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"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. Caroline Wozniacki was knocked off by Maria Sharapova, third round action sports at fifteen and forty five hundred zero six nine
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
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.
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
"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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"And find a contractor for people to get a cleaner energy mix for less residents and businesses can't elect opt out of the program at San Jose city hall. Why Colgan KCBS? High speed rail discussed a lot closer to reaching downtown. San Francisco KCBS has Megan goals. We report city transportation planners have approved an underground tunnel for Cal train to extend to the transbay terminal that same tunnel would be used by high. Speed rail trains is is an extension more than ten years in the making will big projects are hard. They never happen fast. But we're fortunate that we've has a long term plan to expand service into the city shameless. Murphys speaks for Cal train. He says a lot of commuters that could be taking these high speed trains or instead clogging the freeways because the terminus. Now is it fourth and king in because Cal train is packed to the gills. It's a necessary improvement. If we're gonna continue to grow job and population wise in the bay area, we have to improve our transit systems to get more riders onto those systems and get people out of their single occupied vehicles. We don't have an opportunity to expand our highways much more than they are today. In the bay area. If we're going to take our emissions and greenhouse gas reduction strategy seriously, we need to look at transit, and specifically electric transit and Cal train is electrifying now with that project scheduled to be completed by twenty twenty to the extension scheduled to open in twenty twenty seven Megan gold, speak KCBS. Bart board of directors will consider a policy today that would ban staff travel to nine states that have passed laws that would discriminate against the lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender community. The states include Alabama, Kansas and Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina. Oklahoma and South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas if approved the policy will go into effect on October first. Approximately three hundred fifty of the planned five hundred miles of the San Francisco Bay trail are now complete KCBS. Jeffrey Schaub reports from one of the newest sections in the East Bay in panel for three decades public leaders have wanted to build this bridge pretty spectacular..
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
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
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
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
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
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
Tesla's Musk Says He Shed No Tears in NYT Interview
"Hockey teams curling clubs at ice dancers to name just a few at Shaw Sharks ice in San Jose by Colgan KCBS NASA. Says it an astronaut in training has. Resigned halfway through the two years training program and, it marks the first time in fifty years at an astronaut training has quit the program Rob, colon was among a dozen new. Astronauts selected from a record number of applicants more than eighteen thousand you've been working for SpaceX and NASA said that he is leaving for
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
Demi Lovato checks in to rehab following apparent overdose
"Yes speculators no pretty Miranda is one of those drag queens. Who performs. Under the name Alexis Miranda he's lived in the house for fifteen years in his housemates have been there even longer at fifty one, years old. To be asleep my home there's nowhere else in the city, anybody can afford to live but his landlords have just a few years are invoking the Ellis act which. Allows owners to evict tenants if they're taking the property. Off the market entirely attorney Andrew Sachs rep Presents the landlords Mike clients own a building in San Francisco that they bought. With they're very hard earned money and they wanna use that building for themselves in their family that Miranda and his lawyer say. It goes deeper than that they say the landlords are discriminating against the tenants because they're gay then, because they performed drag the. Vibes, the feeling, that taking the child and turning its face when whenever either of us, will come. In and out Zack says his client's flatly deny any discrimination former state Senator Mark Leno was at the rally he says this is, a clear. Sign the state needs to work to change the Ellis act, and the city needs to do more to protect its tenants we keep losing our entertainers drag performers are. Artists are musicians San Francisco loses in San Francisco Megan. Gold speak KCBS Album in parts of California during the next US senses Claudia pisgah reports from our sister station KNX in Los Angeles about a third of, the census tracts in l. LA county are considered hard to count. In San Bernardino county it's close to thirty percent there are a lot of reader that people may fail to respond to, this I've been the director. Of research at the public policy institute of California says groups that tend to be undercounted include people of, color and immigrants are demographic trends right have pushed up the even more an after action so seventy five percent of Californians are into one, or more s.. Historically hard to count group she says the addition. Of a, citizenship question could also hurt. The count lawsuits over that are pending the Commerce Department's public comment period on the citizenship question will be closing soon. As for why people should. Be concerned about under counting bone, notes could affect political representation and, federal funding, for California Again that was Claudia pisgah reporting this morning People are getting plastic surgery facial plastic. Surgery and have been doing it, for years but KCBS is my call says there are. Doctors now are. Noticing an alarming new trend it's called Snapchat this morpheus teens wanting to. Look like they're filtered fees that Caen lavar she is director of the ethics skin center. At Boston University school of, medicine years ago, when patients came to me they would say I want to look like XYZ celebrity and in would bring in a photograph of a certain celebrity wanting to emulate the maybe a certain characteristic. Of that's liberty such as Angelina Jolie's left but now more. So I, see much much less of that and instead no patients are either coming in with with a non filtered Southie and, asking something in that photograph to be fixed, maybe an asymmetric a groove in the lip something that they're seeing that they don't. Lie, or they're coming in with a filtered Photograph that's been moving out and. Rummages have been removed and ask, them to look like that filtered image Dr VAR she. Says many patients today consider having, an older face as being more beautiful my Colgan KCBS. Last FM last. Month singer Demi Lovato suffered an apparent drug overdose after years of battling. Addiction she was rushed to the hospital on July twenty four and officers at the scene. Reported drug paraphernalia it has, still not been, disclosed what drugs she was taking at the time however this past weekend Levato took to her Instagram page to address the overdose for the first time she wrote I have always been transparent. About my journey with addiction what I've learned is that this. Illness is, not something that disappears or fades with time is something I must continue to overcome and.
Android 9 Pie is available now on Google Pixel phones
"Traffic center. Gotta check on Hayward, in union city southbound, eighty after highway ninety two Cal trans has all but the left lane blocked and the Tennyson road off ramp is getting roped into all this traffic will be. Heavy before highway ninety two up to ten road you'll. Be at the limit until you pass industrial Parkway and then it is. Just stalling crawl until you reach all Varotto boulevard so expect to have a very slow stretch across from their contra Costa county, Eastshore freeway eastbound between central avenue. In Carlson boulevard multiple lane still closed for paving you'll be on. The brakes from central avenue up to Potrero avenue you can use five eighty. Eastbound or westbound I should say to reach Bayview and then. From there you can get back on eastbound eighty that'll save you some time. And looking at my Golden Gate Bridge instant camera. I am seeing a very thick layer of fog it's pretty hard. To see the brake lights in front of you so make sure to try and. Take it slow and, go, as you come across One of our biggest landmarks your, next traffic update twelve, fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS six day forecast heavy coastal fog spreading into the bay overnight with lows in the fifties mostly clear inland mostly sunny. Today after morning overcast with fog at the coast all. Day highs from the sixties at the beaches seventies and low eighties around. The bay to the mid nineties inland no change in the weather weather pattern all day through the weekend traffic and weather together, on the eighth on all news. One oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS Jessica years at the. KCBS editor's desk this morning KCBS news time is twelve forty nine opponents of. A measure that would legally extend drinking hours to four AM. In specific cities are calling for the measure to be killed in state assembly. This week more from Pete Demetrio with our all. New sister station KNX in Los Angeles the Bill could pass the. Next ten days and allow for a test program over a five year period permit Four AM closing for bars and l. a. Long Beach Sacramento Palm, Springs West Hollywood at San, Francisco among other cities, LA city councilman Paul Koretz spoke along. With those opposing the measure, saying we already have enough of a problem with the is in the. Attendant costs in. The state over a quarter of all traffic collisions are caused by alcohol and that's responsible for over eleven hundred deaths each year at a cost of California of eight point four. Billion dollars opponents also say the spillover effects of late night drinkers will impact residential communities and put even more inebriated drivers on. The road, in the hours going into morning drive that's Pete Demetriou Demetrio with our all. News sister station KNX in Los, Angeles International travel is on the rise all over the world except here as KCBS Rebecca corral reports travel to the US from other countries has been on the decline since Donald Trump. Donald Trump moved into the White House so US has lost. One percent of the worldwide travel market over the past year and a half which may sound like a small Number but actually represents a, lot of money. At American jobs according to the US travel association we, are seeing massive decline in tourism and this hurts our economy to the tune of thirty two point two billion lost tourist dollars. And one hundred thousand lost, jobs travel industry analysts Henry heartfelt is with the atmosphere research group that's a lot of loss of, people staying in hotels shopping at stores eating at restaurants in that loss of revenue also translate into fewer tax dollars for the community does he says industry insiders blame it on President. Trump when you go on vacation you want to go to a country where, you will feel safe respected and whether you will feel, welcome and unfortunately the Trump administration has basically put out an unwelcome map to most of the world while floor and travel to the US is down overall San. Francisco has seen an increase in the number of people coming here from all over the world Rebecca, Correll KCBS plastic surgeons say there Seeing an increasing demand from teens wanting to look like themselves the. Race social media filter KCBS, is my Cogan says that. Has some doctors worried dermatologists, say many are looking to change their biological features we have an automatic tendency to define someone as beautiful. Or not, beatable as attractive or not as active in one of that is kind of what you're getting at is is the shape of the. Face, so having a more oval face like a heart shaped face is considered to be more beautiful for. Women disaster that the beautiful, sexual morphism Director of the ethics skin center at Boston University. School of medicine says some patients see something in a selfish they don't like and want fixed or they're coming in with a filtered photograph that's been smoothing out and and blemishes have been removed and and. Ask them to look like that, filtered image Betty surgeons are worried that teens are striving for perfection rather than embracing themselves why Colgan KCBS The latest Android system is out today on Google pixel phones and it's, called pie some features of pie use artificial intelligence technology to improve users digital wellbeing for, instance it comes. With a feature that switches on night light mode and fades the screened gray before bedtime it also includes an app timer for people. To limit how long they spent on apps such as Instagram if. You're curious Google chose the name, pie in part because of an upcoming feature called slices which will offer slices of information.
Mega Millions winners identified as California office pool
"Have gotten when, I. Was a kid. You could hardly carry one of. Those big old board I got some hanging in the shop here early sixties classics they will they weighed. Fifty pounds more more. And now they're like feathers Jeff's. Coli lookalike, Bobby knocks, was trying, to catch some waves here at. Steamers. Lane was glad to hear about the state having an official California surfing day I think it's. Wonderful it's attracting people to the sport. It's God you know I mean what's not to like about it really. The problem would be is if there's not a swell. On that day Tasty waves in Santa Cruz by Colgan. KCBS California's state fair in Sacramento had far fewer arrests this year than, it has in recent years KCBS is making goals who reports they. Also had, fewer people, going through the turnstiles was a lovely peaceful fair the contrast to some of the past says Sabrina Washington media director for the state fair like. Last year for example when admission gates had to close early on opening night and a brawl got sixty. People ejected what are police department has really stepped up. Is trying to make sure that we have, a really clear. And concise. Code of conduct that we hold. Every fair goer every, guest. Is expected to. Adhere to there were only twelve. Arrests during the fares roughly two week run last month as compared to an average of sixty six per. Fair from two thousand. Nine to twenty seventeen ninety six. Percent of, people saying, they felt, safe at the California state fair. Which. Is a really positive number for us to see as well of course It was also the lowest attendance, the fair has seen in twenty years but. Washington says one thing in particular could be to blame for that the Sacramento weather he does. Play a role and I do know for a fact that the tu-tuesdays of our fair were triple, digit days. And Tuesdays our kids free days so kids twelve, and under get in free making them. Usually some of. The most, popular days but she says she's hoping word gets out before next year that there are air. Conditioned buildings and spray misters around the fair to make sure visitors don't overeat Megan gold speak KCBS while the California lottery says last month's winners have more than half. A billion dollar mega millions jackpot are. Members of an office pool eleven people went, in together and became multimillionaires together they declined to say where they work they did say they're going to keep their jobs the lottery. Winners declined to speak to the media they would not be photographed the, winning ticket was purchased at Ernie's liquors on south white road in. San Jose KCBS news time four twenty five it's. Well known that. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says, the world's richest person but it isn't well known that his parents may also be billionaires I'm Geoff Colvin, of fortune magazine with. Inside business the explanation is simple in nineteen, ninety-five Jackie and Mike bazo so invested about two. Hundred forty six thousand dollars in their son's fledgling ecommerce website the young entrepreneur cautioned, his parents that this was a very risky investment and he didn't want them. To be, angry if it turned out badly they, went ahead anyway and what may be the most successful venture capital investment of all time was the result. If they had held onto their stock it would. Apparently be worth almost thirty billion dollars. Today the parents holdings haven't been publicly disclosed since, the end, of nineteen ninety nine so it's unclear. How much they still own. But they're continuing donations of Amazon stock to their charitable foundation suggests they still control A healthy chunk of. The company if they, haven't sold or, donated, any other. Shares then they would be Amazon's second-largest individual owners after their son and, their total return on that initial investment would be about twelve million. Percent of course any financial advisor would have told. Them long ago to diversify their holdings, but based on publicly. Available information even if they had sold all their shares at the lowest possible prices. They still would have cleared about one hundred million dollars inside business I'm Geoff Colvin for CBS news apple at a trillion why it matters I'm, Brian Cooley from seeing that in search of the next big thing apple just became the first publicly traded US. Company to be worth a trillion dollars, Wall Street has its own reasons to care but what. Does it mean to the rest of us I the most recent annual earnings. That put apple at this milestone or heavily, powered by growth in services as opposed to just selling iphones services were long weeks Spot but now Apple Pay I cloud apple music and others are working, for them Secondly apple sold fewer iphones than expected but the average price of each one was higher than expected thanks to the very expensive. Iphone ten, and Thirdly that trend of making more money selling fewer phones is going, to be important for apple as, they have now slid down to the world's number three smartphone maker by, volume with Weiwei moving into number two by a solid margin and. Samsung number one and wa way has barely entered the US market yet..
Amazon Reaches $1.5 Million Settlement Over Plastic Products
"KCBS Cupertino could be at some point, home to, the world's most futuristic transit system we get that story from KCBS reporter Mike Kogan Apple is responsible for a lot. Of the traffic gridlock in its home city councilman. Berry Chad, disclose at Tuesday's meeting the city is. Working at a really far thinking solution we're talking to hyper rule to have a ni- Humphry. Stevens creek frontier down station to the, end ecology Come to a realization he only will take five minutes from downtown Instead couple Kabbalah so we're working on it hyperloop concept unveiled by Elon Musk calls for propelling passengers at a seal tube. At a speed of. Up? To seven hundred sixty miles per hour the Silicon Valley bureau why Colgan KCBS Amazon and, nearly two dozen district attorney's and. California have reached a one point five million dollar settlement over claims the online retail, giant sold, plastic products with the misleading claim that they were, biodegradable Sacramento county DA Schubert's office office rather says a California law bans the sale of plastic products labeled with promises that they will break down in landfill or other waste. Site because legislators legislators have found such claims to be inherently misleading Amazon says it voluntarily has complied with. This law for the past several years, MoneyWatch KCBS, with, Tracy jonky she's at the. KCBS super micro Intel money desk Tracy Melissa apples at a record it has become, the first US company to reach. A trillion dollars in market value and it's Having a halo effect most del stocks are. Lower but it's down only about thirteen points at twenty five thousand three twenty two the NASDAQ is rising eighty eight points p's up twelve this is the friendliest investors have. Been toward tech stocks. Since? Facebook and Twitter poorly received earnings reports last week tesla is getting a lot of mileage, from an apology CEO Elon Musk. Used his earnings call to apologize for blasting analysts whose questions he didn't like the, last time, around plus tesla went through less money in Louise, months it stabilizes model three production and the stock is up the most in four years nearly everyone's gone to a bookstore in store for a quick massage chair minutes now. Only airport visitors will get that chance Brooke stone is filing for.
Cannabis business summit and expo held in San Jose
"Gentlemen KCBS KCBS, news time four twenty three it's a new high for the. Cannabis industry KCBS is, Michael says more than seventy five hundred people are. In San Jose. From around the world this week for the fifth annual cannabis business summit and expo this is the first. Major national cannabis business event to be held. In California Simpson's. Estate began, its roll out of legal adult you sales right now is a time when the cannabis industry. Is really starting to grow up and come into its own. The innovate Professionalism that's being exhibited here, is really, a hallmark, of what good. Industry should look like and now we just need to continue pressuring, congress, to, end federal prohibition. So that these businesses can be treated like every other business national cannabis industry association spokesman Morgan FOX's while they've come a long way the fight isn't over marijuana is still illegal at the federal level and until the laws changed so that states can, determine their own cannabis policies does industry and, all, the, business owners and, managers, employees in. It are still going to be a risk. And are still going to be discriminated against financially and legally this summit being held here at the San Jose convention center includes more than three hundred exhibitors one. Hundred fifty plus speakers why Colgan KCBS there will be some spraying tonight in. The south bay after two dead birds tested positive. For the West Nile virus and areas of Sunnyvale and Santa Clara Santa Clara county vector control officials say truck mounted adult, mosquito control Treatment we'll begin, in the affected areas centered in the area of central expressway and. Semiconductor drive in Santa Clara next to Sunnyvale spraying will start it's eleven o'clock tonight and last about three hours so you should avoid being outdoors in the area and a federal appeals court says a southern California school boards policy of opening meetings with a prayer is unconstitutional in part because the prayers often invoke Christianity three judge panel of. The ninth circuit court of. Appeals? Ruled unanimously. That the chino valley unified school district board of education could accomplish its schools by at board meetings by showing respect for religious diversity without prayer KCBS news, time now at four twenty five, we, have our, money watch reports This is a Bloomberg market minute Southwest. Airlines says it expects bookings and fares to rebound this quarter following a fatal engine accident in April meanwhile the carrier topped. Analyst earnings estimates in the latest quarter shares of Facebook. Under a lot of pressure this, morning down almost nineteen percent in. Pre-market trading late yesterday the company issued sales and user growth that fell short of analysts estimates and said the numbers are. Not expected to. Improve this year investors are also focused on trade. President Trump backed off his threat to Levy tariffs on cars imported to the US during a meeting with the. President of the European Commission and higher pump prices are not keeping American motorists from hitting the. Roads during the busiest driving season of the year the energy information administration says that US gasoline demand rose for a second week while fuel stockpile shrank to the lowest level since may s and p futures are, down six points. NASDAQ futures are, down sixty. Three Dow futures are up twenty-six Gina Cervetti Bloomberg radio Walgreens.
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"Area's new station kcbs we hit the nineties today we're going to stay in the nineties tomorrow afternoon the afternoon after bat in the afternoon after that forecast coming up i'm geoff bell i'm patty rising here's what's happening fire crews and san jose are battling a grass fire at santa teresa county park that scorched eighty five acres kcbs is my cogan says that fire is currently eighty percent contained this fire started just after three pm and spread quickly the ibm building as well as a nearby girls cap or evacuated settles a fire captain mike von elgort said thanks to cal fire air support they were able to take the heat out of the fire at the head of the fire our ability to put it under containment was a direct result of having a high response we spent a lot of people a lot of command staff and our interface with cal fire the and they're air support their ability to see the fire from overhead and also drop water and and an lines that way dramatically improve the situation or we were able to confine the fire using those resources so it's something we train on its own something we are used to using and thankfully the weather allowed us to use the cal fire resources at the height of the battle here the more that a hundred firefighters in south san jose by colgan kcbs a two alarm fire is out now after burning in an apartment complex on the twenty seven hundred block of barscelona circle kcbs is making is on the scene with neighbors who had to be evacuated meghan right jeff when i walked up to the chart apartments in pretty densely populated area of the city i found your akina gherardo sitting on the tailgate of a truck outside her home that define my house i i just see remodeling everything and now she's worried that it all could be gone she said fire official folder she won't be allowed in for at least three days contra costa county fire protection district italian chief charles thomas says three people two of them children were taken to the hospital as a precaution but they were quickly released ten people at all are out of their homes for now and as bad as this is he says it could have been much worse at this fire has spread to more if these apartment especially because it is so hot here and windy and that's part of what kind of work with us and worked against us because part of the fire was being pushed by the wind and put down by the way so it actually helps out you're from fire officials every day now they haven't released a cause officially but neighbors say this started as a cooking fire in the apartment reporting live in antioch megan gold speak kcbs thank you meghan meantime vegetation fire in unincorporated santa clara county has grown to about fifty acres the safter noon cal fire says the fire which is burning near morgan hill and the area of hale and mary money avenues is forty to fifty acres as of last hour fire also impacting a number of residential and outbuildings structures such as sheds and barns no injuries have been reported even more fire news crews are making progress onto wildfires continue to burn in northern california the klamath on fire near the oregon border in siskiyou county has grown to over thirty six thousand acres of has now said to be forty five percent contained one person died in the fire in a firefighter who suffered severe burns as well dozens of structures have been destroyed and also the county fire burning in yellow county it is now eighty percent contained that fire has spread to some ninety eight thousand acres the driver of a san francisco pedicab who was struck in a hit and run accident along the embarked darrow has died kcbs is jeffrey schaub says kevin manning had been in critical condition since the crash manning along time pedicab driver was traveling along the world famous embarcadero at the.
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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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"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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"The traffic leader kim cbs on temperatures into the upper nineties nowhere near that today in fact we're stuck in the seventies even in our warmest spots fifties along the coastline this afternoon mostly clear tonight partly cloudy in the overnight hours though with lows in the fifties tomorrow through monday mostly to partly cloudy skies in the morning sunny and cool conditions for the afternoon temperatures at most we're gonna climb back into the low eighties inland again fifties co side tuesday and wednesday look to warm things up to at least the upper eighties it's just fifty seven in downtown san francisco right now the warm spot of santa rosa were at seventy six seventy six and san jose sixty six and napa seventy five in concord and oakland at sixty three seventy one in redwood city traffic and weather together on the eighths on all these one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs it's two twenty one silicon valley is making national news kcbs is my cogan says hi tech leaders are disputing claims made by president trump today that tariffs on china will benefit the sector the word here's tracy sanctions against china will negatively impact silicon valley call gore dino is ceo of 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 or global as well and when someone imposes a tariff with that really 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 are meant to try and level the trade imbalance with china the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs texas woman plans to challenge a judge's decision to deny her a new trial after sentencing her to five years in prison for voter fraud and update from cbs news correspondent michelle miller still mason showed up to vote and when she did back in.
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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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"A murder charge in the death of her roommate whose dismembered body was discovered inside a plastic storage container the san francisco da's office asked the judge to order forty seven year old lisa gonzalez held without bail she's being represented by a public defender bail hearing will be held on friday prosecutors say that gonzales told police she and her roommate sixty one year old maggie mamer argued on may fifteenth after mamer refused to move out legal experts say the recall of santa clara county judge aaron persky could have statewide repercussions kcbs my colgan explains i recall over the six months sentence he gave former stanford swimmer brock turner on a sexual assault conviction has created a dilemma for judges judge persky case 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 examined 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 one thousand nine hundred thirty two in the silicon valley bureau my colgan kcbs president trump commends republican john cox for advancing to the november election for california governor against gavin newsom trump congratulated cox and a tweet this morning the president's support helped cox unify republicans around his candidacy but the president remains unpopular with the majority of californians democrats have presented the newsome cox matchup as a referendum on donald trump some experts predicted that latino voters in california would make a huge difference in the outcome of the primaries did they rob archer reports from our sister station knx in los angeles that's not to suggest that latino voters are a monolithic voting block but experts did expect via gossip to put in.
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"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 in oakland police officer is hospitalized with significant head and face injuries after a car crash suspect attacked first responders kcbs reporter holly quan says the driver has been arrested for attempted murder of a police officer at six ten in the morning the thirtysevenyearold suspect from out of the area inadvertently drove his sedan off golf links road up a steep private driveway which acted like a ramp and launched his car over a downslope garage into a tree and crashed into a backyard he gets out of his car and stumbles down the block where paramedics attach a neck brace but he suddenly turns violent picks up the backboard and start swinging around at firefighters ambulance attendants and a police officer who suffered significant injury police spokesman john watson very aggressive violent attack and assault on the officer and the first responders and it took it took some time to get him restrained there was no tasers deployment or oc or baton because the fight was so close in proximity the officer was not able to get to his equipment that would help him the suspect is six three two hundred seventy pounds about the size of your standard defensive lineman he's undergoing drug testing to see what prompted not only the bizarre crash but the wild attack in oakland holy kwan kcbs garbage truck horns blared and workers canada's hundreds of city workers demonstrated for safer conditions and better pay outside berkeley city hall this afternoon contract negotiations for berkeley's maintenance and clerical employees have been.
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"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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"A sentence he handed down in a sexual assault case we get the details from kcbs's mike koga santa clara county superior court judge aaron 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 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 mike colgan kcbs president trump urged republicans to hear head to the polls today vote in the state's gubernatorial and congressional primaries trump tweeted quote in high tax high crime california be sure to get out and vote for republican john cox for governor he also issued support for several incumbent gop representatives including kevin mccarthy and devon nunez who face primaries today or yesterday democratic leaders say that plays into their hands because trump opposition has been galvanized in this hyper blue state it's twelve oh wait on kcbs coming up the race for san francisco mayor remains a cliffhanger well the wait first for traffic let's check out our first traffic update of the midnight hour and say hello to alden jacob scott starting off in the tracy livermore area five eighty westbound between midway road in greenville.
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"To fifty i'm john evans with deborah anger sohn at the editor's desk sides of parking garages are usually nothing to look out kcbs is my michael against his one in san jose has been transformed into an innovative retail destination san pedro square has always been a onesided street but no more scott knees heads up the san jose downtown association look at all the dead space on this side of the garage and look at all the wonderful restaurants and shops across the street and san pedro square we've long wanted to make this a two sided street we finally did what they did was got a side of the wall as well as twelve parking spaces to create room for four up locally owned retail businesses mari millar is is founder of san jose made which will cycle pop up retail in and out of these spaces they are here temporarily for three to four months and then a new grouping of emerging creative retailers come in right after them bobo design studios one of the retailers here owner angie chewier opportunities don't happen like this for people like us every day and so we are so grateful for san jose made and for this downtown association to give this opportunity to folks like us mary who was shopping here loved it i actually started following all these people on instagram before i knew that the shop was going to be here and so now i'm so excited to get to shop there in person not just online these initials for shop owners will be able to occupy the spaces through august downtown san jose why colgan kcbs renovation work on a swimming.
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"San jose national spokesperson rosemary barnes as you wanna get here extra early two hours is what we are recommending it's better to get through and have given yourselves two hours rather than not enough time and all the stress that can be associated with that at san jose international by colgan kcbs well an avid fan of tesla's model three proudly drove his car through twentyfive countries over six months kcbs john bristow says it came to a crashing end in greece over the weekend first of all yoshua of mill bray is no ordinary tesla owner he's really a superfan he attracted a lot of attention in the last few months of the early owners of the model three driving all across north america having stops with people who could see and ride in the vehicle even put together a facebook page dedicated to this says tim higgins tekken autos reporter in the wall street journal's san francisco bureau but while driving the car in greece in the autopilot mode the car swerved suddenly smacking into an exit divider that sounds very similar to the mountain view crash that attest the model x was involved in in march that killed the driver it's we don't know why that crash occurred yet the one in mountain view but tesla has said that autopilot was engaged head of time and the family has said that he had reported problems with auto in that area joy was not seriously hurt teflon says it has not yet been able to retrieve accident data from vehicle tesla had also tried to discourage joy from taking his model three to europe or it's not yet been approved for the high ways because of the charging internet standards higgins also points out that people need to realize that autopilot does not mean self driving it just means driver assist choi admits that he had one hand on the wheel at the.
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"Kcbs niners player ruben foster was arraigned yesterday in san jose on charges of felony domestic violence kcbs mike hogan's of the linebacker faces up to eleven years in prison his live in girlfriend allegedly told police have foster punched her in the head eight to ten times dragged by the hair and physically threw out of their las gatos hall prosecutor kevin smith at foster is also charged with another felony count of attempting to dissuade a witness by force or violence when you actually batter someone and then you try to prevent them from accessing the criminal justice system which not only is accessing court but it's law enforcement to gain you help that is concerned legal analyst stephen clarke said he expects the da will elect to try the case even if the victim decides not to testify there's no question it's more difficult to get a conviction but from the da's point of view they have to consider the community safety and they may go ahead with the prosecution even made more difficult without a complaining party the forty niners released a statement saying foster's fate will ultimately be decided by what's learned through the legal process the silicon valley bureau mike colgan kcbs teacher has resigned after accidentally firing a gun inside a monterey county classroom dennis alexander remains on leave his resignation will take effect to the end of the school year he taught for years at seaside high school serves as a reserve sand city cop and sits on the seaside city council police say the last month alexander was discussing gun safety with his class he was pointing the gun at the ceiling to make sure that it was not loaded when it discharged shrapnel hit of student but the injury was not serious coming up on kcbs i'm megan gold speed the university of california system.
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"In an effort to feed more hungry people the bay area food bank addressing that need by opening food pantries on school campuses more from kcbs kogas new area of focus is high schools where many teams don't let on that there are hungry because of social stigma second harvest ceo leslie baccio says setting up food pantries on school campuses has turned out to be a good idea schools are a place that are trusted in the community and where kids and families already going and we know that there are many high need schools throughout silicon valley we know that one and three children are at risk of hunger so this has been a program that's been very well received by schools baccio says the program has worked so well that they're replicating it at a number of colleges now we're in ten local mostly community public colleges and we're providing groceries that college students can take back and prepare in their apartments voucher says many college students have little leftover food every month after paying tuition and read in the silicon valley bureau by colgan kcbs the nation's largest homebuilder lanar is partnering with the san francisco start up to speed up the mortgage application process kcbs a susan lee taylor reports are hoping to attract younger buyers a lot of attention was given to the entire mortgage process following the financial crisis of two thousand eight the largest purchase that people sort of in their entire lives but yet no one was really focused on making it any better aaron colored is chief financial officer and co founder of bland the company that's working with leonard to make the application process more efficient so how do you go about shaving up ten days off what can be an arduous ordeal could've having to fill out reams of documents what we've done is let your line and then you can enter your credentials and you can basically pull all your tax records your pay stub your bank data and all of us of requirements that you need for an online.
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"Com traffic slow speeds make it safer and more pleasant derided by some of those states that are going to be repaved include third fourth sancarlos in job in downtown san jose why colgan kcbs probably heard the bay is rising because of c level change of the juno that the land around san francisco bay is also seeking in many places he cbs's megan goals we reports on a new study out of uc berkeley models on future developments around the bay area do take into account rising sea levels but here's what they don't look at rates of if we he actually much launcher in a few places than the sea level rise in substance is just a fancy word for sinking roland bergman is a professor of geophysics it uc berkeley who co authored the study he says planners need to be thinking of both elements here late like treasure island a part of russia island affecting very rapidly uh about a third of an inch per year or so if in northwest corner the san francisco airport area of the airport itself and a small area around it is subsiding pretty fast union city in foster city sinking as well in some places this is because bill as compacted more quickly than expected and then other places bergman says it's because marshes that usually build up natural celts have been removed megan golds be kcbs the cafeteria kitchen at the civic center the ring county civic center remains closed this week as workers continue to battle a rodent infestations talked last month of the cafe had been closed for weeks after can inspect your found evidence of a possible wrath problem of the kitchen was supposed to have opened this past monday but the rent i j reports staff found more evidence of infestation the kitchen still has its doors shot a county officials say the closure selfimposed by the department of public works has building maintenance is working on cleaning the wall between the kitchen stove and grill area they hope to reopen the cafe on friday coming up next on kcbs this is matt bigler the controversial christopher columbus statue at san jose city hall has a new home at least for a while it's updates war it's and 1245 it's bruce we gallon with latest pillows plenty of excitement of.
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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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"That saddled say homes have appreciated the most i think you're going to have the biggest amount of hightech high paying job growth in silicon valley as opposed any place else in the country the median price for a single family home in san jose is now right around one point three million according to the national association of realtors in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs san jose identifies some potential sites for a tiny home village made up of sleeping cabins for the homeless kcbs his matt bigler reports the one of the locations is right were homeless encampment was cleared out just last week the homeless having done far from this area under an overpass connecting three freeways many have simply moved their tents and tarps onto the sidewalk the two acre cal trans property has been identified as a possible location for tiny homes i think i would be awesome i can go great jacqueline vohor cares hope she could get into a socalled sleeping cabin which would have heat and electricity and a shared bathroom echoing is he kept pace to call home inmate effect to get out back on our feet and fat but nearby businesses like this metal shop had concerns manual rodriguez said he was worried about the safety of customers and the homeless sometimes homeless are under the influence and they're right next to their freeway as a really dangerous area for them to be there in the first place the other two options ripta staging area near your coyote creek and a seven acre property owned by the city east of hell your avenue each site will undergo and environmental review before the city makes a final decision this summer in san jose matt bigler kcbs thirty one people have been arrested in a sweep of street gangs that are directed from inside pelican bay prison in northern california the us attorney's office in sacramento says seven hundred fifty law enforcement officers took part in the sweep in northern california plus one in southern oregon and pittsburgh pennsylvania officials say the drugrunners were directed by two in made members of the northern structure prison gang who use smuggled cell phones to communicate from inside pelican bay and the supervisor and may oral candidate unveils the san francisco loves cleanstreets initiative the plan outlines ways to clean up needles and human waste on city streets supervisor jane kim is running for mayor in.