19 Burst results for "Jenna Laine"

"jenna laine" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer

Buccaneers Observer

08:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer

"Got a rookie in there instead of demar. Yeah so the. Tom brady is a command master in that pocket so i it's probably gonna be like that all year. We'll be lucky if we break twenty saxes. Here yeah there we go all right. We got for that game. You get a chance. Go checkout things. I found interesting. There's two videos up. One of them is almost ten minutes long in the second one. I think is five minutes long so half the content in this normally. I have two clips out normally. I have to really be selective as to what put in there with this when i was struggling. Binstock they're definitely not boring video. Well i'm glad you manage to find stuff very strange strange excited about this one coming out. I am to all right. Let's get some news and then we will talk about the game preview so we signed cyril grayson to the practice squad. After having waived him on tuesday. And i know yeah and in order to make room for him. We cut john hurst. So i'll come back sierra. I think john hurst is a rookie. He's one of the Undrafted free agents Antonio brown joined practice this week now. Wasn't he living with tom. Brady he was is he still living. As i don't know as far as i now it said Other reports on was that he had been living with. Tom brady from lincoln last week so i assume they're still living together. Which thompson a mansion. He could probably give tonio like a whole wing. You probably you probably have everybody in your income live with them. Places huge was thirty. Four thousand square a house. This derek deeter full. It's all we bought. A house was selling so he moved out. I think southbound one another stuff. Yeah you talked about it. Like i knew he was selling but i didn't know he had sold or tom brady moved down. You follow up her. I don't think so We'll colston tweeted that he was put on the cova reserve list although he had cove it in the off season he had been around somebody that had it here lately and he's tested negative but they still put them on the list. He anticipates being able to play on sunday. And i haven't heard anything to the. Contrary so i think he's all good to go bradley opinion this week. One the nfc special teams player of the week. So congratulations to him sir. Ryan suck up. I don't know why are you sure. Wait a minute push yeah. Why would it be brian. Bradley opinion rally getting together. Because i was thinking right duty. What suck up is done. Hasn't missed a field goal. I guess wait. I saw now. I don't i haven't even save a british shero saga. I'm sure that you're right as so terrible. Why do we even do then show anything. Wait a on. The i now. I retweeted anyway. Yes ryan suck up Kwan alexander was traded to the saints. He will not clear. Kobe protocols to be play this weekend but he will start practicing with them next week. Who's a quantum alexander. How did i get that one right. You're gonna love this one for several reasons. Jenna laine tweeted that shaq barrett has a new move that he's been practicing and then he's gonna use this weekend also. Yeah that's fantastic. I'm gonna be excited to see that. And now i wonder if he's totally made up. He's got some high now and specifically using it on a an offensive lineman on the saints. That's how i kinda just i got from it. I'm like he knows it'll work on these people. He saving it up per charles robinson who is an nfl reporter for yahoo sources. Say that if i will find the raiders five hundred thousand dollars an coach grooten one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Am stripped team of a sixth round draft. Pick because of the cova. Ed protocol violations related to trent browns positive test that week that we played them really. Yep that is definitely all that's happening. Yeah as deleted fine slash pick or due to being a repeat offender. Because i guess they had already spoken to the raiders. Before right yes right exactly. So yep cost the team half a million dollars causing jon gruden one hundred fifty thousand dollars and then they lost a six round draft pick so That's going to have. Yeah i think so too. But we're jonathan banks. Yes yeah i used to be cornerback for the thing of drafted by levies best. Shana preserves gauge how he is now. The secondary coach at new hope high school okay for has trojans the coastal this year. They didn't go as far as i wanted to. But found that interesting. That is interesting. Rick stroud tweeted that we are tied for the nfl. Lead in interceptions eleven. We had twelve total last year. So it's only we've played a game that we already have as many as we have last year and then carmen but tally said that we have sixty five points off a takeaways which is the second most in the league deborah's recorded at least one interception in the last seven games was been long tassels. We've been able to save sell off on. Yeah ah do you love it is. It is so much fun to have a good defense that can make plays like that. It's exciting exciting. Okay do you think we are more likely to get an interception or a sack against your brees interception. Yeah that's what i was thinking too. We can do the sack had to think about special. Check birth breaking out new. I like it's like a his debut in a new going. Be you put that you can see it. Yeah we're gonna look forward. Okay mommy to all right.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"ESPN radio's sports I'm Doug brown in a statement today the international Olympic committee says canceling the Summer Games in Tokyo is not on the agenda but the IOC also says it will decide on a possible postponement of the games sometime in the next four weeks right now the games are four months away set to open on July twenty fourth quarterback Brian Hoyer will join the New England Patriots for a third time he will sign a one year deal lawyer was cut by the colts on Saturday in the Tampa Bay times today a full page ad from patriots owner Robert Kraft thanking quarterback Tom Brady for twenty years and six Super Bowl titles but what not what is next for Jameis Winston who spent his first five years with the Buccaneers ESPN's Jeff Darlington I feel cold saying this but talking to one general manager Lee who actually has the needed the quarterback position you said the market for James feels to him ice cold and that that can be two full there's a number of different reasons for that situation right now first of all we should point out it only takes one team right out in the survey all thirty two general managers about what their plans are for James Winston so if one team plans aside and great ESPN's Jenna Laine reports the Buccaneers are restructuring tight end Cameron brate contract he has four years to go on a six year forty one million dollar deal the saints will re signed safety DJ swearinger to a one year contract running back Trey sermon.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Saturday night back on the ice for practice this afternoon our own papmehl Caro tweets from Winnipeg that Victor Olson was on the ice after leaving Saturday's game with an ankle injury and meanness all mark was also on the ice he has not played since January twenty eight savers in action tomorrow night against the jets at eight o'clock puck drop we will have pregame starting at seven here on WG arc to football NFL free agency is a couple of weeks away punch reports on the franchise tag today the Jaguars will use their franchise tag on defensive end Yannick and got away and got what to do this morning that he's played his last game for Jacksonville so we could be available for trade speaking of the jags ESPN's Dan Graziano report to the Jaguars want to go with Gardner Minshew as their starting quarterback and trade Nick Foles just one year after signing him to an eighty eight million dollar deal other franchise tag news multiple reports say the bangles will use the franchise tag on AJ green green will get eighteen and a half million dollars in twenty twenty if that's the case ESPN's Jenna Laine reports that the cowboys are expected to franchise take quarterback dak Prescott ended the Chargers will do the same with tight end hunter Henry sticking with football MMQB's Peter king reports that the Buccaneers are likely to move on from quarterback Jameis Winston ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports of the Browns would consider moving Odell Beckham if they were blown away in a trade offer and the Carolina Panthers looked like the beginning to tear things down the Panthers will not be picking up the option on defensive tackle Dontari Poe they won't be using the franchise tag on defensive back James Bradberry and Carolina reportedly has been shopping a five time Pro Bowl often to guard Trey Turner Turner is just twenty six years old he's been to the Pro Bowl every year of his career except.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"After winning the Superbowl hashtag QB's end of quote and his Dick is to is just too good to be true right if something seems too good to be true normally it is not Pappa homes that was so prophetic but it was not something that he tweeted and then printed out put on his wall he did and that sweet on his vision board or a tape to is mayor so we could see it every single morning or did it were you could see he is or where he did his offseason workouts it was none of that it was something he posted when he was trying to decide between playing football or baseball a truth be told like most tweets from most people he admits he does not even remember posting it as he told Jenna Laine quote I didn't even remember tweeting it it's came back out before the Superbowl for me it was just such an iconic thing something that was special then I want to do that and now I have and I'm here it's amazing when I won the game and they came up and told me had won the MVP it was amazing just to be able to say those words and to be here now I try to dream it and I tweeted it and I kinda spoke it into existence end quote impressive as hell he didn't just speak it into existence he tweeted it into existence in now might be the first positive thing anybody has said about Twitter in a long long long time now that doesn't mean that all of you should you start tweeting about how you want to go to Disney world right you want to say I'm going to Disney world I mean sure go ahead do it going to eat it but the way most of you are going to Disney world is by buying a ticket now when a Superbowl and certainly not winning a Super Bowl the way he did we play some of your worst football for fifty minutes and then some your best ever for ten because I'm guessing that none of you have the rocket arm the Pat has or the amazing with the beautiful mind or the physical and mental toughness them homes has homes come on now the actually my guessing it I'm not guessing and I'm saying and I know it you can tweet all you like but you aren't Patrick malls and you aren't going to tweak it into existence because Patrick my homes as we now know really is one of one there is only one guy like him and that's why you hear all that talk about this being the start of a new era in football already the conversation is shifting to how many more ratings is he going to win three for more now.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jennifer is working now on a documentary three days in paradox I just thought that they really represented a kind of resilience that I've seen in so many other survivors of the campfire lunch was seventy two with Jenna Laine I'm Jim Taylor KCBS preparing for fire it's part training part prevention KCBS is Scott look Terry reports from the Moraga hills where the fire department held a controlled burn today yeah the Moraga fire department clearing out some brush and we've while they get ready for this prescribed burn this is the first prescribed burn that we've done up here Michael Lacey is the incident commander up here for this prescribed burn we're doing a prescribed burn today for a couple things one to do some fuel reduction two for the opportunity for training for the opportunity for us to interact with the community to show our proficiency in the utilization of fire and for the opportunity to create an active fuel break from the homes that are up on top of this ridge so we've got a contingent of fire engines up here along the hillside in Moraga doing is prescribed burn about twenty fire personnel on scene as well fire danger up in the hills in around and through the community of Moraga is always very high this is one prescribed burn how how often you do that up here this is the first prescribed burn that we've done up here in Moraga Scott with Yuri KCBS governor Gavin Newsom indicates that he's eager to cap rent increases in California cloudy discuter has more from radio dot coms KNX in Los Angeles it is long overdue in the state of California speaking at an event in Los Angeles Newsome said he's hoping to get a red cap bill on his desk in the very near term there is one making its way through the state legislature that would cap annual rent hikes seven percent plus the regional cost of living increase with some exceptions until twenty twenty three it would also require just cause for addictions Newsome says he thinks San Francisco assemblyman David use legislation can be improved I think we can we can take it another notch up but I'm I'm encouraged by the progress we working very closely something number but out we've got more a little bit more work to do on the California apartment association which represents landlords is opposing the bill that's cloudy persecutor president trump is not letting up on his attacks on the federal reserve calling for substantial rate cuts to allow the dollar to fall in value against foreign currencies trump said the feds high level of interest rates in comparison to other countries is keeping the dollar too strong and making it more difficult for US manufacturers to compete the fed reduced its key policy rate by a quarter point last week.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Done in my name current Kendrick says this problem is not going away unless I think the solution is to address and look at the root cause why are so many people fleeing in Central America and Africa and Asia coming up through Mexico it's because they're refugees from climate crisis and economic crises that our country is directly contributing to such as cutting aid to Central America Edwin Carmona cruise says he believes ice began making arrests last Sunday the reason why we believe that ice has already started these operations is in part because of allies like you a community organizer is across the bay area that have made it logistically impossible for ice to dip in math all of our community members in San Francisco about Butler KCBS another sanctuary city is taking a stand against the widely anticipated immigration crackdown this weekend KCBS is Jenna lane reports from San Francisco city hall mayor London breed was surrounded by dozens of city leaders and immigrant advocates as she reiterated that San Francisco does not cooperate with immigration enforcement assemblyman David Chu jointer Mr trump and to the department that is coming after our families if you wanna come after them you're gonna have to come through all of us Marcellus bars overseas San Francisco's rapid response hotline for immigrants she said the word raid brings to mind what I say jins did during the last administration today ice's operations are a lot more covert they conduct extensive surveillance and wait outside of people's homes and wait for them to come out or to let them inside and then conduct collateral arrests and that is why people need to be prepared and know that they do not have to open the door that hotline has seen a steep increase in calls from immigrants wanting to know their rights just in the last few weeks in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS federal appeals court has given the trump administration a rare legal win in its efforts to crack down on sanctuary cities in a two to one decision yesterday the ninth US circuit court of appeals said the justice department was within its rights to give priority status for multi million dollar community policing grants the department said agreed to cooperate with immigrant immigration officials yesterday's ruling overturns a nationwide injunction issued by a federal judge in Los Angeles the court said awarding extra points in the application process to cities that cooperate was consistent with the goals of the grant program created by Congress federal courts have blocked.

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San Francisco leaders speak out ahead of expected immigration raids

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

San Francisco leaders speak out ahead of expected immigration raids

"Later good afternoon I'm Rebecca chorale here's what's happening another sanctuary city is taking a stand against the widely anticipated immigration crackdown this weekend KCBS is generally reports from San Francisco city hall mayor London breed was surrounded by dozens of city leaders and immigrant advocates as she reiterated that San Francisco does not cooperate with immigration enforcement assemblyman David Chu jointer Mr trump and to the department that is coming after our families if you want to come after them you're gonna have to come through all of us Marcellus bars overseas San Francisco's rapid response hotline for immigrants she said the word raid brings to mind what I say jins did during the last administration today ice's operations are a lot more covert they conduct extensive surveillance and wait outside of people's homes and wait for them to come out or to let them inside and then conduct collateral arrests and that is why people need to be prepared and know that they do not have to open the door that hotline has seen a steep increase in calls from immigrants wanting to know their rights just in the last few weeks in San Francisco Jenna Laine

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"MTA officials said the agency probably honors the LGBTQ community but they also worry that changing the long standing color scheme could be confusing for tourists and people who don't speak English in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS Google acknowledging reports of people working for contractors have been listening to recordings of customers using Google home speakers and Edward smart phones a report from a Belgian public broadcasting company said the audio recordings have the potential to disclose sensitive information like names and addresses the report also said Google sometimes allows its devices to record voices even when customers are not actually using the Google assistant out Google says he uses language experts to listen to a small percentage of what he called audio snippets to improve the system's understanding of different languages accents and dialects in an effort to help ease the housing crisis in the bay area local non profits in the South Bay have come together to form what they're calling and shared housing program KCBS is Jennifer Hodges tells us how it works the program aims to pair people together people like a running the water she reached out to Catholic charities because she's in a wheelchair had no heat in our home and a hard time getting in and out of her bathroom she had all the repairs done and now will be getting a roommate thanks to the shared housing program Brandon I'm me because you don't feel like can you bring us train your people water says it's a win win they help and they really have their own bathroom their own room their laundry and I'm the dust gonna help me for my mortgage to pay my mortgage Dan ever Tennessee associate director of rebuilding together Silicon Valley they've teamed up with Catholic charities in order to make the program happen.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And out of the state this takes them away from their coaches their grandma's there on to use their teachers the people who can really be that rock and so we're taking away a lot of the great things in their life by moving them out of the city and it was really important to them that we found a way to keep them in their community the housing and other services should be available starting this winter in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS a one year old is safe after an amber alert was put out for his whereabouts now police say they found the baby traveling with his mom and grandmother in southern California shortly after the alert was issued police say the mother does not have legal custody of the child and was on a supervised visit when she pulled a knife on a welfare worker and left with the child police later later arrested both the mother and the grandmother the US women's national soccer team is fresh off another World Cup championship in France parading along the streets of New York early yesterday and KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us they have some young support here in San Francisco on the issue of equal pay thirteen year old Cora cost incoming freshmen at Lowell high school thanks enough about men and women earning the same paycheck but she painted on her face for the semi finals and finals in Leone hash tag equal pay now she loved the matches and loves the team says they're real role models on top of being awesome athletes well they do obviously have a very deep bench and they're just like such an amazing team they play so well together and they're just so fun to watch Louise Davidson show me a professor of political science at the university of Miami college of arts and sciences says things may be changing off the pitch this World Cup really goes far to change people's perceptions about what women sports can do and can be she says one thing really surprised her marketers have really dropped the ball I think there's a huge demand for for merchandise that reflects that this team in San Francisco Tim Ryan KCBS okay moving forward to shut down a homeless encampment behind the food failed home depot the city council voted to close the street behind the home improvement store to fight problems like with homelessness including crime and illegal dumping home people has been asking the city to remove the homeless in cabin from the area and it did agree to pay for a fence to block the street an exotic insect that could wreak havoc has turned up in Palo alto KCBS is Kerry who said reports officials trap to peach fruit flies in neighborhood trees these flies are known to attack peaches and more than fifty other types of fruits and vegetables Joe did any as the agricultural commissioner of Santa Clara county tropical pass that comes from Sri Lanka Philippines Taiwan area so how it got here I don't know he says to mail fruit flies were detected in residential neighborhoods in Palo alto over the last two weeks there now working with San Mateo county officials to a radically the pass in hopes of stopping the spread they now plan to squirt pesticide in fruit trees to attract male flies some of the material in jest I'm about finances and a fall to the ground dead so when we eliminate the mails from the population we can prevent the population from growing all the flights can do serious damage to our agriculture which is why he says it's important when traveling not to bring home plants or food that may contain harmful pests don't bring things from other countries or ship things from other countries we have a lot of agriculture in California we want to protect carried a sack KCBS.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"From their coach as their grandma's there on to use their teachers the people who can really be that rock and so we're taking away a lot of the great things in their life by moving them out of the city and it was really important to them that we found a way to keep them in their community the housing and other services should be available starting this winter in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS the never ending dispute over equal pay for women heated up this week with the U. S. women's soccer team took home the World Cup championship KCBS reporter Tim Ryan how's the perspective of experts and fans Louise Davidson show me professor of political science at the university of Miami college of arts and sciences has studied the issue men's soccer is certainly a much more revenue generator that women's soccer that's why the men's pay out for what in the world cups almost forty million dollars and for the women's World Cup its four million U. S. women maybe celebrating Sunday's big victory in France but their lawsuit against the U. S. soccer federation claiming unfair wages continues and they have this young fan on their side thirteen year old core costs to San Francisco who would have them on in the semi finals and finals with face paint reading hash tag equal pay now it just doesn't seem fair because like as far as I'm concerned why would you pay them less just because they're women these women says Cora great role models in sport and in life her favorite Carli Lloyd are making rapid no but I mean Tobin heath they're all really great Tim Ryan PCBS just ahead on KCBS despite major recent wildfires North.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Child abuse or neglect learn from confessions has failed in the assembly the law already requires California clergy to report abuse but there's an exception for clergy who if they learned about it from a confession senator Jerry hill of San Matteo had authored a bill that would have removed the exception only if the conversation involved other clergy members or co workers the bill passed the Senate but did not have enough support to pass the assembly the bay area companies trying to keep up with demand now that plastic straw bands are taking effect in several California cities KCBS is generally reports on the alternative products consumers are starting to use by some estimates Americans use five hundred million straws a day the revolt against the plastic ones that contribute to pollution has been gaining steam Seattle band them a year ago Washington DC followed in January and as of July first San Francisco join the last in Petaluma a company called world centric is trying to keep up with demand for alternatives vice president mark there knows he understands consumers may have a hard time adjusting I'm gonna use it that joke on you because I'm a dad paper straws sock they really didn't know but he says they are getting better I would really challenge anybody to go out there and tell me if there is any petroleum based or wood fiber products that have so much better performance that it justifies cutting a tree down the takes fifty two hundred years to regenerate or pumping oil out of the ground it's a precious limited resource it's not only lawmakers driving change in the world of plastic straws corporations including Starbucks have pledged to get rid of them altogether by next year Jenna Laine KCBS reporter's notebook with David I'm on assignment in Seattle today I'll have more to share with you.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Work and in real time collecting samples where possible on site when that fire events are happening and maybe combining that with environmental sampling of air and soil she hopes it could lead to learning about the general public's toxic exposure during wildfires as well in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS the San Francisco board of supervisors is voting to place an affordable housing bond on the November ballot mayor London breed who has made creating housing in San Francisco a landmark of her first time in office just the city is in a housing crisis that is pushing out it's low and middle income residents this six hundred million dollar bond measure would add twenty eight hundred affordable housing units to the city's pipeline in the next four years the housing units would serve vulnerable residents such as seniors formerly homeless veterans educators and families nurses walked informal picket lines at two San Francisco hospitals yesterday KCBS Tim Reid reports from good Samaritan hospital in San Jose worry says nurses have two complaints with contract negotiations obviously not going well about seventy five nurses and their supporters mostly wearing wed March fourth several hours outside of good Sam and also across the city and regional Medical Center Melinda marker which is president of California nurses association and she claims that nurses here are being over worked and be able to have enough staff for nurses can actually get the breaks and lunches so they can safely take care of the patients when you're tired and have any nor haven't.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And again this is very preliminary we saw that mercury levels more firefighters in the deployed group had elevated mercury levels compared to the firefighters or not the study had some limitations chiefly that it didn't begin until a few weeks after the fire but researchers will have chances to follow up in future wildfires I think this data really justifies doing more field work and in real time collecting samples where possible on site when that fire events are happening and maybe combining that with environmental sampling of air and soil she hopes it could lead to learning about the general public's toxic exposure during wildfires as well in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS governor Newsome is finished with her half way at least getting his plan approved to stabilize California utility companies and cover the cost of future wildfires KCBS is Doug sovereigns of the measure has cleared the state Senate the assembly will vote on Thursday the bill co authored by state senator bill dot of nafta would create a wildfire emergency fund paid for in part by a two dollar and fifty cents monthly surcharge on your utility bill doing nothing it's not an option if we sit idly by utility rates could double under the status quo DOT insist this is not a utility bailout but one of his constituents William Abrams who lost his home in the tubs fire testified against the bill complaining it's full of loopholes this Christmas tree for utilities has too many ornaments on it there is less oversight and less accountability in this bill the governor Newsom told KCBS the bill does hold the utilities accountable and will force them to improve wildfire prevention measures if they want to tap into that potentially twenty one billion dollar fund in the future it's all about safety we focus on deep reforms at P. Jeannie we tie compensation to safety and we put a time line and a date I'm getting them out of bankruptcy as a predicate for entering an engaging with any of these fund alternatives governor wants the bill on his desk by Friday Doug sovereign KCBS a group calling itself take back big server erected a large sign on the big city bridge.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Events a lead to higher levels of chemical exposures in those firefighters that are actually deployed to those events compare to firefighters that or not and also compared to the general population in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS a twenty six year old Pacific command is pleading not guilty to charges for two murders along skyline Boulevard last month and is seeking to represent himself my lake does he is accused of stabbing to death thirty two year old Abdul Malick Gnasher that was on June seventeenth and thirty one year old John sealed Beaky Pocky on the next day the San Mateo county sheriff's department says dokey eski is rather does ski is allegedly lured the victims a taxi driver and a tow truck driver to the area and stab them deputies arrested him at the scene of the second homicide he has pled not guilty to the charges and he has indicated a desire to represent himself if he remains in custody let's have a tail state senator has put on hold a bill that would have required clergy to report knowledge of child abuse or neglect from their co workers even if they learn about it in confession state law requires clergy to report knowledge of child abuse and neglect but there's an exception for those who learned about it from a confession senator Jerry hill of San Matteo had authored a bill that would remove the exemption only if the conversation involved other clergy members or co workers just ahead on KCBS a number of homeless people living in San Francisco it varies dramatically depending on how they were counted time now nine await we are forced to travel here is the first report for the nine o'clock hour and Jerry Brown looks like you were getting things cleared up on the bay bridge just a brief delay eastbound as you cross the island after at that it's all good at the speed limit Richmond San Rafael bridge road work now just jamming up the those so he's found five eighty lanes from San Quentin all the way over to the toll plaza in the east for free right getting at Caltrans attention tonight through el Sereno between a patrol and Berit Avenue very slow traffic right now and now we're getting word of the problem in San Leandro it's an accident southbound eight eighty a little bit before marina car into a semi truck and they've made it over to the right hand shoulder we're waiting for signs of delays in the Santa Cruz mountains keep hearing Caltrans talking about north bound seventeen where they played to be working between the summit and read what is stays so far though no delays your next traffic updated nine eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS car I cherry and let's check that forecast coastal or bay fog overnight to partly cloudy skies inland and the temperatures will be in the fifties to the low sixties for.

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Companies try to keep up with demand for non-plastic straws

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Companies try to keep up with demand for non-plastic straws

"A bear a company is trying to keep up with demand now that the plastic straw bands are taking effect in several California states KCBS generating reports one day reports on the consumer products that are being made by some estimates Americans use five hundred million straws a day the revolt against the plastic ones that contribute to pollution has been gaining steam Seattle band them a year ago Washington DC followed in January and as of July first San Francisco joined the list in Petaluma a company called world centric is trying to keep up with demand for alternatives vice president mark Barron knows he understands consumers may have a hard time adjusting I'm gonna use it that joke on you because I'm a dad paper straws sock they really didn't know but he says they are getting better I would really challenge anybody to go out there and tell me if there is any petroleum based or wood fiber products that have so much better performance that it justifies cutting a tree down the takes fifty two hundred years to regenerate or pumping oil out of the ground it's a precious limited resource it's not only lawmakers driving change in the world of plastic straws corporations including Starbucks have pledged to get rid of them altogether by next year Jenna Laine

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Time collecting samples where possible on site when that fire events are happening and maybe combining that with environmental sampling of air and soil she hopes it could lead to learning about the general public's toxic exposure during wildfires as well in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS Marriott says it will fight at one hundred and twenty three million dollar fine from the UK government related to its massive data breach Marriott announced last November that data from as many as five hundred million gas it Starwood hotels have been compromised by unauthorized access dating back to a twenty fourteen in January the Bethesda Maryland company revised that figure to three hundred and twenty three million guests and sat around twenty five million passport numbers may have been compromised the company has alerted has alerted the affected customers well governor Newsome classes table lies the state's utilities and help cover the cost of future wildfires and it's half way home KCBS political reporter Doug Simon says the major has cleared the state Senate and the assembly is expected to vote on the bill on Thursday the bill co authored by state senator bill dot of napa would create a wildfire emergency fund paid for in part by a two dollar and fifty cents monthly surcharge on your utility bill doing nothing is not an option if we sit idly by utility rates could double under the status quo DOT insist this is not a utility bailout but one of his constituents William Abrams who lost his home in the tubs fire testified against the bill complaining it's full of loopholes this Christmas tree for utilities has too many ornaments on it there is less oversight and less accountability in this bill the governor Newsom told KCBS the bill does hold the utilities accountable and will force them to improve wildfire prevention measures if they want to tap into that potentially twenty one billion dollar fund in the future it's all about safety we focus on deep reforms at P. Jeannie we tie compensation to safety and we put a time line and a date I'm getting them out of bankruptcy as a predicate for entry in an engaging with any of these fund alternatives governor wants the bill on his desk by Friday Doug sovereign KCBS he said it's a twenty four times with the money news from Bloomberg here's Jeff Ballenger the blue chips trim their losses ahead of the closing bell but still closed a tenth of a percent lower the.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jenna Laine KCBS governor Newsome's wildfire bill which is beefing up safety requirements for the state's utilities faces a much tougher fight in the assembly this week KCBS political reported of sovereign says the sweeping measure has already been approved by the state Senate the Senate passed the bill co authored by state senator build out of napa who defended against fierce criticism make no mistake this is not a utility bail out it's already paid your bail out that's not how William Abrams who lost his home in the tubs fire season breaks my heart there are many people who are affected by the fires that they need the money but I cannot in good conscious support the bill on the backs of future wildfires survivors and that's what this study the bill would create a huge fund maybe topping twenty one billion dollars to cover the cost of future wildfires bait in part by a two dollar and fifty cent monthly utility bill surcharge but governor Newsom told KCBS P. Jeannie and the other major utilities would have to commit to new prevention and safety measures to access that money and corporate compensation would be tied to their safety record this is the best approach in absence of doing anything the rate payers taxpayers and the victims are going to be most impacted we need to protect the rate payers we need to protect the taxpayers and the victims the assembly is expected to debate and vote on this plan Thursday Doug sovereign KCBS the twenty six year old Pacific a man charged with killing a taxi driver and a tow truck operator is pleading not guilty to the charges that McHale prosecutors say Malek Malick does equity is accused of luring and stabbing to death thirty two year old Abdul Malek Nasher when deputies who were called to the scene just off the skyline Boulevard on June seventeenth arrived they came across thirty one year old John C. own be Kiki package back to keep back again suffered from a stab wound he later died does agree entered the not guilty plea and then does it indicated a desire to represent himself in court he remains on a no bail status and trustees for the Dixie school district in San Rafael will vote on a new name for the one hundred fifty year old school district critics have linked the old name to the confederacy and slavery there are four possibilities to choose from Miller creek laurel creek creek side and the candidate school district they will also choose a new name for the district's old elementary school from the Dixie elementary to either big rock Lucas valley or creek side the name change issue as pitted parents against others for months and generated heated debates in San Rafael we'll just add on KCBS the co defendant imago ship trial was on the stand again in an open courtroom yes this time now seven away we are forced to traffic.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Again this is very preliminary we saw that mercury levels more firefighters in the deployed group had elevated mercury levels compared to the firefighters that were not to play the study had some limitations chiefly that it didn't begin until a few weeks after the fire but researchers will have chances to follow up in future wildfires I think this data really justifies doing more field work and in real time collecting samples where possible on site when that fire events are happening and maybe combining that with environmental sampling of air and soil she hopes it could lead to learning about the general public's toxic exposure during wildfires as well in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS well speaking of wildfires governor nuisance plan to stabilize the state's utilities and help cover the cost of future wild fires is halfway home KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign says measures cleared the state Senate and the assembly is expected to vote on the bill Thursday the bill co authored by state senator bill dot of nafta would create a wildfire emergency fund paid for in part by a two dollar and fifty cents monthly surcharge on your utility bill doing nothing it's not an option if we sit idly by utility rates could double under the status quo DOT insist this is not a utility bailout but one of his constituents William Abrams who lost his home in the tubs fire testified against the bill complaining it's full of loopholes this Christmas tree for utilities has too many ornaments on it there is less oversight and less accountability in this bill the governor Newsom told KCBS the bill does hold the utilities accountable and will force them to improve wildfire prevention measures if they want to tap into that potentially twenty one billion dollar fund in the future it's all about safety we focus on deep reforms at P. Jeannie we tie compensation to safety and we put a time line and a date of getting them out of bankruptcy as a predicate for entering in an engaging with any of these fund alternatives governor wants the bill on his desk by Friday Doug sovereign KCBS just ahead on KCBS next year's premium increase for covered California the lowest in five years we've got to CBS traffic.

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"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"jenna laine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"She hopes it could lead to learning about the general public's toxic exposure during wildfires as well in San Francisco Jenna Laine KCBS governor nuisance planned to D. stored rather to stabilize the state's utilities and help cover the cost of future of wildfires is now halfway home KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign says the measure is cleared the state Senate and the assembly is expected to vote on that bill on Thursday the bill co authored by state senator bill dot of nafta would create a wildfire emergency fund paid for in part by a two dollar and fifty cents monthly surcharge on your utility bill doing nothing it's not an option if we sit idly by utility rates could double under the status quo DOT insist this is not a utility bailout but one of his constituents William Abrams who lost his home in the tubs fire testified against the bill complaining it's full of loopholes this Christmas tree for utilities has too many ornaments on it there is less oversight and less accountability in this bill governor Newsom told KCBS the bill does hold the utilities accountable and will force them to improve wildfire prevention measures if they want to tap into that potentially twenty one billion dollar fund in the future it's all about safety we focus on deep reforms at P. Jeannie we tie compensation to safety and we put a time line and a date I'm getting them out of bankruptcy as a predicate for entering in an engaging with any of these fund alternatives governor wants the bill on his desk by Friday Doug sovereign KCBS etcetera as a teenager was killed last week when the driver of the vehicle she was and lost control and went over a stick it but steep embankment and Santa Rosa's fire ravaged fountain Grove neighborhood KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports area residents say they're very upset because teenagers are holding large nighttime parties in open spaces and housing lots Lauren DS already lost his family's home in the fire now he fears for their safety DS says he and neighbors have repeatedly contacted police after teenagers and young adults held walk it's night time party there's been crime lot of drinking.

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