13 Burst results for "Byron Airport"

"byron airport" Discussed on The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:16 min | 5 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

"But what was interesting to me was I did not behave in at all night even at all like I would've had he pulled the powered idol right I. Mean I was a sharp flight students. So had he pulled power to idle I would have said airspeed best field check SISSON declared emergency I mean I would have been like going through this rehearsed procedure but instead the engine. Started, coughing and I looked at the fuel flow and I was like that's real. I didn't did you. I. Didn't do that the fuel flows gone. We lost the engine like and I started talking about these indications and he's just sitting there just sitting there and finally he's like don't you have a flow check it was all right right in see the fuel selectors off but it was maybe like seven seconds of. Before I looked at the fuel selector, I didn't come out of the gate like I would've had he pulled the power to idle in that lesson wasn't lost on me. So it's not A. You know in the real world, it's just so hard to. Prepare you know I was at altitude or is that in the pattern that? No that altitude over Tracy Airport so we were about three, thousand, five, hundred feet directly over in airport. I got mad at him actually. Tell me as a lot. Well, the three thousand feet over Tracy as they call it s good. Just don't ever do that again. You know so. You. Know there are this is a fine line and flight instruction when I go out and do those works for Aarp, those flight instructor refresher courses, I need a lot of old time pilots guys that are way my senior there either airline pilots that are just trying to keep their CFI active or they've just been teaching for a long time and they still go to these AARP live renewables. and. They always have stories like. One Guy, told me a story like whether used to be this guy in our flying club who would actually land fields you know like he would pull your power to idle and WanNa see you literally landed in a grass field and he did it for years and I bet that's fantastic training I've met training doesn't get any better than that right? I mean you land in a grass field unfortunately, he died with a student one day when they hit a power line and he didn't see. So it was great training for everybody up until that one student. So. It's like in fight training, we have to somehow draw that line and try to do our best and. In the upwind, the power failure thing the four seconds you mentioned that's a big one. So if you really WanNa, feel it is our title maybe do it. I said go to half throttle I as you start your account one, thousand, two, thousand, Naga powered idol three, thousand, four, thousand now react. So you have to build that in a little bit maybe just to feel how hard because Dan's right things will float. If you push. If you get that slow, you have to push so hard that you will feel late in your seat. This is this is exactly what's on my mind right now if we have a bit more time full to it. I'm new to the forum some. Pretty informal. Oh Great. So yet. So I'm I'm based in Spain. And I've got my recently got my frozen ATP l.. They call. It here. Which is commercial multi engine instrument and a theory for all the ATP. L.. So and I'm doing my flight instructor course right now while you're on the. Guess yes. Very excited about it. I've got about ten hours left and a lot of things I'm thinking about exactly like how far do you go in the training right because in training GonNa, show your student things that hopefully they'll never see. In real life as an instructor, you want to go one step beyond. Thinking what should I ask my instructor now? To do like so that I could learn these things before I see them in the real world. These types of Things that are more risky like engine failure on takeoff anymore advanced maneuvers. Different ways of tasks, such, etc.. How would you best prepare an instructor? Had Time it's a great conversation and I think this. Never. GonNa get solid answers because this is one of the hard one of the really really hard parts about good solid flight training and I, think if you WANNA look it up a little bit I. It's vague in my mind but Richard Collins, the former editor flying magazine wrote an article once about he was preaching for recognition and recovery. So if you guys aren't familiar with these terms when you go to more advanced ratings like the ATP. You actually saw the airplane. They WANNA. See you recover at the first indication of Saul, which makes it feel pretty easy right like if you're used to doing privates, you go straight to you me to recover when I hear the horn. Okay. You're the Hornet recovered, but the point is, what's better? Are We actually teaching people to stall the airplane or are we teaching them to react when they hear certain indications and whatnot? and. So this is just extrapolating that thought out to all of flight training is kind of zeroing in on and that's so for me like when I was talking about the pattern I used for privates. I, necessarily need to know that they can spin. Right. So I'll show them the spin so they can see it, but we're not going to spend an hour out there teaching them how. To spin the airplane or to recover from the spin they know the theory they've they signed me do it or whatever it's if they wanted to that really they can go to near Baddeck school, which is by the way what I was. GonNa recommend for you is get some aerobatic training specifically you know in that will really just make you more comfortable and make you a better teacher. But I do WanNa see the I don't want them recovery at the Stall Horn I wanna see the they can recover when the airplane's starts to go into a spin and that's where I draw the line on. It's not Arabic. Usually. You can stop it at seventy degrees Abang. Other Times I do actually send students if they have an appetite for to aerobatics training. On, but it is it is tricky and then for the upwind thing. Sometimes, I don't do this with everybody. It's probably worth thinking about whether or not I should. But I go to Byron Airport, which is Charlie eighty-three for anybody wants to look in California and it's wide open. It's not in tower plenty of fields around it on and we try to we try to, we take off we power to idle and I ask them to try to return to the runway. So we actually try the impossible term got power available in the worst case scenario we have fields we can land in, but that's that's never gonNA happen I just kind of want them to see what that feels like trying to turn around how little energy they have. Partial power failures is something that I introduced to students. So I'll mix it up sometimes, it'll be a full power failure. Sometimes, I'll pull the power to thirteen or fourteen hundred RPM say, that's all you've got what are you gonNa do in try to limp home you try to link to the next airport you're GONNA put it down on the field right here with fourteen hundred RPM get them thinking through the nuances a little bit. There was one other thing I was going to mention. That was a good idea. Oh, sometimes, I'll even get them to fix the problem. So I mean you may have seen this video with Paul, but I'll pull the power to idle and say you just lost your engine and they once they turn get their speed on they turned toward their best field once they start going through the checklist as soon as they say fuel pump I okay. That did abruptly engine back fuel pump was it. That was the problem let's go home. You know just sort of reinforcing demand that there can be solutions on the checklist. But you kind of have to get creative. There's no good black and white answers instructors I think the. Air Battle. Training. You know that'd be good for you. Chris. Did you have something? It's believed this the. Because I'm relatively new instructor I'm trying to figure out what works and it's not the same thing that works for every student at all just had six different scenarios about engine out checklist. I feel like I'm. Some respects wasting my students time if I don't find the thing that works for them the first time..

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"byron airport" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KGO 810

"For me, but I mean, The river fire approaching the Carmel Valley Carmel Valley Road. I'm Stuart. Thank you. Stewart is not loading for me. But I'm seeing of the Lake Berryessa Fire images are just chilling. I don't know That's the only word that comes to mind. You know, I'd be so much smoke in that eerie glow in this texture from the faraway says Ah. Cal Fire has taken over the Byron Airport, just a small airport. But there's they're doing some aerial coverage of the fires there, so at least they get some help from the sky at that time. Yeah. So will continue to get your texts. I'm trying to shift through them and passion alone. I love all of them, actually, but some of them are Are longer than others. You can reach us at for 15 80 88 10. We've kind of put politics aside. We put some of the typical, You know Mother's milk of the show to the side for now, because this is a breaking news situation and Fire smoke evacuations. They really are the thing that we need to focus on. Um I'm just looking at one or two other things driving in Pacifica. This is from 650 Shot six Follow. Actually, just after sunrise. I saw the strangest clouds ever. I realized they were Mile long streams of smoke, not clouds at all. Yeah, Those aerial shots are just mind blowing of so many columns of smoke that I mean, in some cases, it looks like a bomb has gone off. And here's one sort of politics of the 707 shutout. If the cops all cells, a military equipment, we might be able to stop the wildfire epidemic. No, I don't think so. I'll put it another way. Look I have with you on the military equipment. It's you know, you know how I feel about that. But you could sell all the military equipment and it's not going to stop. This epidemic of fires. I mean, this is a This is a problem It doesn't have to do with with spending purely anyway. It has to do with climate environment and changes in the planet. And as my partner just mentioned, I thought it was really a good point. I mean, he blew by it because it was in the middle of a bunch of other stuff he was updating, but that You know that urban interface is going to be a broader and broader area. In other words, they're regions that air populace regions that are encroaching on land. That Didn't have people in it for years. So the sprawl, the more it encroaches, And then the more you have these other components of the climate changing, drier, hotter, etcetera. You. Ah, you end up with fires in much greater numbers, and they burn much hotter and over much bigger areas and now because of all those people living there Many more people are threatened, and structures are threatened. 415 80 88 10 as we continue on kgo. To say the stock market has been like a roller coaster lately is an understatement. And if you feel like you've done to the bullet now that the market is on an upswing, think again. O'Donnell Financial Group is in business for times like these, and especially for those nearing or in retirement. We help our client's reduced their risk from market declines by focusing on asset protection, steady income and ultimately providing a desired quality of life in retirement, so If you feel more confident about another substantial decline in the.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Self isolating away from the White House after an aide was diagnosed with coronavirus on Friday according to a Bloomberg report the vice president has repeatedly tested negative for Kobe nineteen including today this comes a day after death Dr Anthony Fauci said you'll be putting himself in a modified quarantine a rare but troubling potential complication of covert nineteen is emerging in children KCBS reporter Melissa Cole Ross tells us dozens of kids have been experiencing extreme information and most of them also have contracted the novel coronavirus condition is known as pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome and it's an inflammatory illness in children and many not all but most of the cases appear to have evidence of a recent sars Kobe to infection or covert nineteen disease that's doctor mark slice a pediatrician and infectious disease specialist at the university of Minnesota who says there are possibly about a hundred cases of the syndrome so far most of which have been reported in the northeast since it appears this is a complication of Kobe nineteen Dr slice says it's important to continue taking measures to avoid contracting the virus that's why we do social distancing that's why we closed it down public schools that's why we're home schooling that's why we're reducing circulation and contact at this point the inflammatory conditions still is very rare Melissa call Ross KCBS one person has died in a small plane crash at the Byron airport in east Contra Costa county yesterday the FAA says the pilot of a small two seater plane was killed when the plane flipped over crashed and caught fire during takeoff the pilot's name has yet to be released both the FAA and the national transportation safety board are investigating Hey there it's Rebecca chorale coming to you from my home studio in Alameda also known as my bedroom closet I'm sheltering in place but still doing my part to keep you connected digging up stories about how everyone is sorting things out during this pandemic your second home more than half thanks to the outside world KCBS is helping the bay area stay connected for more go to radio dot com slash stay connected Hey.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The owner her worry the economy will keep people away no one's going to go anywhere and they're not working she says a lot of people she does still have not received their twelve hundred dollars stimulus check graduations around the corner so hopefully that also brings people in for guests and that's what you know the holidays give us a little bit of amped up sales and she says her online sales have demonstrated that people like what they see now she hopes they'll want to see her clothing in person once again in Petaluma Jeffrey Schaub KCBS V. somewhat cordial relationship during the corona virus pandemic between president trump and governor Gavin Newsom might be coming to an end he CBS's Jennifer Hodges says the president tweeted his disgust with the governor opening a voting station in southern California for a special election that appears to be leaning towards a Republican the president tweeted his disgust over a new in person polling station going up in southern California for the special election between Republican Mike Garcia and Democrat Christy Smith as far as the president of the governor's relationship that you don't need each other as much as they did earlier in this pandemic that's for sure key CBS political analyst and San Jose state political science professor emeritus Larry Gersten early Malin returns gave the lead to Garcia the president claims the polling station as the Democrats way of trying to steal an election Gersten says it's a theme the president often uses all of these are landmark institutions political institutions that really are separate from any kind of partisanship that the president is saying aren't really fair is fair I am fair Jennifer Hodges KCBS a federal investigation is under way to figure out what caused the small plane to crash at Byron airport in east Contra Costa county yesterday resulting in one death according to a spokesperson with the FAA the two seater plane was set up as a toll plane taking off of the glider behind it when the plane suddenly flipped over and crashed bursting into flames in killing the pilot the glider landed safely no one in that craft was hurt both the FAA and the national transportation safety board are investigating just ahead on KCBS hi Melissa call Ross with the rare condition affecting children that appears to be connected to cove in nineteen KCBS news time ten oh eight traffic.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Important to continue taking measures to avoid contracting the virus that's why we do social distancing that's why we closed it down public schools that's why we're home schooling that's why we're reducing circulation and contact at this point the inflammatory conditions still is very rare Melissa call Ross KCBS an economic recovery council has been formed in Santa Cruz County to help with the re opening the local economy and coming months the save lives economic recovery council formed by the county a community foundation Santa Cruz County is composed of representatives from a variety of businesses that expect to open as shelter in place orders are lifted the council will align with public health experts and governor Newsom's roadmap to recovery it moving forward a person was killed when a small plane crashed at the Byron airport in east Contra Costa county yesterday F. A. A. says the small two seater plane was a tow plane that was towing a glider when it flipped over and crashed during takeoff the plane burst into flames the pilot was killed the pilot's name has not yet been released both the FAA and the national transportation safety board are investigating K. CBS news time one twelve we will check in with Steve Baker and sports next as we spend more time at home these days many of us to figure out new ways to connect work play exercise and generally reflect on what's important we've learned that we don't have to travel as much work that we can have more balanced lifestyles and enjoy the immediate space around us.

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Been spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for hotel rooms that have gone unused during the pandemic KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports the mayor is making some changes to ensure those hotel rooms don't stay empty the hotel rooms were originally leased by the city for first responders after seeing how the pandemic overwhelm New York City but for weeks eighty percent of the nearly one thousand hotel rooms have gone unused we all acknowledge that it's great that those rooms did not have to be used by first responders that's improviser Aaron Peskin says spending hundreds of thousands of dollars a week and unused hotel rooms when homeless people are on the streets doesn't make sense the homeless population is one of the communities where the virus is spreading and this remains a source of friction between the executive and legislative branches in San Francisco because test results show that low wage workers are being disproportionately impacted by the corona virus the mayor has decided to repurpose more than five hundred of the unused hotel rooms for those workers Susan Kennedy KCBS federal authorities are investigating a deadly small plane crash at Byron airport in east Contra Costa county yesterday an FAA a spokesman says the two seater belong K. eight G. C. B. C. was towing a glider behind it when it suddenly flipped over and crashed plane burst into flames the pilot was killed the trailing glider landed safely the pilot's name is it's not been released the F. A. A. and N. T. S. B. will both be investigating Saturday's crash delta airlines saying it's going to suspend service to Oakland International Airport as air to air traffic plummets during the corona virus pandemic the airline said service to Oakland would be suspended starting Wednesday and would run through at least the end of September Jane Hoffman with delta.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Movie theaters and houses of worship to reopen albeit with social distancing rules still in place the governor said that phase could be just a month away meaning that by sometime in June Californians could be allowed to gather again at least in small numbers and with some space between them Doug sovereign K. C. B. S. this week we've been hearing about the need to boost so called contact tracing before we can lift the lockdown now KCBS reporter Keith Menconi tells us about a new statewide effort aimed at training thousands of civil servants each week to carry out this work state health authorities are partnering with UC San Francisco it to launch a program re training civil servants to carry out the difficult work of contact tracing that is tracing the recent contacts of those who have tested positive for code nineteen point is is that we're limiting their ability to transmit the virus to other people UCSF professor of epidemiology Dr George Rutherford is helping to lead the effort he explains the twenty hour training program will prepare the staffers for the many phone calls and interviews that are needed to carry out this contact tracing work they have to be not afraid to call people up and well and talk them through this state figures suggest local health departments throughout California now I have about three thousand contact tracers but governor Newsom wants to search that number many times over hence the need for this training but this will bring another large group on top of that for people from other parts of civil service who can you know get to really time intensive jobs done the first class of five hundred started Friday Keith Menconi KCBS you can hear more about the work to help prepare the bay area to re open during this weekend CBS in depth program it will air later this morning Sunday morning at eight thirty AM also Sunday night at eight thirty PM federal authorities are investigating the cause of a deadly small plane crash at Byron airport in east Contra Costa county Saturday and F. A. A. spokesman says the two seater Bellanca eight G. C. BC was towing a glider behind it when it suddenly flipped over and crashed the plane burst into flames the pilot was killed the trailing glider landed safely the pilot's name is not yet been released the F. A. A. N. N. T. S. B. will both be investigating.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"San Rafael Jeffrey Schaub KCBS ahead on key CBS better cycle safety through data KCBS first for traffic came outside situation shaken out in Sausalito very well actually Susan this accident was a multi car crash southbound wanna wanted Alexander right before you get on to the Golden Gate Bridge they quickly cleared this it was in the two left lanes and we talked ten minutes ago was off to the shoulder now and a little bit of a back up that was there is almost completely dissipated so we're recovering very nicely to the Golden Gate Bridge this report Roger by ceremony Ford at not like this problem though as you come out of Traci toward the Altamont we have had an accident with a motorcycle is blocking the left lanes at grant line traffic is solid now from nag leaving this is really tough stopping go five eighty is backed up almost all the way to highway one thirty to one thirty two has had its problems near McCracken road this is west bound as you come in down toward highway five eighty near Verne Alice accident there still has well looks at least two to three mile back up behind it we're also looking at problems that continue for Vasko road we say good morning today fax with the chill not about a collision him good morning this is gonna be southbound Vasko roads out of the Byron airport again in the hills a car fire sparked a grass fire it's about an acre of of a grass fire right now last check fire department easy there because of that we're doing a one way traffic control not much later down the southbound back of well before Camino Diablo very heavy out of Concord for Walnut Creek and we're just learning of an accident south six eighty eight north main street ceremony Ford is years San Francisco Bay Area for dealer and its truck Tober only at Serra Monty Ford shop there all their Ford F. one fifties or Rangers online at ceremony for dot com they're located just ten miles from anywhere in San Francisco your San Francisco Ford dealer next update six eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS little weather system has scooted through the sort of the odd part of it is it feels warmer this morning that it has been a couple of mornings that's all of this and more.

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nation podcast downloaded subscribe at the new radio dot com app or wherever you get your podcasts k._c._b._s. checking your ride this morning is cam wanderley all right we have some ace train delays and kind of a quick -ment problem they're citing and we have trained number three about thirty six minutes behind schedule the train behind it number five twelve minutes late and we're taking a look at traffic as you come down that ruby hill area this is highway eighty four coming out of the livermore valley big accident at ruby hill is blocking both westbound lanes emergency units over on the eastbound side traffic is only able to get by on the shoulder so that is creating delays that's right near valley sita's re come off valid sita's and the eighty four split there we've also had problems in the central valley with paving project that seems like it's gone haywire maybe it's just lasting too long we're looking at the byron highway as well as the ultimate pass here is day folks this seems like this construction project is just running late and is creating quite taya southbound highway back of well before the byron airport on your way to mount house northbound some smaller delays trying to get that direction as well now as for the altima passed me westbound two five backed up before eleven three continues onto five eighty up to the top of the pass collision cam sees not an accident but there's debris and lanes of you're coming out of daly city heading for san bruno it south two eighty right near westboro of rioting of items scattered across lanes i am seeing a bit of a slowdown right at that spot you're next update is at seven twenty eight on the traffic leader k._c._b._s. missing sleepworld six day forecast big savings headman seaney sleepworld adjustable comfort mattress sale visit sleepworld dot com darryn peck joining.

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"byron airport" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"byron airport" Discussed on Layovers

"That just just you only follow us, and you ever sent only one tweet and that was to say that. So thank you so much for taking the time to open its against us for us. We actually end Jayme. Simpson's also mentioning that. But the interesting, and I didn't know that do you realize that he says it's also true for Brazil a lot of your person. Brazil starts with the letter G. And I never realized that actually that is true when I think about it, GRE, etc. Etc. But he says not all Canadian airports stars. We why you have Zeti m Zet and Elza viel. God knows where they are have no clue James where they are. But you say that they are also with other letters also N E three three is their numbers in airport in. You say that. So so the only reason why I know that is because one of the the airports that I used to fly to when I was running. How to be a pilot was an. Controlled airport that had a letter in its its call sign which was see Charlie Eighty-three Byron airport in Byron California. So could it be that actually defect that there is a number indicates that these not won a major airport? Maybe that could be something of that. Letters, obviously. But I don't know. Yeah. I I don't know. I think it's a good question wanted to find out and talk about that next summer record or a will get fifty messages. Oh, yeah. I know others that number. No, I think Alex reach a point where we had a good number of listeners of another increasing. We basically it's not about being outnumbered is out smart. Exactly. What? Now, people are like smarter testing into much greater sources knowledge guys. You all are airline Wikipedia. Please tell us what to say the next. So now, a very very big Email by Pat Haas for'de was bays that why why Jay Victoria, Pat? I'm not going to go through your entire Email because he was really long. But thank you so much for actually then all these details about your experiences. I one thing that Alex not only him. But other people have apparently your experience of having the aggression. So packed was an once in a lifetime thing because even gotten pictures one is by Edward Slater at Edward Slater ninety with Mt. Completely empty immigration. So maybe. I'm lucky these specific time of day. I think everybody said, and that's I think I've got five messages of people saying, well, usually it's actually pretty fast. Yeah. I would love to know what time of day. It was because I think I looked at the arrivals board in the several hours. I had available to me to do. Nothing else except standing acute and their world. Lot of international flights arriving at that time. And it was about. Just after lunch. So I don't know if maybe that was something to do with it. But it was it didn't feel unprecedented. But it did feel unusual. Would you say afterwards in mean that you think that 'immigration people are still? Exactly. That's exactly. So Pat says that they are refining over time these immigration procedures. One thing duddy says that is the way says it makes me believe it's not fully clear for passengers should be told in DR craft were when you are on the ground, but some staff that if you are transferring passengers you get a little colored card, which will get you enter into a separate and much shorter line up at the customs. If you're transferring to address some kind of fasttrack there were people that were transiting and seem to be on tight connections that tapped officials on the shoulder and said, a my flight leaves in forty five minutes, and the answer was sort of you know, there's nothing rude. They were just there's nothing I can do. So it did feel temporary. And it did feel like I said unusual, but the protocols were in place to deal with this many people like I said, they had this if you know Vancouver..

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Over the two way on the upper peninsula the old community owl off ramp from westbound three eighty is shutdown by a very serious injury crash of this may be a fatality either wave the c h for use of say expect to have the okinawa rail off ramp from westbound three eighty closed until at least midnight tonight so you're going to have to find an alternate around that while the chp conducts an investigation northbound one zero one just past sf oh we have an accident that's blocking the far right lane there we have the tow truck on scene of that may be out of the way fairly soon card shows now cleared from the second lane from the the right over to the right hand shoulder westbound five eighty at nor flynn and we are seeing some slowing eastbound eighty the status skyway in san francisco coming off the seventh street at least in structures on out to the island your next traffic update is at eleven eighteen on the traffic leader came to be kcbs bay area forecast a few clouds near the coast in the bay overnight lows low fifties low sixties and then tomorrow sunday will be sunny breezy and about ten degrees cooler highs ranging from the upper sixties at the coast to the upper eighties inland traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs firefighters in contra costa county have been working at ten acre fire south of antioch tonight it is damaged six buildings and several cars and sent to people to the hospital with smoke inhalation the fire was reported shortly after five pm near a kaiser medical building off deer valley road started as a vehicle fire before spreading to several structures other vehicles and vegetation several other fires were also reported near antioch this afternoon and contained including a thirteen acre grass fire south west of the byron airport the cause of that fire has not been determined a four hundred acre wildfire burning in a rural area in eastern lake county has prompted authorities tissue mandatory evacuation orders for more than twenty five hundred residents the press democrat reports the ponti fire was reported after five pm and was threatening the springs valley lake subdivision of east clear lake oaks residents are being directed to take shelter at lower lake high school organizers of the san francisco pride parade say the event isn't chance for supporters of lgbtq rights to make their voices heard kcbs is keith men coney reports san francisco's market street is expected to be filled by one hundred thousand marchers and spectators when the parade takes place sunday morning pride israeli a perfect portrait of all the things that we love about san francisco san francisco pride executive director george ridley says more than two hundred and seventy contingents will make up the parade and will include community groups activists performers and elected officials it's a massive organic expression of a million voices while the lgbt community has enjoyed civil rights victories over the years ridley says we must never stop fighting to defend what we have one and simultaneously ensure that no one is left behind the events theme this year is generation of strength and ridley says it's an opportunity to draw together the only way we can progress is together as one so tig a chance to celebrate alongside the million people we've invited the city and other human beings and you not your voices in a call for justice and equality keith then coney kcbs.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For the way movies are photographed here's correspondent stephan kaufman like analog music thing rediscovered on vinyl records analog moviemaking is enjoying a renaissance as well when you make a movie on film you know that there is a craftsmanship and an artisan ism you don't get in the alternative kodak motion picture and entertainment president steve bellamy says the revival of analog film both motion instill is growing in intensity especially on the consumer side you're gonna see a lot more cameras entering the marketplace lot more laboratories and you're going to see an access to still film that we've never seen in the last decade stephan kaufman cbs news women in saudi arabia are getting something of a historic right this weekend because we couldn't drive i know we can find that their solutions but now with us driving you don't have to look for all these notions it's gonna be easy to just go and try tom foty cbs news it's ten five at the bay area's news station kcbs tonight with lows in the fifties and sixties sunny windy m a little bit cooler tomorrow get evening i'm susan kennedy and here's what's happening contra costa firefighters are still battling a ten acre fire just south of antioch tonight six buildings and several cars have been damaged two people have been sent to the hospital with smoke inhalation fire was first reported just after five o'clock near a kaiser medical building off deer valley road it started as a vehicle fire before it spread to other structures and vehicles several other fires were also reported near antioch this afternoon and those have been contained including a thirteen acre grasp by south west byron airport the cause of that fire has not been determined a four hundred acre wildfire burning in a rural area in eastern lee county has prompted authorities to issue mandatory evacuation orders for more than twenty five hundred residents press democrat reports the point fire was reported after five o'clock and was threatening the spring valley lake subdivision just east of clear lake oaks residents are being directed to the shelter established at lower lake high school more than twenty congressional democrats including several bay area representatives have toured texas detention facilities today where migrants arrested at the us border are being held he's vs colorado's with that story after touring an immigration detention facility in mcallen texas peninsula congresswoman jackie speier said the government needs to address the immigration crisis through the social service system not the criminal justice system requiring the customs and border patrol to do this when they're trained to go after drug dealers and cartels is not the group that we should have doing this process this spring the trump administration announced zero tolerance policy for illegal immigration which has resulted in the separation of more than two thousand migrant children from their families in recent weeks east bay congresswoman barbara lee calls the process dehumanizing so concerned that these individuals one phil do not have any legal representation as they go through the process to still don't have any cow counseling or mental health care president trump has said we need to secure our borders and has called on democrats in particular to pass immigration reform legislation mr trump signed an executive order this week stopping any further separation of migrant children from their families melissa call ross kcbs large group gathered at embarcadero plaza in san francisco to rally in support of immigrant families there were two thousand people carrying signs and offering solutions to the crisis of families seeking the file being separated at the border.

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"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"byron airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And stems that has no taste to extend shelflife up to five times longer than that thin barrier slows down the rate that water gets out of the produce as slows down the rate that oxygen gets and ceo james rogers company has fda approval and now two major chains costco and harps have begun selling avocados that have this coating companies also working on a second coating that would repel insects steve kaethe and cbs news residential soninlaw jared kushner who is also a senior presidential adviser including on mideast affairs tells a palestinian newspaper he's ready to work with palestinian president mahmoud abbas tom foty cbs news channel five at the bay area's news station kcbs clear tonight with losing the fifties and sixties sunny and warm again tomorrow with a red flag warning in effect good evening i'm susan kennedy and here's what's happening multiple fire agencies are hoping to contain a tool arm fire on deer hill and antioch that fire was reported just after five o'clock a near a kaiser medical building just off deer valley road it started as a vehicle fire before it spread to what few structures and other vehicles at least two people have been taken to the hospital for treatment there've been several other fires reported near antioch this afternoon as well they've been contained including a thirteen acre grass fire just south west of the byron airport that caused that fire has not been determined in eastern lake county a seventy five acre wildfire burning in a rural area has prompted authorities to issue mandatory evacuation orders for the more than twenty five hundred residents the press democrat reports the ponti fire was reported or after five o'clock and is threatening the spring valley lakes subdivision just east of clear lake oaks it's prompted calls for people to evacuate throughout spring valley which sits just east of clear lake off highway twenty gram about two dozen congressional democrats have spent time today touring detention centers in texas where migrants who crossed the border into the us are being held kcbs musical ross reports several bay area representatives were part of that group bay area congresswoman anna issue barbara lee and jackie speier were in the border town of mcallen texas touring an immigration facility there speier says the government is going about dealing with the immigration crisis the wrong way i think we've got to take this out of the criminal justice system and put it in to the social service system that's the way these people should be process and handled and care given to them earlier this year the justice department put a zero tolerance immigration policy into place which has resulted in the separation of more than two thousand mike children from their families in recent weeks while the parents face prosecution congresswoman issue i think that the president has brought great shame to a great country and we have to fight this and work to correct it earlier this week the president issued an executive order stopping the separation of children from their families in his weekly radio address on saturday mr trump accused democrats of wanting open borders and said they are okay with crime melissa call ross kcbs more than a thousand people rallied at the market arrow plaza san francisco to support immigrant families who've been separated at the border kcbs is bob butler reports there were comparisons to the holocaust and calls to give these families legal residency listened to speeches and some blame the us government or the plight these immigrants pace jane mercian worked at an orphanage in guatemala in the nineteen eighties those children there due to the problems of that country which the united states caused in the first place with the coups in nineteen fifty two in guatemala woven ours is offer solutions such as giving me families permanent legal residency where we're going to release take care of children can kill hillary ronen recalled growing up in hearing family members talk about being separated during the holocaust while it's not the exact same and hopefully never will be the exact same.

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