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Fresh "Alameda" from KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Additionally, visitors want access to liquid and sanitizer station on the theory and on the island of national parks spoke Person, Julian Espinoza, Visitors will be able to say remarkable wildlife Earth in 360 degree vistas of the day, including the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, San Francisco in the Marines. He says touring the rock will be an outdoor experience. Only the house will remain closed. It's considered an indoor museum. Therefore, it and other buildings will be closed. To dictate a bit related restriction. Visitors will have access to an outdoor audio tour by downloading the Alcatraz experience. APP. The new auditor will be at it won't use the headset. Never previously used. Alcatraz plans to welcome back sell House tours one San Francisco allows for indoor museums to resume operations. The reopening Monday could mean a spike in business for merchants near popular tourist spots like Pier 39 fisherman's Warf. In San Francisco carry EUROSEC, KCBS City of Monterey announced yesterday a plan to restrict activities on San Carlos and McAbee beaches to ocean play on Ly. That means no sunbathing or other activities on land allowed. Working at its waterfront will be restricted to prevent crowding. All beaches in lakes in Alameda County remain closed except late Chabot, which does not allow swimming whatever beach you are heading to, or river, make sure Tio go to the website first and check out any restrictions on and closures. K. C. B s NEWS time. 11 12 Sports Coming up Next with the new iPhone SC for less than 100 bucks at Metro, you rule. It's the most affordable iPhone on the number one Brandon Prepaid, whether you're studying online or feast dining Hey, Mom. The iPhone.
Apparent drive-by shooting wounds 9 at family gathering in park
"30. And Denver police now say 10 people were heard in a shooting in a park, located in the 1400 block of West Byers place that's near Alameda and Pecos. Nine people were shot. Three others injured by other means. It happened during a family gathering. None of those injuries are
Fresh "Alameda" from KCBS 24 Hour News
"Required for five G coverage not available in some areas. Some news that may require certain features seem t mobile dot com Pendant System operator Good evening and thank you for joining us. Ah, little bit. Yeah, a little bit crazy tonight. We did just see a message from energy officials in Alameda, saying that they had been instructed by Cal I so that the grid has been stabilized and all power has been restored there with no further outages tonight. Is that just Alameda? Are we starting to see that throughout Northern California we're starting to see that throughout the state, there was a total of 1000 megawatts. That was said off of the demand side, uh through rotating power outages on DH. 500 megawatt began restoration about 7 50 or 75 PM, and another 500 will be restored and over the next Uh, but once that 1st 500 megawatts has been stabilized, But we're starting to see power restoration Take take place now. Now did Cal I So see this coming? I You know, we've seen records throughout the day falling and it's been hot out there. Did we know that the power was going to go out? Well, what we saw was an extreme heat event. Any time there is high heat. We know that there is going to be a lot of air conditioning use and the electricity demand is going to go up. What we saw here, though, was excessive heat from 10 to 20 degrees above normal Att. The same time it was not only affecting The California California residents, but it was also affecting AH lot of the Western states, particularly the Southwest. So we knew that there would be not as much opportunity for imports because the Southwest was using it for their own air conditioning. You So we started what we did a couple of days ago. We, um Ordered all of our generators in our footprint, not Teo that they had to be online and ready to be called into service and deferred all scheduled maintenance. By this afternoon, we had put out several messages to our energy market, asking for more energy to be fitted into the market. And it did not materialize. So at that point, we had done everything we could on the supply side. And we were in the middle of a flex alert. And we were watching and monitoring to see if demands if you know consumers would actually conserved and that we could see demand going down and we didn't see the man go down. Andi. So we think that the less alert did help on DH So now, like I said, we didn't have to call a stage three emergency the 1st 1 In 4001 and that now the, uh, crunch time has passed and we're now restoring power with that, of course, is the good news. The worst of it is over. Tomorrow's supposed to be hot, but not quite as hot. Could we still see more outages? Do you think or are we okay now? Well, we make these decisions on a day by day and sometimes hourly basis because this heat wave's not only had extremely high temperatures that it also had Unplowed. Uh, excuse me, some clouds coming in with it, and the cloud cover served to reduce our solar generation. At the same time we needed those that energy on another thing is the were in the middle of wildfire season, so We had to plan for a possible threat to any transmission lines by wildfires. Or D energy stations of Ah transmission lines. So there was a variety of factors at work in this, uh, in this event, and, uh, we hope that we don't have that perfect storm again. Yeah, Finger fingers crossed. We are always monitoring closely and making decisions that you know, you can see when you're Dealing with the weather clouds moving around wild fires. It's something that we have Tio like that on the day by day, right? And so world no longer stage three emergency. Are we stage two or what would you call it now? I would call it that we were when the remaining 500 megawatts are being are restored. Then we will terminate our state's three emergency. And so we're on the way there. Got you got you. OK? Well, we appreciate your time tonight. We've been talking with an Gonzales, senior public information officer with the California Independent System operator. And again, the walk away from this is while thousands of lost power tonight it is being restored and no further outages are expected at this time case. CBS News Time is a 38 Tell you what. Let's go straight now to the KCBS Traffic desk. Check those roads with Ted Raimi. And I have good news to reward you coming straight to me, Peter. We're going to go toe lows gateau, So we've been looking at this situation.
"alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"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.
California coronavirus watch list adds Santa Cruz County
"New virus cases in the last couple of weeks, Santa Cruz County is now being added to the States Watch list this as yet another county is looking to get tough on people who won't wear masks or keep their distance. Here's KCBS is holic Juan Santa Cruz County added nine new cases yesterday to his running total of 907. About half of those are concentrated in the farming area of Watson Bill. Watchlist. Designation means gyms and salons could close this week, but retail, dining and beaches could stay open. Hospitalizations air down slightly in Alameda, Santa Clara, Marin, San Francisco and Solano counties up slightly in Contra Costa, where this week supervisors are expected to consider cranking up enforcement of mask and social distancing orders. To know what Marin and Napa County Zehr already looking at imposing hundreds of dollars in fines, Infectious disease expert and cow professor emeritus Dr John Schwartzberg. I don't want to say that masks or the solution and everything will go away if we all wore masks, but everything would be a lot better if we did. It's a big tool in armamentarium to control this pandemic. Places like
"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
Governor shuts bars, dining as virus hits California hard
"The rising case rate means bars and restaurants, gyms and churches or shutting down again. The new rules coming out of Sacramento, KCBS reporter Tim Ryan with word that Santa Clara County where there's been a sharp rise in positive cases, and hospitalizations is certainly no exception. Tim Yes. Stan Santa Clara added to the governor's watch list, with its additional restrictions Monday was notably bad, with 253 new cases recorded 33 new hospitalizations in one more death, closing immediately or restaurants, wineries, bars, breweries and movie failures. Think of the number of jobs those hold. After today. Closures include Jim's barbershops and hair salons, churches, shopping malls and non essential offices. Those all set to close tonight at midnight in Santa Clara County still allowed is construction. Cristian Rodriguez is a pipe fitter, working on a massive new Google headquarters in mountain view, he says several co workers have contracted the virus, and there's Tension on the job site, he says the macho attitude of construction workers Israel and during a pandemic not really helpful hangover for I'm seizing a sore throat, something that you can work with that. Not too bad could be just barely kind of of poet. And more than likely people are still going to try and go to work. Senate Clara is second to Alameda in the total number of cases with more than 6500. The additional death on Monday brought that total to 167. Certainly, and unwanted top position here in the Bay Area reporting like Tim Ryan Casey.
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
California hospitalizations surge with new COVID-19 cases
"To ratchet up California's hospitals. Seeing more and more covert 19 patients. The current statewide covert 19 bed count up about 27% from two weeks ago. 12 consecutive days with a new record single day high for hospitalizations here in the Bay Area Hospitals report 430 confirmed covert 19 hospitalizations and that Represents the more than 80% increase over two weeks ago. Alameda, Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma County's each breaking or Equalling their highest single day covert house, 19 hospitalization totals. Since the pandemic struck. A
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
"alameda" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"From Alameda county this is no gap or no okay I think she'll be more than ten to fifteen thank you they have protests what happened when their protest really yeah cat fish good no more no one can gather and organize all under the difference no one can have a formalized organized gallery that's higher and if you're in pain is publicized we're going to have a concert will have a gathering of people and this program is we we do sell tickets or is the church organized the public health department the what about the protests that you left of that left at all thank you very thanks very much for going around around I'm sorry but thank you no I have resentment here that a lot of this stuff is political I've said many times when I've said it before that its unique you have doctor savage someone with expertise in the field or not too many people do you suck doctor found she today or yesterday say the NFL should not hold this season whoa here we go all right the Philadelphia Phillies now have eight people I think it's three staffers five players at their spring training complex who have tested positive for the coronavirus is this going to push back you know that the lockdown started when the NBA had a player on the Utah Jazz the NBA walked down that night test positive for corona virus and then they started tracing and all that and I think that helped to propel a lot of the shut down in the lockdown boat this is a good one if you never call before I'd love to have you get in though because you may experience this I think a business has a right to do what they want you have a choice to go or not to go but I am not going to go to a place where they don't have people with me because I can make a determination on my seat but I think public health can say you can't go into a movie theater if you choose not to wear the mask so A. M. C. backing down now you will not go in all right that's a business they made a decision but you see how these corporations don't they think of these things in advance another words are putting it out there that would be political we're not going to make a decision two hours an hour and a half later everybody's got to wear a mask let me set the over and under room we see president trump tomorrow I would say based upon the trump audience and I've been to one of his rallies up close and personal I would safely say it's going to be under fifty percent that are wearing a mask inside that arena I'm gonna go with under forty percent and what kind of message is that sending is that bravado yeah they have a right not to do it under the laws of Tulsa but into our gathering that many people cheering everything that we know the smart thing is to wear a mask what are you gaining if you were going to go which to the trump rally tomorrow and not wear a mask tell me what you're gaining what signal are you sending by doing that what are you trying to do what are you trying to indicate by not wearing it all right to get in here on the Michael savage as savage nation down here down a pinch hitting join those savage.
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
Explosion at Museum District bar in Houston, may have been caused by arson fire
"Story Houston fire department arson investigators say a fire was intentionally set at a bar at Houston's museum district early this morning the explosion at the bar fifty fifteen on Alameda blew out windows in nearby homes and businesses just before five AM the FBI is helping in the investigation or TV partner channel two reports gas cans were found at the scene but arson investigators say they're not sure if they were the ones that were used in setting the fire the explosion is near the same area where a bronze statue of Christopher Columbus has been sick been vandalized two straight
Los Angeles PD Declares Unlawful Assembly As Downtown Protesters Clash With Police
"Foley not too long ago I spoke with mayor Eric Garcetti about the clashes between police and protesters in downtown LA he told me that a clearing and unlawful assembly and closing the downtown district boundaries are east of the one ten and south of the one oh one east Alameda sorry west of of Alameda and north of the town and I think it's very important evidence at this point should stay inside businesses should close there are people who are a danger to themselves right now and a danger to residents and businesses there and I would hope that those who can help us continue to be on the streets and organized peaceful protest and show the face of America that we won't allow somebody to be murdered in cold blood like this I don't have the message taken away from them by folks there continue to be on the street and just want to cause violence or disrupt that certainly is not the way we respect somebody like George Floyd who gave his life somebody who we need to make sure his family reaches justice and whether it's him or we celebrate until her mother in Louisville when seven people were shot not by police last night in Louisville she was very strong she said Brianna would not have wanted this she worked for peace her whole life and we need to bring peace to the streets and so we will make sure that we can protect people and property and the rights of people to peacefully protest when folks cross that line and no longer peaceful we'll have to make sure that Los Angeles is a city of angels in the city piece that is Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti and that repeating an unlawful assembly declared throughout downtown LA that's the ten to the one on one and from the one ten to
Black Lives Matter protesters march through downtown Los Angeles
"About three to four hundred black lives matter protesters have spilled on to the one on one and Alameda street in downtown LA the protesters made their way down Los Angeles street following a demonstration at the hall of justice around for this afternoon this protest aligning with protest in Minneapolis over police use of deadly force after a black man George Floyd died while in police
Protesters Shut Down 101 Freeway in Los Angeles
"Well this Pam protesters are not peaceful on the surface streets over in front of city hall found its way to the freeway and now hundreds of people have the southbound lanes of the one oh one at Alameda blocked traffic is just an absolute master working nowadays is so very very slow drive getting away from Alva Rado street out of echo park the northbound side is open but of course everyone slowing down take a look at all the protest action on the southbound side and that's backing up the drive getting away from almost fourth street service treats it in the area also jam packed as a result and they've had Alameda off limits at the window when travelling back towards the area of temples there's just stay clear of downtown Los Angeles if you possibly can we're also seeing some slow traffic in the Westminster area four oh five north bound away from golden west looking better once you make your way past spring
San Francisco Bay Area to open for manufacturing, curbside retail
"Three more bay area counties will see more businesses opening starting today KCBS reporter Tim Ryan is in one of those counties San Matteo county to explain what's changing ten was any Marin San Francisco and San Matteo county some manufacturing and curbside retail will reopen these are the last risky businesses clothing and shoe stores florists bookstores sporting goods car washes pet grooming and more you order over the phone or online and then you pick up outside or arrange delivery there's no trying on shoes slacks or dress for example Judy Sheldon owns Judy's flag city in Belmont Park though flag they sell PM thanks so sprinters I saw strippers she's been close for months is anxious to re open has a table by the front door with hand sanitizer but open to crowds the whole somebody's getting me did you see the unemployment rates today you know nobody dared to many people can I mean that's my daughter comes people can't even pay their mortgage thank god my house is paid for Judy is hoping the small business loan she received will cover her rent napa Sonoma and Solano counties of already entered stage two Alameda and Contra Costa could do so soon send a clear is the one hold out there is
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
Steak 'N Shake to close 57 locations
"San Antonio based parent company of steak N. shake's announcing the permanent closures of dozens of restaurants in the chain and the glory holding says most taken say dining rooms have been closed by mid March as state local governments shut down businesses in an effort to slow the spread of the pandemic the company now saying fifty one of the restaurants that closed in the first quarter are gone for good there are three steak N. shake locations in San Antonio no word yet on whether they are among the ones to be closed Alameda county health officials and Tesla are ending their feud the electric car maker will be able to resume production again after submitting its plan to keep workers safe to the county and the three month plan to be able to resume manufacturing on Monday the company defined health officials by opening up two days ago to make
Kara Swisher on Elon Musk: Hes not bluffing
"Gone up quite a bit and I think people would do it. I do I think of anybody I think a lot of people might not and sometimes he does block and sometimes he. Does you know sorta pontificate on twitter. But I think he has. He's he's done manufacturing facilities. Lots of places I think Texas OUGHTA welcoming you don't so I don't know why wouldn't was most Silicon Valley. Ceo's and tech CEOS talk about their relationship with their employees aloft. The relationship with employees is very very important and and the reason I mentioned that is if you're willing to effectively give up ten thousand people in California to go elsewhere also. I should also mention at least online. Their employees that appear to have leaked memos from the company suggesting that they've been bullied or threatened to either come to work or to lose unemployment insurance in the like that was happening at other big tech companies. There would be an uproar. Yes yeah I had a long history of this. And there's a lot of reporting on it and he pushed back really hard against it and and you know it's a really interesting question. He's he remember the last time this happened when they were building A. I think it was the three. That was the same thing. He was sleeping on the factory floor. They felt safety standards. Weren't in place. There was lots of leaks in just kept going and this is kind of his. He feels like he's on a mission whenever you talk to amid it feels like he's on a mission and he has to have this happen if you notice he was saying that other automakers got a break but only tesla was singled out He feels if this is critical. I know it sounds like that is not so I think he really does like a man on a mission so he is. Impatience is very clear in these tweets. I you know. Some of them are unfortunate some of the tweets and I don't know if he understands kind of the IMF the overall impact of what he might be setting off But I he's just going to go forward and it'll be able to the officials to respond Love to graduate. But it's not the these techniques are not are not the not just similar. They're not dissimilar techniques. Let me ask you a somewhat political question. It relates to trump. He now has the backing of trump in a very public way. And he's sort of on the trump side. If you will of the liberate America concepts but on the other end for many many years he would least privately and in some cases publicly. Derived trump and sell Tesla's enlarge part on the idea of of trying to end climate. Change in all of these things. So how do you? How do you square that up? He's a complex person to tell you. I don't think he's necessarily a trump supporter. That's not I've never heard that night. Gore's you know. He has been critical and he was on. That business council was he wanted to try to get as an impact on climate change. And so it's a complex situation. It doesn't mean that he's not. He's not using twitter to the same effect sort of rally his troops and he does have a lot of fans You know it's his technique of doing this. This is a you know high drama I dodge in the rents than he manages to. Somehow settle things Sometimes it turns out well. Sometimes it doesn't but this is a guy like he went up against the SEC. From what I can tell they didn't really you know they warned him and they said he can't do it again and then he did it again and so I you know. I don't know if he feels there's a lot of consequences for doing what he's doing and his aim is to build these. Tesla's An and you know he had a lot of criticism from the Alameda. County officials. What are they going to do? I mean I think the mistake is is getting into this kind of fight with him publicly. But I guess it wasn't working out privately scenes and then you have Gavin newsom in the middle of it which is really interesting. You know. Because he's been supportive of loss really important to keep manufacturing in California That eventually just like happened Amazon. You either saying we want this or we're GONNA put up with this or we're not gonNA pay for this and then you can go elsewhere
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" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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"alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"This morning Alameda county sheriff's deputies affected a couple of homeless mothers who were living in a vacant Oakland home for more on this story we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by KCBS and chronicle insider film a chair bill why this morning why did why did those sheriff's deputies move in this morning what we're up against a deadline this isn't exactly seven the sheriff's deputies like doing a victim someone but the avis get a judge's order and they have to do it within a prescribed amount of time in the deadline a hard deadline was tomorrow morning so in a situation like this you take an assessment of it you go not only is this an addiction this is a demonstration this is a possible volatile situation winter people in the house when people surrounding the house to try to keep the deputies from going in and they watched it for a couple of days and decided that five fifteen in the morning was when the fewest people were outside of the house and there was little chance of other people getting inside of the house and complicating things they showed up they showed up in force separated the demonstrators from the house took the door down and brought the women out that is what the plan was there's probably going to be some charges filed I don't think anything serious and we'll see what happens next in course everybody's taking heat over this there's a strong activist Ben tears saying this is a crisis and part of the crisis is not just that there's not enough housing but that there are places like this house on magnolia street that are vacant that are owned by investors who are going to make money by flipping their house and for a lot of people that's just wrong right and there are two about two or three other vacant houses within a block of this magnolia street address stand so your point is well taken also Wedgewood properties of the company that came and bought it and was in the process of was going about to start re having it to sell it has about fifty other properties in in Oakland that are either buying on being re had to represent also there's fifty other places right there one of the questions being asked privately is is this a one time demonstration where this group along with housing activists to this is coordinated this wasn't just to mom's moving into a house this was well thought out and you know there are a lot of logistics involved in business is making a statement the question is when people are asking is is there going to be another one is another Wedgewood property going to be moved into is some other property going we've moved into is this going to be a replay like we had with the occupy movement where this is going to become a tactic going forward to put heat on real estate to put heat on politicians to come up with solutions that that they want and clearly I mean it is you pointed out this was not just something that fell into places had some thinking behind it a very savvy media strategy all of it's sort of part and parcel of what happened here over the last few weeks and this morning that's right and you can see it even up to this morning and tell you it's not the first time the sheriff's department gonna media rodeo as well so both sides with the well known what they were doing there were some back channel negotiations to say I can we do this how do we do this going on that's why the children weren't there this morning there was a false word out last night that because the shares we're gonna go in last night and protesters showed up in calls when out they held back in that was false and so they said you know this is the obvious is going to be a bigger one once the sun rises so they've decided to go in and get it I'd like I said the question is does this become the first in a moment or is this the statement itself will sick so mature are key CBS in chronicle insider back at five fifty to.
"alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And Alameda hospital in Alameda walked off the job Friday as part of a twenty four hour strike they say for the safety of patients and staff ER nurse melodic camara says hospital management has laid off nurses three times recently without explanation Hey what's up Sir and because it was happening in the midst of flu season our patients are coming there was no concept was supply and demand we had emergency room full staff and being laid off because of reasons to this day we still don't really understand the strike comes as the nurses union and hospital management are in the midst of contract negotiations that camara says are at a standstill it's been ten months and we feel like our management started with a very condescending attitude the elevator hospital system declined to comment but released a statement saying in part quote despite the planned labor activity we believe that the bargaining table is the best place to reach a mutually beneficial agreement the striking staff members are being temporarily replaced with travel nurses at San Leandro hospital Matt Bigler KCBS Santa Rosa man and his young son are dead and police suspect that the cause is related to the use of the opioid Sentinel KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross is in Santa Rosa and tells officials tells us that officials urge everyone from community members to first responders to be cautious about this powerful drug police got the call about twenty nine year old Patrick o'neal and his thirteen month old son Liam last Saturday afternoon both had been found unresponsive in o'neal's west Santa Rosa home Liam died that day Patrick a few days later and police suspect Sentinel based on our investigation which included interviews with several people as well as some drug paraphernalia in our hearts and we look at the residence we suspect at this time that it's a drug related deaths Santa Rosa police lieutenant Dan around six as the official causes of death won't be known until toxicology reports.
"alameda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In Alameda, and contra Costa counties. Swat team swept across the East Bay yesterday in a major push to end gang violence. Authorities say three East Bay gangs came together to form, what they are calling a super gang sale to wage war on their rivals, US, marshals the FBI, and the ATF, -joyed Oakland police, and several other agencies in yesterday morning, massive roundup at least two dozen weapons were seized. Oakland police chief and Kilpatrick. Tell scape Yikes five, the sad part is at children were caught up in the violence anytime. The innocence. Is having to experience. Police coming into their homes. It's frightening. That is always troubling. Police say most of the suspects were looking for are in custody, but a number still remain at large duly released number show. There's been a rise in the homelessness across the bay area. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports or talking about San Francisco, Alameda and Santa Clara counties, all three releasing reports that showed dramatic spikes in homelessness over the last two years, there's now over ninety seven hundred people living on the streets of Santa Clara county two thousand more than in two thousand seventeen members could actually a little bit worse before they get better Honey supervisor. Dave Cortez says, that's because more people are being pushed out of their homes due to the high cost of living, people are continually being displaced, so oughta people, you know, are one on east renewal away from being out on the street, despite the fact that they have a good job. Meanwhile, San Francisco saw seventeen percent increase eight thousand people live in tents and many in vehicles, despite the city's efforts to provide new shelter beds. While spending millions of dollars to address the problem the biggest increase goes to Alameda County at forty three percent. There are three thousand more people sleeping outside than there were just two years ago. County officials say there's simply not enough funding Carrie Hodousek KCBS police are on the hunt for a suspect with a tattoo, that is not hard to miss Thirty-one-year-old Antonio Harissa food delivery worker, has two large God kept twos across his forehead police say back in March she got frustrated at the time it took to get food at Denny's. A customer stepped in place. The two got into a fight. Most of the customers teeth were knocked out and Harris fled the scene. A.
"alameda" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Got a lot of blood sweat and tears broke bones out there was some great games you know had some memories you know and it's weird to think that this could possibly be the last game I don't want that I don't I know our fans don't show with the fact that it could possibly be I think it's going to be a great atmosphere I think about all the great games all the hall of fame players all the memories the accumulated for five years in that stadium you know it's a special place to me and it always will be here we go it's time for another episode of Vegas Nation I'm your host Heidi Fangs enjoy as always with review journals raiders beat writer Michael Belkin Raider fans it's time to look at our week ahead this.
"alameda" 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.
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"alameda" Discussed on Bay Curious
"Tide. On december. Seventh nineteen forty one Japan. Like, it's infamous access partners. Scott, I then declared war afterward World War. Two comes to Alameda within months of Japan, attacking Pearl Harbor the brand new Alameda. Naval air station becomes the launching site of the first major bombing raid on Japan, United States aircraft carrier hornet part of a task force steaming into Japanese waters is now revealed the secret base from which American planes. I bombed Tokyo after the war the station continues to grow by filling in San Francisco Bay with new land. So it was totally normal. When the navy claimed about fifty acres of the bay in nineteen fifty-six to expand the base. But what happens next is not normal. When the navy ads this landfill on it crosses over the invisible line underneath the bay that marks the border between San Francisco and Alameda, once it's filled in this tiny sliver of Alameda island is now technically in San Francisco, but no one really cares that this underwater border has been breached what people do care about is who gets paid for this land, the navy's taking and that's when two new players enter the arena Eleanor Peterson and Carol hash. Mrs Heche, she was a leading member of the museum when it was founded George gun is the curator of the Alameda museum. Everybody knew that she was the granddaughter of Chipman that's William Chipman, one of the men who bought the land from Antonio Peralta to establish Alameda back in the eighteen fifties. Now was there one claim frame? It was also how Heche and Peterson claimed ownership and demanded payment from the US government for the part of the bay taken by the navy to expand the air station. She was very proud of their heritage and Cheever's the historian of the family she claimed that their property extended out into the bay she made this claim based on the original Peralta land grant, the one given by Spain in eighteen twenty which she and Peterson said extended into the quote, deep waters of San Francisco Bay. But here's the rub that original Spanish land. Grant may have. Talked about deep waters, but remember that eighteen seventy four patent it set the borders along the bay of San Francisco at the line of ordinary high tide. High tide is not the same as deep waters, and when the women took their case to court transcript show, the judge was only interested in the patent the US definition of the borders. Here's one exchange between the judge and Peterson who represented the women in court. The only question involved is whether or not your land comes within this patent. It does if it does you are entitled to judgment in favour. Absolutely it dead. If it does not you are not it. Absolutely. Does. I think it is as simple as that does. Absolutely. Every bit of it what the judge disagrees and rules against Heche and Peterson they appeal the case, but to no avail. In the end, the feds do end up paying for the land just shy of fourteen thousand dollars to California and the women they get nothing. So peaceful here and what a perfect day. We're back on present day Alameda island with our question. Asker Laurie looking across the bay at the San Francisco skyline and yet so you're in San Francisco now, that's Larry Jane's. He's with the department of veterans affairs, which now owns the sliver, and he's taken us on a tour of this restricted area. This little pond that we're looking at here in the summertime, you'll have several hundred Caspian turns that that come here after the navy closed the air station in the late nineties, it gave more than six hundred acres of it to the VA to build a new hospital and national cemetery from the VA's perspective. It really doesn't matter if it's Alameda or San Francisco county it's federal property now. What logistics does that mean like, for example, if a crime was committed, where's the jurisdiction we actually have a contract with East Bay regional park district police, and we have our own VA police as well. And we work with the Alameda. Police we need it back up from Alameda. We. We could go to them as well. But San Francisco's out of the picture. Well, I can come over if they want, but it's a little a little bit of a distance for them. Right. Neither Alameda nor San Francisco zone. The sliver and the VA has promised not to develop it because it's home to an endangered bird species called the California least Tern in order to ensure their well-being. We had to lead them a buffer zone. The VA is talking to the city of Alameda about putting in a recreational trail that would hug the coastline around the sliver. So maybe one day soon you too can walk from Alameda right into San Francisco and stand on land that was disputed all the way back to the king of Spain.
"alameda" Discussed on Bay Curious
"We start today's episode on a beautiful clear and sunny day. Could you tell us where where have we brought you today yet where on the western side of Alameda island, and we're very close to the I see the port of Oakland where in hangar one vodka area. I think it's called spirits eilly. Now, I'm standing in front of a giant sign that says warning restricted area authorized personnel only with this week's question asker. My name is Laurie Bodenheimer. I've lived in San Francisco for about twenty years, we've come to Alameda to check out a peculiar piece of land that Lori noticed my little shortcut to get to Google maps. I just type in SF map, and then Google pops up, and it outlines San Francisco in red and notice there are some bits of red in Alameda, the border of San Francisco should be simple. You've got water on three sides and a straight line across the southern edge. But not so I wondered why. Why there is a little slimmer of San Francisco on the western edge of Alameda. This is a curious the show where we answer your questions about the bay area. I'm me Allen price. Today. We traveled from nineteenth century Spanish, California to a World War Two era navy station in Alameda, all to figure out why the heck San Francisco has jumped the bay. Make is brought to you by the institute on aging providing care managers to develop an implement action oriented, individualized care plans. Learn more at I o aging dot org. We asked bay curious reporter Ryan Levy to tackle this one. It looks like a little right triangle, just a thirty some acres sliver at the very western tip of Alameda island. It's all the way across the bay from San Francisco, but somehow it still a part of S F. And honestly, I thought figuring out how that was possible would be pretty easy. You know, just call someone up at the city and get the answer. So I start calling people. I try the city administrator's office. Thank you for calling the city administrator's office. They don't know and say Email the department of real estate they've also got nothing. So I reach out to the parliament of public works. Where finally we have a breakthrough? I get a tip about a court case from nineteen sixty four. That's somehow connected to our sliver but records from that far back aren't going to be digitized. So my only option is to go. Find them for myself while you were a check in. Yes. Okay. Hi, I'm Ryan leave the national archives building in San Bruno is kind of hidden away behind the tan friend mall and a housing development. I expected it to be kind of Dungeni, but it's got lots of windows and natural light and wooden table set up for researchers feels like a library. Is this case three five two seven six. They sent me up at one of the tables with this grey file box filled with three folders, bursting. With documents was like, it's like, oversized mats and stuff and what I started going through them. All I realized that this case goes back a lot further than I thought all the way back to win California was part of Spain. It starts in eighteen twenty with a guy named Luis Maria Peralta, he served as a soldier for the Spanish government's Dennis of Annecy is the publisher of the Alameda sun newspaper, and until recently, he was the president of the Alameda museum. He says Peralta caught the attention of the Spanish government what he secured the release of a group of priests who had been kidnapped for mission, San Jose and take into the central valley. As a thank you gift. He got a land grant that stretched all the way from El cerrito down to San Leandro, basically, they gave him the entire East Bay, even though native Americans like the Aloni and bay me walk had already been living there for centuries but Spain gives parole to the land, which he then splits among his sons. Fast forward. Thirty one years California is now part of the United States and one of proto sons Antonio is looking to unload some of his land. Antonio was delighted to find out that there were actually Americans were willing to pay him. This was because squatting was a big problem in the states early days. So Peralta was thrilled. When two men William or the shipment and getting on ball made an offer on one hundred sixty acres approach does the land where they would establish the town of Alameda, but Peralta had a problem. His land was in the US now, and we'll take the government more than twenty years to recognize his claim with a patent unfortunately by then yes, the land would have belonged to him had. He not sold a lot. And also by ban on Baljit men. We're both gone. So Peralta, Chipman and Ombu had all left Alameda by the time. The government finally got around to affirming protas claim in eighteen seventy four and issuing him that patent for the land. No, no Ye that the United States of America in consideration of the premises and the language in that patent. It's really important for our purposes. And here's the part you have to remember. The patent includes the peace Peralta sold to on NBA and Chipman, and it says that its western border is along the bay of San Francisco at the line of ordinary high tide.
"alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's part of the country. That is on the front lines of the debate. Over immigration, many, California cities have taken matters into their own hands either by declaring themselves sanctuaries from immigration enforcement. If you quote unquote, broke the law by coming to this country to work with there's work aplenty. Plenty that's not something that I see that the city should be looking to arrest somebody for or by voicing their support for immigration and customs enforcement, or is this is really about rule of law in about local control this year. New state law took effect in California. Limiting how much local police can cooperate with federal immigration authorities the law Espy fifty four is called the California values act. It's also known as the sanctuary law and his drawn lawsuits from the Trump administration and several cities in California. But the legal battle kicked off in the small. Town of Los Alameda, which voted to opt out of the law in March, and is now being sued by the American Civil Liberties union, Los Alameda city manager, Troy, Edgar says, the sanctuary state law goes too far when you look at this. It's really the difference between the boundaries of separation of powers between local jurisdictions state jurisdiction in federal from our perspective. We wanted to go and take an action to say, hey, look, we have the right to do this. And that's when the ACLU came in and said, we don't think you do have the right? So now, we have an outside group. That's actually going and challenging us on that issue. How do you respond to some of the opponents of this who say that by not having a sanctuary city sanctuary state policy that immigrants are going to be less likely to work with law enforcement on major crimes reporting things at cetera because they're afraid of deportation. You know, what I don't see it that way. I think that if you talk to people within especially around loose Alameda, send the north Orange County area. You'll see a lot of the. The immigration population that may not be legal thankful for what we're doing because we feel that they feel that basically by us not abiding by these sanctuary laws. What happens is these people that are bad actors that are illegal that get put in jail, and then are not released back to the federal government come back into their communities and continue to terrorize their community. And so from their perspective, they're very thankful. I think a lot of this is it's the politics and the sound bites versus a reality. What's going on on the ground? Edgar met with President Trump earlier this year, he's been in regular contact with the White House since the move by his city has been called racist and xenophobic. I asked him about that. I don't think this has anything to do with racism. I probably the best example on the real life example, I give is my wife is from Iran. She came when the Shah was overthrown, she's a Christian in Iran. She basically had to get asylum in Paris for two years and wait in turn to get into the United States. And so that is. The way immigration should work, and I don't have anything but love for immigrants, and I actually with my wife is an example. I mean, this has nothing to do with anti anti-immigrant or a racist. More than a dozen cities in California have sided with Los Alameda in defying the state law. Mark Zito is assistant special agent in charge of ISIS homeland security investigations in the LA area or HSI. He says the sanctuary state law is having the unintended consequence of complicating investigations into serious crimes like human trafficking. I feel that this has become a political issue, and it really should be. It should be a non partisan issue. And it's a public safety issue. Each's? I is here to protect our national security and to protect our neighborhoods, and if they took a minute to actually learn what we did. I think they would be we're we're very we help immigrants more than any other agency that I'm aware of a lot of these immigrants that come across illegally are abused. I've met with I've been on several interviews with women that were raped multiple times getting up here an our agents. So the ones that help these immigrants that are coming up here. They tried to get the information from them, and we go after the bad guys that are terrorizing these people when they're coming up here. They take their life savings, and they do very bad things to them. We're talking about criminal organizations that are doing this Zito says his division of ice has become collateral damage in a political battle over the country's broken immigration system. But other cities in Orange County see it differently go a few miles down the road from Los Alameda and you'll. Find Santa Ana which declared itself sanctuary city long before the state passed its sanctuary law divide Bellavia days is a city councilman there. We believe in the dignity of all people the city of Santana has about eighty percent. Latino about fifty percent of the residents of our city were born in another country. So the issues of immigration direct impact us directly and the sanctuary city ensures that we send a message to all of our residents that they're going to be treated respectfully with dignity and at the city is here to serve them. Well, we spoke earlier with the city manager from Los Alameda who said I'm not anti immigrant. In fact, I'm married to an immigrant, and it's not about racism. Why why I'm doing this? I had to hold back. My laughter. There. It is. Frankly, a pretty shallow response. There was no need for the city of. We'll take the position that they did other than to send a political message. They're wanting them and other cities like them wanting to send a message that California's is not welcoming of of immigrants, and that's not the position that we've come far beyond that. I would hope and we believe in the dignity of every person who enters our city, and that's what it means to be a sanctuary city. And when President Trump says that you're giving safe harbor to criminals, you say what? That he is a liar and has no idea about the laws and the law of the land. He oftentimes talks about violent criminals, and I too believe that any violent criminals should be held accountable. The city of Santana believes that any violent criminals should be held accountable. They should be arrested. They should serve their time. However, if you're only crime, quote unquote is leaving your country out of desperation looking to be able to survive being able to provide for your family. That's not something that I see that the city should be looking to arrest somebody for so what do people in law enforcement think? Well, it depends on whom you ask this is the chief of police in Santa Ana David Valentine, I think some people misinterpret sanctuary for being soft on crime. We're looking the other way. That's that's not what it is. That's not certainly what we do here. That's not what my mandate is to my officers. We respond behaviors we're spawned a criminal behaviors irrespective of your status. So when representatives from Icee it makes their job more difficult. What do you say to them? So federal authorities are you know, they have the mandate to enforce federal law. We do not. And so it's like lanes of traffic, right where our local police entity. And we provide police services to the folks that live here they have their mandate to enforce federal on the and they do that. So the other pieces it has to do with community trust in others. There's a large part of the dialogue there on. What does that mean? So the demographics of our city are such that we want people to feel comfortable to call us for help. If they're not calling the police who are they calling. Right. So the idea is to reinforce the messaging that we're not interested in. The residency status. We're going to respond and assist. The folks that call for help. So that's the chief of police in Santa Ana this is Don Barnes the under sheriff of Orange County. We ran one of the largest gel systems in the nation. And we've always had a relationship with ice privatised, regardless what administration Bush Obama and now Trump when there's somebody in our custody roughly just about ten less than ten percent of our inmates in our custody for local crimes not for ice issues are here undocumented of that ten percent is only really wants about one percent of those individuals. Those are the ones they place a detain her on. So it isn't everybody in our custody. It's just that small population of inmates ice has said they want that we can no longer communicate. If we can't communicate we released them back in the community. So you think SP fifty four is making this community less safe. I know it is making the community. Last say, I a lot of the individuals who we do who are arrested are being returned to the communities in which they originally preyed upon. So we know that. Happened. We know it has since January first we've had seven hundred seventy two through September this year individuals criminals in our care who ice had placed a detain her on that we could not return to ice they released back in the community one hundred and forty of those already been rearrested for new crimes four tempted murder. Several four assault with deadly weapon. One for child molestation one for spousal rate. Numerous other crimes that are occurring that one hundred forty and those are only the ones that we know about because a return to RJ, you're working at the county level. Do you think that the rhetoric that's coming from Washington from the Trump administration on the issue of sanctuary cities is helpful to you? I think the rhetoric rhetoric coming from both Sacramento and Washington is not helpful to anybody. We are like it's like two, divorced. Parents who are getting pulled in both directions. It we need to stop. These extreme fringe, politics and focus on what we're obligated to do in law enforcement, that's providing the public's safety, regardless of what's ones immigration status is no matter where you live in this country. You probably have a view about sanctuary cities, you either side with Los Alameda or Santa Ana and Undersheriff foreign says that's part of the problem. The issue has become so political California's sanctuary state law is not on the ballot in November. But the. Author of the law. Kevin de Leon is running against fellow democrat Dianne Feinstein for Senate. She started her career in the nineties with a promise to stop illegal immigration. Her message has changed. She now opposes the Trump administration's plan to cut off federal funding to sanctuary.
"alameda" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And weather together on the eight one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time six ten is our newswatch continues in alameda county fire battalion chief has been hospitalized after being attacked by a pit bull while on the scene of a house fire in unincorporated san leandro i should knowles with the alameda county fire department says they received a call around nine thirty this morning about working house fire in the sixteen hundred block of marble avenue crews were able to quickly extinguish the fire and helped rescue will fifteen year old girl from a second story window young woman if the dog was subdued and if it was the male male dominant dog and she said yes so she can continue to ask the young woman questions and then the dog attacked him the dog that his faith that was the battalion chief who was asking the team questions about that fire he noticed she was carrying the pit bull and asked her if he if it was subdued the dog was one of twenty in the home at the time to perished in the fire knoll says alameda county sheriff's animal control unit has taken all of the animals into custody no word on what may have started that fire police investigators are looking for answers after an early morning shooting shut down a stretch of interstate eighty running through berkeley kcbs is keith makoni says three victims were hospitalized police arrived on the scene at about four thirty a m saturday morning and then shut down the freeway to look for evidence and try to piece together just what happened that task was made more difficult because police only found out about the incident when the three victims arrived at a local hospital after transporting themselves they're the shooting is believed to have occurred near the stretch of interstate running past the gilman street exit but the exact location is still being determined chp spokesman custodial lopez has police have visited the hospital to interview the victims direct local humphry on what actually occurred in happened they knew the suspect from another vehicle or fill somebody off the freeway that's what we're trying to figure that out because the motivation for the shooting is still unknown lopez says that police will not release information about the victims or their current location for their own safety lopez is asking anyone with information about the incident to call one eight hundred tell c in berkeley keith makoni kcbs six twelve.
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"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" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think i calculated there's forty square feet of mushrooms there yossi thanks so much for calling really appreciate your sharing your memories with us let's go to kevin in alameda you're on with laura mc lively i learned i i love your idea of your buck and part of i i've been going to berkeley ball for a decade and was going to monitoring market before that i grew up right next to it and so shared that that experience of wandering through the aisles and sort of figuring out what dinner will be by discovering new things like just the last time i was there i saw some sort of a chinese mint that i never had before was spicy mint and everything just sorta revolved around this new ingredient that i found go ahead that berkeley ball is this opportunity for me to engage in a kind of a a spiritual practice that only happens there for the most part because it's so crowded sometimes and people are you know they've got their cards and folks are trying to get where they're trying to go and i'm giving an opportunity again and again to to sort of look at my expectations around my what i need for for space around me and it's really fun to just let cart after car after car pass by me until there's an opening and and and just sort of be graceful the opportunity to shop there this is all his food and yeah it's pretty wonderful.
"alameda" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The case of her boyfriend josh alameda he was very very smooth he was you know you could checked almost every box with josh um he was clean he was uh had a good job of work 60s week i had a good vehicle um very polite very wellmannered um one sindian i over very quickly and just the super night get uh very very level not reactive i was very careful not to drink too much um good parents of nice home on the hillside went to serve his high school uh his mother's stay up tall hygienist in alaska's bothers a safety officer conical phillips and so you know everything seemed fine and we check in with reoffending said how things go in with you in josh and uh in a were were very very communicative with three and later we realized that there were some very subtle signs that of course knowing what we know now we can say how did we not see those fit there was there really wasn't anything to see there was we never witness uh brie with any black eyes any injuries and she never told us about any injuries and you can only imagine debt you know the person that she lowered within in she in josh fell in love very quickly and she started spending time with josh and we thought of course that she was spending time with us because they were love and they wanted to be together all the time and that's what she wasn't spending i'm with your friends and and you know we kinda go down the road of this was a textbook case of controlling jealous obsessive abusive behaviour that continued to escalate to the point uh eventually that he killed her and i posted a video yesterday which you lighted commented on in thank me and i appreciate that on the time anderson so facebook page and it was from a news are called drum advertising newsletter and they were talking about recognition of of team violence of violence of domestic violence and the video was three minutes in the use of folks can look at it basically had shows the girls swoon by the guy and then it shows the evolution of him being kind and then less kind and.