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2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 3 d ago

2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

"Focus is bringing this deadly pandemic under control in California. Doug Sovereign, KCBS several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo of tested positive for covert, which has prompted a state investigation. KCBS is Matt Boone spoke to an animal biologist about how the disease infects animals. The troop of eight gorillas live at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. According to the zoo. Two of the guerrillas started coughing, which prompted them to test fecal matter in their enclosure. Which came back positive. The state is now investigating how they got the virus. Governor Gavin Newsom currently confirming the source of the infection in the strain. There is some question that it come human animal that's being determined. The cases were not surprising to Kristen Gilardi with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and the executive director of Gorilla Doctors. We have been operating on the assumption that great apes, gorillas, chimpanzees, ringtones. Are as susceptible to the virus is people those so far, she says. There are no known cases of wild gorillas catching the virus. According to the USDA. There have been at least 119 documented cases of animals with covert 19 in the U. S,

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Congress confirms Biden win after day of violence

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:43 min | Last week

Congress confirms Biden win after day of violence

"Is now Taliban Electoral College. Count him confirmed that Joe Biden and Kamila Harris will be the next president, vice president. The United States. This, of course, after violent Trump supporters attempted authority account within a insurrection on Capitol Hill, KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign with more Bay Area Congresswoman Jackie Spear was barricaded inside the House chamber when the Trump mom invaded the building, and one of the rioters was shot to death, apparently by police lying on the floor and heard that gunshot representative Spear, who was shot five times during the Jonestown massacre, tells KCBS she feared Worst, and she says there is one person to blame for this terrifying assault on the seat of American democracy was a crowd of people that was incited by the president for a specific reason. And you know, it should be very clear to us that he should be criminally charged for inciting violence. Even House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield told CBS News. He's appalled by what happened. Everybody in this station has got to take a deep breath and understand we're all Americans. We can disagree, but we do not do. This thing is not who we are that Spear says. This is who Trump and his supporters are and he's got to go before January. 20th not prepared to continue to be present for the next two weeks down so much suggested. Maybe we should Um, impeach him? Well, impeachment won't happen fast enough, Which is why she's calling for vice president Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and replace President Trump something at least some Cabinet secretaries have told us they are actively discussing and considering

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Alex Padilla to replace Kamala Harris in Senate, becoming California's first Latino senator

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Alex Padilla to replace Kamala Harris in Senate, becoming California's first Latino senator

"Governor Gavin Newsom chose Secretary of State Alex Padilla today to succeed Kamila Harris in the U. S. Senate. KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign, says Padilla becomes California's first Latino senator. He was always considered the front runner. Now Secretary of State Alex Padilla will be. The senator offered the position by Governor Newsome, who tweeted out a recording of their video call with the two men reminiscing about their late mother's You Imagine what they Mom would be thinking now, as I ask if you want to be the next U. S center of the United States. The great state of California. Sheriff. This is the official Says they asked brother. Uh, I'm bothered man and the mumbles and emotional Padilla, with his three young boys heard playing in the background broke down in tears as he talked about all the pancakes his dad flipped and all the homes his mom clean to provide for him and his siblings. But Dia is 47, the first Latino to represent California in the U. S senate. He will be the first man in the first person not from the Bay Area to hold a golden State Senate seat since 1992. He's already formed a campaign committee to run for a full term in 2022. Latino groups are applauding this choice. But there's disappointment among African American groups, especially those who felt the only black woman in the Senate should be replaced by another one. Doug Sovereign KCBS.

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Stimulus bill passed: checks of $600 are coming

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Stimulus bill passed: checks of $600 are coming

"Covert 19 stimulus bill passed by Congress doesn't contain nearly enough relief for Californians to whether the pandemic, according to many state officials and academic experts, we get more from KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign for those who will get it. A $600 check is nice and $300 extra in the weekly unemployment payment will help too. But it's not even close to what people need after being battered for months by the economic impact of the pandemic. Can you believe it? Van? Nothing at all, but it is not going to be enough. The economy is going to continue her bean until the summer on. We are going to need a strong plans to stop in January to put people back to work State Long Beach associate professor of finance Dr Laura Gonzales, Alana says the stimulus package does not take into consideration the higher cost of living in California. Giving people here the same amount of somebody in Mississippi or Oklahoma. On our show, the state of California. She also said it doesn't address Miria at other aspects of the pandemic that need attention, especially even greater support for small business. Too many small business owners, she said, Don't know when they qualify for more assistance and don't know how to apply to get it. She expects deeper structural reforms in a broader package of relief after Joe Biden takes office as president.

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California records half a million virus cases in 2 weeks, could have nearly 100,000 hospitalizations in January

KCBS 24 Hour News

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

California records half a million virus cases in 2 weeks, could have nearly 100,000 hospitalizations in January

"Has recorded half a million Corona virus cases in the last two weeks and could have nearly 100,000 hospitalizations in the next month. Governor. Newsome acknowledged today that a state projection model shows hospitalizations in that range and that he's likely to extend his stay at home order for much of the state. Dr. Mark Galley, California's secretary of health and human services. Says the state fears some hospitals will exceed even their existing surge capacity. Newsome gave today's briefing from his home as he quarantined yesterday for the second time in two months after a staff member tested positive for the virus. With a half million covered 19 cases recorded in California in the last two weeks and the potential for nearly 100,000 hospitalizations in the next month. The governor warned today that the three week long stay at home order is probably going to last seven weeks or more. KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign says. Governor Newsome delivered his latest coronavirus update from his home where he's back in quarantine. The current stay at home order is supposed to expire next week in Southern California in the San Joaquin Valley, New Year's Day in the Sacramento region and January 8th in the Bay Area. But Governor Newsome says with more and more people still getting sick from the spreading virus. Don't expect the restrictions to be lifted that soon. It's very likely based on those contracts that will need to extend That stay at home or you'll recall was a three week order when we announced it a few weeks back, just previewing the likelihood of those state homes being extended. Secretary Mark Galley expects to formally announce that extension in the next week and says it could be an additional four weeks depending on projected ICU capacities. Four more weeks would be February 5th in the Bay Area. States testing positivity rate has soared to 13.3% over the past week, but so far no sign of that newer, more virulent strain that shutting down England again they haven't seen. Anything related to a new strain yet, and that's constant monitoring. The governor says his preliminary estimate is that California will read more than $50 billion in benefits from the latest federal stimulus package. Not nearly enough, he said, but a good start. It'll put real money in the pockets of Californians who need it. The most.

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Gov. Newsom provides general update on COVID-19 after vaccines start arriving in California

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last month

Gov. Newsom provides general update on COVID-19 after vaccines start arriving in California

"Governor Newsome, hailing the start of vaccinations around California, said by Wednesday 33 different hospitals should be giving the shots and the state will receive more than 720,000 doses of the fighter vaccine by next week is lighted the intel but we're still in the tunnel. And that means we're going through perhaps the most intense. And urgent moment since the beginning of this pandemic because the positivity rate is at its highest point since last spring in cases and deaths continue to mount, the governor said the 58 county corners have declared mutual aid and the state has ordered 5000 extra body bags bleak markers in the 11th month of this crisis, But the governor said Californians have the power to help get us out of this dark place. By wearing masks in keeping to our own households. California's come back. It's right in front of us, but it's also inside us and the governor said after the first wave of three million health care workers get vaccinated The next year will include eight million Californians with the panel meeting later this week to decide who gets the highest priority Teachers, farmworkers grocery store employees Doug Sovereign,

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John Kelly, several other Republicans call for Biden to receive intel briefings

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:40 min | 2 months ago

John Kelly, several other Republicans call for Biden to receive intel briefings

"It's long past time for President Trump to concede the election to Joe Biden. So, says the California congressman who led the president's impeachment, KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign says even after he does Biden's not likely to get much of a honeymoon period from Republicans in Congress, Congressman Adam Schiff, the Burbank Democratic, grew up in the East Bay and went to Stanford. Is horrified by the damage he sees President Trump doing to America by refusing to admit he lost. We're stalling the transition. Our president elect can't get intelligence briefings. Because the outgoing president refuses to accept his defeat s Oh, it's very destructive over democracy will increase. People's sense of agreement about the election. And but at the same time, not at all unexpected from someone of the Character or lack of character of Donald Trump. Schiff, who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, told KCBS is the state of California. At some point, wiser heads will persuade the president to give up his fruitless legal fight. But he's not sure who those voices of reason will be those around the president and certainly the legislative leadership of his party in Congress or anything but profiles in courage. She fully expects congressional Republicans to do whatever they can to undermine the Biden administration. He says Trump will still be fueling the fire from the sidelines and plotting his comeback in 2024, but will shift be moving to the Senate to succeed Kamila Harris. If so, he's not lobbying to be governor Newsome's choice. I have not spoken with the governor about it. I think there are a lot of great candidates that he is considering and I have every confidence you'll make a great decision. S so I leave it to his good judgment.

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"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Doug Sovereign with the state ballot measure that ask you to reverse recent criminal justice reforms to address some unintended consequences. From debate area Chevy dealer Sports desk at 5 15. Here's Kevin Radish on the sports line. There was a big drama after the Dodgers Siri's clinching win over the Rays. We found out just after the game, the Dodger third baseman Justin Turner tested positive for covert 19. That's why he was taken out of the game in the top of the eighth. MLB informed Lola in the second inning. The Monday tests from Turner showed irregularities They expedited Tuesday tests that came back positive. MLB told the Dodgers to remove Turner from the game. He went into isolation in a room in the clubhouse with his wife, The Dodgers celebrated the victory on the field. Turner texted his teammates saying how much he wanted to be out there with him. He did come out of isolation wearing a mask. But mingled with teammates remove the Mass to take part in a team photo and also handled the World Series trophy and, according to MLB, Turner emphatically refused to comply when MLB security asked him to leave the field. In a statement, Major League Baseball said that Turner chose to disregard the agreed upon joint protocols. And the instructions he was given regarding the safety and protection of others. The statement says that Turner's decision to leave isolation and enter the field was wrong and put everyone he came in contact with at risk MLB is investigating Turner could face a fine and or suspension and the Houston Rockets name Mavs assistant Steven Silas, their new head coach. At the Sports desk. Kevin Radic, KCBS.

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Los Angeles - Ballot harvesting under scrutiny in California elections

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Los Angeles - Ballot harvesting under scrutiny in California elections

"Time. California Republican Party leaders remain defiant and claim that its Democratic state officials who were lying about the GOP's ballot harvesting operation. KCBS political reporter dug, Sovern says the controversial practice continues, and the Republicans insist it is legal and has been all along. The secretary of state and state attorney general sounded the alarm about the California GOP's ballot boxes. Harvesting ballots by having voters drop them in boxes made to look official when they're not Now. They say the party has agreed to collect ballots properly complying with state law. But party leader Harmeet Dhillon, California's Republican National Committee, woman says they're doing this the same way. They've been doing it from the start legally and without deception. People are not like leaving them on the street and something that's disguised as a mailbox. We're walking into a church. Or a shop like a gun store or a GOP headquarters and handing in their ballots. They know what they're doing. They're opening a door and going in and putting them with somebody who they trust on our show, The state of California, Dillon said. She doesn't think ballot harvesting should be legal. But since it is and the Democrats do it, the state GOP will, too, because it is the law, it would be political malpractice or not use Engaged in it Now, I would be very happy if we repeal the law, and I would also go along with putting some requirements around who can harvest the ballots. That law may well be amended next year to prevent this kind of confusing controversy in future elections. Doug Sovereign

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As more California counties can ease restrictions, others move backward

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:25 min | 3 months ago

As more California counties can ease restrictions, others move backward

"Tears in California's Corona virus re opening framework with two moving to Maura. Restrictive levels. For the first time. A CVS is Doug Sovereign has the latest on the state's battle against the pandemic. Corona virus is getting worse into him a county which is moving back to the widespread purple tear. And Shasta, which is going back to the red tear, signifying substantial levels of infection. The first time counties have regressed under the color coded system, but state Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr Mark Galley. Announced that eight counties are moving down a tear, allowing Mohr reopening, including mayor said county dropping from purple to red. He also said so far counties that have allowed schools to begin reopening in person. Are not seeing associated spikes and virus spread. We have not seen a connection between increased transmission and school reopening or in person learning. We're asking that question constantly. We're looking at the information to see if there is a connection, and so far we have not found one doctor. Galley says That's encouraging, as is the drop in daily cases statewide and the falling positivity rate. He warns, as he often does that we're not out of the woods, though, by any measure and there could still be a spike this fall is 21 other states are already experiencing. He also said the state is deep into its preparations to validate any covert vaccine that the feds approved. Anticipating that one could be available once California gives its own stamp of approval by winter. Doug

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Trump-appointed justice could signal major Supreme Court shift on abortion

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Trump-appointed justice could signal major Supreme Court shift on abortion

"Is likely to dominate the confirmation hearing for President Trump's latest Supreme Court appointee. KCBS political reporter dug, Sovereign says If the new court overturns Roe v. Wade abortion would remain legal in California, but probably not in a number of other states. You see Hastings distinguished long Professor Joan Williams, a renowned feminist legal scholar. Has no doubt Roe v. Wade will overshadow all else during confirmation of President Trump's nominee to succeed with Bater Ginsberg, and that could alter the outcome of the election. On the one hand it could cut for Democrats. If this galvanizes the suburban voters that were already trending for Biden and younger voters who have Not been homage to say politely. They have not been over the galvanized, um, On the other hand, this could really hurt. Biden's in among the voters. Those 80,000 voters, white working class voters who delivered the last election to Trump, Williams says. If a more conservative court tosses out the federally guaranteed the right to an abortion, women won't be able to get one and as many as 30 states in America's Heartland states that are certain where abortion pretty certain proportion abortion would remain legal. They're basically on the East Coast on the West Coast. California is so heavily Democratic. It's hard to imagine any changes to abortion law here. But on our show, the state of California, Williams said many women in the Midwest and South would have to drive hundreds, even thousands of miles to obtain a safe legal abortion, which means they wouldn't Doug Sovereign

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California Gov. signs order banning sale of gasoline-powered cars by 2035

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:28 min | 4 months ago

California Gov. signs order banning sale of gasoline-powered cars by 2035

"The sale of cars and trucks that run on gasoline within 15 years under an order signed today by Governor Newsome, KCBS political reporter dug Sovereign, says a state synonymous with car culture. Could look very different in the not so distant future. California's California's already already transitioning transitioning to to a a land land of of Tesla's Tesla's in in vaults, vaults, accounting accounting for for more more than than half half the the electric electric car car sales sales in in the the nation nation now, now, says says Governor Governor Gavin Gavin Newsom, Newsom, It's It's time time time to to to to do do do do away away away away with with with with gas gas gas gas guzzling guzzling guzzling guzzling muscle muscle muscle cars cars cars for for for good good good signing signing signing an an an executive executive executive order order order that that ends ends the the sale sale of of internal internal combustion combustion engine engine vehicles vehicles in in California California by by 2035. 2035. If you want to reduce asthma If you want to mitigate the rise of sea level, If you want to mitigate the loss of ice seats around the globe, then this is a policy for other states to follow for other states and nations to emulate the governor's first in the nation planned mandates that all passenger cars and trucks sold in California B zero emission vehicles and by 2045 all heavy duty trucks, too. The governor insists that by 2035 Electric cars will be cheaper to buy and run that gas powered ones and green tech jobs will dwarf those in the fossil fuel industry. This is the next big global industry in California wants to dominate it. The governor also asked the Legislature to ban fracking by 2024. But some environmentalists are angry. He's waiting that long. He's also under fire from some business leaders who call this ban on gas cars, a radical step Doug Sovereign KCBS, with some

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Los Angeles - Unemployment claims paused for 2 weeks as report reveals 600K awaiting benefits in EDD backlog

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles - Unemployment claims paused for 2 weeks as report reveals 600K awaiting benefits in EDD backlog

"Governor Newsome's daily briefing on covert 19 and the wildfires turned into a spirited defense on the steps that he's taking to fix California's unemployment office. KCBS political reporter Duck Sovereign tells us Tonight, no one will be able to file a new claim for benefits for the next couple of weeks. The economic impact of the Corona virus pandemic has swamped with state employment development Department. Some people have been trying for months to file a claim and getting nowhere Saturday, a special strike team appointed by Governor Newsome issued its report which says only one out of every 1000 people calling the D could even get through. The governor ordered an immediate too weak reset, shutting the department down to new claims until October, 5th while it upgrade software and overhauls its system. This reset will make not only this Process better in the medium and long term but begin to substantially addressed the backlog over the next 9100 days with a goal to substantially have addressed it. And not impact any people that are applying for the first time in terms the timeliness to a Czech governor. Newsome insists a six month backlog of more than 600,000 cases can be cleared by Christmas time and that the new systems will expedite the processing of new claims. He defended releasing the report on the weekend because he didn't want to delay the reboot. The news is better on the Corona virus front, where all of the key indicators are improving and more counties are expected to drop down into a less restrictive tears on Tuesday. Doug Sovereign KCBS a

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Kamala Harris makes trip to California as wildfires rage

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Kamala Harris makes trip to California as wildfires rage

"Kamala Kamala Harris Harris made a vice presidential campaign stop outside Fresno today to serve a wildfire damage alongside Governor Newsome. KCBS political reporter dug Sovereign says the Democrats are trying to elevate the impact of climate change climate damage as an issue over the next seven weeks, Senator Kamala Harris came to a red Cross evacuation shelter to thank those helping people affected by the creek fire has been like She and Governor Newsome stopped in front of a playground in the town of all bury, destroyed by the fire in a neighborhood leveled by the devastating blaze, noting and now all too familiar California landscape everything has gone accepted chimney. Those chimneys. They remind me when you look at it in a neighborhood that's been like that those chimneys or money in Paris who stop was a political one part of her campaign for vice president said politics should not play a role in how the government addresses climate change, which scientists say is partly to blame for California's ever worsening wildfires. Even though she came seeking votes, Harris admitted the presidential race Is not exactly top of mind right now. For those who escaped this fire with their very lives, they could care less and their Children could care less who they voted for in the last election. This's not a partisan issue. This's not ideology should not kick in. It's just a fact. There was a handful of Trump supporters on the periphery, with some criticizing the senator for turning a tragedy into a photo opportunity. Doug Sovereign KCBS. The

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Biden blasts 'climate arsonist' Trump in speech about West Coast fires

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Biden blasts 'climate arsonist' Trump in speech about West Coast fires

"Presidential nominee Joe Biden made sure not to let President Trump have the California wildfire issue all threw himself on the campaign trail today, linking the disastrous fires to climate change and blasting the president's policies. KCBS political reporter Dug Sovereign Has that part of our coverage, speaking in Delaware before literally amber waves of grain undulating in the breeze behind him. Joe Biden said. California and the West are living through an unprecedented apocalypse that goes far beyond the fires themselves. These Americans live in the shadow of an orange sky. They're left asking. His doomsday here and the Democratic presidential nominee warned that another four years of Trump, whom he called a climate arsonist will only worsen the disaster. Since the president doesn't believe in or understand climate change the impacts of climate change, don't pick and choose That's because it's not a partisan phenomenon. It's science. Biden link climate change with the other crises facing the country and said the president isn't leading on this one any more than he is on Corona virus, the recession or race relations, Donald Trump warned that integration is threatening our suburbs. Ridiculous. You know what is actually threatening our suburbs. Wildfires are burning the suburbs in the West. Biden has taken intense heat, though, from the most progressive environmentalists who say he's not staking out a bold enough position on climate change himself. Doug Sovereign kcbs hell,

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Biden, Harris Make Campaign Debut In Delaware

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Biden, Harris Make Campaign Debut In Delaware

"On the national stage this afternoon as the Democratic choice for vice president. KCBS political reporter dug, Sovereign says Senator Harrison, former vice president, President Joe Biden introduced themselves as a ticket at a high school gym in Delaware. It was an awkward setup, Biden and Harris wearing black masks in a Wilmington gym, with no cheering throng of delirious supporters. Just their staff, Media and Secret Service. As the former vice president introduced the woman he hopes will be the next one. You're next vice president of States comma Harris Kamala Harris seemed a bit nervous and stiffer than usual issue, read a prepared text that wove her own campaign themes with Biden's, including a blistering attack on the policies and failures of the Trump administration. Let me tell you somebody who has presented my fair share of arguments in court. The case against Donald Trump and Mike Pence is open and shut there A said Barack Obama handed President Trump a great economy, but like everything else he's inherited. He drove it into the ground. Phew! Thank Joe Biden for entrusting her with his job, and she made sure to talk about her husband, Doug and their kids who called her step Mom allowed first, but that title has evolved. Since then. I've had a lot of titles of in my career. And certainly vice president will be great. But Mama Love will always be the one that means the most. Now it's on to the campaign and 83 day sprint. That'll see Harris crisscrossing battleground states making as many appearances as the pandemic will allow. She and Biden seek not just a victory, she said, but a mandate Doug Sovereign KCBS. California has been nearly

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Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate

"It's been a long wait. Finally today, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden decided on his running mate. Hey, CBS's Doug Sovereign reports he's chosen California Senator Comma Harris. She will be the first California Democrat ever on a national ticket. She obviously will be the first African American or woman of any color to be a vice presidential nominee and All along. She's been seen as the front runner. In this process. I wondered why a times there were others who came and went. But in the end, Joe Biden is picking Kamala Harris has informed her that she will be His choice to be the nominee for vice president on the Biden Harris ticket for the Democrats, someone says they're both pros and cons to having her on the ticket. I think she's a mixed bag personally. Obviously, she's a woman that he said he would pick a woman. She is both black and Indian or her mom was from India. Her dad was from Jamaica. That will obviously play well with voters of color, especially African American voters. She's an effective campaigner and debaters we've seen. She could be quite aggressive on the stump, and we'll certainly take it to Mike Pence in a debate and as a prosecutor, both in San Francisco and at the state level is used to sort of making a case for the people, and she's able to do

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California's top public health official resigns

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 5 months ago

California's top public health official resigns

"California should rebound from the data collection meltdown that hampered it's covert response for more than a week, But KCBS political reporter dug sovereign, said the expert who thinks that Also said the incident underscores just how out of date the state's digital infrastructure is. Governor. Newsome says the cow already system has fixed the date a backlog cleared and it's all systems go again. But you see Davis Medical School associate dean and chair of public health sciences doctor, Brad Pollock, Says leaving counties to fly blind with inaccurate data was not a minor glitch. It's pretty serious. I think, you know, a lot of decisions are made at the county level that depend on having reliable data about New cases and we were we were having erroneous data. Pollack says The governor was right when he blamed the snafu in part on a creaky I set up that predates his administration, Pollock tells KCBS is the state of California. Epidemiologists and public health officials have known for years that the state's Elektronik lab reporting system might be a weak link in a true pandemic, and the state needs to invest in a long term upgrade, not just a temporary fix. As for replacing the state public health director with two women who are both new to the department. After the sudden resignation of Dr Sonya Angel, presumably taking the fall for the data meltdown. It's not great when you have to change horses in the middle of the stream, but you understand that there's there's so many very committed professionals at work. In the agency in the department that the show goes on Doug Sovereign,

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California shuts down bars, indoor dining as COVID-19 cases surge

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:29 min | 6 months ago

California shuts down bars, indoor dining as COVID-19 cases surge

"Dining again and taking other steps in the hardest hit counties, including most of the Bay Area Whatever California had been doing the last few months is no longer working with Corona virus. Positivity rates hospitalizations in I C U cases still spiking ever higher in covert 19 deaths continuing to mount So Governor Newsome is taking the state back to where it was in the spring, ordering all 58 counties to close down indoor activities that had been allowed to reopen restaurants, Winery's tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers. Zoos and museums, card rooms on the shuttering of all bars. This is in every county in the state of California, not just the counties that were on the monitoring less. And for the 31 counties on that watch list, which includes the entire Bay area except San Francisco and San Mateo counties. There are additional restrictions. Houses of worship, hair and nail salons. Jim's non essential offices and indoor malls must close again. The governor also said there are new rules coming regarding school safety, namely, contact sports choirs in school buses. The governor would not acknowledge the confusion and frustration of so many Californians about the way this is being handled. Even after being reminded by reporters. He's the guy in charge well aware of my responsibilities. Well aware of the dynamic that is a status large is ours. He reiterated the best way to control the pandemic until there's a vaccine is toe wear masks, wash hands and watch your distance. Doug Sovereign,

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"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Up on KCBS. I'm Doug Sovereign, the Giants and a Zerg ready to play ball after they get Corona virus tests, check their temperature and self quarantine. That is It's 9 25 KCBS Time for Sports, With Kevin Ramage, Chris Kirk and Webb. Simpson share the laid after two rounds of play the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit at 12 under par Bryce Andy Shambo. The long hitter on tour now and a group one shot behind at 11 under from the MBA. Victor Oladipo decided to opt out of playing for the Indiana Pacers when the season resume, says he is worried about reinjuring his quad. And in case you missed it. 31 major league players tested positive for covert 19 along with seven staff members out of 3185 Tests taken. That's a 1.2% positivity rate. Pitcher Louise Madero was alone. Giants flared a test positive. Buster Posey was not at the workout today for personal reasons. He should be there tomorrow. 19 teams had at least one positive test. There are players with major concerns. In fact, the best player in the game. Mike Trout of the Angels said that with his wife expecting during this pandemic, he's had away his options. You know, obviously, with the baby coming, there's a lot of stuff going through my mind right now. My wife's mind my family just Trying to be the safest and most cautious way to get through a season. We want to play. It's gonna come down how safe we're gonna be if there's an outbreak or something happens. These next few weeks. He definitely gotta see. I gotta I gotta reconsider. Can you imagine if Mike trout decides to opt out and not play that would be a huge blow to baseball, but certainly understandable with his concerns. At the sports desk. Kevin Radic, KCBS ready to start your flooring project.

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"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Doug sovereign with the governor's new four step plan to get California up and running again KCBS first for traffic it's Kim wonderfully checking in with her latest update for it yep there's an accident in Milpitas stand this is the one we were talking about last time a car hit a pedestrian and so the ramp is closed that goes from south bound eight eighty two eastbound Montague expressway so closed until further notice as they get emergency equipment out there and start dealing with this accident with a pedestrian that has been struck otherwise we are looking at a fine at the bay bridge no worries here at the toll plaza traffic is out the speed limit in the San Francisco San Francisco still a bit hindered behind the road project the big aluminium project which we've been talking about for quite some time and if you want to look at the updates go to KCBS radio dot com slash elementi project you can look at all the live footage as the crews continue to work here but south one oh one the brake lights come on just south of Cesar Chavez down to to the two eighty interchange where traffic is being funneled onto one lane that's open on the former northbound side of the freeway north one oh one completely closed and so you're forced over on to two eighty but I don't really see much of a delay just a little sluggish traffic on the northbound side this is really more of a south bound delay if anything and then we go back to Petaluma that's roadwork north bound wanna one the paving project two of three lanes unavailable to you just the right lane is open as you approach Petaluma Boulevard south that's why the back up there and if you see traffic trouble call Davies standing by on the KCBS perforce line at four one five three nine one KCBS your next update is at nine eighteen on the traffic leader case to be a bit cooler today more than a bit if you go in the this is a more pronounced cool down for our interior everything got up close to the ninety mark in the.

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KCBS All News

03:12 min | 10 months ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Doug sovereign at home in Oakland trying to teach my little kids will still doing radio are you doing something constructive and educational let me see CBS news time seven fifty those kids need a time out C. bit directly and I think we need to hear we need to hear more of those kids yeah I had one yesterday with my granddaughter and her best friend Goldie my granddaughters got a little set of desk bells goalies at the piano I've got my guitar and we're all trying to figure out if we're in the same key while we play twinkle twinkle little star from two different states in three different locations you should a record of that I know we should never stand there's an interesting story coming out of the NHL Sidney Crosby and Alexander ventured into with the game's top superstars say the NHL should go straight to the playoffs once play resumes this season if indeed it does yeah that sounds good but it's easier said than done when you look inside the numbers take the Western Conference for example Nashville and Vancouver are tied for the final spot who gets it in addition to that Vancouver is one point behind Calgary for third place in the Pacific Division with the game in hand the top three in each division automatically go to the playoffs in the east Carolina and Columbus are tied for the final two spots but the new York islanders are one point back with two games in hand so they've got a better winning percentage they could make a claim on one of those final two spots and if they got it because of the better percentage does Carolina or Columbus get the other so it's a lot easier said than done by going straight to the playoffs if they did go straight to the playoffs at least a couple of teams would have some very very understandable a gripes about the process nearly fifty thousand watch Steph curry's Q. and a with doctor Anthony Fauci on Instagram yesterday including the likes of Barack Obama Andrea good Dolla and Leandro Barbosa other thing that I took out of it was Fauci telling staff that the games will return after the curve for the corona virus starts to fall and continues to fall but not until then he said also that young people are not exempt from the disease they need to isolate they could be carriers and they need to self protect baseball's June draft is been moved from June to July and is likely to be shortened the giants broadcaster John Miller and his wife Janine tested negative for covert nineteen that after their son and his new fiance tested positive after returning home from a European vacation they are self quarantining at their Tucson Arizona home the head coach of the Tampa Bay bucs Bruce Arians said he will not bring unemployed a wide receiver Antonio brown at the camp despite Tom Brady's wishes he doesn't think Browns a good fit besides the box already have to eleven hundred yard wide receivers ready to go once play resumes after sports desk Steve Bittner KCBS.

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KCBS All News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On K. C. B. S. I'm Doug sovereign in San Francisco where city hall thinks it has solved the mental health reform issue but voters will still get a sad case CBS news time by fifty seven the sports line and whose Bruce with Alan after weeks of speculation and suspense the giants have named Gabe Kapler former Phillies manager and a guy played the big leagues for twelve years with six different teams as their new manager this is a risky move by head of baseball operations for Huns a unique brings in a guy that wasn't exactly a big success in Philadelphia they were right there in the division race with that land around Labor Day before the collapse and this year they were long gone in the division race and they're out of the wild card race pretty soon afterwards so obviously they need to make a change there was one time national baseball writer Barry bloom of Forbes magazine we spoke with him Tuesday night meanwhile Bruce Jenkins chronicle sports columnist says the cap or is not your typical major league manager copper is kind of an unconventional cat he's been known to recommend some weird things on his blog he's a body builder to a dog a comical level you you really if you really want your manager to look like Charles atlas and there's been a lot of outrage in the media about when he was there with the Dodgers working their player development he kind of look the other way when some sexual assault cases came up involving the minor league players and he just showed his judgment didn't seem very sound Bruce Jenkins of The Simpsons go chronicle we spoke with them to set out on KCBS get cappers going to draw his share of scrutiny because he's taking over for a future hall of fame manager and Bruce pochi he gets a three year deal meanwhile in hockey sharks a six to three winner over Abington and find a college basketball a huge upset top ranked Kentucky filled Evansville sixty seven or sixty four at the sports desk burst McAllen KCBS the satellite lounge presents.

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KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Reporter Doug sovereign says the protesters climate strike went on for almost a mile along Market Street. with a police motorcycle escort huge throng of demonstrators marched from Nancy Pelosi's office at seventh and mission to Dianne Feinstein's at market impose. with colorful banners and signs images of a warning rising seas took over market St for blocks and blocks fourteen year old key west Oakland was one of thousands of kids to cut school to join the climate straight that children. so many. voice. just as much in that we need. high school was still cool one sign held by sixteen year old not job ditions. responsibility for the. stop the. orders in the ice building weaving through downtown south of market in the financial district more than three hours. San Francisco Doug PC via. lease in San Jose have identified a person of interest in a shooting incident at a parking structure Thursday police said responded.

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KCBS All News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Doug sovereign with which democrat for president has a new plan to reduce police shootings in how he would do it. News time now is twelve fifteen. We're gonna talk sports. Let's call him Bruce McGowan and he has the latest if done to a two of three battle between the fatalist blues in the Boston. Bruins in the Cup finals after Ryan Reilly scored the go ahead goal midway through the third period. His second of the night blues beat the Bruins. Fortitude even up. That's series of two games apiece. Back in Saint Louis Ladimir terrace. Think also scored for the blues and goalie Jordan Bennington may twenty one saves to improve the sentiment too in the playoffs to harass stop thirty four shots. But allowed three goals, the blues Zach Sanford says he loves playing against his hometown team the team and he grew up watching. It's pretty awesome. He played in the finals. That's one thing, but, you know, against the team grew up here in for is pretty cool. You know, sometimes it feels like a dream, but suspend awesome to be a part of this with the guys. And, you know, take on his team is giving me a lot of a lot of different hockey moments throughout on my career. And, you know, like I said, it's just been really fun that Zach Sanford of the blues on the NHL. No NBA. The warriors are back in action on Wednesday night against Toronto. Big question marks about who will play Kevin. Looney will not. He is with a fractured. Collarbone is done for the series Klay Thompson is if he because of a slightly pulled hamstring, but he believes he'll be able to play Kevin Durant, a little more dubious whether or not he'll get a chance to play. He hasn't played since the second round against Houston because of that pulled right? Castro and he hasn't yet the practice. Hopefully he'll get the practice on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the warriors one game to back in Toronto. Thanks, mainly to defense DeMarcus cousins points out. That's what sparked that eighteen zero run for the warriors in the third quarter.

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KCBS All News

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On KCBS. I'm Doug sovereign in the East Bay longtime former congresswoman Ellen Tauscher has passed away. Just sixty seven years old. I'm John Evans coming up. Let's get an update on traffic and weather together. Tonight, we have multiple problems around the bay. And here's the latest from Maldon Vic, we're actually going to start with the Golden Gate Bridge. I'm seeing that they are just starting to let traffic through northbound on one one. This is because you only have the left lane to travel in and see HP still just letting cars out slowly all approaches to the bridge are completely slammed heading into the north bay one northbound backed up from basically, marina. So it's looking pretty bad. Then on top of that you have the Richmond area eighty westbound after Carlson boulevard, a five car crashes blocking at least the two left lanes. But see HP is reporting that there may be as many as eleven. Involved in this crash. You are going to see heavy delays from about Carlson boulevard, and that leads to about central. So it's a bit nasty Richmond. San Rafael bridge. You only have one lane in both directions. Westbound though is the one that's looking a lot worse right now, you only have the right lane. And you're delayed from about the toll plaza to a little over mid span. So really bad heading west your next traffic update. Eleven eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS, clear skies inland with patchy fog the coast overnight tomorrow, mostly sunny after morning, overcast. What we stay foggy at the beaches tomorrow sixties, low sixties their sixties seventies bayside to the upper seventies inland. Traffic and weather together on the it's on all news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. An auto policy from state farm gets you collision coverage and this radio ad from state farm gets you coverage of this beloved nineties hits. Who to call? For more coverage, isn't state farm dot com. What does building a better Bank? Look like, it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting places the feel nothing like a typical Bank where you can open an account with no fees or minimums in five minutes, and you'll always find people ready to help you not sell. You. Welcome the banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? For consumers only offered by capital. One in eight member FDIC.

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KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS. I'm Doug sovereign with California. Republicans just as angry at President Trump is the Democrats are over a threatening tweet. Righteously unhappy about KCBS news time seven fifteen sports update next. Dan, Joe Hughes is interested bitter with that the NFL postseason rolls along. And once again, the forty Niners raiders not involved that leaves fans wondering about how their team will improve this off season to get back there. Maybe next year the NFL off season doesn't officially begin until mid March. But speculation that the forty Niners made target Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown in a trade yesterday Steelers owner art Rooney the second telling Pittsburgh post gazette it's hard to envision Brown being with the team next season. And well, he won't be released. All other options are on the table, you can count hall of fame wide receiver Michael Irvin. As somebody who endorses that with our sister station ninety five seven the game. In a behalf to you since whatever else, I'm telling you make that trade you get Antonio Brown. Ervin says the reason to make the trade is you could pair Brown with George Kibble and emerging superstar in the NFL most difficult thing to stop on a football field is the combination of great Chaldean. Great wide receiver. It's better than happy to great wide receivers combination. Good. Great great wide receiver. You're almost unstoppable. Brown has gone over twelve hundred yards receiving the last six seasons with double digit touchdowns in four of those the San Jose Sharks red hot..

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KCBS All News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Two on KCBS is our Saturday afternoon. Newswatch continues. Well, Bernie Sanders coming to Berkeley came today for a boisterous rally that could be a prelude to yet. Another run for president in twenty twenty KCBS, Doug sovereign. Joining us live from Berkley says Sanders has energized progressive voters and urge them to turn out in record numbers in November Deng. How's it looking out there? Good afternoon. It's all over. Now. The rally is over. But you know, Senator Sanders did not mention running in twenty twenty but he led into Donald Trump saying he detests the president calling him a pathological liar. Of course Sanders is Jewish and he called for sensible gun control legislation in the wake of yet. Another massacre the one today at a synagogue in Pittsburgh this country stands for anything. It has got a stand for the right of people whether they are Christian Jewish Muslim, whatever they may be. Practice their religion to live their lives. Without bigotry without fear. And certainly within their houses of worship Sanders spoke for about forty five minutes on the same issues that almost won the democratic nomination in two thousand sixteen Medicare for all campaign. Finance reform, taxing the rich to close the inequality gap. He's been stumping for democratic congressional candidates around the country in this case East Bay incumbent, Barbara Lee, and he told his adoring throng that the nation's future hinges on this midterm election. We must end one party reactionary rule in Washington live at the Berkeley community theatre in Berkeley, Doug, sovereign KCBS. Thanks, Doug, one forty four on KCBS. Joe Salvator and the sportsline straight ahead from Tyler Perry. Is your sister? On friday. This really coming. Stay with you. Tiffany haddish tika Sumpter, Omari, Hardwick and Whoopi Goldberg. Love Tanya, she could be a bit much..

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KCBS All News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"J cbs reporter doug sovereign west fast from the wind trout areas award winning news leader kcbs all news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs tuesday july tenth two thousand eighteen and it's to thirty one cbs news special report there are multiple reports on ninth person has just been rescued from the flooding cave in northern thailand or twelve boys and their soccer coach had been stranded for more than two weeks and i witnessed as someone was put on a stretcher placed in an ambulance that's left the scene correspondent anna werner is in mehta sai they would like to get them all out today and there's a very good reason for that which is that they basically have according to one expert who is handling the water level here try to keep water out of the cave they have today and they have tomorrow thursday there's a large amount of rain expected as for the conditions of some of the eight boys already rescued i group of four is able to get out of bed they are able to eat more normal food and they have reported to be very hungry which she would expect but it's also assigned for doctors that they are in better health the fact that they're hungry and that they want to eat is a good thing and we have were just in a tenth person has been seen being carried out of that cave cbs news special report i'm deborah rodriguez kcbs news time at two thirty two's are newswatch continues number of officers killed in the line of duty is up the first six months of the year cbs news correspondent jim taylor with more on that being a police officer is dangerous world reporting a slight increase overall seventythree federal state and local law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty so far this year compared to sixty eight last year.

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KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Point four percent annual percentage you'll defective gene one two thousand eighteen in may change after account opening minimum fifty dollar balance required teenage federally insured by ncua congratulations kcbs reporter doug sovereign winner of the twentieth eighteen national edward r murrow award for excellence in sound fast from the wind honored for coverage of the wine country wildfires walk through fire literally to try and get when he's my mom was still in the house that's love how to be the bay area's award winning news leader j cbs all news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs a guide to what to expect from traffic this fourth of july good evening i'm kim buster kcbs news to change of plans for some people visiting the statue of liberty this fourth of july protesters angry about president trump's immigration policy prompted an evacuation after they unfurled a banner and love them climbed partway up the statue cbs news correspondent nicki the teas many of the forty five hundred visitors on liberty island said they couldn't believe what they were seeing we were shocked and surprised it was very intense she actually had a sign purchasing trump and was waving it and then was also waving some of the bystanders below her some tourists were upset their sightseeing was cut short the woman was taken into custody as we're the protesters who on furled the banner other people are marking the fourth of july holiday in a more traditional way for example a giant fireworks show is just wrapping up in washington dc president trump hosted military families at the white house which of course is a great viewing spot cbs.

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KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Rationalizations j c b s reporter doug sovereign fires fast from the wind folks to be the bay area's award winning news leader kcbs cbs news time twelve eighteen let's go back to the roads now we've got mike tracy on our traffic while on the subject l fires we had a doozy of course near the lime ridge open space area near walnut creek yesterday over three hundred acres no houses were damaged fortunately but it did a flare up again this morning so they're urging us again to warn you that ignatio valley road should be avoided if possible between oak grove and cal road there as you make your way over the hill towards or from clayton six eighty in twenty four by the way or not a problem at this time southbound six eighty however getting to the benicia bridge because of electrical work in the left lane is backed up beyond second street on your way out of venetia trying to get from bayshore boulevard they're trying to get across to contra costa county this report brought to you by boost mobile we do have a head on crash that occurred on on silverado trail near one twenty eight that's in rutherford right before you get up towards the rutherford hill winery so heads up for delays in both directions their big delays on thirty seven from the maryland bridge out to one twentyone in the wake of an earlier crash and again we of course we have the families belonged together marches going on and sf oakland and san jose among others today so be prepared for a big tops around the civic centers as well as the bay bridge backup that's approaching the five eighty mays and richmond san rafael bridge backup that's well beyond harbor way switch to boost and get three lines each with unlimited gigs for one hundred dollars a month plus twenty gigs of mobile hotspot on each line boost makes it easy to switch switching makes it easy to save your next update is at twelve twenty eight.

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KCBS All News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Anthem kcbs has doug sovereign said the compromise will force players to stand for the star spangled banner or stay in the locker room until the game begins there was a time when this version of the star spangled banner was considered subversive now guitarist routinely emulate jimi hendrix before ball games but the nfl has kneeling during the national anthem remains disrespectful and players who are on the field must stand or their team will be fine this all began of course when forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick neil not to protest the military or veterans but racial inequality and police brutality in america there are a lot of things that are going on their unjust people aren't being held accountable for and that's something that needs to change now cabinet is unemployed richard lap chick head of the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at the university of central florida tells kcbs the nfl won't make things better with this new approach i don't see it as much of a compromise them more than disappointed with the decision it certainly gives the instead of trying to silence the players after a time when it seemed like the relationship with players had improved lap chick says players are likely to find some other way to protest in the locker room or in the tunnel is really not an answer they the players need to find a way to get their voice back forty niners owner jed york of stained from the vote because he didn't feel the players were consulted enough doug sovereign kcbs a group of students and parents are fighting for teacher a teacher who is being transferred to a different school after he took a knee during a flagraising ceremony they showed up by the dozens at brentwood union school district meeting last night in support of tyler rust of heritage high school rust is white and supports taking a knee to protest racial injustice vanessa rodriguez vega is a student transferring hendrix because he exercises first amendment right these types of controversial issues that make americans think are needed they can't be silent rest is being transferred to liberty high school in brownwood students collected online more than twelve thousand signatures for their petition drive the school superintendent refused to comment calling the transfer.

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KCBS All News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Doug sovereign with a campaign twenty eighteen special what measures around the june california ballot and why so few kcbs news time five fifteen it's time for the north cal accurate sports desk bruce mcgowan's here this morning tough night for the giants in philadelphia as the phillies smacked him around eleven nothing gypsum marga takes the loss as philly otomelara hit two home runs are jehovah says he's feeling better with each outing was just about getting that shrink back and getting warmed up other than how say that i have been all right and climbing so good to see that from the beginning and you kind of cross that off the list now and england ford meanwhile forgettable game for the as as well as they were hammered by houston sixteen to after george springer led the defending world series champions with six hits home or a double and three rb is nba playoffs the sixers still alive as they staved off elimination with a one zero three ninety two win over the celtics that forces a fifth game back in boston celtics still lead the series three games to one coach brad stevens says the sixers clearly out played his club did a great job they pounded on us they were very physical with us they were tough you know again hats off to them jay mcconnell had a surprise started turned in his best game of the season nineteen points while daria sandwich added twenty five four the sixers and lebron and the cavs of steamed into the conference finals winning their sixth straight sweeping the toronto raptors one twenty eight to ninety three lebron led the way with twenty nine point series we had a lot of challenges series dominates you know in a regular season so we had a great game plan and we just try to execute is forty eight minutes plus lebron james on tnt on hockey and the washington capitals beat pittsburgh won and overtime to win their series where the penguins four games to two will nashville has stayed alive and their series against winnipeg nashville predators party dispatch four key seven rita has his second shutout of the postseason is he turns aside thirty four shots fourth burqa viktor arvidsson with a pair of goals four nothing the final nashville beats winnipeg that's the.

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KCBS All News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Doug sovereign has more from the town where a memorial services just getting underway for the women killed ten days ago at the veteran's home twelve hundred people filling the historic lincoln theatre to capacity on the grounds of the veteran's home many more watching a video feed of the community center they're celebrating the lives of christine lober and doctors jennifer gray golic and jennifer gonzalez shusha reba who was six months pregnant the three were shot to death on march ninth by one of their former patients at the pathway home pathway spokesman larry kamer whose own wife narrowly escaped being victim number four says this community needs this moment of healing it's important because we want to stand with the families who are going through very tough time we want to gather as a community to kind of say the things to each other that need to be said we want to honor the work in the lives of these three women who were really quite special and we want to use this as an opportunity to talk about how important it is to work in the field of mental health and to work with our vets the sad irony these women working to repair veterans were killed by one who seemingly was beyond their reach in yemen ville doug sovereign kcbs mortars who had no personal connection to the victims are also coming to show their support for their town in the program that the women worked for kcbs is meghan gould's be joins us live from yacht ville with that part of our coverage town of fewer than three thousand people and if you hurt doug mentioned the lincoln theatre holding about half that there's room for at least three hundred more here in town at the community center and it has been filling up that's right talk to this man who said that he didn't know any of the victims since a community support the community of tragic thing that happened and it's one of those times i think people come together and some mourners say there has been another loss in this tragedy that pathway house program itself that provided counseling services for veterans dealing with ptsd and other mental health issues and it has been closed indefinitely we wanna be there to support the pathway house which we think that.

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"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"doug sovereign" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's ten of three of the bay area's news station kcbs we've got some clear skies tonight can be a little chilly with lows in the thirties sam 40s good evening i'm susan kennedy john evans is away this evening and here's what's happening alameda county sheriff's detectives have arrested two young people from a desk joe for the stabbing death of their friend dumped on a rural road in the hills above livermore his ups's holly kwan reports officials say the remarkable nineteen year old victim used her last words to name her attackers this is the stuff of nightmares two in the morning on a wind deep dark rural part of tesla road the chp responds to a drop call to discover a nineteen year old woman from tracey stabbed multiple times crawling into the roadway for held a trail of blood a hundred yards behind her she was airlifted to eat medical center in castro valley where she died right but not before making would officers called a dying declaration share sergeant ray kelly be time a person is dying in the uh give you information um it is considered to be credible and reliable information and so those were her last words and uh we use that information to make this arrest a young man and woman about the same age as the victim arrested at a home in modesto there may be others involved that still part of the investigation but kelly says they are confident that these were the prime attackers what they don't know yet is why in the hills above livermore holly kwan kcbs hundreds of homeless people in san francisco and california's other major cities cycle in and out of all legal system despite years of drug abuse and chronic mental illness kcbs is doug sovereign reports there is a new legislative pushed to give local governments more power to help them fits extraordinarily difficult to keep somebody locked up for mental health issues against their will so state senator scott wiener is introducing a bill that would give san francisco la and other counties more power to act as temporary conservatives.

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