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Sutter Health agrees to pay $575 million settlement with California

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Sutter Health agrees to pay $575 million settlement with California

"California Attorney General hobby or their Serra has released the details of a settlement with Sutter health the largest hospital system in the state KCBS is my Colgan says the settlement resolves allegations of anti competitive practices by the health giant the Attorney General called a settlement a game changer as a result of settlement proceedings center will be required to pay five hundred and seventy five million dollars to compensate employers unions and state and local governments Attorney General the Serra said patients here in northern California had to pay more for healthcare as a result of Saddam's alleged anti competitive practices the average cost of an inpatient hospital procedure in southern California well it's about a hundred and thirty two thousand dollars that same inpatient hospital procedure in northern California is closer to two hundred and twenty three thousand dollars that's a difference of more than ninety thousand dollars essentially because you live in a different part of the state the settlement also limits what center can charge patients for out of network services the healthcare giant is denied engaging in anti competitive practices Michael then

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Is the rise in Artificial Intelligence superseding human employment?

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Is the rise in Artificial Intelligence superseding human employment?

"Artificial intelligence expected to displace a lot of workers but KCBS is my Colgan says a new study found higher paying jobs will be the most impacted and not low level jobs as was previously believed occupations most likely to be impacted by a I in the Brookings Institution study include engineers and programmers but tech ellos Robert early with the anally group doesn't think a I will displace as many jobs as most people bully now mostly eyes that are being developed or being developed to make an employee more effective not necessarily to replace the many give you an idea a good move into Thomas cars they just did a a study and what was going to be needed one car maker is gonna need one thousand more administrators just to handle the data the thing put out at least as a general purpose a I they could replace a person is still a long way off we're still paying years out from that and they say that ten year horizon has been moving every year so we're ten years out last year working it out your before we were ten years out before your before that so we're not getting any closer to the goal the best guess is somewhere around twenty thirty three twenty thirty five and twenty fifty we're gonna have a problem in the Silicon Valley bureau why Colgan

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"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"By Colgan. Sunnyvale. Well, the city is looking at cutting down the size of one of the valleys last remaining orchards. Four away. Let's check on traffic and weather together following all the reports around the bay this morning. Here's Frank Munich what we're getting a report of an accident between Castro valley, and San Ramon. The little closer to the San Ramon end of things on the broke is on pro canyon road at the Lima canyon road. Both directions of pro canyon road are shut down as CHP tries to tend to an injury accident involving a car overturned traffic. At least on the six eighty end of things in San Ramon is being turned away from crow canyon road, you can't take Norris canyon road between Castro valley, or actually, between San Ramon and bullying the canyon road to get back on crow canyon road. But to that too good place to avoid if he can a side from that. We're not seeing much in the way of trouble the delays that we have been. Seeing over the Altima passive now melted away. But we're now seeing some roadwork inspired delays on westbound five coming off of highway five in Tracy out to north MacArthur drive your next traffic update at four eighteen on the traffic leader. Hey. Mostly sunny skies inland today, and eventually sunny skies around the bay after the overcast burns off. We.

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"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is why Colgan produce wholesaler say they could be forced to lay off workers if there's a Mexico border closure. Sports. Here's Steve vicar. The NFL draft is just over three weeks away the Niners have the number two pick the raiders number four and raiders head coach Jon Gruden and GM Mike Mayock were in Dallas last night dining with Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Tyler Murray after working about earlier in the day Mayock said it's due diligence on their part. He said, they better know how good Cuyler Marie is. And said, they better know, whether they can improve each and every position, of course, may Gruden of Boll said the Derek cars their franchise quarterback in cars taking notice of the Murray courtship. Posting a photo on social media of himself early this morning pointing at his eyes as if to say, hey, I'm watching I know what's going on former NFL quarterback, Dan Orlovsky on ESPN. The raiders are not doing this just to check it off the box. There is something to this where they're really interested in going is this guy of better option for. So if I'm. Derek carr. I've got to have some really intense conversations going guys what's going on. Because you're saying one thing and doing another thing if the raiders really wanna trade up to get the number one pick from Arizona. They clearly have the assets to do. So with three first round picks. And that's not all they got raiders already unique place where they yes have picks to do that. And we'd have to get rid of them. But then they would also have a tradable asset that they can recoup some of those fix end car and from the raiders to the giants. The San Francisco Giants to acquire center fielder. Kevin Palomar from the Toronto Blue Jays for infielder. Alan Hansen pitcher, Derek law and a low level. Minor league pitcher sports at fifteen and forty five on all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS..

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"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is why Colgan Silicon Valley tech sector layoffs. Doesn't mean unemployment qualified candidates are in high demand. KCBS news time is ten forty five. So Bruce IT's the warriors Jonathan as all suffered brutal loss. They didn't get any help from the umpires and the referees. Let's start with the baseball in Oakland as blue to nothing eighth-inning lead fell to the visiting angels, sixty two might try to double a single Andrew Jackson Simmons ripped the bases-loaded. Single a drive in two more Mark or strana pitch to hit shutout ball for six innings before giving way to the bullpen and let this one get away. But he certainly could have gone deeper in the game. However, he was happy with the effort wasn't happy with everything. But for the most part located when I needed to speak situations with runners on pretty good. At the ground Bodo play, which I'm not really known grandma's house, pretty happy with that. But after a straddle left the relievers got squeezed on some tight calls and the angels took advantage and teed off in scored. Six runs in the last two innings. Giants were shut up through the first eight in San Diego tonight. We're trailing four nothing in the night. Evan longoria. Let off with a Homer giants. Then lower the basis with one out Harare took a called third strike on a call by home plate on parlance, Barksdale that appeared to be outside the strike zone that brought up Brandon Belden he fell behind an account wanting to. Looking at bell. Thought that one was too high and the giants had their final two headers with the basically loaded both called out on strikes that they thought were not of the strike zone. Geraldo power has a few more words for Barksdale frustrating start to the season for the giants. And the warriors lost a tough one on the road. Blowing a nineteen point lead. Coming back sending the game in overtime only to lose it on a phantom call on Kevin Durant on an inbounds pass with half a second to go. That led the Karl Anthony towns hitting the game winning free. Throw. He missed the second. One time ran out one thirty one to one thirty Steph curry who scored thirty seven points on an amazing also had an amazing shot that tied the game and set up that last play was furious after the game nobody wants to game in like that. Crazy pass that had no chance of being caught us off saw. Should never been called the decided to game guys out there fighting off to play in compete and win the game playing basketball. So it's tough way to go out. Let me think I've heard Steph curry mad before warriors fall back into a tie for first place in the west Denver beat, okay. See one fifteen zero five and we'll have a recap on all the Sweet Sixteen. There was some great games. Four games. Played tonight in college basketball sports at fifteen and forty five on all news one. Oh, six nine.

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Scientist Who Edited Babies Genes Is Likely to Face Charges in China

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Scientist Who Edited Babies Genes Is Likely to Face Charges in China

"Ethical review documents. It's also been alleged the parents involved thought they were simply testing a new HIV vaccine. Vicki Barker, CBS, news the bay area. Got a good soaking over the past week KCBS is my Colgan says drought is still nagging concern while Ben Loma nothing, the Santa Cruz mountains got more than seven and a half inches of rain over the last week, San Jose got less than three inches. We're still a little bit below average. Currently our ten reservoirs are about twenty nine percent of capacity, which is about sixty percent of the annual or your today average for this time of year, but Kurt Ahrens is in

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Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

24 Hour News

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

"Records on police misconduct from law enforcement agencies all over the bay area. The foundation wants records of officers who have been involved in eight fatal shootings into the state's new right to know act. California's state law has traditionally barred access to internal police records, but since Senate Bill fourteen twenty one went into effect January first the ACLU says it and media outlets have been working to obtain documents related to investigations the serious uses a forest sexual assault and dishonesty the half day. Two dollar a pack tax increase on cigarettes was overwhelmingly passed by voters in thousand sixteen is starting to pay off KCBS is my Colgate says the state has started dispersing proposition fifty-six money, the tax raises more than a billion dollars a year. So there's a lot of money available six cities in Santa Clara county getting more than three hundred thousand dollars to help reduce tobacco use among teens. They use of nicotine. Gene. And vaping products has increased substantially national. Studies have seen this increase quite significantly. And so our concern is that youth are getting dictated to nicotine, they coal cost the tobacco free communities program at the Santa Clara county public health department said the six cities every Quested funding, included, San Jose, Sunnyvale Santa Clara. We were able to fund all of the city's at the level that they had requested. And really this is an opportunity for cities to address the needs of their local residents within their city in regards to tobacco related issues. The money will fund a number of programs including decreasing secondhand smoke exposure as well as restricting the sale of flavored tobacco products in the Silicon Valley bureau. Why Colgan KCBS Napa police have arrested a Napa woman on suspicion of a hit and run of a pedestrian on Tuesday. Twenty year old Alexandra verandas is suspected of hitting a sixty two year old woman on Sasco avenue. Just after six thirty. The victim was not in a crosswalk when she was hit in the southbound lane of traffic suffered head and facial injuries and was taken to Queen of the valley medical center after the collision. Witnesses had a dark colored sedan that was traveling south on Sasco avenue left the scene on Wednesday afternoon and alert citizen reported a suspicious vehicle and police responded and found a newer Honda Civic with damage consistent with a collision. The car was impounded for forensic processing police contacted verandas. They registered owner of the Honda at her home on March. Dr she was arrested in a book in the Napa county jail for hit and run causing injuries. And at last report the pedestrian was still hospitalized coming up on KCBS. I'm Rebecca chorale. The mindful approach menopausal women say is helping them. NFL sports at one forty five with Bruce McGowan one of the hottest teams, the two time defending champion warriors. We'll get back into action Friday night in LA against the clippers warriors won six straight. Now, they play the LA clippers on Friday and DeMarcus cousins will make his debut for Golden State coach Steve Kerr was asked. If he has any concerns about DeMarcus cousins fitting into the warriors system he's been in the league along time. We know his game. Well, we know what he's capable of strengths and weaknesses. So we've got some ideas how we're gonna use them. But there's no substitute for actual game experience. So put them out there. And we'll see how that goes. We will Andre Iguodala says he also thinks the cousins is going to fit in just fine. I've had so many conversations with him on adventures. Sees I'm like, okay. He gets he calls. A Shannon myself, though, guys, all guys. We're gonna take care. We'll make sure he's good people forget, he's no top ten talent. Andre Iguodala dole a nice game. The other night coming off the bench with fifteen points, including a key three point play at the end of the third quarter that put the warriors in the lead on a college hoops and USF continued its strong season the don's although they lost over the past weekend. Gonzaga one of thriller over Pacific fifty three fifty two Charles Millon's free throw with three seconds left gave the dons their margin of victory. Saint mary's. Meanwhile, beat Santa Clara their old rivals who haven't really given them a whole lot of trouble in recent years, seventy five fifty five guard Jordan Ford, eighteen points for the Gaels in a tough night for both the Stanford men's and Cal men's basketball teams, Washington state whack the bears up in Pullman, eighty two fifty nine in Washington won their sixth in a row easily beating Stanford up in Seattle eighty two sixty four New York Yankees have opened up their checkbook, again, what else is new twenty seven million over three years goes to middle reliever out of Iino valuable Thirty-three-year-old who was outstanding with the Colorado Rockies in two thousand eighteen a two point four three ERA a career high. One hundred and twelve strikeouts. In just seventy seven and two thirds innings and a six four record and finally an upset in the women's draw. The Australian Open as defending champion. 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"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is why Colgan twenty nineteen is expected to be another boom year for the bay area tech sector. Ninety five percent are confident in growth in their company. CBS news time now forty five. We're gonna talk sports. Here's Bruce McGowan. What a strange game for the warriors in Portland trailblazers Golden State scrap back from a ten point deficit in the final minutes to tie it up force over time only to lose when Steph curry threw the ball away, Portland. Brought it down Courtney Damian Lillard the Oakland native hit a go ahead. Three point shot was six point three seconds to go blazers with a wild one ten to one zero nine win over the Golden State Warriors the name of basketball. That's just the name of the game. Like, Damian Lillard is a hall of Famer if you get a look down to on a roll, you know, he pulling and he made a huge shot last day. Miss made the last shot at a nightmare. That's Kevin Durant who missed the last shot of the night. Meanwhile, Steph curry said one encouraging thing was that the warriors did fight from behind to make it close. Yeah. Your down soon. Less than four left, and we fought back and gave us a chance to win over time. We played pretty well. Coach down ahead had the game to whatever ten twelve seconds left. Obviously wanted that pass back warriors hit only thirteen of forty four from beyond the three point arc also hit only six free throws the intensity senior be lacking. Especially in the first half. And that's been happening a lot lately. Why is that Steve Kerr was asked afterward that very question? I don't know. I don't know. Not being flipper, whatever you wanna call it. I'm just it's, you know, sometimes you can't put your finger on on certain things or whatever reason we're just not quite clicking. We're not quite together on all fronts. So we've got to get to that point up in Sacramento. Bogan bogdonovich hit a three point shot at the buzzer Sacramento rallying from fifteen points. Back to beat L A thriller one seventeen to one sixteen down at the shark tank. San Jose rallied for two goals in the third period. Brent burns got the go-ahead going as one thousand career game and the sharks entered a three game losing streak with a four two win over Anaheim. We found.

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"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Colgan KCBS the bay area. Air quality district recognizes that wildfires will be part of California's future and is working to develop a wildfire response program. KCBS is Marquis Schaefer reports the program will extend well beyond the spare. The air alerts a wildfire response program now under development will include a number of components response. But also preparation and prevention we're working with the state Cal fire in all the parks to allow them to burn prescribed burn more often. So that it would reduce the fuel loads and prevent catastrophic wildfires in the future deputy air pollution officer with the bay area air quality management district. Wayne kino the agency already works with first responders providing information on facilities and refineries air-quality meteorology and forecasting to eight firefighters in both urban and wildfire. Environments bay area. Residents knew to expect bad air before it arrived from the campfire are meteorologist predicted that we'd have impacts on the bay area the morning prior to the afternoon that it actually impacted us the agency will be seeking input from the public and businesses as it moves forward with its wildfire response program in San Francisco Margie, Schaefer, KCBS the names of two more. County wildfire victims have been released they are Sixty-six-year-old David Marbury and seventy six year old Frederick Salazar both of paradise sixty one of the camps. Fires Eighty-six victims have been positively identified. Twenty two have been tentatively identified. Three people are still unaccounted for and several members of San Francisco's board of supervisors are calling for an investigation into the sale of homes at the former hunters point naval shipyard. They wanna know what role a city health department employees played in helping a powerful developer sell homes on the land. The inquiries are being made after the chronicle reported that Amy Brown. Well, an environmental engineer who is one of the city's top health and safety watchdogs on the shipyard project was helping the company she was supposed to be regulating. The redevelopment of the onetime military facility is the city's biggest project of this kind in a century. Just ahead on KCBS long lines and delays.

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Give Your Child an Empty Box for Christmas

24 Hour News

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Give Your Child an Empty Box for Christmas

"Of life at this moment. But we also know that for Chiltern underage eighteen to twenty four months. The American Academy of pediatrics recommends no springtime except maybe video chats, and the reason for that is is because they're at this moment, no known benefit to using screens. And there is some potential for harm. And what's most important is the parent and child engaging together, why Colgan KCBS kids in Oakland are writing down what they want for Christmas this year KCBS Carrie Hodousek reports from Oakland's main post office where they delivered letters to Santa in person. First graders from Prescott elementary school sang Christmas carols before writing letters to the North Pole and to their

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H-1B: As immigration furor roils Silicon Valley, Canada smooths way for techies

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:03 min | 2 years ago

H-1B: As immigration furor roils Silicon Valley, Canada smooths way for techies

"Law and policies. There is deep concern among Silicon Valley type companies that because of the delay in processing of H one B visas that countries like Canada are going to take away some great talent from United States work for renewal Mendoza regional vice president with Robert Half of professional staffing company. So it's just about all tech sectors are saying shortages, and that includes accountants for accountants, we've got just in the south bay for every one candidate that semester resume there are three openings for technology. It's even worse for every thirty two. Opening service about three candidates that are available. The Silicon Valley bureau. Why Colgan KCBS KCBS news time to forty four? Listen and imagine.

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Dallas Man killed in electric scooter crash in Washington DC

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas Man killed in electric scooter crash in Washington DC

"Com in court civilians requirements vary. CBS news time ten eleven police in San Jose are on the lookout for hit and run driver who killed a woman in south San Jose. Last night. KCBS is Mike Colgan reports from the crash scene along vista park drive with the story. A seventy seven year old woman was crossing vista park near Copperfield around seven thirty last night when she was hit by a driver who fled the scene MAURICE

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"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Can set up on for at least a year year and a half wall. Another more permanent location is identified for now. The tensor being set up at the union hall about two hundred feet away in San Jose. Matt Bigler KCBS seems many bay area. Tech workers are delaying having kids. KCBS was Mike HOGAN says it's yet another fallout of the high cost of living here almost seventy percent of apple employees and sixty three percent of Google workers surveyed by team blind and online social network. So they've been forced to delay. Starting a family Kimberly Aloes who works in tech says she and her husband decided not to have children. We actually kinda talked it out and said, you know, we feel fairly comfortable in our current life. Lives and the way we like to travel in the way that we do things. So we did make the determination that perhaps childbearing. Listen for us L said it wasn't just the high cost of housing that went into that decision. Do you have enough time to do recreational activities with your child to be a part of their school activities? And after we had some serious discussions about it. We were like, you know, it would be very difficult for us to do that working in two different cities long commutes just making it back in time to pick up their child from daycare would be a problem in the Silicon Valley bureau by Colgan KCBS city officials say new cultural development plan will recognize and embrace the city's diversity Kissel Bs. Carrie Hodousek reports the plan called belonging in Oakland was released today Oakland, mayor Libby shaft says it's time to consider a new vision of culture one that seeks to ensure residents not only feel a sense of belonging. But to know that their city belongs to them. To give Oakland's clear and more powerful voice in charting, the destiny of their city and defining what it means to be an Oakland. How will the city do that by implementing initiatives to star? One includes a grant program to lift up neighborhood based cultural projects and the other allows the city to hire three to five artists to work in city government. What happens when you bring let's say a wheelchair artist to the department of transportation, transportation, then all of a sudden, the topic is about mobility and not necessarily cars and buses and bicycles Roberta, but doa manager of the city's cultural affairs department says he hopes to implement this new artist in residence program by next March or April at Oakland city hall. Carrie Hodousek KCBS news for California governor have agreed to debate. But only on the.

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Mary Daly, labor expert, picked to run San Francisco Fed

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Mary Daly, labor expert, picked to run San Francisco Fed

"It's really good for socializing them. So I've been bringing him to dog park since he was a puppy around four months old. So he gets a lot of socialization here. Parks foundation, executive director, James Weaver says this ten year old plus dog park needs a facelift because of its popularity people come from other parts of San Jose because of the size of the dog park and also because the division between big dogs and little dogs just coming here as a very pleasant experience because the people that bring their dogs here are really good owners and the dogs you can tell they're

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"I'm Julie Chen Moonves," "Big Brother" host says in sign-off

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

"I'm Julie Chen Moonves," "Big Brother" host says in sign-off

"Julie Chen returned to TV last night with her hosting duties on the show big brother the same week. Her husband les Moonves resigned as CEO of CBS over sexual misconduct allegations. She ended the show with the different sign off. And she usually uses instead of identifying herself simply Julie Chen. She said from outside the big brother house. I'm Julie Chen Moonves Chen didn't address her husband's resignation during the broadcast. A message to her manager seeking comment was not

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Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch

"Holly flung CBS apple unveiling a new line of iphones today during its annual big September events KCBS is Mike HOGAN says upgrades were also announced for a host of apple products. Three new iphones were unveiled apple senior. Vice president Phil Schiller, including the iphone ten s the iphone ten s is not just one. But two sizes of display the five point eight inch in a new six point five inch super retina display. This is the biggest display ever on an iphone. It isn't all that display as well. Three point three million pixels four hundred and fifty eight pixels per inch. Again, apple chief operating officer. Jeff Williams unveiled the new fourth generation apple watch it has a larger display and curved corners. The speaker has also been completely redesigned. It's fifty percent louder which is great for phone calls and walkie-talkie or Syria. Request. You just won't believe the sound you get out of such a small device. The new watch starts at three. Ninety nine four ninety nine with the new iphone ten s is priced at nine ninety nine ten ninety nine for the ten s max and seven forty nine for the budget version, ten are

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Don’t be duped by fake rideshare drivers, safety campaign urges

24 Hour News

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Don’t be duped by fake rideshare drivers, safety campaign urges

"Rideshare with? Care KCBS mortgage shave reports that's the name of just launched education campaign in San Francisco aimed at keeping rideshare passengers safe. The rideshare safety campaign offers three tips if we can do all those three things were more likely to be safer San Francisco district. Attorney George Gascon says I verify the license plate number color making model of the car on the AP second confirm your driver's name basket. Hey, what's your name supposed to be George and either give you Tony or give you something else? Don't get in that car and finally share your location and destination with someone you trust. And her husband speaks for Uber. The safety features that are built into rap don't work unless you're in the right, car Lubar won't know who your driver is if you get into the wrong car, and neither will you. There have been a number of reports a fake rideshare drivers people posing drivers and committing crimes including a man dubbed the rideshare rapist. Ooh. Uber now has a safety feature in the app for both drivers. And passengers a one button push to connect to nine one

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Call of Duty battle royale beta: Surprisingly tame, surprisingly solid

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Call of Duty battle royale beta: Surprisingly tame, surprisingly solid

"Activision blizzard is getting a big boost after benchmark capital. Analysts wrote that the video game maker as a massive hit on its hands. With the news installment in its call of duty franchise. The beta version of call of duty black ops. Four went live this week. And the client note says the new battle royale mode, not only looks impressive, but is also the hottest game mode in the world, and may take John route to a new level Wall Street has been concerned about call of duty due to the rapid rise in popularity of fortnight made by epic games. Activision shares rose seven percent overall a good day for the market. Dow up one hundred fourteen points at twenty five thousand nine hundred seventy one NASDAQ gaining forty eight points to seventy nine seventy two and the s&p advancing ten points to twenty eight

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Tariffs threaten Apple's China success

24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Tariffs threaten Apple's China success

"Apple shares have been trending down since President Trump warned. Last Friday that he was ready to slap tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports. KCBS is Mike HOGAN said the tech sector would be one of the hardest hit. Apple shares started tumbling after President Trump tweeted that the tech giant should make products in the US if it wanted to avoid tariffs on Chinese imports tech experts say the tweet shows the president doesn't understand how the supply chain works, for example. If you look at something like Apple's air pods. These components that they get are strung out all over not only China, but other parts of Asia that are then put together, and then manufactured over there. Tech ATL is Tim Barrett with creative strategy says despite being impractical producing iphones in the US would make them prohibitively expensive. We've estimated if you tried to manufacture something like the iphone here. The actual cost could be as much as fifty to sixty percent higher to the consumer at that stage of the game hits apple in a very big way. Because the demand would go not just apple. The proposed terrorists would make all imported computer parts more

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Stephon Clark's family seeking $15 million in damages from Sacramento

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Stephon Clark's family seeking $15 million in damages from Sacramento

"The family of an unarmed. Black man shot by Sacramento police are seeking millions of dollars in damage for his death. The family of twenty two year olds devan Clark wants over fifteen million dollars for funeral expenses attorney's fees and punitive damages. This claim is usually a precursor to a lawsuit. This comes the same day, the Sacramento police fatally shot another person they said had a gun. It's unclear whether that man aimed or fired at officers before they killed him. A police spokesman says a gun was found next one police Clark back in March in his grandmother's backyard officials say that they thought he had a gun, but he was later found beholding a cell

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U.S. probing Wells Fargo's wholesale banking unit

Thom Hartmann

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. probing Wells Fargo's wholesale banking unit

"The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Justice department is investigating potential employee fraud or Wells Fargo's wholesale banking unit. Newspaper says investigators are trying to determine whether management at the Bank, pressured employees to improperly alter customer information without without consent. The journal says the investigation stems from revelations that employs and the wholesale banking unit and social security numbers dates of birth and other customer information to documents in a bid to Beata regulatory deadline. San Francisco based Wells Fargo has been plagued by scandals in recent years, including one that involved employ opening employees opening millions of fake accounts for customers without their

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Tesla's Musk Says He Shed No Tears in NYT Interview

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla's Musk Says He Shed No Tears in NYT Interview

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Tesla shares head for three-month low as deal doubts grow

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00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla shares head for three-month low as deal doubts grow

"Canada Mexico Oakland international meanwhile. Has added Barcelona Roman parish flights in the past year ten twelve San Francisco Tyron right. Taxi into spokesman Doug Geico says they've seen it almost eight percent increase in foreign travel we've had a couple of new airlines. That came into San Francisco over, the past. Year we've also soon existing carriers either increasing, the number of. Flights are operating or using larger aircraft when it comes to foreign visitors South Koreans are, leading the pack San Francisco Get is

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00:29 sec | 2 years ago

KCBS, Melissa Coul Ross and Newswatch discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Tesla shareholder has filed a class action lawsuit against the Palo Alto based electric car manufacturer and CEO Elon Musk the suit accuses. The billionaire of scheming to artificially manipulate the price of Tesla's stock and hurting the company's investors. Shareholder Kalman ISAACs filed the lawsuit yesterday in federal court in San Francisco came claiming, securities fraud suit comes in response to Musk's, tweet earlier this week disclosing he is. Considering taking tesla.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Of approval from the us postal service kcbs reporter mike colgan tells us that a number of his pictures were selected for new line of commemorative stamps there are twenty photos of the old stamp series as an america the beautiful there's a series of four images that relate to spacious skies waves of grain mount majesty's that sort of thing and of those twenty images surprisingly shockingly seven of them are mine yeah gary crab of enlightened images photography in pleasant hill is still having a hard time getting his head around that a hundred years from now some young kid could be starting his stamp collection and come across one of my photos as part of this grand historical archive is mind boggling livermore is featured on one of the stamps these rolling green grass covered hills that you know you might think of a be more like kansas or nebraska you know where it's it's just cows and grass an oak trees why colgan kcbs milpitas police have now some teenager suspected of stealing purses at the great mall police say three fifteen year olds and to fourteen year olds are facing robert robbery and felony evasion charges for allegedly snatching purses in the great mall parking lot this week the teenagers were arrested on thursday after a chase down interstate eighty involving a stolen suv police caught the suspects walking away from the stolen vehicle and we're able to recover some of the victim's property kcbs news time twelve forty four central alarm how can i help you hi i installed my alarm system myself along.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"It's tough to get federal funding these days but kcbs is my colgan says palo alto got more money than it requested for a flood control project the santa clara valley water district it asks the fast for five hundred thousand for flood protection work along san francisco creek but the army corps of engineers actually received six hundred forty six thousand what this means is that the the people who live in santa clara county both rayton tax payers will not have to pay for these critical improvements because the federal government realizes that these benefit everyone what a district board member gary criminal who represents the area recall all the damage that was done by the nineteen ninety eight flood we saw one on one close we saw houses in palo alto east palo alto and some sections of menlo park flooded there are so many people who still remember how bad it was when their houses slotted and there's lives at danger grammar said not only other a lot of homes near the creek but also a giant tech companies including facebook and microsoft the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs a new department of defense policy put in place by the trump administration is ending the military careers of recruits who joined up hoping to achieve citizenship here's kcbs has megan golsby the policy calls for increased screening of recruits who aren't american citizens and now according to an ap report dozens of them have already been told they can't serve with more likely to come they're saying this is a personnel security issue it's never been an issue before but of course with the trump administration's increased harsher view of citizenship and immigration this has become a route to exclude immigrants from military service and excluding them from becoming citizens through serving says dr gary so lease adjunct professor.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Is mike kogan says hi tech leaders are disputing claims made by president trump today that tariffs on china will benefit the sector the word here's trade sanctions against china will negatively impact silicon valley call gore dino ceo the silicon valley leadership group which represents more than three hundred fifty hi tech companies here of course we are doing business around the globe including with china supply chains are global as well and when someone imposes a tariff with that really is is a tax that's going to come right back at us because these other countries don't just sit down and take it they throw down as well gordon was also asked about president trump saying he wants to put a stop to china stealing trade secrets when we're talking about complex issues like intellectual property protection that requires a surgical approach not a sledgehammer president trump says a terrorist meant to try and level the trade imbalance with china the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs san francisco's officials count the last few votes in the city's mayoral election board of supervisors president london breed who is expected to take office next month is already working her main priorities breed who will serve out the remainder of the late mayor at least term tells kcbs those will center around housing what are the things that we've done and i'm really proud of supervisors we have changed our inclusionary housing laws a family of four maybe making a hundred and thirty thirty eight hundred two hundred.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"From kcbs is mike colgan authorities here believe they're seeing higher arrest numbers because of a spike in meth i spoke to one of our patrol deputies whose very active in making methamphetamine arrests and she confirmed that in her experience she seeing an uptick in methamphetamine being possessed by by people in the method is a poorly cooked or bad version of the math santa clara county undersheriff carl new so this is a very gave concern not only do driving a car under the influence of any controlled substance and driving a car under the influence of alcohol is very dangerous and often results in a tragic consequence of new says not only are they seem more use but the flood of cheaply made methods flooding the streets can be deadly silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs san francisco woman accused of killing and dismembering her roommate did not enter a plea during her first court appearance today lisa gonzalez appeared with her attorney she looked composed and briefly answered a question from the judge the severed body of maggie mamer was found in plastic bags at their home earlier this month it's still unclear how long her body had been there before it was discovered by police an attorney for gonzales says she took in mamer after she had been victimized by unscrupulous landlords just ahead on kcbs i'm melissa call ross with the next steps for the twelve companies applying to run scooter rental programs in san francisco with a check of your drive here's george starting to.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Is editing the news this morning san francisco forty niner reuben foster pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of possession of an assault weapon foster gets two years probation and two hundred thirty hours of community service other charges of domestic violence were dropped after foster's exgirlfriend admitted that she made up the story as revenge for him breaking up other legal experts say the recall of santa clara county judge aaron persky could have statewide repercussions kcbs is mike colgan explains persky is recall over the six months sentence he gave former stanford former brock turner on a sexual assault conviction has created a dilemma for judges persky case he actually followed the recommendation of the probation department i can imagine there are many judges out there today same what am i going to do if i follow the probation department but i'm not tough enough am i going to be recalled loyola law school professor laurie levenson says for judge persky the timing of the recall was also a factor there's no question that the current political and cultural atmosphere that we're in the metoo movement impacted this particular case it is important that we re examine the rape laws that we take seriously women's claims i'm in support of that type of effort but i don't think the way to do that is to just throw out any judge especially one who followed the law persky is only the third judge to be recalled in california history and the first since nineteen thirty two in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs harvey weinstein's accusers says the justice won't be served until he's in jail vicki more from our sister station knx in los angeles mira sorvino is an award winning actress who director recently said was black balled in the industry by harvey weinstein servino acclaimed weinstein sexually harassed her and raped other women she knows but servino says times were different then she says she remembers telling everyone about her experience but no one said go to the police so she didn't everyone was just kind of comforting about it and i didn't really understand the law and i didn't i didn't think i was important enough to make a big deal over servino on the today show said the recent charges filed against weinstein or.

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KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Cbs news time ten eleven a south bay judge has been recalled as a result of a sentence handed down in a sexual assault case we get the details from kcbs mike colgan santa clara county superior court judge persky was the target of a recall campaign as a result of a six months sentence he gave former stanford swimmer brock turner they campaign which was led by stanford law professor michelle dober got close to sixty percent vote here in santa clara county we have sent a message sexual violence and violence against women and sexual harassment is a voting issue we are going to vote on it and i think we started to see the beginning of that with the alabama senate race and now we're seeing it again here in santa clara county cindy hendrickson who's been a prosecutor here for twenty three years was elected to serve the remainder of judge persky term the silicon valley bureau by colgan kcbs other high profile recall southern california voters tossed out a democratic state senator who voted to raise gas taxes orange county state senator josh neumann lost to is two thousand sixteen opponent former assemblywoman lynn chang this loss puts the democrats below a two thirds supermajority in the senate republican backed moved to repeal the gas tax increase is likely to be on november ballot the newman recall was considered an early test of where voters stand recall leader carl demayo says the vote shows that politicians who supported the gas tax will pay the price at the ballot box kcbs news time ten.

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KCBS All News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Election is ridiculous kcbs news time ten forty four more than two hundred people had to be evacuated from the south based largest homeless shelter this week as a result of the fire that started in the industry drier during the night kcbs is mike cohen says the good news is no one got hurt but now there's another problem the monday night fire the cardo reception centre wiped out their supply of blanket sheets and towels every night we have about two hundred and fifty people who check into our bacardi reception centres shelter and when they check in they get a blanket and they also get sheets for their mattresses and of course they get towels to take a shower with so those are the things that we go through every single day andrea earn ceo of home for services says many people are under the mistaken impression that they only need help during the winter months people are not going to freeze to death if they sleep outside right now however we still have two hundred and fifty people coming inside nations can be dropped off at twenty eleven little orchard street in san jose off curtain in the silicon valley bureau mike colgan kcbs up kcbs gentlemen with a new analysis of the economic impact single beer locals as well but we draw tourists from all over the world kcbs sports now with steve baker the unhcr's western conference playoffs resume tonight with winnipeg at las vegas the golden knights up two games to one while tampa bay is hosting washington in game five of the eastern finals tomorrow night they are even at two after last night's game tied at two eight minutes remaining and tampa bay on the power play in dc candy penalty.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Finalizing those plans and will be providing these services in the next few weeks in san francisco making gold speak kcbs us drug regulators are publicizing information on brand name drug makers that use what government officials called gaming tactics to block cheaper generic versions on its website the fda has named the makers of more than fifty brand name drugs that are under scrutiny and more than two hundred people have to be vacuumed from the south bay's largest homeless shelter on monday as a result of a fire that started in an industrial dryer kcbs is mike colgan says no one was hurt but now there's another problem the monday night fire the mcardle reception centre wiped out their supply of blankets sheets and towels every night we have about two hundred and fifty people who check into our bacardi reception centre shelter and when they check in they get a blanket and they also get sheets for their mattresses and of course they get towels to take a shower with so those are the things that we go through every single day andrea earn ceo of home for services says many people are under the mistaken impression that they only need help during the winter months yeah people are not going to freeze to death if they sleep outside right now however we still have two hundred and fifty people coming inside nations can be dropped off at twenty eleven little orchard street in san jose off kurt warner in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs and investigators have identified a twenty year old man suspected a burglarizing six commercial businesses in san francisco over an eight week period in the most recent incident back in march giovane neal is accused of stealing.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"Lot more details on this game coming up next update live from oracle rate of the sports update at eight fifteen live from the arena with bruce coming up on the heels of its data privacy scandal facebook ceo mark zuckerberg told developers in san jose today that the company needs to take a broader view of its responsibility we get more on the conference from kcbs mike colgan zaka burrow said facebook needs to do a better job at a number of areas starting with data privacy this is an important moment we need to do more to keep people safe and we will but we also need to keep building and bringing the world closer together also do a better job about protecting election integrity by the end of this year we will have twenty thousand people working unsecurity and content review and facebook and we've created an independent election research commission so independent academics can give us ideas and hold us accountable to make sure that these systems work on a lighter note zuckerberg also announced a new dating feature for as he put it longterm relate ships there are two hundred million people on facebook list themselves a single so clearly there's something to do here we're focused on helping people build meaningful relationships and this is perhaps the most meaningful of all in san jose why colgan kcbs turned down for the international workers day rally and march in oakland today also known as may day he cbs is margie shave reports demonstrators in oakland had a multi pronged message about justice is being held by frankie galo plaza red driving for a fair future at tesla black lives matter and no border wall police terror or union busting gary jimenez is with sei you tend to one a union representing fifty five thousand workers in northern california but the reason that we're here we're marching because working people need to stand up together wanna floors is concerned about lack.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"colgan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To find a solution that works for the city of oakland our community and for the as and being able to parallel happy options is a great step to do that the deal freezes out any other potential developers for now who may be interested in the coliseum site while the as try to hammer out a deal with the city to buy or one with the port to build downtown in oakland doug sovereign kcbs it's no secret that a lot of kids today go to school hungry kcbs is my colgan says the second harvest food bank is taking a novel approach by opening food pantries on school campuses missionary those boxes don't test the concrete or second harvest has open twenty seven new school pantries and santa clara and san mateo counties and just the last year found that by going into schools where they're very large number of kids who are eligible for free and low cost lunch that's a good indicator that it's a very high needs school and so we're providing a distribution of groceries and fresh produce to families in those schools the best way to reach kids is by reaching families in schools where they're already going the second harvest ceo leslie baccio so so taking that one step further by also putting food pantries at ten college campuses lending we've learned is that many college students are really struggling after they pay their tuition after they pay the high cost of housing there's often little money left over for food bagio says almost ninety thousand kids rely on second harvest food every month the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs moneywatch on cbs stocks ended lower with just one trading session left in the first quarter the dow jones industrials fell back nine points to twenty three thousand eight forty eight the nasdaq lost fifty nine points or eight tenths percent the s and p five hundred closed down seven points or three tenths percent a new earnings reporting season will begin next month omar sharif of societe generale tells bloomberg radio.

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KCBS All News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"The berries news station kcbs looking at clearing skies decreasing showers overnight chilly temperatures to start our tuesday which will be sunny and dry that evening i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening a landscape or was killed in south san jose this afternoon when he came into contact with hightension power lines while trimming a tree we get the story from kcbs as my colgan the fire department says the man it was working in the backyard of a home here on page mail drive near a highway 1 and hell year was likely killed in simulate i don't know that he was aware of the power lines but it looks like either he he cut the branch in the branch hit the power line or he contacted the power line himself san jose fire department captain daniel veiga said the reins earlier in the day could have been a factor people don't think of wood as highly conductive and it's not but days like today when you have you know it's windy and it was raining earlier so the wood is probably wet and the the water on the would an in the would could conduct that electricity if you're working in trees and it's windy the branches may move in a way that you're not ready for or the wires may move and make that contact and with the high tension power lines it's extremely dangerous the house what this tragic incident happened is vacant where the four sale side of the front yard in south san jose by colgan kcbs the us supreme court her arguments today in a case that could severely hurt organized labor cases over whether workers who opted out of union membership should be required to pay a free he cbs's paula qantas union backers say the case could also severely cripple union bargaining power union backers argue with holding dues could crimp a unions power not just at the ballot box but at the bargaining table if there is no money to fund collective bargaining every worker gets screwed cb diamond teachers third grade 'achaba elementary whose teachers are holding a worktorule day here and across the district not just to support their union in the face of supreme court arguments but also because they're back at the bargaining table over and expired contract debbie flanagan teachers first grade people have benefited from all that past history and.

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