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05:41 min | 4 months ago

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"Is calling for voluntary conservation tomorrow through Monday. Between the hours of three and 9 p.m.. The warning follows last month heatwave which strain the grid to the point where utilities were ordered to implement rolling blackouts for the first time since 2000 won And you may not be able to head to the beach either, depending on where you live. That's because authorities in some parts of the state are trying to keep people from gathering at the shore for Labor Day activities to prevent a new covert 19 outbreak. San Francisco beaches will be open, but those in Pacifica in Santa Cruz will be closed so well beaches in Monterey County, including Big Sur, Carmel and Pacific Grove. In Santa Barbara. People are allowed in the water and can run or walk along the beach. But no sun bathing beaches in Los Angeles County will be open, but health authorities say that could change if it gets too crowded. For the California report. I'm Angela Corral and Fire officials say the hot weather could help spread current fires. They're fighting or start new ones, but they remain confident in their containment efforts. Edwin Zuniga is a Cal fire information officer for the Seas EU lightning complex fire in San Mateo in Santa Cruz County south of San Francisco. We're expecting Tio see a little bit of intrigue fire activity, but we believe that our fire line is going to be with a contained the fire. There's anything that does kind of pop up. Fire officials say they're making sure firefighters stay well hydrated and providing breaks to combat fatigue has crews near their third week battling the blazes. And for the rest of the show, a conversation from time to time on the California report. We've been talking to people who live and work along Atlantic Avenue in Los Angeles County to see how they're dealing with a Corona virus pandemic. This morning, we get a wider view from Rex Richardson. Richardson is a Long Beach City councilman who represents a stretch of Atlantic Boulevard where we met him. He believes the pandemic has struck people along Atlantic and very different and surprising ways. Atlantic Avenue eyes one of those boulevards that You know, is sort of a main street for many communities where you see government you see schools. You see communities you see business all taking place on this corridor. How do you think people have been Thickly resident small merchants on Atlantic your stretch of Atlantic and others. How do you think they've been weathering this pandemic? We've seen a few things in areas that have been have thrived traditionally with a lot of restaurants aren't doing so well. Given that the challenge and the devastating impact restaurants, But when you look at areas that, you know, maybe haven't had so many restaurants, and they have staples like markets and pharmacies. Actually showing that they're doing very, very well in hard times. It's interesting. You're saying kind of the places that were Stretches of Atlantic ever been more neglected our weathering it better than places that got more attention. Well, how do you account for them? Well, it comes down to the type of what businesses are small. This is opening in our communities. They're opening places where you can get rice and beans and growth, groceries and vegetables and toilet paper staples. Those are things that are thriving right now. The restaurants, the things that that folks you know, typically want. They want to walk to their local bar bars or clothes. They wanna walk to a local brewery. There are no breweries here. These are areas where people typically go to work, and they come home. Andan those areas. People are resilient. And they're doing what they need to do to survive. So they're supporting the local, their local businesses You're talking about bodegas. Right. Your local bodegas your local corner store your markets all of their receipts, showing that they're thriving. When you look at restaurants, the restaurants that have been ableto be nimble, not have Ah, big footprint but be ableto leverage delivery platforms, outdoor patios, things like that have figured out how to turn the corner. There's still a lot more to learn, but I think that helps us understand. Oh, and take a look at Atlantic Avenue. As we chart with the recovery looks like in the future. How do we build more resilient economy as we move into the future? So what worries you looking ahead? Well, I'll tell you You know the pandemic. Its is really lay bare a lot of disparities as it relates to along health lines, Economic lines, lines of race. On DIT really calls into question our new definition within cities our definition of resiliency. It's not about preparing for an earthquake. It's not just about climate change. Now. It's about making sure that your cities have Public health capacity. It means making sure that you have a resilient economy and investing in things that people need. It means that you are thinking about race and have a racial equity Linds as you address planning, economic development all of these things because when a pandemic hits it could be devastating on communities. And it's important that cities become more resilient by embracing racial agony in public health, but This is an inflection point for us to begin to rebuild an economy that is resilient and inclusive, not only along Atlantic but a bunch of other places. Right Atlantic Avenue could be a starting point. We can look, there's an Atlantic Avenue or a main street in every community. I would say, Start there so we can begin to build reshaping economy That's that's inclusive and more resilient. Onda works better for everyone. That's Long Beach City Councilman Rex Richardson talking about L. A county's Atlantic Avenue. 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"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

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05:21 min | 4 months ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is calling for voluntary conservation tomorrow through Monday. Between the hours of three and 9 p.m.. The warning follows last month heatwave which strain the grid to the point where utilities were ordered to implement rolling blackouts for the first time since 2000 won And you may not be able to head to the beach either, depending on where you live. That's because authorities in some parts of the state are trying to keep people from gathering at the shore for Labor Day activities to prevent a new covert 19 outbreak. San Francisco beaches will be open, but those in Pacifica in Santa Cruz will be closed so well beaches in Monterey County, including Big Sur, Carmel and Pacific Grove. In Santa Barbara. People are allowed in the water and can run or walk along the beach. But no sun bathing beaches in Los Angeles County will be open, but health authorities say that could change if it gets too crowded. For the California report. I'm Angela Corral and Fire officials say the hot weather could help spread current fires. They're fighting or start new ones, but they remain confident in their containment efforts. Edwin Zuniga is a Cal fire information officer for the Seas EU lightning complex fire in San Mateo in Santa Cruz County south of San Francisco. We're expecting Tio see a little bit of intrigue fire activity, but we believe that our fire line is going to be with a contained the fire. There's anything that does kind of pop up. Fire officials say they're making sure firefighters stay well hydrated and providing breaks to combat fatigue has crews near their third week battling the blazes. And for the rest of the show, a conversation from time to time on the California report. We've been talking to people who live and work along Atlantic Avenue in Los Angeles County to see how they're dealing with a Corona virus pandemic. This morning. We get a wider view from Rex Richardson. Richardson is a Long Beach City councilman who represents a stretch of Atlantic Boulevard where we met him. He believes the pandemic has struck people along Atlantic and very different and surprising ways. Atlantic Avenue eyes. One of those boulevards that you know is sort of a main street for many communities where you see government you see schools. You see communities you see business. All taking place on this corridor. How do you think people have been particularly resident small merchants on Atlantic your stretch of Atlantic and others? How do you think they've been weathering this pandemic? We've seen a few things in areas that have been have thrived traditionally with a lot of restaurants aren't doing so well. Given the challenge and the devastating impact on restaurants. But when you look at areas that maybe haven't had so many restaurants, and they have staples like markets and pharmacies Actually showing that they're doing very, very well in hard times. It's interesting. You're saying kind of the places that were the stretches of Atlantic covered him or neglected our weathering it better than places that got more attention. Well, how do you account for them? Well, it comes down to the type of What businesses are small. This is opening in our communities. They're opening places where you can get rice and beans and growth, groceries and vegetables and toilet paper staples. Those are things that are thriving right now. The restaurants, the things that that folks you know, typically want. They want to walk to their local bar bar's closed. They wanna walk to a local brewery. There are no breweries here. These are areas where people typically go to work, and they come home. And in those areas, people are resilient and they're doing what they need to do to survive. So they're supporting the local, their local businesses You're talking about bodegas. Right. Your local bodegas your local corner store your markets all of their receipts, showing that they're thriving. When you look at restaurants, the restaurants that have been ableto be nimble, not have Ah, big footprint, but be ableto leverage delivery platforms, outdoor patios, Things like that have figured out how to turn the corner. There's still a lot more to learn. I think that helps us understand on take a look at Atlantic Avenue. As we chart with the recovery looks like in the future. How do we build a more resilient economy as we move into the future? So what worries you looking ahead? Well, I'll tell you, you know the pandemic, it is really lay bare a lot of disparities as it relates to along health lines, economic lines. Lines of race on Git really calls into question our new definition within cities our definition of resiliency. It's not about preparing for an earthquake. It's not just about climate change. Now. It's about making sure that your cities have public health capacity. It means making sure that you have a resilient economy and investing in things that people need. It means that you are thinking about race and have a racial equity. Linds as you address planning, economic development all of these things Because when a panda meat hits it could be devastating on communities. And it's important that cities become more resilient by embracing racial agony in public health. But there's an inflection point for us to begin to rebuild an economy that is resilient and inclusive. Not only along Atlantic but a bunch of other places, right Atlantic Avenue could be a starting point. We could look, there's an Atlantic Avenue or a main street in every community. I would say start there so we can begin the bill. Reshaping economy That's that's inclusive and more resilient. Onda works better for everyone. That's Long Beach City Councilman Rex Richardson talking about L. A county's Atlantic Avenue..

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02:49 min | 7 months ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KCRW

"Center that he was alive in a ditch. And there were two Taliban behind him to kill him. And I shot this. The Taliban and I save Matt centers life when she'd worry reached the U. S. In 2013 a go fund me campaign raised $35,000. He used the money to set up No one left behind a group that helps resettle former interpreters here. Nearly 19,000 applicants are awaiting visas, which has slowed to a trickle. Greg My NPR NEWS, Fairfax, Virginia At the close on Wall Street, the Dow was up 580 points. The NASDAQ Up 1 16 This is NPR News in Washington. Man. This is Casey AR W News on Larry Perella, Monday, June 29th. Here's what's happening. At 404 The number of Corona virus cases at San Quentin State Prison north of San Francisco continues to rise. Nearly 1000 people incarcerated there. Have tested positive for covert 19. Cupid's Angela Corral reports. One state lawmaker is calling it a major catastrophe. The numbers at San Quentin started increasing at the beginning of the month after a group of around 120 inmates from a prison in Chino were transferred in Adnan con with advocacy group restore justice warned. The problem is not with just one state lockup. We're gonna send Quint outbreak of Marin County outbreak but just like we can't limit it to San Quentin. We can't limited to Marin. Um, there are people in the Bay area that would be affected is 35 prison scattered across California 110 jail facility scattered across California. Marin County Assemblyman Mark Levin says the San Quentin outbreak has created the worst prison health catastrophe in state history. And he predicts the worst is yet to come. Math. Cody's Angela Corral reporting state lawmakers, by the way, say they plan to conduct a hearing on California's handling of Corona virus in its prison system. On Wednesday, some Democrats in Orange County say they want John Wayne's name and likeness removed from the Orange County airport. They're citing racist statements Wayne made in 1971 interview. With Playboy magazine campaign trended on Twitter yesterday after the Democratic Party of OSI launched a petition a CNN host, read one of the quotes by wail even white supremacy until the Blacks are educated to a point of responsibility. In the same 1971 interview, Wayne made harsh, derogatory remarks about native Americans and movies with gay characters. Now the movie star's son, Ethan. Wayne says his father's legacy is being attacked, unfairly, noting he was awarded the presidential Medal of Freedom. Any discussion of removing his name from the airport should include the full picture of the life of John Wayne and not be based on a single outlier interview from half a century ago. 10 See Democrats State Senator Tom Umberg has suggested the airport be renamed for one of several other local luminaries and Medal of Honor recipients..

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To sign off on a deal that would allow thousands of American forces to withdraw in exchange for the insurgents not allowing of comes down to be a base for global terror groups and highlighted the fears of many Afghans that the country will collapse into even more violence once foreign forces leave them into supporting trade national. security forces which have the Taliban straight talk do you have days NPR news how wrong on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average is up more than one and a half percent so is the nasdaq this is NPR from KQED news I'm Brian what one of the victims killed in the diving boat fire off the southern California coast is being remembered as a popular bay area teacher who wanted to make a difference KQ Edie's Angela corral has more Steve Chen was on board with his daughter he was a teacher at American high in Fremont who came to the profession later in life he taught physics and eighty physics and came in from a working in industry and decided that you wanted to really influence students lies and joined us just the last couple of years to be part of the faculty over at American and was very well liked and a wonderful teacher that's Fremont unified superintendent Kim Wallace who says counselors are on hand for students and teachers who need help processing the tragedy. there are reports that a photographer from mill valley is among the dad and apple confirmed that two of its employees were lost in the fire I'm Ancel chorale KQED news Oakland unified school district officials say they are investigating problems associated with the use of a high school course credit recovery program the online program known as eight packs is used to help high school students pass required course work that they've had trouble with in the classroom the district says they received several complaints that staff at in east Oakland high school somehow use the system to manipulate grades but in a statement and UST spokesman says the district's investigation has found no evidence to support the allegations however district officials plan to hold a news conference this afternoon to see speak about what the probe has turned up I'm Brian.

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02:52 min | 1 year ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Said we did this together Alinsky pulled his supporters. He said his first priority is returning. Ukrainian service personnel held prisoner in Russia that he would reboot the peace process with the Kremlin. The forty one year old has never held office except in a hit TV series replace a teacher who accidentally becomes Ukraine's. President Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. In the wake of the release of the redacted Muller report, congressman Adam Schiff, head of the house intelligence committee says Democrats may take up impeachment of President Trump. But he tells ABC's this week that decision will be made on the best interest of the country. We're going to have a caucus about this over the next couple of weeks to try to figure out what the best course is not for the party. But what's the best course for the country? I think is certainly the case that impeachment would be unsuccessful. If the Republican party continues to place a party above country continues it essentially toback the president, no matter how unethical dishonest conduct may be but one of President Trump's personal attorneys Rudy Giuliani says the president did nothing legal president United States was an innocent man being charged with something he didn't do you have to grant that now when they say no proof of underlying crime. You got a grant that as a legal and factual matter Giuliani. Speaking there on Fox News Sunday. You're listening to NPR news. News from Washington from cake. Three D news in San Francisco. I'm Ryan Levy gas prices have gone up again with the bay area seen the highest average prices in the country. Keith rudy's. Angela corral reports the price of gasoline in the US surged in average of thirteen cents a gallon over the past two weeks rising to two dollars and ninety one cents. Of course, it's much higher here in the bay area where it costs an average of four dollars four cents a gallon fill up your tank industry. Analysts say one reason for the spike is an increase in crude oil costs. There's also been a dip in production out of benishi, Valero refinery, which has been partially shut down since last month over a series of petroleum coke deaths. Releases the Benicia refinery, plus two others in southern California are expected to reopen in the weeks to come so prices should start to ease. I'm Angela corral. K Q E news and investigation is underway. After south San Francisco police shot at three burglary suspects early this morning. South city. Police say three men were trying to break into a storage area of a parking garage around one AM when officers arrived officials say the suspects hopped in their pickup and ran to the police car at least one officer fired shots at the driver who led police chase into Brisbane before being arrested all three suspects were caught and taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. But police have not said if any of the were hit by gunfire one officer was also taken to the hospital with minor injuries and released..

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"If European airlines is grounded all of its new Boeing jets as have Indonesia and China who are also among the biggest users of the seven thirty seven max say this. Week stance to be a turning point of the tortured saga that is Brexit NPR's. Frank Langfitt has more Prime Minister Theresa May's unpopular. Brexit deal is scheduled for a crucial vote Tuesday. If it fails is expected lawmakers will then vote on whether to leave the without a deal on March twenty ninth. Many members of parliament fear, this will cause disruption at ports and harm UK businesses. If legislators reject no deal, they will then vote on whether to postpone Brexit, which would also take agreement from the the Dow is up eighty five points. This is NPR from weedy news, I'm Brian watt. State officials are scheduled to meet with contractors this week to reassess the cleanup in the town of paradise. That was destroyed by last year's campfire last week crews were ordered to stop clearing, debris because of wet weather and over saturated soils cake reporter Angela corral explains two hundred thirteen properties have been fully cleared since December when Chris began the debris removal in Butte county. Now, the rain is. Slowing down the complicated. Project says Cal recycle spokesman, Lance, krueg. All the wet weather is good news for California. But it does create some challenges when it comes to cleaning up from the campfire right now, the lots are oversaturated muddy the create a safety risk for workers. Not to mention all the trucks and heavy equipment around there. Craig says they plan for wet weather slowdowns in cruise to be able to pick up the pace through summer and fall. When the weather is nicer the fire in November level, the town of paradise and in total killed eighty five people and destroyed nearly nineteen thousand buildings I'm Angela corral. E news starting today. Cow train riders with bicycles will be allowed to board. I onto designated bike cars the new program is aimed at reducing delays and making boarding smoother. According to the rail service a pilot program in two thousand eighteen showed that letting bikes on right after other passengers got off shaved more than a minute from boarding times. Cal train ambbassador will be on..

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

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"It's six thirty. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. It's now official. The Trump administration is withdrawing the US from a nineteen eighty-seven arms control treaty. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo made the announcement this morning saying Russia continues violating terms of the agreement. We provided Russia and ample window of time to mend its ways and for Russia to honor its commitment. Tomorrow that time runs out Pompeo says tomorrow was when the US will suspend its obligations to the treaty it ban certain ground launched cruise missiles, and is credited with eliminating an entire class of nuclear weapons. Russia denies violating that treaty job growth in the US in January was much stronger than a communists had been forecasting. The Labor Department says employers added three hundred four thousand jobs during the month. That's the most in nearly a year. That's despite a partial government shutdown that lasted a record five weeks. The government shutdown really didn't have much effect on the payroll numbers as well as the wage data hours worked, but it did seem to have an impact on the unemployment rate. That's chief economist Scott Brown at Raymond James and associates the nation's jobless rate ticked higher from three point nine percent to four percent earlier this week the Federal Reserve decided not to raise a key short-term interest rate fed chairman Jerome Powell suggested a future rate hike could be months away. Depending on inflation. This is NPR news from Washington from K Q E D news in San Francisco. I'm Brian watt. Super bowl. Fifty three features to local stars. You'll hear their names a lot from the announcers on Sunday. Angela corral reports the bay area has to homegrown starters. At what is arguably the most premier position in sports quarterback? Twenty-four-year-old Rams QB. Jared Goff was the Marin Catholic standout and went to Cal. He broke nearly all of the passing records at each school and was selected. I in the two thousand sixteen NFL draft his counter, maybe the greatest of all time New England's Tom Brady from San Mateo Brady is on several if you for Sarah, high schools record lists, but top very few of them. He had a modest college career at Michigan and was drafted into the NFL in the sixth round. He turned that into three league MVP's for Super Bowl MVP's and led his team to five Super Bowl wins. I'm angela. Corral cake news, a technical glitch in the Walgreens, computer system is preventing the drug chain from selling or reopen clipper transit cards, which are used in twenty transit systems in the.

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02:43 min | 2 years ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eighteen month old daughter gradual. The little girl starts to wail as the woman carrying her from the plane, hands her to her mother, or these also burst into tears. She hasn't seen Grechko since they got split up on their journey through Mexico. Or this has a message for the Trump administration. Stop hurting families. She says that Delina Palacios and activists with ESI Justice Group came to support mother and daughter makes the motion do happy that they're together. But this shouldn't have happened. The government placed with a foster family in Texas for a month after she and her father were arrested by border patrol near collects on December twenty eighth and he was charged with illegal re entry into the US court records say they were separated because I won't allow criminal aliens at family detention centers for the California report and fighting that Romeo and the Trump administration has now started sending people seeking asylum in the US back to Mexico. The first one hundred men was sent it to Tijuana yesterday on a day that homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen toward the Sandro port of entry. Meanwhile, federal lawmakers from California are demanding answers from the Pentagon on borders. Security. Angela corral reports democratic congresswoman Susan Davis says the number of illegal crossings is down and sending US troops to deal with a crisis that would be better handled by judges is a mistake. At a House Armed Services committee hearing on Tuesday Davis who represents San Diego said resources would be better spent on those seeking asylum here. So if we had more judges and more processing capability, perhaps that's really what's needed not necessarily declaring a national -mergency bay area. Representative Jackie speier. Meanwhile, wanted to know when troops who were deployed by the president in October will be sent home for the southern border. I'm concerned that the readiness that we should be working on with our service. Members is not being done many of these service members. Now have lost time with their families at thanksgiving at Christmas at New Year's are still there. They don't have an end of the mission date that they can rely on in testimony director of operations for the joint staff. Vice Admiral Michael Gilda said the number of active duty troops has been cut almost in half from its high of fifty nine hundred in November. A number which will likely change as need evolves. For the California report. I'm Angela corral. Support for the California report comes from collective.

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

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"The little girl starts to wail as the woman carrying her from the plane, hands her to her mother or also burst into tears. She hasn't seen Grechko since they got split up on their journey through Mexico. Or this has a message for the Trump administration. Stop hurting families. She says that Delina Palacios and activists with ESI Justice Group came to support mother and daughter mixed emotions, you know, happy that they're together. But this shouldn't have happened. The government placed gradual with a foster family in Texas for a month after she and her father were arrested by border patrol near collects on December twenty eighth and he was charged with illegal re entry into the US court records say they were separated because ice won't allow criminal aliens at family detention centers for the California report and fatty that Romeo and the Trump administration has now started sending people seeking asylum in the US back to Mexico. The first one hundred men was sent to Tijuana yesterday on a day that homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen toward the San Pedro port of entry. Meanwhile, federal lawmakers from California are demanding answers from the Pentagon on border. Security. Angela corral reports democratic congresswoman Susan Davis says the number of illegal crossings is down and sending US troops to deal with a crisis that would be better handled by judges is a steak at a House Armed Services committee hearing on Tuesday Davis who represents San Diego said resources would be better spent on those seeking asylum here. So if we had more judges and more processing capability, perhaps that's really what's needed not necessarily declaring a national emergency bay area. Representative Jackie speier. Meanwhile, wanted to know when troops who were deployed by the president in October will be sent home from the southern border. I'm concerned that the readiness that we should be working on with our service. Members is not being done many of these service members. Now have lost time with their families at thanksgiving at Christmas at New Year's are still there. They don't have an end of the mission date that. They can rely on in testimony director of operations for the joint staff. Vice Admiral Michael Gill said the number of active duty troops has been cut almost in half from its high of fifty nine hundred November a number which will likely change as need evolves. For the California report, I'm Angela corral. Support for the California report comes from collective health.

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Eighteen month old daughter gradual. The little girl starts to wail as the woman carrying her from the plane, hands her to her mother, or these also burst into tears. She hasn't seen Grechko since they got split up on their journey through Mexico or has a message for the Trump administration. Stop hurting families. She says that the Lena Palacios and activists with ESI Justice Group came to support mother and daughter makes the motion do not happy that they're together. But this shouldn't have happened. The government placed with a foster family in Texas for a month after she and her father were arrested by border patrol near collects on December twenty eighth and he was charged with illegal re entry into the US court records say they were separated because ice won't allow criminal aliens at family detention centers for the California report and fighting that bilateral meadow. And the Trump administration has now started sending people seeking asylum in the US back to Mexico. The first one hundred man was sent to Tijuana yesterday on a day that homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen toward the San Ysidro port of entry. Meanwhile, federal lawmakers from California are demanding answers from the Pentagon on border. Security. Angela corral reports democratic congresswoman Susan Davis says the number of illegal crossings is down and sending US troops to deal with a crisis that would be better handled by judges is a mistake at a House Armed Services committee hearing on Tuesday Davis who represents San Diego said resources would be better spent on those seeking asylum here. So if we had more judges and more processing capability, perhaps that's really what's needed not necessarily declaring a national emergency bay area. Representative Jackie speier. Meanwhile, wanted to know when troops who were deployed by the president in October will be sent home for the southern border. I'm concerned that the readiness that we should be working on with our service. Members is not being done many of these service members. Now have lost time with their families at thanksgiving at Christmas at New Year's are still there. They don't have an end of the mission date that. They can rely on in testimony director of operations for the joint staff. Vice Admiral Michael day said the number of active duty troops has been cut almost in half from its high of fifty nine hundred eighty November a number which will likely change as need evolves. For the California report, I'm Angela corral. Support for the California report comes from collective health.

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03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Dave Freeman on good morning at seven thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The department of homeland security says an autopsy will be done to learn what killed a seven year old girl who was taken into custody by US customs and border protection in New Mexico after crossing into the US illegally. The DHS says the girl was in custody for about eight hours before being flown to a hospital in Texas after suffering seizures, the Washington Post reports the girl was from Guatemala and had been traveling with a group of more than one hundred sixty people. Here's Texas democratic congressman Joaquin Castro. There does have to be a thorough investigation. As to what happened. I think it's true that one hundred sixty three people for a small border patrol station is a lot of people to deal with. But you would also think that you can identify somebody who was on the verge of death Castro was speaking to NPR's morning edition. Iran is endorsing a ceasefire agreement in Yemen around the port city of data. Here's NPR's Ruth Sherlock. Speaking on state television, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman baharan Kasame welcomed the ceasefire agreement that's been brokered by the United Nations. It calls for an end to the fighting and all of his Asia province. And a withdrawal of troops around this vital red seaport Qassemi said Iran supports bringing an end to the bloodshed in Yemen and hopes this accord will pave the way for another round of dialogue. And ultimately an end to the war with Sherlock NPR news. This is NPR news from Washington from K Q E D news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. San Francisco appeals court says the Trump administration cannot allow employers to limit free birth control for women cake. Angela corral reports the ninth circuit court of appeals upheld a preliminary injunction put in place after California and four other states sued the administration at issue is a policy which allowed more categories of employers to opt out of providing free contraception to women by claiming religious objections. A federal judge issued an injunction on the rule last year and the ninth circuit upheld it but said it should apply only to the states that sued. The ruling may be short lived though, because the administration has adopted new rules on contraceptive coverage that are set to take effect next month and will likely prompt new legal challenges. I'm Angela corral cake news now get this a new app detailing access points to. California's coastal areas was actually built by tech billionaire as punishment for an elaborate wedding that violated state laws. Paul Rogers, managing editor of science and environment writer for the Mercury News explains this app, which is called your coast has kind of an unusual beginning it was basically put together by Sean Parker, the tech billionaire who folks might remember founded Napster, and then was the first president of Facebook. Well, he got in trouble with the California coastal commission after his wedding in two thousand thirteen in Big Sur had his Lord of the rings style wedding. And he did some things in a Redwood forest without permits and has to settle that case the coastal commission had him pay a penalty and also build this app. So now the public can get to the beach more easily because of his wedding cake Hewitt, Paul Rogers, and I'm Brian watt. Support today comes from total wine and more with more than eight thousand wines from around the world for toasting the new year. We have science today on of course. It's science Friday my.

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"Wet day today with breezy conditions and the possibility of thunderstorms this morning now a news update from NPR. That's six thirty live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Nora raum. In about an hour. President Trump is scheduled to leave for blindness eras to attend the g twenty summit. The Kremlin says the White House has confirmed. The Trump will meet with Russian President Putin. NPR's? Lucian Kim has more after President Trump put the meeting in doubt because of Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian naval vessels in their crews. President Putin's spokesman now says it's definitely on it will take place early Saturday afternoon beginning with one on one session between the two presidents followed by a meeting with advisors. The Kremlin says bilateral issues will top the agenda, including arms control and regional conflicts NPR's. Lucian Kim Also Saturday President Trump is to meet with the president of China. Testimony could begin today in Charlottesville Virginia in the murder trial of James, Alex fields junior. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports. He's accused of ramming his car into counter protesters at a white supremacist rally last year, the court is expected to seat a jury of twelve plus four alternates this morning, then lawyers for both sides will offer opening arguments. Prosecutors say they'll present graphic video evidence that fields deliberately crashed his car into anti-racist demonstrators killing Heather higher and wounding others. A defense lawyer says he will show that fields thought he was acting in south defense. NPR's Debbie, Elliot reporting. You're listening to NPR news from Washington and from KFI news, I'm Brian watt. Officials at San Francisco's main public hospital are defending its name amid calls for change. Angela corral explains it was more than three years ago that Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donated seventy five million dollars to San Francisco General hospital, which was renamed in their honor. Since then the social.

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KQED Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It has yet to put any of the displaced victims from the campfire into temporary FEMA trailers impairs Kirk siegler reports FEMA estimates about two thousand people are needed them. Right now FEMA says it's hoping to begin placing fire victims in temporary travel trailers as early as this week housing task force leader. Tony rain says sites are still being identified. It is our goal Mark to move people away from the paradise because we know that is going to restrict their capability to recover. The challenge is a lot of the area around paradise is still unsafe and is an active wildfires zone. More than thirty thousand people are estimated to be directly affected by the campfire. It's not yet clear how many of those have found temporary housing, either through rental assistance or friends or family. Some two thousand people are waiting for trailers, Kirk siegler, NPR news, President Trump has moved steadily to dismantle predecessor Barack Obama's efforts to move to address climate change even as warnings have been mounting that will have devastating. Effects on the US and the rest of the planet. Trump is dismissing a report from his own administration. The climate change will cost you hundreds of billions of dollars a year. President was also in favor of the US moved withdraw from the Paris global climate accord last year. Former government officials who oversaw the one and a half trillion dollars. Student loan market says he is forming a private organization to monitor the industry south Robin was the ombudsmen if the consumer financial protection bureau until resigning in August, the time he stepped down from inside what he said was open hostility from the White House for protecting student loan borrowers province has his organization will be called the student. Borrow protection? Center says it will focus on nationwide student loan issues. Reserve chair Jerome Powell is signaling the central Bank may slow the pace of interest rate hikes NPR strategy explains. Powell's comments today. Ignited a rally on Wall Street speaking at the economic club of New York Powell said interest rates are still low by historical standards. And they remain just below the range of estimates of that level. That would be neutral for the economy that is neither speeding up nor slowing down growth. Stock. Investors are taking that to mean the number of rate hikes coming in two thousand nineteen maybe fewer than previously expected. Analysts say. Wow. Was trying to give the fed more flexibility to slow the pace of rate increases if trade tensions slow the economy policy said there's a great deal to like about the US outlook and many economists continue to forecast solid growth. John ydstie. NPR news Washington Powell's remarks, how push all three of the major US stock market indices up more than two percent today. The market's biggest jumping eight months looking at the numbers. The Dow gained six hundred seventeen points to close at twenty five thousand three sixty six the NASDAQ rose two hundred eight points, the SNP was up sixty one points. This is NPR news. I'm Tara Siler. San Francisco officials are looking into what it would take to remove Mark zuckerberg's name from the city's main public hospital. Kate UD's. Angela corral explains supervisor Aaron Peskine made an impassioned speech at the board of supervisors this week during which he railed against the Facebook founder over allegations, the company mishandled user data. I really want this city. Reassess the value of giving up these naming rights and the message this sends relative to our role as stewards of the public trust. Now, the city attorney's office is taking a new look at the city's naming rules and how to remove soccer Burg's name from San Francisco General in a statement hospital. CEO Susan Erlich says the seventy five million dollar donation made by Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan has allowed improvements in patient care in that they are grateful for the generosity. I'm Angela corral news the Oakland A's have announced their choice for a new stadium location. The waterfront site known as Howard terminal on land currently owned by the port of Oakland, just north of Jack London square. But the team also wants to redevelop the current Coliseum area to include a youth sports and community gathering area as president Dave Cavill this project is bigger than baseball. It's not just a ballpark. It's something that I could have a lasting impact in a positive way on our community here in Oakland to ensure the as are here for. Another fifty one hundred years are really basically forever. Team officials say the projects will be privately funded, but haven't disclosed costs the as expect to start the formal environmental review process this week and celebrate opening day at the new stadium in twenty twenty three more on the story and a half an hour. I'm Tara Siler, kqed news..

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KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Sullen face Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee are forced to watch as the GOP majority moves forward with a vote at one thirty pm eastern on break Kavanagh's confirmation of the US supreme court at this morning's hearing, some Democrats walked out there, accusing Republicans have essentially disregarding professor Christine Blasi Ford's testimony yesterday that she was sexually assaulted by Cavanaugh decades ago Arabs later cabinet delivered an impassioned denial punctuated by anger against what he called the left. This morning chairman Chuck Grassley said there was simply no evidence a Cavanaugh was guilty. Ultimately, the existing evidence, including the statement of three alleged eye. Witnesses named by Dr Ford, refutes. Dr Ford's version of the facts. To Grassley is left ranking Senator Dianne Feinstein responded with a sensor forboding over the impending vote. Our colleagues on the other side of the aisle had their minds made up before one word was uttered. The Democrats want the vote delayed. So the FBI has time to investigate sexual misconduct claims by Ford in two other women and now a day after being cited in the hearing for its glowing recommendation of judge cavenaugh the American Bar Association says the vote should be delayed in the FBI should investigate headed into as meeting. Outgoing Republican Senator Jeff flake said he would vote for cavenaugh will in tears to women. Protesters confronted him in the elevator and the implored him to reconsider. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E. D news. I'm Brian watt. Tesla shares took a hit this morning a day after the securities and Exchange Commission announced it suing CEO, Elon Musk for lying to investors about plans to take the electric car company. Private his Angela corral reports the SEC wants musk ousted from the car company. It started last month when musk sent a tweet claiming to have the funding to take tesla private at four hundred and twenty dollars a share Stanford law professor and former SEC Commissioner Joseph Grenfell's says stock prices surged after the tweet the SEC's allegation is that he told a lie. The market believes the live stock price went up people. Therefore, we're transacting at a price that didn't accurately reflect the truth, and that's a violation of the federal securities laws. Grenfell says the outcome will likely be a settlement that could include a fine and supervision over Musk's communications. In a written statement musk says he is disappointed. Pointed and saddened by the SEC's, unjustified action. And that the facts will show his integrity with never compromised. I'm Angela corral news, Google CEO soon. Dr PTI is scheduled to meet privately with members of congress. Today. Topics are expected to include consumer privacy antitrust concerns and Google's potential expansion into China, Google and its corporate parent. Alphabet may also be trying to mend some political fences after Pichai and his boss. Google co founder Larry page stood up lawmakers at a public hearing earlier this month..

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KQED Radio

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Pull assault against Kevin on. I was underneath one of them while the two left threat to friends having a really good time with one another and senators on the judiciary committee are deciding whether to move forward with his nomination, this is not a trial of doctor for a job interview. For judge Cavanaugh later, how the metoo movement has influenced the debate over the cavenaugh controversy, and we'll look at the political polarization of the supreme court. I finish. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh defended himself against an allegation of sexual assault. Before members of the Senate Judiciary committee today is NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports is accuser Christine Blasi four testified earlier in the day for several hours. It is opening statement Cavanaugh, reiterated his innocence and vowed Nacho withdrawal his name from the confirmation process. He also said that process has become a national disgrace shortly after was nominated the Democratic Senate leader said he would quote oppose me with everything he's got a democratic Senator on this committee publicly referred to me as evil evil. Think about that word and said that those who supported me were quote complicit in evil Christine Blasi Ford, testified that Cavanaugh was drunk when he sexually assaulted her at a high school party more than three. Decades ago Windsor, Johnston NPR news, Washington, GOP senators under this year a committee. You're saying vote woke occur Friday morning on bread Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court secretary of state, Mike Pompeii was chairing. A UN Security Council meeting pressuring members to keep up the pressure on North Korea. As he tries to negotiate the end to its nuclear program. And Michele Keleman reports. Pompeii was accusing some members of violating sanctions secretary Pompeo is planning another trip to North Korea next month and says the US is quote well into a diplomatic process aimed at talking North Korea out of its nuclear weapons, we're the Donovan new day in the world's relationship with North Korea. We do not yet know what the day will bring. But we are hopeful that the current breakthrough in diplomacy will yield a brighter future for North Korea and a safer world for all of us. He says he had a positive meeting with North Korea's foreign minister on the sidelines of the UN general assembly. The secretary says international pressure has helped in this process, but Warren countries to better enforce sanctions. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the United Nations. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today accused Iran of keeping what he called a secret atomic warehouse just outside the capitol. The Israeli leader appearing at the United Nations holding up a poster board map, which he says showed an area where Ronnie and officials despite the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal continue to hold weapons then you want Netanyahu went on to warn is we will do everything in its power to counter Israel's nuclear ambitions rest assured. That won't happen. It won't happen because what Iran hides Israel will find running state media. Meanwhile, called Netanyahu's allegation of a secret warehouse, quote ridiculous, or is her durable goods, costly designed the last three years or more rose at a healthy clip last month. The Commerce Department says durable goods orders were up four and a half percent on Wall Street stocks closed higher. The Dow rose fifty four points. You're listening to NPR from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. The securities and Exchange Commission is suing tesla, founder and CEO. Elon Musk of lying to investors about plans to take the electric car company. Private equity reporter Angela corral explains SEC wants him ousted from his company. It started last month when musk sent a tweet claiming to have the funding to take tesla private at four hundred and twenty dollars a share Stanford law professor and former SEC Commissioner Joseph grand fast said stock prices surged after the tweet the SEC. ABC's allegation is that he told a lie. The market believes the lie. The stock price went up people. Therefore, we're transacting at a price that didn't accurately reflect the truth, and that's the federal securities laws. Grenfell says the outcome will likely be a settlement that could include a fine and supervision over Musk's communications. In a written statement musk says he is disappointed and saddened by the SEC's unjustified action. And that the facts will show his integrity with never compromised. I'm Angela corral news governor Jerry Brown has vetoed. Two bills that aim to expand the rights of people living in the country illegally. One Bill would have prohibited immigration. Authorities from making arrests inside courthouses Brown says he supports the intent of the Bill, but it may have unintended consequences. The other Bill would have allowed anyone to serve on state, boards and commissions, regardless of immigration status. Meantime, Brown signed a Bill that prohibits hotels. And bus companies from releasing the names of their customers to immigration authorities without a court order. I'm Jeremy Siegel..

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KQED Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Work and still dangerous. But some of the artwork is taking place right now. Even though it's nice and beautiful and sunny NPR's Brian man's has north Carolinians. With whom he spoke in welcomed the president's visit a short time ago. Trump was in newborn where man is on a pier. Describing the extent of the floodwaters news river rose hard here. You can see debris right up into the town and already the cleanup has begun their work crews out on the streets. And fortunately, the skies cleared. It's a beautiful blue sky sunny day, but there is a ton of work to be done here. That's NPR's. Brian, ma'am reporting the status of Monday's Senate hearing into a sexual assault allegation against supreme court nominee red Cavanaugh remains unclear NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports some Democrats and Kavanagh's accuser say the FBI should be given time to investigate Republicans on the Senate Judiciary committee are pushing for the public hearing to proceed lawyers Kavanagh's accuser, Christine blassie Ford, say an FBI investigation should be completed. Before a hearing is held at four dozen testify Republicans on the Senate panel have said they'll move ahead with a vote on Kavanagh's nomination as harasser a law. Professor at American University says it's a situation that requires careful thought and complete transparency his position. Ultimately, if he is confirmed, it's a lifetime appointment, it is replacing a judge who was known as does sort of centrist member of the court. And so it's going to be a position that is in our I in many ways up there with being a president of the United States. President Trump continues to defend cabin all but says he's interested in hearing what Ford has to say Windsor Johnston. NPR news following talks with South Korea North Korea's now saying it will shut down a major missile test side. However is NPR's Jeff Brumfield explains. Some experts say that move is largely symbolic the test site is on the west coast to the country VIP in Narang is an arms control expert at MIT. He says this is. Actually, the same site North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN committed to dismantling following a June summit with President Trump Kim, I got a tip my hat to him. He's milking this site for basically the bulk of two thousand eighteen this time Kim says he will allow inspectors to watch the sides torn down. But even as the north dismantle some of its testing facilities. Narang says it is believed to be producing more long range missiles and nuclear weapons Jeff Brumfield NPR news Washington at last check on Wall Street, the Dow was up two hundred thirteen points at twenty six thousand four hundred sixty the NASDAQ was down twenty three points, the S and P five hundred is up five. This is NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Brian watt. California is suing Farmaceutica giant ABC the four massive healthcare fraud. Angela corral reports the company which makes Humira is accused of bribing doctors with cash meals, vacations and other. Gifts in exchange for prescribing the drug but insurance Commissioner Dave Jones says abbvie went beyond your average kickback scheme and employed, nurses, to go into patients homes, the abbey trained RN's that were to save physician's time money resources in exchange for the physicians. Prescribing Humaira they were actually advocates for Humira and Abby not for patients, those, nurses. Jones claims were directed to make sure prescriptions kept coming even in the face of dangerous side effects. Abbvie says the lawsuit.

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KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"angela corral" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Get it done with a freelancer. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is pleading guilty to federal charges at a hearing this morning is part of a deal with a special counsel's office. Manafort would avoid a second trial that Ceuta start next week in Washington DC at his first trial in northern Virginia. Manafort was convicted on AAC ounce of Bank and tax fraud. Emergency managers are appealing to anyone who chose not to evacuate ahead of hurricane Florence to shelter in place in the Carolinas about ninety seven hundred national guard, troops and civilians are deployed along with helicopters and boats to conduct rescues the urgent concern now is flooding. National Hurricane Center director, Ken Graham, explains. A threat on CNN looking at the trend on radars barely moving at all. So that that is not helping us in this situation. And think about it even with time. Stretching in the next few days. We're not moving very far. I mean, if you look at even Saturday afternoon, that's not a lot of real estate to cover. So the prolonged prolonged event and interesting enough with time some people even further south that have offshore flow and haven't seen the water give it some time be patient because as this moves inland that could switch the wind direction and start pushing the water ran at eleven AM eastern the category. One storm was centered about twenty miles south west of Wilmington North Carolina, a super typhoon set to be the equivalent of a category. Five hurricanes barreling, closer to the northeastern Philippines, massive evacuation taking place. Millions are in its path. This is NPR. And in San Francisco. This is K Q E D news. I'm Brian watt. Privacy advocates say Bartz board of directors made the right move in approving a surveillance technology ordinance, which includes civilian oversight. Angela corral reports the new ordinance requires public notice and public. Debate before surveillance equipment can be used. It also includes civilian oversight or right of action which allows the public to sue over violations board member Beven deputy says it's important for Bart to make transparency a priority. We are living in a very difficult time in this country of polarization, and a lack of trust that I haven't basic governmental institutions and how they're responding to me as a gay, man. And so I don't take this lightly. And I'm support this is an ordinance tonight. Support a right of action. The board also chose to vote on the plan as an ordinance rather than a policy that gives it teeth by making the new regulations enforceable by law as opposed to you the board of directors director. Rebecca Saltzman says they've been working on this since two thousand sixteen and it's about time. And now we've had two and a half years and we've hammered things out. And I think we're at a place where makes sense to go forward with an ordinance. Thursday's vote came after revelations that the transit agency violated its own policies by sharing the license plate data of thousands of writers. With the federal law enforcement database leading to concerns. It might have been accessed by immigration and customs enforcement. There's no evidence that is actually looked at the information which sparked has now asked to be deleted. I'm.

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Woman missing 10 days found dead in stairwell of Zuckerberg S.F. General Hospital

Morning Edition

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Woman missing 10 days found dead in stairwell of Zuckerberg S.F. General Hospital

"Thousand thirteen the issue has largely broken along party lines until a wave election for democrats last november now nearly two dozen republicans have crossed the aisle to vote to expand democratic governor ralph northern says it is the moral thing to do i really don't want any individual or any family being a position where they're one medical illness away from financial demise northern as confident that he can secure a federal waiver in time for newly eligible virginians to apply for coverage by twenty nineteen the plan requires that virginians must be working or actively seeking work in order to qualify for npr news i'm craig carper in richmond commerce secretary wilbur ross is announcing this hour whether the european union will be exempt from stiff new us tariffs on aluminum and steel exports german chancellor angela merkel said earlier today the e you will respond decisively if it's not exempted this is npr from k q e d news good morning i'm brian watt several city agencies are investigating the discovery of the body of an elderly woman in the stairwell of a building on the sucker berg san francisco general hospital campus yesterday public health spokeswoman rachel cagan says seventy five year old ruby anderson was found in an engineering and maintenance building at around one in the afternoon we're very concerned that this happened we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found and we are absolutely looking into that in thousand thirteen lynne spalding patient was found dead in a stairwell more than two weeks after being reported missing from that hospital at led to security refer reforms at the facility a three million dollar settlement with spaulding family federal investigators say a fire that call caused fifty five million dollars in damage to a concord apartment complex was under construction last month was intentionally set a reward is being offered in the case cake angela corral reports to people were hurt as a result of the three alarm fire which forced the evacuation of two hundred and fifty nearby residents the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the federal agency helping you investigate the fire says evidence shows it was arson in the investigations ongoing in addition to the twenty five thousand dollar reward atf released surveillance video showing a man who they say is the suspect hopping offensive the construction site and then running away after the fire erupts the.

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