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Los Angeles - More Outages Possible After California ISO Declares Stage 2 Emergency For Second-Straight Day

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Los Angeles - More Outages Possible After California ISO Declares Stage 2 Emergency For Second-Straight Day

"Heat advisory for another day. Spare the Air Day for the 19th consecutive day, and it will be continued hot tomorrow. Good evening. I'm Curtis Kim. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's happening. This just in the States Independent System operator has declared a stage two emergency for this evening and is asking California residents to continue their conservation efforts. Calisto says in a tweet that power grid conditions remain tight. But thanks to conservation, no outages have been called just yet The increased winds has lent a hand edging up production. The genie is warning, However, the thousands of customers with that company might get their power turned off by tomorrow night. KCBS reporter Melissa call Russ has more on what could be the first PS PS event. Of the year. Winds in the forecast could bring high fire danger. So PG and E has issued a public safety power shut off watch, meaning the utility as advising customers, it might cut their electricity. The potential Monday evening PS PS could impact approximately 103,000 customers in portion of 17 counties throughout our service area. PG and e spokesperson Katie Allen says that includes some homes and businesses in Napa and Sonoma County's while she emphasizes that the company hasn't called for a PS PS yet She says customers should be prepared for any outage planned or otherwise heat those phone numbers handy of the hospital Fire Department. Police also always keep battery operated flashlights and radios and extra batteries on hand. Other nonperishable food items that don't require cooking. Alan says. PG and E has been working to improve the PS PS program over the last year and will on Ly cut off power as a last resort safety measure.

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Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick ousted by commission

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick ousted by commission

"Zest still hasn't settled over the firing of N. Kirkpatrick as Oakland's police chief KCBS is Curtis Kim says some vocal city employees stood up at the police commission meeting to say firing the city's first female police chief was wrong Mr Harris the public comments came after the police commissioner Regina Jackson opened the meeting a handful of people spoke against the chiefs firing including comments from I'm Anita Lamont three years did not seem to me to be enough time for her she was not given enough time to make the changes that need to be made she was working towards them Susan Malloy who works for the city said Kirkpatrick had the backing of the rank and file Maher shaft was complimenting or just the day before practically and

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KCBS All News

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Pay the agency back for some emergency assistance during recent fires in the North Bay he CVS is Meghan Goldsby reports the federal government says it's nearly four billion dollars by the utility and if that money is not negotiated into P. genies bankruptcy case they say they may have to get it from the settlement amount for the victims or in some cases by billing the victims themselves state senator Sherri hill says they should not fall on their back this is clearly a P. Jeannie expense no one asked to have their houses burned down I mean this we can't shortchange the victims who lost so much just to balance beam is books in pain for helping victims at the end of the day is what FEMA is all about in one of the reasons we pay taxes he says FEMA has not responded to our request for comment but P. Jeannie said in a statement that copayment does not have a valid legal claim against the company you're a good man is a lawyer representing a committee of fire victims in P. genies bankruptcy gate with green thirty percent reduction in the amount of money that would be available on a total basis to pay the fire victims making Goldsby KCBS the impasse between a group of homeless women who have taken over a home in west Oakland and the property owner could escalated anytime is after a judge ruled Friday that the occupants must vacate the property KCBS is Curtis Kim visited the house in west Oakland and says the occupants whatnot unlocked the front door the home is on the twenty nine hundred block of magnolia street in attacks sent to KCBS one of the women occupying the house Dominic Walker says the offer by Wedgwood properties to pay for two months of shelter while the occupants look for permanent housing is disingenuous previously Walker told KCBS we are here and we're not leaving we've been here since November eighteen that is a win for at meantime Sam singer who speaks for the property owners says the judge has ruled in the case we respect what they have to say we would like this to end peacefully and voluntarily the woman occupying the house say they've offered to buy the whole with the help of the Oakland community land trust but singer says Wedgwood will follow the court's ruling in Oakland Curtis Kim KCBS the Sanford blood.

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A's wild-card game vs. Rays expected to sell out

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

A's wild-card game vs. Rays expected to sell out

"Excitement is building for tomorrow's one game playoff game between the Oakland a is in the Tampa Bay rays KCBS is Curtis Kim says some ticket agencies are saying it's the hottest game in town if you haven't got your ticket yet better hurry a supporter say it's going to be a near sellout I heard anywhere from forty seven to forty nine to fifty thousand they took out the tarp for the raiders and they're gonna they're selling those tickets I think for forty thousand P. pieces that way up there and what they call non Davis that's right the Cinco who spent three years as head of the ace boosters club Chris Dobbins of save Oakland sports says what a way to say we need to keep this team in town they've had great teams the last twenty years but unfortunately haven't gotten out of the first round it is just one game do or die you know they're trying their best guy Charlie Morton for the Tampa Bay rays we got our guides shaman I go and it is a one game playoff do or die first pitch at

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KCBS All News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And that has left the rather unpleasant aroma of white wine drinkers says Maggie curry of Kendall Jackson when they came out with that first way to communicate by symbol about wine right it's my opinion that they came out with the wrong color first but curry says they will not be left in the cellar and will try again they say that white wine emoji is on among the top five most requested cheers in San Francisco Curtis Kim KCBS the internet's oldest continually operating webcam is about to go off line to San Francisco State University students started fog came back in nineteen ninety four he was a student project in the SF state department of instructional technologies the founders now posting a message saying the internet has changed dramatically since nineteen ninety four you think yeah hi but fog Campbell always have a special place in its history those of us who were online early do recall looking around for places you could see a live camera feed and that's what Kim was a pretty cool thing usually it was a pretty great not interesting image but is the concept what can never officially sponsored by a sieve state the founders say they've had to change locations a number of times to keep from being shut down the final four cam images will be transmitted over the internet at the end of this month let's get a look at financial news a preview of things to come on Wall Street as we say good morning to Jason Brooks at the KCBS super micro Intel money desk good morning Susan good morning stand stock futures are promising a positive open following back to back rallies by the three major averages with the Dow and S. and P. five hundred each on three session winning streaks central bank stimulus plants in China and Germany and trade talk codes have done a lot of the heavy lifting for the market the federal reserve remains the focus of president trump whose insisting that the fed cut its benchmark rate by a full percentage point along with another round of bond in treasury purchases something the fed has been steadily unwinding in recent years ahead of the opening bell Dow futures are up seventeen points nasdaq gaining six points before the open S. and P. futures nudging higher by one point oil is slipping a little bit after a solid gain on Monday apple T. V. as in the spotlight Bloomberg reports that apple is going.

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KCBS All News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Morning. I'm Curtis Kim. Here's what's happening. The rainbow flag is now flying over the city of Dublin s Casey basis, begging goals, be reports. The city council had an about face at a special meeting last night, and went, and then went outside right after that meeting to hoist. The flag Declan mayor David Hilbert, started out by apologizing for not defending the Q community of his city during a meeting last month in which community members acquainted, being gay with being a pedophile among other things. There was important because I missed the opportunity to do that at the last meeting. And so it gave a little bit of closure gave a little bit of correctness righting that wrong. And it was a way to move forward. Speakers at last night's meeting reiterated, it had been hurtful. I've never been more shamed of you Dubliner than I was two weeks ago when members of the public stiffest podium and spoke words of hate towards the. TQ community and three members of my council remained silent in front of that hate that, there were a small handful of people who were not happy about the council's decision to fly the flag putting up flags every group, I don't think that's going to solve our problems and it's not in my opinion, not the government stopped promote one group over another, so especially on a flagpole but she didn't get her way. The mayor Kilfoyle into crowd of community members went out just before midnight after the meeting to raise the flag. It will now be up until July. Third in Dublin Megan gold, speak, KCBS his Ackerman. Organizers of that city's pride parade of banning uniform police officers. The Sacramento LGBT community center says it asked Sacramento police not to participate in uniform to honor community members who have been harmed by police violence. The Senate has officers can't take part in street clothes. It points out officers in uniform will be on duty at the festivities on Saturday. Sacramento police didn't participate in last year's events. Which took place, a few months after the fatal shooting of Stefan, Clark the department says it is disappointed. City supervisors in San Francisco have voted to shutdown juvenile hall KCBS gentlemen, reports both sides in the debate over the faculty, but with the facility that is believe it could use reform supporters of the measure to shutdown juvenile hall.

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KCBS All News

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Traffic and weather together on the it's on these one six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time five ten whether you note or not when you post something on the internet or a smartphone app. That information is being used by various companies case SS Curtis Kim reports governor Newsom is tasked A-Team with figuring out. How much money that data is worth? It's been an argument floating around the tech world for some time when a company use his your data you've posted on the internet. Should you get paid Google, for example, able to know that a person went to Starbucks on this particular corner that information is valuable because they can fill that information to companies that are interested in fitting up coffee shop, but determining how much you should be getting paid is at the heart of the matter. And the governor is now set up a team to figure out the data dividend as it's being called KCBS technology analyst, Larry Magid when you posted social media and thousands of people like or view that post and they're failing ads around that post. I think in argument could be made that you should be paid for it. The discussion comes at a time when tech companies are flourishing and automation as eliminated jobs in San Francisco. Curtis Kim KCBS. Plan that will dictate where semi trucks can drive and park near the porta Oakland is now just a step away from reality as the SS. Megan goolsbee reports at something that residents have been asking for for decades the five year plan but residents here in west Oakland would notice some big changes within the very first year. We're going to propose new parking regulations that would prohibit truck parking in most of west Oakland. That's because port environmental planner. Andrea Gardner tells KCBS residents may have thought the trucks were parking illegally on the street, but because of mixed zoning it was actually allowed. However, she says it likely won't be much longer. Next up in the truck management plan, dictating which roads they can drive on N. If those regulations or followed waiting in traffic circles for speed, bumps or or deterrent where we still have some remaining problems. We want to address because we're the trucks go, obviously matters for rattling windows and for sound. But also for pollution, this moving trucks, you know, even just a couple blocks there's evidence that that. That actually has localized air quality benefits. Getting a truck a couple blocks away from a residence, for instance, does reduce exposure and all she says without hurting the port's business, there won't be fewer trucks. But we'll try to keep them on roads that are really meant for that type of Dickel movement in west Oakland. Megan gold, speak KCBS number of overdoses in California, prisons has more than doubled in recent years. Chronicle reports record show that nearly a thousand prisoners O'day last year nine hundred ninety seven inmates required medical attention in two thousand eighteen after overdosing on drugs or alcohol that is up more than twice the number from twenty fifteen comes as then governor Jerry Brown spent fifteen point three million in two thousand seventeen on a three year program..

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KCBS All News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Penalties. Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS just ahead on KCBS. I'm Curtis Kim. One police officer and three burglary suspects caught in the act in south. San Francisco are injured after an officer involved shooting. Let's see how traffic is looking as this. Easter winds down we go to the KCBS traffic desk and Alden Jacob continues to be a bit of a grind on the bay bridge. Westbound eighty before you hit the island. You are going to see as series of brake lights starting pretty much at the end of the incline, and it continues past the island and into San Francisco where you'll be well beyond Fremont street before you start speeding up again. So it is looking a bit messy getting into San Francisco. I'm also seeing that there may be a crash just before the toll plaza not really seeing it though on my institute camera. So if you see something let me know in the KCBS phone force line four one five three nine one KCBS that's four one five three nine one five two two seven Oakland. Southbound Nimitz near twenty third avenue paving takes away the two or three left lanes on my camera. I can see that the two left lanes are definitely gone. But it definitely appears like the third lane is. Taken away because you're almost backed up from nine eighty at this point. So it's looking rough eastbound five eighty a much better. Alternate your next traffic update. Eleven eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS mostly clear overnight tonight, lows mid forties to mid fifties. Your Monday, looking really nice, sunny and warmer high.

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KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Passenger was attacked during an attempted robbery. This happened. Shortly after ten o'clock last night at the MacArthur Bart station in Oakland police say the teens punched the male victim the face several times after trying to steal his cell phone. The victim was bruised and battery but not seriously hurt and police arrested the suspects at the station shortly after that assault. They'll some local police departments have a gift for you. And all you have to do is pick it up. But KCBS Curtis Kim says you'd better make sure that package is meant for you place. Call it operation port St. but some people who are stealing packages off of other people's property are probably calling it something else. We realize that most people most people probably ordering packages online, right bumper -tunities for criminals to steal packages because most at work, and they have the left on the doorstep Antonio Puente who says some of these thieves open the box to find the electron device a GPS tracker. Stolen from them before a lot of them have the ring video. So it helps with the the the video aspect of two. So we contact them and said, you know, his plan that we're doing we knew your victim before Sammy places package on your porch wants taken by the porch pirate police used the GPS tracker to make the arrest operation actually in December of two thousand seventeen as well. And it was successful. And within an hour of put in the box down. We got somebody in San Francisco Curtis Kim, KCBS KCBS news time eleven twelve. We'll check sports right after we hear this.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Coming up on KCBS Curtis. Kim appreciate the Oakland diocese accused of sexual misconduct has left the country. He's going to flee the country. If he has a passport. It's eleven fifteen. Here's your sports line tonight with Bruce McGowan as expected the Sacramento Kings took care of business up in the capital city, beating the woeful mixed one fifteen away his buddy he'll of the way with twenty eight former warrior Harrison Barnes had his best night since coming to Sacramento in a trade from Dallas you had twenty two points and ten rebounds. Meanwhile, the Lakers fading fast their playoff chances are Evaporating is the Nilo Gallinari scored twenty three in a one thirteen one. Oh, five clippers win over the Lakers. Lebron James who led the way with twenty seven for the losing Lakers was asked about his club's increasingly long-shot hopes. Keep plans it in. I've been talking about it for a while. Now, we shouldn't even be everyone's been talking about the whole season we need to worry about each and every game how we can get better when our processes get better when our team. So at the end of the year, not will fall where they may. That's LeBron James. Meanwhile, a huge upset in Phoenix where Kelly Oubre junior had twenty seven points, thirteen rebounds. The lowly sons storm back from a ten point fourth quarter deficit and beat the team with the best record in the NBA one fourteen one oh five the bucks of Milwaukee lose this game Janos onto the compo twenty one points, thirteen rebounds, four Milwaukee. Or is it going to bring Andrew bogut back onto the team? He was the MVP of the Australian league is thirty four years of age, but he would give the warriors some valuable help off the bench as a defender a rebounder and a passer. Kevin Durant sounded optimistic about having the seven foot burly enforcer back with the warriors down the stretch workforce on on Bob.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Two sides on the Oakland teacher strike you're expected to return to the bargaining table. This morning. Jennifer Hodges reports they're hoping to reach a deal that would have the teachers back in the classroom on Monday morning. They're hoping to put an end to the three day walkout district. Spokesman John Sasaki says they've been lobbying the state for help going into next school year. We're already proposing up almost twenty two million dollars in cuts to the nineteen twenty school year. That tells us. Where we are as a district. Sasaki has said the districts pay raise offer jumping from five to eight and a half percent is a good one Keith Brown. President of the teacher's union says they're leery of the numbers of I don't believe their budget numbers. And neither said the public all USDA received twenty three million dollars more revenue this year last year, all USD spans more on administrators in contracts just about every other comparable school district in the state that teachers are asking for a twelve percent pay increase. Jennifer Hodges KCBS an accounting sheriff's office releasing body camera footage of last week's fatal officer involved shooting. KCBS Curtis Kim reports the goal was to dispel any false reporting on the story fired shots fired. It was dramatic footage deputy Riley directly approaching a man inside a car and trying to get him to roll his window down. That's when the man shot at deputy director story that's created on. Social media is is all that's Napa county sheriff John Robertson who says gone are the days when reporters with notebooks showed up at his office for an interview or even leave it seen as the story has been created people are questioning. This and that and talking about procedures and response time. And yeah rate comes into the into the picture. And and things like that. Jeff Robertson says blame it on social media. That's why he released the body Cam footage so quickly. You know, things have changed, and we have to constantly be dealing with that change and expecting that change. And we sometimes we have to change the way we do business Curtis. Kim KCBS.

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KCBS All News

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"December first two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS leaders from around the globe. Or remembering the late, George H W Bush and people are on uniting today in the fight against aids. It's world aids day PCS news time now six thirty one. CBS news special report. Former president George H W Bush will lie in state in the capitol rotunda next week the forty first president died last night less than a year after the passing of his wife. Barbara CBS news correspondent major Garrett before meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the g twenty President Trump offered condolences to the Bush family. Highquality man who truly loves his family Mirko, recalled President Bush's steady leadership is the Cold War ended and a divided east and west Germany forged a new future. The father one of the John and we will never forget former CBS news face the nation host. Bob schieffer. The fact is he was a much better public servant, then he was a politician. And I think it came out of his upbringing and his family they were discouraged from ever bragging on any personal feet. They might have accomplished a funeral services plan for Washington's National cathedral. CBS news special report. I'm Sam Litzinger. KCBS news time six thirty two as our Saturday evening. Newswatch continues. Thanks for joining us tonight. I'm Scott Latifi. Well, political analysts are weighing in on the presidency of George Hw Bush who passed away Friday at the age of ninety four just heard on the network news KCBS is Curtis. Kim reports the forty first president is being remembered fondly. Most analysts talk about George H W Bush for his moderate approach to running the country. Former political campaign aide professor Jack Pitney of Claremont McKenna. College says Mr Bush just didn't walk the walk Betsy sample the Americans with disabilities. Act Bush signed the Americans with disability act, but it wasn't just something that congress put his desk. He. Craciun worked very actively with congress to pass that and it was a landmark in disability rights in the United States. However USF professor James Taylor says the forty first president wasn't without faults. Famously pitching that he would not raise taxes any raise taxes, which let it and being a one term president political observer, Brian soba, call Mr Bush, an honest and decent man. Humble nice guy later on when one of my books was published. He wrote me a note to congratulate me in nineteen Ninety-one Mr Bush's approval rating reach ninety percent only to plummet a year and a half later. The twenty nine percent inch effort Cisco Curtis Kim KCBS today is world aids day day every year for people to unite in the fight against HIV KCBS as Melissa coul. Ross reports that tremendous progress is being made in that fight right here in the US Ryan white HIV aids program is a national funding program that invests about two. Point three billion federal dollars every year in states, cities and community organizations that provide medical care to people diagnosed with HIV, we take care of over half a million people annually, which is over half of all the people with diagnosed HIV, and we've been able really working with the people in the field in San Francisco and around the country who are doing the day to day work to improve outcomes for people living with HIV who come into care. Dr Laura Cheever is with the HIV aids bureau at the health resources and Services Administration in Washington. And she says that when we talk about improving outcomes for patients, a large part of what we mean is in two thousand and ten only about sixty nine percent of people in our program that we're seeing a medical provider were violently suppressed and that's up to eighty six percent today. So that's a huge improvement in a very important thing. Viral suppressed means that a patient's levels of HIV are undetectable in their blood, and they're unable to transmit the virus sexually Dr Cheever says the medical advances that have occurred in the last several years are remarkable. But that work needs to be done to increase the percentage of. Release suppressed patients even further Melissa call Ross KCBS CBS news time, six thirty five. Stargate.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"All news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one six nine am seven forty kcbs monday night june eighteen twenty eighteen and coming up on kcbs this is matt bigler to local soccer pros are competing in the world cup just not on team usa the only two earthquakes that are in the world cup a crackdown to encourage pedestrian safety in the south bay i'm curtis kim a cbs news update is next cbs news update president trump is ordering of new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products and says they'll take effective beijing doesn't change its trade policies including plans to put tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of us goods china calls it blackmail nick did you re is with george mason university's mercatus center i think at this point where official ain't a trade war when you have country after country retaliating at least threatening to retaliate against one another and unfortunately there's no winners in a trade war cbs news has a new poll on the president's use of tariffs including on allies like canada and europe deputy director of surveys jennifer do pinto already eight percent of americans disapprove of president trump's decision to impose tariffs on stealing aluminum while fewer thirty six percent approve cbs news update i'm pam coulter kcbs news time is seven thirty two in a little more than twenty five years more than twenty thousand homes in california run the risk of being flooded out due to rising sea levels kcbs has john bristow reports most of them are in the bay area dr christine doll senior climate scientists for the union of concern to scientists co authored this report looking at how greenhouse gases warming things up around the globe will affect us here right now we know that this risk that properties are facing due to sea level rise is really flying under the radar and a lot of coastal property markets not fully account for that sea level rise risk so it may be that a lot of our coastal properties today are overvalued more than four thousand homes in marin county more than four thousand in san mateo county more than twenty five hundred in santa clara county all expected to be inundated by twenty forty five those counties topped the list some cities are taking action now with plans for new seawalls in the like others are still debating meantime there is a chance that as flood risk increases the cost of flood insurance will rise and there's also the possibility that as the real estate market starts to perceive the risk of sea level rising close to flooding more and more that home values will start to adjust bristow kcbs california is a garden of eden so the old song goes up place where job seekers wanna end up kcbs scott reports on the survey that shows the barrier tops the list for those looking for jobs the indeed dot com survey shows san jose number one in the country san francisco number two with san diego and l.

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Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training

News, Traffic and Weather

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training

"Vanity fair says kim kardashian will meet with the president's adviser and soninlaw jared kushner this after noon about the plight of a sixty two year old great grandmother serving a life sentence for a first time drug offense they are then expected to sit down with the president himself and ask him to pardon alice johnson deborah rodriguez cbs news four zero five at the bay area's news station k cbs we're going to see sunshine this afternoon after morning fog but considerably cooler temperatures for a couple of days i'm john evans here's what's happening eight thousand starbucks coffee shops closed yesterday afternoon for employee training starbucks said the closure will cost the company millions but the ceo believes the antibias training will be worth it kcbs curtis kim reports from a starbucks on pacific and battery in san francisco the antibias training included a video presentation breakout sessions and some words from rapper named common the question will the effort make a difference they agents who showed up at the starbucks only define the store closed had mixed reactions obviously it's it's not only about doing that one hour training now it has to be photoed by concrete the change at starbucks i believe that will get through to some there's some people that are not going to listen to anything so they're they're not gonna let some people just are going to be prejudiced no matter what i think it's good that they're doing it i'm not sure how their policy of anyone can use the bathroom is going to work out the training was prompted by the arrest of two black men at a starbucks in philadelphia because they wanted to use the restroom but had not made a purchase to i think four hours is going to change a culture completely no but i can't fault him for trying starbucks diversity training will be ongoing in the financial district curtis kim kcbs southwest airlines apologize to cal women's basketball coach lindsay gottlieb after she claimed an airline employees in denver stopped her from boarding because the worker didn't believe for one year old biracial son with a different last name who's actually hers leaps of the incident happened on her flight to oakland got was traveling with her fiance patrick martin the boy's father who is black gottlieb said she appreciates the apology.

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Howard Schultz on Starbucks' anti-bias training, "fracturing of humanity"

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Howard Schultz on Starbucks' anti-bias training, "fracturing of humanity"

"Training this afternoon kcbs is curtis kim says it comes after two black men were arrested at a philadelphia starbucks in an interview with cbs news starbucks executive chairman howard schultz says a mistake was made and the antibias training is just the start as a way to make amends this is not going to be a one day event where we're going to do something and leave we're going to stay with this it's going to be significant it's going to endure part of the training will cover what bias means and how to treat others respectfully jamie lynn perry from the cornell school of business says what comes out of the session remains to be seen doing it so publicly also commits them to this new vision and values that they're putting forth about diversity training so i think that's very important starbucks has instituted a new policy nonpaying guests can use the cafe and it's bathrooms in san francisco curtis kim kcbs and at this hour conversation underway on facebook live and twitter helping rather being led by the founder of the oakland based coffee company red baked coffee who is in philadelphia today touring blackowned coffee shops and trying to talk about inclusiveness in the coffee industry red big coffee composed entirely of women people of color and the formerly incarcerated their staff is founder keva kante says red bay coffees goal is to right the wrongs in the industry but he says it'll take generations as well as deep changes to reverse what he considers to be the racial bias built into society kcbs news time six thirty.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Will finish second and they will spar all the way to november feinstein tells kcbs if that's the case she will agree to debate de leon something she has not done during the primary campaign doug sovereign kcbs starbucks will close eight thousand stores nationwide after two o'clock this afternoon to train employees on race relations and other matters kcbs has curtis kim reports the move comes in the wake of the arrest of two black men and philadelphia starbucks who gathered to talk what had not made it purchase and wanted to use the restrooms we're better than this can i think people expect us to be at a higher level than many other companies that starbucks executive chairman howard schultz speaking with cbs news hills promises ongoing training not just one shot pr stunt jamie lynn perry of the cornell school of business when we think about diversity training it's actually effective one of the components is having organizational member specifically manager by top management team by in fuel says managers will be actively involved and there will be discussions centering on bias and how to treat people respectfully in san francisco curtis kim kcbs the founder of red bay coffee of oakland will tour black owned philadelphia coffee shops today as starbucks holds its training sessions red bay coffee is composed almost entirely of women people of color and the formerly incarcerated is founder as kibo kante who will hold a conversation on social media about inclusiveness in the coffee industry he says that bias such as what happened in philadelphia will continue until leadership of corporations becomes as diverse as the communities they serve some california cars soon we'll have digital license plates as part of a pilot project the dmv is teaming up with reviver auto of san francisco to begin marketing them for sale at car dealerships neville boston is ceo of reviver auto.

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AP News in Brief at 11:09 p.m. EDT

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01:29 min | 2 years ago

AP News in Brief at 11:09 p.m. EDT

"In france there is praise and there are thanks to an undocumented immigrant from the african nation of mali who climbed up on apartment building to save a small child the young man said he saw the four year old who was home alone had slipped over the edge of the balcony and was hanging on by his hands mama do gassama said he just sprang into action scaling four floors balcony to balcony the young immigrants moved to france from mali last september but has no papers president emmanuel macron invited him to the palace and promised him he will be naturalized and he said the paris fire service is ready to offer him a job elaine cobb cbs news paris larry's going to the on afternoon time out at starbucks which was closing some eight thousand stores across the country today to conduct anti bias training right after the arrest of two black men last month at one of its philadelphia stores it also brings attention to the use of socalled unconscious bias training tom foty cbs news 1205 at the bay area's news station kcbs we've got another warm day coming up today tuesday but not quite as warm as memorial day i'm john evans good morning in for larry sharoni here's what's happening the golden state warriors defeated the houston rockets last night in texas for the western division championship kcbs has curtis kim joined thirteen thousand fans who watched the game on the big screens at the oracle arena in oakland.

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Consumer Reports finds flaws in Tesla's Model 3

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Consumer Reports finds flaws in Tesla's Model 3

"It's one zero three at the bay area's new station kcbs blue skies sunshine and it's more sixties to upper seventies today good afternoon i'm rebecca chorale here's what's happening the man whose body was pulled from fully submerged tesla model s vehicle this morning near san ramon was an east bay musician kcbs reporter tim ryan on the scene along crow canyon road has more on the tragedy there are no known witnesses to the crash the vehicle careening into a rural pond seated in the driver's seat we found the driver his name is keith h leon l e u n g he is thirty four years old he's a resident of danville that's spokesman ray kelly with the allegheny county sheriff's office who says leong family was notified of the death hours after debris from the crash was discovered by the property owner this is obviously a very difficult time for them so our thoughts and prayers are with the leone family it took most of the night for sheriff's divers to pull the electric car out of the pond we were going to be safe we didn't want one tragedy to lead to another tragedy so we did everything that we were supposed to do there's no hint of what went wrong although it looks as though speed may have been a factor no word on whether the car may have been in self driving mode near san ramon tim ryan kcbs long emergency stopping distances difficulties controls at a harsh ri kept tesla's model three electric cars from getting recommended by rating from consumer reports well let's testers like the car's handling and acceleration they say say they were troubled by it's one hundred fifty two foot average stopping distance from sixty miles an hour in emergency braking tests worse than any modern car consumer reports has tested tesla says its own tests found emergency braking distances averaging one hundred thirty three feet that it continually does software updates to improve factors such as stopping distance investigators are trying to determine exactly how an elderly man fell over a glass rayle at sfo to his death one flight below kcbs is curtis kim says it happened at terminal three where the.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs sunday afternoon april twenty nine two thousand eighteen and coming up on kcbs megan goldfine unhealthy to san francisco chronicle writers are recreating a city challenge invented by giants president larry baer in nineteen eighty and korea seeking a us no attack promise i'm curtis kim cbs news update news update north korean leader kim jong un is taking steps to convince the world that he means what he says about curbing his nuclear program cbs ben tracy has more from beijing ging north korea had already promised to close down its nuclear testing site which is buried deep in the mountains but according to the south koreans kim jong hoon will now allow experts and journalists from the united states and south korea into north korea next month to show them that it is indeed shutdown missouri republican roy blunt a member of the senate intelligence committee told meet the press president trump deserves a lot of credit for north korea's change of heart but needs to take what kim says with a grain of salt i think we have to be very skeptical this is very much whatever they say i'm not sure you can trust it would you certainly have to verify the president's planned summit with kim could happen as early as next month cbs news update i'm pam coulter kcbs news time now is to thirty two tomorrow to san francisco chronicle riders will strive to recreate a feat that hasn't been done since nineteen eighty riding every single muny line in san francisco s kcbs is making golsby reports the stud was created by giants president and ceo larry baer in order to make this happen heather knight a columnist for the paper and puncture critic peter hart lob have to.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The ad council kcbs news time six forty two former fbi director james comey do in san francisco tonight as part of his book promotion tour of the event of the current theater is sold out here's a b s's curtis kim checked with one local retailer to find out how welcome his book is selling here that could be for several reasons according to frank sanchez of green apple books in the richmond district it's not a trump book you know it's a it's a leadership book it's a book that commie wrote about his career as a civil servant the book is not the same as the what michael wolff wrote supposedly based on insight from behind the scenes at the oval office it's going to be compared to fire and fury of course i mean it's even the same parent publisher so in terms of that now it's not jumping off the shelves we saw twenty four copies which is in bad sanchez but he does say one on online retailer is selling comas book for forty percent off the thirty dollar price and one big box store is knocking off thirty percent so two dozen is a good start not overwhelming for green apple in san francisco curtis kim kcbs the latest airline kerfuffle man hit with a taser and pulled off an american airlines flight after he allegedly tried to fondle another passenger had happened in miami last night before takeoff when a man complained to the cabin crew that another passenger was touching his girlfriend inappropriately american airlines says it's crews tried to get the guy off the plane then began to empty the plane when a scuffle broke out between the mannered complained in the mand allegedly doing the groping by that time police were there the suspect wrestled with officers who eventually subdued him with a taser miami dade police say the man is being charged with battery depriving at officer of a firearm criminal mischief and disorderly conduct kcbs news time six forty four you work all day then go home and make dinner that's not fair because making your that's our job we don't work.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs sunday evening april fifteen twenty eighteen some of the stories we're following for you on kcbs attack marched against president trump's tax overhaul legislation and peninsula congresswoman jackie speier we asked to fight as missile airstrikes in syria i'm curtis kim face the nation is up next today on face the nation the us and its allies launch a targeted missile strike on syria in retaliation for last month's chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians these are not the actions of a man they are crimes of a monster instead president trump said the strike was perfectly executed and not the mission was accomplished but some in congress say the strikes didn't go far enough either way the question remains what exactly is the strategy in syria and the conflict that's now in its seventh year ambassador nikki haley has been reading the diplomatic effort at the united nations that the syrian regime uses this poison gas again the united states is locked and loaded when our president draws a red line our president enforces the red line we'll talk with embassador haley then with virginia democratic senator tim kaine he called the strikes illegal and reckless since the president did not see the approval of congress before the attack plus the president's legal problems intensify after the fbi raids his personal attorney's office and home michael cohen is now the subject of a criminal investigation into his business which may impact his soul pliant president trump and another headache for the president.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To replace loss of food loss of wages only wants to nobody winery was completely destroyed paradise ridge in fountaingrove into noma county curtis kim kcbs delete or not this is dave ross on the cbs news radio network presented by theraworx relief facebook's latest admission that it wasn't just fifty million but that potentially most facebook users could have had their data scraped that's the new term now has people seriously asking themselves if they should stay or go even though for some families facebook has become the family album it's how everybody stays in touch therefore i decided to do a survey of a cross section of america that being my own family and here are the results my wife says she doesn't care about her data and would have no idea how to delete it and not even sure how she got on facebook to begin with my millennial nephew said he considered leaving but won't my down to earth practical brother said collecting information was always the plan what's the surprise one sister said yes she would delete her account but can't remember the made up name she used when she lasts signed on ten years ago and my other sister said she long ago deleted her account that might explain why just now finding out i have sisters as for me i'm keeping my account because i'm not sure who runs it and i haven't got time to look at it anyway which might be why i haven't heard from my own kids yet on this question i'm pretty sure we did have kids though because otherwise there are two bedrooms upstairs i can't explain dave ross on the cbs news radio network sunday was holocaust remembrance day and as kcbs scotla terry reports from an event in berkeley organizers say there has never been a time when the words never again have been more relevant how important is that we have these these events to kind of remember.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In santa rosa curtis kim kcbs several lawmakers proposing to improve the emergency alert system in california kcbs gentlemen reports there bill inspired by the october wildfires have its first committee hearing this week in the north bay wildfires emergency alert systems that require residents to opt in reached only some of the people who were in danger and needed to evacuate if senate bill eight thirty three were pass every county in california would have to use the same wireless emergency alert system by july twenty nineteen and residents would have to opt out one of the authors is senator mike mcguire of healdsburg go for example the amber alert system in california is all opt out when there's a missing toddler every california resident within the region where that toddler missing or receive an emergency alert an amber alert to their cell the bill would also expand emergency alerts to include cell phones landlines radio and television and electronic highway signs gentlemen kcbs a san francisco man has been arrested in connection with a stabbing at the oakland coliseum bart station yesterday thirty two year old robert dolphin admitted his involvement in the crime investigators who say the victims are woman in her sixties and her brother who is in his fifties dolf allegedly followed the victims when they got off at the coliseum station and pulled out a knife and stabbed them when they approached the fare gate police say the attack was unprovoked and a good samaritan was able to take the knife from the suspect and hold him down until police arrived the suspect has since been booked into jail in dublin coming up on kcbs melissa call ross with how lateseason storms are helping bolster the state's water supply he's helping you get around at least giving you the latest on traffic and what your face and here's frank munich or you're facing a ladder on the six three don ramps to the south found to eighty extension in san francisco and the large enough ladder to be straddling the two left lanes of that on ramp again this is a six three don ramp to the.

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"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"curtis kim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You know we know what we're doing he stayed in his lane i'll stay in my lane hopefully you know who minds will prevail on monday and we'll have a discussion about it i know you have a busy job thank you for taking the time to talk to kcbs action for this area peter the streets are all full behind the yellow tape and other lines that have been set up but they are yes plenty of people out here right now and made attraction on on a on a night that they usually celebrate reveling so yes no need to answer that question there are people out here who are watching what's going on all right curtis kim live in north beach nice job with the fire chief there kcbs news time is nine ten.

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