friend to get candy, says Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley. Her kidnapped her moved one of the scooters away from the This store to the back area of the parking lot. He did so to isolate and be able to grab McKayla. When she came to pick up that scooter. It is possible that mission may have been responsible for even more death, says chief chaplain Right now it's wide open. Mitch was a transient in the Hayward area in the late eighties, he's convicted of killing one woman and suspected and killing two more in the Freemont case along with Garrett.
Southern California, San Joaquin Valley under restrictions
"Away from a state home water going into effect for most of the Bay Area, large portion of the Central Valley and all of Southern California's covert 19 cases. Continue to search the state Department of Public Health Reports. The number of open ICU beds in the Bay Area has gone up today, but in the San Joaquin region has fallen to about 6%, Southern California, down to 10%. San Francisco Santa Clara Contra Costa County's began their stay at home orders tonight at 10 Alameda Counties. Order takes effect tomorrow Morning. We're in counties on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Alameda County hiring fair. Hey, CBS News time 6 15 So ever sports. Kevin is at the Bay Area Chevy dealers Sports desk, and Steph Curry hasn't thoughts of the season ahead gift. Yeah, he spoke for over 21 minutes, Jeff. On the first day of individual workouts, he talked about a number of subjects. He says that he has high hopes for a former Steph curry basketball camper that 71 center James Wiseman, the second overall pick out of Memphis. Whom step met at the Steph Curry basketball camp a couple of years ago. Will Wiseman make an impact right away for sure what that means that obviously the second draft picks of the expectations are usually high, comparing him to other Top two draft picks, or, you know a lot of nearest past like Those comparisons. He's not gonna be able to avoid no matter what it averages or what I mean minutes he's playing, but he's definitely gonna contribute, and we're gonna hopefully be able to lock in this year toe. To make us Ah, much better basketball team steps as their Wiseman is wise beyond his years hasn't played much shut, though just three games in college, and not much sense of success for him will be You know, framed a lot of different ways, I think on it might not be with stats like it might mean him being a part of big, meaningful basketball games for us to help us one. Yeah, and the Warriors will open up December 22nd in Brooklyn against Kevin Durant and the Nets. Meanwhile, agent and was neurotic ski first to report that used to rockets have agreed to trade Russell Westbrook to Washington for John Wall and a number one pick. That should be interesting. Westbrook and Bradley Beal in Washington now, James Harden. Will team up with John Wall in Houston and the Steelers over the Ravens. In case you missed it. 19 to 14 Pittsburgh now 11 or no on the NFL season at the Sports desk. Kevin Radic KCBS sitting down. How's your posture?.
Apple, U.S. states reach $113 million settlement on iPhone throttling
"Area counties will be getting millions of dollars in settlement money from Apple KFBK zero l belong as details. $113 settlement was reached Wednesday with California and other states California will get nearly $25 million in settlement money. Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Alameda counties will each get a little over $4 million settlement was over Apple's choice in 2016, a throttle consumers iPhone speeds in order to Dress. Unexpected shutdowns on some iPhones Royale Balon NEWS 93.1 kfbk
Elon Musk’s Covid-19 Tests: Tesla CEO Says He Tests Both Positive and Negative
"X X X owner owner owner Elon Elon Elon Musk Musk Musk may may may have have have the the the virus. virus. virus. He He He tweeted tweeted tweeted that that that he he he tested tested tested both both both positive positive positive and and and negative. negative. negative. On On On Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, he said he was experiencing cold like symptoms, and when taking four of the same tests administered on the same machine. He had different results. In Alameda County, California, where Tesla's car factory is located. There has been a sharp increase in Corona virus cases,
Oakland volunteers are posting maps to voting centers
"In Oakland is trying to get the word out about dozens of voting locations that are closed this election and they're redirecting people to nearby open once it's Julie Chang explains. Oakland typically has over 100 polling places. But for Tuesday's election, only 26 are open. That could be because the Corona virus pandemic has made some traditional polling places like schools and senior centers unavailable that got Oakland resident and Daniel's wondering if old polling places have any sign itch that tells voters where the the nearest nearest open open location location is is and and came came back back with with the the answer answer that that no no there there was was going going to to be be no no sign sign of of gentle. gentle. As As a a result, result, Daniel's Daniel's teamed teamed up up with with some some friends friends from from the the progressive progressive activist activist group group Indivisible Indivisible Eastbay. Eastbay. To create their own signs with a map and list of open polling locations and put them across more than 100 old voting sites in Oakland. Nora Cody, who helped with the effort, says she's upset Alameda County isn't doing more to help. Those who may be disenfranchised by this, especially with talks of voter suppression are happening all over the country. The registered voters answer is just to go to the website and no recognition that there is still a digital divide. And that those who are generally the most disenfranchised would continue to be disenfranchised. The women say they don't think the county's deliberately suppressing votes, but unintentional harm is taking place. The county didn't respond to a request for comment. I'm Julie Chang news. Marin County
Officer charged in fatal Walmart shooting of Steven Taylor
"A veteran California police officer is charged with voluntary manslaughter for the April shooting death of a black man in San Leandro, east of San Francisco. Terrorist Siler report. The officer is accused of violating department policy on the use of deadly force in charging officer Jason Fletcher. Prosecutors concluded that Steven Taylor pose no threat of imminent deadly force or serious bodily injury to Fletcher or anyone else in the Wal Mart store. Alameda County, D A. Nancy O'Malley said Taylor, who had a bat in his hand, was clearly in shock after being tased twice. Taylor was stumbling forward with the bat pointed toward the ground when Fletcher's shot him in the chest. The D a sighted California's new law that states law enforcement can on ly use deadly force when necessary rather than just reasonable. In a statement, San Leandro police chief Jeff Tutor said he understood the loss of Steven Taylor has deeply affected the community. And that the judicial process must take its course.
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Alameda County Fire says evacuation orders were issued for residents along Welsh Creek Road southeast of Sonora. Working hard. These fires were anticipate some thunderstorms this morning. Santoni says lower temperatures and higher humidity should help fire crews establish containment perimeters. The fires were first reported yesterday afternoon near the Kala various reservoir lightning strikes believed to be the cause there as well as well. Several warnings issued by the National Weather Service remain in affected this hour due to a wildfire danger from lightning strikes. The entire Bay area remains under a red flag. Fire warning until 11 o'clock this morning. Meanwhile, while things have cooled off a bit at the coast communities along the bay remain under an excessive heat warning until nine o'clock tonight. In areas where temperatures will again get into triple digits. Today you are under an excessive heat warning until nine o'clock on Wednesday night. Just ahead on KCBS. No rolling blackouts last night, but we're not out of the woods yet. Right now. We want to check the drive this early Monday morning, we go to the KCBS Traffic desk and Jo Hoskins seuin. No, Peter, we do have this crash occurring up in Oakland. It's north eight eighties ramped up Fifth Avenue, a car striking a light.
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"KCBS. Alameda County authorities have arrested a woman in the death of her newborn more than 30 years ago. Let's get you caught up on KCBS traffic is we head back to South San Jose. An overturned boat came Vestal. Can you get more from your local Honda Dealers Traffic center a summertime hazard. To be sure, we had a truck towing a 30 foot boats on one on one North bound and it tipped over at Hillier. This happened at two o'clock so two hours ago on the two right lanes are still blocked, also caused a diesel spill. So that's complicating the cleanup, too. Traffic is heavy in both directions on North bound and South bound. Wanna one. I also see the usual slowing on South Bound one, the one that headed out of San Jose between Bailey and East done in Morgan Hill. That's just typical commute and in the East Pain right on, the Nimitz has been spared from any drama so far today I'm not jinxing it by saying that North bound 80 is slow and stretches between Dakota Road. And a street in Hayward. The big trouble spot has been this ride on the eastbound 5 80 The Altamont Pass because of AH big rig crash during the early morning hours of Finally all lanes reopened about 2 30 at Grant Line Road. That's why traffic continues to very slowly recover. Also getting a call from the case of Mia's phone force about heavy traffic around at Rio Vista, the bridge and Highway 1 60 This may be likely related to some roadwork. Is there your next update at for 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. KCBS bury a weather forecast. It's another toasty day in limbo. Temperature's going to drop because we're going to see lots more fog.
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"The Alameda County Sheriff's Office is Vandals cause roughly $200,000 in damage to the Alameda County courthouse over the weekend. Hundreds took to the streets Saturday to show their support for protesters in Portland, a splinter group broke off from the main group and set fire to the courthouse broke windows spray painting graffiti. And shot fireworks at police and could the covert outbreak among members of the Florida Marlins Major League team be just the beginning throughout the sport? KCBS Tim Ryan spoke with a specialist at UCSF. Everyone knew it was a risky proposition. Lots of players crowding airplanes, buses, hotels, dugouts. And locker rooms. Yeah, it's completely not surprising, and it's what you'll get if you have enough community prevalence of disease doctor Peter Chin Hong says a dozen or more positive tests was fairly inevitable, especially amongst the team from hard hit Florida, canceling their home opener in Miami and cancelling the Yankees Phillies game in Philadelphia, where the Marlins played over the weekend is wise, he suggests. Dr Chen Hong is worried about all of the baseball team's in Florida, Texas, Arizona and Southern California. That's eight teams. If this doesn't work, MLB Really sends a bad signal to the other leagues that are trying to do something similar basketball football. You know. Soccer Giants chief Executive Larry Bear set to host his team's home opener Tuesday against the Padres. Had little to say about the Marlins situation. Deferring to the baseball commissioner. MLB has never said what it would take to shut down the shortened 60 game baseball season. Tim Ryan KCBS coming up on KCBS. I'm Kathy Novak. The governor sends new strike teams to Corona virus hot spots in an effort to slow the spread. It's 11 away. Let's check in on traffic.
"All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Fred Nolan and I am a visual storyteller now before we get more into your visual storytelling work and your background and everything I've been asking everyone because we're recording this now during this pandemic. But how are you holding up? You know I'm hanging in there. It helps to know that I'm not the only one doing this. You know when you know that. Misery loves company. And we're all pretty miserable right now. If. If I was the the quarantined one, it would feel terrible, but. I'm hanging. I've got I've got friends. You know I've got my family I've got like this tiny bubble. I can go to. Some good. How has been out there? In California I know that I think as we're recording this now. Cases have been spiking there. They have been. It's getting Kinda scary I live in Oakland and Alameda County and the east side of Oakland, has had a huge rise in covid in covid spread My neighborhood has been pretty safe I. Think and people are being properly cautious. You don't see people out, not wearing masks. When you're walking down the street people automatically one or the other of you will hop into the street toge- the other room, so I feel confident that the people in my space are doing what needs to be done to stay safe, but yeah, it's. It's like I. I was thinking that we would continue to see the curve trend down, and it's upsetting, but it's not. Yeah, it's I know that people have been getting out and really just. Not Following social distancing. We've seen news reports and such. Of course there were spikes from Memorial Day now we're coming up on independence day I don't know if there's going to be other spikes, but if we just see the behavior that happened back in May than that's possible, it is, it is scary. Especially you know. I think California's probably better than a lot of states in terms of the mandate for wearing face masks in public and such like here in Georgia, they they don't care. Here we had about three weeks of lockdown, and then they were like me. The odds be in your favor. After that. Yeah. Ben Resistance in in the more rural areas of California, so you Moran or you go out to like the Central Valley especially I guess it kind of follows the political map, so the more conservative the area, the more resistance there is to taking basic precautions, yeah, speaking of the pandemic of their the way that I found out about you assault one of your comics. In The New Yorker and I'll linked to it in the show notes a call. Pandemic induced Malays. Resonated with me because I saw it right at the time when I have been laid off from my job and I was feeling all of these things as One of those twenty times like. Every, once in a while you get lucky and you kinda catch the pulse of what's going on. And that's that was one of those moments like where I might. Kinda To the goings on of everybody else. How have your has been? my days. Aren't that changed? Honestly because I work from home anyway and I'm I tend to be kind of a loner. Mike you know bike? I'm not a real social butterfly. The way in which it has been difficult is I'm I'm single without any possibility of not being single for it? The known future like who knows Ilan That's been tricky. How did you get started with doing comics with the New Yorker. The director the director actually found me Emma Allen. and. She's a big independent comics fan like she loves many comics and self published stuff, and at some point, some of my work came across. You know her her eyes and she reached out to me and said Hey. If you ever have an idea that you think might work, you know, sit my way. And Yeah I I could not believe my luck. 'cause you know I've been doing this for a long time and it is. It has gotten me. You know dozens of fans. Like it was never it was always something that I did because it's just what I do I enjoy creating. I enjoy making those comics. I would just do it at night and I had no idea that it would ever lead to something bigger like
Oakland Police Fire Tear Gas, Arrest Protesters Condemning Police Killing of George Floyd
"People were arrested after what started as a peaceful demonstration with hundreds of people marched Into the streets of downtown Oakland last night turned destructive by a group of what police are calling Agitators event organized by the wall of Mom's Bay Area, Refuse Fascism Bay Area and vigil for Democracy began around 7 30 at Frank Ogawa Plaza. To show support for the ongoing protests in Portland, Oregon, over the death of George Floyd, police say. After nightfall, agitators started a small debris fire inside the Alameda County Superior Courthouse. It was quickly
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"The Alameda County Sheriff's office. He put up a very courageous fight, and unfortunately, yesterday he passed away. With the check the traffic this morning for this report. We're heading out to the ultimate past with Peter. That's 5 80 It's your linked to the Central Valley from the Livermore Valley, 5 80 eastbound at the limit from Livermore to the two old split as you head towards Tracy. And if you are continuing on through Tracy 205 eastbound No delays on through Tracy and then onto Interstate five in Antioch Highway for this is West Bounder Hillcrest of Sports Equipment has been dropped in the two right lanes. So far, it does look like traffic is jogging around it, okay? In San Francisco, 101 North bound at too weighty. There is a sudden pocket of slow traffic there, mostly on the connector from North Bound. 1212 North bound to 80. Otherwise, traffic is moving around in good shape on one on one and 2 80 in San Francisco on the peninsula. 2 80 Wanna one wide open both directions between Woodside Road and 3 80 in the South Bay. Traffic is light moving at the living on one on one through San Jose. Same good news for 2 88 80 in Santa Clara County and in San Jose, the Lawrence Expressway on ramp to South bound, too weighty, the solo Christ that was blocking the right lane of the on ramp. That has been cleared Your next traffic update 18 on the traffic leader. Yes. KCBS Bay Area Weather forecast will see some morning clouds becoming sunny later today with temperatures mostly.
Newsom orders California to shut down indoor activities, all bar operations
"And for Rebecca Corral with covert 19. Running rampant in California Governor Newsome is dialing back statewide, shutting down sectors of the economy that had been allowed to reopen. Hey, CBS Political reporter dug. Sovereign is joining us live and says that includes all bars, all indoor dining in many counties. The closures extend far beyond that, and I was watching a tweet this out as the governor was making the announcement, Doug and it feels like we're going back to the starting line. Almost Boy, it sure does Dan and it's pretty frustrating to a lot of people. I mean the corona viruses unchecked in the Golden State, the hospitalization and I see you numbers continue to move in the wrong direction. The positivity rate is approaching 8%. And Governor Gavin Newsom said today it is time to pull back and no longer just on a county by county basis. We are announcing additional statewide actions as it relates to our state home order here in the state of California. We are now effectively rather effective today required all counties to close their indoor act activities there indoor operations in every county, not just the 31 or so now on the state watch list. All bars must close gnome or indoor dining, movie theaters, family entertainment centers or winery tasting rooms and in those counties where the things are worst, covering more than 80% of California's people. There are further shutdowns, houses of worship, Hera nail salons, gyms and fitness centers. Malls. Non essential offices must all closed down again in the Bay Area. That list includes Alameda Contra Acosta Marin. Napa, Santa Clara Solano in Sonoma County. So in other words everywhere in the Bay Area except San Francisco and San Mateo counties, I pressed the Governor Dan about the confusion regarding restaurants in Alameda County over the last few days, and the general level of frustration among so many people about what's open and what isn't what's safe and what isn't. He acknowledged His responsibility is leader of the state. But he said too many people are just not acting with common sense. We all need to wear masks and keep a safe distance went outside reporting live Doug Sovereign, KCBS dog real quick. Also, did he mention anything about schools because classes were supposed to start in about a month. Is he going to step in on that? Or is he going to leave that to local communities? Well again a little bit of confusion there because it's some of both. He was asked a couple of times about the schools and again, as you said. No different districts are handling it differently. Some are shutting down completely doing everything remotely. Others are doing hybrids. He suggested that there's further guidance coming from the state, although he leaves it to local districts to make decisions. He congratulated Los Angeles, for example, on deciding tohave all remote schools. This fall, he said. There's some more guidance coming in the next few days from from the state regarding mask wearing at school's school buses, sports certain safety measures that will have to be taken if schools do want to reopen in person in part, or even more than in part in some district. So while he's still saying it's it's a district by district decision, the state is going to put some new mandates in place, so that's districts that do allow in person education this fall. We're going to have some stricter rules to follow. All right. Thanks very much. KCBS is Doug sovereign. You can follow him on Twitter to today with the latest at sovereign nation. Meanwhile, in
Gov. Newsom Expected To Announce Reopening Rollback As Coronavirus Surges
"The number of corona virus cases in California have soared by more than forty five percent over the last seven days. California Governor Gavin Newsom said that public health officials expected transmission of the virus to increase as businesses were allowed to reopen an imperial county which is on the Mexican border east of San Diego the number of people. People testing positive rose to twenty three percent, prompting state officials to call for the county to reinstate a stay at home. Order in the bay. Area Alameda County which includes Oakland paused reopening plants, and in Riverside County officials, said the ICU bed capacity how to reach ninety eight point seven percent California conducted a record one hundred thousand crew in virus tests on Sunday which came back with a positivity rate of five and a half percent
Tesla Tells Employees It Has County Approval to Reopen Plant
"Tesla told employees employees it it received received approval approval to to resume resume operations operations at at its its factory factory in in Fremont Fremont California California so so says says an an email email sent sent to to employees employees and and seen seen by by Bloomberg Bloomberg CEO CEO Ilan Ilan mosque mosque had had threatened threatened to move the company's headquarters and future programs when Alameda county moved to block the re opening
Tesla employees returned to the factory this week.
"But appears at the dispute between Tesla and Dade County authorities in California over the re opening of the factory in the face of the shutdown is coming to an end Alameda county health department announcing on Twitter that the Fremont California plant will be able to go beyond basic operations this week could start making vehicles this coming Monday as long as it delivers on worker safety precautions that it agreed to now it's not clear whether Tesla will face any punishment for re opening Monday defiance of orders the releases Fremont police will verify whether Tesla's holding up it's part of the
"alameda county" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"But Alameda county officials say they're working with Tesla on a plan to possibly re open may eighteenth if Tesla did close the plant it would be devastating to the city of Fremont I hope that is not going to happen because Silicon Valley needs yes now it is prosperity well tax attack experts say the move would also be a bad financial decision for Tesla in Temecula Pechanga resort casino is hoping to reopen June first officials say they'll reduce the number of slot machines and move tables to allow more physical distancing employees must also wear face coverings and have their temperature checked when they come to work the spot in pool will remain close and there will be no concerts more high tech help in the race for a cure Devin Philly shows us two technology giants who have teamed up to help prevent further spread the coronavirus apple and Google who recorded a combined ninety five percent of the US cell phone market announced a partnership to use their phones to pinpoint if you've come in contact with someone who's tested positive for the virus when your phone is near another phone or on somebody else's it's able to create a record of that connection so instead of just going by where you are geographically it's looking to see whose phones are Alexander stone is the head of risk management for trusted sector cyber security company he says because the phones are recording who you've been in contact with instead of everywhere you go it should ease concerns about privacy at least a little but he says the safeguards built into the system have limits he got an itemized data and link it to somebody so if you do have someone that test positive you can then go back and notify those people the company say that information would be shared with public health officials who would encourage you to get tested and a positive self quarantine preventing you from spreading the disease unknowingly to others apple and Google say they will initially roll out the program is an app that users would have to download an agreed to and later plan to incorporate it into an operating system update to increase participation do you have information about specially around your location and and the things that you do the things you really have just so much information about you and so in some ways it may feel our users to give them even more data especially in the context of public power that was seven feely reporting Google and apple have already released draft documentation for this exposure notification system thanks for staying up late with us we've got more news coming up next time was in nineteen your streaming CVS sent Los Angeles he built a dynasty your not he's totally team for more like me first.
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Dog club and Alameda county in Dublin Jeffrey Schaub KCBS just ahead on KCBS why some people may not have to pay the full amount on traffic tickets well in speaking of traffic it is time for some KCBS traffic which are drastic Melissa we've been enjoying a pretty quiet day and so it continues there are however never the less still a few slow spot and one of them is bad that name it's free way the ride in the Fremont bill Peters Caltrans sweepers since the nine o'clock hour have been adding south on eight eighty starting out in San Lorenzo there right heading into bill Pete is now approaching Dixon landing road that's going to be where they exit the freeway and there are some delays beginning now through Hey word on the Nimitz freeway northbound as we move into the one o'clock hour not unusual to start to see traffic on the Nimitz freeway start to slow through a word they're they're slowing through south San Francisco on the Bayshore freeway as we say good afternoon to Peter Schofield at the children auto body collision camp good afternoon George Caltrans sweepers are very busy on the peninsula this is in Santa south San Francisco moving south bound one on one between airport Boulevard to three eighty and remember you can report traffic to it here true to his hearing KCBS using the ways app to learn how to join the KCBS ways force go to KCBS radio dot com North Bay easy ride one a one from the Golden Gate Bridge all the way to Petaluma and no delays for highway thirty seven at Sears point next update one eighteen travel leaders KCBS partly to mostly sunny skies expected throughout the afternoon today with highs today getting into the fifties tonight mostly clear and cold.
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For western Alameda County northern San Mateo county, south western contra, Costa county, and San Francisco county. So that's small stream flood. Advisory is supposed to be an effect till eight forty five tonight, much more of the wet weather. You come in other news this afternoon. This is supposed to be a huge year for IPO's, especially for bay area companies. We're talking about Uber and lifted Airbnb and Pinterest, but KCBS reported excerinceess the continuing government shutdown is stalling the process, and that could have a big ripple effect on the northern California academy. There's only a skeleton staff of essential employees of the SEC, which means IPO's already in the pipeline are stuck there and companies that were planning to file to go, public, sooner and Limbaugh. So obviously, we're delayed companies are continuing to work on ITO's continuing to submit them the challenges that once you submit them, they're backing up at the SEC Alan Dennis Berg heads the northern California office of the corporate law firm, Davis Polk, he handles a lot of IPO is Intel's KCBS. There's mounting anxiety and concern not just at unicorn companies like Uber, but also add much smaller biotech and medical device firms. That were planning to go public. There are a lot of employees that those companies who've been sitting on equity for a long time not taking a lot of cash thinking that an IPO is going to happen. And ultimately that's the basis on which they will fund, for example, a house their children's education. If that's pushed much pushed back further than you know, that much longer that their personal plans are delayed by the time the government reopened who knows where the markets will be so companies are scrambling for alternative financing and working on plan b Doug sovereign KCBS. Let us.
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To bathe says Alameda County supervisor Wilma Chan a lot of people work and the structures that they have even even those tough sheds do not have running. Water. So you have to have some new means of cleaning yourself before you go to work. So this is what this would do. The Alameda city council is set to meet next Tuesday to discuss setting aside, more than one hundred forty seven thousand dollars to buy the hygiene bus that comes from the nearly seven hundred fifty thousand dollars the county has received from the state took them that homelessness. The bus would rotate from Alameda to other cities like San Leandro union city Hayward and Fremont minder standing a city of Alameda may share this bus with some of the other smaller cities, which I think is a really great idea. The city is also considering a program that would create safe parking spaces for people living in RV's or cars right now, nearly fifty six hundred people in the county don't have shelter more than two hundred of them live in the city of Alameda in Alameda. Carrie Hodousek KCBS hen for the supermarket can sometimes be a bit of a drag. But. Showers and respirators giving place to be. People work and are about to end. Coming soon George grocery aisle near you, smart, shelter will tell you. Okay. That flower that you want is in I'll to it's in this section of I'll too and when you get to that section. It'll light up the shelf right underneath the flower. So you'll know okay. Here's the thing. I'm looking for and it'll do that for your items for which program has the smart shopping done bass who covers Microsoft for.
"alameda county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To force given back tomorrow. I'm Tim Horne six hundred WNYC ninety two point one FM at the iheartradio app. Forest. I think had a little bit too much fun US beat Mexico and soccer in Nashville up at Nissan stadium. Last night. One nil one zero one to nothing like he may have party just a little handle too much fun last night. Had a late night. So hopefully, he will be back tomorrow right here on the show. All right. So things get a little interesting this past weekend. Of course, you know, the the calls come out that, you know, if the Democrats take the house, and or the Senate back that conservatives Republicans are going to get violent. Well. In in the Castro valley. Area. This is near Oakland sheriff deputies arrested thirty five year old Farzad for this is near this is this is actually at a, you know, this is the time of the year where you have festivals and fairs they arrested this guy for Saad Zely. This is in Castro valley after trying to attack Republican congressional candidate while. Making disparaging in profanity laced remarks about the president and the Republican party scanning Rudy Peters. It's running for the fifteenth congressional district seat, it's heavily democratic. So I'm not sure, you know. And I guess he's he's gonna take a shot at it. But according to Alameda Alameda County sheriff's office the press release they put out yesterday Zely approach Peter's quoted in an aggressive manner and made some disparaging remarks around three thirty three forty five in the afternoon. And then witnesses. According to a local CBS village said that his rant was profanity laced. And then according to the sheriff's office Fazillah pulled out a switchblade and tried to stab Peters. The knife didn't open and after a struggle with candidate Fizuli fled only to be arrested shortly thereafter on charges of felony assault criminal threats brandishing a weapon and possession of a switch blade knife. According to the Alameda County sheriff's office, deputies happened to be there at the festival as soon as the guy fled. They learned about the crime they pursued him and caught him in. He had the knife on his person Peters is a navy veteran running against an incumbent Eric swallow on they make America great again in America first platform, he was not seriously injured in all of this. And to swallows credit. He came out and said on Sunday my opponent was attacked at his campaign booth and Castro valley. I'm glad to hear Mr. Peters is. Okay. But it is never okay to use violence to settle political disagreements or any disagreement. Fortunately, the Alameda County sheriff's office arrested the suspect, but. Yeah. It's not the conservatives that get violent. The tea party's been around for how long now what eight nine years. Remember the time when the tea party went and destroyed. Yeah, I don't remember that either exactly. Coming up in about nine minutes. We've got Tanya J power. She'll be joining the broadcast talking about best colleges few moments ago before the bottom of the hour break, we talked about richest football programs blows my mind. The Texas A&_M top that list. Does not surprise me. Texas was there at number two Texas has its own Longhorn television networks said there's there's a revenue stream there that they've got over some of the other universities. But of course, Alabama Michigan Ohio state right in the mix too. Don't know if I don't know if Notre Dame was near the top of the list, but I'm sure they get good booster support. As well. The top national story at this time other than politics is going to be hurricane Florence and hurricane Florence continues to turn away out east along the east coast. Many folks are bracing for that. I've got the latest this is from North Carolina, and writes, Ville beach, this is Jonathan serrie and there's a mandatory evacuation, but he filed this report about four or five minutes ago. And I've got I've got this one in the hopper now, this is John communities evacuate during the approach of hurricane. Florence some local officials worry about the long term effects of the storm including power outages. Bill Blair is mayor of rights Phil beach town on a barrier island near Wilmington North Carolina worried about what's going to come after this past because near and Fran. For example. We were out for about two weeks. I mean, this is a much more powerful storm. Fran. Most residents are complying with a mandatory evacuation in effect as of Wednesday morning by evening town. Officials plan to begin shutting down the island's water system in order to protect it. During the storm in rightful beach, North Carolina, Jonathan serrie, Fox News earlier there we heard that mayor with the with with the same sound bite. But it it can't be stressed enough. That the reason for the evacuation is not for necessarily just in that moment. But and officials have said odds are at this point with this being a direct hit. Way it's gonna be tough for us to come get anybody. And and they have just worn people's like, we can't come get you. It's not it's not as if we have all this high ground where it's going to be easy to get you. If the I mean, they're looking in some spots of twenty five to thirty plus inches of rain. Plus you've got the storm surge, and you got to remember alone that coast that's low lying area that's going to get flooded inland for for quite some time. And now folks have had days not hours, but they've had days. In fact, local officials have have opened up to other side of the highway for contra flow to let all all the vehicles. Go in the same direction on both sides of the major highway to get people out of there. In fact, I believe I believe my wife, and I were actually we're going to be taking in some relatives that live out there. They're going to be coming to staying with us for a few days mall that settles down. Nice of you guys do that. They did the same for that. Do the same for us to they're really good people. But anyway this morning, I heard something about wants to lane gets up to forty five miles per hour is going to make it really really hard for the people who stay there to get out or for you to get to them. Yeah. Because I mean at that point. That's that's tropical storm winds. You know, once you get to thirty nine you've got tropical storms, but then you know, forty five tropical storm wins. You give seventy four you've got a hurricane. But I'm hearing perhaps between one thirty one forty the eye wall is is what it's going to reach the maximum at right near the eye of the hurricane. And it's you know in the I it's calm and serene. It's very calm there. It's that I wall where they look at the maximum sustained winds because that's where the winds are spinning the fastest. It's pretty it's interesting, Sherry because you get birds that migrate in hurricanes because they get stuck inside the eye of the hurricane where it's calm and serene, but they can't. Get out because it rip them apart trying to get through that I wall. So they have to go where the hurricane goes and migrate. And once they get on land than they've got a, you know, it's kind of race and find a find a shelter in a tree or under an overhang or somewhere safe where they can weather that storm because once it hits land it's going to be violent for awhile. But once it goes across land that storm starts to break up. But yeah, I mean, it's it's it's pretty incredible. And you get that storm surge of the water onto the land. But people have had their warning. I would not want to be there. Thank god. It's not here in Memphis. Yeah. And it looks like the impact of this will be maybe some cloud cover thrown away way mate, maybe to mainland. Hey, maybe. Well, we're going to be near ninety this weekend. I I wish I wish we'd get some cool air. This has been glorious as wake welcome. I kid to school in the morning, it's been glorious. But. You know, next chance of rain really not seen anything through early next week at all other than some sprinkles this morning that's bound so coming up tiny j powers on the best colleges and then seven fifteen Mark your Mark your alarm clock because we'll have Laura powers joining us with the weekly legal stories, and there's always a doozy. Or two that she's got to cover. In fact, I know this week one of those is about that guy that ran that Dallas TV station started screaming something about what was it high treason or something I will find out more from her? And then also a man shoots. A.
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The alameda county detention center for low level offenders i feel lucky to be here many come to class reading it only a fifth grade level county librarian cindy chadwick marvels at what's cyrus can do in a manner of weeks they can improve six grade levels in their reading comprehension for fifteen years cyrus a library implicitly has taught the right to read program a partnership of the county library education and probation departments he focuses on group discussions to improve reading comprehension rights readers and students write poetry which he binds into a book here's an opportunity for them to speak for themselves and say this is who i am because of confidentiality rules here at camps winning we aren't able to show or speak to any of the students but we can share samples of their poetry when i get out i wanna breathe out freedom no chains no bracelets just free from all evil i hear myself thinking what have i done i hear myself asking god for forgiveness writing helps healy motionless scars and boost self esteem according to county chief pro ovation officer wendy still they socially re engage they become part of the community they see themselves as part of the community cyrus work prepares them for high school college or work with they're released none of this is about doing a job for him this is his life passion somedays all i noticed empowering camps we men with literacy skills for a hopeful future this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to cyrus armajani sharon chin kcbs and you can learn more.
"alameda county" Discussed on KOMO
"Bit more delicately since the two thousand sixteen elections within some state agencies close relationships with federal agencies can have serious legal ramifications especially when it comes to immigration law california's a prime example of this is scott wilson reports in the washington post he spoke with komo's tom hutler you use an example of a flow chart in your piece or cheat sheet at a jail explained to our listeners what this looks like and why the prison needs a this is the santa rita jail in alameda county where oakland is the is the county seat and i spoke with a guy who'd been keep the record keeper of the jail for the last twenty years a sergeant noses work very well and yet since january when the state sanctuary state lots of affect he's had taped above his desk this makeshift cheat sheet with arrows pointing from the kinds of crimes that inmates have been charged with or convicted of pointing toward or away from federal immigration officials basically when he's allowed to fulfill requests that federal immigration officials make regarding those inmates and when he has to ignore them and there's so many different categories thirty one crimes whether the conviction or probable cause so this flow chart just sort of spools out over his desk and as he said there's just a lot of people that come in and and and do his job when i when he's off shift that just have no idea what's going on and it helps them navigate and it helps them avoid a lawsuit frankly if they get it wrong you wrote about the california values act too prohibits nearly all communication between local law enforcement and federal immigration agents how many cities in california or counties have challenged the legality of that sanctuary state law.
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"In to alameda county kcbs news time eleven twenty five here's moneywatch stocks rallied with the key index is posting games ranging from two point seven to three and a quarter percent on hopes negotiations between the united states and china will head off a trade war the dow jones industrials rose six hundred sixty nine point twenty four thousand two hundred two the nasdaq closed two hundred twenty eight points higher the s and p five hundred added seventy points general electric was the only loser among the thirty stocks in the dow industrials anastacia amoroso of j p morgan private bank says market fundamentals are strong and wall street should get a boost when corporation stark reporting their first quarter results earnings will have double digit growth once again here over here in q two and we'll start that earning season in april so i do think that the longer term pillars of support are there moreau says the trade rhetoric could cause more volatility in the near term crude oil futures fell to sixty five dollars and fifty five cents a barrel in new york jeff bellinger bloomberg rick thanks and other lenders are happy to make mortgages for ordinary people people with ordinary jobs ordinary pay stubs ordinary tax returns but what if your extraordinary self employed or an independent contractor what if you have a strong bank account aggressive tax return write offs won a three million dollar loan or want to refinance and take out hundreds of thousands in cash too often good candidates like you are turned down because you took a different path well that's all changed with the extraordinary mortgage program from cashcall mortgage where we look at your cash flow not your tax returns make the cash call at eight three three four three.
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"In the alameda county jail three fifteen we're checking back with kevin the rat he is keeping watch at the north cal acura sports desk it's all about college basketball yeah this afternoon number five ohio state beat number twelve south dakota state one seventy three there were seventy one three pointers shot in that game the two teams combined to make twentyfive earlier how about number four zag having all they can handle with number thirteen unc greensboro game tied at sixty four when a freshman came up bed twenty six seconds to play tai gave out speed norville outside right he lets threes who knew covered absolutely hits a lethal brian anderson tnt the call that huge threes eggs win at sixty eight sixty four to move on out west in the midwest never one kansas beat number sixteen penn seventy six sixty number two duke easily over number fifteen eighty nine sixty seven number seven rhode island got by oklahoma in overtime eighty three seventy eight the dagger three from e c williams with thirty one seconds left in the ot out south number three tennessee beat right state seventythree three forty seven number eleven loyola of chicago with a three pointer from dante ingram with point three to play shocking number six miami sixty four to sixty two meanwhile the raiders have made some big moves they signed free agent wide receiver jordy nelson they cut linebacker or michael crabtree that move expected they also signed twenty nine year old veteran running back doug martin forty niners trade center daniel kilgore to miami and they have signed.
"alameda county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Which at this time or nonlife through school will be in session as usual tomorrow in no valley making gold speak kcbs alameda county sheriff's officials are not commenting on a motive of the stabbing death of a woman who was found by a motorist on tesla wrote early monday morning officials do have two suspects in custody nineteen year old daniel gros and his girlfriend 25 ruled melissa leonardo a sheriff's official says nineteen year old present cuesta was able to identify the suspects before dying at a hospital investigators believe cuesta willingly got into the car with gross and leonardo and that they stabbed her and left her for dead by the side of the road growth is to be arraigned this afternoon the mother a man shot dead by avoid police officer last month wants the police bodycam video of the shooting made public kcbs cbs's mortgage shave reports from west oakland where the family is also calling for the police officer to be fired croatian at the west oakland station mother of shailene tyndall who was killed by bart police officer joseph matteo says bodycam video does not show that her son was arm he was on murder he was hurt tender was involved in an altercation where some was shot in a gun was found nearby but attorney john berries explain some of you feet of video don't see anyone with a gun my position is given what you could see what justified shooting at all well you could you didn't know who it shot before he had no information about that and then you run out there you don't see a gun you don't see anybody easy to guys fighting part says they are fully cooperating with the investigation by opd which will be reviewed by the alameda county district attorney's office oneset investigation is complete bard is committed to releasing the bodycam video in west oakland margie schaefer kcbs just ahead on casey bs aisle jeffrey schaub at santa rosa junior college which is going nearly one hundred percent solarpowered traffic and weather update here's victor ceregaza we have an accident.