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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Keep in Coney KCBS these power shut offs have been a huge inconvenience throughout the bay area but as KCBS is Meghan Goldsby reports PGA any officials say they may be something we have to get used to at least for now so can we expect to be in the dark again next fall in fire conditions arise again unless the the weather changes causing difficult Lee and the vegetation condition on the fuel loading condition and the land and the force management changes significantly within the state I would say yes but since me thing vice president of the genie's community while fire safety program they are trying to do something about it so that the shut off can eventually be put behind us he says they're making huge strides in hardening power lines against sparking wildfires we have completed a hundred miles and we are on track to complete our commitment a hundred and fifty miles is here though critics may point out that is a very small percentage of P. genies miles and miles of lines they have started work in the most vulnerable areas but this is going to take years says saying our focus is to continue to work on upgrading our infrastructure so we reduce the amount of time so we have to do the public safety power shut off and the potential duration and the impact making Goldsby KCBS a vegetation fire that was burning along highway twelve west of Rio Vista is under control fire crews from the Rio Vista and Montezuma protection district camped out tamped out the flames just under six thirty Wednesday evening fire officials say the blaze charred three hundred and eighty acres late Wednesday afternoon firefighters had to contend with forty five mile per hour winds that's what caused the blaze to spread as much as it did while the cause of the fire is still under investigation fire officials suspect it may have been caused by farm equipment crews will check on the fire overnight to make sure no hot spots flare up in the winds no one was hurt and no structures were damaged by that.

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bill has next to the Senate keep in Coney KCBS just ahead on KCBS will tell you about the toddler hospitalized in a hit and run the suspected driver arrested and thrown in jail KCBS use time for H. traffic and weather together AJ what's happened well Tracy commute of course it's still of Friday the last day of the work week well west bound two oh five actually not looking as bad as he usually does at about this time was found two oh five your bank of a little bit before mountain house parkway but once you pass well now's work week it's very much a breeze breeze on to the Altima first on the eastbound side of two oh five you still have some paving work getting done our highway construction it is shutting down the two right lanes right at mountain house parkways well west found five eighty in Tracy in Livermore expect lease between grant line road and north lane road but it's just a little bit sluggish or slowing go not even really putting along south down eight eighty that connector ramp to southbound two thirty eight still shut down so you have to exit a little bit early you can rightly willing to reconnect to two thirty eight look at the bay bridge toll plaza not too much action just a little bit of a line on that right side but it's not even two or three cars long so you should be able to get through it and fast track of course is moving at the limit your next traffic update at four eighteen on the track KCBS usual weather update mostly clear skies some clouds along the coast in the morning clearing in the afternoon and clear skies really all around the bay today highs in the mid sixties to seventies along the coast seventies around the bay and low to mid nineties inland we're in a little bit of a warming trend for the next couple traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS telling you about this story in Santa Rosa the hit and run sent a two year.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ago was a big winner at Sunday night's Tony awards, winning eight Tonys including best, new musical, it's director and we're talking about Haiti's town here. It's director Rachel chop, Ken won for best director of a musical. She is the only woman currently directing a musical on Broadway. She lamented, that fact in her acceptance speech, blaming it on a lack of imagination, but fans gathered Sunday evening at the American book binders museum in San Francisco to celebrate tales for the campfire. It's a charity and tala g of horror stories benefiting victims of last year's devastating campfire imbue county. The idea for the book came from a member of the northern California chapter of the horror Writers Association or. A meeting as the fire burned. But a horror anthology benefiting victims of fire where homes were destroyed and people died that a little strange. The books editor Lauren road says that really poorer is such a wide ranging thing. And I think is the appropriate reaction to something that's so devastating there's, there's a lot to be said for the catharsis of reading a horror story. But also, the humanity of putting yourself in the place of people who've lost everything tales for the campfire sells for twenty dollars and is available on Amazon tourists go home. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network. It's called over tourism. So many people packing the Lou to see the Mona Lisa that no one can see it or especially those twenty million visitors who jammed Venice. Each year over tourism is when no one wants to visit a tourist attraction, because it's too crowded just like nobody wants to eat at a crowded restaurant, saying transit system is a failure because the trains and buses. These are always packed. Everybody is upset with the people who got there first and so places like Venice are scrambling for solutions, like charging a tourist tax or even requiring entry permits. But what amazes me is that no one's talking about the obvious solution, which is to build another one. If Venezia's overcrowded, don't punish the tourist build another Venice to accommodate them with today's technology, you could build an exact replica of Venice, that's better than the original with state of the art bathrooms and maybe even with proper streets shouldn't get around without those boats. Best of all, you could staff it with specially trained professional natives who are happy to see the tourists if linked to speak, whatever language, they do. In fact, I bet that more people will pack the fake Venice, then the real one thereby leaving plenty of room in the real ones. So tourists can enjoy it. Again. Problem solved. They've Ross on the CBS News Radio network. Every dog needs a home, but older dogs off, and get overlooked KCBS reporter, Keith. Men Coney says San Francisco trying to throw those old dogs of bone with a new day dedicated to senior pet adoption. Monica is just wrapping up the paperwork for her adoption of zippy, and at twelve years old, this multi mix is a venerable old pooch. Go ahead. This is just one of many adoptions that took place this weekend as San Francisco's mutt. Ville senior dog rescue holds an adoption drive. They're celebrating mayor London breeds decision to declare June sixth. Adopt a senior pet day in San Francisco anytime that we can shine a light on some of the plight of senior animals said to get dropped off at shelters and need new homes. That's a plus for us. That's a gain. Jerry Franklin says she founded montville originally, because she was seeing too many older dogs, dying in shelters, passed over by adopters four puppies, but she says, attitudes towards older dogs are changing. We've made senior dogs cool. The dog has a personality. So what you see is what you get. So now even if an old dog can't learn new tricks, it can at least find a new home. In San Francisco, Keith men. Coney KCBS. This is a Bloomberg market minute. A marriage of giants United Technologies and Raytheon of announced merger plans wants United Technologies separates its Otis.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Danger, but the utility says sixteen thousand customers in portions of Butte and Yuba counties, currently have their power shut off at least through Sunday afternoon. Has the forecast continues to call for dry and windy weather, PG will continue to monitor whether conditions overnight in Nevada Eldorado and plaster counties and will de energize customers in some of those areas, if they deem it necessary after a wet cold start to the year. The heat has definitely arrived and. The national weather service's issued a heat advisory for the entire bay area this weekend. KCBS Keith men Coney reports, he extreme heat is raising sub safety concerns with temperatures creeping up into the nineties, and even the hundreds in some inland. Areas safety officials are warning that the heat is reaching dangerous territory. So we just want to remind the community to make sure that you stay hydrated, Lieutenant Jonathan Baxter with the San Francisco fire department has this safety advice to beat the heat, cool area, make sure that you plan activities that are going to be a consistent with not being out in the heat too much. Also a reminder to keep an eye on your pets. Don't leave him in a car, and make sure that those most vulnerable to the heat including elderly individuals are being watched after as well as a good opportunity to go. Meet some of your neighbors that might be elderly. He had safety officials will be on heightened alert for heat related injuries. So enjoy the sunshine, but be careful not to let the heat beat you. Keith Coney KCBS, by the way, one other footnote, the heat could also affect air quality in the bay area. And today, Sunday has been declared a spare the air day here in the bay area, just sat on KCBS. Okay. We've talked about fire danger now with the snow melt. We'll have to talk about flood danger. That's coming up. But. We need to check those roads for you. There are a few things going on this early Sunday morning. Here's Frank Munich there are indeed, and perhaps the most annoying of the is in Tracy where we so have stop and go traffic on eastbound tool, five heading towards the highway five. It's all Cal trans roadwork. That's responsible for this backup with cars.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Extreme fire danger, but the Tilleke says sixteen thousand customers in portions of Butte, and Yuba counties, currently have their power shut off through, at least Sunday afternoon. As the forecast continues to call for dry and windy weather, PG, and E will continue to monitor whether conditions overnight in Nevada Eldorado implants, or counties, and will de energize. Customers in some of those areas if necessary. After a wet cold start to the year. The heat has definitely arrived in the bay area with the national weather service, issuing a heat advisory for the entire area. KCBS kief, men Coney reports the extreme heat is racing safety concerns. With temperatures creeping up into the nineties, and even the hundreds in some inland. Areas safety officials are warning that the heat is reaching dangerous territory. So we just want to remind the community to make sure that you stay hydrated, Lieutenant Jonathan Baxter with the San Francisco fire department has this safety advice to beat the heat, cool area, make sure that you plan activties that are going to be a consistent with not being out in the heat too much. Also a reminder to keep an eye on your pets. Don't leave him in a car, and make sure that those most vulnerable to the heat including elderly individuals are being watched after as well. The good opportunity to go meet some of your neighbors that, that might be elderly. He had safety officials will be on heightened alert for heat related injuries. So enjoy the sunshine, but be careful not to let the heat beat you Keith. Coney KCBS with the heat comes wildfire danger. Indeed, we do have one significant wildfire to report tonight. It's. In yellow county. It's up to seventeen hundred acres if prompted mandatory evacuations today incense smoke into parts of the bay area called the sand fire started around to fifty Saturday afternoon near the community of Gwenda at prompted evacuation orders on both sides of highway sixteen north of Grenada and along county road, forty one and evacuation area was established at the Esperanto. Boy, scout cabin.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time ten twenty. There are growing indications that the president may be declaring a national emergency during his state of the union address Tuesday nights. So he can move ahead with his plans to build a wall on the southern border. He's yeses Kim foster spoke with the bay area immigration professor who says a comprehensive plan is needed at the border. Not just a wall university of San Francisco immigration law. Professor bill. Hang says, President Trump may indeed call a national emergency. If he feels congress will not allocate any funds to a wall along the border with Mexico. The Democrats are offering billions of dollars for for more militarization of the border in terms of of of high tech. Of drones that kind of thing. The fence that or the wall rather that he wants them that that's why he wants to declare the favor merged just a move around money that he's already got hang says the timing of a wall comes at a time when it is not really needed. Only six terrorists were apprehended last year. And those were at the port of entry. There were more suspected terrorists to try to come across the Canadian border ten times more than across the southern border. President Trump says he has little confidence in the bipartisan committee working to reach a long term agreement on border security, and feels the Democrats are not being honest in their negotiations. Kim foster KCBS what does this week's restaurant mega hat. Bam controversy teach us about these times. KCBS is Keith Makoni spoke with a researcher who studies political violence who sees the incident as part of a global trend toward polarization, Devin, Grisham, studies hate and political violence at Cal State, San Bernardino. I asked him to weigh in on. The decision by Kenji. Lopez old who is a chef and partner at verse hall restaurant in San Mateo to issue a tweet earlier this week stating that he would not serve anyone wearing Trump's red make America great again hat. I understand where they're coming from. But it doesn't actually help with trying to bridge that gap between groups that we did indeed stoke a strong backlash. It's now been removed and Lopez old has issued an apology, but Gershon says that moves like a maga- had banned can amplify an us versus them mentality. And he sees this trend growing around the world we see Europe increasingly as well. We see it in other parts, we're seeing the rise in some parts of the world of sort of Hindu, Buddhist, nationalism along the same lines of people being put in various sort of camps of thought and positions. Meanwhile, a group of Trump supporters had made plans to demonstrate at the restaurant Saturday afternoon, but they tell KCBS they ultimately called it off due to Lopez. Alz apology, keep in Coney KCBS. Okay. CBS news.

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Kamala Harris kicks off 2020 campaign with Oakland rally

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01:14 min | 2 years ago

Kamala Harris kicks off 2020 campaign with Oakland rally

"A little bit later today. KCBS kief mid-county reports. One local political experts has Harris faces several major political challenges though in her battle for the democratic nomination university of San Francisco political science, professor James Taylor says support among African American voters for combo Harris shouldn't be taken for granted laris has to some testimonies blacks before she can get support. But he says there is a barrier for her and other African American leaders of her generation the disconnection these individuals have with the traditional black church and the traditional black civil rights movement. He says that Harris has more connections to elite institutions rather than the network of communal groups appealed to by historic civil rights leaders. Those ties are strong and relate back two or three or four generations of black politics, religion and culture, given that Oakland is the city that Harris was born and spent her formative years Taylor suggests that reaching back to her hometown roots could help her sends an important message to African American voters. This is our accomplishment. Pamela is about us about we as opposed to about her own candidacy, Keith men Coney KCBS anyone headed to downtown Oakland today. We'll be affected by the Harris

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS news time eight eleven the investigation continues into an officer involved officer involved shooting that took place on Christmas day in San Jose. One woman was killed the second woman injured KCBS reporter, Keith men. Cody spoke with a civil rights advocate who says this could serve as a test case for a new police transparency Bill that goes into effect on January first the series of events that led up to the shooting began with police mistaking a car driven by Jennifer Vasquez for one involved in an earlier shooting incident and identified with Vasquez's shooting after she rammed her car into a patrol vehicle. It's a complicated case, and there are many questions still to be answered. So I think Jenny's case may end up being a bit of a testing ground dance rise giant have with the police watchdog group Silicon Valley de bug. He's referring to SP fourteen twenty one which when it goes into a fact at the beginning of the new year will give the public access to. Police personnel records related to uses of force or misconduct that had previously been locked away. But we don't know that kind of efficacy of that Bill until cases like this are kinda thrown through the the sort of questions. Lisa to four officers involved in the shooting had been placed on routine paint administrative leave as the investigation is carried out in San Jose. Keith men, Coney KCBS state supreme court has ruled that a butter knife is not a deadly weapon and less. It's used in a way likely to cause serious harm. Now. This comes from a case involving a seventeen year old Ventura County girl convicted of felony assault after she attacked her sister with a butter knife, the court overturned, the conviction saying, they're all kinds of objects and might be considered. But the key question should be if they are actually used in a way that's capable of producing death or great bodily injury court records show the girl had swung that fitter sisters legs and didn't even use. Forced to penetrate, the blanket that was covering the legs. KCBS news time eight.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's Thursday December twentieth. Two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS the house passes a stopgap spending Bill that includes five billion dollars for a border wall. I'm Keith Ben Coney KCBS news time nine thirty one. CBS news update Defense Secretary James Mattis says he's out come February the president called it a retirement, but is resignation letter. That is hinted the to do not see eye to eye. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, the president had a good relationship, but sometimes they disagree. The president always listens to the members of his national security team. But at the end of the day, it's the president's decision to make Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer secretary Mattis was one of the few symbols the few items of strength and stability in this administration. Just hours after the maddest news the White House instructed the Pentagon start removing troops from Afghanistan. CBS David Martin drastic fifty percent cut in the number of troops in Afghanistan and radically change the balance there between the government and US forces on one side of the Taliban ISIS forces on the other CBS news. Update. I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time nine thirty two immigration attorneys say people arrested in the south bay for being in the country illegally are being denied the right to counsel. KCBS is Mike Colgan says that a protest was held outside an ice facility in Morgan hill. A process was held outside. This one story tilt up building at the end of a cul de sac and Morgan hill where there are no signs that identify it as an ice. Oh, homeland security facility immigration attorney Louise angel Raya. So Vasser said people were picked up and brought here at least three times in the last month. They held immigrants.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS her Manzini Sleepworld, six day forecast. Now with Mary Lee in the KPI x five weather center. The eighth day in a row we have another spare the air alert and air quality advisory the air unhealthy for the bay area. So here we go again hazy smoky skies low to mid seventy s inland today. Mid to upper sixties for the bay low to mid sixty s for the coast, and we are going to continue with hazy smoky skies for tomorrow. And now through the weekend we were hoping for better air quality for the weekend. But that low pressure system that would have provided that onshore flow is going to be farther away from us looking ahead to next week maybe improving conditions by Tuesday. But we do have some rain chances as we go through the end of next week. I'm meteorologist Mary Lee with your k- PIX five in KCBS. Forecasts traffic and weather together. On the eight. So all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time five fifty two. It's been about ten years since San Francisco's mission district has seen a new affordable housing project. But KCBS reporter Keith men Coney tells us that's changing now with hundreds of new units on the way, including a new development that just broke ground San Francisco, supervisor Hillary Ronen whose district includes the mission was among the dozens who gathered to cheer on the ground breaking housing for the families that we've all been fighting for in this neighborhood. She's talking about a project that will lead to the construction of eighty one new affordable apartments on a plot of land that lies just two blocks from the sixteenth street Bart station mission district community organizer Maryland Durant agrees that the injection of affordable housing is a welcome development for this rapidly gentrifying neighborhood because we've seen a lot of housing that has been inaccessible to our local community members. That are struggling that are working. Low end income jobs, and we're really excited to see affordable housing that's actually geared toward the people who are struggling in our community, the nonprofit developer behind the project says it will be completed in two years and more affordable units from projects. Elsewhere in the mission are in the works as well in San Francisco, Keith men, Coney KCBS, look now, but gasoline prices are going down the latest numbers show that statewide in California prices are about a nickel lower than they were a week ago. And I'm almost fifteen cents a gallon cheaper than they were a month ago. This is part of a nationwide trend a dramatic drop in oil prices over the past few weeks is fueling the decline gasoline prices had near a four year high just a few weeks ago, but to ample global supplies of petroleum playing a key role in bringing the prices down for you and be at the pump Patrick DeHaan. The senior petroleum analyst had gas buddy says it's a fairly dramatic turnaround being noted here in the bay area and nationwide..

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Let our guard down we cannot be complacent. He says number of factors are increasing the fire danger moisture is not there the vegetation screaming dry more. So than ever. Very receptive to fire at a little bit of a win the Porsche. And you have a recipe for another significant in part of the year. So he's reminding residents to be prepared for anything that means packing that go bag mapping out to exit routes and putting together important documents that can't be left behind. You don't want folks. Take a lot of time in case there is an evacuation where place and clean says with fire conditions changing rapidly also important to watch out for new advisories and to stay aware of your surroundings. Things can change may have been changing on a moment's notice. Keith men Coney KCBS downtown San Francisco traffic should be a little bit easier during the morning commute tomorrow. That's because Fremont street will be reopened. It's been closed between Howard and mission since September twenty fifth after cracks were discovered in a steel beam. In the Salesforce transit center, though, the street will be reopened. The Salesforce transit center itself will remain. Main close for the near future transit operators will continue to provide bus service out of the temporary transbay terminal at Howard and main streets just ahead on KCBI, Melissa call Ross with the federal proposals that could curtail protest activity on the National Mall. Well, let's see if there's any activity out in the bouts on bay area roads and highways at six oh, a check and traffic.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Furniture. What Brad Kavanagh was confirmed the nation's highest court by one of the slimmest margins in American history. KCBS keep men Coney reports this selection triggered a political debate that began as a debate over judicial ideology and concluded with a national debate over sexual misconduct, or the supreme court legitimacy is everything it doesn't have the power to compel people to abide by or comply with. It's rulings professor of politics at Saint Mary's college Steve Wolfert, so most of its power is based on its reputation for fairness and objectivity, but for many Americans, there's a growing sense that the court is really just another partisan battlefield, especially after judge Kavanagh's confirmation process, which for weeks was repeatedly marked by open partisan wrangling Wolpert says that in the past when the court has issued rulings on controversial topics things like prayer in public school or desegregation of schools, even those that disagreed still felt that they ought to obey the court as a as a sense of what the right thing to do is now though, he says he wouldn't be surprised to see at least some isolated cases of open defiance from groups that oppose supreme court rulings as a way of showing their lack of respect for the court as a legitimate political institution. Keith men, Coney KCBS, California police and sheriff's departments will have to count their untested rape kits under a new law that goes in. Into effect on the first of the year. KCBS Megan goals be reports. Inferences go assembly member, David Chiu says conservative estimates put the number of untested rape kits in California more than thirteen thousand survivors deserve Justice a rape kits sitting on a shelf collecting dust is not Justice another Bill that would have required. They all actually be tested was vetoed by the governor. But this is still a good first step says to tell the public what the backlog is of a distant rape kits and for for the state to collect the inventory to audit. The size the backlog in California law enforcement agencies have balked at being told by the government how to run their investigation says chew. But there have been cases when running old tests have led to finding serial rapists, because the DNA is traceable for quite some time killer case was very prominent example of of DNA that was tested years after the fact making gold, speak KCBS,.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mostly sunny for most of today. Some lingering fog along the coast sixties seventies by the bay upper eighties inland. We'll see mostly clear conditions tonight. A bit breezy with lows from the upper forties to the upper fifties. Traffic and weather together on the eighth all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one ten as our Newswatch continues. Well, according to a new state report the bay. Area is now home to more than four million jobs marking a historic high for the region KCBS Keith men Coney takes a look at. What's driving these unprecedented numbers employment expert and former director of the state employment development department, Michael Byrne says the last time California had an economic winning streak that went on this long within the late sixties? He said that one lasted one hundred and thirteen months or now at our hundred second month of employment expansion, according to those new state numbers last month was the biggest for hiring in the bay area in more than two years. And despite what you might expect burning says, the growth has not been limited to the tech sector driven a lot by tech here in the bay area, but it's spread throughout all sectors. He says the strong employment trend has also been spread around geographically, it's throughout our bay area counties. All of them have very low unemployment rates all of them are under four percent. The biggest concern among employment experts at this point says Bernie has to do with the tariff wars and the impact of job growth of these worse. He says so far the Trump administration's tariffs haven't had a huge impact. But if the tariff battles were to heat up that could change Keith men Coney KCBS, it's one twelve on KCBS coming up shortly. We'll have a sports lineup update. With Joe Salvator. How many times has it happened? You drive away from home her in the corner and then wonder close the garage door with.

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Robin Williams Williams, Argentina and San Francisco discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Robin Williams Williams, Argentina and San Francisco discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

"The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco appoints Mary Daly, as the next president of the regional fed banks. She is a longtime fed economist and labour markets specialist. She will be among three women who lead one of the twelve fed regional banks daily joined the San Francisco fed in nineteen Ninety-six as a research. Economist was appointed director of research in two thousand seventeen she is an expert in wages jobs and economic and. Equality? She's also written several

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time three. Forty a, growing number of Americans are, questioning the value of the four year degree KCBS is Keith men Coney reports that UC researchers say they've got some evidence that their system, is still driving economic. Mobility in California Pamela Brown is a researcher with the UCLA of the president she says their research shows earnings, gains for degree holders across disciplines at a research university were teaching them how to learn and that that skill there is very helpful for them to to adapt as the economy changes do you, see researchers examined tax, records to show that seventy seven percent of low income students went onto earn more than their parents after graduation of course there's A lot of. Factors that will determine how much you make we have arts and humanities majors that may work in tech industries, and they may end up earning more than our, engineering and, computer, science, degree recipients that work in public, service, field, and according, to, the. Researchers big income gains aren't to combine either, the study found that a third of students in the. Lowest income bracket actually managed to make the leap into the highest bracket after. Graduation keep Coney KCBS, after raking the DMV director over. The coals state lawmakers backed away from an order of an audit. Of the. Agency KCBS has Doug sovereign said the decision came as a. Surprise to many people for two days lawmakers grilled the, head of the DMV about long lines and ridiculous delays many caused by the crush of people applying for the new real ID driver's license so it seemed to. Fete accompli that joint legislative committee would order an audit of the agency East Bay Republican assembly member Katherine Baker was among those calling for one? In response, to Stituation. Complaints sometimes they wait for hours for like six minutes of service somebody took a, screen shot and said it took me seven minutes, once I got up there to get taken care of had to wait seven hours and every. Member of the committee who voted voted yes but three Senate Democrats, including Ben Allen of Santa Monica did not vote Allen's not sure an audit is necessary I'm all for an audit. If it's really going to, make a difference but if it's going to tell us what we already know and take away both the auditors resources in your resources from getting to the bottom of the problem, it just seems like an. Exercise if utility in the end the measure fell one vote short because of those abstentions so there will. Be no audit the legislature did approve sixteen million dollars to hire two hundred thirty more DMV employee's, and the DMV's also going to install more self service kiosks and. Text you when your number comes up so you don't have to wait in line. Doug sovereign KCBS many raiders fans say that they will be fans forever of the silver and black even though they're two. Seasons away from moving Vegas it'll be the second raider defy Affection KCBS Jeffrey Schaub spend. Time with.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Three, two one eight thirteen separate areas remain under evacuation orders that fire broke out on July. Thirteenth one firefighter, was killed last weekend six more have been. Injured push for a national single payer healthcare system being led by Group, of dozens of House Democrats are launching what they now call a Medicare. For all carcass KCBS reporter Keith Bank Coney talked with a couple of the caucus members from the bay area congresswoman Zoe Lofgren is. Among those joining the caucus which seeks. To expand the already popular Medicare program to more Americans most people who are in Medicare, like a, great deal Lofgren says the expansion can't happen all at once but, for example if we were to allow people aged fifty to buy into Medicare that would strengthen the Medicare pool and also strengthen the Affordable Care Act pools. Congressman ro Khanna is, also on board every person, should have healthcare coverage from the day they are born you shouldn't have to fill, out forms go to a bureaucrat you should have health care coverage and that coverage, should, be, an, option to get that from the government some centrist Democrats who favor more market. Oriented approaches to health. Care may. Be hard to win over to the Medicare for all banner but Khanna says the caucus Will be brought enough to include many different proposals the key. Is how do we get to universal healthcare caveman Coney KCBS just ahead on KCBS customers react after a black business owner in San. Francisco is searched by police CBS first for traffic it is your. Local Honda dealers traffic center. In an update from.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Banner but Khanna, says the caucus will be broad enough to include many different proposals the key is how do we get to universal healthcare caveman Coney KCBS just ahead. On KCBS I'm Scott Leterrier in San Francisco apologies there let's move on KCBS. First for traffic Kim, Wunderle keeping an eye on things Kim when last we spoke we had some. Trouble on the southbound Nimitz we have that accident has cleared the one. You're referring to is south eight eighty down by a street looks. Like they've taken that off the freeway at the eighth street exit Tabah traffic is a little bit slow coming out of San Lorenzo and onto thirty eight making your transition onto south eight eighty in the wake of. That this report is brought to you by PTA care program what, has gotten longer is the. Line at the San Mateo. Bridge not at the toll plaza this is on the span there's been. A stall on the decline section coming off that high rise it has been blocking the right lane long enough that. Traffic is now backing up almost to the mid span area not quite but. Definitely the West, End of this bridge is stop and go in the meantime we're taking a look at contra Costa county and, seeing how that. Commute is starting to fill, in we say good morning today FOX KCBS institu- good. Morning fill, in is about the way it's, happening right now westbound, four the, slowdowns starting right. Around railroad not quite and go. But well. Under the speech Unlimited Jen through bay point over the willow pass once conquered area southbound. Six eighty is gonna slow right around two forty two under the. Speed limit to north main street and the bay bridge pretty typical metering lights came on as usual traffic is now backing up just to the MacArthur maze this summer find energy and money saving ideas to keep your. Costs under control at PG dot com slash summer tools you're next, update is at six eighteen..

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Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County

24 Hour News

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County

"For water drops and for figuring out the, true size of the fire says Adrian Freeman who. Speaks for the US, forest service she says that's why the acreage assessments are. Being done at night another, challenge she says actually. Is Beatles the eruption which is what they, call it when they have the big beetle kill events which means there a lot of dead. Trees which fueled the fire easily more than one hundred homes and businesses are under mandatory evacuation, and one firefighter was killed in a bulldozer. Accident Yosemite is. Still open but some families are choosing To cancel their trips because of that heavy smoke that's what Greg Fishman who lives in Sacramento did we've got a few people who who have asthma and other breathing issues and, so they were definitely worried we do have a couple of also you know younger folks a couple of. Of young women who are pregnant and they have. Small children and we definitely didn't want to expose. Them to the smoke and then I did look at a. Couple of webcams and you know some of the spectacular Yosemite views. Are just it's just shrouded, making gold's be KCBS. Oakland firefighters put out a blaze last night burning in a. Box truck in the city's Chinatown neighborhood, before it spread to any buildings five I will say Salvation, Army box truck full of clothes and other items. Caught fire, at about eight thirty in the back of the agencies. Chinatown headquarters at seven, and Franklin streets firefighters were, quickly to put out the flames. Which were threatening other trucks and the Salvation, Army building itself the fire put up a, lot of black smoke which could be seen for blocks no word yet on the cause of that fire KCBS Keith men Coney reports for. The second time and, just four years of laser Shutdown at, Manresa restaurant led by renowned chef David Kinch in two thousand fourteen a, two alarm, fire caused, by arson led to a reported two million dollars of property damage to the, man razor restaurant and shut it down for months Monday night's. Fire was less severe fire captain Bill Murphy of the Santa Clara county, fire department says after. The fire was reported around nine pm Monday evening, crews arrived, on the, scene quickly and managed to extinguish the blaze in just fifteen minutes we got very early report of the fire fire station. Is, literally less than a city block away so very close to the building that was on fire crews were able to get there very quickly, he says the fire did damage an. External wall and and outside fans but luckily it did not cause any injuries the restaurant was closed at. The time of the fire so there was nobody, inside the fire began outside but the exact cause is still under investigation the restaurant does have a track record of bouncing back after disaster after the two thousand fourteen Blaze. The restaurant actually gained more critical acclaim notching up one additional Michelin star to three total in Las Gatos Keith men Coney KCBS health officials say, an infant has died from hooping cough the first such infant death in California since two thousand sixteen. The department of public health says the baby was from San Bernardino county but didn't provide any other. Details to infants died of the disease in two thousand sixteen Dr Karen Smith director of the state. Health department says the latest death is especially tragic because the disease is. Preventable health officials urge expectant mothers to get. A whooping cough booster shot parents are to immunize babies. S soon as possible coming up on KCBS Jeffrey, Schaub the FBI offers a reward for the..

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What's behind the employee revolts at Amazon, Microsoft and Google

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

What's behind the employee revolts at Amazon, Microsoft and Google

"Tech sector is headed in is widespread amazon employees protested the sale of facial recognition software to law enforcement agencies and microsoft and google have also faced many revolts over a controversial projects as well the tech workers coalition in recent weeks put together a sizable forum in san francisco where tech sector employees had the chance to discuss how they might push back against the firms they work for the rail says there's no plans to form a union but what we can provide is you know a space for people to talk about this stuff solidarity advocacy education and training he's been coney kcbs news time ten thirty now page from the diary of flo dear diary i got the brush off again i don't get it is there something wrong with the way i wave elbow wrist elbow wrist why won't that little basset hound acknowledge.

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San Francisco, Deputy Director and Dave Ross discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:29 min | 2 years ago

San Francisco, Deputy Director and Dave Ross discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"And three sign up for san francisco's emergency alert system alert as many officials are worried that since it's been so long since a major earthquake has struck the region it can be easy to get complacent i think that's part of human nature as they won't happen here it hasn't happened but that doesn't mean it won't happen says mike dayton the deputy director of the department of emergency management in san francisco he adds that so far an eighth of the city has signed up for their emergency messaging system so there is room to grow in san francisco keith men coney kcbs a massive new study finds that antarctica is melting at an accelerating rate with about three trillion tons of ice disappearing since one thousand nine hundred two scientists from around the world calculate that in the last quarter century the southern most continents ice sheet melted into enough water to cover texas to a depth of nearly thirteen feet kcbs news time to thirty five let's check back with ross abbas on wins this is dave ross on the cbs news radio network presented by theraworx relief nc atl the same city council voted unanimously less than a month ago to tax big companies like amazon to raise money for homeless programs voted seven to two on tuesday to repeal that very same tax before could even take effect quite a shock and the progressive city whose council is made up of eight democrats and one socialist as a cowardly betrayal of the need for working people so why did those seven democrats flip because thousands of voters had signed petitions to put repeal on the november ballot amazon's planned repeal campaign would likely draw a lot of non to the polls in a crucial election year of course you could look at the explosion of amazon jobs in seattle and the complete remake of the seattle skyline and wonder why government would need to get involved at all with the economy booming shouldn't everybody automatically have a job and a place to live the rising tide and all that and yet the tent encampments continued to spread but now amazon is one the taxes gone so maybe that will fix it and if not i know a socialist council member with the plan b would it be better if the state legislature and the federal government somehow down socialists today and really made our lives better to prevent and relieve muscle cramps in your legs and feet use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today at select walgreens cvs and rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief dot com when we go out to eat we.

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Russia, Beijing and President discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Russia, Beijing and President discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Of the appreciation and home value when it's time to sell or refinance he's been coney kcbs well it's kim well knows you spend enough time on the road pretty much anything can happen this however according to folks who've been around a long time in the state of washington is something they'd never seen before guys driving down the road near tacoma he sees something bounce up and hit the front of his car stops for gas about twenty miles later and finds a handgun embedded in the bumper of the car the barrel and i the trigger sticking out just below the headline that's unusual washington state trooper quoted by the associated press says it was a completely bizarre way to recover a weapon that may be an understatement they're still not sure whether this came from an overpass or was tossed from passing vehicle kcbs news time five fifty four an angeles sponsored by the teaching associates let's say good morning jason brooks of the kcbs super micro intel money desk good morning susan good morning stand wall street is poised for a lower open as mixed messages continue on potential talks with north korea with pyongyang saying it's still hopeful for trump formula to reach agreement over its nuclear weapons program and it remains open to the upcoming summit which president trump called off on thursday the china trade story is also in focus with commerce secretary wilbur ross heading to try next week for another round of talks optimism over a potential deal flourished earlier this week when treasury secretary steve mnuchin declared that the trade war with china was being put on hold only to see pessimism resurface after the white house announced its conducting a national security investigation into imported vehicles reportedly considering a twenty five percent tariff on foreign models that move drew a strong rebuke from beijing the big drag on the market today is oil which is plunging to its lowest level in weeks as it drops below sixty nine dollars a barrel on reports that opec and russia are considering a production boost shares in the energy sector are slumping with chevron exxon each down over one percent dow futures are falling sixty points nasdaq down four points s and p futures lower by eight points on the moneywatch jason brooks kcbi welcome to total wine and more boy this out of the way how about if.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To see your hometown represented a good way and having it with black panther character that everybody loves people who didn't know about the character six months ago he's become their favorite the cover features the black panther and the x men storm hovering over the port of oakland and in the background the ports iconic white cranes and a welcome to oakland sign man says the oakland focus is fitting the demographics are comics is is incredibly diverse and it's getting more diverse all the time so oakland is just you know absolutely the perfect place than perfect representation of that the movie black panther was directed by oakland born filmmaker ryan kugler and key scenes were set in the city for this comic storyline oakland will not be a part of the plot this is a story black panther in space so now it's just oakland on the cover keeping coney kcbs it worked for the producers of the tv sitcom roseanne and now a movie producer says it's working for him making films that appeal to the people who voted for donald trump kcbs has rebecca corral explains america flagging home probably got one one the headline in the wall street journal says making movies in the trump era for the audience hollywood ignore plays an unemployed mechanic who falls in with mexican drug dealer and after a deal goes wrong he sent to prison the drug dealers force him to make amends by murdering enemies are also kidnap his pregnant wife and threatened to give her a forced abortion eric short so covers the film industry for the journal he met with dallas sagnier a producer who's making movies for a conservative audience patriots people who feel alienated by the socalled hollywood elite and wouldn't be caught dead watching an artsy indie film picking movies that are really provocative and in some cases politically radioactive like a late summer release about nazi puppets who kill minority movies are not trying to sell a lot of tickets in new york or la they're trying to sell tickets sort of outside because they don't need to have white theatrical releases they can make a movie for a price and fellow dvd's in walmart and turn a nice profit schwarzer writes that as movie starring vince vaughn was a.

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"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"coney kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Like to get a copy to if anybody in the area can help me get a copy to ryan to hit me up keeping coney kcbs the toll on the golden gate bridge will increase by a quarter in july that means some drivers will pay as much as eight dollars to travel from marin county to san francisco the toll hike is the last of several that the golden gate bridge district board of directors approved of five years ago the board will consider raising tolls again in the fall and another hike appears likely tolls are the main source of revenue for the bridge the news from the hawaiian islands has been fraught with disaster from the floods the volcanic activity on the big island should you be canceling or making other travel plans kim wanderley takes a look in this week's road report in some cases the bad press from the natural disasters in hawaii ken spell deals for travelers like last week alaska airlines ran a flash sale now expired round tacona for an amazing two hundred and ninety seven dollars so it does pay to sign up for those trackers but how safe is it all on the big island of hawaii that volcanic activity does continue so far it's mostly affected the remote southeastern side of the island the majority of tourists to the big island flocked tacona on the western side the major concern to tourist is wagner that's set volcanic smog produced by the gas and particle emissions from kilowatt you can monitor.

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Cal report substantiates WNBA star Layshia Clarendon's sexual harassment claims against former athletic department employee

Kevin and Bean

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Cal report substantiates WNBA star Layshia Clarendon's sexual harassment claims against former athletic department employee

"Affordable housing according to the data in two thousand sixteen bay area commuters other travel times rise about a minute of the previous year reaching the highest levels ever and unfortunately goodwin says i would expect that trend to continue when the 2017 numbers come in and probably when the two thousand eighteen numbers come in he's been coney kcbs former high school student is coming forward again with harassment claims against former santa clara city councilman dominant caserta harassment happened ten years ago in savannah nunez was a senior nunez telling kpi expires at her claims ignored when she reported them in two thousand six but they are gaining attention now after multiple women have come forward accusing the former city councilman at high school teacher of sexual harassment he started being mean and that's when he started calling me all the time leaving me voicemails all the time why would i adopted a certain resigned his council on post three days ago he also suspended his campaign for county supervisor but he remains a teacher at santa clara high a spokesman for the school district says they have recently formed a sexual harassment task force and are looking into the allegations caserta did not return phone calls but has previously vigorously denied all the accusations university of california berkeley has fired a longtime member of the athletic department afternoon investigation found he violated the university's sexual violence and sexual harassment policy with former student athletes including women's basketball player shaya clarendon clarendon is a current guard for the wnba atlanta dream she found a lawsuit in january against now terminated cal staffer muhammad mukhtar school says mukhtar was fired effective last friday releasing a statement saying it pains us to hear about these actions by one of our employees who student athletes turned to as a trusted adviser the assistant director of student services says muktar has been working for the university for more than twenty five years southern california state assembly member christina garcia.

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Larry Harvey, Co-Founder of Burning Man Festival, Dies at 70

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Larry Harvey, Co-Founder of Burning Man Festival, Dies at 70

"While this outdoor art and music festival has died in san francisco kcbs keep men coney reports seventy year old larry harvey helped found burning man leary harvey got the event started in the mid eighties there's a smallscale bonfire ritual but author brian doherty who has written about the history of burning man is harvey is also responsible for shepherding the event as it morphed in grew to magical story of of of what can happen when you just let things grow on it certainly not a story of you know a mastermind coming up with a notion that he wanted to drag seventy thousand people you know to the desert to make weird fiery art and burn an effigy but you created space for it tom price is the founder of to burning man related nonprofits who knew harvey he says harvey's passing will be a huge blow for the event larry's role although largely in the background was of a stewart he was the guy with the hand on the tiller setting the course that everyone else presents the reach of harvey's work has been immense i can't think of any other art experience ever human history is cut so many people that's a powerful kikkoman coney kcbs kcbs news time now eight oh eight coming up on kcbi i'm general lane citizen naturalists in san francisco try to beat la that started as competition a friendly competition at eight oh wait we're going to.

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Larry Harvey: Burning Man festival co-founder dead at 70

News, Traffic and Weather

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Larry Harvey: Burning Man festival co-founder dead at 70

"The show since the beginning writers animators everybody has just worked so hard and preserving the quality of the show i think that's one reason we're still around twenty nine seasons thirty two emmys a peabody a hit feature film and popular merchandise the simpsons remains a cultural phenomenon and groundbreaking franchise correspondent anthony mason in the national football league graft in two thousand eighteen nfl draft the seattle seahawks celek came lost his left hand at the age of four because of a rare condition tom foty cbs news it's twelve oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs partly cloudy overnight with a slight chance of showers in the morning mostly sunny though for your sunday afternoon good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening the creator of burning man died in san francisco saturday following a stroke earlier this month kcbs keith men coney reports larry harvey founded the massive art festival now held each year in nevada's black rock desert leary harvey got the event started in the mid eighties is the smallscale bonfire ritual but author brian who has written about the history of burning man this is harvey is also responsible for shepherding the event as it morphed in grew magical story of of luck can happen when you just let things grow at it certainly not a story of you know a mastermind coming up with a notion that he wanted to drag seventy thousand people you know to the desert to make weird fiery art and burn an effigy but he created space for tom price is the founder of burning man related nonprofits who knew harvey he says harvey's passing will be a huge blow for the event larry's role although largely in the background was of a stewart he was the guy with handle the hiller setting the course that everyone else price adds the reach of harvey's work has been immense i can't think of any other art experience ever even history many people that's a powerful given coney kcbs if you had trouble getting onto the bay bridge from san francisco for the friday evening commute yesterday here's why a woman was arrested friday evening on suspicion of attempted murder after she dragged a chp officer clinging to her car along the bay bridge approach on interstate eighty thirtythreeyearold nicole weight of pittsburgh was arrested and booked into san francisco county jail on several felony charges the officer identified only as k the.

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