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"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | Last week

"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is Tim Ryan. Reports from Foster City where residents are seeing it more often and are putting their tax dollars to work to keep the baby away real tied on a candy. This doesn't appear to be an issue, but you throw in a high tide in a storm and the water splashes right over this rock wall. Foster City Public Works director Norman Deray says the three year project will raise and fortify 6.5 miles of levee protecting the city using steel panels rocks. And concrete blocks to keep the rising Bay waters where they belong. It is occurring, so we need to plan for a while. We do this, this important project T O re certify our levee Sophie McCann can be assured that Foster City will be safe. It's funded by a $90 million bond approved by homeowners wanting to avoid annual flood insurance premiums, the hundreds of cyclists and levy walkers who use the betrayal daily or fighting confusing detours. But to Ray says, when the project is complete parts of that trail three even 4 FT. Higher. There will be plenty of room for everyone. It's going to be almost 18 FT. White on it's going to provide a nice views in the engineered landfill that is Foster City, Tim Ryan KCBS. US. Safety regulators continue their investigation into complaints that Tesla's giant touch screens can fail and cause the cars to lose the rear camera display and other functions. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's report says about 100 59,000 cars could be affected by the problem, the agency said in engineering analysis has been open to assess the scope band safety related.

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Remdesivir has ‘little or no effect’ in reducing coronavirus deaths, WHO says

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:00 min | Last month

Remdesivir has ‘little or no effect’ in reducing coronavirus deaths, WHO says

"A study involving 11,000 plus patients funds in any viral drug that was part of President Trump's Corona virus treatment had little or no effect on reducing cove in 19 deaths, or the likelihood that the patient would wind up on a ventilator. The drug Grim death severe made by Gilead Sciences based in Foster City doctor Peter Chen, Hong infectious disease specialist at UC San Francisco, says Rob December is no magic bullet by itself, but I think it is probably going to land in a combinations are to the second station so You use an antiviral for the viral production side and then used steroids for the inflammation side and the sweet spot. It's probably multiple drugs, not just single drugs. The randomized World Health Organization's study, Ah, called Solidarity was conducted in more than 400 hospitals across 30 countries. More than 11,000 patients they use dream disappear and three other drugs individually and in combination and a number of patients were given placebos. So Noma County, rolling out a new

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Gilead announces long-awaited price for Covid-19 drug remdesivir

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Gilead announces long-awaited price for Covid-19 drug remdesivir

"The Bay Area, maker of a drug shown to shorten recovery time for people severely ill with covert 19 now says it has set a price for the drug, $2340 for a typical treatment course for people covered by government health programs in the U. S and other developed countries. Foster City based Gilead Sciences, announcing the price today for rendez severe and saying the price for people covered by private insurance would be more than $3000. For a course the drug will sell for less in poorer nations, where generic drugmakers air being allowed to produce rendez severe. The price has been highly anticipated since this became the first medicine to show benefit during the pandemic, shortening the recovery for severely ill hospitalized patients by about four days. However, there's going to be controversy. Watchdogs say three federal agencies were deeply involved in bringing Rendez appear to market sinking tens of millions of dollars. Worth of government money into research support to bring the drugs all the way to reality. Yet the federal government never asserted any patent rights to the drug.

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Remdesivir, convalescent plasma treatments showing promise in the fight against Coronavirus

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Remdesivir, convalescent plasma treatments showing promise in the fight against Coronavirus

"There's promising news about a drug developed by Gilead sciences of foster city to treat the coronavirus the bio pharma website stat reports promising results of ram does appear KCBS is Margie Shafer reports antibody tests are also on the horizon UCSF is working closely with Stanford on antibody test research says UCSF director of division of prevention and public health doctor George Rutherford the market is flooded with antibody test summer gonna be good it's summer going to be job and then they have all the university's doing their home for is for research purposes Struthers says the market needs to shake out and that false positive and negative issues are huge especially if someone wants to make an assumption of the unity with it which I would not do until we get that straightened out but if you say oh I'm positive I mean me and I don't have to wear a mask in the intensive care unit on that's not a good idea you should be taken out to the to the bank for people who believe they were infected he suggests waiting until may when there will be a better understanding of how well these tests performed

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Virtual Travels in the Pandemic Age

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 8 months ago

Virtual Travels in the Pandemic Age

"So many things are happening virtually these days as we continue to use social distance to stop the spread of the coronavirus KCBS is Margie Shafer reports among the events normally marked with friends and family some bar mitzvahs are going virtual as well thirteen year old R. A. Langer was excited about his bar mitzvah coming of age ritual for boys in the Jewish tradition he was excited for the service and a big party to but as the corona virus spread they did away with the food then no two hundred plus gas and then it was scaled down to an intimate service at peninsula Sinai temple in foster city and maybe only have like a couple people like my grandparents but then they can come so now the bar mitzvah has gone virtual delaying our family and Reno the cantor in one place in the rabbi in another thanks to zoom all the members and friends and walk into a live stream for R. A.'s bar mitzvah the other David Langer says his son has been a sport studying hard learning to present and is ready to lead a service so I am very proud of him and amazed at all the work that he's done for his part ari is offering special thanks to his conservative rabbis who don't normally use technology on Shabbat on Saturday but have been very

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Wall Street gains ground after virus-driven selloff

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:14 min | 9 months ago

Wall Street gains ground after virus-driven selloff

"Italy right now let's check financially see how wall street's responding today here's Jason Brooks well so far so good Susan the market did try to rally Tuesday but that fizzled out quickly and we had another big selloff in the market but the market is heading higher for the time being Dow up two hundred seventy five points at twenty seven thousand three hundred fifty nine nasdaq gaining one under twenty one points to ninety eighty six and the S. and P. heading higher by thirty three points to thirty one sixty one the market is jumping all over biotechs trying to design vaccines to combat the coronavirus moderno stock soaring higher for the second straight session after the Cambridge Massachusetts company announced it shipped its first code nineteen vaccine candidate to the national institutes of health for clinical trials shares in tonics pharmaceuticals are doubling after the New York City based company announced a research collaboration with southern research to develop a potential vaccine to fight corona virus and shares in foster city based Gilead sciences continue to head higher as Chinese health officials test the company's experimental Ebola vaccine in the stricken city of Wuhan again the market trying to get back up on its feet after getting hit hard the past two sessions and so far so good Dow's up two hundred seventy

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Coronavirus vaccine to be tested on humans

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus vaccine to be tested on humans

"If you're one of the first possible vaccines for corona virus could soon be tested on humans this is as efforts to quarantine people infected by the code nineteen virus are coming under fire from medical experts here's all the latest from key CBS's Matt Biggert stand the drugmaker Madera says it has shipped a potential vaccine for covert nineteenth and the Massachusetts company says the government could soon begin early stage human testing in the U. S. foster city based Gilead sciences is already testing one of its antiviral drugs on corona virus patients in China so far over eighty thousand people have been infected by the highly contagious disease and doctor Amesha dollars job at the Johns Hopkins center for health security says the extensive efforts to quarantine people may have been a misfire we know that this is a community spreading virus and these containment efforts are ultimately going to prove you tile the what we saw on the princess cruise ship was basically a shooting gallery for this virus to pick up passengers one by one and we increase case counts and actually have some depth because of it he tells KCBS health officials should be working to prepare communities for the virus's spread getting hospitals ready and increasing vaccine development yesterday the number of infected Americans jumped from thirty four to fifty three nearly all involve former passengers on that diamond princess cruise

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More than 80 clinical trials launch to test coronavirus treatments - Nature.com

The KFBK Morning News

01:25 min | 10 months ago

More than 80 clinical trials launch to test coronavirus treatments - Nature.com

"Okay this morning out of foster city Gilead sciences one of the highest profile clinical trials now under way for coronavirus patients generating excitement I want to read you one graph from the article the drug an injectable antiviral in it was given to in January to the first confirmed case of coronavirus in the U. S. a thirty five year old man in Washington he had returned from Wuhan China his symptoms worsened after a week in the hospital and then his conditions improve the next day allow after he received that injection so that is encouraging that is I especially since yesterday the CDC director said this he thinks the epidemic could last into next year so we're talking twenty twenty one and that they're preparing for a widespread outbreak of the seventeen hundred frontline medics they're caring for people in China six of already died so I mean they're they're sold the ebb and flow of this story is disturbing I mean in one day you feel like all maybe they're getting a handle on it and then the next day like yesterday when we said a thirty three percent spike overnight in number of cases reported Indiana as they change the way they recounted well whatever I am I know I know it's up and it's it's not you know ride disconcerting to say the least it's nice to know the US labs are working on something I think they are and that's some good news out of foster city

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Giving the Gift of Mobility in a City Locked Down by Coronavirus

Total Information AM

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Giving the Gift of Mobility in a City Locked Down by Coronavirus

"Gilead sciences announced its reached agreement with Chinese authorities to test an experimental Ebola and sars treatment on coronavirus patients the drug is called room does have here and while the foster city based company says there are new anti viral data for the drug that show activity against this particular strain of coronavirus at this time available data in other coronaviruses give the company hopes Gilead says trials for the drug will be conducted in Wuhan which has been the epicenter for the

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"foster city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"foster city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And P. and nasdaq all the vents and we are looking at records also for the the Russell two thousand of it hopes that a partial trade deal between the US and China Willys a Q. restaurant festers heading into year end technology and health care leading the charge they S. and P. five hundred index up twenty five right now thirty one ninety four that's a gain of eight tenths of one percent nasdaq car by ninety one percent and the Dow up one hundred forty one points up five tenths of one percent ten years down nineteen thirty seconds the old one point eight eight percent we've got cold up by our down I should say one tenth of one percent lower by eighty four cents the ounce of fourteen seventy five crude higher little change up eleven cents now sixty eighteen a barrel of West Texas intermediate that is a gain of two tenths of one percent so again recapping records for the U. S. stock market with the S. and P. up twenty five of eight tenths of one percent I'm Charlie Pellett that is a Bloomberg business flash Charlie thanks so much you're listening to Bloomberg business week right here on Bloomberg radio a new sensation and we're talking about five G. we want to other at you were going to a laundry list of the other as by the end of the day Hey let's get into five do you what you really need to know when it comes to five G. specifically Bubba Donald's present chief Alice at technology this research based in foster city California in a Bloomberg interactive brokers studio right here in New York we said it's been a long time yeah it has it has but it's so great to be back it's great to have you back well thank you I I really appreciate what we need to know I mean I feel like our phones and things have become so disposable it kind of hurts me yeah in terms of the waste but tell me about five G. what do I need to know well what do I care yeah you know here's the deal if five G. let's be clear this is a multi year transition everybody's been talking about it as if it's going to happen and switch is going to turn and boom here it is well my two K. yeah that's sort of what you got a couple things got a member bottom line is eventually what we will get is faster networks more efficient networks slightly safer networks and applications beyond just phones that do some interesting things and so that's why there's a lot of promise there this is about things talking to one another it's about things talking to one another it's about cars talking to devices to street lamps to everything all those things hello all those things are possible now but five G. does a little bit more efficiently and it's gonna be exciting the challenge you've got is you've got a number of companies have been out there touting this forever and then all of a sudden then the reality of how this stuff works kicks in the other and it's not quite there yet right the other big issue is unlike any other G. transition this one you actually have to know a little bit about that's the problem so like when we went to three G. to four G. which like you just did it right you know you do always have to get a new phone supports the standards will sing with five G. very few five G. phones out there but not only there's basically so what are we to now there's two types of five G. this is what you got to know one is called millimeter wave yeah one is called subs six both of those have to do with the radio frequency spectrum since run radio that they actually used to transmit their signals millimeter wave go super fast over a very short distance doesn't go through buildings it's unlike any other cellular technology we've had some six is just like standard US cellular coverage in the sense that you know go through buildings it goes a long way they're very very different right now there are some phones that support one or the other not both that's the biggest thing you need to know and you know as a result doesn't seem very smart it's not and of course that will that situation will change by the middle of next year we'll have phones that support both right now nobody knows this why would you make a phone that only supports one when it seems like it doesn't make any sense yeah well so the idea is that even if it only supports one it's a little bit better than the old stuff and by the way that's not forget these things all we do fall back to four G. right so if I'm in an area where I don't get it you know five G. it falls back to four G. just like right now if you ever in your region have Forgy fall back to three G. so same same kind of thing all right so it's five G. gonna be as awesome as everybody says once it's all up and running eventually but that but the issue is it's gonna be a little while for some a little while couple years yes give me a couple years look I'll buy a new phone for like two years I would say look I think it's gonna be safe to buy a phone by the middle to end of next year because they're going to have the basic got in there to support both of these things and then the networks themselves are getting better I mean this just in the past week we had both T. mobile and eighteen T. introduced what they called sort of more nationwide type service using these subs six frequencies the the blow back it's been a wait a minute this isn't much faster than I already have in some cases it's not even as fast as some of the fastest four G. and so what about on the hardware side I mean are the the mobile eight one would imagine that the apples and Sam songs and and others of the world are developing phones that will be better in cooler and have all those must have apps on them when will we see those phones that really take advantage of all we're going to we're starting to see this or so Simpson's got a couple of five G. phones there's a couple LG has one one plus it's a smaller companies working with team mobile on their lunch and next you're going to see the first five iPhone and so it'll be September when apple always does their phones you know and what's driving this is the chips inside so you know you've heard a lot about Qualcomm qual com is a company that's driving most this innovation on the chips I guess they do the five G. modems there's a Taiwanese company called media tech that Intel just partner with it's also could be doing this we're gonna see five G. in PC's starting at the CVS show in January so I mean it's it's coming along I have a question because of the trade war by that's been going on I think about what we technologies I just had I think it was that chief of security way while USA and I do wonder about what we ultimately potentially end up with different standards in terms of fire fighting and how problematic is that for our phone you know Carol that's a great question there is a worldwide standard but what we're going to see is some splintering we're already starting to see this in other areas of tech between sort of Chinese standards and US standards in terms of actual hole and signaling in the basic stuff you need to make it at work work I think you're going to I don't think we'll see them diverge just yet I think it's you know China is using the five G. standards set by what's called the GSMA it's a global organization so you know I mean they're all using that the issues you start to run into become interesting ones around which countries are offering which spectrum service and who can get ahead faster it in China is actually doing a lot there because here in the US the FCC can course controls the radio spectrum and there's a bunch of frequencies are set aside right now for military that they want to use for five G. and so there's a lot of political battles around on five G. and writer to get that going all right well we're gonna leave it there great to have you here with us probably done a present chief analyst for technology yeah waiting to all the crew walking by 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Man Wins $200,000 Lottery Prize en Route to His Last Chemo Treatment

KDWN Programming

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Man Wins $200,000 Lottery Prize en Route to His Last Chemo Treatment

"A North Carolina man is one eight two hundred thousand dollar lottery prize well on the way to his last round of chemotherapy W. T. V. D. television reports Ronnie foster bought that winning scratch ticket before getting treatment for colon cancer foster city claimed the prize Friday at the lottery headquarters in rally I he said he took home about one hundred forty grand after taxes he says he plans to use part of his winnings to pay for his medical bills wouldn't it be nice if you could just pay for a if you could do what he wanted with that money as opposed to having to pay off those medical bills but obviously congratulations on beating cancer

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Man Wins $200,000 Lottery Prize en Route to His Last Chemo Treatment

KDWN Programming

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Man Wins $200,000 Lottery Prize en Route to His Last Chemo Treatment

"Note a North Carolina man is one eight two hundred thousand dollar lottery prize well on the way to his last round of chemotherapy W. T. V. D. television reports Ronnie foster bought that winning scratch ticket before getting treatment for colon cancer foster city claimed the prize Friday at the lottery headquarters in rally I he said he took home about one hundred forty grand after taxes he says he plans to use part of his winnings to pay for his medical bills wouldn't it be nice if you could just pay for a if you could do what he wanted with that money as opposed to having to pay off those medical bills but obviously congratulations on beating

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"foster city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"foster city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That high frequency trading systems utilized by professionals make it harder for individual traders to succeed I read that in Kiplinger so Kipling however they pronounce it so how do you respond to that lance okay well first of all we we don't really care what else is out there we just want to know what what how is Wall Street reacting to I mean you're never gonna be able to trade against a high frequency computer it's never gonna happen but what drives those high frequency trading decisions is what the big gold attack JP Morgan is designed to do on our we have a pad that process which is pretty cool which identifies where do it does to all those facts JP Morgan bank of America app on show by orders that their customers want to buy and where they get to be selling we don't care what drives that we just need to know but that where that decision is gonna not shows up on the chart right so online trading academy is offering a free introductory class this is to introduce people to what's going on how the markets work and what the patented score strategy is where can people attended how they register for the free class lance okay westerly sample where our headquarters in his hand as a R. E. R. bay area course that as a by the airport if they can't make San Jose we have satellite locations we have in the East Bay north to south we have Pleasanton I'm sorry Pleasant Hill pledging to an hour Hey where'd Oakland on. news flow we have foster city and our dialect at Oakland local as well. so there's a location somewhere so thank you at work a lot you'll learn some stuff and there's no obligation of pressure you have so in order.

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Equities Cautiously Higher Despite Ongoing Trade Pessimism

Bloomberg Businessweek

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Equities Cautiously Higher Despite Ongoing Trade Pessimism

"I got to talk to you about Todd what's going on today and even over the last couple days some pretty wild movements in equities broadly defined you know a sea of red it yesterday a sea of green today seemingly all on trade how do you see this going on especially as it feels like we're we're just trading tweeted tweet we are trading tweet tweet must wear in Argentina right yes fair point on you've got mixed signals the bond market with yields plummeting is scaring investors into thinking that a recession is imminent not just potentially overseas but even in America conversely we actually still have growth at very low if not moderate inflation in America and the traditional signals that U. T. as a recession looming are not present in the U. S. we've got full employment we don't have interest rates out of control it feels as if businesses are still growing earnings aren't any debt crises at hand and so investors are confused what to do in an environment where the bond and stock markets give big difference signal so in the context of confusion the volatility increases until such point as fundamentals play out and for the moment the fundamentals are arguing that earnings are still growing in America interest rates are not competing to aggressively with stocks and in the absence of evidence that this economy going to roll over chances are out although more volatile we'll continue to work gradually towards the up side until the weight of the evidence shows us otherwise Allen I really like that you brought it both the equity markets and the bond markets earlier this morning around the opening bell we were having a conversation about the dividend yield and then of course the bond yields and given the big sell off that we've had recently dividend yields again are starting to look more attractive relative to what some would say is a expensive bond market would you agree are you looking at a rotation into equities from bonds or the reverse I think you are seeing a moderate patient into equities I don't want to overstate that but what I would highlight is the way you described it as her out I could be a buyer of stocks in the US today I could earn a higher yield that I earned by buying a ten year treasury bond and I get all the theoretical potential upside of growth for the next ten years which bonds cannot give me so investors are looking at that relative the yield advantage on even on a risk adjusted basis as for like a free option on the growth of America over the next decade you're getting paid why you get that growth for ten years it was a fair that risk history plays out in your favor that's another way of describing what's known as the said model which is a just a different way of looking at the same thing in short even if you bought a stock market at call it eighteen times forward earnings you're getting about a five and a half percent earnings the yield on the dollars to put the stock market versatile little more than one point seven percent for a response that's a huge spread if you look over the last even twenty years that spread is less than two percent now you're getting three and a half percent so equity investors look at that today I'm getting very fairly compensated relative to the payment I'm gonna get a five by a conventional bond as long as they don't think this economy is rolling over I should feel pretty empowered buying stocks that's what that's the Polish argument the yield differential is compelling buy stocks and so what worries you the most for the balance of the year on well clearly the number one thing is you can't deny the political uncertainties tied to the trade tensions and if you really break it down I think when you look at the US and China there's the short term and the long run I think the trade tensions are significant because the uncertainty causes delays and CEOs for making investment decisions which in turn slows down the willingness to hire employees leads to confusion about we've goods and services to ship in where in a racist because some consumers that's all very bad economically that flows don't earnings growth the reason I say there's short term and long run is in the short run which I'm gonna to find is that next year the house until the November election of two thousand twenty apart the current administration and frankly all politicians do have an incentive to get the economy in good shape in front of the election and so there are short term incentives to find a mechanism to come to an amicable solution with China so I actually believe whether you believe it's substantive or superficial there will be a mechanism for the US and its efforts to stabilize the economy in front of the election cycle and for China can't afford to have its economy slow down too much there will be some mechanism to come up with some agreement the reason I say long term is it is in fact true we have an intractable separation China is aiming to become the second world power for the US the US are going to willingly give it away but it's a little bit of inevitability if there's one and a half billion people in China and it's growing rapidly it will eventually happen Alan there and take that long term challenger quickly here for the first time in my career I've heard murmurs of negative rates here in the US for that over into the financials which are the second worst performer in the S. and P. on a month to date without sounding hysterical R. U. S. financials at risk of facing a European like scenario with negative rates overseas I would absolutely say rate of the pressures are ridicule to drop lower and lower I would have to say that's the case it will bear the profitability but U. S. financial system is bitterly better position than the European system it's much stronger capitalization and I don't believe will be as impaired is the European financial system is but the profitability those institutions will be hurt if you'll continue to come down great stuff as always Allen's Afrin is founding partner and co CEO of I II Q. capital he joined us on the phone from foster city

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"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"San Francisco this is one of the major stops to ensure that we have great transit here in San Francisco and here in the bay platform near the chase center on third and South Street muny in the Golden State Warriors working to make this platform a reality fans who can show a warriors ticket on game days will not have to pay to ride the train it's average is because god with Terry KCBS just ahead on KCBS the technology for driverless cars may be here but a new report says we're not ready for the CBS traffic it's a three oh eight let's get to the very latest from Kim and the KCBS traffic team and a real sore spot your ride to the cemetery bridge on the peninsula of this update sponsored by Amtrak at because of a crash we too in the same location up to four cars and the emergency vehicles are blocking the left lane eastbound ninety two on the incline before the top of the high rises that's why it's jam this through foster city and on one of one both north and southbound Dumbarton looks a lot better that would be a good option and that see we're gonna take a look at congestion in the maze to KCBS instead you John Atkinson got a whole bunch of it in one of the reasons is a crash westbound five eighty about midway between highway twenty four in the eighty interchange injury crash in the right lane so it's backed up to the twenty four nine eighty split eastbound eighty that's jammed around the Berkeley curve out to Ashley with a crash it's on the shoulder and before you even get there if you're trying to get to the lower deck of the bay bridge on the brakes big time on north found what I want from before Cesar Chavez on to the eighty sky way moves well though in both directions on this band itself and in the South Bay we cleared it crashes Sugarloaf on south bound seventeen but still I heavy traffic between Glenn would just pass the summit as you make your way down into Scott's valley a suspect there may be some other issues if you do see a problem the phone force number here four one five three nine one KCBS and Amtrak is your all access pass to discovery play laugh talk relax wine dine and everything in between because getting there is just as important as being there on the train you get carried away book early save up to twenty percent Amtrak dot com restrictions apply your next update three eighteen on the traffic should we get to be a little warmer than we expected today those temperatures atop the nineties in our warmer spots were seeing sixties along the coast but a lot of seventies and eighties around the bay itself.

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"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Open mind. I know you travel the world with with instruction and giving seminars and other classes as well. But you're based in the bay area, and as we all know living in the bay area is shall we say challenging when it comes to commuting. So be a nice about it. Yeah. We're on the radio. I used a different word that was cleaning it up for the folks at home. So you have several campuses around the bay area. Let's talk about the geography, and then we'll talk about getting people in that first class. Well, we have our main campus where we have actual classrooms where they're trading on our computers at actually with our money, which is kind of interesting how we do it. That's down by San Jose by the airport, right at the entrance off broke our road. We have satellite, quote, unquote campuses, which are really hotels that we don't like doing them there. But we started doing a couple of years ago because not everybody wants to fight the traffic to drive from wherever they live down to San Jose. So there's remote locations to make it can be. And they're they we have it in Pleasanton. We haven't occasionally not very often recently, and Oakland, and then we have it in foster city off ninety two in San Mateo Houston between Milo. Cases, people can figure it out. And you know, what there's you know. I it's worth it to fight a little bit of traffic alert. Heightened get your financial life squared away. That's the way I look at it. And I agree at my experience was that the time went incredibly fast, actually, it's not it's not a sales pitch. It's not a high pressure situation. You're you're you're you're giving me an overview using your excellent PowerPoint presentation, and you're explaining it as we go, and it was supposed to be. I think it's between two and a half and three hours. I swear it didn't feel like that. At all. I've I felt like I'd maybe watched an episode of the x files or something. My gosh, I I've actually sort to about two hours because people can only learn what their rare raid will will tolerate in a chair has fair about more of the things is that people always people think these are like get rich quick or go to a seminar shifting houses. It's not like that at all. This isn't get rich quick. But what everybody has to realize is that life is too short to get rich. And so we've got to provide a path for connect the happen. I like that maximum let's get some people involved in that first free introductory class. Where can they call and or? Go online. Hey, it's pretty simple as far they're driving or if they have their cell phone handy. Hop on the phone, call eight seven seven three three eight trade TR AD at eight seven seven three.

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"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"An open mind. I know you travel the world with with instruction and giving seminars and other classes as well. But you're based in the bay area, and as we all know living into bay area is shall we say challenging when it comes to commuting. So that's being nice about it. Yeah. We on the radio, I used a different word was cleaning it up to the folks at home. So you have several campuses around the bay area. Let's talk about the geography, and then we'll talk about getting people in that first class. Well, we have our main campus where we have actual classrooms where they're trading on our computers at actually with our money, which is kind of interesting how we do it. That's down by San Jose by the airport, right at the entrance off broke. Our roads, we have satellite, quote, unquote campuses, which are really hotels that we don't like doing them there. But we started doing a couple of years ago because not everybody wants to fight the traffic to drive from wherever they live down to San Jose. So there's remote locations to make it can be. And there they we have it in Pleasanton. We haven't occasionally not very often recently in Oakland. And and we have it in foster city off ninety two in San Mateo between one of those cases, people can figure it out. And you know, what you know? I it's worth it to fight a little bit of traffic alert. Heightened get your financial life. Squared away. That's the way I look at it. And I agree at my experience was that the time went incredibly fast, actually, it's not it's not a sales pitch. It's not a high pressure situation. You're you're you're you're giving me an overview using your excellent PowerPoint presentation, and you're explaining it as we go, and it was supposed to be. I think it's between two and a half and three hours. I swear I didn't feel like that. At all. I've I felt like I maybe watched an episode of the x files or something. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I I've actually shortened it to about two hours because people can only learn what they're rare raid will will tolerate a chair has fair about more of the things is that people always people think these are like get rich quick or go to a seminar shifting houses. It's not like that at all. This isn't get rich quick. But what everybody has to realize is that life is too short to get rich slow. And so we've got to provide a path for connect the happen. I like that maxim, let's get some people involved in that first free introductory class. Where can they call? And or go online. Okay. It's pretty simple as far as driving or if they have their cellphone handy. Hop on the phone, call eight seven seven. Three three eight trade TR AD at eight seven seven three.

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"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Open mind. I know you travel the world with with instruction and giving seminars and other classes as well. But you're based in the bay area, and as we all know living in the bay area is shall we say challenging when it comes to commuting. So that's been a nice about it. Yeah. We're on the radio. I used a different word. I was cleaning it up for the folks at home. So you have several campuses around the bay area. Let's talk about the geography, and then we'll talk about getting people in that first class. Well, we have our main campus where we have actual classrooms where they're trading on our computers at actually with our money, which is kind of interesting how we do it. That's down by San Jose by the airport, right at the entrance off broke. Our roads we have satellites, quote unquote campuses, which are really hotels that we don't like doing them there. But we started doing a couple of years ago because not everybody wants to fight the traffic drive from wherever they live down to San Jose. So there's remote locations to make it can be. And there they we have it in Pleasanton. We haven't occasionally not very often recently in Oakland. And then we have it in foster city off ninety two in San Mateo. Yeah. Houston between those cases people can figure it out. And you know, you know, I it's worth it to fight a little bit of traffic alert. Heightened get your financial life. Away. That's the way. I look at it. And I agree at my experience was that the time went incredibly fast, actually, it's not it's not a sales pitch. It's not a high pressure situation. You're you're you're you're giving me an overview using your excellent PowerPoint presentation, and you're explaining it as we go, and it was supposed to be. I think it's between two and a half and three hours. I swear I didn't feel like that. At all. I felt like I'd maybe watched an episode of the x files or something. My gosh. I I've actually shortened it to about two hours because people can only learn what they're rare raid will we'll tolerate in a chair has fair that more of the things is that people always people think these are like get rich quick or go to a seminar shifting houses. It's not like that at all. This isn't get rich quick. But what everybody has to realize is that life is too short to get rich. And so we've got to provide a path for connect connector happen. I like that maximum. Let's get some people involved in that first free introductory class. Where can they call? And or go online. Hey, it's pretty simple as far they're driving or if they have their cellphone handy. Hop on the phone, call eight seven seven. Three three eight trade TR AD at eight seven seven.

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"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I know you travel the world with with instruction and giving seminars and other classes as well. But you're based in the bay area, and as we all know living in the bay area is shall we say challenging when it comes to commuting. So that's being nice about it. Yeah. We're on the radio. I used a different word. I was cleaning it up for the folks at home. So you have several campuses around the bay area. Let's talk about the geography, and then we'll talk about getting people in that first class. Well, we have our main campus where we have actual classrooms where they're trading on our computers at actually with our money, which is kind of interesting how we do it. That's down by San Jose by the airport, right at the entrance off broke. Our roads, we have satellite campuses, which are really hotels. We don't like doing them there. But we started doing a couple of years ago because not everybody wants to fight the traffic drive from wherever they live down to San Jose. So there's remote locations to make it can be. And they're they we have it in Pleasanton. We haven't occasionally not very often recently in Oakland. And and we have it in foster city off ninety two in San Mateo between. One of those cases, people can figure it out. And you know, what there's you know. I it's worth it to fight a little bit of traffic alert, heightened get your financial life squared away. That's the way I look at it. And I agree at my experience was that the time went incredibly fast, actually, it's not it's not a sales pitch. It's not a high pressure situation. You're you're you're you're giving me an overview using your excellent PowerPoint presentation, and you're explaining it as we go, and it was supposed to be I think in between two and a half and three hours. I swear I didn't feel like that. At all. I've I felt like I maybe watched an episode of the x files or something. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I I've actually shortened it to about two hours because people can only learn what they're very we'll we'll tolerate in chair has fair. Not more of the things is that people. Always people think these are like get rich quick or go to a seminar and houses, it's not like that at all. This isn't get rich quick. But what everybody has to realize is that life is too short to get rich slow. And so we've got to provide a path for connect connector happen..

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"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Streets in foster city during the afternoon commute conundrum horrible living nightmare. They're all coming onto the side streets to try and get to the bridge, and it can. Take a long time foster sitting mayor Sam Hindi says commuters looking to avoid the one oh one ninety two freeway juncture take foster city streets to get to the San Mateo bridge it clogged the roadways. It's also a problem on third avenue in San Mateo. The biggest problem I think is the imbalance between job creation on this side of the bay and housing construction. Foster city residents came up with the idea to deter drivers from foster city streets. No left turns on hillsdale boulevard between four and seven PM and staff had reservations about it. And rightfully so because we know that it's not gonna be smooth ride. But a new study confirming it is regional traffic impacting the roads prompted a revisit of the idea and city officials are now on board because they expect you as mayor or the council member to solve their problems. We have some power there's no guarantee and the result, though, that's the big things we need to try something no left turn on hillsdale likely lead to further backups initially. But commuters may learn they won't save time cutting through foster city and stay on the freeway has to be coordinated strategy. So we would be working with the ways of the world all the navigation app to inform them that. There will be no left. Turn an outreach meeting will be held later this month to discuss the traffic relief pilot program, and if the pros outweigh the cons, the no left turn trial on hillsdale boulevard could be in place by the end of the year in foster city Margie Schaefer, KCBS Santa Clara county board of supervisors is expected to approve a measure tomorrow KCBS is my Cogan said it would create only the second LGBT focused homeless shelter in the entire country. The downtown San Jose site, which is home of the city will be leashed to the county. Supervisor Ken Yeager, the first openly gay board member here said LGBTQ individuals make up about a third of the homeless a lot of kids are kicked out of their houses because they're gay or if they're living with roommates and the roommates find out that they're. Gay. There's still a lotteries at much and misunderstanding about Q people. I think that's one of the their life's circumstances. Often end up that they're living on the streets. Adrian, keel, director of LGBT progress her family and children's services, so the community faces a disproportionate amount of housing, insecurity. Maybe they're.

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"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In foster city during the afternoon commute, whereas conundrum horrible living nightmare. They're all coming onto the side streets to try and get to the bridge, and it can take a long time foster sitting mayor Sam Hindi says commuters looking to avoid the one oh one ninety two freeway juncture take foster city streets to get to the San Mateo bridge. They clogged the roadways. It's. Also, a problem on third avenue in San Mateo. The biggest problem I think is the imbalance between job creation on this side of the bay. And the housing construction foster city residents came up with the idea to deter drivers from foster city streets. No left turns on hillsdale boulevard between four and seven PM and staff had reservations about it. And rightfully so because we know that it's not gonna be smooth ride. But a new study confirming it is regional traffic impacting the roads prompted a revisit of the idea and city officials are now on board because they expect you as a mayor or the council number to solve their problems. We have some power there's no guarantee and the result, though, that's the big things we need to try something no left turn on hillsdale will likely lead to further backups initially, but commuters may learn they want save time cutting through foster city and stay on the freeway has to be coordinated strategy. So we would be working with the wave of the world all the navigation app. To inform them that. There will be no left. Turn an outreach meeting will be held later this month to discuss the traffic relief pilot program, and if the pros outweigh the cons that no left turn trial on hillsdale boulevard could be in place by the end of the year in foster city Margie Schaefer, KCBS survey looking at the health and wellness of caregivers shows that those who take care of others often times neglect thrown health CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman has the details. If you are a caregiver, don't ignore yourself. A new poll suggests many caregivers neglecting their own healthcare. The survey by the Associated Press and the national Opinion Research Center found around one third of caregivers have gone without medical or dental care because they are too busy with their caregiving duties, the study found more than forty percent of caregivers have health problems of their own. Steve Futterman, CBS news people in the UK will soon have a new way to deal with loneliness CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez explains. Only long..

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"foster city" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KGO 810

"Out there if you're making your way along. To eighty northbound just south of Magdalena looks like lanes are blocked. And delays. Are expected. Through the area also. Obstruction one, zero one northbound at manual Freitas's Parkway lanes are. Blocked and more delays are being reported a crash ninety two eastbound, just east of foster city boulevard obstruction thirty five southbound just west of Rapley ranch. Road lanes are blocked and delays reported also if you're traveling along one southbound we have an injury accident just south of seventeen and then. An injury accident in the clearing stages this is twenty four westbound at six eighty you're. Off ram is said. To be blocked moving through that location also some long term construction. Eighty two southbound just south. Of hillsdale the right lane is blocked so you might wanna move it on over to the, left, as you. Approach That area I'm Katherine Coulter EKG This is real estate radio talk. On k. g. l., eight, ten now here's your host Greg. McDaniel and Tiffany McFarland Oh my. God we are back for another. Beautiful Sunday fear geo we are going. To have a great show everybody this morning we're talking about buyers and sellers we're going to be talking about commercial we're gonna be talking. About, everything. You guys are going to need to go, out there and buying. Real estate with a best possible knowledge. Right right,.

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Judge says government on track to reunify families split at border

Morning Edition

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Judge says government on track to reunify families split at border

"Is. NPR news Six fifty and before we bring, you the California report Joe McConnell is standing by with more about. The Wednesday morning commute Joe might be troubles on six eighty and Alamos southbound north of stone valley road a, report of, an injury collision there and blocking the right lane westbound ninety. Two foster, city boulevard another crash the eagles are on the shoulder ambulance on. The way as precaution not sure. If anybody's hurt yet the Dumbarton bridge toll plaza westbound of stall reported their action at a stall bits of debris flying around with yellow caution tape and your, where it came from but it's affecting. Traffic slowing things down Joe. McConnell for, KiKi, Dee. All right Thanks Joe his report is brought to you by compassion international and he'll update us again just before the. Top of the hour the time is now six. Fifty one good morning this. Is the. California. Report I'm penny Nelson national park officials are shutting down a part of Yosemite valley due to a massive wildfire. Burning just miles away the closure is expected to last through Sunday and is forcing the cancellation of at least a thousand. Hotel and camping reservations Cal fire. Spokesman Richard. Egan, on the Ferguson fire it's hard to say time-wise if or when it will reach the park but it is. Getting closer Sam campers are staying in parts of the park that have not been closed including these visitors from Mexico wherever Care more. About the bears than about the fire the fire now, covers more than thirty seven thousand acres. And is twenty six percent contained meanwhile the trader Joe's employees killed during a. Shootout with police Los Angeles, suburb on Saturday was struck by an officers bullet LAPD chief, Michael Moore made the announcement at a press. Conference yesterday KCRW's Jenny Hamill has more store manager Melita Corrado died when two LAPD officers exchanged gunfire with twenty eight-year-old gene Atkins after he crashed the. Car he was driving and ran into the trader Joe's in Silverlake LAPD chief more shared this with the public I'm sorry. To report that we've now determined through. Our forensic investigation that one of the ostrich rounds struck, MS Khurana as she was exiting, the market it was in close proximity to active chief Moore said the, two officers involved in the shootout were devastated by the news I know that it is every officers worst, nightmare to harm innocent bystander during Violent engagement the LAPD released videos of the incident Moore said he is waiting for the investigation to. Be completed before determining whether any action should be taken against the officers involved but he. Said, he's confident their actions were justified for the California report, I'm Jenny Hamill in Los Angeles onto the border story now a San. Diego based federal judge says a large number of parents, separated from their children at the US. Mexico border appear to be unaccounted for and may have been deported KiKi Dee's. Alex Hemsley has the update, at a hearing yesterday judge Dana Sabrina criticized the Trump administration, policy that resulted in over four hundred parents. Being deported without their children he ordered the government to provide more information about them attorneys for the government say they're still trying to locate those and. Other parents who may be lost in criminal custody somewhere in the US the ACLU represents the parents it's asking for a. Stay to give them more time to. Consult with and their children before resume Zooming deportations, league learnt is the organization's lead attorney. On the case a critical point is that baby given time to discuss as a family what they wanna do their face with. Momentous decisions about whether leaves their child behind whether to continue fighting as. A family they need time together of the two and. A, half thousand separated children more than sixteen, hundred are on track to be reunited with family members by the courts Thursday deadline the parents of at least nine hundred of them are facing, imminent deportation, for the California report I'm Alex Emslie, finally people. With intellectual disabilities are seven times more likely to experience sexual abuse compared with others that finding was. Revealed in an investigation published by NPR earlier this year. The series showed a hidden epidemic of abuse occurring in schools homes and treatment facilities k..

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"foster city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rise affects you in an occasional series we're looking at how sea level rise is changing the relationship between land and water today k q e d science reporter molly peterson explores one relationship that is defined much of the bay as we know it a wall lagoon curves through the san mateo county suburb of foster city glassy blue green water pumping from the nearby bay this is bob cushman's back deck view manmade and he loves it in the nineteen ninety s he and his wife worked hard to get it after church every sunday we drove through this neighborhood for two years and we finally saw a stake in the front yard out there for sale by owner and we stopped and bought the house we're you're so lucky foster city protects bobs home and others against flooding but in the near future officials expect rising water will be harder to manage i happen to truck with city manager geoff maneka we head for the waterfront in an earthen wall eight miles long separating the city from the bank we have homes that front along beach park boulevard they would receive the direct impact i if the levees were to be breached like other vulnerable places foster city has a mechanical engineer defense against water one is storm comes menendez team lowers the lagoon and pumps water out to the bay but within just thirty years the city expects the beta rise up to two feet with waves and storms driving even higher level were to rise to wear the levy is breached than the pumps could definitely not keep up we're standing on the city's problem it's the earth and levy thirteen feet high according to the federal emergency management agency the risk of water surging over this levy and a storm is too high and this levy way too low fema wants to declare a flood hazard zone homeowners.

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"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Kcbs news time twelve forty tesla has confirmed that a model x sedan involved in a fatal crash on highway one oh one in mountain view last week was in autopilot mode the company made the announcement in a blog post on their website it states that moments before the crash on the morning of march twenty third autopilot was engaged the driver had received several visual and one audible hands on warning earlier in the drive also the driver's hands were not detected on the wheel for six seconds prior to the collision the driver has been identified as thirty eight year old walter hong of foster city a santa rosa man suffered gunshot wounds and was arrested after he accidentally shot himself while playing with a firearm at his home friday afternoon police had responded to the twenty seven hundred block of range avenue after twenty year old christian anthony lugo baca called a report that he had shot himself in the chest baca was taken to a hospital and treated for two gunshot wounds to the chest he was arrested and booked in sonoma's county jail for discharging a firearm in a gross negligent manner turns out erotic work schedules or not only bad for employees they're not that great for business either kcbs jennifer hodges says a recently released study shows a big return for retailers when their employees have a more stable schedule researchers looked at two dozen gap stores two.

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"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"End up on any kind of public assistance such as welfare or disability benefits they wanna penalize people that are taking advantage of income tax credits and also subsidies for healthcare bill king who teaches immigration law and policy at the university of san francisco says the idea is to make sure immigrants don't become a burden to taxpayers so many people take advantage of these various types of tax deductions is that the equivalent of being on welfare hang says although the administration doesn't spell it out this proposal would target people from latin american countries especially daca recipients were they've been filing their tax returns and if they're taking these credits this can come back to haunt them so the effect of the law definitely is gonna pray most heavily on latin american critics say the proposed rule would even create new grounds for deporting legal immigrants rebecca chorale kcbs coming up on kcbs doug sovereign in oakland with a big step forward for the as in their long quest for a new ballpark it's eleven oh eight let's check on traffic and weather together tonight here's frank munich and a big problem on the san mateo bridge is westbound ninety two just before the high rise is you come off the flat section of threecar crash the chp is now on scene but we're starting to see a few brake lights approaching the scene as you approach that accident off of the flat section things move well want to get passed that accident though into foster city roadwork causing some headaches northbound six eighty from washington to north mission we have various lanes taken away by construction cones and slow traffic along that stretch heading out of fremont this traffic report is brought to you by tomorrow sleep roadwork also causing some slowing on northbound eight eighty between marina and sixty six san leandro to oakland the northbound eight eighty at marina a two car crash in the center divide guess heavenly sleep with a new tomorrow hybrid mattress betting and more comfort designed by certa simmons sleep experts use code drive for one hundred twenty five dollars off tomorrow sleep.

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"foster city" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And he was also friends with martin luther king and and how he met with j f k jfk had the secret service contact him while he was on the roads in detroit and the he asked him to come to breakfast and he wanted to talk to him about the plight of african americans in the united states and they became friends beyond that i love it great store johnny you've got some stuff going on in the bay area now do you not we do were touring the bay area with our current cell which is about gender discrimination in baseball it's called shut out the battle american wage to play baseball and today we're in half moon bay these are all libraries we're going to be at belmont tomorrow tuesday east palo alto wednesday where no break and foster city on thursday terrific terrific the book is baseball pioneers and i'll spell your last name is john lee o n o u d a k i s john if someone wants to get this book where do they go to get it amazon dot com that's baseball pioneers and it'll pop right up all right very good glad to have you on congratulations on what you're doing and you do a good job of hustling around and getting these stories and as you say it's not just hall of famers and i love doing this you know in my my life is well it's getting the stories from the people who make the game of baseball and you did a good job of getting it together so congratulations thanks very much marty in it's great to talk to you and all those great giants in h fans out there and i'd just like to say go giants as john leona dacas if john is coming to the game today said go giants better say go as you have fifty dollars i saw some people parked out there i was wondering if no i don't think so i don't think that happen and we're going to do it here from the coliseum giving you the lineups today and the giants are loosening up down the right field line it's a little chilly out here today.

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Protestors tell the BART board they want the case expedited

News, Traffic and Weather

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Protestors tell the BART board they want the case expedited

"Of three areas news station kcbs mild overnight and mild tomorrow afternoon highs approaching seventy in many locations for the next couple of days i'm john evans good evening here's what's happening several dozen people stormed the barred board of directors meeting this morning to protest the officerinvolved shooting of twenty eight year old shelling tyndall he was killed january third near the west oakland station kcbs of jeffrey schaub reports the victim's mother says she wants the officer who fired the fatal shot to be fired tried and convicted banks read says she wants justice we have to press we have to fight read says her son shailene tyndall was wrongly shot and killed by park police officer joseph two of joshimath two for him to be locked out you should be try any should become big ever since patou's bodycam video was released last month showing tyndall on his hands and knees with his back to the officer family have said he never was holding a gun is park police have claimed but to is back on the job after initially being placed on administrative leave bart police have said the officer acted appropriately you the at chengdu the protesters told the bar board they want the baotou case expedited board member latif assignment acknowledged the case is being investigated by oakland police not part but she to watson answers i do have a responsibility not only as a bart board director but as a black woman and as a mother in oakland jeffrey schaub kcbs two people are charged with robbery in an incident that ended with san francisco police officers fatally shooting a third person in the trunk of a car the s fpd said the nineteen year old victor navarro floor as an eighteen year old christina warez are charged with robbery and conspiracy they were arrested early yesterday after police pulled over their car which was identified as a vehicle used in an earlier robbery in the mission district a third as fact was hiding in the trunk he refused to get out and then police say he pointed a weapon that's when officers opened fire is family said that he was afraid of being deported protesters gathered outside visa headquarters in foster city to urge the.

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"foster city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Future of public radio and by the listeners members and sustaining members of kqed public radio it's 700 sex here again is joe mcconnell very latest problem foster city on ninety two eastbound at in toward the bridge at the foster city exit overtook it's on the the just off the free widow westbound 80 in berkeley university and other crash reported moments ago them motorcycle and minivan are said to be blocking the left lane adding to the backup developing at a richmond the call the cut tunnel approach might be slowing eastbound oakland side stall joe mcconnell for kqed traffic with joe brought to you this morning by bay alarm form at nine with michael krasny forum talks with astronomer andrew frac noil more about the super blue blood moon on foreign this morning also in the nine o'clock hour as tomorrow as the deadline to enrol for covered california approaches form talks with the agencies executive director peter lee about how to sign up for the state's affordable care act coverage also known as obamacare and how the repeal of the individual mandate will affect our state also on form at ten dr nadine burke harassed joins forum to talk about her book the deep us well about the connection between longterm physical and health effects and childhood trauma two hours of forum join us with michael krasny from nine to eleven here on kqed public radio heading into tuesday and the rest of the week and it looks like through the weekend it's going to be dry partly sunny skies today in the bay area highs in the upper 60s to the low 70s dense fog this morning around parts of the sacramento valley otherwise partly sunny a high of sixty five today sacramento this is morning edition from npr news good morning i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm steve inskeep in washington dc here's what happened to the fbi in the course of a single day the bureau's number official said he's leaving he'd been attacked by president trump a house committee voted to release a memo accusing the bureau of mishandling its russia investigation they voted to release that despite justice department warnings it would be reckless democrats contend republicans committed to examine russian election interference are now turning their attention on the fbi and the are justice correspondent ryan lucas has been covering all this he's in our studios ranked.

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"foster city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"foster city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is npr news it's six forty one in time for another look at traffic conditions this morning ted stevens is in once again for joe mcconnell ted osama tale bridges a mass on the westbound direction there's a multi car crash rented foster city boulevard the left lane is blocked in that has traffic stacked up all the way to eat eighty santa cruz mountains south found make that northbound seventeen before summit wrote a to car wreck in the left lane also in the santa cruz mountains berck road is closed between highway nine and skyline boulevard due to the bear fire evacuation orders are in place for many areas for many regions places in that area ted stevens for kqed all right thanks ted his report brought to you by peter wood were a partly cloudy day and a cooler day as well with some areas of smoke we'll have highs ranging from the 70s to the 80s along with west to southwesterly winds from five to 20 miles per hour san francisco will be the cool spot with a high of seventy oakland will reach 75 napa in san jose will both have a high of 81 sacramento sheriff field both expecting 84 degrees it's now eighteen minutes before seven from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly islamic state fighters have largely been pushed out of the syrian city of raka that word today from the us backed syrian democratic forces who say they've retaken a hospital being used as an isis command center npr's ruth sherlock says a small number of isis militants remain trapped in a sports stadium in the city this is a battle has come at a huge cost as some two hundred thousand people used to live hair and nice to flat and hundreds have been killed at some in these aspects and unite the sky if the devastation in raqqa is astounding you see.

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