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Sunnyvale Energy Company Shifting Gears to Repair Ventilators

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Sunnyvale Energy Company Shifting Gears to Repair Ventilators

"A Sunnyvale industrial plant that normally builds fuel cells now has a new purpose refurbishing the hundreds of ventilators owned by the state of California he CBS's Jeffrey Schaub tells us governor Newsom and San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo toward the facility Saturday afternoon bloom energy Sunnyvale plant is already cranking out dozens of ventilators many that had been in storage for a decade or more and have dead batteries or mechanical issues governor Newsom state of California currently has independent of a hospital system we have procured and identified as some four thousand two hundred and fifty two ventilators

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KCBS All News

01:41 min | 7 months ago

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"Nine one one calls Jeffrey Schaub KCBS and just as I had on KCBS more cases of coronavirus here in the bay area in a way to KCBS first for traffic in the traffic center this evening Frank Munich well we are tracing quite a bit of full traffic that still is heading out of San Francisco in the wake of an earlier accident we had an accident on the eastbound eighty just past of the tunnel on the of the bay bridge that had been blocking the two right lanes that accident has now been cleared but unfortunately the damage has been done the in terms of that commute heading out of San Francisco we're looking at slow traffic on the eastbound AT that begins right at the one oh one split that is going to continue operating Saul of stop and go out to to just beyond the San Francisco anchorage with a little bit of an additional pocket to slow traffic heading into the tunnel on the eastbound AT our problem on north bound wanna one trust under the eighty five flyover in San Jose all we have all lanes truth now re opened in the wake of the two car crash which had been blocking the lanes there but again the similar story that's a done its damage in terms of slow traffic we're seeing slow traffic on northbound wanna one approaching that eighty five split your next traffic update at ten eighteen on the traffic leader K. thirty night with lows in the thirties to the upper forties sunny tomorrow highs in the sixties to the middle seventies traffic and weather together on the eight some.

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California couple missing for 8 days found alive, police call it 'a miracle'

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:24 min | 7 months ago

California couple missing for 8 days found alive, police call it 'a miracle'

"How the only powerful couple rescued after eight days in the west marine wilderness managed to survive maybe one for the books with only water to drink from a nearby puddle no food light clothing and thirty degree weather Kalka Parsky and Ian Irwin are truly lucky to be alive Marin county search and rescue team volunteer Quincy Webster says when he and his partner heard the cries of help yesterday morning Cupar ski and when we're deep into difficult terrain it was very very thick we are following deer trails as best we could but we were crawling through breaking through the bushes it took us a long time even just to move a short distance because insect thank at one point Carol comparsa di trying to hike out and look for help but it seemed impossible so she headed back to her husband the reason they are most likely alive is because day we're drinking from a bottle that they founded near where they were located temperatures at night time into the thirties remarkably they survived had it not been for the search and rescue volunteers they might never have been found we're in county sheriff's office spokesperson Brenton Schneider been speaking with you know a search manager that we have that's been doing this for forty years and was also involved in the fire service and I and also speaking with the family at this is a miracle internists Jeffrey Schaub can you see

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Super Bowl LIV: 49ers parade would be in San Francisco - If they win

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Super Bowl LIV: 49ers parade would be in San Francisco - If they win

"Not official yet but sources within the forty Niners organization tell KCBS if the team wins the Super Bowl next Sunday a victory parade will be held in downtown San Francisco KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub has the details so secret at this point that a Niners victory parade will be held in San Francisco not Santa Clara home to Levi's stadium now we learn in the parade let's not jinx it would be held Feb you worry fifth the Wednesday at high noon along Market Street rain or shine one disclaimer no official word from the forty Niners it was something out they were called the team in a jet game show news so first sold official sports merchandise in nineteen eighty two the new year the Niners won their first of five super bowls everybody was into a no matter where you went there was Niners flags merchandise they were dressed head to Jo Jo predicts a million people live in Niners parade are you a stone cold Niners fan I am an Alexander will be at the parade which she predicts will happen she stopped by Joe's stand in mill valley to buy some gifts for friends where should a parade B. O. N. at San Francisco forty Niners yeah they just makes total sense yes absolutely in mill valley Jeffrey Schaub Casey

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Homeless moms claim a victory in Oakland house battle

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Homeless moms claim a victory in Oakland house battle

"Between the group moms for housing and Wedgewood properties following a months long dispute his CBS's Jeffrey Schaub has more on what mayor Libby Schaaf had to say about the deal mayor shop told reporters the whole my magnolia street in west Oakland will be sold to the nonprofit Oakland community land trust which acquires properties for affordable housing the mayor says the home's owner Wedgewood properties which specializes in flipping houses has also agreed in principle to negotiate a right of first refusal program for all of its two dozen plus Oakland properties mayor Shafik three parties have come together to really send a message that everyone cares about this crisis of homelessness later at a rally on the steps of city hall Dominique Watkins one of the mothers evicted from the home and now part of the group bombs for housing spoke to the crowd this movement does not and today with us with that house on magnolia street will not

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1 dead in avalanche at ski resort

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:13 min | 8 months ago

1 dead in avalanche at ski resort

"If you're just joining us plaster county sheriff's deputies investigating a deadly avalanche today at a Lake Tahoe ski resort KCBS is Kerry who dissect joins us live in the news center with the very latest Kerry Jeff and Patty it happened just after ten o'clock this morning about the subway run area of alpine meadows ski resort thirty four year old male male skier was killed a second male skier sustained severe lower body injuries and was taken to the hospital plus our county sheriff's sergeant Mike power says they've now identified the man who died his name is coal Comstock he's thirty four years old out of the letters in California the avalanche happen between Scott shoot and promised land near Scott chair which he says is an expert run area for skiers that's where the two were information we have that the area they were in was not a prohibited area that they could not ski and but it is definitely in advanced area for skiers we understand there were two witnesses search and rescue teams were deployed earlier today but after an hour they determined there were no other victims now officials say recent storms have dumped several inches of snow in the area this past week which could have led to this incident and that area for now remains closed in that part of the resort so again one dead one injured KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub is on

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Second powerful earthquake hits Puerto Rico

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:04 min | 9 months ago

Second powerful earthquake hits Puerto Rico

"The devastating earthquakes importer Rico are causing deep concern among those who have family and friends in the island territory KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports from a Porter Rican restaurant in Oakland Jose Ortiz travel to his homeland days after hurricane Maria in twenty seventeen the owner of la Perla Puerto Rican cuisine says he cooked for the victims his people use like a flash back at all now he's not here I can now you sigh right click and it didn't happen they all morning he says most of the island is without electricity although the water supply is good many buildings have been destroyed including school we have a one is gold and what he got that collapse from the third floor all the way to the ground so you my in a fee will be key at the site there you want to be at their most days he says fatalities might have been worse had Puerto Rico not been celebrating the three king's holiday a major event in his homeland when most people are not working you might go back I might go back I might go back in Oakland Jeffrey Schaub

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Oil price jumps on fear of Iranian retaliation against US

KCBS Radio Weekend News

03:56 min | 9 months ago

Oil price jumps on fear of Iranian retaliation against US

"Twenty the US airstrike that killed Iranian military general Qasim so money has shaken things up for the United States on the geopolitical front but what does the escalation intentions mean for the financial markets for more KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub spoke with Morgan Stanley financial adviser George in a chatty so how has this impacted the markets and how might this impact the markets coming up well Friday morning it was a surprise and the stock market does not like surprises so it reacted negatively but was rather muted the indexes were down about three quarters of one percent yeah yeah that's not unusual for the market last year we had about forty giants with the market was up one percent are down one percent and this was in light of probably one of the best stock markets we've we've ever had but let's look at what happened Friday to the stock market specifically immediately we saw oil rally a barrel of Brent crude went up about three point five percent to about sixty eight point fifty eight dollars and that's that's important because the market fears that Iran could retaliate not directly one on one with the United States but really more attacking oil and upsetting the global economy Iran could I easily attacked tankers are out in the open ocean and that would raise the price of oil significantly the kid destructive flows of oil through the strait of promotion that's were twenty percent of the global supply of oil really travels through where they can attack the oil into structures as they had just recently so if those things happen that raises the price of oil that means the cost of goods go higher that is six currencies in really does upset the market so the market was kind of reacting to that yeah but we also saw is that areas where there's safe havens we saw cash flow today on Friday gold as an example client one point one percent to one thousand five hundred forty five dollars an ounce that's of forty a four month high in treasuries and that sort of thing words were to say say that we saw a lot of money to flow into that so the real issue really is is oil and that effects on a short term basis being the novice than I am in you know I was a little surprised at the markets and you take a huge dive after this but maybe that's an indication that they're not worried that something huge is going to happen in retaliation this is there in a very very strong stock market I mean last year we had a tree disagreements with China and Mexico Branson really the world we had brexit who could impact the so what we had a president a peach cherry is your things that normally bring a market down but having said that I mean if you own airline stock you saw it online stocks fall quite a bit on Friday because airlines really dependent on the price of the price of fuel in the end you also have gas producers here in United States that have positions really in in Iraq and the major oil companies here that states in Iraq and so that could hurt those companies so there's a lot of unknown right now I mean this happened on a Friday so we get the weekend to kind of think about it we don't expect any action to be taken by around so probably shortly after that they're they're still grieving the assassination of the Iranian revolutionary had that would be the equivalent really of assassinating a vice president here I mean it's a big deal there's gonna be some repercussions it's going to cost of destruction but again the United States is pretty strong economically I mean energy wise price well can can be race but we have a huge supply of oil here with their new technologies and fracking we've been able to produce really almost another oil last year the last week actually we we broke a record and oil production it is four point five million barrels of oil per day yeah we could do more so destruction will be really in the short term because we have so many strong economic parts of our economy but again it's really fear the unknown we don't really know how to strip that this will be in the Middle East and the effect of that on the global

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KCBS All News

01:55 min | 9 months ago

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"I'm Jeffrey Schaub just ahead on KCBS a stormy start to the holiday first we're going to take a look at traffic got a problem in Berkeley this morning Peter good morning Jeffrey were looking at continuing delays in Berkeley this is eighty west found before Gilman only the right lane is open the other lanes are shut down with no estimated time for re opening as the C. H. P. in the corner investigate this fatal crash that happened about five thirty this morning you'll come to the back of after you pass central and alternate around it would be San Pablo Avenue between central and Gilman there are delays in San Francisco we go to the Chilton autobody collision cam and a fox we had a couple of crashes north bound to eighty before aluminium blocking the right lane have some standing water in those two right lanes as well contributing so that's why traffic little slow right now from San Jose Avenue upwards alum any also look for some standing water southbound two eighty before says I shop there isn't southbound one one before third street in Sandra fell one one north bound at central St Raphel flooding across the three left lanes as deep as six inches which is deep enough to grab control away from you if you had it too fast in San Matteo one one south bow before popular crashes blocking the two right lanes your next traffic update seven eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS bay area forecast today thunderstorms moving across the bay area this morning and showers highs in the low to mid fifties traffic and weather together on the H. on all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time seven eleven well a fast moving thunderstorm brought rain lightning and hail to the bay area this morning KCBS is Sir Bob other says most of the region will dry out today but the rain could linger in the South Bay and we could see a dusting of snow Bob yeah Jeffrey of a quite a show driving into work this morning we're definitely seeing some widespread showers moving through the bay area most of the the.

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KCBS All News

02:20 min | 10 months ago

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"I'm Jeffrey Schaub CBS news update the full house is expected to vote on two articles of impeachment against president trump this week some Democrats may not follow the party line but Jeff Andrew may take it a step further K. Y. W. TV's Joe Holden has more van drew got national attention for being one of only two Democrats to vote against formalizing the impeachment enquiring into president trump The Washington Post first reported Pandur was expected to join the Republican Party in the coming days we've independently confirmed with house leadership that a party switch is very likely house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says there is enough evidence to impeach the president I don't think any of us have any question that had Barack Obama engaged in the activity the conduct which is the subject these articles impeachment every one of these Republicans will be voting to impeach him he spoke on A. B. C. the full house is expected to vote on Wednesday CBS news update I wanted to live okay CBS news time seven thirty two former public Devanter Chester Bodine begins work at San Francisco's new district attorney on January the eighth and today's chronicle reports one of his first poly policy changes will be to end what are known as gang enhancements that's when a defendant has suspected ties to violent string gag street gangs and they can often add years to felony sentences there has been growing opposition to these gang enhancements are driven by statistics showing that they are disproportionately applied to people of color but many law enforcement groups say the charges are an important tool that allows them to hold gang members accountable for violent crime a flight that took off from San Francisco International Airport for Eugene Oregon had to return to SFO last night after problems with its landing gear the United Airlines flight was forced to make emergency landing following what reportedly was a loud popping sound twenty minutes in passengers tweeted that the plane turned around and headed back to SFO where did land safely but some passenger side damage to one of the landing gear doors United says it's investigating the fashion industry is second only to big oil when it comes to polluting our planet that is K. CBS's Rebecca corral reports on what designers are doing to keep you and the planet looking good.

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Teenager wounded in shooting near California high school -police

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Teenager wounded in shooting near California high school -police

"A seventeen year old student is in custody suspected in the shooting of another teenager outside Santa Rosa's Ridgeway high school this morning is KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports the shooting resulted in a lock down for several hours at three school

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People are vaping THC. Lung injuries being reported nationwide.

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:20 min | 1 year ago

People are vaping THC. Lung injuries being reported nationwide.

"Medical professionals in Marin county are being advised to be on the lookout for any potential cases of severe lung ailment linked to E. cigarettes nation wide one hundred fifty three people to become ill after Peiping cannabis or cannabis oils were from KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub the number of cases of this mysterious illness is increasing including here in California at thirty six cases non state of California in the last couple months Matt Willis is Marin county's public health officer people are coming into emergency rooms in hospitals minister to a distress and often diagnosed with pneumonia and he on the assumption that it's infectious but the work up reveals is really no infection but when they talk to the patient about any previous behavior what's the most common element is that people report that they've been dating on a regular basis Willis says there are no conclusions as to the exact cause of the respiratory illnesses which in many cases require that patients be placed on ventilators and he says the condition is hard to treat so we put out a public health advisory to all of our doctors in Marin county to have them be aware that if patients are coming in with no otherwise unexplained respiratory distress to really consider that this may be the stating related pulmonary injury and if they have the product on hand to collect the products of the we can test it to determine what the cause might be Jeffrey Schaub K. C. B.

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KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Ahead on KCBS by Jeffrey Schaub in the volatile animal shelters across the state may be required to microchip pets we are first for traffic Jerry Brown is here our commutes are winding down but there's still a lot of slow stretches of road way Castro valley a eastbound five eighty really jammed up now from eight eighty after redwood road in a little bit beyond if they've had the the fourth line close fourth lane from the left to deal with some potholes we've still got a lot of folks navigating the single braid the back up now begins in earnest at mission Boulevard south continue slow all the way into signal northbound eight eighty it's still auto mall park our Dixon landing road to auto mall parkway east bound to thirty seven looking pretty good though jurors one long stretches slow traffic between great America north First Street and then it's a good ride all the way out then to eight eighty of the bay bridge it's still tough to get to the lower deck northbound one a one just doesn't want to change much Cesar Chavez is where it begins but no delays westbound your next traffic update at eight eighteen on the traffic leader CVS CVS bay area forecast boy it's been a hot one today things cool off a little for tomorrow five to ten degrees across the bay area that means seventies at the coast eighties around the bay just the upper nineties maybe cracking in the triple digits in some areas but nothing like the one of six one of seven we saw today traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS this week find great deals at Walgreens now twelve coca Cola.

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KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"In San Francisco Jeffrey Schaub KCBS and just ahead on KCBS a new risk for heavy cigarette smoker take away to KCBS first for traffic let's check in now with Frank well we're going to return to New York for a continued problem southbound eight eighty this is just before the cold rolled we have the two left lanes blocked by a crash this is an injury accident several cars involved here that may be out there for awhile again that cellphone the eight eighty just before the cold rolled road hearing of problem on westbound eighty just before you get into the tunnel that is on the bay bridge a we have a stall blocking the second lane from the left to that is calls and no problems there incidently that to accident we told you about southbound day a day the before too cold road we got a tip off map from from Chris of the case to be S. phone force of telling us about that and that really starting to slow traffic down and we have a problem the Ian Berkeley this is westbound eighty on the university offramp we have the stall partially blocking that offramp white your next traffic updated eight eighteen on the traffic leader you are have some counseling because tonight lows mostly in the fifties and sixties it'll be able cloudy in the morning but a sunny afternoon highs tomorrow will be in the upper sixties up the coast into the low nineties for the inland areas traffic.

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Threat of ICE raids sparks fear, activism among Bay Area immigrants

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Threat of ICE raids sparks fear, activism among Bay Area immigrants

"The bay area is home to six sanctuary cities including San Francisco Oakland and San Jose mayor is in our region are reaching out to people in the community to make sure they know what their rights are San Jose mayor Sam Ricardo urges people to inform themselves of any ice activity is appropriate you know we need to take legal action forcing entry without warrants without consent we wanna make sure that everyone's abiding by the law San Jose has about ninety thousand undocumented immigrants one mostly Latino North Bay community is preparing for the possibility of raids by helping residents understand their rights KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports from San Rafael to say that people in the canal neighborhood are anxious is an understatement and while there's no indication that any among the twelve thousand Latinos here are targets Lycia Martel Dow with the canal alliance says their message has been be proactive people need to understand what their rights are ice agents cannot enter a property without a search warrant and she says immigrants legal or not have the right to remain silent she says very often ice agents will take people into custody who have no relation to those being targeted the government calls this collateral deportations and it happens in the canal that sometimes it tried to arrest somebody in an apartment and they try to tell them don't worry we're just looking for a witness an old you're not the person I'm looking for just open the door and I can talk to you for a little bit and we recommend that people just don't open the door she says she tells families they need to an action plan the reality is that a lot of immigrant families have makes acts so somebody may have the the thought of some people may not have legal status so you have to figure out who all those folks could be you know main caregivers for elderly or for children for people that depend on the person that could potentially

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Immigrant groups prepare for possible deportation roundups

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Immigrant groups prepare for possible deportation roundups

"Data as we've been reporting I stations are expected to begin fanning out across several metropolitan areas as early as this Sunday to conduct raids of undocumented immigrants eski CBS's Jeffrey Schaub reports Marin county's largest Latino community residents are being trained to understand their legal rights and to make emergency preparations for the Quesnel is made up of twelve thousand Latinos most here legally some not either way there are risks of ice agents come knocking Lucille Lortel Dow with the canal alliances immigrants have rights for example ice cannot enter your home without a search warrant and no matter who you are you have the right to remain silent a lot of any rests on I understand that constitutional rights also apply to them and is also very difficult to exercise your rights when you are facing on immigration officer but you were talking about law enforcement we're talking about someone who's armed every day she tells canal residents have an emergency family plan and I know it is difficult and it creates anxiety to try to picture what would happen if I get picked up and what happens to my children that information it's very important to have available for people that may need to take care of children were if a parent or both parents get the team in San Rafael Jeffrey Schaub

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KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Come on KCBS, Jeffrey Schaub Xiaobin mill valley of bearded man wins in international competition. I use a lot of. And a lot of patients. CBS news time to forty five. Time for the sportsline with Ted Ramey on Wednesday. Steph curry spoke to the media ahead of game six Thursday from oracle Rita and discussed motivations for his team facing elimination on the much needs to be said about the motivation that we have are going to have tomorrow, likely to protect the home court enough across energy play for k China. Keep our season allow, so there's a lot of things that you can kinda tap into for energy tomorrow. We'll be ready. Kevin Durant broke the news when he took the Instagram early Wednesday morning, right? What's good? Everybody wanted to update you all I did rupture my achilles surgery was today and it was a success. The warriors then announced that Durant had surgery in New York with Dr Martin O'Malley the warriors have been on the defensive since the injury occurred in game five saying that all parties involved, including an independent council felt that at worst, the only possible aggravate the existing condition would be to restrain the calf muscle and achilles injury. Was never even considered. Here's warriors head coach Steve Kerr, any more context on their line of thinking. Kevin checked all the boxes. And, and he was cleared to play by everybody involved. Now. Would we go back and do it over again? Damn right. But that's easy to say after the, the results what you know, when we gathered all the information our feeling was the worst thing that could happen would be reinjuring of the calf and, and that was that was the advice and the information that we had. And at that point, once Kevin was cleared to play. You know, he was comfortable with that we were comfortable with that. So the achilles came as a complete shock game six at six Thursday night from oracle arena. The Saint Louis blues won their first ever Stanley Cup on Wednesday night taking game seven four one against the Bruins in Boston. Ryano Riley of the blues wins the trophy for the postseasons most outstanding player as got a grand slam from auto to down the raise six to the giants came from behind to beat the Padres. Four to the sports. Desk. Ted ramey. KCBS ace is the place..

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KCBS All News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Is Jeffrey Schaub reports from Santa Rosa, the medevac helicopters are critical in transporting patients in rural areas of the state, Christian Giller is a Representative for California's air bed evac providers with names like cow star in reach and says the services are critical vital for, especially for those world communities that, that you transport from either the scene of a motor vehicle collision, and trauma patients from those sees Giller says, forty percent of their rescue. Patients are on medical up until this year millions and state subsidies to reimburse medevac providers have come from a four dollar fee attached to traffic violations. But so far he says the state legislature hasn't found a way to make up for that money. We don't even make the amount of money that we spend to do the transport members of the legislature from the north coast and East Bay say they are working hard to find a revenue source before the current reimbursement funding ends in December in Santa Rosa. Jeffrey Schaub case CBS new study shows, the planned mega, Google project in downtown San Jose could drive rents up even more than previously believed KCBS, Mike Colgan says the estimate is two hundred and thirty five million dollars in higher rents. But twenty thirty the saddles Iran's projected rise, eight percent by twenty thirty. The Google project alone is expected to add an additional eight hundred dollars a year on top of that for a decade now we've seen enormous. Growth in the tech industry. And in underproduction of housing. Combine that with stagnating wages for workers who aren't in the tech industry, and we've seen this.

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KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Coming up on KCBS Jeffrey Schaub in Santa Rosa, fewer people are buying electrically in cinema Kelly that it has to do with marijuana cultivation. We saw electric load drops seven percent KCBS news time for fifteen. Time to check sports with Bruce McGowan another tough night for the giants. But haven't we said that a few times here is there now three and eight San Francisco blue five nothing lead center fielder. Kevin did a grand slam to put his club in a seemingly comfortable position with Madison. Bumgarner on the hill. But the Padres chipped away home runs by Fernando tattoos junior and will Myers made it five to three then in the seventh inning. A two run. Pinch hit Homer by Fran mile radius of giants hard-throwing reliever raise. Marina put San Diego in front. Sixty five giants had a man aboard with two out on the ninth inning pinch hitter. Erik Kratz at the plate. Here's what happened runner. Leads offers held on by oh to play ball game belongs to my San Diego Padres down five. It was not a splitter. Fastball to ninety two at the knees. Perfect location. What a game what a comeback that his longtime voice of the Padres. Ted light with the call on the Padres radio network, Madison. Bumgarner does not get the loss. But the giants can. To spin towards a negative season. Meanwhile, things not going well for the as either they've lost four in a row. Jonathan VR Homerton had four RBI's teammate trae Mancini went three for four with a Homer for the birds who bashed the as twelve to four Marco Estrada. Got roughed up took the loss. Bob Melvin admits. This is a different Baltimore teams club. That's playing with a lot enthusiasm, and they're all trying to make names for themselves at the big league level. So know we knew that coming in. We'd have to play. Well, we just we came back towards runs and then kept giving up some runs that kept some distance against us. Finally, the big story Virginia Cavaliers win the NC two A men's title outlasting, Texas Tech, eighty five seventy seven in overtime guardian. Ray hunter led the way with twenty seven and had this big basket in the OT that put the Cavaliers in front to stay get.

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KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"She can in Nevada Jeffrey Schaub KCBS governor Newsome is backing down on his threat to withhold transportation. Funds from California cities that don't build as much new affordable housing as the state wants them to he'd hoped to start doing that soon, but many democratic state lawmakers pushed back on the idea. So now Newsome says it won't happen until at least twenty twenty three earlier this year. He sued Huntington beach for not meeting a state target for new housing central valley lawmaker is taking a temporary leave of absence from the state assembly while disputing a misdemeanor charge of cruelty to a child assemblyman keen Rambla announced he will take temporary leave hours after the Fresno county district attorney announced that he is charged with. Inflicting unjustified, physical pain or mental suffering on a child Fresno democrat says in a statement that he is shocked by the charges. He says the allegation that he may have harmed. His seven-year-old daughter is false and unthinkable. The state Senate in Hawaii has approved a Bill that would make it. The third so called sanctuary state for immigrants who are in the country illegally. The Honolulu star advertiser reports at the Senate Bill has been referred to the house consideration the house public safety committee must now here the Bill by Thursday for the Bill to survive. But the committee still has not scheduled a hearing the proposal allows local law enforcement to limit their cooperation with federal agencies searching for people in the country illegally who don't have criminal convictions. Oregon was the first to become a sanctuary state in the nineteen eighties in California followed in two.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Person is dead four others in critical condition after police in Chico report, they all overdosed on what appears to have been the powerful. Opio federal KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports a total of twelve people were hospitalized after police responded to a house party. She co police chief Michael O'Brien says the overdoses involved not only twelve people at the residence, but responding officers were impacted as well told Dole's were eventually transported to MO hospital. Additionally to Chicago police officers the first responding officers, we're starting to feel some facts after their response. They were also subsequently transported. They were treated and released in are in good condition. O'brien says the victims range in age from nineteen to thirty years old. He says six doses of knacks, alone and CPR were administered knacks alone is a drug. Used to reverse the effects of an overdose. Although it is not always effective rate. Occasion is this mass overdose incident was caused from the ingestion some form of federal sentinel is a synthetic opioid drug described by medical professionals as one hundred times more powerful than opium is fast becoming a national epidemic. Thousands of fatal overdoses are linked to the drug in San Francisco. Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS a man was killed by gunfire. In San Jose. Last night. Police are still searching for suspects at happened shortly after one o'clock in the morning near park, more avenue and Ray street. Officers say they found the male victim on the street with one gunshot wound. He later died in the hospital. This is San Jose second homicide of.

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California's Camp Fire death toll hits 83 as area faces rain

24 Hour News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

California's Camp Fire death toll hits 83 as area faces rain

"Visiting their properties beginning next week. Other notes Butte county schools will reopen December third FEMA announced that more hotel and motel rooms was soon. Become available a special base camp will be constructed to accommodate all fire related personnel. Currently staying in those rooms, but the displaced must I registered with FEMA. The county's district attorney Jim Ramsey said people should be aware for scammer. Another skim off. It's already starting to happen is go fund me sites and false charity. Contributions tomorrow marks two weeks since the campfire began in Chico. Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS, a southern California. Lawmakers reportedly preparing a Bill that would help PG of bankruptcy. If it were found liable for the campfire, he CBS gentlemen reports. The idea loan has helped lift the utilities market value. An advisor to Pasadena assemblyman, Kris Holden told Bloomberg he is working on a way to help PG and E manage any financial liability for two thousand eighteen wildfires much like the legislature did what the 2017 fires linked to genie. Holden staff did not respond to KCBS this request for comment on the Bill and insulin state Senator Jerry hill. A frequent critic of PG any did I don't want to see them go bankrupt. But I think there are alternatives. He'll would like lawmakers to examine the idea of a publicly not investor owned utility. I will be looking at that. And certainly will be trying to start that conversation because I think we can't continue this way. We. I have to take some look at alternatives, and whether we go in that direction or not we need to have that conversation. But the first

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Record number of women to serve in Congress

24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Record number of women to serve in Congress

"We've had different views even with President Obama race to the top. I oppose that we didn't implement it. It's a state level. We were the only state you do that. So we are we can phone too. So in the next thirty days he wants an agreement on water tunnels and to fill judicial vacancies what else on his shortlist? He points to a massive rustic, bookshelf filled with scholarly and philosophical musings. But he's taking with him to his cO county ranch with the permission of his wife. He jokes. She doesn't like me to take too many books. There's a lot. There's a lot of dust up in barns are not very good for books at the state capital. Holly Kwan KCBS, the US geological surveys reporting a two point eight earthquake hit near Tracy just before six tonight. So far, no news of any damage or injury from the temblor just ahead on KCBS on Jeffrey Schaub voters, turn down a massive plan to build workforce housing. I'm very disappointed. We have a look at your ride this Wednesday evening at eight away. Here's Amanda key on KCBS.

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Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Test - Pls ignore

"If you don't in San Francisco Jeffrey Schaub CBS a federal prison in West Virginia remains on lockdown as the after the beating of Bob excuse me after the beating death of Boston mobster, Whitey Bolger. CBS news correspondent Nicki battiste reports that Bolger was killed within hours of being transferred to that prison yesterday. The reputed mobsters early morning death was quick and so violent. It was reported that the eighty nine year old was unrecognizable the suspect a mafia hitman, Freddie, Gaz the Boston Globe says, gee, as is one of two inmates under investigation for gal djing. Al Bolger's is well beating him in his cell Tuesday morning Gazza

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That was parked in the fire still city by Butler KCBS five people were taken to the hospital one with serious injuries after a solo vehicle crash that caused a house fire in Antioch early yesterday. Morning KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports the crash occurred blue, sir. Circle not far from highway four contra Costa county, fire protection district spokesperson Steve hill. Says it happened around two thirty AM car had hit a palm tree when we arrived. The car was completely engulfed in flame. The palm tree was on fire and the palm tree had a caught the attic of the structure at that address on fire all of the people in the vehicle and the residents of the home we're able to leave before flames consume the car in the fire had reached the house one of the victims. And the vehicle was reported to be in serious condition. The Red Cross is assisting the four adults that were displaced Jeffrey Xiao becase CBS more on a California rocket launch that we heard about moments ago on the network newscasts. This is a rocket that lit up the skies over much of California. In fact, it was seen from the bay area prompted calls to newsrooms and police departments space x launch. Falcon nine rocket from Vandenberg Air Force base. Just after seven twenty pm Sunday night, it set a satellite into orbit and instead of attempting one of the company's signature rocket landings on a drone ship in the ocean. Spacex successfully landed on a concrete landing pad near the launch site. It's the first time that's happened on the west coast,.

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U.S. sues after California governor signs 'net neutrality' law

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

U.S. sues after California governor signs 'net neutrality' law

"Attorney general Jeff Sessions has filed a lawsuit against the state of California over its efforts to implement net neutrality protections for the state's consumers KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports. The Justice Department's action came yesterday the same day governor Brown signed net neutrality legislation into law. California state Senator Scott Weiner, says internet providers want free rein over what you can access on the web. And he says the state's new net neutrality law protects consumers neutrality is about companies like AT and T and then in Comcast in order to make money manipulating where you go on the internet. Basically, they want to turn the internet into cable TV where you have a limited set of. Option of where you can go. And that is the absolute opposite of what the net is. We should be able to make those decisions for ourselves. The FCC under the Trump administration reversed years of government policies mandating internet neutrality, California and a handful of other states now have their own laws. But the Justice department claims only Washington has the right to regulate interstate commerce Weiner says he does not believe the FCC has the right to preempt state law.

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Trade War With China Affecting Area Bike Shops

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Trade War With China Affecting Area Bike Shops

"Bike shops are feeling the effects of Trump administration tariffs on Chinese imports. KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub says suppliers are scrambling to find bicycle parts manufactured outside of China to keep prices from going up to fast. Tim bikes in mill valley the bicycle bells may offer more than one kind of warning these days the tariff wars are already taking a toll quadraphonic is the shop's owner are you concerned about these tariffs. We are definitely on the radar as far as what we're hearing from the manufacturers. He's being told that increases of up to twenty five percent could be on the horizon thousand dollar bike that's two hundred and fifty

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Scientists voice opposition to weakening of U.S. Endangered Species Act

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Scientists voice opposition to weakening of U.S. Endangered Species Act

"See him. Grow up. We won't see a Mary. We won't seem have kids. We're gonna miss saw that that was taken from us in Santa Rosa, Jeffrey Schaub KCBS as the Brett Cavanaugh confirmation hearings continue this week hundreds of high and middle school. Classes are expected to watch the testimony live as KCBS as mapping reports. A south bay school chief is asking teachers to be prepared for conversations about sexual misconduct. Dr Marianne Dewan superintendent of the Santa Clara county office of education has sent a letter to all school districts here asking teachers to create safe

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Christine Blasey Ford's congresswoman: Give her "the respect she deserves"

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Christine Blasey Ford's congresswoman: Give her "the respect she deserves"

"An elderly woman was found dead Sunday afternoon in a car that had rolled off eastbound highway eighty four newer just east of the Thornton road. Intersection. CHP officers actually found the woman by accident. They had gone to the scene after receiving a report that a car had veered off highway eighty four and rolled down an embankment the two people in that car suffered minor injuries. It was while the officers were investigating that crash that they spotted a second car that had apparently gone down the same embankment sometime earlier. They don't know when it was in that car that officers found the body of the female elderly driver. Her name has not been released a bay area congresswoman says Christine Blasi Ford should be given the respect. She deserves Representative Anna SU says Ford showed extraordinary courage when she came to her office last summer to tell her about the alleged encounter with judge Brett Cavanaugh when they were both high school students KCBS Jeffrey Schaub has more I told her that I believe her congresswoman,

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS day forecast. Now with Emily Turner. Joining us from the KPI x five weather center. Today's going to be another great day, weather wise. In fact, the weekend is to if you don't have plans outside you might wanna make some it's gonna be warm again today, we'll be in the nineties, but really only in those inland areas. Cooler closer to the water. It makes seventies right around the bay far north bay. And in the south bay, you'll be in the eighties. And then along the coast, you'll be in the mid sixties actually warmer along the coast than we've seen in quite some time getting close to seventy but now quite there. So another beach day if you'd like to head. Out that way, because we won't only see maybe a little bit of a marine layer that should be clearing off by the afternoon hours. Then moving into tomorrow things are going to cool off a few degrees, but remained clear. Same story on Sunday. As we cool off further still remaining clear, we will only get into the eighties and those inland areas on Sunday that another high pressure system's gonna move back in by the beginning of next week warming things back up into the nineties, but they're still going to stay clear. We've got traffic and weather together on the eighth son on these one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time ten fifty one. Well, there's encouraging news from officials at the Golden Gate Bridge workers have begun the task of installing the long sought after suicide barrier along the span KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports the nuts. Great news is for people who travel over the bridge overnight. Here's the skinny, and we'll repeat it at the end of this report beginning immediately traffic lanes or the Golden Gate Bridge will be reduced to one in each direction. The hours are ten PM to five AM Monday through Thursday and eleven PM to seven. AM Friday night into Saturday morning..

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One of six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's six fifty one stand new half mile section of the bay trail and pinola celebrating its grand opening KCBS. Jeffrey Schaub reports the thirteen million dollar project includes an eleven hundred foot long bridge with sweeping views of San Pablo bay. The panel bridge in trail crosses over Amtrak rails and continues up and across large bluffs that overlook San Pablo bay. There's no other bridge like this on the San Francisco Bay trail huge issue, and it's beautiful. Robert Doyle is general manager of East Bay regional parks one of thirteen public agencies which kicked in money to construct it. Our goal is to connect the entire west contra Costa shoreline from Martinez to Richmond part of the extensive bay trail network. This section of trail was first conceived in the nineteen eighties. It means that if you are Taneja, and you have a lot of partners, and you get the community and the city leadership behind you. You can do things that I was told thirty years ago. It'll never happen. input. All Jeffrey Schaub KCBS headache for tesla. This one has to do with letting customers know about delivery details for their new model threes. He's one buyers sending a tweet to tesla CEO Elon Musk saying he couldn't get a vehicle identification number from a sales advisor. Even though he's supposed to take the livery on his mass market model. Three on Monday. The customer said a lack of vehicle identification numbers holding up his car loan musk tweeting back to say customers, quote may experience longer response times because of the increased number of deliveries in North America. And to ensure the Tessler customers that resolving this issue is a top priority at the company New Mexico is taking Google Twitter and other high tech companies to court over mobile gaming apps for kids, the state claims apps developed for and marketed to children violate state and federal privacy laws because they collect personal information that could put the privacy of kids in their parents at risk new. Mexico's attorney general says he is concerned is that the apps will be able to track children's. So precisely that they'll be able to tell where the child lives place and goes.

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At ucsf jeffrey schaub kcbs just ahead on kcbs melissa call ross the state republican convention winds down with no endorsement for gubernatorial candidate traffic is wind down at all it's been pretty busy today at six o eight to the traffic center we go evening frank whoa good evening we have a little bit of unwinding going on at the bay bridge tolls in fact just about a half an hour ago we were looking at our kcbs institu camera and seeing a solid delay for both fast trackers and cash payers to the five eighty over crossing go fast trackers are actually getting through the tolls very well almost at the limit a little bit of a delay for cash payers in both the left and the right hand lanes but even that's only back to the parking lot the metering lights are officially still on at the bay bridge sham the upper deck does slow once you get past the merge all the way out to one oh one in the city we still have slow and go at least a little bit of it in castro valley that's because at least the last word we still have the eden canyon on ramp to eastbound five eighty shut down by an earlier crash involving an overturned big rig and a gas leak a little bit of slowing right appel amoros but that's not too bad and we are still seeing slowing on southbound six eighty at gold hill road car down the bank ment slowing on southbound six eighty and back onto westbound eighty at the.

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The north bay wildfires and say there's a growing threat of devastation to california's urban areas kcbs jeffrey schaub reports the film wilder than wild premieres at the cinema international film festival a week from today that's next thursday kevin white and stephen most spent three years exploring a series of devastating california wildfires and it just completed their documentary i woke up on the morning leftover ninth smelled smoke and then everything changed the hour long failed now includes an extensive look at the north bay wildfires what's going on in the background of all of this is you have climate change kevin white says in one thousand nine hundred sixty four a fire similar in size and scope and location of the tubs fire struck santa rosa sonoma's santa rosa all of those areas have evolved with fire the difference we have two hundred thousand people living in places down stephen most is the documentaries writer producer the largest wildfires in this country eighty percent of them of the kurds is here two thousand white says forest management must improve another other major policy changes to this is everyone's challenge in berkeley jeffrey schaub kcbs the fcc may have done away with the obama era net neutrality regulations but a local leader is trying to bring them back kcbs is making goals be reports on the efforts of state senator scott wiener of san francisco the original one was more vague but this time says weiner the senate bill would bring back everything in two thousand fifteen obama era regulation it really just make sure that we're not seeing favoritism like who can pay more broadband providers should provide the on ramp onto the internet and should not be picking winners and losers in terms of.

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bury filmmakers have just completed a documentary on the north bay wildfires and they say there is a growing fed of devastation to california's urban areas kcbs is jeffrey shout reports the film wilder than wild premieres at the sonoma's international film festival beginning next thursday kevin white and stephen boasts spent three years exploring a series of devastating california wildfires and it just completed their documentary i woke up on the morning leftover overnight smelled smoke and then everything changed our long filled now includes an extensive look at the north bay wildfires what's going on in the background of all of this is you have climate change kevin white says in one thousand nine hundred sixty four a fire similar in size and scope and location of the tubs fire struck santa rosa sonoma's santa rosa all of those areas have evolved with fire the difference we have two hundred thousand people living in places down stephen most is the documentaries writer producer the largest wildfires in this country eighty percent of them of occurrences here two thousand white says forest management must improve and other major policy changes to this is everyone's challenge in berkeley jeffrey schaub kcbs the shoulders and some busy bay area freeways may soon open up to traffic kcbs has ma'am big the reports transit planners are considering the idea to get cars moving faster many freeways have room for cars on the shoulders although they are reserved for emergency and maintenance vehicles but traffic has gotten so bad brandy childress with the valley transportation authority says they're.

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"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey schaub" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Save how you doing their beautiful car isn't she yes what's the brave yeah 93 late lights at the office well plus tax of course 93 late nights my budget's smart like seventy rule let me talk to the bus he would i could do well other insurance companies jesse a car we see something he worked really hard far so why not give it the protection it deserves without he's never go listen for could but he says i keeping ninety late and some free air fresheners deal for state farm call an agent today those who cbs news time five forty three normally at this time of year grape vines in cinema in napa counties are dormant meaning they're pretty much resistant to cold or very wet weather accept this year as kcp as his jeffrey schaub reports from healdsburg many vines are butting prematurely and this week's freezing temperatures are a real threat john bucher says it hasn't been this cold in a decade but the owner of bucher vineyard says to understand how that affects his vines you have to reach back to earlier this month the concern we have right now is that we had a very unusual situation here in february where we had uh we had a relatively warm february the first a couple of weeks uh we are right or wrong tilt until a tent or twelve and then um and then it turned incredibly cold here it was so warm so early in the year it confused the vines they started budding at buds and temperatures in the 20s don't mix though freezin' and die off john and his workers have been using fans at nightime to try and keep the temperatures warmer and other methods to he says he won't know until late spring if his grapes have been affected enough to.

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