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"castro ramirez" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Great to have you with us. In the days since the U. S. Supreme Court refused to block the New Texas abortion law from taking effect. There's been a lot of attention on what is informally known as the High Court's shadow docket. While most Supreme Court decisions we hear about follow strict procedures for full briefings, leading to oral arguments and a formal decision with an articulated rationale. There is a second track that permits plaintiffs in rare emergency situations to bypass formalities and asked the Supreme Court to intervene, I say rare, but the use of the shadow docket has become increasingly frequent. And since the refusal of the justices to stop the Texas abortion law, the shadow docket has been characterized as a kind of a star chamber decision making process with little accountability. But yesterday Texas was back on the courts Shadow docket, but for an entirely different reason and execution. Texas was set to put 37 year old John Ramirez to death. Last night. He was convicted of capital murder in 2000 and eight for killing and robbing Corpus Christi convenience store clerk Pablo Castro. Ramirez's execution was scheduled for six p.m.. But that time came and went. As it became increasingly clear the U. S. Supreme Court might weigh in on an emergency request to stop Texas from executing Ramirez. Shortly before nine. Last night, the Supreme Court issued an order again from its shadow docket. Not just staying his execution, but also setting up Ramirez's case for a full formal briefing and oral arguments. So why they stay. And what does the Supreme Court's decision? Tell us? Kerry Blake injure has been following this story with the Marshall Project. Carrie, Thanks for your time. Thanks for having me tell us a little bit about why the Supreme Court decided to halt Ramirez's execution in this case, So what did they give any sort of explanation? No. And typically, they don't. Um, I think it became clear around, you know, 7, 30 or eight. This was a little longer than usual. And as it goes later and later sort of conventional wisdom is that it's going to go in the prisoners favor. Um, but as per usual, they didn't say specifically why. We just know that they'll be setting briefing for October and November. Um, What's interesting, though, is that this is very rare. It's rare for the for the Supreme Court to stop and execution relative to the number of executions that there are, but it's exceptionally rare for them to ask for briefings in this case, Could you give us a little bit of background? What is it? Ramirez was asking for. That, uh, ultimately ended up getting the Supreme Court involved. Yes. So this is the latest iteration of an issue that's been going on since about 2019 as of 2018. The Texas prison system had rules that spiritual advisers could be in the death chamber during execution, but only if they were prison staff and the only spiritual advisors that were prison staff were Christian and Muslims. So that year there was a prisoner of Patrick Murphy, who was set to be executed and he wanted his Buddhist spiritual advisor in the death chamber that wasn't allowed under the rules, so he sued. And you know that ended up getting him a stay, and several other prisoners started following suit and pursuing. You know their rights to have spiritual advisers in the death chamber. Um During the last legislative session. There is a bill proposed that would have forced TDCJ to do this. Um, but in the end as Department of Criminal Justice more than $200,000 fighting Prisoners lawsuits over this TDCJ abruptly changed policy earlier this year and started allowing spiritual advisers in the death chamber. But they're not allowed to speak or touch the prisoner. And that is what John Ramirez is suing over as he wanted to be able to pray with his spiritual adviser and have the man lay hands on him as he's dying. Yes, Ramirez. His last request had been for his pastor to hold on to him. But the Texas prison system rejected that request. What was the what was the explanation from TDCJ as to why Ramirez cannot have his pastor touch him during the execution. Well as with all of these sort of spiritual adviser related issues, they have cited sort of broad security concerns. And we don't sometimes get the granular detail as to why they believe it's a security concern, because a lot of their execution protocol is, you know, filed under seal, so We? We don't really get a sense of that. But generally prison systems fight accommodating prisoners because they will cite broad security concerns. What's interesting is that chaplains employed by TDCJ, though, would at least in years past be in the room during executions. Sometimes resting a hand on the prisoners leg, right? Yes, they would. That was actually reported in one of Pan pull off stories from several years ago for Texas monthly, and it's also in one chaplains memoir. So I mean, this is the thing that has happened before. And the idea that, uh, laying hands on someone during an execution would somehow reach Lead to a botched execution. Seems, um you know, a little far fetched. But, you know, I mean, that's sort of that's where we are right now is again arguing over the security concerns. Um, which is sort of what's been going on. You know, in various iterations since 2019 So what's the next step here? Oral arguments in what? October November, Perhaps? Yeah, I'm actually interested to see more. What happens before then because there's another execution scheduled in the couple couple weeks, and I think it will be interesting to see whether other prisoners try filing appeals based on the same if you are wanting to have their spiritual advisers touch them, so we'll have to stay tuned for that. Larry Blake injure has been following this story with the Marshall Project carry thanks so much for taking time to speak with us on the Texas Standard..

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Unseats Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell. It still has a majority of Democrats registered here. But a lot of those Democrats Republicans, and so he's trying to keep them all in the tent and a C shipment of hair weave in wigs in New York has renewed suspicion that Chinese authorities are forcing detained leaguers against their will to create products for the United States that was produced from slaves in those concentration camps. Those here's our from people. The news is first. Live from NPR News. I'm Laxmi saying the White House is publicly disavowing Trade advisor Peter Navarro's Op ed in Yusa today, NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Navarro's editorial pieces critical of Dr Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the US and one of the most prominent figures in the nation's emergency response to the Corona virus pandemic. Navarro's op Ed was published just a day after press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany insisted there was no White House campaign against Fauci and that he was respected adviser in it. Navarro, who has no medical training, outlined a Siri's of instances where he disagreed with Fauci. Navarro claimed Fauci quote has been wrong about everything I have ever interacted with him on to White House officials told NPR. Navarro went rogue communications director Elissa Farah tweeted that Navarro's piece didn't go through the usual White House clearance process and is theater Binion of Navarro alone. She added that Trump values the expertise of medical professionals advising the administration. Trump himself has made a point of saying he has disagreements with Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS nearly a month after the Trump campaign held a huge rally in Tulsa, the governor of Oklahoma, Kevin State, says. He has covered 19. The Republican confirmed today that he'd started feeling the symptoms yesterday and is now isolating at home. Citing the timeline Sted says he's confident he was not infected at the Trump event. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U. S. Will impose visa restrictions on certain employees of Chinese tech companies, including Wa Way, NPR's Jackie Northam Reports. Pompeo calls a telecommunications giant, an arm of Chinese governments. Pompeo says Huawei provide material support to Beijing as its sensors, political dissidents and commit human rights abuses in the northwest province of Xin, Jiang and elsewhere. Pompeo also put telecommunication companies around the world on notice. They're doing business with human rights abusers if they used The Trump Administration Police away and many other Chinese tech companies and social media platforms are being used to feed information back to Beijing and his pressured allies not to use Watari equipment. President. Trump applauded Britain's announcement yesterday that ban Ha wait from five G development in the United Kingdom. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Washington The U. S. Navy says a fire burning on one of its warships is posing less of a threat of causing an explosion because it has moved farther away from the vessel's fuel tanks. A momentary relief in the massive days long operation to extinguish the fire. Ship was docked for maintenance when the fire broke out on Sunday. At last check on Wall Street, the Dow is up 227 points at 26,867. The NASDAQ was up 63 10,551. The S and P s up nearly 1%. This is NPR. Live from the news. I'm Brian what California officials say they plan to issue an emergency regulation that would require health insurance companies to cover the cost of covert 19 tests. They announced yesterday that they are also pushing to move more testing to healthcare offices and local labs Lords Castro Ramirez leads the state business, Consumer Services and Housing agency. This will allow vulnerable populations to be able to obtain appointments at the state testing facilities. State officials also unveiled new efforts to prioritize who gets a test in how fast those tasks are processed. Priority will goto hospitalized patients and people in nursing homes, jails and prisons. Caltrain may face a shutdown later this year because of a reported dispute about how the agency is governed. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors yesterday failed to take a step to begin the process of placing a Caltrain sales tax measure on the November ballot. Some board members want to see Caltrain run as an independent agency. Instead of this part of San Mateo counties Transit District, the sales tax would go before voters in San Francisco San Matteo and Santa Clara County's Caltrain supporters say it's essential to support the agency's continuing operations. Caltrain has no dedicated funding source. It's dependent on fair revenue. Which.

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KCRW

"It's all things considered from NPR and Casey are W. A Wednesday edition starts at three. It's 6 51 Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles. The last couple of days. We told you about problems people are having as they try to get Corona virus tests. Long line struggles to find appointments, etcetera. Now, California health officials have announced New Kuroda virus testing guidelines that will prioritize vulnerable populations. Has the state faces a testing backlog. Lorik livens has Mohr The state will put hospitalized patients among those at the front of the line, followed by health care workers and people who live and work in congregate care settings that have seen outbreaks like nursing homes, homeless shelters and prisons. Essential workers come next ahead of the general population. California's Health and Human Services Secretary, Dr Mark Galli said. This comes amid an uptick in new Corona virus cases and increased demand for tests. We have experienced an increase in testing turnaround time. As the surges across the nation have created challenges of getting tests processed, not just collected. Some counties report test results taking a week or more, in part because of supply chain issues. Callie said one way to address the bottleneck is to move more testing to healthcare offices and local labs Lords Castro Ramirez, who has the state business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency. Says doing that will expand access. This will allow vulnerable populations to be able to obtain appointments at the state testing facilities. Officials say they plan to release emergency regulations that would ensure health coverage reimburse the cost of testing. Sally says the state is averaging around 100,000 of them a day for the California report on Laura Clive ins this week. The Associated Press broke the story that more than 100,000 mail in ballots Senate by California voters in the March presidential primary were rejected, meaning those votes ended up not being counted. This news comes as California moves forward with plans to send mail in ballots to every voter in this state to use in the November election because of the krone virus pandemic to learn more about problems with mail in ballots. I reached out to Kim Alexander, president of the California Voter Foundation. My first question. What were the problems with those mail in votes back in March? The biggest reason why they were rejected was because they arrived too late to count. The other top reasons why belts get rejected in California are that the voter forgets to sign the ballot envelope or the signature they provide. Doesn't sufficiently match their signature on fire with their county election office, But I thought mail in ballots, you know? Ah, lot of people. Obviously we're talking a lot about Malin before the November election. I thought They were supposed to be far more secure and full proof and this is the face of the future when it comes to voting. So what's up with all that? This is a known problem. This has been an issue The California Voter Foundation has been monitoring and working on. Since our first study and to vote by mail back in 2014 when we began to realize that there were these growing piles of vote by mail ballots and county election offices that were going uncounted and started asking why and so over the last 56 years. There actually have been numerous reforms enacted in California to address this issue, starting with giving voters a three day grace period on allowing postmarks to count, you know, used to require that you had to have your ballot. In your county Elections office by a PM on election day in order to be counted, and we we modified that rule, then allowed this Grace period. We even have a longer grace period for November. We still see lots of late ballots. We also have thanks to a lawsuit that the EU filed a couple years ago. We have a new law in California that requires Counties to contact voters who have missing or mismatch signatures and provide them a chance to Give valid signature that the elections office can used to count their ballot and so that that reform has been in effect. Starting this year for all counties, But we still see a significant number of voters not following through are not getting that communication and having their ballots rejected or their equity issues when it comes to vote by mail are their communities that are are more vulnerable when it comes to problems. So vote by mail utilizes some components, particularly the US mail system and a signature that are not as familiar for younger Californians than they are for older, older voters. Younger voters also may have registered to vote. At a time when they were 16 or 17 years old through the pre registration process. And then maybe it's five years. Six years later that they're actually voting and they don't know what their signature looks like on file their signature. Maeve may have changed dramatically. How do we Ah problem proof this process in the days and weeks that remain Well, One thing that voters can do right now is checked their registration status and make sure that they are registered where they currently are living. And if they're not, they need to update their registration. County election offices are working right now to get ready to mail out 20 million ballots to California voters starting in early October. So we want to make sure those ballots connect with voters and then the other tip. I think we really need to get out to voters. Is it if you don't know your signature looks like and why would you mean a lot of people just don't know? What their signature looked like when they registered to vote. You could look at your driver's license or state I d and try to make your signature look like that. And the only thing worse in my view than people, not voting is people attempting to vote. And having their ballots going counted. All right. So much important information. Kim Alexander, president and founder of the California Voter Foundation. Thanks so much, Thank you..

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now. 6 51 Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles. The last couple of days. We've told you about problems people are having as they try to get Corona virus casts a long line struggles to find appointments, etcetera. Now California health officials have announced new Corona virus testing guidelines. That will prioritize vulnerable populations has the state faces. A testing backlog is Laura Cliven, says Maur. The state will put hospitalized patients among those at the front of the line, followed by health care workers and people who live and work in congregate care settings that have seen outbreaks like nursing homes, homeless shelters in prisons. Essential workers come next head of the general population. California's Health and Human Services Secretary, Dr Mark Galli said. This comes amid an uptick in new Corona virus cases an increased demand for tests. We have experienced an increase in testing turnaround time. As the surges across the nation have created challenges of getting test process not just collected. Some counties report test results taking a week or more, in part because of supply chain issues. Callie said one way to address the bottleneck is to move more testing to healthcare offices and local labs Lords Castro Ramirez, who has the state business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, says doing that will expand access this wall out vulnerable populations to be able to obtain appointments at the state testing facilities. Officials say they plan to release emergency regulations that would ensure health coverage reimburse the cost of testing. Sally says the state is averaging around 100,000 of them a day for the California report. I'm Laura Clive Ins this week Associated Press broke the story that more than 100,000 mail in ballots Senate by California voters in the March presidential primary were rejected. Meeting. Those votes, too, ended up not being counted. This news comes as California moves forward with plans to send mail in ballots to every voter in this state to use in the November election because of the krone virus pandemic. To learn more about problems with mail in ballots. I reached out to Kim Alexander, president of the California Voter Foundation. My first question. What were the problems with those mail in votes back in March? The biggest reason why they were rejected was because they arrived too late to count. The other top reasons why valets get rejected in California are that the voter forgets to sign the ballot envelope. Or the signature they provide. Doesn't sufficiently matched their signature on file with their county election office, But I thought mail in ballots, you know? Ah, lot of people. Obviously we're talking a lot about Malin before the November election. I thought They were supposed to be far more secure and full proof and this is the face of the future when it comes to voting. So what's up with all that? This is a known problem. This has been an issue The California Voter Foundation has been monitoring and working on. Since our first study and to vote by mail back in 2014 when we began to realize that there were these growing piles of vote by mail ballots in county election offices that were going uncounted and started asking why And so over the last 56 years. There actually have been numerous reforms enacted in California to address this issue, starting with giving voters a three day grace period on allowing postmarks to count, you know, used to require that you had to have your ballot. In your county Elections office by PM on Election day in order to be counted and we we modified that rule and allow this grace period We even have a longer grace period for November. We still see lots of late ballots. We also have thanks to a lawsuit that the EU filed a couple years ago. We have a new law in California that requires Counties to contact voters who have missing or mismatch signatures and provide them a chance to Give valid signature that the elections office can used to count their ballot and so that that reform has been in effect. Starting this year for all counties, But we still see a significant number of voters not following through are not getting that communication and having their ballots rejected or their equity issues when it comes to a vote by mail are their communities that are are more vulnerable when it comes to problems, so vote by mail. Utilizes some components, particularly the US mail system and a signature that are not as familiar for younger Californians than they are for older, older voters. Younger voters also may have registered to vote. At a time when they were 16 or 17 years old through the pre registration process. And then maybe it's five years. Six years later that they're actually voting and they don't know what their signature looks like on file. Their signature may may have changed dramatically. How do we Ah problem proof this process in the days and weeks that remain well, One thing that voters can do right now is checked their registration status and make sure that they are registered where they currently are living. And if they're not They need to update their registration. County election offices are working right now to get ready to mail out 20 million ballots to California voters starting in early October. So we want to make sure those ballots connect with voters and then the other tip. I think we really need to get out to voters. Is it if you don't know your signature looks like and why would you mean a lot of people just don't know? What their signature looked like when they registered to vote. You could look at your driver's license or state idea and try to make your signature look like that. And the only thing worse in my view than people, not voting is people attempting to vote. And having their ballots going counted. All right. So much important information. Kim Alexander, president and founder of the California Voter Foundation. Thanks so much, Thank you..

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KGO 810

"Learning in the fall in the Bay Area is the Mount Diablo School district in the East Bay. The decision was made during an online school board meeting that included concerns from parents, Mount Diablo School district joints West Contra Acosta Copeland, Fremont in Santa Clara and announcing distance learning. For the start of the school year next month. California will now allow people to get Corona virus tests at doctor's offices, pharmacies and laboratories who is part of an effort to reduce the testing backlog and expand testing to underserved areas. Lords Castro Ramirez is secretary of California's business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency moving as much testing us possible to these providers. Or to local labs. We can increase access to testing and be able to identify the patients who meet the highest testing priority. Officials say. The state has averaged more than 100,000 daily covert 19 tests over the past two weeks. But a backlog of cases has delayed results. And that's lessons California's ability to reduce the spread of the virus. I'm Paul Rodgers, kgo, 8 10 A national coaching organization says a prolonged pandemic shutdown is likely to result in catastrophic consequences. Vue Sports and the kids who play them. The physical and mental toll. The suspensions of youth sports programs are likely to have on kids are as bad as the economic consequences on the programs themselves. The positive coaching alliance has one in four programs will not survive the shutdowns and when what's left to return, coaches are going to need more training to handle the issues kids will likely have and display on the field and the courts. Youth sports teach kids So many things from work ethic to physical health and commitment to sportsmanship, Learning howto win and lose graciously important life lessons. They're not getting right now. I'm Jim Room. Update your drive on KGO. We're off to a slow start on the ultimate past. Sponsored by Tri Counties. Bank Hears Kg Is Mark Nieto from Chilton Auto Body Traffic.

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Slight majority of Republicans as well. The pole comes after President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Threatened to withhold federal funding from schools that choose not to reopen. Schools in California have already decided to hold online classes exclusively, while New York schools are waiting for covert 19 infection rates to drop below 5% before opening. Meanwhile, Sacramento City Unified, which has over 80 schools in the region, has yet to take a hard stance on whether or not they'll completely reopen. Or remain closed. Brody Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK the Orange County Board of Education, voting to reopen all school campuses without thinking people social distance or wear masks. KP Kay's Bill Hewlett has more tonight. The board said. Social distancing is not necessary, and students and teachers wearing masks is not only tough to enforce, but quote. May even be harmful. They're also not recommending classroom sizes be cut down, but are suggesting temperature checks. The decision was met with protests outside the education office in Costa Mesa, Orange County's 28 individual school district. Still get to make the final call and how they'll reopen campuses. If they do it all filled Hewlett News, 93.1 KFBK A Sacramento is seeing even more restrictions being placed as Kobe 19 numbers go up a warning from the mayor of Los Angeles today, saying he's very close. To declaring a shutdown. Again. We'll get more from ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles with Cove in 19 numbers here in Ally Rising Mayor Eric Garcetti. Using a new color coded system, says L. A. Is very close to entering emergency red status. We're on the border of going to read. It is up to all of us to make sure that we don't write. Now Allah is in orange red would mean strict. Stay at home orders in place again, ordering the people here stay home except for exempted work. An emergency errands like stone. ABC dares LOS Angeles Amid the coven 19 pandemic, many are afraid to take a trip to the hospital. KPK Sze Marshall Benson report. Attitudes towards Hospitals have changed during the nationwide Corona virus Pandemic and CEO and President of Dignity Health's here Nevada Memorial Hospital, Dr Brian Evans says. There is a newfound reluctance from the public to get help from hospitals. People have been reluctant Tio come into the merge department or call 911 And I think that there is a fear element here. I think people are nervous about coming into hospital. E R visits are down 42% and 911 calls are down 29%. Dr. Evans is worried that those with serious symptoms aren't getting the care that they need, especially when it comes to heart attacks and strokes were really concerned that there's people that are out there with symptoms that need to get checked out, and they might be holding off on doing that, And that's just Not a good idea. Dr Evans assures the public that there is plenty of personnel and safety in place to take care of anyone who might need help. Marshall Benson News, 93.1 KFBK the San Joaquin County Sheriff says he recently tested positive for cocaine, 19 and a Facebook video. Sheriff Pat Withrow says he's fine now, and the symptoms that showed up June 30th have gone away. Even so, he is urging residents to be vigilant. If you start not feeling well or anything like that, please get yourself tested. I know it's a long lines and Takes a while to get the results now, But let's make sure we take care of ourselves and our families and everybody else. Sheriff Withrow says He's very fortunate that the virus didn't progress and blessed that no one in his family has shown symptoms. Of covert 19 during today's public health Testing Taskforce Conference call Secretary Lord is Castro Ramirez highlighting what the state is doing to get sustainable testing resources to those in need. Part of that effort will involve movie more testing to healthcare provider offices and laboratories to allow state testing sites to focus on individuals who are harder to reach and at a higher risk of Kobe 19. Ramirez explains how the task force is taking action to bring the plan to fruition. Today, Our licensing boards will begin reaching out to doctors and pharmacists decision assistance in nurse practitioners. We will encourage them to partner with us in this effort to expand testing capacity but performing covert 19 testing in their offices. Today's announcement comes on the heels of Governor Newsome's order clothes order closing majority of indoor activities to try to mitigate the virus..

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It takes the total number of so called quarantine states to 22 a number that's been growing weekly. A potent greenhouse gas on his methane is on the rise, according to a new study, scientists warn that could dramatically increased climate change. NPR's Lauren Summer is more The atmosphere is warmed by both carbon dioxide and methane. But you can think of methane as a thicker blanket. It's about 28 times better at trapping heat. And humans are adding more of it to the atmosphere, according to the global carbon project that comes from leaks from oil and gas wells and pipelines. It also comes from farmland and from the digestive systems of cows and livestock. All methane emissions are growing from many countries, Europe has been able to cut its emissions by using less fossil fuel and eating less meat. Lauren Summer NPR News on Wall Street, The Dow is up 556 points. The NASDAQ rose 97 points today. You're listening to NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Siler, California Health officials announced New Corona virus testing guidelines today, the state will outline tears that prioritize who gets a test and how fast those tests tests are processed. Priority will goto hospitalized patients and people in nursing homes, jails and prisons. State officials also announced an effort to move more testing to healthcare offices and local labs. Lourdes Castro. Ramirez, who heads the state business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, says the move is allowed to expand testing this wall out vulnerable populations to be able to obtain appointments at the state testing facilities. Officials say they plan to release emergency regulations that would ensure health coverage, including the cost of tests. Louie's restaurant near San Francisco's Cliff House, announced yesterday that it will close permanently because of Cove in 19 Alice will flee has more perched above the Pacific Ocean on the western edge of the city. Louie's restaurant has been serving up classic American food for 83 years. But after a four month closure, with no end to the pandemic in sight, it was announced that the family owned restaurant would shut down permanently. In a statement posted to Facebook, the restaurant's owner, said that the decision to close was difficult, but they felt that indoor dining created an unsafe environment for staff and that to wait out the pandemic was financially unreasonable. Closure comes amid a surgeon Corona virus cases yesterday, Governor Gavin Newsom re imposed a state wide ban on indoor dining..

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Were combating both from within and externally for multiple access points. The helicopter squadron HST three conducted Maurin 1200 helicopter water bucket drops, which is cooling the superstructure and flight decks, which is really the key enabler for crews to get onboard internally to fight the fire. All the people among the 61 sailors and civilians who were treated for smoke it elation and heat exhaustion are now all out of the hospital. The latest daily report from county health officials says there were 539 new cases out of more than 7200 test for covert 19 that represents 70% of the test being positive above the 14 day rolling average. County says there were three new outbreaks in community settings. Those included one of the restaurant, one of the place of worship and one of the home, and there were 14 more deaths from Cove in 19 reporter today, with the total now at 436. Meantime, the States announced a new plan for covert 19 testing in California that a profit of public health says the aim is to prioritize test for those who most need them by getting clinics, doctors and other health care providers to give test of patients who do need them. Be more testing to healthcare provider offices and laboratories to allow state testing sites to focus on individuals who are harder to reach and at a higher risk of Kobe, 19. That's California's secretary of the business and consumer agency Lords, Castro Ramirez, who says the new state guidelines called for health plans to cover the cost of testing. And the setting of City Council today unanimously approved Mayor Fuckers plan for easing permits and fees to help restaurants and retail businesses hurt financially by covert 19 the mayor's office that the council's action allows businesses to use adjacent on street parking to operate while also waving a majority of permitting fees. The ordinance also encourages eateries at a retail to become what the mayor's office calls street Aries and ST Tail by allowing businesses to expand onto on street parking spaces, Sidewalks and parking lots. On Wall Street. The Dow today closed up 556 points. It's 504 Let's check out the freeways..

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KGO 810

"In California after a judge ruled the delicacy cannot be prevented from importation from out of state. California's ban on the fattened duck and goose liver was challenged by out of state producers. Appeals court upheld the ban. But today a judge ruled for the plaintiffs, including farmers and Canada and New York Marin County couple is pleaded guilty to bribing their daughter's way in the USC is part of the college admissions cheating scheme. Under their plea deals, Diane Blake has agreed to serve six weeks in prison, while Todd Blake has agreed to serve four months. California will allow people to get Corona virus test that doctor's offices, pharmacies and laboratories under new guidance issued today. The move is part of an effort to reduce the testing backlog and expand testing to underserved areas. Lord as Castro Ramirez is secretary of the state's business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency by moving as much testing us possible to these providers or two local labs. We can increase access to testing and be able to identify the patients who meet the highest testing priority. Dad will help us focus on the highest worths. Californians, officials say the state has averaged more than 100,000 daily covert 19 tests over the past two weeks, but a backlog of cases has delayed results and that has lessened California's ability to reduce the spread of the virus. Looking for an easier way to find your next job. It's time to get Snow Express employment professionals. Final location near you at express pros dot com. Let's check your drive. Now, starting with a stolen the body. Sha Bridge. Here's Clark from the Children. Auto Body Traffic desk. Manisha Bridges stall sound found mid span. It's in the middle lane of traffic. Count friends on the way to scoop that up and get it out of your way. Novato North bound. Wanna one after Highway 37. Watch out for a roll of carpet in the right hand laid there in Antioch westbound for before Laurel. It's a mattress in the left hand lane. Slow traffic building on the shore Freeway Now out of the maze, it's slow and go east, about 80 from the maze up to university, then picks up a bit. Fremont stop and go north, down 6 80 between South Mission and North Mission and in Sonoma County eastbound 37 already a jam from Lake Bill Out past the Raceway North, down one on one now crawl hospital curve across the eastbound skyway. Out on to the lower deck of the Bay Bridge sunny.

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KGO 810

"And the radio newsroom. This report sponsored by Lifelock, California officials are issuing new guidance in an effort to increase Corona virus testing and reduce a backlog of cases. Lourdes Castro Ramirez, secretary of the state's business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, says it'll improve access to testing and faster turnaround times Today, our licensing boards will begin reaching out to doctors and pharmacists, physician assistance and nurse practitioners. We will encourage them to partner with us in this effort to expand testing capacity by performing covert 19 testing in their offices. She says new effort will allow state testing sites to focus on people who are harder to reach and at higher risk of covert 19. A spike in infections linked to fraternity parties is complicating efforts to bring students and faculty back to the UC Berkeley campus. The university had reported 23 covert 19 cases since March. But it recently confirmed 47 Mohr in just one week. Berkeley epidemiology professor Art Rheingold says infections seemed to increase after the party's ramped up. It clearly reinforces what many people already knew. Which is that this is not going to be easy on the changing behaviors of large numbers of young, generally healthy people is going to be very difficult University said last month. It's fall semester would include limited in person classes with strict social distancing rules, but the schools, health officials say the recent spike in cases could derail those in person plans. A popular San Francisco restaurant near Ocean Beach, is closing its doors permanently due to the pandemic. Owners of Louise Restaurants say the decision came after much deliberation and a lot of tears. The restaurant opened 83 years ago on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and offered some of the best views in the city. Isn't that where ah shrimp Louise began. I don't know. Crab Louise. I think so, maybe left. Google AA convicted felon faces charges of driving from Washington state to the Bay Area, intending to harm a local stockbroker, Authorities say. James David Allen was found sleeping in a stolen car in pinot last week with a loaded assault rifle, Prosecutors say. Alan Alan said he was willing to shoot it out with his arresting officers. They.

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"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"castro ramirez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This translator says he was ready to work for the U. S for a dollar and they're like with $50. Okay. 50 bucks was my dad's salary for six months, and Norway is easing Corona virus restrictions and opening up two lovers. They called me and she was just a ball and I don't know what's wrong. No, you could finally come. I'm Carol Hills, those stories and more ahead in the world. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear, According to a federal judge. The Trump Administration has agreed he will send its plan to bar international students from staying in the U. S if their classes are all online due to the Corona virus pandemic. NPR's listen at morning reports. It comes after several states cities and universities sued the government over the new rule. Harvard and admit you were set to argue in federal court in Massachusetts, not the directive, announced last week was untenable and dangerous for students and onerous for colleges already navigating a complicated situation amid the current pandemic. Before that could happen. Judge Alison Burrows announced that schools have reached an agreement with the Department of Homeland Security and U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agencies are rescinding the guidance schools will now follow a previous exemption. Allowing flexibility regarding student visa eligibility for the duration of the emergency. Listen. Bernie NPR NEWS another grim milestone for Florida, which has surpassed its previous one day record for covert 19 deaths. State officials, they're announcing 132 new desk, pushing the States seven day average, more than double what it was just two weeks ago. One area that's seen a big upsurge in cases is Miami and speaking in a roundtable event with photos. Governor Miami Mayor Francis Wars acknowledged the city may not have shut down sufficiently. I think the fact that things have sort of Not gone according to plan. Or maybe people have been aggressively non compliant as ah. My former manager would say. He has created a scenario under which this this virus has grown much much quicker than I think people anticipated. Alabama, Florida, North Carolina have all reported increases in covert 19 deaths. Corona virus cases Rosen, 46 of 50 states last week over the previous week. New York's governor says out of state visitors from Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin should quarantine for 14 days help stop the spread of the Corona virus. NPR's Hansi along reports New York State is also requiring travels from certain states who fly in the airports show proof they've completed forms that their contact information and travel plans. 22 states with rising numbers of people testing positive for the corner virus are now under New York State's travel advisory. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says visitors who flying to New York airports will be greeted by police officers who will help check of travelers from the restricted states have filled out a form on paper or online. Those you do not fill out a form could face a $2000 fine and be required to attend a hearing. It's not clear how New York is making sure every traveler under the travel advisory actually quarantines for 14 days after landing. A spokesperson for the governor tells NPR that it's upto local health departments to follow up on the long NPR NEWS NEW YORK prices The consumer level took a bump up in June, The Labor Department reporting today. The 6/10 of a percent increase in the cost of market basket of goods followed declines in March, April in May. A big surge on Wall Street today, the down jump 556 points. This is NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Siler, California Health officials announced New Corona virus testing guidelines today, the state will outline tears that prioritize who gets a test and how fast those test gets processed. Priority will go to hospitalized patients and people in nursing homes, jails and prisons. State officials also announced an effort to move more testing to health care offices and local labs. Lord is Castro Ramirez, who heads the state business Consumer Services and Housing Agency, says the move is a way to expand testing this wall out vulnerable populations to be able to obtain appointments at the state testing facilities. Officials say they plan to release emergency regulations that would ensure health coverage, including the cost of tests. Some gyms in Sonoma and Solano counties had just reopened. When they got word this week from the state. They'd have to shut down again, these Shannon Lin reports At his daily briefing Monday. Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the shutdown of indoor activities, including gyms and places of worship and counties on the state's Koven 19 Watch list, setting the rise in cases. Sonoma and Solano counties are on that list and in snow margins were given the green light to reopen just several weeks ago. Cinema Fit owner Jenny Kovacs says county health officials reassured her over the weekend that should be able to keep her gym open. We've only been open a few weeks we've invested thousands and thousands of dollars into revamping our facilities in order to me, Tony and state and federal health mandate CDC regulations, Kovac says she may be forced to furlough employees she just rehired last month..

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