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"carl gordon l" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:28 min | 7 months ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Provided to every student teacher and staff member in public school districts despite the governor's announcement Chicago public schools they have not met say they have not made a decision yet the district announcing today summer school will remain remote state health director Dr in goes A. as he K. says Illinois has turned the corner in the fight against the corona virus she says now is the time to make sure we're stronger and ready should there be a second wave yes there could be another surge of covert nineteen in the fall or perhaps earlier but let's make sure we take this opportunity now to get to our doctors let's get our immunizations let's get our health screenings let's get as healthy as we can she says the number of new cases and deaths have been dropping for five weeks in a row more Chicago streets will be filled with tables and chairs this weekend the city announcing expanded outdoor dining will take place in Chinatown Little Italy Chatham in Andersonville indoor dining will begin on Friday with limited capacity under phase four Bernice king is among those paying their final respects to raise our Brooks in Atlanta today what staff will not be in vain because just as well waters and righteousness like a mighty stream family and friends gather for the private funeral service at Ebenezer Baptist church where her father Martin Luther king junior pastor to the nineteen sixties king copper justice and equity for all black lives earlier this month Brooks was killed by police in a Wendy's parking lot one of the officers has been charged with murder Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says there's no way the Senate will move forward with the Republican police reform bill calling the proposed legislation fundamentally and irrevocably flawed one this political show that will lead to no bills no one no one no one has detailed a way under McConnell's plan that we actually get to a bill that can pass Democrats have criticized the GOP bill is not going far not far enough when it comes to the use of excessive force by police Illinois state police are conducting a death investigation after man's body was recovered from the Calumet river earlier this month the man has been identified as thirty five year old Carl Gordon of Belvidere police south out sick police say foul play is suspected and anyone with information is asked to call police and now with WGN community corners here try amber instruction begins this weekend the Jane Addams memorial tollway toll plaza at east riverside Boulevard in Rockford the right shoulder and toll collection lane on the right side of the toll plaza will close to traffic so they can remove a concrete median separating toll collection lanes and the coin basket lanes will also be doing pavement and electrical work when that site is done crews will then switch to the left side construction will be completed by the fall I'm Brian Burrough with community corners on WGN radio WGN sports here's Kevin pal the news found hanging in Bubba Wallace's garage stall at Talladega speedway had been there since at least last October according to federal authorities they say no charges are planned joint statement from U. S. attorney J. town an FBI special agent in charge Johnny sharp junior reads in part quote the FBI learned that garage number four with the noose was found was assigned a Bubba Wallace last week investigation also revealed evidence including authentic video confirmed by NASCAR that the noose found in garage number four was in that garage as early as October twenty nineteen although the news is now known to have been a garage for in twenty nineteen nobody could have known Mr Wallace would be assigned to garage for last week on quote you out for clock was when we are dissipating an official word from baseball's player union on a decision on the owner's proposal to begin training camp July first as well as an approval on the health guidelines for the sixty game season the owners hope to begin the schedule by late July but no word from the Players Association just yet and the U. S. national team of players Meghan Pino Tobin heath and Kristen Kristen press of opted out of the national women's soccer league tournament opening this weekend in Utah he then press played with repeat on the champion World Cup team last summer in France a two sided concerns over the corona virus for Pino didn't publicly give a reason I'm home by **** with western Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN sponsored by T. mobile for business visit T. mobile for business dot com the Dow closed up one hundred thirty one points today nasdaq up seventy four the S. and P. five hundred up thirteen I'm Kim Gordon at Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN at Walgreens we.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the eighth on all news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders was stumping in San Francisco yesterday, he spoke to thousands of cheering supporters at fort Mason KCBS Bob, Butler, says the Vermont Senator yesterday joined Democrats in asking that the entire Muller report be made public. Thank you all very much the thanking support. Fort Mason rally. Sarah's wasted. No time. Addressing the Muller report before I begin my remarks. I wanna mention I think what most of you already knows that. The Bob Mueller investigation was submitted to the attorney general Senator says he had not read it yet. When I know is that it is a summary of the report. Well, I don't want a summary of the report he says he wants the whole quoting damn report released because nobody is above the law in San Francisco by Butler KCBS, a new poll out of Silicon Valley finds more than forty percent of residents are considering moving out of the bay area. Forty percent KCBS Kerry Huda SEK tells us why many blame the high cost of living the traffic congestion homelessness and high taxes six percent of bay area. Residents say they're planning to pack their bags in two thousand nineteen Carl Gordon no is with the Silicon Valley leadership group that should cause a shock wave for all of us that we have to get serious about addressing our housing homelessness. Traffic and cost of living challenges facing families throughout the region. He says they're concerned because these are real people that loved the bay area, but are forced to leave. Want to sleep because of those issues we know that we can come up with winning solution when we work together we historically throughout the nation Carnegie in the bay area. What's most troubling about the data Gordon of says only seven percent feel the quality of life has improved over the last five years? Carrie hodousek. KCBS in the north bay city leaders in San Rafael have unveiled a new fire safety plan and includes painted parking spots on the street to keep the roads clear for firetrucks eliminating most plants right up against homes and fireproofing new roofs. KCBS Meghan gold spe- reports. The plan has sparked a debate the plan did not pass unanimously council member Colin sought to that. This isn't something. That's rush. You know? I it we need to take a little bit more time to make sure that we arguing strategic and deliberate in collaborative. She says there needs to be more time. Time for the public to weigh in on guidelines that would affect their homes realtor, gene lake. Oh spoke at the meeting. We still have a concern about requiring homeowners to replace the roofs when they try to sell their homes that's going to be a complicated and financial impact to each of the homeowners. Maybe a hardship for some of them. Let San Rafael mayor Gary Phillips says they've only approved guidelines in any policy changes would still have to be approved by the council. Besides he says the city wants them to do something. Now, our community is not saying let's go through this for four years to try to refine every last we're community is saying look paradise burn down. Santa Rosa burned out. Get it in gear, folks. Let's go make gold speak KCBS KCBS news time, two thirteen. A busy Sunday in sports. We'll check sports with Caroline burns. Nex.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"His title is chief attorney at the San Francisco public defender's office. And now Matt Gonzalez said he'd be honored to take over for his late boss, if the mayor will appoint him, but as KCBS has Meghan goal three reports she has yet to say what decision she will make well at a lunar new year event in city hall, mayor London breed spoke about Jeff Adachi who died on Friday. It is a big loss to our city. And I am really honored to have called him, a friend. She has. Not yet commented though on who she's going to call as the next public defender Gonzales who's leading the office temporarily tells KCBS it would be an honor if she chose him. She has been a longtime friend at the office. She was very good friends with Jess. And just knows what the office does. She understands the importance of a strong central. So I'm confident that she will bear all of that in mind and making decisions S for the reports swirling around about the night Adachi died in Gonzales says some of those reports have been gratuitous and salacious the truth is none of that. At the end of the day is going to affect our opinion of Jeff Adachi. You know, he was just such a major figure in the defense community. He worked for so many people in San Francisco making gold, speak KCBS KCBS news time, ten twenty two Silicon Valley executives. Don't see the economy in our region slowing down anytime soon, we get that story from KCBS reporter, Melissa Colorado survey more than one hundred silica. Valley. Ceos and senior officers finds that fifty six percent of them expect to increase hiring over the next five to six years. Additionally, Silicon Valley leadership group senior vice president Brian Brennan says they're also expecting to grow their employees presence in both traditional tech hubs around the country and also in non traditional regions of the United States. This confidence comes despite challenges. The survey is part of the Silicon Valley competitiveness and innovation projects. Latest update and Silicon Valley leadership group president and CEO Carl Gordon says the update finds that traffic still is a problem with our average daily commute time on the rise last year. It was seventy two minutes on average round trip per workday. It's gotten worse by sixty seconds to seventy three minutes in the project. Silicon Valley is defined a Santa Clara San Mateo, and San Francisco counties, Melissa, call Ross KCBS doctors and San Francisco take care of many patients with limited. English proficiency and Google translate has proven beneficial. But a study out of UCSF offer suggestions to avoid mistranslation study looked at instructions patients received from clinicians when they're being released from the ER put these instructions through Google translate into both Spanish and Chinese and we found that it was pretty accurate that for Spanish translations over ninety percent were accurate and the Chinese translations over eighty percent were accurate. That's primary care research fellow. Dr Elaine kung who says there were a small percentage of instructions that could be life threatening. Like when the doctor told the patient to hold the kidney medicine, meaning stop taking it which the algorithm translated to Spanish keep the medication and to Chinese keep taking the medication. We definitely think that if clinicians are going to use these translations they need to use it with the English written instructions, so that patients know that that's really the definitive source of truth. She suggests doctors keep sentences simple and avoid spelling errors and Google. Translate is best used in combination with human interpret. Hitters even if they are over the phone or by video Margie, Schaefer.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time to eleven the involvement of the state schools superintendent seems to be helping break the stalemate at the bargaining table in the Oakland. Teachers strike KCBS has Doug sovereigns. Teachers are striking for a fourth day today for school day and talks resumed this morning publicly the teacher's union. Still takes an tag. Mystic tone toward the Oakland unified school district, but privately sources say the mood at the bargaining table is much better than it was now that state superintendent of public instruction. Tony Thurmond is playing mediator union leader. Chaz Garcia says talks that broke off an anger Sunday. When all day long into the night last night and resumed today would indicate that the district is listening, and then having Tony their superintendent there to mediate is has been a helpful process in the district. Spokesman John sake agrees that changing up who's at the table seems to be making a difference in getting closer to a settlement. We're hopeful that we can get it resolved. Stay maybe tomorrow and get everybody back into the classroom. But there's still a gap to close on teachers salaries and says the district the need to identify a funding source to give the union what a wants. So. In the meantime, the picketing goes on in the striking teachers will rally and March again today this time in east Oakland in Oakland. Doug, sovereign KCBS. There's a lot of confidence in the Silicon Valley. Connie right now KCBS is Melissa Cora says executives expect to increase. Crease. Hiring over the next five to six years. Business leaders don't seem to be worried about silicon valley's economy contracting significantly anytime soon. Among more than one hundred Silicon Valley CEO's and senior officers surveyed fifty six percent of respondents said they expected to grow their employees presence between now and twenty twenty-five Silicon Valley leadership group senior vice president Brian Brennan says the survey is part of the Silicon Valley competitiveness and innovation project update. But the news is an all good Silicon Valley leadership group CEO and president Carl Gordon says home prices still aren't issue, especially when compared with other parts of the country here in Silicon Valley. The median priced home in twenty eighteen by October was an average of one point two five million that home in Austin, Texas, two hundred ninety six thousand the update not only looks at Silicon Valley itself, but compares it to other parts of the country, Melissa call Ross KCBS a federal jury in federal court. In San Francisco will decide whether roundup weed killer caused a man's cancer. The trial could determine the fate of hundreds of similar lawsuits. Seventy year old Edwin Hardiman is the second plane of to go to trial against Monsanto, which says studies have established of the active ingredient. In roundup glide Foucault sate is safe. San Francisco jury in August, awarded another man two hundred eighty nine million dollars after determining roundup caused his cancer. A judge later slashed the award to seventy eight million the man currently running the San Francisco public defender's office after the death of Jeff aja Adachi said that he would be interested in the job. Full-time KCBS is making goals. Be spoke with the city's chief attorney Matt Gonzalez, the choice, at least at first says Gonzales is up to San Francisco mayor London breed would be and I would be honoured if she made that choice, but I'm also emphasizing that I respect her authority. To make a decision, and I will do everything I can to make the transition is smooth one later this year. There would be public vote to fill the seat breed spoke about Adachi at a city hall lunar new year event last night. It is a big loss to our city. And I am really honored to have called him a friend, but she hasn't commented on whether she'll name Gonzales to the position or someone else s for the media reporting of death in the various stories that have swirled around it since it happened on Friday. I stand that there's interest in trying to sort out what happened to a public official. You know, I think it it's getting certainly perilously close to being gratuitous salacious material in San Francisco making gold speak KCBS coming up on KCBS Carrie Hodousek. Tesla CEO Elon Musk's tweeting habits trigger another legal challenge. From stock. Market regulators to fifteen here's the latest on the sportsline with Bruce. If you're a fan of a team. That has won three titles in the last four years you expect perfection on nightly basis. The warriors have hardly been perfect in recent weeks, but Monday night, Charlotte, they play well enough to beat the home standing Hornets one one to one ten Kevin Durant had twenty points, seven rebounds, DeMarcus cousins his biggest game as a warrior twenty four points, eleven rebounds said the Keita cousins big night was just simplifying things just thinking..

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And for just a dollar. You can get any sized soft drink sweet tea Hawaiian punch for the a kind flavor of Dr Pepper favorites right now, Donald only three dollars. Participation may vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo. KCBS news time nine eleven following up on a story. We brought you yesterday. UC Berkeley police today say they have identified the man who punched the conservative student incident caught on video that went viral this week campus. Police say the suspect who was not named is not a UC Berkeley stood nor is he affiliated with the university. The suspect was caught on video in an altercation on the university. Sproul plaza suspect punch, a conservative student who was recruiting people to join turning point USA an prophet that organizers right wing college students UC Berkeley police say their investigation is ongoing. San Francisco city officials are planning a hand for the opening of the new warriors chase center arena in the city by the bay in Mission Bay KCBS Melissa Rauch reports from the neighborhood there in Mission Bay to tell us that transportation already is a major concern there. The new arena is scheduled to open in Mission Bay in September. And San Francisco mayor London breed says the city is preparing now, we have some challenges that we're dealing with. Relates to traffic and congestion in the city, even now without the chaser being open. And so there's gonna be a lot of events. They're going to be concerts and games and other things and we need to be ready representatives from several city departments already have begun meeting to address those challenges. How does San Franciscans feel about the opening of the arena? Carl Gordon lives in Selma and does contract work in Mission Bay and he's excited. There's going to be great. It's going to be a good scenery. Good vibes. People come from all over Caitlyn Grady also lives in someone works in Mission Bay, and she imagines that traffic will be bad once the arena opens, but she's not worried it's probably going.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Officials planning ahead for the opening of the warriors new chase center in the city by the bay case CBS's, Melissa call Ross reports from the Mission Bay neighborhood to tell us that transportation already is a major concern. The new arena is scheduled to open in Mission Bay in September. And San Francisco mayor London breed says the city is preparing now, we have some challenges that we're dealing with as it relates to traffic and congestion in the city even now without the chase center being open. And so there's going to be a lot of events. They're going to be concerts and games. And other things and we need to be ready representatives from several city departments already have begun meeting to address those challenges how to San Franciscans feel about the opening of the arena. Carl Gordon lives in Selma and does contract work in Mission Bay. And he's excited is going to be great. It's going to be a good scenery. Good vibes. People coming from all over Caitlyn Grady also lives in Selma and works in Mission Bay, and she imagines that traffic will be bad once the arena opens, but she's not worried it's probably going to be pretty impossible to get around via vehicle. You know, it's it's pretty centralized. I walk here from work every day. The city officials plan to meet every other week to deal with issues related to the arena in San Francisco. Melissa call Ross KCBS dreams look in highschool in union city was on lockdown for more than two hours today as police searched for a student that they believe stabbed another student at the school this morning union city. Police captain Travis Sousa says that the juvenile suspect has since been arrested and the victim transported to a hospital. But do we would not release any information about either? Team in situations. Like, this Sousa says the lockdown is the right call. You lock it down especially at school of this size. It tends to be a little safer and quicker to manage police spent hours sweeping through the school classroom by classroom. No other students were hurt. KCBS news time six thirteen you with.

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KGO 810

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KGO 810

"To San Jose police officers at the hospital after colliding with an SUV overnight eight thirty at K G O. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. It happened at the intersection of tall. Ian, king a few blocks east of one on one. The driver of the SUV claims to have had a green light. When the collision knocked down a light pole. Officers are still investigating a 'cause the people on the SUV were treated at the scene and released. The police officer is at the hospital is expected to recover. The mayor of San Jose is recovering in the hospital after being hit by an SUV while bicycling on New Year's day. Sam LA Carta was hit about three miles northeast of downtown and taken to a hospital where doctors are treating several broken bones. His office called them minor. Fractures lecarr does friend. Carl Gordon hotels tells the Mercury News. He apparently fractured his collarbone and a chess bone and had neck and back injuries. The driver of the SUV stayed at the scene and was not arrested. Police say drug and alcohol not a factor. It could be a bipartisan breakthrough or just. A waste of time. Correspondent John Lawrence reports. Top officials from both parties are invited to the White House today to meet for their first time since the partial government shutdown began President Trump looking to reach a compromise. Mr. Trump and a tweet Tuesday asking incoming house speaker Nancy Pelosi if it deal over border security is possible Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrats seem to be taking also Michael Corleone type offer here where they're saying Donald Trump. Here's our offer nothing. Pelosi responded calling Wednesday summit a great opportunity to show how we will. Govern responsibly. The president has not wavered on his main sticking point can never do it perfectly unless you have a wall. So we have to have a wall and that has been a factor. Democrats are willing to come to the table from border security, but they're going to dig their heels, and they're clearly not going to find that wall. The meeting will feature a border security briefing from homeland security officials and an effort to reach an agreement that both reopens the government and keeps America. Is safe. Probably far more complicated to reach a compromise than to just say. Okay. What's the number in between both of our standing plants? It's not just about dollars is about negotiations. Getting something for something else. I'm John Lawrence reporting. Jio ten business reform. Money conditions has started to change on Wall Street. Jason Middleton has more. Don't look now. But the markets have turned ever so slightly positive after a deep sell off to start today's session, all three major indices have been able to push back into the black. It could very well be bottom fishing on some of the share price lows of major Dow component companies, but it's enough to reverse the downward trend oil prices have also reversed course during today's trading as prices per barrel balance upward about three percent. There is rising output from major producers like the United States, and there are still lingering concerns about an economic slowdown, of course. But that said crude oil supply cuts from OPEC and its allies, including Russia do take effect in January. So the market may squeeze for a while as prices rebound from Lowe's late last year. I'm Jason Middleton. Steph. Curry is celebrating more than just the new year nineteen year celebration, especially for me is we get to celebrate the city of Oakland. It's the warriors last season L clinic. As you know. So curry is renting out the FOX theater this Friday night, and you're invited special performances appears I'm bitter. It's going to be an amazing celebration the city Oakland and start after the new curry six the right way. So check it out put on for the town. It's going to be amazing, Bruce, the curry six has his new shoe, you can pick up tickets to his free party at his pop up store on ninth street in downtown Oakland. That's fun clear and cold today. But it's gonna be sunny. Highs will be in the fifties..

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mostly sunny today. Highs in the fifties. But continued cold weather overnight, receiving some upper twenties and thirties and a few low forties around the bayonet right now. I'm John Evans. Good morning. San Jose mayor Sam Lombardo is on the mend hopes to get out of the hospital today or tomorrow, but he's got some broken bones after getting hit by an SUV yesterday. While he was out riding his bike, the driver did stop other eyewitnesses came to lecarr does aid the mayor's friend Carl Gordon, oh of the Silicon Valley leadership group. Carte cut him off collision from what I understand the mayor sustained a few fractures including out of fracture to is startup, and he's pretty banged up and Bruce staff, but he's in great spirits and forty eight year old the Cardo is being treated at the regional medical center in San Jose, Libardo said that the doctors joked with him that all defects to the mayor's head were pre existing conditions again, he hopes to get out of the hospital today or tomorrow, the death of Oscar grant ten years ago, led to the creation of the black lives matter movement KCBS Bob Butler reports the grant's death also is credited with several new laws that have increased transparency of law enforcement bay area. Activists organized to protest grant's death in two thousand nine they push their neutral general Kamala Harris to support a family Bill seventy one we got more people died than ever before. And no accountability.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS news. It's three zero five at the bay area's news station KCBS sunny skies today. Highs in the fifties. But cold weather continues overnight expect some frost here in the next few hours. I'm John Evans. San Jose mayor Sam lucado hopes to get out of the hospital today or tomorrow after getting hit by an SUV yesterday while he was out on a bike ride. The driver did stop and other eye-witnesses came to lecarr does aid including Linda Dutra who lives nearby. One thing. I've gotta say because you know, I've been in healthcare for a very long time is he just kept thinking us to me that was just like a very humble person doesn't know who these people are people come to his aid. And he's thinking the forty eight year old look Harto is being treated regional medical center in San Jose for broken chest, bone and collarbone and injuries to the back and neck Makarios friend, Carl Gordon oh of the Silicon Valley. The leadership group said that the mayor hopes to be back to work soon, and is in good spirits, ten years after his death. Oscar grant's legacy is leading to greater police transparency. KCBS is Bob Butler said grant also is credited with social activism that became the black lives matter movement Oskar Greg protest organizers, let their expertise following the death of Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown. The also pushed California to pass AB seventy one that requires police to collect USA force data to help identify. How does a tell I stop conclude what the being killed industry? Bought a police grass. Uncle is Johnson says data's now also collected on racial, profiling police have to release body Cam audio and video files, although some agencies don't want to all we ask him for his information. And yet now we've got agencies willing to threaten all information up not even rebuild it. So we can get all in lettuce. Station. We passed a reveal what's going on. And we can see the sickness in the madness. But of no office is going to be held accountable or no agency could be held accountable. Then what is it for in Oakland? Bob, Butler, KCBS cab drivers in San Francisco say they intend to fight a city plan to limit. The number of drivers at SFO. Here's KCBS Jeffrey Schaub with more the city's transportation agency wants to limit airport access to hundreds of taxi drivers who each paid two hundred fifty thousand dollars to purchase taxi medallions and keep several hundred other taxi operators who received there's for free on city streets. And the reason the city says those pay battalion holders are sinking under big loan obligations. They took out to buy the permits years ago, but Carl McMurdo with the San Francisco taxi medallion holders association says that's a bad idea. Exceedingly myopic is bad for the public is bad for the taxi drivers that in taxi.

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KCBS All News

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mutual insurance ready to create your it's three at the bay area's news station. KCBS we're expecting mostly cloudy skies overnight with temperatures down into the thirties and forties, but sunny skies tomorrow, good evening. I'm John Evans. And here's what's happening. San jose. Mayor Samuel Cardo is recovering tonight after being hit by a car while riding his bike. His spokesman said that the forty eight year old Kara was cycling early this afternoon on Sierra road when he was hit the driver stayed at the scene of the accident. Mayor Licadho is a regional medical center in San Jose, his friend, Carl Gordon, oh president and CEO of the Silicon Valley leadership group said the mayor has a broken collarbone and also of broken chest bone. He also suffered some neck and back in. Injuries. His spokesman said that the mayor is in good spirits. He's expected to be released from the hospital tomorrow or Thursday Licadho said that the doctors joked that all the defects to the mayor's head were pre existing conditions. Well, a six year old girl is hospitalized in stable condition after she was struck in the head by a stray bullet early this morning on thermal street near ninety eighth avenue in Oakland KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports of the OPD suspects. The girl was hit by celebratory gunfire. Just after midnight, Oakland police say the little girl fell to the ground during a backyard party attended by other children and adults. Her father noticed she was bleeding from the head and drove her to the hospital Roxanne Perez lives right across the street from the home, and she says the incident occurred right around midnight sounded like they're having a ball. You know, because you could hear the kids other excitement in their little voices counting down to twelve o'clock. You know? In the gunfire was how soon after that? It was right at the at that time. I mean before it hits you could hear fire after you could here. She says the family who live in the thermal street. Home are well liked in the neighborhood. Meanwhile, the Oakland police headquarters spokesperson John Watson says the girl was struck by celebratory gunfire. And they know this in part because of shot spotter audio devices located in the neighborhood, which can identify where weapons have been fired. So not only did we have.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To really pinch me with all my bills and this so driving in Manhattan cars cabs. Uber's trucks would all have to pay. Sure about Santa on his sleigh. John monotone ten ten wins. At the Holland tunnel wins news time, seven thirty five passengers taking a dollar van and Brooklyn recently didn't get much of a bargain, they got a wild ride. Instead. And early December video that's gone. Viral shows a driver in flatbush running red light nearly hitting a pedestrian law enforcement tries to pull him over. And that's when he hits the gas sending passengers flying. They pleaded with him to stop. But he continued to run red lights speed through a school zone and go the wrong way down one way street. Nobody was reported hurt. Cops this morning are searching for that driver pot might not be legal in New Jersey by the end of the year. After all to lawmakers say they likely will not be voting in the Senate on the seventeenth. There are still some differences to work out in the Bill said one lawmaker you will probably not be able to smoke it on New Year's Eve legally, California is considering a tax on texts. You probably think your cell phone Bill is high enough? Now, imagine a tax on every text you sent California's public. Abilities commission will vote on a proposed surcharge on text messages next month. Carl Gordon L had of the Silicon Valley leadership group is not happy. This is the Grinch that is stealing Christmas by stealing the tax for taxes on your phones. Alex stone reporting wins news time, seven thirty seven and coming up in ten ten wins, entertainment, the rock hall inductees..

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Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Steve Raleigh. News radio. Seven hundred wwl w thirty four degrees. Cincinnati police continue to search for a missing eighty six year old man with early stages of dementia tonight. Daniel telly was last seen in a gray two thousand and six Toyota Land Cruiser with a high of license plate g QC. One nine six eight Mr. Tully is white male five feet, six inches tall weighs one hundred and fifty pounds with gray hair. Y'all walks with a cane and his wearing blue jeans, a plaid shirt and a blue jacket could be heading to the Oakley Hyde Park area. If you do see Mr. Tully, call the police, the missing mom from Colorado who has not been seen since thanksgiving engaged to be married to Patrick frac- who didn't file a missing persons report and will not talk to reporters also didn't show up to a police press conference on Monday ABC's Clayton Sandell in Colorado last confirmed sighting of Kelsey Barrett. Thanksgiving Day shopping at a supermarket with their daughter tonight. Her fiancee's lawyer says his client is cooperating with the search to find her Patrick wants to talk to us, Patrick Tracy refused to talk yesterday, leaving his lawyer's office with the couple's daughter phrase's says he let police searches phone and take DNA Sam. Apples and photographs and what do you think about? A tax on every text message. You said while the state of California is considering it no joke. You probably think your cell phone Bill is high enough? Now, imagine a tax on every text you send. California's public utilities commission will vote on a proposed surcharge on text messages next month. Carl Gordon had in the Silicon Valley leadership group is not happy. This is the Grinch that is stealing Christmas.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Don't let your west coast friends make too much fun. He says are four point four would feel more like an officially moderate earthquake five point. Oh or so out there. Just in Nancy Pelosi announces she will serve no more than four years as speaker, all but ensuring she will be elected to the post in January negotiations behind the scenes with some of the recalcitrant Democrats had been along these lines that she could be elected speaker again, but agree to essentially term limit. It. That's what's happened here. Probably heard the headline by nab or also learning late today. The Michael Cohen's three year prison sentence came with an added surprise moments. After Michael Cohen was sentenced federal prosecutors revealed the national enquirers parent company entered into a non-prosecution agreement AM, I which publishes the Enquirer confess to a long standing practice of burying damaging stories for favored sources am. I admitted it paid former playboy model Karen McDougal one hundred fifty thousand dollars. So she would keep quiet about an alleged affair with Donald Trump a payment. Federal prosecutors said Michael Cohen orchestrated in concert with a candidates presidential campaign. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. British Prime Minister Theresa may tonight has survived a no confidence vote cannot be challenged. As party leader, thus prime minister for another year, even as Brexit turmoil continues there, I need them with staffy. The woman wanted him at deadly hit and run at a Duluth gas station. This week has come forward to police now. No charges though filed yet. Here's an idea. What would you think about a tax on every text message that you send? Well, would you believe we're actually you might believe California is considering it you probably think your cell phone Bill is high enough? Now, imagine a tax on every text. You sent California's public utilities commission will vote on a proposed surcharge on text messages next month. Carl Gordon L had the Silicon Valley leadership group is not happy. This is the Grinch that is stealing Christmas.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The men who operated the illegal warehouse party derek and max harris will reportedly received jail terms of nine and six years respectively not enough says david gregory who lost his twenty year old daughter kayla by her the defendants are expected to serve their time in the alameda county jail rather than a state prison with credits for time served and good behavior they'll perhaps serve half of the actual sentences other grieving family members say the shorter jail terms cheapen the lives of the dozens of victims sentencing by judge morris jacobson will be scheduled for later this summer there is still plenty of civil litigation ahead tim ryan kcbs trump administration plan to ban the spouses of h one b visa holders from working could have a major impact on tech companies as kcbs map bigalow reports from our silicon valley bureau tech workers from overseas may decide working the us just isn't worth it as many as one hundred thousand people could be pushed out of their jobs by a white house plan to ban the spouses of h one b visa holders from working in the us that's according to researchers at the university of tennessee carl gordon oh president and ceo of the silicon valley leadership group says the move would hurt tech companies and we limit the ability of folks to come here often with equally talented spouses to work here create and innovate here we're cutting off our own those despite our face in terms of strengthening america's economy the h one b program has faced criticism for allowing too many foreign workers into the us it specialists craig diangelo told cbs's sixty minutes he was replaced by a worker from india who made half his salary i didn't get laid off for lack of work i got laid off because somebody cheaper could do my job the study finds husbands and wives of band spouses are already leaving the us indian experts are increasingly moving to canada due to tighter immigration policies in silicon valley bureau matt bigler kcbs even though the navy and developer of the old hunters point naval shipyard insists the land is safe residents of the area are demanding that construction of a whole new neighborhood there stop kcbs reporter sovereign says they worry that the soil still contaminated with radioactive material catherine muhammed has cancer her kids have asthma she says she has good reason not to trust the cleanup of the shipyard and to call for a halt to its redevelopment until further testing is done we want answers i'm scared for my children and my health and there's thousands of others that have been affected he's one of two thousand people suing tetra tech the company the navy hired to remove radioactive residue two of its employees falsified soil samples that are in prison for it but tetra tech spokesman sam singer says the area is safe yes i lived there singer says there's nothing for muhammad and her neighbors to fear i worked on hunters point shipyard for ten years an almost daily basis so i have no problems now i've never had any problems in the past the the property certainly were tetra tech lean while officials promised to rescan the.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To be giving the nod to transportation with regional measure three leading in the result tally kcbs mortgage schaefer reports measure three decided by voters in all nine bay area counties appears headed for victory it would increase tolls on the seven bay area state owned bridges to fund projects with the aim of easing congestion voters hey traffic more than they hate toll ceo of the silicon valley leadership group and spokesman for the yes on regional measure three campaign carl gordon oh the measure got the nod and santa clara san francisco so noma alameda san mateo and napa counties solano and contra costa counties voting no but overall it up here's a majority of voters alike the measure and would increase tolls by three dollars and three stages over six years to raise nearly four and a half billion dollars for transportation projects you're frilled that we will be able to deliver those thirty five improvements that have been decades long in the making projects include funding the bar to san jose extension freeway and highway improvements cal train and bay ferry margie schaefer kcbi san francisco police are investigating an unusually horrific death of a woman in the mission district police say while investigating a separate case officers discovered a dismembered and decomposing body piled into a plastic tub underneath the apartments officers were apparently checking on a sixty one year old woman saturday who lived in the apartment and was reported missing just the day before the woman's forty seven year old roommate lisa gonzalez has been arrested and charged with murder police are not giving any other details however the medical examiner's office is reportedly working with the remains to conclusively identified the victim consol this is currently being held under psychiatric observation at san francisco county jail she was given a no bail status authorities are investigating the death of a patient at zuckerberg san francisco general hospital according to a brief statement issued by a san francisco police department spokeswoman on tuesday evening officers were notified of the death of a patient a day earlier on the morning of monday june fourth according to the statement investigators from the police department responded and conferred with the medical examiner the office of the chief of the medical examiner will reportedly continue the investigation to determine the cause of death kcbs reached out to a spokesperson for the hospital who responded by text that he cannot comment on quote any.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The wake of the abuse case in paris involving thirteen siblings more from claudia push shooter with are all new sister station knx in los angeles the focus on was registered as a private school with kids father serving as principal he and his wife are now charged with torture false imprisonment and other crimes to which they have pleaded not guilty assemblyman jose medina's bill would require annual fire inspections for registered home schools heirs no reason to think that homeschool families abused their children at any higher rate than other family debbie sourcres cochair of the legal team for the homeschool association of california one of several groups opposing the bill you do not passed legislation to address rename situation she could contents bill would do nothing to root out child abuse and the inspections would be an invasion of privacy for homeschooling families medina says in a statement the paris case raises questions about the lack of oversight for how schools on the state has responsibility to ensure that each child is in a safe learning environment putting a pest utech kcbs nearly two months after recreational marijuana became a legal in california only about one percent of the state's known growers have been licensed that's according to a report from a cannibus business group california growers association a uc study published last year estimates the newly created state market for recreational marijuana should produce five billion dollars and taxable revenue this year monday's report concludes though that legal revenue could be diminished if more growers can't gain licences despite the controversy over a google mega campus in san jose a strong majority of residents say they support the proposed project he cbs's met bigler has details of a just released pole the poll of four hundred thirty one voters in santa clara county found overwhelming support for gugel bringing up to twenty thousand jobs to san jose over a 10year period as a matter of fact that numbers are off the charts seventy nine percent of sabah's am santa clara county residents support the google village in downtown san jose carl gordon president and ceo of the silicon valley leadership group which commissioned the poll along with the mercurynews says only sixteen percent opposed the project the survey found a majority of residents said jobs were more important than new housing but here on the streets of san jose not hard to find people with concerns support the google project because that's the.

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"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"carl gordon l" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Level it's keep a look at those reps who come from competitive districts uh maybe reps who have been in office a long time who have younger challengers coming in who are willing to take a different position in the days after last week's mass shooting in parkland florida members of the community including and especially many highschool students have been organizing protests and marches calling for changes in our gun control laws melissa call russ kcbs googles for posed mega campus in downtown san jose is getting strong support from local voters according to a new poll k cbs's matt bigler has the numbers when asked if they support or oppose googles plans to build a campus in downtown san jose rather than moving those jobs out of the region seventy nine percent said they support the project only sixteen percent were opposed the poll polls conducted for the mercurynews and the silicon valley leadership group president and ceo carl gordon o san jose and santa clara county voters and taxpayers overwhelmingly supports gluco bringing up to twenty thousand hitech highskill highwage jobs to downtown san jose by the sapa arena over the next ten or twelve years of those polled fifty three percent said the twenty thousand jobs were more important than housing for new residents but on the streets of san jose it's not hard to find folks concerned about the project native son frank silva says it's getting harder and harder to afford to live here even with a good job i do data centres that's what i specialize on so i mean she works for the dmv so we both have really get jobs and you're you're afraid they may not be able to continue to afford to live here absolutely the poll was a four hundred thirty one registered voters in santa clara county in san jose matt bigler kcbs some report released today sites costs and regulatory barriers as the biggest reasons less than 1 percent of california's independent marijuana growers now have state licences according to the california growers association the group responsible for the report that statistic means this year's legal revenue flowing into state coffers coffers could well be less than the five billion dollars the university of california agricultural issues center at estimated in a 2017 study.

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