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Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

KCBS Radio Weekend News

02:50 min | Last week

Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

"President Trump has been acquitted by the Senate for inciting a riot at the Capitol Senate voted 57 to 43 that former president was guilty falling short, though of the two thirds majority needed. To solidify his impeachment. After the vote, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told the Senate that the president did incite the mob leader of the free world cannot spend weeks thundering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then fame surprised when people believe him and do reckless things. But he says he voted not guilty because he doesn't believe a president can be found guilty if not in office. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took him to task by saying House managers were ready to deliver to the impeachment articles to the Senate. Ah, week after the insurrection, But McConnell shut down the Senate, so that couldn't happen. Mostly also lashed out at Senate Republicans for suggesting the president could be censured, saying they were afraid to defend their job. These cowardly senators who couldn't face up to what the president did. What was it stake for our country are now gonna have a chance to give a little slap on the wrist. We sent your people for using station average for the wrong purpose. We don't send your people for inciting insurrections that kills people in the capital. As far is when it comes to the former president's role in the GOP Republican campaign strategist Bob Gardner offers this. I think it's going to be a very diminishing as time goes on. He's still a force in the party. There's still he still has his base. But you know, it's really kind of out of sight out of mind. He's not even on Twitter anymore. And he will do rallies and Hill maybe have his own talk show or even his own network. But I just don't think that he's gonna have the same effect on the party that he has. For the last five years. There was plenty of back and forth during the impeachment trial, as we hear from KCBS is Jennifer Hodges. From a legal standpoint, I think the president's defense attorneys have really not done Even decent job. But despite that the Senate has voted to acquit. This is not the end of the president's legal troubles. Jessica Levinson is a professor at Loyola Law School, She says the trial has been a roller coaster. We started the day thinking that there would be a vote. To acquit by the end of the day, and I think we're gonna end the day with a vote to acquit, And that is what happened after initially deciding at least one witness would be called. It was announced The trial would continue with no witnesses, but rather statements would be submitted. Levinson says. More than likely the former president will be back in court. At some point on the state level. There could be investigations into the Trump Organization. His businesses and elections prod. Jennifer Hajis

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Supreme Court blocks enforcement of some California COVID-19 rules for churches

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court blocks enforcement of some California COVID-19 rules for churches

"KCBS it is being called a victory for the faithful. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports. The Spring Court has ruled against the state of California's ban on indoor gatherings for church services. WHO churches sued challenging California's total ban on indoor worship services and the Supreme Court ruled in their favor. I can't say it's a surprise because we know that this court In particular, now is very, very open to claims of religious discrimination. Rory Little is with you See Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. You know this was a concerted effort if you want to put it that way to challenge restrictions on religion. Not so much because California's air so bad but because across the country religious organizations, they're pushing these sorts of claims. Attorneys for the church argued they were unfairly targeted, pointing to retail stores and malls staying open. But little says that's apples and oranges. When you consider the places where people linger like museums or movie theaters

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Supreme Court says California cannot ban indoor church services

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court says California cannot ban indoor church services

"A victory for the faithful. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says. The Supreme Court has ruled against the state of California's ban on indoor gatherings for church services to churches sued, challenging California's total ban on indoor worship services, and the Supreme Court ruled in their favor. I can't say it's a surprise because we know that this court In particular, now is very, very open to claims of religious discrimination. Rory Little is with you See Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. You know this was a concerted effort if you want to put it that way to challenge restrictions on religion. Not so much because California's air so bad but because across the country religious organizations, they're pushing these sorts of claims. Attorneys for the church argued they were unfairly targeted, pointing to retail stores and malls staying open. But little says that's apples and oranges. When you consider the places where people linger like museums or movie theaters are still closed.

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California becomes first state to surpass 2 million COVID-19 cases

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 2 months ago

California becomes first state to surpass 2 million COVID-19 cases

"Becomes the first state to mark two million Cove in 19 cases, hospitals are struggling to keep up with sick patients. KCBS is, Jennifer Hodges says. In Santa Cruz County health officials have announced that ICU beds are full, not only our beds full, but local hospitals are at capacity. Unfortunately, we're dealing with a large outbreak. Jason Happiness with the county they've seen close to 80 covert desk, the majority of those in skilled nursing facilities. Recently opened a new testing site to accommodate those in need. It behooves us to get his many people was tested as possible, especially We're seeing the numbers that we are with hospital staffing. Also in maximum capacity, the county is urging residents to stay home for the holiday. Santa Clara County public health officer Dr Sarah Cody reminding people where family is concerned, maybe justice likely to be able to spread the virus as anyone else and that's why in any setting Staying outdoors and wearing a face covering is the safest. The county is gearing up for what they're calling surge on surge because of possible Christmas gatherings. Jennifer Hodges, KCBS in

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CDC advisory group recommends next COVID-19 vaccinations for front-line essential workers, older adults

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:04 min | 2 months ago

CDC advisory group recommends next COVID-19 vaccinations for front-line essential workers, older adults

"Healthcare workers on the front lines now have a better chance of getting the cove in 19 vaccine. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports. That's because of the final approval of the vaccine from Madonna. So what does the approval of the Madonna Cove in 19 vaccine actually mean for frontline health care workers with the majority disapproval? It just means that Okay, Workers at the front lines will be able to get the vaccine sooner than anticipated. Peter Chan Hong is a professor of medicine and infectious disease specialist at UCSF. Both the Fizer and Madonna vaccines involved two doses. So can they be replaced? Swapped out if you will, one for the other with the second dose some of the medicines you can cross things, but not in the case of vaccines because Your body a little specific immune response to the message that the vaccine is delivering, and that message is slightly different from one product to the other. The Madonna vaccine is expected to arrive in states all around the country by Monday. Jennifer Hodges KCBS. The

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Jennifer Hodges Hospital employees and the front of the line when it comes to the cove in 19 vaccine. Does that mean they'll take advantage of it? And Joe Biden's Cabinet appointees are bringing some noticeable changes to the typical faces seen among past presidents, inner circles. Good morning. I'm Melissa Call Ross Case. CBS News Time. 8 31 CBS News brief The Senate's back to work on a covert stimulus bill, but it has controversial items, including Republican backed provision. Wind down the Federal Reserve's emergency lending power during the pandemic. Some Senate Democrats accused Republicans of trying to insert a poison pill in the bill. Correspondent Chip Reid. Modern is covert vaccine becomes the second toe earn FDA approval Chief medical correspondent Dr John Leboeuf to have two vaccines authorized Less than a year after the genetic code of the virus was published, is absolutely a technological tour De Force Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is the first top Trump administration officials publicly blame Russia for that massive cyberattack more from CBS is Catherine Herridge. Sources say the hackers could have roam free in unclassified systems and impersonated high level officials seeking classified information. CBS News Brief I'm Steve Dorsey Case. CBS News time 8 32 Hospital employees are among the first in line to receive the cove in 19 vaccine, but it's KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports. That doesn't mean they all will be lining up to get the shots. Just like the general population. Not every hospital worker wants to be first in line right now. It's it's a bit of a moving target. Ken West, CEO of Regional Medical Center in San Jose, is referring to the number of hospital employees who want a vaccine. They sent out. A survey to find out West didn't reveal the actual numbers, but it's safe to assume not everyone's on board. Dr Terrebonne Goler is regionals chief medical officer. It doesn't mean that we stop.

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Oakland A's announce positive virus test, game vs. Houston Astros postponed

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Oakland A's announce positive virus test, game vs. Houston Astros postponed

"In Houston Astros had to cancel our game today after someone within the A's organization tested positive for the Corona virus. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says the ayes have not indicated if it was a player or staff member. The ayes had conducted testing for the entire traveling team and staff when the positive case was discovered. Allens that they face is making sure that the disease does not spread through the rest of the A's. Dr. Zachary Benny is an epidemiologist with the Oxford College of Emory University. He says Major League Baseball has already seen two large outbreaks, but the recent cases they did manage to get under control, so it's a little hard to know what Caused two teams have really bad outbreaks in two teams to be able to contain them. But well, we'll have to see the A's air. Now the 11th MLB team with a covert related postponement. What they need to do now is if they want to be cautious. They probably need to postpone the games for the A's for the next few days, maybe 45 days, which is what we saw. With New York Mets and with the Cincinnati Reds. Jennifer

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Man arrested after wallet stolen from California firefighter battling wildfires

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Man arrested after wallet stolen from California firefighter battling wildfires

"A firefighter who came out or from out of town to battle this easy, you wildfire in Santa Cruz County, and then he returned to his truck to find that it had been broken into and his wallet stolen. Yeah, Okay. CBS's Jennifer Hodges says an arrest has been made in the case. It took just two days after the suspect was caught on video using the firefighters credit cards for an arrest to be made this happen to a man that came into our community to help us Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart says A tip was called in, and investigators went to the Santa Cruz County home of Brian Johnson. Our investigators sat down with Mr Johnson. And clearly, he did not realize when he used this fire fighters credit card. What he was getting himself into. Brian Johnson is now facing four felony charges,

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Some Coronavirus Patients Don't Sense Their Alarmingly Low Oxygen Levels

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Some Coronavirus Patients Don't Sense Their Alarmingly Low Oxygen Levels

"Still important to check in with your doctor or local health officials because, in some cases, it could be more serious than you think. The reason that's so important is that with coverted there may be a hypoxia a level of oxygen that's very Low, and it's not felt by the person Santa Cruz County public health officer Dr Gale Newell in medicine. We call those happy hypoxic CE s O. They don't know that their oxygen levels in their body are low with this particular disease, And so they say, they don't feel short of breath until until it's really too late to treat. Dr Newell says. That's all the more reason to touch base with health officials. If you do get a positive diagnosis Jennifer Hodges, KCBS. Well, you can't track the

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Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence

"Trump has commuted the sentence of one of his longtime friends. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges tells us Roger Stone was just days away from reporting to a federal prison to serve his time. The president has commuted the sentences of just 10 people, and in this case, Roger Stone said, basically after he was convicted. Oh, I could have testified against the president, but I didn't So I should be pardoned, indicating that he had information about the president that he knew would be damaging. Rory Little, is a professor at UC Hastings College of the Law. Stone was convicted of seven felonies, including lying to federal investigators, but the president said the Russian investigation was baseless. And without that stone wouldn't be facing any thing at all.

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U.S. Unemployment Rate Fell to 11.1% in June

KCBS Radio Weekend News

03:41 min | 8 months ago

U.S. Unemployment Rate Fell to 11.1% in June

"Report, released this week went beyond expectations, with the unemployment rate falling to just above 11%. But not everyone gets to see that silver lining for more case. CBS's Jennifer Hodges spoke with George No. Chetty. Morgan Stanley Financial adviser. Did these numbers mean that the economy is Ah, I guess you could say, roaring back or now. Well 4.8 million jobs reported is an historic record. We have never had that much job growth in one moment and the part of month we're up over two million, so you take the two months together, and it looks like a V shaped recovery. Very quick Recession. And a very quick uptick even though we're not there yet we are increasing and adding ah, number of jobs. But the unemployment rate, which is interesting, also has fallen to about 11%. That's really good, down from about 19%. However, the recovery has really been uneven, especially for people of color it's been and even the white unemployment rate is about 10% and the black unemployment rate is 15% so we still have a big big disparity. I'm really high unemployment in the areas of people of color. Who else has affected in terms of those differences like you mentioned as faras that not being even across the board anyone else that's or any sector if you will, That's kind of unusually still hit hard. The first group that's really been hit by this are the hourly workers and people with lower pay. Those are the ones that have been first in this in this recession. And so they have really struggled the most. But if you look at sectors if you look restaurants And hospitality That's been the largest hit and so in this job's report, they're the ones that have come back first to some extent, about 740,000 new jobs created on the retail side. Education and health services have added about 568,000 last month Manufacturing, which is good added about 365,000 but we still have a lot of people that are on unemployment. But if the jobs keep kicking up, that'll be good. Now the only thing that will hurt us in terms of adding more people to the job roles will be covert 19. That's really the wild card here. If the numbers keep increasing That will double delay consumer confidence people getting out there wanting to shop money to buy things more people will will not get jobs because of that, so we really have to manage covert 19. And make sure that we're you know, we're in a mask, washing her hands and distancing ourselves so that we could get people back to work and get the economy going. I can't remember George, where I read it yesterday, But I read a piece yesterday talking about unemployment, and they were saying that Ah Things were starting to improve, but that more and more people are losing jobs permanently like so a lot of furloughed people are finding that they're going back. But there are quite a few people that are losing their jobs permanently. That's true in a post Kobe 19 environment, Uh, work is different jobs as we know that are really changing right now and so. Some of the jobs Aaron transition there reinventing themselves. Um, but more people are coming back to work and jobs will change and that'll create other opportunities as we go forward. But right now, after jobs fell off a cliff in the middle of February, we're seeing a big uptick in jobs being created. So that's all good. But this recession will take time We're looking at. Probably not until 2021 that we start to see employment numbers, you know, really, really come down not to where they were. Probably in the 56% range down from the 11% right now. That's George No Chetty. Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor, a

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San Jose Fire Department Seeks New Recruits Despite Pandemic Problems

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

San Jose Fire Department Seeks New Recruits Despite Pandemic Problems

"San Jose fire department looking for some new recruits beginning next month KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says the department is anticipating a good response despite the ongoing pandemic we need to maintain our staffing levels captain Mitch Matlow is with sandals a fire they currently have just over seven hundred firefighters serving the entire city but a new recruiting class is expected in July the date is to be determined right now but we don't anticipate any shortage of applicants at this time Eric array with the sound of the fire department says they don't really worry about it turn out because people are typically attracted to sandals they fire again we're a big city we have a lot of diverse terrain in areas that we respond to so we do see applicants from across the U. S. how many firefighters will actually be high fired will depend on the city's budget which has been ravaged by the

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jennifer Hodges KCBS ever wish you could swap all the mosquitoes in the world at once your dream may soon become reality I'm retarded disagree here minutes we humans have successfully modified genes and domestic plants and animals since the foundation of agriculture but never has our success in this way carried over into the wild for better or for worse some may argue but whether you like it or not and emerging technology called gene drives may be used to potentially spread particular genomic alterations through targeted wild populations over many generations miscue does our example of a target species fit for modification or in most cases decimation end of the versatile genome editing tool called CRISPR makes it possible here's how gene drives work the trans genic mosquito has an altered gene inserted into one of its chromosomes designed to prevent its offspring for producing egg laying females when it meets with the wild type mosquito each parent contributes one copy of each chromosome to their offspring thus only fifty percent of their offspring will carry the altered gene while the other half will inherit the wild type version from both parents only minimally contributing the altered gene to the ocean of wild skaters now absent gene drive technology to the mix essentially gene drives a few additions to the alter gene which will ensure the altered gene makes it on to both chromosomes of the trans genic Miskito end if it works we'll pass it on to a hundred percent of the wild ski offspring to which it was introduced sound like a massively environmentally altering stuff it is and the effects of it are largely unknown the first tests have been conducted in lab designed to mimic the natural world with success the next day just to release transgenic mosquitoes fitted with gene drives into large scale enclosure six to nine foot tall cages with features meant to recreate the natural environment and will test the risks that may occur in the wild I'm.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"City hall Jennifer Hodges KCBS the coronavirus pandemic has led to personal attacks on local health officials and is KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports some have had enough seven local public health officials in California alone have either resigned or have announced they intend to walk away from their jobs I've never seen anything like this story trouble Freeman with the national association of county and city health officials as local health officials have been under attack because of shelter in place orders and pandemic guidelines sixteen everything from the just general had harassment of the public health official we've heard stories of their own personal addresses being revealed publicly in public meetings the names of their families in Colorado we've had at instances of actually seeing like physical attacks Freeman says people need to understand that a public health officials only goal is to keep them safe or not going to be able to do that if folks view these actions that are recommended to keep you safe is being oppressive or or is somehow tied to politics or some effort to diminish your right it has nothing to do with that we are in the middle of a pandemic period Susan Kennedy KCBS KCBS news time three thirty four fox steals the scourge of California dogs that is today's topic on edible update with Dr Jennifer Scarlett president of the San Francisco SPCA and I'm Jeff bell what start with the basics here I think most people are fairly familiar with fox tails but for those who were not give us the basics sure so we're not talking about the the tail on a fox but rather a plant that is ubiquitous in the bay area in California it's also called wild barley and most people describe it as a short version of a wheat plant but you'll see it and plantings around trees all over the city these things can be dangerous to dogs they are extremely dangerous the seeds of the foxtail is spiked and so what happens is this little plant on gets into the further or in a way behind the eyes and starts the day again it's like a one way valve it once it gets into the hair and skin of an animal it just keeps growing into the animal and what can we expect guardians do to prevent that from happening a couple things if you have a long haired dog you might want to go to the groomer get the cheap trend because the hair on the feet pick up these fox hills very easily if you've been out for a walk you want to check your dog and remove them very quickly the other thing that you can do is you can buy a a Foxtel mask because it's most dangerous cities plan on getting to the nose behind the eyes and ears and there's a easy to put on mask that will keep them from getting into these places on your dog Matthews animal update with Dr Jennifer Scarlett of the San Francisco SPCA I'm Jeff bell KCBS as we spend more time at home these days many of us have figured out new ways.

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Peaceful demonstrators flood the nation's capital

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Peaceful demonstrators flood the nation's capital

"Hands from coast to coast protesters taking to the streets demanding police reforms good morning I'm Jennifer Hodges CBS news is up next at seven thirty one CBS news update that's the sound of demonstrators outside of the white house's thousands of peaceful protesters flooded the streets of the nation's capital following the killing of George Floyd W. USA nine reporter Eric Flack was there more like a street fair at times I'm a very positive vibe still carrying a very serious message and that is that they will not stand for racial injustice racial

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Attacks on journalists covering George Floyd protests mount

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Attacks on journalists covering George Floyd protests mount

"But with all the confusion on the streets not to mention the violence it is not a great time to be a reporter covering a protest KCBS Jennifer Hodges says in some cases the media is being targeted from both sides the wrongful arrest of a CNN crew a reporter purposely targeted with rubber bullets do journalists need to start hiding who they are out on the scene I do think that there are journalists who have that instinct how to blend in with the crowd but I think certainly in the in the training that we provide for journalists we we instruct them to identify themselves clearly a Katie Townsend is the legal director for the reporters committee for freedom of the press I think it's really important for journalists when are covering protests to respond to the situation around them and to have a lot of situational awareness obviously personal safety is something that is very important and and I think they could bury our dead or how which are listed responded given situation Townsend says journalists have a first amendment right to cover

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Coronavirus: Online students face full tuition fees

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Coronavirus: Online students face full tuition fees

"There's a lot of frustration for high school seniors as they debate next steps for college during the pandemic KCBS Jennifer Hodges says some colleges are still requiring full tuition despite moving to online learning Kelly Kedia senior at Los Gatos high school was accepted at NYU for the fall but was disheartened to learn the university will be all online at full cost they're pretty much committing to charging full tuition for online school so for private school like and why you would be like twenty seven thousand dollars for a semester online classes one of the main issues is that many of the private colleges are not letting students differ classes until the spring Kelly's father Peter kiedy I as a parent I'm not willing to pay for it if it's gonna be online there's just it's not worth the same value I'm sorry it's just not the same value in many cases students say they're willing to take a gap year Kelly says that might be a possibility for

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Jennifer Hodges with more on the tremendous growth at San Jose International and president trump's defense team presents his case against impeachment to the U. S. Senate good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and I'm Kerry had a sack CBS news special report the Senate impeachment trial of president trump turns to his defense the president's legal team began their arguments at the top of the hour Attorney Patsy baloney they're asking you to tear up all of the ballots across this country on your own initiative take that decision away from the American people president trump is likely watching CBS as we Jiang president some complained about the timing of his team's opening arguments describing Saturday morning as TV's quote Death Valley but he has no public events on his schedule and it's too rainy here in Washington to play golf so the president will almost certainly be one viewer who will up the ratings Democrats wrapped up their arguments last night taking almost every minute of their allotted twenty four hours today's arguments are expected to last just a few hours and continue Monday CBS news special report on when he July KCBS news time seven thirty two political and community leaders across the bay area continue to search for long term solutions to the homeless crisis meanwhile one man in the East Bay is helping those living on the street to build their own homes KPIX five injury in a condo reports from Oakland our get help solve the homeless problem hobbit tats on wheels Miguel Elliott with living or structures has been working with many homeless communities in the bay area and has been offering up this solution so you can see here is got a little kitchenette downstairs themselves here has a table that can fold up and down Eliot mostly uses materials that you can find on the streets this is that the truth window here right so this is the insulation is strong plastic the key with this project though is those on the streets will be making their own homes to get off the streets having a program where people with mental health disorders are actively involved in helping to design or build or decorate the structures that they're actually going to be living in you know could be a really fantastic activity this is just one idea for shelter for the homeless right here in Oakland they're trying to build a village to move the homeless out of tents it's putting a small dent in a very big problem a group of homeless advocates.

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Well-Know Mexican Advocate For The Monarch Butterfly Has Disappeared

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Well-Know Mexican Advocate For The Monarch Butterfly Has Disappeared

"We soon may see an end to the western monarch butterfly KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports recent Lee recently released data shows their population is continuing to dwindle the bright orange western monarch butterflies are a big draw here at Santa Cruz counties natural bridges state park I mean the monarch butterflies pretty symbolic he'd be pretty sad if it went extinct particularly they went extinct because of something that we've done but new data is looking good the monarch butterfly population has hit a historic low for the second year

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Robots out of work as automated businesses close in Bay Area

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Robots out of work as automated businesses close in Bay Area

"To some recent moves by bay area businesses may be easing concerns that robots will one day take over of the service industry this KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports it's the robots were getting the boot a pizzeria and three local coffee shops that have been using robots in their business have close their doors it's just not getting to the levels of savings in cost that people were originally envisioning and frankly if they look at it deep enough they would have realized it wasn't going to happen with the plants they had and that's what's happening currently robotic companies that we're talking about here in the bay area spread Phillips is the president of Philips consulting a restaurant and food consultant robots have been increasingly being used in warehouse settings but not as much in restaurants a labor to clean the stock to pay rent we still have to market into all those other things and pay for it and most importantly maintained that piece of equipment and that could be a pricey endeavored Jennifer Hodges

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS is Jennifer Hodges tells us new developments are expected to cover a large swath of land in the coming year part of the reason for nor several days expansion is that there's room to grow mountain view's built out palato is built out San Jose city councilman Lundy F. represents the north side we seem different iterations of more San Jose with a bunch of different redevelopments and and you know single story buildings two story buildings now we're trying to push for for four story or more developments the residential lay out of the north side is expected to change as well with the new law lifting housing development caps there's also a proposal to build five ten story buildings near Google DHEA says change is always on the horizon we've gone from microchips to now a Thomas vehicles and whatever next generation idea in north San Jose Jennifer Hodges KCBS governor Gavin Newsom wants to hire more state firefighters and make low income communities safer from wildfires the governor said his new budget to lawmakers it sets aside two billion dollars to fight fires and other disasters more than five hundred firefighters would be hired over a five year period California also hires seasonal firefighters during peak fire season the mayor of Seoul South Korea is in San Francisco mayor park won soon briefly met with San Francisco Maryland and breed last night he tells KPIX five he is building a tech come back home and is interested in learning more about how to attract start ups he's also touting a sophisticated computer system called a smart city platform it uses artificial intelligence to give city leaders policy makers and even regular citizens a view of what's happening in their city San Francisco supervisor aasha sok fought eve tells KPIX five that the system's pretty impressive thing that was interesting to me that here was there you going to the mayor's office he has seven screens in front of him he can zero down to the street level of a particular corner.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS I'm Jennifer Hodges with more on the police activity that evacuated the gym and sound all day the CBS news time six oh eight we are first for traffic so let's get a look at the cars with Frank Munich and we are looking at some of those cars and there are of more than a few of them stacked up Ian that Castro valley eastbound five eighty past even canyon we have a stalled that is of blocking the far left lane of traffic break is now being done to clear that crash or to clear that stole and that may be done a likely will be done within the next couple of minutes in the meantime they're slow traffic approaching the scene so there is a stall reported on the connector in San Francisco from northbound highway one over to south bound to eighty that stall blocking the left lane of the connector ramp still seeing slow traffic heading into and out of San Francisco upper deck of the bay bridge westbound eighty stacks up from the centre rank words out to the water one a one split heading out of San Francisco eastbound babies flow from one a one out to the center rank words jammed slogan going across the Golden Gate Bridge southbound one a one slows from before the Robin Williams tunnel Ian stretches out to mid span your next traffic updated six eighteen on the traffic leader area forecast it'll get a little chilly tonight especially in line with temperatures in the upper thirties will hit lower to mid forties around the coast and the bay and then tomorrow another beautiful day a little breezy.

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Tesla Reports Record Output as Elon Musk Achieves Goal

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Tesla Reports Record Output as Elon Musk Achieves Goal

"Palo alto based a lot electric car maker Tesla KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says the company has turned in better delivery numbers for the first fourth quarter of twenty nineteen than had been anticipated the news sent Tesla's stock up surging five percent the company turned out a hundred and twelve thousand vehicles in the fourth quarter three hundred and sixty seven thousand five hundred annually at Tesla's super charging station on Coleman in San Jose customers weren't surprised at Tesla owners say there's a lot to love it's been good for me yeah it's been good for me no maintenance you know and a great customer service as of now that is a problem and it into it and if

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On KCBS I'm Jennifer Hodges the changes in public transportation for the South Bay we've been preparing for these changes for some time time now eleven await we are first for traffic and let's get the first report from Joe such consent and let's go to the Carquinez bridge word accident is still clearing out this is the east eighty before the toll plaza a three car crash the left lane is still blocking traffic it's still it's pretty slow it's not quite backed up into Crockett but you'll definitely find the ladies across the span of the bridge there wasn't earlier problem at the at the bay bridge eastbound eighty before the toll plaza there was a a large boss our data may have caught fire or the stalled out the right lane is blocked it looks like the tow truck is on the scene and they're trying to hook up the vehicle the the box and as they do so we here that some lanes are blocked on eastbound eighty again this is the at the bay bridge so we expect to see yeah we do see traffic started back up on east about eighty towards the island right now so this closure and it does appear that all age being held here briefly this will cause us some slow traffic I'll keep an eye on this also in San Jose we do have a problem it looks like an accident south eighty seven just before all the Albany two cars reportedly blocking traffic your next update at eleven eighteen on the traffic leaders are like gel and the weather forecast calls for mostly clear skies right now another sunny day is on tap for new year's eve and look for the highs in the fifties and the.

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Tesla unveils eye-catching electric Cybertruck pickup

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Tesla unveils eye-catching electric Cybertruck pickup

"With a price tag of under fifty thousand dollars all eyes are on the debut of Tesla's new all electric pickup truck he CBS's Jennifer Hodges report Tesla's new pick up is expected to go head to head with Ford's F. one fifty that from CEO Ilan mosque for years Tessa's essentially focused his attention on one vehicle at a time but now the try to become a more mainstream auto maker with more offerings to appeal to more people it's going to have to start bringing out more vehicles in just one at a time check on autos reporter Tim Higgins is with the Wall Street journal one of the challenge will challenges will be ages this truck able to go the distance just you know telling something is one of the one of the challenges but then can you continue to go the distance in especially in mountain kind of regions for your for your towing something it can be it can be really energy consuming the range for the pick up is expected to be between four and five hundred miles with a three hundred thousand pound towing

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jennifer Hodges why it's expected to get easier soon to find a home daycare center for your kid. it's either way to KCBS first for traffic a look at what's going on on the roadways the Sunday evening with friends Munich our first stop begins approaching the Carquinez bridge tolls this is the eastbound eighty just before the toll plaza we have fire crews blocking the two right lanes that in the wake of crash which is C. H. B. is still dealing with the in the far right lane so again this is the eastbound eighty just before the Carquinez bridge tolls two right lanes taken away there by that craft show a problem the in San Jose in north bound to a lead just before the Lawrence expressway we have what's described as a large walk up blocking the second lane from the left not a lot of slow traffic there so that's a mixed blessing the means so you're gonna come up on a fairly quickly and cars are dodging that debris in that lane eastbound five eighty right of the Central Avenue over crossing in Albany we still have an accident reported blocking the far left lane we're still seeing flow traffic eastbound eighty from Golden Gate fields right app you cannot know all the way down on west eighty two the five eighty split your next traffic updated sedate eighteen all the traffic leader Hey party tonight with overnight lows in the mid to upper fifties tomorrow we start out with a few clouds in the morning and then becoming a sunny afternoon highs will range from the upper sixties.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Palo Alto. Jennifer Hodges KCBS shooting in Sacramento, has left a woman dead and three others including a four year old boy, wounded by gunfire. In an. An apartment complex. Witnesses said they saw five men flee after Friday night's shooting, and Sacramento county sheriff's investigators believe the victims were targets of the attack. Police say at twenty seven year old woman died after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds. The injured included a thirty year old man was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Twenty six year old man and the young boy were listed in stable condition. Detectives have not determined a motive for the attack. Well, despite California's high gas prices a record five point four million Californians are expected to travel over the Memorial Day weekend. Aaa northern California spokesman, Michael Blakey says that number has been growing for close to a decade. About a four percent increase knock rejection from last year, which is going to make this the highest travel total for Memorial Day holiday in the history of California. Wow. More than a half million Californians planned fly that weekend increasing air travel by five point two percent over last year. Aaa says more than forty two point eight million Americans are expected to travel nationwide. A new study shows that some bay area residents could skip all non-essential expenses for three years putting that money into savings and still not meet the recommended standards for an emergency fund KCBS as making goals be reports. It's because housing. Here is just too expensive. Found that four out of ten adults couldn't even make a relatively small fraud payment and especially hard here says Adrian Garcia a data analyst with bankrate dot com but Francisco second worst in terms of saving money. It's joined by its neighbors in area, San Jose came in dead last, and then right behind San Francisco. Los Angeles Sacramento, also made the top ten to the typical household about if you were earning the median income, and you were also making mortgage payments on the median home price. I think it just listened to meet in home price. We know in that area is really inflated. So even though you have high median incomes in San Francisco, San Jose, like ninety three thousand one hundred six thousand home prices just really or what's pushing people not to be able to save. And this is a self perpetuating problem. He says. To reach for your credit card take out a loan, and then you're, you're playing for something today with more cost tomorrow to rack up interest, and it's gonna be harder to get out of that hole harder to build up that fun to begin with areas. They came out on top include Detroit, Memphis, and Oklahoma City. Megan gold, speak, kacie b. Native, your burgers on the coffee table..

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jennifer Hodges says their efforts come at the same time, San Jose police have announced an enforcement team that will start in focusing on local creeks and rivers Silicon Valley. Waterways are hurting garbage litter and. Crime. Not all that unusual along creek beds, now a pilot program with Sentosa police in the Santa Clara valley water district will see officers patrolling waterways, because it is a pilot. It's a bit of a trial. We want to see if one this is going to be something that has a positive impact for the water district. And for the public, Lieutenant L Washburn assembled say police homelessness has pushed many residents down towards the water. It's a big issue, right? It's a problem. Certainly other major metropolitan cities are directing tissue, there are two hundred seventy five miles of streams in the county. Police will be patrolling various spas, including Coyote creek. And I'll so in Santa Clara county, Jennifer haunches KCBS organizers of the Woodstock, fifty festival are signaling progress toward resolving financial crunch after a falling out with backer amplify live festival announcing today that investment Bank Oppenheimer, and company, signed on as a financial adviser to pull money. Together amplify live put up forty nine million dollars before clashing with organizers over attendance budget and other issues and said last month that it was cancelling the festival. Meantime, organizers say preparations do continue for the mid August event, KCBS news time, five thirty four and less than four minutes. We're going to give you a chance to win a thousand dollars. But now Dave Ross creating the trappings of wealth. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network. My brother Peter works at the foundry in New York and in nineteen eighty six artists came in with a three foot inflatable lawn ornament and sped around thirty thousand dollars to have cast stainless steel Pete remembers. What his crew was thinking about this guy. We all thought this guy was going to be out, you know, in six months you thought this was a dead end the beginning. Yeah. But he just kept coming back with all sorts of balloon animals, and other weird stuff, which was duplicated down to the tiniest detail. He goes very friendly. He gets what he wants and it was. Of course that inflatable rabbit cast thirty three years ago for Jeff Koons by group of craftsmen including my brother that was auctioned by Christie's this week for ninety one point one million dollars if I looked like just a very shiny buddy but as Christie's curator put it with also fans as one of the most important sculptures of the second half of the twentieth, century. And it's a reminder that the trappings of great wealth are crafted by the middle class, by the way..

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Jennifer Hodges paying for -pointment times at the DMV. And why it could be the wave of the future on John Evans KCBS news time, he loved thirty one CBS news update. He was known for his battles with President Trump. And now attorney Michael Evans has been indicted on charges of defrauding its clients IRS special agent Ryan corner lays it all out, Mr. AVI, Nadi failed to meet his obligations to the government. And now faces severe consequences. If convicted of the crimes in the indictment, including significant jail time substantial fines and the forfeiture of his assets. Correspondent Bill Rakoff? The federal indictment alleges of an ATI stole millions of dollars from clients didn't pay his taxes committed Bank fraud in lied during bankruptcy proceedings. Officials say a private jet co owned by Johnny was seized as part of the ongoing investigation of an audience tweeted denials of the allegations, and he says he will plead not guilty. This comes only about three weeks after avenue was arrested in New York on a charge that he tried to extort Nike for more than twenty million dollars. He also faces charges in California. CBS news update on Matt piper. KCBS news time eleven thirty two in the past year more than four hundred thousand teachers in nine states have gone on strike impacting five million students for the first time in thirty years. Teachers in Sacramento went on a one day strike today. CBS news correspondent Nicki Batiste reports. They accused the school district of backtracking on promises of better pay and fewer students per classroom teaching for twelve years raising three boys. On our own and costly, California is a daily struggle for teacher, Victoria car. I'd like to have a house for my kids. And I don't see that anytime soon. It's hard. It really is am I making a difference? Visit impacting people my students, you know, my kids I have to be there example, Victoria, went to a school board meeting to confront the district's.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jennifer Hodges with that story a level. One health warning for residents in Richmond around the Chevron refinery was issued after flaring could be seen from the site. Several refinery had a problem upset with some of their units, which caused them to go off line which and that caused some flaring, Stephen Morioka, Z assistant, director of contra Costa county's health. Services and hazardous materials program. Why understanding that there was a power outage that there was a or maybe not an outage? But a loss of power the rain and win being blamed for that outage. There are no reports of any health problems the level one health warning. It's the lowest on the system scale, Jennifer, Hodges KCBS in the north bay the Nevada library closed Saturday and will stay closed for the next two weeks due to what officials are calling major roof leaks. They tell KCBS no water got on Danny materials or collections, but it did some damage to the drywall in cabinets. The closure comes less than two weeks after the Nevada library reopened following a seven week closure to install a new heating ventilation and air conditioning system. Officials say they expect to reopen the Nevado public library once again. On saturday. February sixteenth just ahead on KCBS. Veronica Carter paradise residents are anti to get back home. But it may take awhile long-term for health is the how this place clean. Right now, it's time for another look at the roads, we go to the KCBS traffic.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The importance of healthy eating, and it's recognizing that there are struggles in our community in San Francisco, Jeffrey Schaub KCBS a woman reported a prowler trying to record a video ver- taking a shower through her bathroom window in Petaluma Tuesday night. Police responded at about seven thirty to the home on Stewart drive. The woman said the prowler ran away when she yelled, and she was unable to provide a description of the suspect the prowler entered the backyard of the residents through gates officers didn't find any suspects during a search of the. The area securing new retailers has been a challenge for downtown San Jose. But KCBS Jennifer Hodges reports that's not the case for Santana row, which is bringing in plenty of business. It doesn't make a lot of sense to compare downtown San Jose to Santana row, but people do especially with announcements like Santana row just made that three more retailers are moving in to really not a Santana row issue as it is more. Downtown simply doesn't have the density of the customer base yet Scott as executive director of the downtown association. It's a small retail market relative to the scale of a Santana row or Bali fair. There's not that much. Mark ritchie. CEO of Ritchie commercial real estate. Downtown says the retail vacancy rate is actually low merchandise retail is not doing well, generally in the post Amazon era, and really all you're seeing is sort of brand merchandise retail in the high end shopping malls. That's all that seems to be succeeding. Niece says he pictures down the road more small and independent businesses opening their doors. Jennifer Hodges KCBS onto.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS I'm Jennifer Hodges the announcement from airlines. On, which, routes, will be cut? Out, of the bay, area KCBS news time you're leading Forty-five. We're onto the sportsline now with Steve bicker as an Astros kickoff a three-game series of big series in Houston tonight it'll. Be the, final time the two, teams meet this season Houston leading Oakland by game. And a half Brett Anderson against Garrett Cole cubs hosting the, Mets tonight Lester and Syndergaard cubs won five straight lead. Saint Louis by, four Milwaukee by four and a half in the NFL central in fact the cubs of one those five in a row since acquiring second baseman Daniel Murphy in a waiver trade with Washington prompted the. Question how in the world of, the cubs pull that off in other words the only way the cubs with the best record in the league could've acquired Murphy in a waiver deal would have been if every other team in the league declined to put in a waiver claim and that's what happened more specifically why would the cardinals and the brewers. Chasing the cubs in the central, passed on a guy who's got a career to ninety nine, average with pop not to mention not to. Mention the fact that Murphy had a career average of four thirteen at Wrigley field at the time The trade and since becoming a cub last week at Wrigley you sit three ninety one in twenty five at bats with two homers five runs scored and five RBI credits in the clubhouse and really Go and talk to him he's got a very. Thought out answer for you when you ask him anything about getting so really great being and we're definitely lucky lucky, to have, him on the squad Kyle Schwartz on NBC sports about his new teammate Daniel Murphy and a big, upset, early this morning, in the first round of the US open tennis at Flushing, Meadows New York top seed Simona Halep coming off her first grand slam, victory at the French Open lost a..

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Country jennifer hodges kcbs say that foul play is not suspected in the death of an elderly woman whose body was found this week in a stairwell at a power plant near zuckerberg san francisco general hospital an employee found the body of ruby anderson on wednesday preliminary coroner's report has not determined to cause of death anderson lived in a nearby care facility and had checked herself out on may nineteenth and she was planning to visit family she was reported missing the next day authorities in aucklander appealing for help in a horrifying case of animal cruelty case cbs's doug sovereign says they're also increasing the reward oakland animal services has picked up three puppies in the past week who are badly abused tortured and mutilated two four month old german shepherd sisters and a very sweet and calm shepherd husky mix we just met animal services has named for chloe alameda county da nancy o'malley says the reward for the capture of the person responsible is being raised to fifteen thousand dollars so we're going to be working closely with the oakland police department in order to not only to figure out who hurt these puppies who tortured and mutilated these puppies but also how we can bring that person to justice oakland police spokesperson john watson says they've never seen a case this brutal our concern and our primary focus is that if we have an individual who is doing this to animals are they going to or have they been doing this to a human being are tweeted video and photos of khloe at sovereign nation police want to hear from anybody who can identify these dogs found left for dead near eighty nine th avenue g street in oakland doug sovereign kcbs just a hit on kcbs winning on and off the court with the golden state warriors down to the freeways and bridges we've got kcbs traffic with mike from your.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To do it all adoptions are free of charge at san francisco's spca there's no daylight today please please come out that these guys are waiting for you suzanne hollis is the adoption director at the san francisco spca beta barker's it's just a fun way to bring people in and find these pets are good home i don't wanna see them wait another day quite frankly every that they're here in the shelter is a day that we can't take in another animal that might be a need outside of our doors where do you look into a palpably short hair tuxedo cats can possibly a little older than a kitten because kittens get snatched up really quickly and older cat stones at the spca jennifer hodges kcbs kcbs news time now ten fifty too many people in the bay area gave up sleep early this morning to watch the royal wedding in their pajamas at home others gathered for royal wedding watch parties kpi x five jacky ward was upright early to attend one of those parties in san jose captivated by the moment and in awe of the beautiful couple people packed britannia arms and san jose to celebrate this down history i couldn't wait to see this happen i love this i absolutely love the whole thing i wish i could be there but this is the best thing they make really good in a time when there is so much controversy and discourse in the world co owner of the pub michael north wanted to bring everyone together takes your mind off some of the woes and troubles of the world little pomp and ceremony a little bit of excitement will reason to get up in the morning and wear hats why are you people do all well you know it's very glamorous and exciting the guest enjoyed a spot of tea and breakfast and even signed a guestbook that will be sent off to the palace as they washed a fellow american harry her praise that is kpi jacky ward kcbs news time now at ten fifty three here's the money reports automakers have not done away with reasonably priced vehicles but safety technology and power options.

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"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer hodges" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs bart's and the vita have agreed to dig only one tunnel for trains beneath downtown san jose means a lot less construction than digging tunnels kcbs jennifer hodges says that's good news for business owners in that area artificial had been pushing for two tunnels the wanted one the single bored tunnel the large benefit of that is not disrupting the surface so much brandy children ta when you look at a twin bore you have to cut and cover the station areas and that's when you get into digging up utilities having to put decks over the streets of cars can drive over final approval of a single bore is expected this week why don't think the construction will hurt anything myself you know i think it's okay the event is with hammer and louis fashions they've been in downtown san jose since nineteen twenty i mean we already have construction now next door and it's not hurting anything you know people still come shop no matter what most all the construction will be directly below santa clara street jennifer hodges kcbs if you've ever work in alameda heads up several lanes will be closed on the miller sweeney and high street bridges between oakland and alameda this week for scheduled bridge inspections the inspections will happen during non peak commute hours either during the mid day with limited lane closures or full closures during overnight hours vehicles will have to use a different.

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