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"francisco public school system" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Now or? Some kind of luxury few state. I. Thank paper Bag. On came in, he said ring the Bell Ring The bell and I said nothing about pleasing grocery carts. Bizarre time been hard time for all the pickers because you come on down with the nation blinds and they're wondering when the violence are gonNA come. Notifications. Statement got a mask from Oklahoma. You're getting a little too southern I stand. Grand. On this one. Did. You. Did you hear we gotta get to the challenge but? I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Say This we have. We been talking for fifty minutes. Could Lord, all right starts show? What are we started eight minutes late but the the here's the thing. So, fucking wild. I should probably save it for the after show but. But this you know like a lot of. Like a lot of Americans you know a lot of Americans are reckoning. With a lot of historical things like what things are named the reckoning with statues and you know on the one end. There's a lot of overdue like Oh. Hey Could Virginia military institute not be actively racist and harassing by people because that a thing we could work on and the other end you've got what people variously called cancel culture whatever. Well San Francisco is one of the city's it's going through that we have. Let's go straight off the Dome I mean we were settled as a mission town basically. So there's there's a lot of bad shit that's gone down in the past long story short trying to be really clear for context here that these in Francisco Public School System, all the schools are closed and every everybody's doing remote learning. They're trying to get to a point where they can send back the elementary kids virtually super clear this school year with the exception of going to pick up your chromebook at a distance line there's been no in person anything on the school year. So there has been an advisory board, a blue ribbon panel if you like. Put together to go through in this case, the the names of schools in San Francisco. and to identify potentially problematic. Names that that might need to be changed. So. It was announced I believe late last week. That they were proposing that one third of the schools in San Francisco do some brainstorming and come up with a different name that that's the thing they need to be working on. One schools are not open the schools that the kids can't go to one third of them. Now need to the recommendation as they need to step up and come up with a better name at different name than the one that the school has. I. Okay that took me Oh. Wow what. I. Can you give me an example of? GonNa, give you boy am I ever going to give you an example? Like so much incredibly stupid shit in San Francisco. This comes from a good place right there. They're like any of us, trying to trying to be good and grow and like fast break things well I. Think for a long time it's been a town run by very smart progressive. Adult children who don't have children. There's all kinds of shit. The people do in this town that like it's such a good idea in the abstract there's so many ideas that there's such a neat idea if you were like a fourteen year old kid at girls state like, Oh, boy, that's a really interesting idea. Oh, you know. But then you know in the way it is implemented it's not great. Okay. So are mere has really cool is very mad about this and very frustrated that this where they're putting their attention right now, a third of San Francisco public schools could see their names changed as officials push to replace quote inappropriate ones honoring presidents, writers, generals, and even. Senator. Dianne Feinstein. Okay. So just so we're clear here we're talking about we're talking about Lincoln Lull Presidio Paul. Revere. Dianne Feinstein. Thomas Jefferson Francis Scott. Key incompetent former mayor Paul. Revere as in the British are coming the British coming Paul. Revere, as as as in him and why Abraham. Lincoln it seemed like he was a good slave man no because he did bad things to native American. So here's the criteria anyone directed. Anyone directly involved in the colonization of people real talk that's going to be a lot of people including certainly the people who started the missions, slave owners or participants in enslavement. Oh, excuse me not not me my family only gentrified. I mean putting perpetrators of genocide or slavery those who exploit workers slash people. Okay, good. I'm glad I'm included. Okay. Those who directly oppressed or abused women, Children Queer or transgender people. Now, in modern times, I think that's going to clear a lot of the chessboard those who are known racists supremacists. Or spouse racist beliefs. So some of these, you know I'm not gonNA weep over unit Bro Sarah like not not my favorites Spaniard or whatever. So it's just a big list of schools is is so is it like? I I mean I guess I M as confused about this as I bet a lot of parents and people in San Francisco our because is it feels a lot of the. Things I feel like again, I'm not against the idea of. Certainly. There's. An element of taste or a matter of degree, but it's it's just so many at once. Let me just name a few fuck really now this is what we're doing. Okay. It seems the teachers in superintendent the principals they got a lot of shit on their plate right now to even keep schools not open. Okay. So all right fine. The let's even as soon as resources for that but really now. Really, we're going to a third, a third of the schools are doing that, and in some similar word, some of a third of the third of the School of the hundred and twenty-five schools forty. Four parents principles at forty four sites were forced to scramble this week to brainstorm new school names while also juggling the demands of distance learning and a pandemic. So the people who are brainstorming these names I'm sure that it's a very diverse group of people they've brought in who are familiar with the situation at hand dry. Administrators at the school, right? Well, right. So. I'm sure they brought in some they brought in some some. Some learned people but like Okay Lake what we ultimately saying here what we're saying is that the There was a time when this person was valorize and honored, and because they revalorising honor, they named the school after them our values as Americans have changed and we want to reassess. The extent to which those values or something we want to. Continue to reward by publicizing that person and valorising them I. think that's a straight up legit thing to to do for all kinds of things But but yeah, the timing the timing is not great and also like I think about the like the Mississippi flag where I think it was Mississippi where they said okay. Look WE'RE GONNA get different flag, but I were just not GonNa do this flag until we have don't have you know until we have a better.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Mobile dot com CBS news time eight eleven San Francisco's public school system is going to end its relationship with the city police department KCBS reporter Tim Ryan with word of the unanimous school board votes it'll keep armed SFPD resource officers off school campus it was unanimous vote late in the evening to avoid a contract with the police department for twelve armed school resource officers testimony by hundreds began at a school board meeting two weeks ago including this comment from health care worker and at W. L. it de casa police have always upheld white supremacy protected property and perpetuated violence and trauma they have no place in our schools for communities in Opelousas a mission high alumni reckoning wellness programs we're getting rid of nurses or getting her out of health care workers just so supported this research institution the school board also clarified when it's appropriate to call the police over student behavior and re directed money to student support programs the Oakland school board votes on a similar measure this evening Tim Ryan Casey B. S. A. in the east side of San Jose the east side Union High School district he is seeing a movement to remove cops from campus to their family members of put out a petition they will present that to the school board at its meeting tomorrow that's in the east side Union High School district in San Jose calling on the district to integrate this with police for school resource officers at outside law enforcement on campus meanwhile the state's biggest school system Los Angeles unified has rejected a proposal to reduce its four hundred sixty officer campus police department's budget by ninety percent of the next four years as some school board members saying they were simply concerned about maintaining student safety by making such a move critics say campus police disproportionately arrest black students in LA KCBS news ten eight thirteen this portion of the news sponsored by Pacific coast termite Dan two minutes away some cautious optimism over the return of the NBA.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Is eight oh three at the bay area's news station KCBS cooler today lots of cloud cover this morning some sunshine by later in the day good morning I'm Stan Bunger and here's what's happening nothing firm yet but talks underway among bay area public health officials to come up with a coordinated plan to loosen some of the shelter in place restrictions early next month this would be after may third when the current shelter in place orders expire across the bay area being worked up by the association of bay area health officers and among their efforts is to find some uniform set of rules that could be applied across the whole region because one thing they worry about is if there are areas perceived to be less restrictive people might flock there to bay area counties now with over a thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen San Francisco county edging past that mark in the most recent number Santa Clara county heading toward eighteen hundred cases regionally a hundred sixty nine deaths blamed on covert nineteen and we should note that Alameda county is very near a thousand cases that will likely be there when today's data are released dozens of San Francisco city workers and you see SF students being trained in a specific kind of detective work right now the idea here is to track and anyone who may have come in contact with the covert nineteen patient K. CBS's Holly conjuring instead report to the city's using contact tracing his way to minimize exposure wholly everyone agrees that going forward we've got to get back to a way of tracking down cases so we can keep this from spreading right yeah it's gonna take a lot of manpower to do it though contact tracing is out there Francisco discovered an outbreak and one of its homeless shelters last week at team retrace the footsteps that to virus patients which led to shelter residents being tapped into than the discovery of a cluster now they're vertical mayor London breed once that expanded using an app that helps teams follow the breadcrumbs backwards from infected patients find out exactly who that he said has been in contact with but we can also check on them check on their and with increasing our testing capacity because they go hand in hand we can have people have it we can now people have said that may have been in contact with someone who has been impacted if any casual contact into quarantine or gives them the peace of mind that they are not inspected now speaking of infections if you see a giant ship coming into the bay around the day if not the grand prince of again at the end at the end of the largest ship ever to pull into the port of Oakland in the coming from Shanghai collecting empty shipping containers trade ins down worldwide opened is no exception court spokesman Mike Zampa the card open experienced some decline just this week we announced that are loaded container volume for the month of March was down about seven percent from the same month a year ago we anticipate further decline in volume over the next several months shipping lines announced fifteen canceled voyages to open in may and June courts all over the U. S. in the same kind of cancellation volumes in the thirteen hundred foot long ship is longer than the salesforce tower install it's dropping off some good that open and will leave tomorrow morning returning to China reporting live call with one case to be acknowledges check to the marine vessel traffic charge and that ship right now is about off Davenport you know we're people often go to look for Wales yeah not sure they're going to be able to see how very far I was thinking about it pretty foggy out there it is later that I don't know if they're gonna make it if anything's going to be visible in the fog would be that ship though it's big alright thanks Ali is for everyone it's Tim Ryan's dream come true unfortunately for ten twenty or thirty years too late for his academic career but Tim this is what they're talking about doing in the San Francisco public school system right twenty or thirty years god bless you man yeah this is the school board kicking it around right no no firm decision yet but to a formal decision is likely going to come soon more president mark Sanchez tells KPIX five he's good with it conceding that their current online learning effort has its drawbacks we have a lot of educators who are not up to speed yet and we may never get there but our goal is to make sure that they are able to provide some content a lot of times that we live in our own time on a recent ask an expert segment here on KCBS author and former Stanford gene Julia with kat Haynes offered advice for parents struggling with educating from home I would say go with the schedules that that's what's happening in your family we all really need structure during this time so knowing this is what's going to happen and this is what's going to happen next that help came the anxiety that really loyal laying in our minds right now is that a good description roiling anxiety right now because the hick up in all of this is obvious if students are all getting in AT and they learned that after the next school board meeting if you really think that they're going to give much of an effort over the next couple of months to really get into the books and get on the computer to the computer screen and actually learn reporting live this morning Tim Ryan Casey via thank you Tim coming up on key CBS we will take a look at what could happen to your health insurance rates as this thing moves forward right now to see the in that eight oh wait and we have that from your local Honda dealers traffic.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Among bay area public health officials to come up with a coordinated plan to loosen some of the shelter in place restrictions early next month it's been worked out by the association of bay area health officers which is looking at what happens after may third when the current shelter in place orders expire Santa Cruz county's health officer telling the San Francisco Chronicle and what have a uniform set of rules across the whole region so people are moving around venues shopping looking for less restrictive rules he says the most likely ratcheting down of restrictions would involve outdoor activities where people could maintain adequate distance from each other things like construction work landscaping and recreational activities like golf San Francisco looking for some good detectives the city is expanding its contact tracing program as it tries to minimize the spread of covert nineteen KCBS reporter Holly Quinn joining us live report on this and how it can take a lot of manpower to do this well right yes damn city officials you contact tracing to identify an outbreak at a homeless shelter last week retracing the steps of two virus patients back to the facility and then testing everyone now the city wants to expand that strategy using an app to help identify locate and track potential exposure San Francisco mayor London breed isn't that you yes that are some of our disaster service workers with their Francisco affirm of our librarians and other city workers will be trained to do this work I and there will be an apt to help facilitate this the app will allow people to keep track of their symptoms and to check in with people who are monitoring their condition and also determine whether or not they should or should not be acted right now there are fifty of these trackers the city hopes to have five times that many in just two weeks information is confidential and it will not include immigration status now in the early stages of the outbreak when we can find it Asia we talk to the journalists in South Korea and that the contact tracing was key to their ability to slow the spread but they also allow the government to check their credit card statements to show where they've been and who they talk to something that might not fly here so you're going to see a big ship coming into the bay around mid day that the MSP Anna is the largest ship to pull into the port of Oakland at thirteen hundred speed it no longer is longer than the salesforce tower if cry and it's coming to collect empty shipping containers from California ports and bring them back to Shanghai shipping is down all over open reporting a seven percent drop this week compared with a year ago fifteen wages have already been canceled for may and June reporting live Polokwane KCBS thanks L. A. A. grades for everyone well that's when San Francisco's public school system is talking about doing KCBS reporter Tim Ryan joining us live this is not final yet ten is that right not final yet stand if I were running for office I just came up with a model eighties for everyone and a chicken in every pot yeah this would be for high school and middle school students sounds like something that the students would support doesn't it and now it has the support from most members of the school board including board president mark Sanchez who spoke with KPIX five definitely not gonna be perfect there's gonna be a lot of issues as we go forward our goal is to make sure that every student is reached by educators every single day to make sure that they're okay last week on KCBS is ask the expert series author and former Stanford dean of freshmen Julia LYTHCOTT Haynes advice the soft approach to learning under the pandemic right now we're all struggling we're looking for comfort we're looking for connection and if your kid is enjoying watching videos and hanging out on apps with French that's probably the best thing for her to be doing for much of the time what's the other side of this coin says if you guarantee ace to everyone now you take away the incentive to actually learn to study reporting live Tim Ryan KCBS thank you Tim case CBS news time at seven thirteen do.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Bay area's news station KCBS gonna be cooler today with extensive morning overcast sunshine by this afternoon good morning I'm stand binder and here's what's happening we now have two bay area counties with more than a thousand known covert nineteen cases San Francisco surpassing the one thousand mark in the most recent numbers Santa Clara county continuing to lead the region with nearly eighteen hundred known cases and it's a fair bet that by the end of today Alameda county will join the thousand case club currently with nine hundred sixty two known cases statewide over twenty seven thousand cases and in the bay area more than fifty six hundred cases we have KCBS reporter Holly Quan joining us live now and Holly is talking about to contact tracing dozens of San Francisco city workers in UC San Francisco students being trained in this specific kind of detective work this is the the ability to track down anyone who may have come in contact with the code nineteen patient Holly the city said trying to minimize exposure this is something that everyone agrees has to be done if we're going to keep this thing under control going forward yeah this is what they're going to do to try and restart the economy contact tracing is held every Cisco discovered an outbreak at one of its homeless shelters last week a gene retrace the footsteps of two virus patients which led to shelter residents being tested and the discovery of a cluster now dampened just mayor London breed once that expanded using an app to help teams follow the breadcrumbs backwards from infected patients find out exactly who that he said has been in contact with but we can also check on them check on their own and with increasing our testing capacity because they go hand in hand we can have people have it we can have people had said that may have been in contact with someone who has been impacted nobody gets any of those casual contacting quarantine or give them the peace of mind that they aren't in acted in speaking of the section if you see a giant ship coming into the bay around mid day if not the grand print up against if the MST am about the largest ship ever to pull into the open porch it's from Shanghai collecting empty shipping containers no trade is down worldwide and Oakland is no exception open court spokesman Mike damper the card open some decline just this week we announced that are loaded container volume for the month of March was down about seven percent from the same month a year ago we anticipate further decline in volume over the next several months shipping lines announced fifteen canceled voyages to open in may and June courts all over the U. S. are experiencing the same kind of cancellation volumes on the thirteen hundred foot long ship but longer than the salesforce tower hi is dropping off some good then we'll leave tomorrow for China reporting live public wants you to be out sex L. E. eight is for everyone let's convene class right now with key CBS reported to Ryan Tim this exact way San Francisco's public school system is going to deal with the lack of classroom education during the pandemic right yeah sure does stand out I harken back to my days a Carmen high school I would have high fived this plan and I think you probably would have to school board down kicking it around a formal decision coming a little later this month board president mark Sanchez is good with it conceding that this current online learning effort has its drawbacks a lot of educators who are not up to speed yet we may never get there but our goal is to make sure that they are able to provide some content a lot of times that we live in our on a recent ask the experts segment here on KCBS author and former Stanford dean Julia with cut Haynes offered advice for parents struggling with educating from home I would say go with the schedule that that's what's happening in your family we all really need structure during this time so knowing this is what's going to happen and this is what's going to happen next that help came the anxiety that really loyal laying in our minds right now of course the hiccup here is relatively obvious of students were all getting an eight will they make any real effort to learn reporting live Tim Ryan KCBS sanctioned just ahead on key CBS what the pandemic might be doing to your health insurance premiums the CBS first for trafficking and the latest now from your local Honda dealers traffic center with Kim okay stand here comes the stop and go traffic that we expect on the wall the great every morning and that's because they're picking up the overnight road work that starts down at the Golden Gate Bridge they work backwards and right now southbound one a one out of Marin city we're starting to see some stop and go as you make your way toward the rodeo turned off so definitely heavy here as they about Caltrans is out there picking up those cones bay bridge looks fine coming and going into and out of San Francisco the San Francisco road work that was on one a one year silver appears to be picked up the word of a possible some debris in the roadway this is in San Jose it's reported on north bound to eighty right near the Guadalupe parkway turn off just a north of highway eighty seven it's the slow lane that's been affected there were double checking on Concord yep it looks a lot better now westbound highway four we had some stop and go between two forty two and six eighty but that it looks a lot better than it did just even a few minutes ago so everything back to the speed limit here as you make your way into check out your next update at six eighteen on the traffic leader Casey said he'll be cooler today were certainly starting off under significant layer of overcast anywhere near the bay and coast a pretty good chance you may have had to snap on the windshield wipers if you're driving this morning because it's drizzling heavily this about a fifteen hundred foot deep marine layer so it'll take a while to bring that up there will be some sunshine by afternoon of course farther inland you go the better chance you have of that sixties to low seventies today and no better than the mid seventies inland so a few degrees cooler today it's going to cool further tomorrow traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Born in April nineteen ninety three in Chicago whose interest in music began early with his parents constantly playing music in their home from a young age in terms of west to east side to the major influence with his debut album in the first hip hop album chance ever listen to chance releases first mixtape in high school which got great reviews and eventually leads him appearing in a childish Gambino mixtape mentor the second mixtape in two thousand thirteen we're going to be downloaded over a million times this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station KNX ten seventy newsradio good morning I'm Marc Austin Thomas our top story at one thirty the corona viruses hitting just about every facet of our lives governor Newsom says the cancellation or postponement of gatherings of two hundred fifty people more will likely extend beyond March he says that'll impact sporting events buddy said casinos theatres and theme parks like Disneyland would remain open however shortly after that Disney announced the closure of Disneyland and California adventure they'll shut down on Saturday for the rest of the month nuisances schools will remain open if they choose but we do deem that schools are essential not nonessential but we lay out as we did in those directives on Saturday specific strategies and protocols as it relates to assisting our children but also assisting our faculty and staff not just our teachers and protecting themselves from spreading the San Francisco public school system shutting down for two weeks in many universities colleges and private schools have canceled in person classes for now Newsome also announce that there are nearly two hundred confirmed cases in California four people have died he says that more than eight thousand testing kits are being distributed Newsome says it will be centralized testing centers to speed up the process in an effort to keep the corona virus from spreading rapidly officials in LA city and county are implementing a variety of measure.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on Venture Stories
"There was a. Mega say a five year period of a United done to startups. My my son. My first child was born in two thousand six and at that point. I think people go through this, which is I just want to take a different journey. I wasn't actually was thinking about doing third startup at my wife was like not a chance or just take a break. Like, it's superintendents. Right. You you know, that as well from your background at superintendents. And I I was fine with that. And so basically at that point I started angel investing. We're just talking about that a little bit ago, I became an LP and a couple of funds. I started, you know, just projects with friends consulting a little bit. I stepped in COO for friends company. Preliminary just sort of hanging out. And then the other thing that happened right around that time is my son was growing up and starting preschool, and so as a long story, but basically my wife, and I became part of the pioneer families. We started school. And so that school started in two thousand nine. The school's called Presidio Knowles. He casts pre K. So we start at two and a half years old. It's a Mandarin immersion of progressive end immersion school. So it's literally one hundred percent Mandarin all day long. And now we are in the sixth grade reading a great year, and my son was in that pint he's still in the pioneer class and his class. Now is is about fourteen kids. There's three hundred fifty kids at the school. Now, my daughter goes there as well. She's two years behind. I was just wanting to thinking about could there be an Airbnb for school? I just I'm curious for people to make more experiments within different way. Yeah. No. It's fascinating thought. I mean, I what I will say I think it may go to the bay area a surprising number of people. I know actually home school our kids. It's incredible. If it takes a lot of work, but if you can manage it, and if you're if you're already doing it for your own kids. That's why the Airbnb for is not a crazy idea in the sense that what's happening is effectively. They're sort of pairing up already like there's it's sort of organic. Happens. Yeah. So, but no this school sort of ended up taking up a lot of time. We were not expecting. I was really we were only considering a preschool, but in probably another topic for another podcast, but the San Francisco public school systems challenging and my wife, and I were very committed staying in the city, we won't live here. So we just kept going with the school before leaving the topic. Is there any besides Mandarin? Any other non obvious or games each changing differences that you've Beautyrest school with relative to other schools? Well, I mean, yes, and no. So I would say the progressive dynamic, which is a child centered unit of inquiry model, we didn't come up with that that there's a lot of progress in schools east coast hundreds of years, the why would answer the question. Yes. To your is because trying to do progressive in Mandarin context. So all of our teachers are from China. They will do bachelor's degrees editor new Matt we recruit locally masters and PHD students here, but they've grown up in China. And by large the Chinese education system is not progressive. So that has been a significant challenge, and it's been a wonderful. That's been the most amazing thing is how do you implement progressive methodologies in Mandarin context. Denigrates came in.
"francisco public school system" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Lee with your KPI x five and KCBS forecast. KCBS news time nine twenty as we've been reporting this morning. San Francisco native and Broadway legend, Carol Channing passed away this morning at the age of ninety seven longtime KCBS reporter, Mike sugarman joins us live this morning on the KCBS ring central Newsline, because Mike when you lived in San Francisco, you had a memorable interaction with Carol Channing do tell well, we we certainly did. And Hello, Susan and STAN. And so my wife, Janice, right? And I and this is back in the early odds. I think oh three zero four we were we ran the middle school. In San Francisco, and we were reading or word Carol Channing had just gotten married now what was fifteen years ago. So she was older she married her middle school sweetheart, Harry collegian, and the story went that they went to aptness middle school together in the western part of San Francisco, and they were boyfriend and girlfriend, and then she went on to low high school, and he went on to bullet didn't see each other. After that years later his wife dies. She had a couple of failed marriages in two thousand and three they got married. So we read the story, and we were president of the PTA, and we want you come back to this. And they did. So they did she perform Mike or just kind of take a tour of the school or a one woman show. As a fundraiser and ended assembly for the kids and the kids, of course, they're going to us all lady up there. Singing. Hello, Dolly, what is that? But the parents got a huge kick out of it and she walked around aptness middle school. Like it was yesterday. She she remembered her teachers remember where she got her first kiss from Harry on the playground. And this is from the nineteen forty she. She was in love with apt with the Commodore float elementary school app. This middle school and Lowell high school. You went through the entire San Francisco public school system in any company went to belbul high because he lived a little further east in that part of the town, and my she had to be an early eighties. When this when you guys put this show on what I think mid-eighties. Yeah. Because it was oh four this is ninety seven. So. Yeah, he was a spry. And as she couldn't have been more. Charming? She was the nicest person in which is so in love with the fact that she was back in her middle school where she met her. I mean, this story that you could be audible away from your first time love for sixty years and ended up getting back together with great stuff, you know, and this morning Peter Hart lava the of the San Francisco Chronicle shared some photos and social media in two thousand fourteen she was back for some stuff. She goes to the chronicle where her dad had worked and who in the lobby but Jesse Jackson and the two of them start chatting like old friends of their photos of her in the newsroom going through like, I guess her dad's clips. But like, you said the same story, Mike, we're just about out of time that this notion that she just thought of herself despite everything she'd gone through life as a San Franciscan. Absolutely. I mean, he's been looking for a time. I think on the east coast because she was a Broadway star Modesto originally. He was from Edessa Modesto connection there too. But but the fact that that they got together sixty years after their high middle school romance and ended up their lives together. It's just spectacular. Thank you. Mike. Mike sugarman are former KCBS colleague great memory of the late. Carol Channing passed away today at ninety seven KCBS news time nine twenty four. Let's check up on money. Now. Jason Brooks standing by the KCBS super micro Intel many desk, Susan Wells Fargo delivered mixed results for the fourth quarter. The San Francisco based Bank topped profit estimates but missed on the top line with revenue falling four point nine percent. From your earlier to about twenty one billion dollars. Wells Fargo management says.