19 Burst results for "Cisco Bay"

"cisco bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Brilliant sunshine on tap for both tomorrow and Thursday behind tomorrow and Thursday 62 to 66 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk 55 in l grow Citrus Heights. Also 55 degrees and gold has 57. It's 5, 11 now and kfbk. So the CDC advisers voted today. Their recommendation on who should be first in line for the approved covert vaccine. They decided it should be health care workers and then residents of long term care facilities, and we do have a Twitter poll going on this, but it's kind of on the fritz. So you may or may not to see a total there, but we are getting some pound to 50 calls. It's interesting. Firefighters have said they wanted what union members have said they should be first, and we'll get a couple of our pound to 50 colors that came in with their thoughts. I think they should take a generation of all the truck drivers bringing medical equipment, vaccines, groceries. These people are vital. I think they should be one of the first ones that get it, too. I shouldn't be overly in there which are minnows on teacher's first caregivers. They growing up protection and someone instead she themselves protected. But we need a kid back in school and exact people that was vulnerable first. Okay, so truck drivers, teachers Yeah, you can weigh in. You tell us who you think should be the first to get the vaccine again. The CDC said they thought it would be health care workers and then residents of long term care facilities, you know, nursing homes and so forth. So it's bound to 50 on your smartphone. Then you just say, open mic. And then you just record your comments and we'll play them. Listen happen. Our will revisit this. Well. Some of the toughest covered restrictions are in Santa Clara County, home to two million people in the service, Cisco Bay area and now the county is enforcing its rules with hefty fines in Northern California, Santa Clara County, where anybody traveling over 150 Miles now has to quarantine hotels or closed everybody but essential workers and the San Francisco 40. Niners can't play at home anymore. The county says its enforcement teams just wrapped up a black Friday crackdown, issuing over $115,000 in fines for businesses failing to follow Cove in 19 rules mandated by the county. And that was a B C's. Alex Stone will still no stimulus package agreement in Washington. We'll take a look at that ahead a news 93.1 cave decay and live everywhere on the I heart radio app. With traffic reports. Every 10 minutes on the 10 this morning keeps rocked a fairly quiet start on the freeways around Sacramento mornings and afternoons. Look out. He's bound traffic hazard in the number two lane, we move you.

Santa Clara County CDC Alex Stone AccuWeather Twitter Sacramento Cisco Bay San Francisco Washington Northern California
"cisco bay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:31 min | 7 months ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Next. We hear from the leaders of a nonprofit called US Digital Response about how they're addressing the pandemic by connecting governments with pro bono help from technology experts deejay Patil, President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. You know the place. I wanted to kind of start this conversation with you. Is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When, when, when? Back in March, 16. You know we had 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. Sam Cisco Bay Area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before a governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state. Ouchy had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by a former U. S deputy chief technology officer is like John He was here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that hope to scale beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like Government service is like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general, and I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so Probably. Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hand sign up online just to say, Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. And so I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between tech and I just want to help and governments in need and when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Release is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good night background is in Tech Azan Engineering executive You know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who succeed beyond their wildest dreams like what would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people and the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact it scale back in March. In this tiny thing that you're talking about. There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface Go like the hacker news readings that to try and find ways to help and it seemed to me like a lot of the Things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments. Let's help them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The man's privilege of having the time of the financial security volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing really walk us through. How does an engagement work? Like what? Like You can't just show up Tio like government offices these days, Even if you're wearing peon, a mask like what's what's that virtual knock look like in what's the pitch of The U. S digital response. Help someone understand what Yu know. Technologists like you and Raph can offer Yes. So something that I think is kind of really interesting about our team is it is basically this unique mix almost. I think 50 50 of Really experienced him technologists and people who work in government and so from Day one. We've had a bit of this DNA where we have really been really deliver it about kind of needing government partners where they are and by having half the team people who work in government. They kind of just know who to reach out to how to approach that first conversation and how to offer help. That said. I mean, the shortest everything we do. It was remotely something that's kind of fun about the USTR team is Many of us have never met in person, but have spent maybe every day working together for four months and may not get a chance to meet in person for a while longer. So we do everything over calls and something in that first call. The first thing we usually ask is just how can we help? So you know, we have a government partner on the phone on the zoom call, and we say, What do you facing? Just tell us about the problems. And we're just going to figure out a way to give you what you help. I think. In the beginning, there was a lot of skepticism. Both kind of likely He's just three volunteers like what can you really do? And as the time as time has passed, we figured out that there's a few different things like sometimes where it could just be the sort of friendly voice in the room where we've actually worked with government partners to help them evaluate. You know, vendors and existing technology they have And in some cases, we've been able to build tools for them, and I think as we as we taking on more projects and build things for one partner, we've also been able to show that the other two other teams think of big learning that we've had is A lot of the problems that we see are not unique to that one sitting in that state or that county. Maybe I'll even go. So extremists say I think nothing we see is unique to one place. Almost basically, everything we see is probably operable in another place. So now we try to know what to do is when we get on that first call will say, by the way. In case this is applicable to your team here, like 10. Other things we've seen from other government teams, and we're happy to help you in the same way on that also helps people get kind of started with thinking about different ways that we can help you and maybe get you let you know this kind of two parts of this. I'd love for you to expand on what one is. You know the work that you've really lead in in the creation of Code for America and You know, helping people get food assistance.

US USTR partner Raph Tio Tech Azan Engineering California Lee Jennifer Palka Cisco Bay Area deejay Patil Ouchy scientist Newsome America President Obama John He U. S
U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

Commonwealth Club

05:38 min | 7 months ago

U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

"President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. You know the place. I wanted to kind of start this conversation with you. Is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When, when, when? Back in March, 16. You know we had 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. Sam Cisco Bay Area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before a governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state. Ouchy had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by a former U. S deputy chief technology officer is like John He was here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that hope to scale beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like Government service is like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general, and I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so Probably. Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hand sign up online just to say, Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. And so I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between tech and I just want to help and governments in need and when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Release is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good night background is in Tech Azan Engineering executive You know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who succeed beyond their wildest dreams like what would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people and the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact it scale back in March. In this tiny thing that you're talking about. There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface Go like the hacker news readings that to try and find ways to help and it seemed to me like a lot of the Things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments. Let's help them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The man's privilege of having the time of the financial security volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing

United States Ustr Tech Azan Engineering TIO President Obama Jennifer Palka California Cisco Bay Area Scientist Ouchy LEE Newsome Raph Deputy Chief John He U. S Executive Officer
"cisco bay" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:21 min | 7 months ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KGO 810

"Next. We hear from the leaders of a nonprofit called US Digital Response about how they're addressing the pandemic by connecting governments with pro bono help from technology experts deejay Patil, President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. I know the place. I wanted to kind of start This conversation with it is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When? When, when? Back in March, 16. You know we have 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. The San Cisco Bay area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before Governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state County had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by former U S deputy chief technology officer is like John, who's here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that help to skill beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like government services like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general. And I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so probably Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hands signed up online just to say Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. So I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between check, and I just want to help and governments in need And when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Elise is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good. My background is in Tech Azan engineering executive, you know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who will succeed Be under one of the streams like what? What would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like, I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people in the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact at scale back in March. In this time of night you're talking about There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface go like the hacker news reading, set to try and find ways to help. And it seemed to me like a lot of the things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments lets them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The most privilege of having the time of the financial security to volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing really walk us through. How does an engagement work? Like what? Like you can't just show up Tio like government offices these days, even if you were in pee pee in a mask. Like, what's what's that virtual knock look like and what's the pitch of the US visual response to help someone understand what Yu know? Technologists like you and Raph can offer Yes. So something that I think is kind of really interesting about our team is it is basically this unique mix almost. I think 50 50 of really experienced him technologists and people who work in government and so from Day one. We've had a bit of this DNA where we have really been really deliver it about kind of needing government partners where they are and by having half the team people who work in government. It kind of just know who to reach out to how to approach that first conversation and how to offer help that said. I mean, the shortest everything we do. It was remotely something that's kind of fun about the USTR team is many of us have never met in person, but have spent maybe every day working together for four months and may not get a chance to meet in person for a while longer. So we do everything over calls and something in that first call. The first thing we usually ask is just how can we help? So you know, we have a government partner on the phone on the zoom call and we say, What do you facing? Just tell us about the problems. And we're just going to figure out a way to give you what you help. I think. In the beginning, there was a lot of skepticism. Both kind of likely He's just three volunteers like what can you really do? And.

US USTR Raph Tio Lee California Jennifer Palka deejay Patil San Cisco Bay scientist U S Governor Newsome partner President Obama Elise executive state County deputy chief
Elon Musk says Tesla restarting Fremont factory

Michael Berry

00:14 sec | 11 months ago

Elon Musk says Tesla restarting Fremont factory

"Tesla will start making cars again and at Stanford Cisco bay area factory after making peace with local government the Alameda county public health department tweeted early today that the plant in Fremont can go beyond basic operations and resume

Tesla Fremont Stanford Cisco Bay Alameda County
"cisco bay" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst. Frozen and trump says the. Us is marshalling every resource available to fight the corona virus in his daily Corona virus. Briefing trump says he approved requests for Major Disaster Declarations for New York California and Washington State. Activating the National Guard to help with their fight. Against the pandemic we have large quantities of medical equipment and supplies on the way based on all of this to those states including respirators surgical masks and gown stay shields coveralls and loves with large quantities already delivered to Washington and to New York he also says the US Ns Mercy Naval Hospital. Ship will head to Los Angeles to provide additional medical capacity to the city's hospitals and trump announced a new public private partnership with the Department of Energy Tech companies and others to use what he calls supercomputing resources to fight the virus corona virus cases and deaths in. Italy rose again today but the increase in smaller numbers than they did yesterday impure Sylvia Pohjola reports. The data was released today after the government further tightened a lock down the number of people who died from Koefoed nineteen in the last twenty four hours. Six hundred fifty one. Almost a hundred and fifty fewer than Saturday's number of deceased the total number of covert nineteen cases rose to more than fifty nine thousand the lowest rise in percentage terms since the virus was identified in. Italy a month ago Civil Protection Agency chief under LOBODA. Lisa hope this downward trend would continue in coming days but he stressed strict lockdown measures decided by the government must be fully enforced late last night. Prime Minister Picante announce the total shutdown of all production facilities except those essential to maintaining the nation's supply chain so via Pohjola. Npr News Rome this entrance. Cisco Bay area expect to open a rapid testing facility tomorrow. Geared toward first responders healthcare workers with recent exposure to the grown virus as well as symptom matic members of the public. Sarah Husseini for member station K. Q. E. D. reports a local fire. Chief is leading the charge. In the city of Hayward Fire Chief Garrett Contreras says he has secured public funds and a partnership with the Silicon Valley lab to offer up to three hundred and seventy tests a day over the next month. That one of his fire stations with results back within six to twenty four hours. He hopes the effort will be pissed off working and decrease the pressure on hospital. Emergency rooms if successful. He hopes other fire departments will follow suit. There's enough equipment out there in my belief. It's just not at the places that I need to because it's not organized the way that we would organize resources in the fire service tests are free regardless of city or immigration status and do not require an existing doctor's referral for NPR news. I'm Sarah Hosseini. You as futures contracts are trading lower at this hour you're listening to. Npr News in Syria. The government has announced the first confirmed case of the corona virus. Npr's ellas Fordham reports. The country's health services are ravaged by war nine years of civil have seen hospitals targeted by airstrikes in rebel areas and impoverished in government-held cities the World Health Organization consider Syria a very high risk country. Where it will be difficult to combat. The spread of Corona virus. Seventy percent of the country's medical workers have left. The government has announced numerous measures to combat the spread of Corona virus including shutting down public transport. And cancelling Friday press the. Who only began to supply testing kits and training last week and until now the government had denied. There were any positive test for coronavirus but opposition monitor sources in Damascus. Our medical groups. Believe it is likely there have been many cases already Alice Fordham NPR news Beirut Marriott. International. Says it's furloughing thousands of corporate employees in the US and around the world because of the pandemic the AP reports it adds to the world's largest hotel companies recent staff reductions. That started last week. Marietta says it will temporarily off about two thirds of its four thousand employees at its headquarters outside Washington. Dc and another two thirds of its corporate staff around the world. These layoffs are expected to last about ninety days starting next month. The company says it expects to bring all staff back when it can. Marianne has about one hundred seventy four thousand employees total is your markets are trading lower at this hour. The Asia Dow is down nearly one percent. I'm Janine herbst and you're listening to NPR news from Washington..

Us government Washington Npr trump Jeanine herbst Garrett Contreras Italy Syria US Ns Mercy Naval Hospital Sylvia Pohjola National Guard Washington State Los Angeles Sarah Hosseini Prime Minister Picante Dc Cisco Bay New York California
"cisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cisco bay area this is speech talk radio five sixty KSFO San Francisco Oakland San Jose humanist Asian democratic debate Roger stone hearing I'm in Kate's head of the South Carolina primary on Saturday democratic presidential hopefuls are wrapped up their debate after all the shouting and talking over each other and intraparty attacks it's hard to see a particular take away from the two hour CBS news congressional black caucus debate hard to see who might get a big bounce who might take a serious full perhaps that's good for Bernie Sanders the perceived front runner who took a lot of hits from the others in particular has led me to be a socialist well it's why they believe Russia is acting to help the Sanders but let me tell this to Bruton who interfered in the two thousand and sixteen election try to bring Americans against Americans Hey Mr Bruton if I'm president the United States trust me you're not getting into it anymore American elections Constantini Charleston trump ally Roger stone wants a new trial claiming bias by the jury forewoman correspondent Sarah Marie reports most members of the panel were back in a closed courtroom today somebody is jurors have done interviews after the case about their view of the prosecutors their view of the trial she said they were well within their right to do these interviews but the judge noted that after the backlash that they received online that is why she decided to move forward without allowing their images are their names to be used in the C. right Americans have been warned the corona virus will spread in the U. S. as medical experts deal with the disease what's been learned in the eight short weeks since the virus was first discovered is how to manage it what the WHO's Dr Bruce Aylward says is due to China's response to it an old fashioned approach he says because there's no vaccine this is a common approach is the sort of by time while the vaccine rolls out but with no vaccine China took an old school tool box of case finding contact tracing social distancing and movement restriction to manage the disease which slow the spread inside and especially outside of China I'm Jim group another big sell off on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell eight hundred seventy.

China Constantini Charleston United States CBS Roger stone Oakland San Jose San Francisco Jim group Kate Dr Bruce Aylward Sarah Marie president Mr Bruton Russia Bernie Sanders South Carolina
"cisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Broadcasting for Cisco bay area this is speech talk radio five sixty KSFO San Francisco Oakland San Jose urgent meeting impeachment crow I'm in Kate's the state department's inspector general has called an urgent meeting behind closed doors on Capitol Hill tomorrow to brief key lawmakers about documents related to Ukraine the IG operates mostly independent of the state department and investigates abuse and mismanagement and according to The Washington Post is it does not need approval from secretary state my palm pale to approach Congress with information five current and former state department staffers meanwhile have been barred from giving statements as part of the house impeachment investigation the depositions were scheduled to begin tomorrow and we're interrupt over ten but it is doubtful any state department officials will show up given the forceful statement from the secretary of state in a letter to the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee secretary Mike Pompeii said there is no legal basis for the committee's threat that the failure of the officials to meet their time line for documents and testimony would constitute obstruction of the impeachment inquiry he also accused house Democrats of seeking to intimidate state department officials Monday Kenyan Washington the sentencing hearing resumes tomorrow for former Dallas police officer convicted of killing an unarmed black neighbor amber Geiger faces up to life in prison she told police she shot both him John after mistaking his apartment for her own the defense said Geiger should never fired her weapon while the defense argued she was in fear for her life John family attorney Lee Merritt says the guilty verdict is a victory for black people in America is a signal that the the tide is going to change here police officers are going to begin to be held accountable for their actions and we believe that that will begin to change policing culture all over the world just last year another Dallas County jury found a white former police officer guilty of murder in the shooting death of a black teenager Clayton Nevil Dallas steep losses today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell three hundred forty four points the S. and P. of thirty six the nasdaq down ninety one.

America Clayton Nevil Dallas Dallas County attorney amber Geiger Dallas Oakland San Jose San Francisco Cisco murder Kate Lee Merritt John officer Mike Pompeii secretary
"cisco bay" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on This Week in Science

"This Evers is go bay you think about green muck. It turns out the Cisco bay is actually way more nutrient rich than those coral reef ecosystems because that muck is actually nutrients so. When you think about coral reefs, the reason corals have those Antalya them. This photosynthetic algae is because there's so few nutrients that even though coral is a little a little animal that can filter feed through the coral. There's not much out there for them to grab. So the Audi is actually those Anthony is subsidizing the lack of food that they would need. So when you have a bird eating far away and then coming and pooping near the reef that's adding nutrients back into an otherwise nutrient poor water table. So this makes perfect sense to me. But it's it's interesting for a bunch of reasons one being that when we are considering saving coral reefs seabird populations are not part of the equation. Why would they be? She earns out once again, this is a situation where saving a species or an animal is not enough. You have to save the ecosystem so protected area that doesn't scare away. Seabirds is an important part of saving curly's. If you have ego tourism going on with coral safe sunscreens, and no motorboats and all this other kind of stuff you still have humans snorkeling nearby. That's are scaring away the birds that can still cause problems to the coral. If you're scaring away, those sources of nutrients, so that's one side is protecting the the wild coral. The other side of this is that there might be part of the equation when we're raising coral in captivity that we haven't considered. So it might be time to go start harvesting bird poop. Well, I I just wonder also I mean is there a difference in the quality of the guano between different species of birds? I mean goals goals will eat anything. They are like the pigeons of the scene. And so are are the gulls going to be differently producing for the quarrel versus school as verses petrels versus, you know, sea birds. That's a great question better. Yeah. Animals that feed primarily on bottom feeders. Are there are there? Nutrients available in their poop as good as birds that feed on swimming fish. Yeah. Maybe there's are better. We don't know or better than those that feed on help. But what I think what I think the big story is is that like what you're saying. Is that overall the water is nutrient poor? And so the poop is adding nutrients to the water. So if we can figure out what nutrients to add to the water, we don't need to go harvesting wanna necessarily right. We don't have to have big seabird farms. Yeah. For guano farming for our coral production needs. But what could we add to water that we aren't? Yeah. Absolutely. And in this case, it's not saying necessarily that seabirds no seabirds makes or breaks a species, but it does impact the growth rate. So especially when we're thinking about coral reefs that are trying to rebuild after some issues. If it's a warming instance like in the blog, or if it's in some sort of acidification event or an oil spill, if it's especially if it's a coral it's trying to rebuild or if we are trying to build corals artificially away from the reefs in the wild. And transplant if we can grow. Oh, them faster and healthier. That is really important. But I think that the the bigger tailgate take away in my opinion is reminding everybody that the entire ecosystem is the part that needs to be saved. And so even when we think we might be doing what's best for an ecosystem, if we are displacing any member of the food web, there are potential impacts. A man. Tell me another story. I just wanna tell you a story of the world's oldest sperm. Deep in a laboratory in Sydney, Australia. There is a vial of fifty year old sperm stored in liquid nitrogen says this sprint from a fifth year old or is this sperm that has been stored for fifty years..

Cisco bay Audi Evers Sydney Anthony Australia fifty years fifty year
"cisco bay" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Okay. Just a reminder that we have bits and pieces episode coming up at the end of the month end of December twenty eighteen so if you've got a recording that you'd like to send along please do that story we've actually received one already from Aaron who sent in a recording of a memorable flight. So we encourage all of you to think about sending us a recording little story something aviation related, and that's fine. Let's see max trescott anything going. Well, of course, there is aviation wise was you what's new just wanted to mention. My most recent episode on aviation news talk because I particularly enjoyed it thought others might it's all about an electrical failure the doctor had night. I f r and he thought that he was probably going to die texted son to say goodbye. And then he received a text message from Fort Worth center and interviewed the controller who sent that. Text message turns out this particular save got the president's award this year from from the Netco organization. So it's a it's a fun episode. Just talking about how text messages were used to save them piloted who that circumstances. And the other thing is I just now for folks that live the San Francisco Bay area updating and producing my San Francisco big tour map. So this has been something that I've sold locally who for probably a dozen years. It's just shows how to navigate the Sanford. Cisco bay airspace and lists about a dozen different landmarks. It's really beautiful flying around here. You can fly over the directly over the Golden Gate Bridge right next to San Francisco International, Bill, Alcatraz and all kinds of sites. So everybody wants one of those fim note, usual place aviation do talk dot com. Click.

San Francisco Bay San Francisco San Francisco International Golden Gate Bridge Aaron Netco organization Fort Worth center Sanford president
"cisco bay" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Micro drone swarm form of warfare in which you have thousands or millions of Nanno drones that looks like a barely discernible cloud of something or Heyzer. But you don't even notice it that can go into people's lungs, or or what have you and kill from within in control themselves, essentially with I can't remember what the theory is. It could be we're moving into a paradigm of conflict. In the next hundred years that changes everything weapons that can't be detected used with impunity with deadly results was that name the name of the third volume of your autobiography paradigm of conflict. Yes. Yeah. It's it's under appreciate it. A man's been arrested after allegedly shouting profanities about President Trump and attacking a Republican congressional candidate with a switchblade in the same. Cisco bay area. Wow. That's a shame. This wasn't a democrat attack. Because then the media would spend all day talking about how Republicans ratchet up anger with rhetoric. Thirty five year old guy at the was arrested after the alleged tack on Rudy Peters at an election booth that have Paul festival in Alameda County. Nobody got seriously injured in the attack. But witnesses say the guy with the knife approach. Peter's tried to stab the candidate for the switchblade apparently mouth functional my God. So there in the booth the candidate in this guy or struggling back and forth things at each other. Finally, the guy rans the attacker runs off. He was arrested nearby suspicion of assault. Authorities say you still.

Rudy Peters Alameda County assault Trump President Peter Thirty five year hundred years
"cisco bay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KOMO

"Mid fifty s weekend not too bad a few, scattered showers. A possibility for tomorrow a high near seventy a little. Bit more in the way. Of sunshine but also the threat of some showers on Sunday with a high near seventy two clear skies sunny skies east of the cascades this morning and right, now in western Washington just mostly, cloudy. Fifty eight at sea-tac airport Stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station KOMO news one thousand FM ninety seven seven seven forty six it's the KOMO morning news it's Friday Frank Lenzi sappy. Editor's desk with Gregg Hersholt I'm MandA factor the head of the Federal Emergency Management agency is saying this morning their. Top priorities are safety security food and drinking water is hurricane lane continues to lash Hawaii Bruce long saying. This morning that they're bracing. For what he calls. A marathon event with torrential rains and flooding affecting the islands for the next forty eight to seventy two hours the latest update puts hurricane lane about two hundred miles south of Honolulu wins at one, hundred twenty miles. An hour it's moving very slowly to the, north President Trump has, been taking aim at his attorney general Jeff Sessions, and yesterday sessions did something he doesn't usually do he punched back pretty hard that, has to, stop the, president from continuing to voice his. Displeasure with his AG ABC news, correspondent Karen Travers, is at the White House Karen can you sort all. Of this out is Jeff Sessions in trouble he really, has been. For, over a year if you look back at the president's criticisms but this has, been going on. For a long time the. President was, angry. When Jeff Sessions recused himself from. The. Russia probe and. He has not stopped being angry about that so I went back, I was looking at all my, notes we were. Talking about session status at the Justice department, in June July August all of this time last year and here he still is the president could fire him he hasn't the president could force sessions to quit publicly come out. And tweet sessions should quit he hasn't done that and it shows that he does think about perhaps the political ramifications. Of forcing him out there has been a call from Republican lawmakers to not do that not take that. Move that it would be. Very bad that said. The president will likely continue the criticisms in interviews and on Twitter sessions for the most part is just taking it quietly but, yesterday a rare forceful public pushback issuing Statement saying that he took control of the. Justice department, the first day he came in and was worn in and he defended his leadership and the work of the rank and. File there, has sessions done anything recently too Kind of warrant this or is this. Just pressure building up in the president it's what he's not doing so it starts with him stepping away from the, Russia probe the president blames that decision for the probe. Expanding and the fact that it's. Still going on and the implication there is that if somebody who were a loyal person to the president were in charge of it. They could figure out a way to end the probe, so that's one part of it. The other part, is that the president says that. Sessions and the Justice department are not, looking into corruption issues related. To the Democrats this is what he was tweeting about this morning long long list of Hillary Clinton's emails, the president says our Jim commes lies and leaks, he's talking about investigating Robert Mueller himself and. The, list goes on so what sessions is not doing by looking into those things that's making the president so upset all. Karen we always appreciate your help sorting things out ABC's Karen Travers with us from the White House northern California's monstrous wildfires are. Creating a health hazard in the Sanford Cisco bay area where officials warned that the air quality, is unhealthy levels there people should. Avoid outdoor activities, they say and then keep their. Windows and doors closed an exercise at, all of us have become. Quite familiar with lately new billboard near Baltimore's inner harbor is urging people to stop eating crab the billboards, sponsored by pita shows a crab and reads I'm, me not meet pita hope Steiner's will pass. On, the crab and go vegan KOMO news time seven fifty four For our propel insurance money update the Trump administration is proposing new rules that would limit attempts by some states for circumventing GOP tax Bill passed this year many democratic controlled states objected to the part of the law that placed a cap on deductions of state and local taxes some. States, have tried to find ways around that these new. Proposals from the White House would, stop that this impacts only about five percent of tax payers who. Itemize..

Jeff Sessions Justice department KOMO President Karen Travers Bruce White House Russia sea-tac Honolulu Washington Seattle Trump Frank Lenzi ABC Baltimore Sanford Cisco bay Gregg Hersholt
"cisco bay" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"And play the last question we're going to play for this segment and then next week we'll have another five questions but here's the last question we're going to play today okay station seven go loaning i have a question related to the bond market you stretch to rebound market and my name is arson in the summer and cisco bay area and i'd never worked in the financial industry i started out buying mining stumps on vancouver stock exchange and then decades as married and my wife convinced me to buy berkshire shares that will probably a good decision so so my question is an i read that i read a newspaper about the federal reserve and the inflation numbers and that must be an increase supply of treasury bonds that must go to to auction and my question is how would how what do you expect that to impact that year low interest rate the answer is i don't know and the good news is nobody else knows including members those federal reserve there a lot of variables in the picture and the one thing we know is we think that long term bonds are terrible investment at current rates close to rates so basically all of our money is waiting to be placed is charging bills that thing happened to average maturity of four months or something like that at most the rates on those have gone up lightly so in two thousand eighteen my guess is we'll we'll have have at least five hundred million dollars more of pretax income than we would have had in the bills last year but they're still not because we want to hold a waiting to do something else but longterm bonds they're basically these rights it's almost ridiculous when you think about it because the federal reserve board is telling you we want to percent of your flation and the very long bond is not much more than three percent and of course if you're an individual on you pay tax on it you're going to have some income taxes to pay let's say it brings your after tax return out at two and a half percent so the federal reserve is telling you that they're going to do whatever's in their power to make sure that you don't get more than a half a percent a year of advice adjusted income and.

arson vancouver five hundred million dollars three percent four months
"cisco bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yeah amazing armor it's your okay let's let's stop this for people turn off radio between the air and cisco bay tell everybody the concept of incredible too well the thing you should know and if you haven't seen it already on somehow i assume your audience just for tonight but the thing is should know is that it it isn't like well it is is a whole new movie with the same characters but it literally is it picks up right from the ending of the last movies when a weird way if it's another two hours of the first of the incredible so it literally starts where they left off where there at the end they're still family unit and they're gonna fight you know soup you know superheroes an evil guy in the beginning of this movie they do that very spectacular sequence of course and because they create i'm again i'm trying not to give away the story so they they they they the supers are still i believe if i didn't really watch the original song but i believe the concept is superstar technically outlawed right remember how he's they have to have superpowers or not embraced as they used to be right so the so the so basically they do have this superhero battle it causes some attention good and bad and so they're approached by a kind of a kind of a a shady little outfit that that that has a idea that will that might bring super super powered people back as heroes in if they can rebrand them and and they go along with it they technically they're kind of hiding out in the movie they're right there you know they're they're blending in that the people doing this marketing and branding decide to use last to go by the way let me say this you're gonna love one thing about this movie and this goes for anybody likes the movies.

cisco two hours
"cisco bay" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Where can we find you follow meals how quickly tober dot com if you're here for just like text posts about being lost become a photostats also like just the my escapades follow twitter a lot more fun there twitter dot com slash shut up chris with two everytime you change your icon and your title cry like it's so fucking funny like beyond say australia protecting games favorite one i don't know i have lots of good twitter names it's some good shifts chris grinder profile linked to those you're the sevens kobe area come through instagram dot com slash shut up crispell also if you're like into cisco bay area like six foot to a nice chocolate a big ass hit me up hit me the fuck up we're just we're connecting people around the world like all this honey araya grinder hinder on ryan his ryo do the girls being famous people use shut the fuck up you know people joan obviously a nice to me by omega that what it is see like my one of my friends mutual one of my few really are day in a coal sniff in terms of like connect to you know we're all celebrity culture but like a friend and i share mutual friend that had an account i just like extra like a logging code se well well i'm happy this platform will help you get there yeah area but if you are one hit me up two.

twitter australia chris grinder ryan six foot
"cisco bay" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Because they all support him they all love this guy they all throw money at him he throws money at them excuse me they all have this guy and they're all gonna secretly support him now republicans see facebook with thousands of employees steeped in the deep blue sediments at the stanford cisco bay area as being tilted to the left and republicans are right about that democrats see facebook is being some secret evil corporation that for whatever reason i helped the republicans win the election both of these groups are right and wrong i mean facebook is to the left but facebook is also a corporation facebook has has a you know an incentive here they're trying to make money that's what they're trying to do that's the whole point of facebook is to make profits and it worked i read somewhere that during his senate hearing during his congressional appearance mark zuckerberg made two billion dollars because his stock rose or some his the money he had invested in his own company became more valuable because of the hearing went well allegedly in fact has thousands of apps on their website that are guilty of doing the same thing in the apple store the same thing that facebook does interestingly enough facebook has an app that's in the apple store and apple allowed it to get distributed so touche on the behalf of mark zuckerberg is a legitimate point there these guys just embarrassed themselves all week long orrin thatch asking how how just twitter work lindsey graham worried that the manipulation by foreign governments and intelligence services on the internet is gonna gonna hurt our government or something if you're somebody who's vote he's swayed by poorly designed mean that you saw on social media that was created by a russian troll then i would be willing to bet your vote could have been swayed by almost anything if we told you you were going to get free twizzlers for voting for lindsey graham you probably would have voted for him.

facebook republicans mark zuckerberg lindsey graham stanford cisco bay senate apple orrin thatch twitter two billion dollars
"cisco bay" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"A busy week of remembrance is gearing up for billy graham as throngs of people begin to lineup to honor the life and ministry of billy graham here in charlotte at the billy graham library a familiar message from the evangelist reminds us of his humility and purpose both in his life and in his death all were in trump to be with trump to cross if trump countries with large crowds expected the public can view mr graham's closed casket monday and tuesday here in charlotte at the billy graham library jim crass charlotte twenty persons dead after an ef two tornadostruck logan county in south central kentucky saturday night heavy rains in the midwest have caused some flooding in a number of areas but allow governor john case it says flood damage in his state could have been a lot worse were it not for some advance planning the local folks said look we should get the floodgates uh get them placed and that will protect people at i think i received that call uh was about five days ago congress hitting back to work after a 10dayold off period lama this will be under lot of pressure when they get back to respond the outcry over gun violence he'll analyst trilby lundberg says to seasonal factors will soon be pushing gas prices upward great show showing it will be daylight saving time which thumped demand and the higher cost of spring gasoline we'll be hitting two in lundberg says the national average for gallon of gas as slipped a bit two dollars fifty nine cents a gallon nationwide in the lower forty eight days this parable of city show jackson mississippi with the low average to twenty three for regular and theft from cisco bay area as a high at three thirty eight and you can check out more news get more analysis they're both town hall dot com i'm rhonda roster darren college.

billy graham charlotte billy graham library logan county lundberg mississippi darren college kentucky governor john analyst trilby lundberg theft forty eight days two dollars five days
"cisco bay" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"A new the housing was expensive in silicon valley but that was really driven home to me this week when i saw wall street journal story about google buying hundreds of modular apartment units to use as shortterm housing for employees that's how expensive it is delivered saga out facebook is reportedly planning to design 1500 units in menlo park and a percentage those are gonna be classified as affordable housing these seem like bandaid measures i don't see how this is sustainable for more than a short amount of time air we're gonna end up at japanesestyle capsule hotels pretty fair in magadan pampered cisco bay area has is has a housing crisis there's really very little highdensity housing the real hey prices are the highest in the country and you know google and apple and facebook and even amazon it with its president here and all the startups are you know these are still good times and they're expanding in so yeah i agree it's a it's a bandaid um but you know they they're applying that kind of tech mentality to drive the price down uh mieno to um now to adapt to the conditions that they find themselves in so you know we'll see just because they're modular does you know and maybe a little less expensive doesn't mean uh they won't be nice and they're probably temporary accommodations uh uh that's it i'm not gonna volunteer to move into us temps in a last question that i'll let you go um i look the everything stories about amazon you've said that in some ways every.

wall street journal facebook menlo park google president amazon apple
"cisco bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"cisco bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News i'm brian watt new tv ads condemning sanctuary policies are airing in the sand cisco bay area where cities have led a push to limit cooperation with federal immigration agencies here's kqed's farida javelin romero the ads feature dan rosenberg whose son drill was killed in twenty ten in san francisco after he was hit by an unlicensed driver the driver an immigrant from undue death had temporary protected status by came to the us without authorisation says resin bank held by people leonard our country illegally people shielded for federal immigration law like california sanctuary cities many more will we lose before politicians understand the ads are paid for by how finds the population stabilisation which wants to restrict immigration the group opposes about that would make california a sanctuary state city attorney dennis herrera says san francisco sanctuary policy actually makes the city safer and funny that vital nato kqed news lubar reported another multi milliondollar loss this morning the san franciscobased ride hailing giant said its first quarter losses were around seven hundred million dollars that's down from nine hundred ninety million in the previous quarter over says it had more than three billion dollars in revenue in the first three months of the year the company recently announced that its head of finance is leaving so far this year over has lost its head of communications president and other senior executives as it faces allegations of sexism and sexual harassment in the workplace i'm brian watt kqed news support comes from world reader mao local tack.

dan rosenberg san francisco us immigration law california dennis herrera lubar harassment brian watt cisco bay kqed attorney san franciscobased head of finance head of communications president seven hundred million dollars three billion dollars milliondollar three months