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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Com. KCBS news time eleven twenty one. More tech companies are getting into the housing market, the Chan's Zuckerberg initiative Facebook, the San Francisco foundation Genentech and others are now backing a fund that intends to build or preserve more than eight thousand homes in the bay area in the next five to ten years the half a billion dollar fund is expected to pay for projects in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo Alameda, and contra Costa counties has five of the nine bay area counties. And it's for residents making up one hundred fifty percent of the local area median income. It's the latest attempt to do something about the affordable housing shortage and in Richmond. That city has agreed to pay nearly six hundred sixty thousand dollars in a settlement with nine elderly and disabled public housing. Tenants over substandard living conditions of the hacienda housing complex. The tennis say that their homes were overrun by rodents and also roaches roof leaks. Mold the head of the Richmond housing authority admitted the hacienda was uninhabitable. A legal challenge that was holding up more than six billion dollars in funds for road and transit improvements in the south bay has been rejected by the California Supreme Court KCBS is my call and says that means a host projects can now move forward. It means finally the pairing potholes that are sitting -ly everywhere on south bay roads with one point two billion over the thirty year life of measure, b that's a lot of potholes to fix. That's a lot of safety improvements for motorists whether you're on four wheels or two wheels. Who know that you not only have a more dangerous ride with potholes, but you have a more expensive ride because you use more gas. You have your car out of alignment, you have all the other problems associated with the bumpy conditions of our local streets and roads called Borodino seal. The Silicon Valley leadership group led the measure B fight another big winner is those of us who have been waiting for decades for the Bart extension into San Jose. And Santa Clara, this is to bring it into downtown San Jose in the city of Santa Clara with one point five billion in local funds measure also includes nine hundred fourteen million for countering. The Silicon Valley bureau by Colgan KCBI. A new effort is underway to reduce gridlock on the peninsula. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports on a campaign called carpool two point. Oh by.

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"These are nearing the end of the line. A proposal by the California Air Resources board calls for tragedy agencies to fully electrified bus fleets by twenty forty Dan Lieberman was Sanchez has. That's all well and good. But show us the money. We want to make sure that if we're if the state is setting standards to require agencies to go zero emissions the wanna make sure they're also providing the funding necessary for that to be possible for both the purchase of the vehicles and the infrastructure necessary to support them Lieberman says electric buses are about twenty percent more expensive than diesel our entire bus fleet is about three hundred buses if we had to get them all on electric power. We need to greatly increase the capacity of power coming into our bases. Which would take a pretty substantial overhaul? These are challenges that we have a lot of time to figure out, but at the same time, we just wanna make sure the state isn't jumping the gun and setting requirements without putting the Fleming behind it to get their Lieberman says they won't be buying any more diesel buses. Why Colgan KCBI? ES? A man from the central valley town of Madeira near Fresno was arrested for allegedly assaulting a man after the forty Niners game at Levi stadium on Sunday. Police arrested thirty four year old David Gonzales, Tuesday, the assault took place in the stadium parking lot. After the game. Police say Gonzales punch victim in the face. Then punched him again as he tried to walk away. At last report. The victim was in critical condition. And elementary school in San Francisco, celebrated the completion of a project that will help better manage it. Stormwater KCBS is Keith men Coney says as part of a larger effort to upgrade drainage systems throughout the city. You can see we have more than two creek beds over here and dry creek beds after a boisterous ribbon cutting ceremony. The students have Robert Louis Stevenson elementary school explained the ins and outs of what they're calling a storm water. Schoolyard, Sarah, bloom of the San Francisco public utilities commission says the goal here is to have less ground covered by impervious surfaces surfaces like asphalt concrete where when the rain hits it it just runs immediately often miss isn't able to soak into the ground and more covered by pervious features like special pavement that rain can actually drain through rocky trenches that collect and channel water, and of course, plants and foliage bloom points out that right beneath our feet here. This is historical sand dunes out here in the sunset district. So with these new features in place. The storm water just goes. Straight through back down into our groundwater up. And it stays out of the wastewater system. This school is just an early adopter though. The condition is working on a program to fund similar drainage projects throughout San Francisco. Keith men Coney KCBS, a new thirty four hundred acre park is opening in sonoma's county in KCBS. Megan goals, be says it opens at the end of the month on the scene is a model for local and tribal governments LA lake regional park which lies southeast of Petaluma wasn't important healing site to the native people of the area of medicine person would take a man or woman would take a charm stone and pull the disease out of a person's body, and then with that disease attached to the stone throw it in the lake and drown it, Greg. Sarah's chairman of the federated Indians of great and rancher RIA says stones were found in that lake from his far away as Mexico and Canada. Now, he says when the park opens to the public on the twenty seventh it will still be an important place for his tribe because they're co managing the land with. The county's regional parks district. That means funding to even open up the park after a decade of trying to make it happen prescribed burns and upkeep. We're still here. We never went anywhere. People. Always ask me. What did the Indians? Do it. Always we're always a past tense thing. And this is our chance to be present tense to help all of us. Find ways to save this earth save this planet one park at a time into Nova county making bold speak case DD to forty five. Here's your sportsline with Bruce. Well, it was only an exhibition game. But the warriors Lakers match up in Las Vegas on Wednesday night was note worthy. And that it was LeBron James I action against the warriors as a member of the Lakers. And it was certainly an entertaining game to watch all.

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is nearing the end of the line proposal by the California Air Resources board calls for transit agencies to fully electrify bus fleets by twenty forty Dan Lieberman. Was Sanchez says that's all well and good. But show us the money. We want to make sure that if we're if the state of setting standards to require a plus agencies to go zero emissions, we wanna make sure they're also providing the funding necessary for that to be possible for both the purchase of the vehicles and the infrastructure necessary to support them Lieberman says electric buses are about twenty percent more expensive than diesel our entire bus fleet is about three hundred buses if we had to get them all on electric power. We need to greatly increase the capacity of power coming into our bases. Which would take a pretty substantial overhaul? These are challenges that we have a lot of time to figure out, but at the same time, we just want to make sure the state isn't jumping the gun and setting requirements without putting the Fleming behind it to get their Lieberman says they won't be buying any more diesel buses. Why Colgan KCBI? PS election officials in Silicon Valley say they are ready for any attempts to try and hack the results of the November election, but his KCBS is Matt Bigler reports there is a part of the statewide voting system that is vulnerable to cyber bad guys. We're talking about the voter registration rolls maintained by the state of California that is in a state wide database, and we maintain our portion of it here at the county level Wendy Hudson spokesperson for the Santa Clara county. Register voters says security measures are in place, but she admits that database could be hacked. She says if a voter worse somehow removed from the rolls they could use a provisional ballot on election day as for the ballots themselves. Hudson says there shouldn't be any problem there. Our voting equipment is secured while it's in storage, it's secured while it's going through the preparations for the election. It's secured during the time that it's delivered to the polling place, and it's secured throughout election day in front of the precinct board. Despite all the news about Russian election. Interference voters. We talked to like Andrei expressed confidence in the voting system. Yeah. Just I don't take anything for granted. But in general, I do trust the system in San Jose, Matt Bigler.

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sagging PG power lines were responsible for a fire last year that killed four people and injured a firefighter. Cal fire says strong winds caused the lines to touch creating an electrical arc that sparks dry. Vegetation below the cascade fire started on October eighth of last year and eventually burn fifteen square miles, and you county and destroy two hundred sixty four structures. It was one of several wildfires swept through northern California that month killing forty four people and destroying more than five thousand homes peach, and he is facing dozens of lawsuits from insurers that have spent billions of dollars settling claims from homeowners. The cause of several large fires from last October are still under investigation. San Jose police are searching for a suspect. They arrested. Who managed to steal one of the departments patrol cars this morning that as we hear from KCBS? It's my coke them. Police are more worried about how the suspect managed to escape in the first place. Mike Rebecca, the suspect was arrested for stealing a semi was placed in the back seat of a Chevy caprice patrol car with his hands cuffed as you say behind his back. The next thing officers realized he was driving off of the car. Able to flip coast to the front of his body. And then somehow open the the rear passenger door were suspects or house when they were arrested in and he was able to get into the front of the police car and drive away patrol car was recovered intact in Hayward with all weapons accounted for Saturday. Police sergeant and Ricky Garcia says this incident raises a number of questions we need to look at not only the Chevy caprice battle or other police cars and see if there's an issue with someone being able to escape like what happened here. So we are going to look at what happened here in. How can we from? The suspect is forty year old Andrew Trujillo. It was wearing an orange Campbell. Towing jump shirt live in San Jose by Colgan KCBI. All right. Thanks a lot. Mike registrations. Now open for bay area. Homeowners who want to retrofit their homes to resist earthquake damage KCBS is Carrie Hodousek. Took a tour of one of the homes today in Oakland, John alma Faye? Takes us on a tour of the basement where anchor bolts and plywood are added to strengthen it and keep the house on its foundation. So here's the original one part of the house, and you come in here. And you're putting in a new anchor bolt between this piece of the house, which is would and the concrete foundation of the house. Let's say is the executive director of earthquake Brayson bolt also known as e b it's.

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"James Thomas has many stores are coming around that kind of thinking we close because we want to send a message that we value our workers, whether they do or don't the other day of the year is not the question. We value our customers today. So we'll let them stay hall. Why Colgan KCBI as work continues to shore up? The transbay transit center. KCBS is Marquis. Schaefer reports that the park atop the center could reopen. I the fix for the transbay transit center will take several weeks, but car traffic could roll on Fremont street at the end of next week and the five point four acre public park atop the center could reopen in a month. We could probably be able to open the park after we get this goes back to know what the causes. And so that would be the first week of November executive director of the transport joint powers at thirty marks Abana explains. The loading of people in a park is not significant compared to bus loading, obviously, we don't feel it's safe to operate buses temperature organiser, but I think. Okay. Opening. The park is definitely a possibility. Buses are now using the temporary transbay terminal Bruce Gibbons is with Thornton Thomas city, which provided structural design services for the transbay transit center. This is not the first time the Steelers cracked, but in each case the factors can be totally different. Which is why does the need to look at all the different factors to understand what caused might be cracked beam material will be examined under a microscope to see what's happening with the metal. Which can explain how the fracture occurred Margie Schaefer KCBS, we'll the Oakland as are in the Bronx for a one game wildcard playoff tonight against the Yankees and former KCBS reporter, Mike sugarman bumped into sommes fans in the Big Apple..

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Number or making any payments bed with. Apartment list on their survey which found some surprising numbers in the San Francisco metro we see that nearly half of renters. Have? Encountered a suspect or fraud listing while they were searching for their next department why Colgan KCBI S. nearly one third of renters in California spend, more than half, their income on rent now California Senator Kamala Harris has come up with a proposal aimed at evening the Plainfield bit. It would provide federal tax credits to families it's. Been more. Than thirty percent. Of their income. On rent the plan. Would benefit families earning up to one hundred thousand dollars. A year or one hundred twenty five. Thousand and high cost regions like the bay, area Harris says the idea is to quote ensure that no. Family is priced out of the basic security of a place to live. The Bill hasn't gotten any Republican support and Harrison knowledge is it could be an uphill climb to get it passed a social media post. Critical of homeless encampments in San Jose has landed. Supporters of local firefighters in hot water as KCBS map Bigler reports from San Jose the fire departments pushing back against the, comments the Facebook post from friends of San Jose firefighters. Said quotes the homeless have no regard for private or public property and camp is dangerous for our folks and a huge. Draw on resources The comments were accompanied with a photo of an encampment. Homeless, advocates were quick to denounce the post and San Jose's acting fire chief said the comments. Do not represent the fire department earlier this. Month department spokesperson captain Mitch Matlock told KCBS down in there. Someplace I'm sure that there are homeless encampments and while those people do not have traditional homes what they do have down there is everything they have Andy. Says it's, their job to serve them as well as housed people friends of San Jose firefighters has posted an apology on their. Facebook page in recent weeks fire crews. Have responded to several large grass fires here some of them near homeless encampments in San Jose Matt Bigler KCBS it's Brown it's green it's white and it's scummy it's toxic blue green algae that you see. When the weather gets warm, as KCBS reporter Holly tells us it's cracked. Into parts of the delta prompting a county health warning, contra Costa health, officials are warning people to stay out of the water in parts of discovery bay this comes after East Bay regional Officials found the same icky blue. Green algae at a kayak launch fishing pier and Oakley we're line warning signs already tell, you not to get in the water or eat the. Fish the, algae is a toxin which can cause rash stomach cramps vomiting. And fever exposure to high levels can even be deadly Joe dozer is..

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is the second of two fires in the vicinity with a much larger one burning yesterday afternoon the fire burned more than two hundred acres on and around the lime ridge open space along ignatio valley road well we're learning more about the suspect and a cold case murder who killed himself when santa clara county sheriff's deputies showed up at his san jose apartment earlier this week to arrest him kcbs is my cole dave crawford was the prime suspect in the murder of nineteen year old all his perry at stanford university's memorial church forty three years ago crawford who worked at the church is a security guard shot himself in the head as deputies his studio apartment sheriff laurie smith said they did find him interesting stuff and his unit in a box in a closet with some other important papers was a copy of a book called the ultimate evil and that looks like it talks about serial killers and why was there we thought that was unusual deputies also discovered an old suicide note it was rambling it was very short is appear to be very hastily written it was dated in two thousand sixteen which is about the gate that our detectives talked to him and i think this is the first time we'd been talked to for many years sheriff smith said the motive for the murder will likely never be discovered in san jose by colgan kcbi if you have a home security system it might keep your home and family safe all it's turned on but what else does it do for you i'm ali one of the founders of alarm dot com when we started the company more than fifteen.

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"There was a pit bull attack sunday in san francisco four people and a small dog were bitten by two pit bulls just before noon dolores park in the mission the fight was broken up in the owner of the pit bulls got them leashed and quickly left the park without providing any information about himself or the dogs the man was last seen on nowy street but a search failed to locate him or the pit bulls anyone with information is urged to contact the sf pd santa clara's current citywide election system for city council seats apparently violates the california voting rights act kcbs is mike hogan reports on the findings by a south bay judge the judge sided with asian american groups which sued the city contending the president at large election system discriminates against asians what happens is that the asian american candidates are never able to be elected because there's a block of voters mostly the white voters who are not voting for the asian american candidates richard condo with the asian law alliances it would be more equitable if council members are elected by district the basic thing is that voters should have the opportunity to elect people of their choice whether they be asian american or otherwise and based on the experts that testify during the trial they found that there was racially polarized voting in the city of santa clara the judge in fact held at the present system violates the california voting rights act but santa clara city attorney brian doyle doesn't agree saying in a statement at the city will be filing its objections by may thirtieth in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbi not going very far it's too uncomfortable i'm in a hurry sometimes i just forget there's no such thing as a.

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KCBS All News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sprint one today phony sixty four gigabyte twenty nine seventeen months second iphone eight after twenty nine seventeen month credit applied within two bills request to one new one upgrade with eighteen month leases earlier nation results in full balanced tax credits for documentation restrictions apply kcbs news time seven eleven and workers who helped restore properties after the fire in october are suing their employers for allegedly cheating them of regular and overtime pay and verbally abusing them the class action lawsuit filed march twenty third in snow mechanic spirit names to out of state companies southern response services based in alabama and interstate restoration based in texas attorney karen carreira says more than a hundred workers gathered a parking lots and cinema and napa counties that we're taking in vans to clean and restore fire damaged properties according to the complaint the workers were paid with credit cards it cost three dollars to use instead of a bank card and some of the workers also lost their homes in the fire the suit seeks recovery of unpaid wages penalties and interest and injunctive relief to force the out of state companies to comply with california's wage and our laws many schools have had a difficult time determining how to handle ice agents showing up on their campus he cbs mike colgan says the state attorney general has now issued a policy guy for schools to follow the policy guide lays out how schools can protect students from immigration enforcement on school grounds education consultant perla rodriguez represents more than a dozen school districts said superintendents have been looking for guidance school districts have been trying to figure out this issue on their own what policies should they have in place how do they train their employees what's the right thing to do how do they continue to maintain their relationship with local authorities say the immigration issue wasn't something school districts had to deal with in the past there's family planning happening and what i mean is what happens if a parent that's undocumented gets picked up by ice well who's picking up that child from school who do they turn that child over to so there's a lot of planning that's happening in immigrant communities in particular because of the fear and because they want to be prepared in the case that something as devastating as being deported by is are picked up by ice happens why colgan kcbi.

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"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"colgan kcbi" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The summer so we have room to capture water in the winter and when that rain doesn't come then we are not able to fill those reservoirs the santa clara valley wanna district says we're coming to the end of the rainy season we're not going to get much more water in april it's not likely that we would get a heck of a lot of water in april so april first is really a key milestone date brighter side people are continuing to conserve and the groundwater basin looks good the silicon valley bureau by colgan kcbi cbs damn lake in the sierra nevada foothills prompted about three dozen people to evacuate but a full damn alert failure was verdict water began leaking through the front of the marcus and damn this morning and some damage had been seen around the spillway as the water and debris were rushing into the small mocks in reservoir and fill that late within a couple of feet of the top of the dam but the water has receded officials no longer concerned about a dam failure say the last time the dam was inspected was in may of last year a young man involved in an officer involved shooting in san francisco has died an officer who was also shot continues to recover kcbs is margie schaefer reports more details will be released in the coming days the officer involved shooting occurred on amazon avenue as police responded to a report of a man with a gun on wednesday afternoon the suspect who died after being transported to the hospital has been identified as twenty one year old jihad eat soon city know that are suspect has been pronounced deceased the coroner's office will do their portion of the investigation and then the department of police accountability also does an independent investigation so you have a number of things going right now at a san francisco police chief bill scott who says the da and police are also investigating within ten days we will have a town hall as protocol and hopefully by then we will be able to share more details with you all san francisco mayor mark farrell i was able to visit the officer in the hospital and thank him for his service to our city and was able to.

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