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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Book an appointment today yeah Chilton auto body dot com extravagant the seven fifty eight on the traffic leader case CBS sixty forecast with KPIX five low cloud cover will creep back in over downtown over the bay and farther inland as we head through this evening and tonight but like the past couple of days it will creep back towards the shore as we head through Wednesday morning temperatures on Wednesday all over the place thanks to that marine layer low sixties by the coast upper sixties and low seventies around the bay pretty close to normal for late June you're ninety degrees farther inland low nineties likely inland Thursday and Friday with temperatures around the bay warming up to around seventy on Thursday into the mid seventies Friday but more of a cool down over the weekend we'll see just a tiny bit more cloud cover and then next week some long range models or even hinting at a couple of sprinkles on Tuesday that's very rare for late June but we'll keep an eye on it just in case I'm meteorologist Paul Hagen with your KPIX five KCBS forecast Debra Anderson at the editor's desk key CBS news time seven fifty one takeout delivery and outdoor dining only goes so far when it comes to keeping a restaurant running in San Francisco as KCBS is Kathy Novak reports the tech trade association S. up city heard many restaurants will struggle to stay afloat even after indoor dining returns that's partly because of distancing requirements as the Golden Gate restaurant association's Lori Thomas I am guessing the thirty five to forty percent of a normal capacity so instead of walking into a restaurant at seven thirty on a Saturday night seeing eighty seats you're going to see forty seats right forty people and restaurants they can't really run on that margin was already expensive to run a restaurant in San Francisco harder now.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Looks like traffic is getting by with no problem you next have a good day at one fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS in your case CVS six day forecast he is he a mild overnight with patchy coastal fog lows in the fifties sunny hot day on tap sixties and seventies at the coast eighties and low nineties around the bay to the mid nineties inland fog and clouds begins rolling tonight leading to a cooler weekend coastal fog in a westerly wind over the weekend continued sunny around the bay and inland highs on Saturday from the sixties at the beaches mid and upper eighties inland only to the upper seventies on Sunday then increasing clouds Sunday night leading to scattered showers Monday and Tuesday highs from the sixties to low seventies cloudy but mostly dry and mild on Wednesday traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS this station you know the people you trust coming up on KCBS six and a half million new unemployment claims Jason Brooks analyzes those stunning numbers stand the pain is spreading through the U. S. economy jobless claims piling up in record fashion the miglior voices connecting with you wherever you are we are the area's news station KCBS good morning I'm loosing John Debra Anderson at the editor's desk case CBS news time one fifty it's okay to play tennis but where and when our swimming pools going to open the realities of recreating in this report from KCBS is Jim Taylor man we really do want to get out there and recreation ever the rules say while Tennessee is allowed you can't find an open court in the bay area unless you go to contraception only one of the few places where public tennis is possible still no doubles though as for taking a dip No Way which seems kind of counterintuitive I mean you're taking a bath and chlorine which should kill the virus.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bound direction by seven AM this morning more details I KCBS radio dot com slash Alamy project you next have a good day at twelve fifty eight on the traffic leader Casey VS CBS sixty forecast partly cloudy this morning with fog at the coast lows in the upper forties and fifties turning sunny today after morning fog and overcast burns off highs from the sixties at the coast low seventies round the bay to the mid and upper seventies inland partly cloudy to sunny tomorrow Saturday and Sunday with fog at the coast slightly cooler with highs from the sixties to mid seventies and then a gradual warming trend begins Monday highs from the sixties to upper seventies and low eighties on Monday and Tuesday into the mid eighties by Wednesday traffic and weather together on the H. on all news one of six nine in A. M. seven forty KCBS Debra Anderson at the editor's desk he CBS news time twelve fifty San Jose Sharks are stepping up to help out part time employees at S. A. P. center KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says they're establishing a covert nineteen relief fund five hundred dollar grants will be handed out to part time employees who work sharks games people like sixty one year old usher Ron Lopez I assist people in to their seats help them find their seats at Lopez says it's a job he enjoys I got to know if you guessed by by name lot of season ticket holders but without work in there it's like I'm out of shape now because it kept me in shape really the relief fund is one that anyone can donate to at SJ sharks dot com slash covert nineteen relief the sharks organization will match those funds they're hoping to give out the grants to all eighteen hundred part time employees you know they certainly don't have to do it this time for us but they did and what it's.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"With your KPIX five KCBS forecast K. CBS news time eight fifty one Debra Anderson at the editor's desk and right now will mature so Phil let's back this up as the story goes back before the pandemic began but I am but it's also factoring in the global nineteen pandemic at this point as well this it is and people are using it to promote an agenda that's been around San Francisco for the last couple of years which is to get rid of like the holding jail at eight fifty Bryant Mrs Mary wait for cordon were you sometimes come in and come out of the system but I think they got you as you said this is a rather unique situation as not every county in the country where you have a district attorney and the public defender both agreeing that it's best for people not to be in jail and to do their best to keep people out of jail and you have a board of supervisors it agrees with that you have a mayor that says okay I can go along with that but we need to make sure that we're going to have things covered and the sheriff that agrees with that perspective as well so I think we're gonna be shutting it down I think you're going to see less people going into jails in San Francisco it's already the case you'll see more of it coming in the next year so and they'll figure out where and when to place these people that might require them you know having the ship amount accounting as they did for a while over at Santa Rita and Boston back in every day but if people want to make a point of going to a certain direction that's what they're gonna do my question to you was what what happens to the people that would have been at the hall of justice the jail at the hall of justice there are other jails in the city well there is a San Bruno jail where you go after your sentence usually that's down in San Bruno so that's that's that there is a smothered jail yeah right next door to this one that is seismically O. okay but again that usually is pro longer holds the electricity they have some empty space there it depends on what the jail count is now right now the G. O. Canada has fallen around we to voucher under a thousand it went from eleven hundred to about six ninety six as of this morning according to those to the status in part that's because of the corona virus through having people that in the C. absolutely need to be locked up to according to their ideas they're moving them out we're seeing this in a number of counties across the state Alameda county kind of Clara county where people are assessing who should really be in there in this time of virus and that is promoting the idea at the board of supervisors saying given this and they could possibly have another virus come back maybe we just down scale it and and change it it's been a long standing agenda and I they everybody's in agreement with it as they also point to the fact that crime is down it's crime down now because most the stores are boarded up closed and nobody's out there with their cars and laptops in coffee shops to be stolen we'll see what happens when it comes back but they are definitely laying tracks for when it comes back but that jail is going to be on its way to being closed and fewer prisoners going at KCBS and chronicle insider Phil Mateer that earlier today he'll be live with Stan Bunger tomorrow morning CBS news time eight fifty five twenty March was a disaster for Wall Street but April rebounded to become the best month in decades for stocks because of investors approval of federal aid to businesses still the gains fizzled.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eights on KCBS KCBS news time eight fifty one Debra Anderson is at the editor's desk San Francisco is following Oakland's lead these days city officials announcing the closure of portions of a dozen streets this will allow people to bike run or walk while maintaining a safe social distance for more KCBS news anchors Patty rising Jeff bell spoke with KCBS and chronicle insider filled with tear filled what his Louis early reaction been within San Francisco or is there any push back to this no not at this point it's interesting you know this is a an idea they borrowed from us Oakland which began at it was you the last week of the week before and I've seen it in Oakland basically what they did open was a skillet selected the streets and there were a couple of them eventually they want to have a lot more and they were not worth primary streets okay not very heavily traffic they would be like the street two or three blocks off the main one and the going the same direction they put cones up and signs up that said don't do not enter and what they did was they cut down the traffic you can go in there if you make a delivery to go in there if you lived there they didn't have police out there blocking the mop was pretty much voluntary the idea is for people to be able to go outside and you know like you said walk run or do whatever they want to do and I have to say in all honesty I haven't seen a lot of people out there walking and running on those streets anymore than any others because a lot of the streets around everywhere and the six bay areas are pretty much shut down to traffic because people just aren't on them if they're naturally shut down whatever Cisco is going to be opening some sort of closing down some street slowing them up some are a couple of blocks long this summer is wrong is about two and a half miles and the idea is to get people out again there wasn't it was interesting as it was in earlier push to have JFK drive which goes through Golden Gate park shut down for as in making rooms for bad bicyclists and walkers on weekends and they said no to that because they thought it would attract too many people out there at a time when their same social distancing but I guess they feel that if you split it up around the city or whatever to a city it is and and mix them up your people will be in one place and you can do the social distancing in get out same time so you pick the less popular streets yeah yeah you can get because you can't put a Cup each side say stay off so you picked a less popular street because one safety you don't want people driving through their fast at any rate and and two because it's more manageable stop the fifth at the this whole shutdown order as we've seen is sort of ripe with sort of you know why this and why not that because at the same time they shut down parks and other places saying that too many people congregated at wasn't checked so I I guess it's a party is that Ortega or Crookham Avenue is out in the sense that there's a lot less attractive in Golden Gate park some fifty people won't be rushing flocking to the streets to use and that's K. CBS and chronicle insider Phil Mateer there are three new additions to cal Berkeley campus there check let's born to a pair of falcons that have made the top of the iconic campanile tower since nineteen or two thousand seventeen KCBS is Jeffrey shop reports the pair become world famous the baby falcons each the size of a golf ball were born on the eighteenth at the nest inside the railing at the Tippy top of the campanile mother father in the checks are reported to be doing well we know this because any in Grinnell have been live streaming stars and for a bit of the Berkeley secondary mascot for the last several years since we got the webcams set up in the social media project kalank Lynn Schofield is one of the rafter exports guiding the project will have people from all over including like the Middle East.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Past that you are at the limit as you go over the Altamont pass it into Tracy in extravagant did at one fifty eight on the traffic leader Casey VS and your KCBS six day forecast you know it's a little chilly in the inland valleys a frost advisory today Thursday chance of a few isolated showers and then again tomorrow night another frost advisory for those inland valleys Friday partly cloudy and mild highs in the upper fifties to low sixties your weekends Saturday Sunday mostly cloudy chance of rain highs in the upper fifties and sixties and Monday warmer highs in the sixties and low seventies redwood city right now forty six in St repel forty five Concord forty five ended San Francisco it's forty six degrees traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS Debra Anderson is at the KCBS editor's desk even as factories ramp up production to meet the exploding need for protective medical gear nonprofits are responding to KCBS reporter Keith Menconi tells the tells us about one such nonprofit headquartered in Livermore it's a new charitable project building on top of an older one international service non profit one dollar for life helps create sewing workshops in Kenya and Nepal that employee low income women until recently those workshops had been making cotton sanitary pads for high school aged girls but now the new project when the corona virus pandemic hit.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"May tell you what sorry the Iowa caucus results are delayed we explain why when results finally did come in from precinct captains they were different from what the apples reporting all news all the time on KCBS CBS news time is eight fifty one it's Debra Anderson at the editor's desk I'm Curtis Kim San Francisco mayor Linda read wants to make it a lot easier to drive in the city by making it a lot more expensive to drive through it the mayor reportedly considering congestion pricing for certain parts of the city as well as in forcing meters on Sunday okay CBS news anchors Jeff ballot petty rising spoke with KCBS and chronicle insider Phil Mateer who who I'm sure had something to say both of these ideas have been floated before but they really never went anywhere what has changed or well okay I'm gonna tell you what's changed absolutely nothing except for the traffic it's gotten tougher and tougher not only in San Francisco but all around the bay area now I'm saying that as my opinion and the opinion of the surveys that have been taken traffic service but let me ask you enjoy up in all the years and all this to propose solutions that we've seen whether it be restricting the lanes or taking out parking has the commute in the downtown gotten any easier or lightened up in the way since since it started now but they're a lot more person left on the street there are and those people are moving around and they're picking up people and moving on because we're not getting out of our cars and when we do we just get into an uber or left so the amount of cars on the streets of San Francisco has not dropped we're not getting on the buses and the board in the numbers that the transit analysts want or the planners so you're comes the idea if you can't beat him at least try to get some money off of because they know that the we have the technology now you have it was fast track you have it with clipper card you have a whole different way that you can clock people's movement and you could set up a perimeter around downtown San Francisco including south of market the ball parks in the chase center and start charging for driving down there and they would be the equivalent of a toll road he would need state approval the good part of that is that most those people that are clogged in those streets are from out of town the commuters that are coming into work and leaving from work and they're cursing every moment that they're stuck in traffic the idea is that it might get some of those cars off the road to the other idea is going to bring in a lot of money and they're not voters in San Francisco so if they get angry about having to pay too bad on that let's let's talk about the distinction between that approach the congestion pricing if you will for using those those roads that the fees there and enforcing meters on Sundays I mean you could make the case in terms of those folks who are most impacted by the latter are are strictly tourist they're not even the commuters were coming in the city on a regular basis well actually Jeff in the two thousand thirteen mayor ed Lee went along with it muny planner suggestions and started charging on Sundays it lasted for about a year and it brought in about six million dollars but the interesting thing happened the money was from the seventy two dollar parking tickets for expired meters and the difference was that that was city wide and that was a lot of voters should shows people in the downtown insurance it was all over the city that people were screaming I won the biggest screamers were churches that said we're going to have people in the middle of the service going out to feed the meter cell he struck something different yeah right so what he did very briefly is he said also spell take take it off the table will stop it if the voters pass a five hundred million dollar bond to make traffic congestion and getting around easier he did it the voters passed it and now about seven years later we're back where we started and that's a key CBS insider and chronicles bill Mateer never the business news from Bloomberg it was a mostly lower day for stocks is coronavirus worries once again wait on the market the Dow Jones.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"All right thanks very much sure yeah it was a nice right in this afternoon and it'll be nice right out tonight we hope to mostly clear skies to start with and then we'll see some increasing clouds followed by some patchy fog after midnight look for lows in the forties and lower fifties left sunshine by tomorrow afternoon sixties Ellen fifties around the bay and then the weekend looks a little bit cooler with temperatures going from the sixties to the fifties just about everywhere by Sunday Monday and Tuesday sunshine mild temperatures again fifties to very low sixties and no rain in the forecast traffic and weather together on the eight son all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS case CBS news time nine fifty one Debra Anderson is at the editor's desk speaking of weather is your rain gear collecting dust at home this KCBS is Matt Bigler reports the bay area hasn't seen a drop of rain so far this month and not much is expected in the near future V. below average rainfall for this time of year means the bay area is back on the U. S. drought monitor map areas south of the Golden Gate are listed as abnormally dry the least severe category but a dry spell in the middle of the wet season actually isn't that unusual five or so times we have been below normal but we were only at this point of the year meteorologist Jen knoll with Golden Gate weather services says the good news is the state's reservoirs are in great shape in some cases over one hundred percent of normal what you get is a real deep water water troubles and I know we have to use the drought were yet but I I think it needs to be part of part of some of these discussions you really need to back to back years of of low rainfall soul optics are not good but that we've seen a lot worse this is the next chance of a shower could come over Valentine's day weekend Matt Bigler KCBS lawsuit that would block construction of a gondola to connect one valley in alpine meadows ski resorts in Tahoe has been dismissed KCBS Kerry who is sick tells us that means skiers will soon be able to travel between the base of the two resorts the over two mile long gone below operate eight passenger cabins that'll transport about fourteen hundred skiers the length of the ride will be about fifteen minutes KCBS in chronicle outdoors editor Tom Steenstrup it's going to create one of the most amazing ski areas in North America this list provides access to more than two hundred run seven train parks and thirty five the idea was first proposed in twenty fifteen but it received pushback from environmentalists environmentalists feared that this gone below would provide an impact to the wilderness and to the danger frog in the area.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hey I am FM traffic or pick up your phone the full force line four one five three nine one KCBS your necks updated one fifty eight on the travel yes six day forecast partly to mostly cloudy patchy valley fog in the early morning hours lows in the forties and fifties it's going to be a cloudy dry day the rain comes back into the forecast tomorrow late Saturday night most of the day Sunday lingering showers on Monday morning cloudy but dry Monday afternoon through mid day Tuesday that's when the next system moves in rain Tuesday afternoon that's Christmas Eve through Wednesday Christmas day traffic and weather together on the aids on all news when all six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one forty nine Debra Anderson is the KCBS editor's desk is your news watch continues well Christmas is just around the corner and many houses in the bay area are lit up to celebrate KCBS is Kerry who dissect reports on where you can find the best holiday light displays in your area your liver more Alan seven hours decorating the outside of his house with Christmas lights and games for kids and families to enjoy there's things like buttons to push and things to do snow to play at a phone on the porch to call Santa this is manages the site California Christmas lights dot com he's been doing it for the last twenty one years the database that allows you to find the best holiday like this place in your area you can put in the name of your city and it'll find references to like that might be in that area photos and write down which addresses you'd like to visit I look for.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One of one both directions you're looking at only the right lane open between willow road and with Paul because of some construction your next traffic update at two fifty eight of the traffic yes six day forecast patchy fog this early morning lows in the forties and low fifties across the bay area it's gonna be a mostly cloudy day little cooler than yesterday the cools day of the week actually he's said more seasonable temperatures sticking with us through tomorrow for your Friday that means sixties across the bay area and then things changed Saturday through the weekend and all the way into Tuesday mostly clear and sunny upper fifties to mid seventies at the coast low seventies around the bay mid seventies again inland traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS needs time to fifty Debra Anderson is at the KCBS editor's desk is your news watch continues eight inmates at San Quentin prison graduated last night from Quentin cooks a program that gives them skills they can use once they get out KCBS as bumbler reports our graduation ceremony consisted of cooking a gourmet meal for five dozen gas puts ten inmates to thirteen weeks of training we are mostly Bakersfield says the menu was revised steak winter or citrus solid squash and pumpkin cannoli for dessert is something no I'm not going to carry out and maybe make a career out of it that's something I decide to do once I get out of here so I have a family so they can help me help me and my children as well also when you get on get out about two months co founder Lisa Dembowski says it's like an internship there is important since being on time there's importance in saying on tax there's a points of cleaning up after ourselves and so you know not only those life skills are we learning learning like work at and dedication the boss he says fifty five inmates graduated before last night and none has returned to prison this forest at the end of the night each graduate was awarded a food handler's certificate but the Marin county health department at San Quentin.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Gonna bring an on shore flow as well as the potential for a fire risk that's all gonna be happening next week. we are the only station giving you all news one of the occupants of the vehicle that some flares stand that resulted in the van catching fire the band I completely destroyed according to the siege me all the time the fire has been extinguished fire crews are still on the scene right now all news all the time on the bay area's number one news station KCBS case CBS news time seven fifty one Debra Anderson is sap the editor's desk police in San Jose State University are still looking for suspects after someone fired gunshots near the university tonight officers responded to gun shots at San Fernando and fourth streets just before six thirty this evening bullets apparently flew toward the university library shattered an upper window they're sending glass under was student below there are no reported injuries and police are still trying to find suspects students and others are asked to stay out of the area this incident is not related to a teen found with a gun on the campus earlier in the day that person was arrested we have calls out to both San Jose city and university police and as we get more details we will pass them along to you. San Francisco's anti vaping campaign got a big boost from the American medical association today this KCBS reporter Holly Quan tells us it's rare for the national organization to get involved in local races it's been a David versus Goliath battle in San Francisco over prop see the jewel backed measure that opponents say would overturn last year's ban on flavor E. cigarettes doctor man.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In San Francisco and it's gonna stay sluggish most of the way across your next traffic updated seven fifty eight on the traffic leader KCVO time for the KCBS bay or for bay area forecast with KPIX five meteorologist Paul Deanna scattered showers this morning have moved out there's an isolated North Bay shower this afternoon and evening otherwise we are drying out and skies will clear out overnight tonight we're looking at overnight lows in the fifties highs tomorrow with sunshine still below average mainly the mid to upper seventies inland and mid to upper sixties near the bay and highs in the low to mid sixties at the coast we'll see a little bit a warming as we head toward Friday and Saturday getting back to the eighties widespread in London some seventies near the bay I will stay there but cool off a couple degrees on Sunday game a couple degrees early next week but stay pretty close to average with a good dose of sunshine I once we get finished with today plan on sunny afternoons and temperature slightly below or near average with a lot of eighties inland and seventies near the bay pleasant weather I mean your old all the and we finally giving you all news all the time breaking news out of the state capitol this war. your governor Gavin Newsom is scheduled to announce action on the team vaping issue find the bay area's number one news station on FM at one oh six nine KCBS. the CBS news time seven fifty one Debra Anderson is at the editor's desk tonight do you ever feel guilty about toss your coffee Cup in the garbage after getting your caffeine fix well is key CBS is Matt Bigler reports now you don't have to in Berkeley.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Offer instant thirty one nineteen really not too many trouble spots we still have this brush fire in Richmond westbound eighty near San Pablo Avenue it is the right lane that is blocked by emergency vehicles will they deal with it looks like a tree caught on fire as well as as some of the brush in the area but I'm not seeing too much of a delay just stayed here left in you should be okay conquered six eighty north bound between two forty two and highway for you do have the median barrier work it is going to be a little bit sluggish making your way to Concord Avenue but nothing that'll ruin your drive west bound ninety two in Haiti were before claw winter road we have a fatal crash that is blocking the two left lanes but so is the construction so everything is in the zone it was a car that ended up hitting a pedestrian it was not a worker at that are a construction worker as long as you stay you're right you should be okay getting through there just obviously it will be a little bit distracting and one one both directions along the peninsula between willow road and with a lavender you drop down to one lane because of construction your next traffic update at one fifty eight I'm trying a case a CVS six day forecast starts out with the sunny clear day to day sixties the seventies at the coast mid seventies around the bay low eighties inland mostly to partly cloudy tomorrow with the slight chance of showers going back in the forecast for the North Bay highs in the sixties and seventies and then switch it up again for Thursday and it stays that way through the weekend that means clear warmer weather sixties and seventies at the coast low seventies to mid eighties around the bay eighties to low nineties inland traffic and weather together on the aids on on news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS it is one fifty Debra Anderson is editing at this hour as your news watch continues well.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Two in Concord Avenue for multiple Caltrans projects but don't worry they take you over to two forty two north bound instead your next traffic update at one fifty eight on the traffic leader case yes six day forecast we have a heat advisory today that's how hot it's gonna be temperatures into the triple digits inland sticking with the eighties and nineties around the bay upper seventies low eighties at the coast things start cooling off tomorrow for your Saturday although still slightly above average Sunday further cooling looking at sixties of the co seventies around the bay at low eighties inland we really shake things up for your Monday though that's only have chance of showers across the bay area but clears out of the system Tuesday Wednesday clear skies again temperatures closer to normal traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one fifty Debra Anderson is at the KCBS editor's desk is your news watch continues the trump administration is preparing to ban Flav. E. cigarettes as federal health officials call for restrictions to fight an outbreak of a mysterious lung disease the second hundreds and killed at least six people KCBS is Kerry who dissect has more on what could be causing the vaping related illness Stanford researcher doctor Robert Jack lower tells KCBS it appears to be possibly a series of different diseases it's most related with vaping oil extracts of marijuana he says that could have serious health impacts for vapers it can lead to death terrible one with injury that can be long lasting or some of these illnesses completely recover and and these young folks are restored to normal breathing this is part of the reason why the FDA is now taking steps to crack down on flavored.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"From Vargas rode out to Calaveras but seeing some breaks in there telling me your speeds are improving your next traffic update at seven fifty eight on the traffic leader K. CVS CVS sixty forecast comes to us from KPIX five AM KCBS meteorologist Paul deanno we may see and now for unstable air to fire off an isolated thunderstorm or two especially in the North Bay mountains tomorrow afternoon problem is it's so dry down where we lived that any rain will evaporate before hitting the ground we had that last week without the thunderstorms we call it Verga but when you add in the lightning issue of that's when the fire concerned could be high lightning without rain is a problem so a small chance that our fire concerns make it elevated tomorrow by that chance of dry lightning it's gone by tomorrow night the theme for Thursday Friday and Saturday will be cooler weather a pretty thick marine layer pushing all the way inland afternoon sunshine and highs only in the seventies and eighties and one sixties and seventies near the bay running below average through Saturday warming up a bit by next Sunday next Monday so that small chance of dry lightning tomorrow it's their right around this time tomorrow I'm meteorologist Paul the you know the KPIX five KCBS forecast traffic and weather together on the eight total news one of six nine AM seven forty. KCBS why wait for the news that matters to you. KCBS radio play KCBS radio stream the bay area's most trusted news station on your smart speaker all news all the time on the bay area's number one news station KCBS KCBS news time seven fifty one Debra Anderson is editing at this hour well part is working to rouse pesky pigeons from the ceiling of the Powell street station as KCBS is not big the reports the birds are slowing some minor construction work hard can't seal.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Fifty Debra Anderson is the editor and S. U. V. assigned to San Francisco's mayor was involved in a hit and run accident police say the S. U. V. was parked when it was hit by another car at around eleven thirty Tuesday morning at post and you can and streets valley brown who is acting mayor while London breed is out of town was using the car but wasn't inside at the time the car sustained minor damage but no one was injured the suspect drove a black car east on post right away from the scene and remains at large well after showing considerable growth in the last several years cannabis stocks have been hit hard in twenty nineteen AS KCBS is Margie Shafer reports one analyst warns in this booming industry there will be winners and losers less thirty largest market cap cannabis stocks over the past three months or down by a third a major selloff by any measure equity analyst for am J. B. is dailies investor intelligence Craig Banky points to three factors for loss in value so you combine the incredibly high valuations with no wrongdoing allegations that several of the larger market cap companies in the industry you combine that with the fact that they're not profitable yet you can see why the stocks that traded down on average about thirty percent recently still bank he believes investment by larger consumer goods companies in the cannabis industry bode well for the industry but he notes there will be winners and losers you simply have to do your bottom up fundamental work on each company and assess their market opportunity judge the quality of their management team and then look at how they're actually executing another issue for Canadian cannabis stocks has been persistent supply concerns Margie Shafer KCBS the federal government is moving forward with a plan to bring together some of the nation's top medical researchers with advanced artificial intelligence technologies and is KCBS is keep Menconi reports many of those researchers are right here in the bay area UC San Francisco professor of neurosurgery Dr Geoffrey Manley has been getting a cyst on his research into dramatic brain injuries from some of the national laboratories in the bay area laboratory that have access to cutting edge supercomputers I have a great deal of hope in the promise of a high and high performance computing to really allow us to compute and to do the kinds of complicated things that we need to do to understand this complicated problem and other medical researchers have high hopes for the A. I. as well that's why the department of energy announced a partnership earlier this week that will in to promote medical research like Manley's my connecting researchers to the super charged computing power that can only be found in the nation's top national laboratories Manley says of the announcement what a watershed moment that started to crystallize this notion that we were going to work on this together and soon learned what a I can do for doctors in the Silicon Valley bureau keep Menconi KCBS an update of sorts on a story we told you about yesterday word that the TSA was banning the special coca Cola bottle shape to look like thermal detonators that are sold at Disneyland the TSA has sent KNX our sister station the statement saying that is not quite true the statement says the agency is still reviewing the issue but officers do have discretion to prohibit anything that looks like it could pose a security threat the Manhattan Beach man is facing federal charges for an alleged movie investment scam that cause victims fourteen million dollars we get that story for murder Carrero with radio dot com news station KNX in Los Angeles prosecutors say Adam Joyner who operated a company called dark planet pictures duped foreign investors into believing he had a film project set to be distributed by Netflix and later Amblin grease distribution agreement for bogus because he apparently completely fabricated them including forging the signatures of executives at Netflix and Amblin tommorow Jack is a spokesperson for the US attorney's office use a great deal of the money about five million dollars to purchase a house in Manhattan Beach another four million dollars or so were put into a bank account supposedly related to another felt he says they are taking steps to have joined our turn the property over to the government joiner has been charged with wire fraud money laundering and aggravated identity theft that is Margaret Carrero at KNX radio in Los Angeles on for many laughs this is a blue bird market a new report on.

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"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"debra anderson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's for real now they're working both directions very slow on the upper deck in the lower deck to the high rise should next traffic updated eight fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS sixty forecast comes to us from KPIX five in KCBS meteorologist Brian Hackney after a cooler day today things level out tomorrow Concord will hit eighty two degrees in the South Bay for Friday Senna's a eighty three Oakland seventy one Vallejo tomorrow windy and seventy five yeah you got to Fairfield it'll be eighty four in fact up and you Kyra for Friday it'll be ninety one but the weather we had today is pretty much what we will have tomorrow the usual low clouds along the shoreline overnight lows will be in the fifties into the weekend did and then we'll slowly warming up when we get to Tuesday and Wednesday next week KPIX five I'm Brian Hackney again whether together on the aids on all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS will your child be ready for kindergarten at Chester brook academy preschool the answer is yes our curriculum offers the perfect balance of learning and play our teachers personalized experience for each child through engaging activities that develop the skills they need to be ready for what comes next attended Chester brook academy open house on Saturday August third from ten AM to one PM to find a preschool near you click the banner for visit Chester brook academy dot com that's Chester brook academy dot com KCBS these time eight fifty Debra Anderson is at the KCBS editor's desk is your news watch continues usually at this time we would replay our afternoon segment with KCBS and chronicle insider Phil Mateer but fell is away and will return next.

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