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"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Twelve the San Francisco board of supervisors voted ten to one to close county jail number four KCBS is Kathy Novak reports activists and city leaders have been calling for the jail to be closed since the nineties the jail has been called dilapidated and seismically unsafe supervisor Sandra Lee fewer every city leader agrees that this system we need to close so let's do what needs to be done currently closed county jail number four the number of inmates in city jails has fallen to less than seven hundred during the pandemic so those at eight fifty Bryant can be moved to other jails that have capacity share of Palmyra moto reversed his opposition to the proposal after working with supervisor fewer on amendments I am extremely grateful the supervisor fewer and her office on the many changes that we have worked on in order to ensure that our office has the flexibility to accommodate any future fluctuations in the general population Catherine Stephanie cast a single vote into sent on the first reading when it comes to crime lower crime is not nine and it's not good enough for me and I just don't feel comfortable with it the final vote is next week in San Francisco Kathy Novak KCBS sports coming up here in a couple of minutes and then six minutes the cinema farmers market is open with some new rules will take either case CBS news time five thirteen sponsored by star one credit union come get the star treatment S. star one Hey there it's Rebecca chorale sheltering in place and bring you the news although I'm guessing you rather I bring you a twelve pack of toilet paper and a dozen eggs sorry to say we're not there for you in the way the case does want to help the bay area stay connected for more go to radio dot com slash stay connected if you really need to if you get ahead this.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Men but this shows it's prudent for guys to be aware of the risks fiance's dad is talking about the life threatening diagnosis he received after he noticed a dot of blood on his T. shirt I immediately went to my doctor I got a mammogram and then it was very clear that I have breast cancer Matthew Knowles tells ABC's Good Morning America from a man's perspective I'm thinking why me he says it's changed his life I have that Brock too that's a mutated which means are for things to be concerned about prostate cancer pancreatic cancer melanoma and breast cancer Knowles underwent surgery in July Deborah Rodriguez CBS news Susan G. Komen foundation says breast cancer screening is only recommended for some men at higher than average risk you do an inherited gene mutation or a strong family history of breast cancer the NRA has declared victory over San Francisco is the city backs off a measure that would have called it a domestic terrorist organization the NRA Stokes fear and promotes a culture of hate San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stephanie draft of the resolution passed last month that directs the city to consider before contracting with any company whether that company has ties to the NRA the IRA sued saying the resolution violated the organization's first amendment rights mayor landed breed now has issued a memo to city departments basically telling them to ignore the resolution as it has not changed contracting policies nor city law the NRA calls it a clear concession but it has not yet withdrawn the lawsuit calls into the board of supervisors and the NRA have not yet been returned I'm Jim rope three fifty five money.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I provided to them was one that that knowledge that we will of course do our constitutional duty to cooperate with this co equal branch but we're going to do so in a way that is consistent with the fundamental values of the American system and we won't tolerate folks on Capitol Hill bowling intimidating state department employees that's unacceptable and it's not something that I'm going to permit to happen state department staffers are preparing to answer questions about the Ukraine call from lawmakers and be ours to medical Montanaro says Pompeii a previously claimed they were being intimidated he wrote this letter to the house foreign affairs committee saying that these individuals need more time to prepare and get proper legal counsel and he claims that Democrats are trying to quote intimidate and bully these career officials and he wouldn't have it that's really the kind of language that's used to try and win a message war and Democrats interpreted it as an attempt to simply delay for president trump I mean Democrats fired back upon pale they said in fact he was the one potentially trying to intimidate witnesses in that quote any attempt to prevent them from talking with Congress is illegal and will constitute evidence of obstruction of the impeachment inquiry and peers dominical Montanaro the murder trial of former Dallas police woman amber Geiger ease in the sentencing phase on Tuesday a Texas jury convicted her of murdering her upstairs neighbor both of John in his apartment a year ago and peers way the good one has more from down. US the jury had three choices when they retire to deliberate amber Geiger's face they can find her guilty of murder guilty of manslaughter or innocent of all charges that Geiger was found guilty of murder means that she now faces a sentence of up to ninety nine years in prison well both of John's family quietly rejoiced the former Dallas police officer look shattered on the nine one one call she'd made that night after she shot both him John in his apartment she repeatedly worried to the dispatcher that she'd lose her job because of what she died instead she faces the prospect of spending decades of her life in the Texas prison cell Wade Goodwyn NPR news Dallas on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average is down three hundred forty eight points or more than one and a third percent the nasdaq is down one hundred fourteen points or nearly one and a half percent. you're listening to NPR from KQED news I'm Brian what San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stephanie introduced a proposal yesterday to address food in security which she called a dire and growing problem in the city access to food should be a basic human right because it is a fundamental human need food insecurity is defined as limited or uncertain access to adequate food is something that affects every neighborhood in every community in the city Stephanie recently held a hearing on the issue especially its impact on low income pregnant women and families she's asking city staff to review why current programs aren't fully addressing the need and they come back with recommendations of what resources are needed to keep families in the city from going hungry. two years after the North Bay wild fires to know my county officials say the region is better prepared to handle a variety of emergencies and hazardous events in a report to the board of supervisors Tuesday emergency management director Chris a godly said improved response capabilities have already been put to the test with events like last winter's flooding in the recent PGA any power shut off or optimistic that many improvements that we had hoped to put into place subsequent to the October seventeen fires maybe in time to be affected during these actual events as well among other things godly says the county has upgraded its alert and warning system and expanded its emergency shelter capacity. it's all going down at the Oakland Coliseum at five o'clock this evening the Oakland eighties host the Tampa Bay rays in the American League wild card game Sean maneira is the ace starting pitcher I'm Brian what KQED news support comes from Stanford health care we're patients and physicians turn when health care matters most support for NPR comes from I drive.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"He wanted to talk about guns that clearly have never shot a gun don't know the difference between a semi assault rifle an assault rifle vice president Biden's was that he wants to have a complete and total assault weapons ban the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives doesn't even define the term assault weapons that could basically mean any gun so I think people need to start getting really specific Beto o'rourke wants to have a complete and total I buy called gun grabbing but he wants to have a mandatory gun buy back how do you think you're gonna come to somebody's house and what are you gonna pay it just doesn't seem like that's rational conversation it's not it's not rational. but all right. do you think is gonna come take somebody's gone. yeah San Francisco which is usually leading the world of insanity yesterday decided Hey. we're gonna come out we're going to declare the NRA a domestic terrorist organization the NRA exists to spread disinformation and knowingly possess weapons in the hands of those who would harm in terror I says that right there is Kathleen. path. Stephanie she is the head of the services go board right. and I like how she says knowingly puts their. you know the guns in the sand so like Hey is there a crazy person or an angry pissed off person over here there is fantastic look load them up. load them up because we love this stuff shop the NRA exists to spread disinformation and knowingly possess weapons in the hands of those who would harm in terrorizes San Francisco's board of supervisors today taking the drastic step of officially declaring the nation's premier gun ownership advocates a terrorist organization supervisor Catherine Stephanie wrote the skating declaration reading in part quote the national rifle association spreads propaganda that misinformed and aims to deceive the public about the dangers of gun violence yeah here's the thing about gun violence without a human being. there is no gun violence. people say how do we stop this other things we can do to mitigate certain things doesn't mean violence is going to happen right just doesn't. we live in a world of protected bubbles. and we've never been a better time in the history of mankind so when the bubble gets burst or when somebody breaches. right. something happens we're like we offer. right. somebody said today people should have the stock people should have any Michael what. because they are bad people so you're blaming the gun again. rational thought stand back for second. rational thought. it's ridiculous you know that twelve your open might. now do I want people to have easy access certain things now can we look at doing some stuff with private sale things that nature well I'm I'm I'm totally on board with I got I got your palms of them talking about certain things that I think that that we could and we should also start enforcing certain also just are being enforced and have been in force for god knows how. but if you want to eliminate all of this then eliminate human beings. it is long as human beings walk talk and think. at some point in time somebody is going to lose the plot they're gonna be angry they're gonna. they're just gonna. go crazy whatever it is and they're gonna do something. how did guns you take away. people will find a way. and then what ana got a limit. just don't expect a limit. don't you this safe the Bible has been. breached over the last month and a half. I think it's a twenty four seven non stop thing. that is just all it is is this is what it is we want to deal with real issues of lack of fathers and home the fact that we don't seem to have any of real. parental figures male parental figures for a for a lot of young men in the movie that's coming out the joker is a great article. and producer Phil we've talked about this I've been talking about this for months. about. the insanity of mirroring the joker what's happening in the world pissed off angry young men who've got no male figure in their life who socket dating who are pissed off and angry at the world and there's an article today talking about it's the rise of the inside. rise of the in cell. yeah it is the rise of these weak. people males. who got nothing. who who feel like they're owed something who had nobody to guide them and say get off your **** and stop whining and **** and moaning. so instead will go label the in our look at the NRA's a mass right hot mess miss. so I'm not going to I'm not a member of the NRA. the second amendment I'm not a member of the NRA. it's not it's not me it's not my thing I understand what they do and and and like so many organizations what they started as whether it's a hundred years ago twenty years ago five and whatever it is what they started as compared to what they are today are two different things. but we're not going to deal with the real stuff if you want eliminate all this violence you want eliminate these things then eliminate human beings eliminate thought. right mind control as much as possible. that's the way if you really want to do it that's what you have to do. well that's stupid Chad that's. long as human beings have free will as long as human beings have. the rights. to think for themselves. if the right to free speech still have the right to be angry tell of the right at times to to to do all full and horrible and stupid and vile things and all of the right to do good. and unfortunately in this day and age we're going to have to deal with the fact that you know what. we're gonna have some people do some bad the X.. but there's a lot more people out that the good six. but we so hyper focus on nothing but the bad. but if you truly want to eliminate all of this then you have to eliminate free thought and you may have limitations three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show is your Twitter feel free to tweet at me I'll do like hearing from you. several people tweeted in talking about the fact we're talking and before the break about the fact that yeah yeah I would you work with the **** and I said I I worked with one I didn't know she was a **** when I hired but she was very good at and somebody said as she was a very good I know she wasn't but you should you know I mean shoes you were open. ****. she grew up in it and she was a good worker of there's a lot of people I've worked with in the past that are the different. parts of the world for my beliefs whether it's politically or you know the morals but I'm not gonna put my morals on you the study other I think we all and you don't know what the person sitting next to you in the queue but you're in in the office next you the person you're serving lunch to the person that yeah that's what. serving you lunch you don't know what they're like you know their belief is any of those things. and I think that's something that that we need to think about. in this day and age of us trying to ban everything and everybody from everything. is stupid it is three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chet Benson shows your Twitter you could read she was not a good **** I will say that. she was not she was. she was she was not what you expect. but she was the **** pin up girl so goes the is always the joke about. she had that the you know kind of punk rock you know like look. but that yeah the tattoos the eighty eight and the you know and some of the other stuff that was on there that if you know anything about World War two you like I know what that is I know you're not gonna get it later but I'm thinking you are so tonight is it is it everybody who's running for president on the left gets their own our forty Middlesex forty minutes of climate change. on CNN I think it's tonight at eight I don't there just I'm just. I don't know and here's a perfect example of of this. climate change where we should have conversations. so to have conversations about climate change about the way it starts and and and little while it goes for until next month. it's a perfect example of what we should be doing when you're talking about climate change how can technology help US advance. with climate change. right whether it's man made or you know or it's just a cyclical thing based on the climate and based on several varying factors hi how can we go about and have an honest conversation. about some and and nobody cares who gets the credit right nobody cares who gets the credit. like now we're just we're all in it we just I I don't care who gets the credit so what can we do so tonight you know they're gonna come on and they're all gonna throughout the day you know I think we should spend eight hundred trillion dollars we should do this we should do that. when I listen to many of them talk about this very rarely do I if this stuff that they that they that they lied with their climate change it leads with what we got here but for the client the claim it's gonna it'll do their thing very rarely is about a you know technology is gonna come along we've got you know carbon capturing things we're looking at things I think will really help because it's about ready for can be serious about really doing something. and then it goes from there too it becomes all about social justice and and all of these things and that's when you lose because what you're looking for you want to grab. more power you'll make government more the central focus of your life. our. the best thing to do is to make a bogey back and that will be mailed to climb it. let us come to get here view angered the climate Godzilla come again yeah. and that's the makes me laugh my **** off it does I want to talk about it I want to look at it in every different way right I want to run ins okay what can we do to make things better and we we live here so let's not this is this where we lived was not properly let's do a better job take care of things how do we use technology how do we not throw our economy and tell people and actually do something that's beneficial as opposed to virtue signalling and we affect ten percent of of the globe's climate maybe fifteen percent and how do we do in a way where it's not. based solely on giving up more power and at the same time you saying if you don't do this wrong and that. so it's too late. it's over. because we've all heard that before right we've all heard that before. and here we are three two three five three twenty four twenty three hatchet Benson showers reporter. tweet that made you love hearing from you speaking you know I I and I said this earlier I did a video check it out seven to show Facebook page. remember the millennial groups the millennials the younger generation the gens ears. globally this is their Cold War globally this is their fight against tearing evil that the **** and the and the axis of evil that well this is their fight right here. they're all coming together to feel good thing he doesn't feel good about saving. you know. bears and and all of that she didn't feel good about that. but underneath it all what's really this thing about. yes I am white stream. stream. and given a set of facts I give him so you're you got a credit card when you put you may have several of them doing pretty good credit man's you looking like all I got a pain nineteen percent that's the average nineteen percent is the average. interest rate like their guys on the street that you meet by it like a phone booth. who will give you money in a bag they will not charge you ninety percent. right and the particulates like you will do none of that you get a credit card consolidation loan get ready for this low as five point nine five percent APR with auto pay plus you can get a.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KGO 810
"That preparations are in place in terms of staging areas temporary homes that have been put into certain low lying areas ready to go if needed we don't obviously first responders are ready in addition to that the National Guard as well as female teams with high water vehicles and also swift water rescue books if needed. the San Francisco board of supervisors has officially declared the national rifle association a domestic terrorist organization or a. has done more to perpetuate and create the sick gun violence epidemic terrorizing our country supervisor Catherine Stephanie authored the resolution following the Gilroy garlic festival shooting blaming the NRA for all recent and past mass shootings in the U. and buy off politicians prevent common sense gun violence legislation prevent gun violence research Intel as in everybody that is the video games movies or mental illness she says the NRA's pitches that more guns is the answer to gun violence. the NRA call supervisors vote a worthless and disgusting sound by remedy to the violent epidemic gripping the nation Michigan as we've been discussing is set to become the first state to ban flavored electronic cigarettes democratic governor Gretchen Witmer today ordering the state health department to issue emergency roles that will prohibit the sale of flavored nicotine vaping products including two adults retailers will have thirty days to comply with the rules once they're filed the rules will almost certainly be challenged in court the KGO business in tech report now brought to you by over a financial wealth managers companies led a broad rally in US stocks are racing much of the market's losses from a day earlier Dow up two hundred thirty seven points today S. and P. five hundred up thirty one points and the federal reserve says the US economy is still growing steadily and most businesses are optimistic even in the face of president trump's trade wars Walmart has won praise from gun control advocates for its decision to discontinue sales of certain gun ammunition I request the customers no longer openly carry firearms in its stores whether those moves will translate into fewer guns on the street remains an open win..
San Francisco passes resolution calling NRA "domestic terrorist organization"
"In San Francisco board of supervisors has passed a resolution officially declaring the NRA a domestic terrorist organization Jim Roop has that story it was unanimous the NRA Stokes fear and promotes a culture of hate supervisor Catherine Stephanie authored the resolution after the Gilroy garlic festival shooting in July she's as along with blocking gun violence legislation and research the NRA promotes more guns as an answer to gun violence if that were true she said America would be the safest country
San Francisco council calls NRA 'domestic terrorist organisation'
"As far as the city and county governments of San Francisco are concerned the national rifle association is officially a domestic terrorist organization Jim rope with more the board of supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night making it official the resolution authored by supervisor Catherine Stephanie after July's shooting at the Gilroy garlic fast none of our peer countries have assault rifles on their street she says the NRA's fight to keep all guns including assault type weapons legal as well as she says promoting more guns as the answer to gun violence perpetuates the NRA exists to spread disinformation and knowingly puts weapons in the hands of those who would harm in terrorizes vest the NRA for comment but not her back at the filing of the
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Has officially declared the national rifle association a domestic terrorist organization the NRA. has done more to perpetuate and create the sick gun violence epidemic terrorizing our country supervisor Catherine Stephanie author the resolution following the Gilroy garlic festival shooting blaming the NRA for all recent and past mass shootings in the U. and buy off politicians prevent common sense gun violence legislation prevent gun violence research Intel as in everybody that is the video games movies or mental illness she says the NRA's pitches that more guns is the answer to gun violence calls for comment from the NRA and the California rifle and pistol association have not yet been returned I'm Jim Moret long Kong's embattled leader Carrie lam is fully withdrawing a controversy old bill that allowed extradition of suspects to mainland China for prosecution and sport three months of dramatic protests in the financial hub. correspondent Steve cast inbound says it's unclear how this will be received by protesters Carrie lam announced the move in a videotaped message released to the public the government will formally withdraw the bill it remains to be seen whether this will be enough to win the demonstrations that have been going on for thirteen weeks in Hong Kong protest leaders have for other demands including the resignation of chief executive Carrie lam greater democratic freedom and an independent inquire re into police brutality I and my principal for shows will reach out to the community to start a direct dialogue she said the release of protesters being detained is not an acceptable demand I'm Steve casting about a little boy who was thrown from a balcony at the mall of America in April has returned home little Landon spent nearly five months recovering in the hospital and will now begin outpatient rehabilitation the five year old was thrown nearly forty feet from a third floor balcony at the mall of America in Minnesota in April by a stranger he suffered significant head trauma and broken bones needing multiple surgeries inpatient rehab the man who threw on pleaded guilty in June since the nineteen years in prison a go fund me page set up for landing has more than a million dollars in donations math Piper CBS news. two fifty five it's money news on K. Y. W. here's Bloomberg's Thomas stocks are higher today gaining back a lot of Tuesday's losses led by shares of banks and technology firms after political tensions have eased up in Hong Kong the Dow up two hundred five points a gain of eight tenths of one percent.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"News time one eighteen and a woman whose Stanford University sexual assault case caused controversy in twenty sixteen and known only as family does van has written a memoir it's called no my name and in it she reveals her real name Chanel Miller. jade accused former Stanford University a swimmer Brock Turner of sexual assault there was outrage when Turner a former Stanford student was sentenced to just six months in jail after being convicted of felony sexual assault numbers memoir will be released later this month. the board of supervisors in San Francisco was officially declared the national rifle association a domestic terrorist organization the NRA. has done more to perpetuate and create the six gun violence epidemic terrorizing our country supervisor Catherine Stephanie all through the resolution following the Gilroy garlic festival shooting blaming the NRA for all recent and past mass shootings in the U. S. buy off politicians prevent common sense gun violence legislation prevent gun violence research Intel as in everybody that is the video games movies or mental illness she says the NRA's pitches that more guns is the answer to gun violence calls for comment from the NRA and the California rifle and pistol association have not yet been returned I'm Jim route when snooze time one ninety let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries are exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna of course you don't.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The US attorney general is standing by his decision not to charge President Donald Trump with obstruction of Justice saying the government could not show corrupt intent beyond a reasonable doubt. NPR's hammer Keith reports William bar is testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee much of the questioning from democrat centered on a letter special counsel Robert Muller, set bar in late March after the attorney general released the principal findings of the report in a four page summary Muller's letter said barred and not fully capture the context nature and substance if a special counsel's working conclusions. Here's bar describing what he says happened next. I talked directly to to Bob Muller about his letter to me. And specifically asked them what exactly are your concerns? Are you saying that the March twenty fourth letter was misleading or inaccurate? Or what he indicate? That it was not Muller's letter called on Barda quickly released detailed summaries created by the special counsels team that's something bar opted. Not to do tamra, Keith NPR news. The White House has sent congress a four and a half billion dollar emergency spending requests to address a situation at the southern US border. The acting head of Owen be sent a letter seeking the money to respond to what he calls the humanitarian and security crisis at the border. The amount includes three point three billion for humanitarian assistance over one billion for border operations and one hundred seventy eight million dollars for mission support that according to the letter some potentially encouraging news for people worried about whether they will still be able to afford to take out a loan to buy home at the height of this spring buying season. Federal Reserve policymakers are expected to leave interest rates unchanged as the wrap up two days of meetings in Washington DC today. NPR Scott Horsely says it even though the unemployment rates low inflation has remained. Check inflation's actually running lower than the Federal Reserve would like to see setting aside volatile categories like food and energy March prices were up just one point six percent from a year ago. According to the feds preferred gauge that means little pressure on the central Bank to raise interest rates for the time. Being in fact, if core inflation remains this low the fed could eventually decide to cut rates since fed policymakers last met in March the Commerce Department has released a report card showing the US economy grew at a better than expected annual rate of three point two percent in the first quarter. President Trump has argued the economy would be growing even faster at the fed not raised interest rates last fall, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington at last check on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average was up twenty one points at twenty six thousand six hundred fourteen NASDAQ was up twenty six points at eighty one twenty two and the s&p was up a fraction at twenty nine. Forty six. This is NPR from. Some news, I'm Brian watt. San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stephanie wants the city to have a stronger ability to seize guns from people considered a threat to themselves or others. But who may not qualify for an involuntary psychiatric hold. We must implement the gun violence restraining order law without further delay Stephanie told the board of supervisors yesterday that she wants the city attorney's office to craft local legislation to use California's law that allows relatives roommates and law enforcement to petition a court to take away a person's guns for up to a year. Her remarks come after a chronicle story about a man who possessed firearms legally and said voices in his head urged him to carry out a mass shooting. State regulators recently launched a review of the shell oil company's plans to sell one of the largest oil pipeline systems in California for at least one hundred twenty million dollars cake. You Ted Goldberg reports the. Energy giant wants to sell the line which carries crude petroleum to bay area refineries to Long Beach based crimson pipeline. This is the line that ruptured twice in two thousand fifteen and twenty sixteen releasing tens of thousands of gallons of oil eastern Alameda County causing six million dollars in damage. The spills prompted the state's fire marshal for the first time to call on a pipeline operator to replace miles of its line. The California Public utilities commission began looking into the proposed sale in recent weeks crimson says the Federal Trade Commission and the California attorney general's office when you approve the deal as well. I'm Ted Gober KiKi Dee.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Million over the course of the year this district supervisor Catherine Stephanie working on the fee and reservation structure with the transportation department fee. And basically the fee will be used to operate the system and for any safety measures in the area and for our ambassador program. We haven't decided yet. But we're looking at around five dollars. I think it should be free. All the time. If legislation passes the full board of supervisors will vote on the feet program in San Francisco Scotla, Terry KCBS and keep it tuned to KCBS. Rely more on the story with KCBS and chronicle insider, Phil matere coming up at five fifty to hit on KCBS east, Oakland where police used surveillance video and witness accounts to ID the seven year old driver suspected of running down and killing a thirty year old mother and her six year old son to the streets right now. KCBS traffic from Cheryl she's coming to us from your local Honda dealers traffic center. Well, this is you shuffle through the MacArthur. Maze with John Atkinson, which way you go. You're gonna find brake lights eastbound eighty around the Berkley curve. That's heavy all the way out towards Golden Gate fields. Five eighty from the maze at stop and go beyond lakeshore. Sluggish out beyond thirteen. I wait twenty four to the call to cut. Yup. That's five eighty all the way into Arinda. It's really slow in the south bay. Everybody back to work back to school east thirty seven from one. Oh, one to eight eighty south six eighty making. Away from calaveras. It's going to go all the way out pass berry essence, south eight eighty one a mess from to thirty seven that goes all the way out past the Alameda. Your next update five eighteen on the traffic leader via area weather forecast. Once again coming for some scattered showers for the next several hours event, and we're going to dry things out completely for the next.
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He was eighty two. This is NPR news from Washington from K Q E D news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. A San Francisco supervisor is calling for a hearing on the natural gas explosion and subsequent fire in the city's inner Richmond district this week. Fire officials believe a construction crew hit a pipeline, sparking a large fire that was fueled by the leaking gas at least four buildings were damaged. It took PG any more than two hours to shut off the gas district two supervisor Catherine Stephanie says people deserve answers. People want to understand I how could this happen? How can we have someone break into a line, and what what actually caused that? And then why did it take so long to shut the gas off for state and federal agencies, including the National Transportation Safety board and the fire department are investigating the incident. A contract. Hoste county. Judge is scheduled to hear arguments this afternoon in challenges. Brought by half a dozen police unions seeking to block the release of officer misconduct in shooting records under a new state law. Alex Emslie reports unions for officers in Antioch Richmond Martinez. Walnut creek and concord as well. As the county sheriff's deputies are arguing the SP fourteen Twenty-one only opens access to police misconduct in use of force information originating after New Year's day. It's just a piece of a broader legal fight that has pitted news organizations and first amendment groups against police unions throughout the state partners are intervening in the contra Costa county cases, arguing that the law opens access to any records in possession of a police department, regardless of when they were created..
"catherine stephanie" Discussed on KCBS All News
"We've got your sports. Can I run up strategy? So all right. We're gonna take you live to a news briefing right now. This is San Francisco mayor London breed talking about a fire today. This was that Geary boulevard and Arthur avenue, Gary and Parker in this particular neighborhood. And unfortunately. This happened. But the good news is that no one was injured or hurt. Thanks to the quick response. That happened with the San Francisco fire department and the San Francisco police department, I am grateful for their service. And at this time, we don't have information as to the number of individuals that are gonna be hacked it. But we do have a number of departments who are here to work with not only the merchants, but the residents who have been impacted by this particular incident. And so at this time, I just wanted to make it clear that the chief has here of the fire department. The police chief is here as well. A Representative from PG as well as the department of emergency management and the Red Cross together we are working to address this particular issue, and we want to appreciate the neighborhood for their cooperation. Appreciate the residents of San Francisco and San francis-. Cisco for avoiding the area why we address this issue at this time. And with that I want to turn it over to the fire chief JoAnne Hayes white to provide some specifics about the incident. Thank you. Mayor breed. Also appreciate coming out here. She was. As well as our district supervisor Catherine Stephanie both were interested in very involved in the stages of this incident at him now responded, so that they'll get a full briefing. Once this conference is over. As the mayor stated at one eighteen we recall to the scene, we very quickly determined and declared a working fire then escalated to a second alarm and a third alarm which equates to one hundred and twenty members of our department. Our understanding is that there was a gas line breached by workers construction workers working on fiber optics. The asphalt. We had free flowing to the gasoline for approximately two hours and fifteen minutes pitching. He did respond to the scene and eventually grew able to mitigate the incident we were under control at four eighteen there were particular challenges. This is a densely populated area. Middle of the day. What we did quickly with our partners in the police department. Parking and traffic as well. As we made sure we cordoned off the area, we put out a lot of information to keep people say all of our collective goals is life safety and happy report at this time, no injuries or missing folks as related to this incident. And what our objective was not only to keep everyone safe. But to contain the fire. It was like I said free flowing for over two hours. And so we put up water curtains, we use a defensive tactics to make sure that our firefighters were kept safe and to protect the other structures. There were a total of five buildings involved. The department of building inspection is on seeing. Assess the structural integrity of all buildings involved. This is still an active incident, but it is under control at this time. Again, under mayor breeds leadership. She prioritizes public safety. There's a team of us all the same objective to get this owner. Gary Parker up and running as soon as possible genie is also on the scene. We'll be batteries questions. And at this time. I know we're going to hear from the district's who Reggie Catherine Stephanie. But this time I'd like to introduce that to say a few words are police chief Bill, Scott. Good evening, everybody. I want to rehash anything said. We are working at city family to get this area back to normal through possible. We realized that there are a lot of people that have been impacted by this. A lot of people that have been impacted by this incident. So we are asking. Area. If you don't happen to be in the area. Gary street will be closed overnight. And so the crews can do the work basically from Beaumont. Beaumont Parker spruce so. Once block area around the incident will be closed off if you live in the area working area, we have officers and parking control officers posted as parameters Jesse see one of them. We'll try to get you to your resonance if we can, but we're asking that everybody voice area, and we're going to work as hard as we can along with the other members of the city family to get this area back to normal as soon as possible. Thank you. Now turned over to Steph. Thank you. I'm Katherine Stephanie the district two supervisor. And first of all just want to start off. I think he may have read for her leadership and her. Public safety reasons why I think we've had such a great response. Chief as wide stop being out here today, all the first responders the rest of the snow. Neighbors know that my office is on hand to help. You navigate the challenges that come from this. We will be listening. Another thing that I wanted to mention is that there is has been designated mel's diner. Thirty three fifty five Kyrie has been designated as a relocation site for those that maybe have been at work today and come home to find this. They can get some support from the Red Cross. And there are plans underway. We it's undetermined as the mayor said exactly how many might be displaced at residents, and we are working on plans at this time to to provide shelter for them this evening. I also wanted to take the opportunity to all the men and women at the San Francisco fire department, I've been out here since about one thirty this afternoon. For the great work that they do each and every day, and certainly this was a challenging incident. Our incident commander, I think it should be somewhere. Rex. Chief hail. Are we going to be classmates twenty nine years ago did a phenomenal job? It's difficult to to track. Everything keep everyone safe. And so I just wanted to a few words, but I just wanted to say he did a phenomenal job in bringing this fire under control. Fire department. Representative Paul Doherty. And I'm sorry. I'm forgetting your name, sir. From PG news now. Here. Is. Claire towns gasoline company. Hello. My name is Blair Jones with Pacific Gas electric company. First and foremost, I just want to make a big shout out to our first responders. We've got a wonderful partnership with them here in the city is Francisco, and of course, throughout the state so big shutout to how they responded in their ongoing partnership. I also want to extend my appreciation to the PG crews responded to the scene. This was not an easy incident is a very complex situation that they were dealing with. But they respond to safely quickly as possible put together a game plan to isolate the system at all times ensured that the area and our first responders themselves were safe. So it'd be shut out to our crews for the work. They did focused now, obviously, he's on restoration. We've got about three hundred customers without gas right now, as you know, it's cold. So we're trying to restore services quickly as possible as we can to them also about twenty five hundred electric customers without service. Again, we know it's cold. And we know it's it's almost after work and people would like to come home to electric and gas service. So we are working around the clock to restore that as quickly as possible. Thank you. Line. The question. She had is what was happening after we alerted to the situation. So first and foremost, we responded to the scene safely as quickly as possible. Once we got on the scene, we assessed it, and like I said before this is a complex situation beneath us sub surface is a complex web of utilities multiple gas lines ranging from two inches to twelve inches. You also have water perhaps fiber optics. You also have electric so it is not a simple just digging right in and isolating valve or pinching off the gasoline. You have to go slow, and that's for several reasons. State law requires us that if we know that there.
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"I'm Dave Mattingly. An attorney for Christine Blasi Ford is describing President Trump's comments in Mississippi last night as vicious and vile at a Republican rally in south haven. The president mocked Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee where she outlined to allegation that US supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexually assaulted her at a party when they were in high school. Here's NPR's Kelsey Snell. The president has made clear that he takes this personally that he he has a personal connection with allegations. And he says what he believes to be false allegations of sexual misconduct. And that is playing a role in the way that he's responding to all of this. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is promising a Senate vote on Kavanagh's nomination this week as the FBI works to finish its investigation into forts allegation and accusations from others Cavanaugh denies them. A Catholic priest in India is apologizing amid sexual abuse allegations made. Against clergy in the south of the country. NPR's sesame to Potter reports from him by archbishop Korea goes baron. Cohen Gara said allegations of free by a Bishop had quote questioned the credibility of structure at a bible convention in the capital, New Delhi. He told the cloud that he supported the nuns who had been railing all summer for the arrest of the accused Bishop the Bishop is now in jail. This is NPR news from Washington. From K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. San Francisco will now demand broader representation of women in the city's public spaces. That's after supervisors passed a measure yesterday that calls for at least thirty percent of public statues to depict women khloe Veldman reports the measure also creates a fund to pay for the design construction and maintenance of the artworks district two supervisor Catherine Stephanie cosponsored, the new ordinance she says, it's a question of representation, the compliments of great women deserve to be recognized along the accomplishments of great men, and this was a step forward to accomplishing this goal and our public spaces bay area artist, Catherine Wagner, has created many public art projects around the world. How latest local piece is scheduled to be unveiled south of market next year. She says it's about time San Francisco gave women greater representation, but she's puzzled at why the city decided to do it thirty. Eighty percent. Get person the now, and I'm wondering why wasn't it? Fifty city officials plan to kick off the new vision for commissioning arts with a statue of Maya Angelou see provides Stephanie says, the famed author and civil rights activist was a fixture of San Francisco's daily life. For years is the city's first African American female streetcar conductor Andalise statue is scheduled to be arrested outside the main branch of the city's public library in twenty twenty..
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"D news i'm brian watt san francisco is banning concealed firearms at public rallies in reaction to concerns about violence raised by a plan far right demonstration last summer supervisors approved the ban yesterday sponsored by supervisor catherine stephanie country with a gun homicide rate twenty five times higher than that of other developed nations and where ninety the americans are shot dead and hundreds more injured every day we're lucky to live in a city that takes gun violence seriously the measure would not apply to federal land the firearms policy coalition calls the ordinance of policy based on fear and ignorance and says that concealed carry permit holders are among the most law abiding people in the state a familiar voice too many of us david wiegand of the san francisco chronicle has died weekend was the longtime co host of the do list and his co host side musica has this remembrance david wiegand was her friend dog lover and someone who seemed to know everyone and everything about the arts in the bay area he juggled two jobs at the chronicle as editor tv critic it somehow he always found time for the do list which we co hosted together for almost nine years in which he often said was his favorite part of the week david loved all kinds of music and theatre and comedy and he was just as excited about discovering young talent public sizing something great that no one had heard of before and david believed that the arts mattered a lot that they could bring us both joy and new insights about the world we're going to miss him i'm siamese accor katie qwerty news we will indeed miss him i'm brian watt support comes from stanford children's health delivering nationally recognized pediatric urology care stanford children's.
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"From cfo institute everyday cfa charter holders in one hundred sixty five countries show their investors their firms and the world that they measure up to professional standards of ethics and conduct cfa institute let's measure up the time is now six thirty one from news i'm brian watt san francisco is banning concealed firearms at public rallies in reaction to concerns about violence raised by a planned farright demonstrations last summer supervisors approved the ban yesterday sponsored by supervisor catherine stephanie a country with a gun homicide rate twenty five times higher than that of other developed nations where ninety americans are shot dead and hundreds more injured every day we're lucky to live in a city that takes gun violence seriously the measure would not apply to federal land the firearms policy coalition calls the ordinance policy based on fear and ignorance in says that concealed carry permit holders are among the most law abiding people in the state a familiar voice too many of us david wiegand of the san francisco chronicle has died weekend was the longtime co host of the do list and his co host siamese accor has this remembrance david wiegand was a friend of dog lover and someone who seemed to know everyone and everything about the arts in the bay area he juggled two jobs at the chronicle as editor and tv critic it somehow he always found time for the do list which we co hosted together for almost nine years in which he often said was his favorite part of the week david loved all kinds of music and theatre and comedy and he was just as excited about discovering young talent publicizing something great that no one had heard of before and david believed that the arts mattered a lot that they could bring us both joy and new insights about the world we're going to miss him i'm siamese accor k kuwaiti indeed we will i'm.
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"Not friend of for people who want to get some kind of gun control passed in in in congress yeah i mean i think t like this happens on you start hearing about air fifteen th and all these different guns and we kind of have this conversation i think you know i think not just those of us in the news who who have to pay attention to this stuff but i feel like it's a country where sort of weary on this and i mean it is kinda fascinating in california we've had for a long time we've had very strong gun laws and we saw just this week a brand new supervisor in san francisco catherine stephanie introduce a bill to take san francisco is already very harsh gun control laws even further this is around concealed carry a public events but yeah it it and it just doesn't seem like it matters as much how much cities and states act when they're still you can you can munich have to have a federal and that's with you know if you can if you have strict guncontrol in california but arizonanevada adult i mean how many californians died in las vegas you know at that in that shooting may it just the guns cross the borders known very easily and you know we'll see if it becomes an issue in it's been sort of obama tried to do something with it the democrats have in recent years been a little gunshy pardon pardon upon but we'll see if you'd think f after sandy hook if nothing substantive happens and when will it and i think what happens in florida well be something to watch and we saw the governor sort of alluded to the fact that he might be willing to talk about this issue in a way that you know that president blair in late and a republican we we see in the the county sheriff there have some pretty harsh words and of course this also brings up the issue of mental health so which was cut in the budget that the trump administration put forward funding for those kinds of things so you know you have to look at the look at what they're saying but also look at what they're doing when it comes to policy and budgets and what are they going to where they're spending priorities yes so that's heavy oil heads a big one big there were also uh in.
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"The state department stocks finished higher on wall street for third straight session led primarily by tech stocks the dow rose 39 points you're listening to npr news from kqed news i'm mina kim has asked us carr's supervisor is calling for a ban on guns at public parks and had marches protests and rallies in the city he kqed's peter john shula reports soup proviso catherine stephanie introduced her socalled free speech protection act inspired by the uproar last summer when a planned extreme rightwing demonstration in the city raised concerns about possible violence she says her legislation is needed to let people expressed their first amendment rights free of intimidation from those carrying concealed weapons it just something that i believe really needs to be addressed or that people feel safe the supervisor is providing a solution to a problem that does not exist craig to lose with the firearms policy coalition says there's never been an incident in california where someone with a concealed carry license has been involved in gun violence at a public gathering on peter john shuler kqed news the family of the man who was fatally shot by a bart police officer last month has filed a legal claim against the transit agency salim tim those family is also demanding criminal charges against bar police officer joseph matoo and the public release of matoos's body camera footage civil rights attorney john burress who has seen the video says police misled the public into believing tyndall was armed when he was shot three times in the back olof palme young woman video poli than thrive and i think that's why the families or horrified by tooth was not i'll give them the legal claim says tyndall shot another man in the leg before the police officer arrived and that tyndall was unarmed when he was shot by the officer i mean it came.