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03:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Passes. San Francisco Anchorage out to one, a one your next traffic update at six thirty eight on the traffic leader. And the KCBS bay area forecast. Cloudy skies tonight to light breezes. We do have a slight chance of rain tomorrow. Those clouds will stick around for the Memorial Day holiday, but it is expected to be dry tomorrow with high temperatures in the loose sixties to loose seventies. And then Tuesday things will start to get a little bit better on the weather front, warmer, and then morning clouds on Tuesday, burning back to the coaster in the day, high temperatures mostly in the mid to upper sixties around the bay upper seventies inland, traffic, and weather together, on the, it's on all news, one six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations, with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea, a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage, the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point three seven five. Percents APR four point six five percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com rates subject to change fifty point three percents. This this call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty. News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock on news, one, oh, six nine and AM, seven forty KCBS. It is Sunday may twenty six two thousand nineteen coming up on KCBS shooting in San Francisco's Dolores park gentleman with a look at proposals to rein in charter schools in California, and a powerful tornado was killed at least two people and injured more than two dozen after ripping through El Reno Oklahoma, tearing apart homes and flipping vehicles. Good evening, I'm Jennifer Hodges CBS news is coming up next KCBS news time six thirty one. Sheba's news updates nationwide. Patchwork of weather extremes for your Memorial Day. We are looking at a severe weather threat that stretches from Nebraska, all the way through Chicago. I think it's actually the one day that parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas that have been seeing so much. Reign of late. Get a full day of a break of precipitation, CBS meteorologist, David Parkinson, El Reno Oklahoma was in the bulls eye of an e f three tornado leave yesterday, mayor MAC, white says story, hotel level story is just absolutely. I don't even know how survive and then the mobile home parks. There's eighty eight. Oklahoma parks and fifteen sixteen were absolutely level off decimated. More than two dozen people injured in the town west of Oklahoma City residents along the Arkansas river now around Fort Smith. Bracing for what forecasters say could be the worst flooding ever CBS news update. I'm Gary Nunn. KCBS news time six thirty two is our Newswatch continues. San Francisco police are investigating a shooting Dolores park earlier this afternoon. Police responded to reports of gunshots at the park around five PM when they arrived on the scene. They found an adult male victim. Suffering from gunshot wounds. He was transported to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. San Francisco police could not immediately confirm the extent of any injuries or whether or not the shooter is in custody. There had been increased police presence in the neighborhood, because of the carnival prayed, that had wrapped up earlier this afternoon, a UC Santa Cruz.

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"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One of the millions of americans who are affected by unwanted pop ups spine it's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs some inland areas could reach one hundred degrees today but today it will be the peak of the heat good morning i'm john bristow and here's what's happening thousands of marchers converging dolores park in san francisco at this hour for one of the hundreds of protests around the country in support of immigration rights taking place and kcbs general lane joins us live from the park with more agenda i've actually been following the marchers now down market street i they made their way down to laura then took the red big right turn on market and they are still coming bad news for the drivers that are trying to get across market street today about a lot of the honks that you hear are in solidarity people holding up their best than giving thumbs up signs and continuing to honk in support of these marchers as they go by they are here many of them carrying signs saying they want to abolish ice others say simply keeping families together is what they want to see out of american immigration policy they're on their way to rally at san francisco city hall will bring you continuing coverage as this march continue reporting live in san francisco general lane kcbs thank you jenny obviously there is a traffic impact on let's find out from kcbs as mike tracy and jenna just mentioned the the march right now going down market street which has a huge impact on the central freeway of course northbound which has to cross market street to get on tv to get the fell street so that is backed up traffic on one on one throughout san francisco in addition to that guerrero and dolores are still jammed again the rally is supposed to take place from eleven to one so once they get to the civic center traffic should begin to approve around market street all right sir we'll talk to you in just a minute or so with the rest of the traffic seen elsewhere fire crews still at the scene of a concord brushfire that forced dozens of people out of their homes last night robert marshall with the contra costa county fire protection district says they know what caused this fire this one was accidental we believe it to be a vehicle that was backfiring i was going up ignatio valley road we had a lot of witnesses that saw it happen the evacuation order for the montecito and crystal ranch subdivision concord was lifted last night that fire began around three forty five yesterday afternoon grew to more than two hundred fifty acres before finally.

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KCBS All News

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To take part in demonstrations around the bay area today in support of illegal immigrant kids separated from their parents of the us mexico border there'll be a march in san francisco from dolores park to civic center and a rally outside city hall in san jose they're more than seven hundred rallies planned all around the country you just heard about a few of them including demonstrations in the palo alto san mateo and conquered federal officials say more than two thousand kids have been taken from the parents under president trump's zero tolerance policy towards illegal immigration well we're learning more about the suspect in a cold case murder who killed himself win santa clara county sheriff's deputies showed up at his san jose apartment earlier this week to arrest him a cbs's mike colgan has the update steve crawford was the prime suspect in the murder of nineteen year old all is perry at stanford university memorial church fortythree years ago crawford who worked at the church is a security guard shot himself in the head as deputies edit is studio apartment sheriff laurie smith said they did find him interesting stuff and his unit in a box in a closet with some other important papers was a copy of a book called the ultimate evil and that looks like it talks about serial killers and why was there without that was unusual deputies also discovered an old suicide note it was rambling it was very short appear to be very hastily written it was dated in two thousand sixteen which is about the date that our detectives talk to him and i think this is the first time he'd been talked to for many years sheriff smith said the motive for the murder will likely never be discovered in san jose by colgan kcbs the alameda county board of supervisors approving a three billion dollar budget for fiscal year two thousand eighteen nineteen kcbs bob butler reports the spending plan passed over objections from community activists who opposed more money for one particular department speaker after speaker criticize the sheriff's department my undergraduate degree is in accounting and i can't understand why sheriff eight hundred budget has doubled over the last ten years well jail population has decreased by forty four percent during that same period burton called for the board to change its priorities based on reducing the unconscionable surest budget in general that would free funds to support our most vulnerable residents and raining in the abuse will also bring our sheriff's department in line with alameda county's mediterranean values board president woman chaired admits that's not exactly what the public wanted the public protection committee is going to be discussing the proposal for an idaho so that will come up there they didn't come to speak when the sheriff was here on tuesday so and so they're really asking for an audit where she says could be coming soon in oakland but butler kcbs kcbs news time eight thirty five a better way to disagree this is dave ross on the cbs news radio network this whole shaming thing seems to have taken off sarah sanders was refused service at a restaurant last week led off the white house briefing with an appeal for civility we are allowed to disagree but we should be able to do so freely without fear of harm i wish we could look to the supreme court for guidance but they can't even decide whether bakers have to sell cake to a nonpolitical gay couple however maybe we could look to the president for inspiration suppose that businesses who find themselves faced with customers they disagree with instead of shaming them simply impose a tariff and these would not be mean tariffs these will be friendly tariffs like the ones we're imposing on canadian stealing german cars for example i could see where an antitrump business like that restaurant in virginia that didn't serve sarah sanders would apologize invite her back and then simply add a twenty percent tariff which could go to an immigrant rights organization in the same way a protrump business which shamefully serve a customer with a man bun and would refrain from mocking him or calling him a snowflake but instead would quietly impose a man bun tariff of twenty percent maybe twenty five percent depending on the size of the bump which could go toward developing even better make america great again hats with man bun openings of course dave ross on.

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KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Warning mad police say it would take three million dollars to get tasers in all ten police district's two million this year one more next but supervisors at a budget committee meeting suggested it could actually cost more than double that and that the department was under estimating costs so they denied the funding supervisor sandra fewer they hope to deploy every single police officer with a taser and but yet only about nine hundred of them have been trained so far so take a while to ramp up so that's why i am suggesting that maybe this isn't the first year we do it for the second year after they can come back to us also with the actual costs now this comes after a decade of lobbying the san francisco police commission for permission to use tasers some community members argued the tasers are sometimes lethal and use more often the guns the commission gave approval to the tasers late last year live in san francisco holly kwan kcbs hot weather and pride festivities drew huge crowds to san francisco over the weekend and that meant tons of garbage in and around dolores park in the mission sf gate is reporting that many neighbors said the crowds were the biggest they've ever seen particularly during saturday's dyke march many people were seeing drinking and on muny tracks in the area somewhere even urinating in public work crews from san francisco reckon park and revolutionary green solutions a local waste management company hired by the dyke march tackle the clean up the trash issue at dolores park has heightened in recent years after renovations were completed on the park.

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"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The twenty sixth annual dyke march starting from dolores park it was so packed you could barely see any of the grass save any because we're awesome women that we're proud of being women and supporting other women that need support right now the march went down to marketing castro street then back to dolores park where the party rolled on to me just the most beautiful spirit like exalting experience of like women and our strength and what we bring for each other and how important we are there's a ton of people out here and dolores park it usually pretty busy but it's been this is the busiest i've seen in a while and that's kpi x five katie nielsen reporting well today's parade celebrates gay pride but kcbs is keith men coney reports that some are warning gentrification is pushing out residents of san francisco's most famous gay neighborhood since the nineteen seventies san francisco's castro district has served as a safe haven for lgbtq people to live their lives really but g l bt historical society executive director terry beswick says the rising cost of living in the city is becoming too much for many longtime residents and businesses we've got a lot of gay flags up we put some gay crosswalk out in the castro but i'm i'm i'm concerned that the people residents are being forced out even in this age of relative tolerance many young lgbtq people around the us still suffer from discrimination and they go to places like san francisco to try to find safety and security and the problem is right now they can't afford.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Ten well san francisco's forty eighth annual pride parade gets underway at ten thirty this morning an estimated one million people expected to take part in the festivities kpi x five's katie nielsen was on hand for one of the big warm up events in the city last night thousands of people flooded the streets for the twenty sixth annual dyke march starting from dolores park it was so packed you could barely see any of the grass any because we're awesome women that we're proud of being women and supporting other women that need support right now the march went down to marketing castro street then back to dolores park where the party rolled on to me just the most beautiful spirit like exalting experience of like women and our strength and what we bring each other and how important we are there's a ton of people out here and dolores park it usually pretty busy but it's been this is the busiest i've seen in a while that report from kpi expires katie nielsen meanwhile while people from around the world are in san francisco this weekend to celebrate lgbtq culture kcbs coney reports the city's own gay community is under increasing pressure from rising rents by the nineteen seventies the castro district had already become known as the gay neighborhood according to gop historical society executive director terry beswick it was around that time that lgbtq people throughout the us began to move in large numbers to san francisco was seen as a place where people could really be safe express their gender or sexual identity without fear of persecution but today the rising cost of living is pushing out both gay residents and gay businesses beswick says many young lgbtq people living around the country would like to move to san francisco but they simply can't afford to so they have to find places in the suburbs of their own communities where they can form on.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"San francisco is forty eighth annual pride parade gets underway later this morning an estimated one million people expected to take part in the festivities kpi katy nelson was on hand for one of the big warm up events in the city last night thousands of people flooded the streets for the twenty sixth annual dyke march starting from dolores park it was so packed you could barely see any of the grass if any because we're awesome women that we're proud of being women and supporting other women that needs support right now the march went down to marketing castro street then back to dolores park where the party rolled on to me just the most beautiful spirit like exalting experience of like women and our strength and what we bring for each other and how important we are there's a ton of people out here and dolores park it usually pretty busy but it's been this is the busiest i've seen in a while report from kpi x five's katy nelson nielsen well today's parade celebrates gay pride and civil rights within the gay community but kcbs is keith makoni reports that many people are warning the gentrification is pushing out the residents of san francisco's most famous gay neighborhood since the nineteen seventies san francisco's castro district has served as a safe haven for lgbtq people to live their lives really but g l bt historical society executive director terry beswick says the rising cost of living in the city is becoming too much for many longtime residents and businesses we've got a lot of gave flags up we put some gay crosswalks out in the castro but i'm i'm i'm concerned that the people the residents are being forced out says even in this age of relative tolerance many young lgbtq people around the us still suffer from discrimination and they go to places like san francisco to try to find safety and security and the problem is right now they can't afford.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In cupertino south two eighty at de anza an accident now being cleared from the center divide it slow from eighty five tomorrow's going to be a pretty bad in san francisco we have the transgender march the trans march sorry tomorrow night at six o'clock it goes from dolores park down dolores down market to turkey and taylor again that's going to be getting underway at six o'clock even with everything opening night we have a lot of congestion we also have the padres he's here tonight and tomorrow so a lot of extra congestion around the ballpark they're popular team a lot of people like to go to see your next update six forty eight on the traffic leader kcbs heat wave sunny and warm to hot tomorrow highs pope some of those highs were going to be seeing tomorrow because they are newsworthy we don't see temperatures like this too often so in the east bay especially really going to be hot so we're looking at cocker what do you got for cocker tomorrow hundred one i see on my set and then santa rosa ninety one it'll be up to ninety seven in nap if you're heading up here to the wine country patty is reading your mail so we're going to i don't have keep going on this ninety in san jose seventyone for san francisco oakland up to seventy nine but again conquered one oh one tomorrow so that's the story upper nineties to low one hundred inland tomorrow through sunday saturday we'll be the hottest day and we do have some advisories from the national weather service spare the air days tomorrow and saturday excessive heat watch saturday for the bay area except san francisco and the coast traffic and weather together on the h and all news one of six nine am seven forty kcbs i apologize you weren't reading your mail you have whether with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the bathroom we are give your kids champalimaud mohawks the bonus we'll turn.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

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"The bay area's news station kcbs we should be sunny today not quite as warm as yesterday we'll still see some highs in the upper eighties and low nineties good morning in san francisco i'm susan lee taylor and good morning i'm matt bigler in san jose what's happening it took the warriors seven games but golden state did it beating the houston rockets to advance to the nba championship against the cleveland cavaliers kcbs has curtis kim joined thirteen thousand fans at oracle rena last night for the watch party you couldn't have written a more dramatic script the warriors and ragas battle the full seven games before golden state defeated houston to win the western conference finals i think it was a great win by the warriors the rock is they really miss that the warriors i mean they they stuck with it in my opinion it's all about coaching what it all comes down to it at the very end of the game coaching can appreciate a player when he's on his game lebron something else as well but laser just different breed play like a team the final score warriors won the rockets ninety two four straight years of cavs warriors it's going to happen oh yes the name lebron james him but i'm sure we can beat them again the warriors will now face the cleveland cavaliers and lebron james for the nba championship that series stocks on thursday at the oracle arena curtis kim kcbs residents and business owners around san francisco's dolores park neighborhood say a stabbing on sunday night is just the latest in a series of violent crimes over the last year kcbs jeffrey show reports a large green space and play area that sits at the neighborhood's core has attracted drugs and there have been several assaults dolores park is a massive green open space in the heart of a neighborhood that bears its name full of light especially on warm memorial day the line to buy ice cream was a half block long but there was a stabbing of the park sunday night and that has some residents concern this is john that's really unfortunate it's a very busy place i feel like that's happening more and more often it's not the only stabbing violence i've heard in the neighborhood young the.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"The review as unreliable we says fake reviews can be traced to internet trolls and in some cases your own competitors larry sharoni kcbs four men were arrested in connection with a stabbing in san francisco sunday night officers responded to dolores park in the mission around seven twenty i witnesses said a fight broke out in a man was stabbed police say he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive residents near san francisco's dolores park say they are increasingly concerned about an up uptick in violent crime in and around the park we get more on that from kcbs jeffrey schaub it was a gorgeous day and dolores park boreal day people lounging eating lunch playing music but the night before four men were arrested for stabbing another man that's a part that overlooks the part i've noticed more actual assaults police are physical altercations that have been part of the past couple years his girlfriend area upstairs neighbor wasn't physical altercation with people could come off the park which is weird he's like a really friendly big guy i don't know anyone who get him to fight with him in mid bay a pit bull attacked another dog injuring several people trying to separate the two animals john part of our lives across from the park even just a few weeks ago i called nine one one over a fight that was breaking out and at least we're very responsive san francisco police have stepped up controls there's also talk in the neighborhood of installing security cameras at the.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Four men have been arrested in connection with a stabbing at san francisco's dolores park last night that's in a mandate a hospital officers responded to the park at seven twenty and reports of a fight and found a man with stab wounds police say the man was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive the names of the suspects who arrested have not been released by police today's the day this is the last day for those living in dozens of trailers parked at the berkeley marina declare out or face getting their vehicle's towed by the city kcbs jeffrey schaub reports in campaign has been a thorn in the side of the city leaders who intend to convert the space into a marina parking lot among the dozens of people who had lived in trailers and arvizu this gravel dirt lot along marina boulevard was jessica product i'm a graduate student journalism school and i just graduated two weeks ago jessica is one of many homeless college students in the bay area so i mean the kemper about a year last summer i started when i started grad school can i jump into living like a band just because kind of expensive the campaign is over a year old and for many the only affordable way they can live anxious just to see what's going to happen because no one is really talking but berkeley police department lieutenant kevin scofield says the area will be converted into a marina parking lot tons of resources we wanna work to offer resources to those we can and those will accept it the omega zala lives in a broken down rv with her fiveyearold son berkeley's services consists of nothing at all.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We all score score it's advert cisco jeffrey schaub kcbs socalled compassionate pot distributors are getting squeezed out by new taxes in california but it's kcbs scotla terry reports one local lawmaker is hoping to change that small farmers boutique pot suppliers and now small businesses are not prophets that giveaway marijuana and medical patients implement legalization we have to make sure that we're not killing off the great things about cannabis culture a number of socalled compassionate distributors charities like the sweet leaf collective in san francisco or going out of business because of prohibitive taxes that have been implemented since the legalization of recreational pot senator scott wieners bill sb eight twenty nine would relax those taxes whether you are approximate or nonprofit you get this kind of license in addition to whatever other license you have and then you're able to giveaway cannabis has medicine to low income people and not pay cultivation or excise taxes on it the bill was introduced on the senate floor this past week scotla teary kcbs police in san francisco are investigating after a man was stabbed at dolores park sunday evening police say officers responded to a report of a fight just before seven thirty when they arrived they found a man with stab wounds he was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries police have detained several people but have not yet made an arrest kcbs news time is four thirteen coming up on kcbs i'm doug sovereign with a campaign.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On highway one oh one every weekday could be seeing some improvements soon enough kcbs jennifer hodges says express lanes and flyover ramps are in the works the california transportation commission has approved two point six billion dollars in funding for projects statewide three hundred and fifty one million dollars of that geared towards highway one a one there's just a handful of major thoroughfares that are gateways into the bay area and one of them clearly is highway one on one randy rensselaer is with the metropolitan transportation commission express lanes will be added on one one from two thirty seven to three eighty near the san francisco airport it couldn't come soon enough for motorists regardless of where on the stretch you travel and a lot of trouble is like maybe people are trying to not go to san francisco and past that and a lot of people are in their clothes freeways that a lot of people really don't want to be on there's no head chubby lane so the trash dad also especially ramp that up ninety two exits it's really bad the express lane work is expected to be designed this summer and completed in the summer of twenty twenty one in the silicon valley jennifer hodges kcbs no one was injured this afternoon when a tree branch fell on top of a car near san francisco's dolores park at about two fifteen sf gate reporting it happened in the eighteenth street and delors right across from mission high school massive branch of the tree split into falling onto and damaging part car san francisco police say again no one was injured and that the branch probably fell due to a combination of old agents strong winds crime stoppers is offering a cash reward of thirty thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest in the shooting deaths of young.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Theft and money laundering a lawyer for mugshots dot com is quoted in the sacramento bee is saying that all of the pictures are public documents but he couldn't be reached for comment on the extortion charges it's taking advantage of people who are tried to put their best foot forward and build a life for themselves and their families making gold speak kcbs police in san francisco are asking the public for help and finding the owner of two pit bulls they say walked away after the dog bit for people and attacked a smaller dog and dolores park happened the parks off leash area late sunday morning the pits owner apparently leashed dogs after the attack left the scene without providing any information regarding his dogs vaccination records mary mundy who owns a pit named violet told kpi x five she never unleashes her dog of the park even in the designated off leash area when she gets in a park like this she just takes off and runs a like a like a gazelle and that makes me very nervous because this area isn't fenced in review for people who are bitten had to be rushed to hospitals all forbidden in the hands when they tried to separate the dogs jason brooks now he's at the kcbs super intel micro money desk jason hey rebecca stock market right now pretty flat as the dow is lower by twenty six points at twenty four thousand seven hundred forty two nasdaq down four at seventy three ninety three s a p up a point at twenty seven twenty three wells fargo's problems continue to sprout up the wall street journal reports at the san francisco based bank is investigating its business banking unit for allegations that some employees made improper document changes for corporate customers without customer consent the information covers things like social security numbers to birthdates of people associated with those clients the journal says an internal investigation by wells fargo determined it was not an isolated incident and that the probe continues it also happens after a long list of regulatory gaffes by the bank including big fines.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And little says this special counsel hardly drags his feet i know bob mueller hughes he's telling his people every day we need to keep moving we need to get this thing done we need to wrap this up let's write down the ten things we need to do to finish it off i mean that's that's what he's doing and he doesn't waste his time little says the case probably is nearing its conclusion and president trump could hasten matt with a little cooperation what they wanna do our interview the president at you would not take the step of interviewing the president unless you felt that you had already satisfied lots of other paths that you might take any investigation muller has already seen all these not likely to buck justice department protocol and seek to indict president trump but he may well have other indictments in the offing and if he believes the evidence supports impeachment for collusion obstruction or financial crimes he could report that to congress to consider doug sovereign kcbs mugshots dot com is a website that post booking photos from around the country kcbs has megan goals be reports its creators are facing criminal charges from california's top law enforcement official attorney general heavier sarah says the site draws from local law enforcement sites to get the mugshots themselves and then charges anyone who wants their picture remove mugshots dot com does is simple and sheer exploitation no other way to put it plain and simple cyber exploitation and he says they're ruining lives she said that her booking photo on mugshots dot com has not only cost her a job but has hurt her daughter andy says it costs hundreds of dollars to get that picture removed even if you were exonerated of the crime a lawyer for mugshots dot com is quoted in the sacramento bee is saying that all of the pictures are public documents but he couldn't be reached for comment on the extortion charge behavior alleged here was an attempt to profit off of humiliation megan gold speak kcbs there was a pit bull attack in san francisco on sunday four people into small dog were bitten by two pit bulls just before noon it happened dolores park in the mission the.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And little says this special counsel hardly drags his feet i know bob mueller he's he's telling his people every day we need to keep moving we need to get this thing done we need to wrap this up let's write down the ten things we need to do to finish it off i mean that's that's what he's doing and he doesn't waste time little says the case probably is nearing its conclusion and president trump could hasten that with a little cooperation what they wanna do our interview the president you would not take the step of interviewing the president unless you felt that you had already satisfied lots of other paths that you might take in the investigation muller has already signaled he's not likely to buck justice department protocol and seek to indict president trump but he may well have other indictments in the offing and if he believes the evidence supports impeachment for collusion obstruction or financial crimes he could report that to congress to consider doug sovereign kcbs mugshots dot com is a website that posts booking photos from around the country kcbs has megan goals be reports its creators are facing criminal charges from the california attorney general attorney general heavier thera says the site draws from local law enforcement sites to get the mugshots themselves and then charges anyone who wants their picture remove mugshots dot com does is simple and sheer exploitation no other way to put it plain and simple cyber exploitation and he says they're ruining lives she said that her booking photo mugshots dot com has not only cost her a job but has hurt her daughter andy says it costs hundreds of dollars to get that picture removed even if you were exonerated of the crime a lawyer for mugshots dot com is quoted in the sacramento bee is saying that all of the pictures are public documents but he couldn't be reached for comment on the extortion charge it behavior alleged here was an attempt to profit off of humiliation megan gold speak kcbs there was a pit bull attack sunday in san francisco four people into small dog were bitten by two pit bulls just before noon at dolores park in the mission the attack was broken up in the owner of the dogs got them under control and leashed and then quickly left the.

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"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dolores park" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The santa clara's system for city council elections is unfair we get more from kcbs reporter mike colgan the present citywide election system no asians have ever been able to get elected in santa clara even though they make up forty percent of the population based on the evidence presented at trial the judge found that there was racially polarized voting richard cantu with the asian law lie it's one of the groups that file suit what it means is that the asian community when they have a candidate that they favor they're blocked by the majority voters in kennedy so what it means is for example if the asian american community favors and asian candidate in election that candidate can't get elected has not been elected condescend electing the council by district would level the feel the city feels the prison system is not discriminatory and we'll be filing its objections by may thirtieth in the silicon valley bureau by colgan kcbs we're learning of a good ball attack at san francisco's dolores park last weekend it happened sunday afternoon just before noon police say four people in a small dog forbidden by two pit bulls police said the three dogs were in the designated off leash area in the park when the two pit bulls one brown one gray attacked a lhasa apso named bloom bloom was left with puncture wounds to her back looms owners and other family members tried to break up the dogs and for them had their hands bitten in the process three of the by victims were taken to a hospital for treatment bloom was taken to a veterinarian the pit bulls were quickly put on leashes by a man who left the scene without providing any personal information the man was last seen on nowy street but a search of the area failed to locate him or the dogs anyone with information is asked to call the san francisco police department.

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