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"jennifer honda" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"News the national transportation safety board now on the scene of the crash and were of a World War two bomber while trying to land in the Connecticut airport it killed seven people we are looking at what how these were regulated right now under what part and do what the inspection requirements are that's part of our investigation will have more information on that as this goes a lot Jennifer Honda Indy with the NTSB six others were on the plane officials say they suffered injuries ranging from minor to critical the names of the victims have not yet been released the family of both John the man shot to death by former Dallas police officer amber Geiger speaking out after Geiger sentencing today his mother Allison John saying Geiger should turn to god while she's in prison alive let's move on. but our allies must move on with change. there's gonna be a better the. I'm that better these thoughts with each and everyone of us tiger was sentenced to ten years in prison after shooting John in his apartment while he sat on his couch her lawyers had argued she was tired from working a long shift walked into the wrong apartment and fall is John was an intruder we're learning more about the whistle blower complaint against president trump that's led to the impeachment inquiry house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff was given a heads up of a whistle blowers concerns The New York Times first reported that whistle blower approached a committee aide who shared some of what was conveyed to chef a spokesman for shift says like whistle blowers have done before this person contacted the committee for guidance in was advised to contact an inspector general it no point ships office says that the committee review were received the complaint in advance boxes jar helper and on Capitol Hill the Chicago teachers union says the strike will begin October seventeenth if there's no contract deal.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Lisa was Serra fox news the national transportation safety board now on the scene of the crash should of were of a World War two bomber while trying to land in the Connecticut airport it killed seven people we are looking at what how these were regulated right now under what part and what the inspection requirements are that's part of our investigation will have more information on that as this goes a lot Jennifer Honda Indy with the NTSB six others were on the plane officials say they suffered injuries ranging from minor critical the names of the victims have not yet been released the family of both John the man shot to death by former Dallas police officer amber Geiger speaking out after Geiger sentencing today his mother Allison John saying Geiger should turn to god while she's in prison my life must move on. but alive let's move on with change. there's gonna be a better the. and that better days starts with each and everyone of us got your was sentenced to ten years in prison after shooting John in his apartment while he sat on his couch her lawyers had argued she was tired from working alone shift walked into the wrong apartment and fall is John was an intruder we're learning more about the whistle blower complaint against president trump that's led to the impeachment inquiry house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff was given a heads up of a whistle blowers concerns the New York Times first reported that whistle blower approached a committee aide who shared some of what was conveyed to chef a spokesman for shift says like whistle blowers have done before this person contacted the committee for guidance in was advised to contact an inspector general it no point chips office says that the committee review were received a complaint in advance boxes jar hell print on Capitol Hill the Chicago teachers union says the strike will begin October seventeenth if there's no contract.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Trump is echoing his secretary of state who put the blame squarely on Iran for explosion, the damage to foreign oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. He spoke to Fox News. And you know they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode and probably got essentially Iran written all over it at the Pentagon CBS's. Katherine Johnson says, not everyone agrees with the US assessment. Iranian officials have denied involvement in Iran's president told reporters his country is committed to regional peace. The Japanese company that owns one of the tankers also pushed back on the US assessment saying before the attack the Prusse off flying objects suggesting mines were not the cause of the attack the Pentagon's considering beefing up US forces in the Persian Gulf area by blaming Ron for the tanker attacks. Mr. Trump is keeping the heat on a country, he accuses of terrorism, but also invited to negotiate CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. Who CBS news time to thirty two needles washing up on the beach syringes on the streets, a few of the issues residents of Santa Cruz county, say they deal with KCBS. Jennifer Honda says that's why local leaders of announced plan. To dial up their needle exchange program on and around Santa Cruz main beach residents told KCBS, there's definitely a problem crazy guy with a needle in his arm passed out over there by the stairs, dirty needles sharing needles and whatnot. Yeah, let's give something healthy. So maybe they can be a little bit healthier in their lives and county officials obviously want that they voted to move forward with an advisory commission and more kiosks for needle disposal. We collect hundreds of thousands of needles in just the three kiosks that we have already Santa Cruz county supervisor John Leopold, when people initially here about exchanging needles, they think that we're contributing to the drug problem when there's been three decades of research that shows that this is an effective strategy for reducing the transmission of disease county is also considering expanding operational hours clinics in Santa Cruz, and watsonville in Santa Cruz..

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Outside find tips and more at one thing US dot com. What's your one thing? KCBS news time to forty two Pedic. Thousands of firearms have been taken off the streets Santa Clara county over the past few years. KCBS? Jennifer, Honda says the gun buyback programs are definitely working this. San Jose residents who lost his daughter spoke in public forum, urging city council members to do something about gun violence Stena wanted to be a nurse. But tragically her dream was never fulfilled because in twenty eleven she and her boyfriend were shot and killed on third street in the past six years. Approximately six thousand guns have been confiscated by south bay law enforcement agencies through by back programs, San Jose police captain Ed Schroder people the opportunity to dispose of. They don't want which oftentimes we seen in the past or stolen, the burglaries or other ways throughout for people to misplace to lose guns, or stolen, San Jose. Police alone have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy back guns in the south bay. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS LA times reporters have won Pulitzer prize for their investigation into a gynecologist accused of abusing hundreds of students at the university of southern California Harriet Ryan, Matt Hamilton and Paul Pringle won the prize earlier today for their stories about Dr George Tyndall in the wake of the stories the university's president resigned. The police department launching an investigation and more than six hundred fifty women of sued you ac-, alleging the school failed to protect them from sexual abuse. Ten Tindal has denied the allegations or learning today that the first golden eagle, and you semi national park to be fitted with a tracking device has died of lead poisoning. Golden eagles often scavenge during the fall and winter and. Experts suspect the adult female may have eaten carryanne containing lead. Bullet fragments some advocacy groups of call for hunters to use bullets made of copper to help prevent such deaths. Golden eagles are one of North America's largest bird.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eleven twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS and with the KCBS six day forecast. Here's KCBS in KPI fives. Mary Lee, a wet and windy start to the day. We're tracking a cold front pushing across the bay area bringing the return of the rain and also kicking up the winds for us. So the rainiest time period this morning, and then finally we are going to see a few showers for later on in the afternoon could see an isolated thunderstorm, but also catching some sun breaks as well, mid sixties inland. Low sixties for the bay and for the coast. Now this trough of low. Pressure will stick around for tomorrow. So unsettled weather continues with scattered showers for your Thursday, finally drier, sunnier weather ahead by Friday and into the weekend. Daytime highs inland Saturday and Sunday in the low seventies and into Monday as well. Now, the bad news because of the drier sunnier weather the pollen count by the weekend is going to be sky high. Thank you, Mary, traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time eleven twenty one health officials say an international traveller infected with the measles made stops at various spots in the south bay. And they believe the public has been exposed KCBS. Jennifer Honda's reports from our Silicon Valley bureau with the latest and international traveler with the measles made several stops from the sixteenth of this month through this past weekend at places like WalMart, Mountain View, two different CVS stores in Sunnyvale even the campus of Stanford. Dr George hana's, the assistant health officer for Santa Clara county. Mtti.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hey, it's ten three at the bay area's news station, KCBS rain and a slight chance of thunderstorms today. Good morning in for Rebecca corral. I'm Margie Schaefer. Here's what's happening. The US Geological Survey and California's office of emergency management will test an earthquake early warning system called shake alert next hour, it's designed to alert people via cell phone of an impending earthquake in a critical seconds before the shaking begins between eleven and noon. The first of its kind tasks will try to determine how fast and effective that warning would be the alert will buzz cell phones in a sixty blocks section of downtown Oakland west of lake Merritt Robert group is the communications coordinator for shake alert once the shake alert the earthquake early. Warning message is is made available for delivery. We want to see how long it takes to get from where we actually make it available to the device, and it's not just phones. Because if you have data connection to say a watch. Or a tablet. You still will get the alert message people who received the alert will be asked to fill out a survey answering questions about how quickly the system worked. Ideally, the alert would not only provide warnings to people before north quake. But it could be used to slow trains. Open firehouse stores and shut off valves on water supply sources as possible measles exposure, and Santa Clara county, and has KCBS Jennifer Honda's reports health officials want you to be on the alert the traveler stopped at a number of spots in the Silicon Valley from mid March to this past weekend, including the great mall in Milpitas. The apple visitor center in Cupertino as well as valley fair mall doctors say symptoms typically surface seven to twenty one days after exposure since measles is not a very common disease anymore. Most doctors don't think about it. Dr George Hahn is the assistant health officer for Santa Clara county. They put out an alert about the measles last year when it initially reared its head. But after we sent out our. Alert more. Doctors have been calling us saying, oh, you know. I I heard that there's been measles. You know? Maybe my patient has it. What do you guys think? Vaccination rates are high in Santa Clara county at ninety seven percent. Even though legislation introduced Tuesday could give the state even more say as far as whether or not a child is vaccinated in San Jose. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS, salmon fisherman, and dozens of other California environmental groups are literally begging the Senate not to confirm President Trump's nominee for secretary of the interior KCBS political reporter, Doug sovereign says, they have sent a letter warning that the former energy industry lobbyists will preside over the destruction of America's natural resources. Deputy secretary David Bernhardt faces a Senate hearing tomorrow to confirm him to succeed interior secretary. Ryan, Zinke resigned under fire, but more than one hundred fifty conservation, and environmental groups say Bernhardt would be just as bad. John McManus, president of the Golden Gate salmon association calls Bernard fossil. Fuel industry hack will do the bidding of his former lobbying clients which also include big valley agricultual interests with Bernhardt leading the interior department. We can no longer assume that federal agencies will adequately protect salmon in California central valley. The President Trump says Bernhardt, we'll make sure farmers not fish get the water they need as he said while campaigning in Fresno in two thousand sixteen we'll get to solve your water problem. You have a water problem that is so insane. It is so ridiculous where they're taking the water and shoving it out to sea McManus warns if Bernhardt gets confirmed diverts more Sacramento river water to the valley. We'll look quite a bit. Like we did between the years two thousand and two thousand six when pumping out of the bay delta was basically unregulated which basically took the environment in the delta and all the species there and put them into a tailspin from which they've not recovered to this day, but having confirmed in fifty three to forty three as deputy, the Republican Senate majority seems. Likely to approve burn hearts promotion. Doug, sovereign KCBS pedestrian has been hit by a commercial vehicle in downtown. San Francisco just off of interstate eighty the collision was reported at a quarter.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's six three at the bay area's news station. KCBS we've had some reports of scattered showers this morning that for the most part we expect partly sunny skies highs mid fifties. Good morning. I'm Susan Lee. Taylor infra stand bunker. I'm Holly gone. Here's what's happening. This could be life changing news for anyone with a criminal conviction in California's KCBS Bigler reports live what state lawmaker wants to make it a whole lot easier for low level offenders to white this late clean, Matt good morning. Holly six years ago. Jay Jordan was convicted of robbery since then he's done his time. But says it's been much harder to get a job and housing because of his criminal record. Just bought a house wonderful having issue joining my HOA, I'll pay four taxes, but I cannot access for society. That's not public safety. Now is an activist with Californians for safety injustice. He is supporting a Bill by San Francisco assemblyman, Phil ting, which would automatically clear convictions for some eight. Million residents with criminal convictions. Eligible for sealing ting says the goal is to reduce recidivism among ex-cons putting more money into rehabilitation. We are putting more resources more services. But we ability starts with the fresh start. And you can't get a fresh start. If you have something on your record now under this proposed law. The convictions would remain in law enforcement databases, but the public would no longer be able to access them sex offenders and any offender who served time in prison would be ineligible. Reporting live, Matt Bigler KCBS and alleged peeping. Tom who frightened a south San Jose neighborhood has been arrested by San Jose police KCBS, Jennifer Honda's joins us live this morning to report from San Jose. With the latest, Jennifer. Yes, Susan sixty year old Mark variegate Mendocino was allegedly caught on camera. Naked and peering into the window of an evergreen neighborhood home. Police say in the last three weeks he's committed at least three. Acts of indecent exposure in at least one case dressed in a women's dress. And heels each incident caught on surveillance footage neighbors telling KPI x five it's unnerving the fear is that it asked that could escalate. That's your big fear. Oh, I'm in obviously, really skinny Navarra gay at one point was a lecturer at Stamford police say this isn't the first time he's been arrested back in two thousand seventeen he was charged with peeping and prowling. He pled no contest and moved from San Jose police say they don't know is returned reporting live, Jennifer, Hodges KCBS. Thanks, Jennifer for decades, power outages and spotty public transportation of plagued residents of Treasure Island. But now with KCBS as making gold's be reports the areas newly elected supervisor says he's going to change all of that supervisor Matt Haney just being here at this community meeting is an amazing start says Jim Morowski who owns treasure Allen wines in the last.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The last round of wet weather and the Sierra interstate eighty is open eastbound after being set down for more than twenty four hours. But the westbound lanes remain closed between Colfax and the Vata state line. Cal trans says that all the snow that's fallen in. Recent days has made it a huge challenge for crews working. The highway avalanches are also a concern service on Amtrak's California, zephyr has been suspended between Reno and Sacramento after an avalanche said snow onto the tracks near Truckee. We've learned the name of a tow truck driver who was killed on southbound highway one. In Marin county above sausalito Tuesday afternoon, while helping a stranded driver in the rain. He is thirty eight year old James Morris from Venetia Morris was killed when a pickup truck lost control on the slick roads spun out and then collided with a tow truck. It happened near the Robin Williams tunnel. The city of Napa appears though appears to have avoided any serious flooding. Even though that area was also pummeled by two atmospheric rivers this month. CBS has meant Bigler reports. It's all thanks to a flood protection plan decades in the making since eighteen sixty five the city of Napa has seen at least twenty two serious floods. Most recently in two thousand five many times over the last twenty thirty years we've had FEMA boat teams. We've had oh, yes. Responses mutual aid for different counties. Obviously our local fire department and Napa county fire agencies working together to evacuate people from their homes. But then Napa fire chief Steve brass field says in two thousand fifteen the Napa river flood bypass project was finally completed diverting and containing floodwaters during periods of heavy rain. The chief says it's made a world of difference here in the city. We haven't had to open our Yosi yet. And I hate to say that I don't want to jinx herself. But it's a it's a completely different era of not having to deal with major flooding in the downtown now, but because of the flood by fasten the flood project it's been there. Very beneficial to our community in Napa Matt Bigler KCBS, the wet and windy weather has forced officials to reopen. Santa Clara county's warming centers. KCBS? Jennifer Honda says it makes many more beds available for the homeless. There's all sorts of challenges anyway for the homeless, but where to sleep when it's pouring rain. Yeah. It's really tough. Yeah. Chevelle style mentor is homeless and says she's used the warming centers in the south bay before. But she says it's a challenge she has a grocery cart with her belongings. And no transportation that when you do.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Search and rescue team has found the body of a missing skier and Lake Tahoe. Sixty-two-year-old bread. Herrick of seaside went missing yesterday while skiing at the heavenly ski resort on the south side of the lake Douglas county sheriff's officials say ski patrol members using a search dog found Herrick spotty buried in deep snow today. He was recovered from a wooded area about one hundred feet from the groomed trail near the California Nevada line whereas much as three feet of snow fell over the weekend. San Francisco has settled a lawsuit with a well-known rental car agency accused of scamming customers who crossed the Golden Gate Bridge. KCBS gentlemen, reports the case involved fees of up to thirty two dollars for a single bridge crossing. The case is being settled here in San Francisco, but city attorney Dennis Herrera says the business practice was affecting Hertz rental car customers all over the United States era explains how the plate pass service worked. Let's say they rented it for a week. And they went. Over the Golden Gate Bridge on their first day. That's the only time they went across the bridge, but they were charged the service fee for each of the remaining days that they had the car up to a maximum dollar amount of thirty two dollars Hertz provided a statement to KCBS about the settlement noting that since a policy change took effect a year ago, it only charges the fee on the days. The service is used hurts in one of its business partners have agreed to pay San Francisco three point six five million dollars toward future. Consumer protection efforts in San Francisco gentleman. KCBS let's see no residents make up twenty six percent of the population. In Santa Clara county, yet have forty five percent of felony charges against them. KCBS has Jennifer Honda says that's just one of the findings in a report put out by the district attorney's office on top of that African Americans represent two percent of the population. But thirteen percent of charged felonies. I don't have an answer as to why this is all happening. But I do think that it's important for us to realize it's happening and to think about how we can reduce disproportionality in our criminal Justice system. James gibbons? Shapiro is assistant district attorney in Santa Clara county, the report focused on the county's five zip codes with the highest rates of crime. He says they're focusing their efforts there we've assigned community prosecutors to these high crimes zip codes to try to work in crime prevention in those areas and we've worked very hard on truancy. Not just in those neighborhoods across the county. The district attorney says the report was commissioned to turn the tide on systemic inequalities in San Jose, Jennifer, Hodges, KCBS, rebelling circuses with exotic animal performers may soon have to scratch, California tour dates off their schedules. The story from Craig figure with radio dot com. News station Canucks in the abusive exotic animals like elephants and large cats by traveling circus companies has long been documented now. California is on track to potentially make those performances illegal. I can remember when I was a child, and I was taken to the circus. And I remember the sound of the crack of the whip that cracking noise, and I had this sick feeling in my gut. But I was told. No, it's okay. It's okay. It doesn't hurt them. And I discovered that I was lied to as a child Elliott attorney. Lisa bloom lending, her voice of support to the circus. Cruelty Prevention Act, it is a Bill sponsored by state Senator from San Diego. He's on a PR tour ahead of a vote in these states capitol if it passes there it's onto the governor's desk for signature to become law. And again, that's Craig thickener reporting in southern California intuition for the first five classes for all four years. We'll be waived at the brand new Kaiser Permanente school of medicine in Pasadena. Kaiser Permanente also announced that the medical school has received preliminary accreditation, and we'll begin accepting applications in June for the first class in summer of twenty twenty clinical education will primarily take place in the greater Los Angeles area in Kaiser permanent. Hospitals and clinics as well in partnering community health.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sponsored by Pacific coast termite. Stan there's a debate underway in San Jose. They're debating whether or not Park Rangers should be carrying weapons while they're on the job. KCBS? Jennifer Honda's reports from our Silicon Valley bureau that San Jose. Rangers say they would prefer to be armed the situation is so bad at some San Jose parks that city police officers will often patrol with the Rangers. The question now is whether or not the Rangers should be carrying their own guns. Jonathan fleming. President of the neighborhood association that oversees the Tali ballfields tells KPI x five it makes sense. Why aren't you using these officers? You know, we we have peace officers in the city that is short of police officers now despite that shortage the city council, let's considering forming a park patrol unit with police veteran park ranger j Lawson says they should be armed considering the dangerous conditions. They often find themselves in we've had weapons found in camps. We've we've had drugs found mayor. Samll Accardo has already said he has many concerns over arming Park Rangers in the Silicon Valley bureau. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS, here's kind of a sobering number. There are more street drug addicts in San Francisco than there are students in the city's public high schools this according to the latest numbers from the San Francisco department of public health, which has estimated more than twenty four thousand street. Injection drug users in the city KCBS and chronicle instead of fill material took those numbers and compared them with other known populations and found it's about fifty percent more than the students census at San Francisco's public schools. Also represents an increase of about two thousand street drug users in the last six years, and they use a lot of needles matere reports the city handed out five point eight million syringes last year that works out to about sixteen thousand day and a half million more on an annual basis than a year before there's been plenty of reporting about how the government shutdown deigned, Southwest Airlines lost revenue was government employees cancelled their travel plans and. A slowdown in the certification of planes to begin southwest planned California to Hawaii service, but it turns out that southwest had an angle in its favor. It had made an arrangement to cover the cost of bringing a furloughed FAA safety inspector in to sign off on the paperwork to put three new jets into service. The Wall Street Journal reports southwest paid about three thousand dollars to get the paper. What pushes paperwork pushed through after F A officials decided to move complied with rules regarding work during the shutdown. The newspaper says the episode shows how a savvy savvy company was able to work a deal before the shutdown kicked in and limit some of the fallout. It's nine thirteen now KCBS savings. JC penny stock up on your favorite jeans,.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"All news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. Good afternoon. It is Sunday October fourteenth at two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS. I'm Doug sovereign in the East Bay were BART's ambitious housing plan gets thumbs down from some not in my backyard. Neighbors terrible idea and thousands of people on the path of hurricane Michael or spending another night without running water or electric city in commute. Unity's that are lucky enough to be standing good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Honda. CBS news coming up next KCBS news time three thirty one. CBS news update, there's clean up going on. And most of the six states hit by hurricane Michael. Which is blamed for at least nineteen deaths so far, but in Florida rescue teams are using cadaver dogs as searchers reach isolated areas. Governor Rick Scott list of priorities and estate number one search and rescue. We're still completing that number to make sure we get food water and fuel out we're doing that. We just got to make sure everybody knows where it is. Number three. We've tried to get generators out to all the counties to make sure that they get their stop lights back on even if they don't get the power back on but getting the juice flowing again is going to take some time explains Kimberly Blair with Gulf power. It is pitch black in most of the series, but only light or the emergency vehicles that are everywhere in Mexico Beach, Florida, which was all but destroyed by the storm the mayor says there's enough food and water now for the. People who remained President Trump is visiting Florida and Georgia tomorrow CBS news update. I'm Alison keys case the best news time three thirty two is. Our Newswatch continues question. How old is the oldest living. Redwood tree you think it's one hundred years old thousand years old. Well, if you came close to either of those you were wrong, the oldest California. Redwood is approximately thirty five hundred years old, and as KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports hundreds of people came out in San Francisco to honor the magnificent trees whose numbers are only a fraction of what they were before the California gold rush, you're gorgeous blue skies..

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KCBS All News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Supportive housing. Jeff Kozinski appealed for more than dollars from the private sector. We are currently looking for five hundred jobs for young people are friends from the Golden Gate restaurant association is here from the hotel council. They have committed to helping us. Find job opportunities for young people in the hospitality sector besides job training, participants in the program. Would get help with rent and furniture in San Francisco General lane KCBS White House announces nominees for three California's seats on the US court of appeals for the ninth circuit based in San Francisco. None was a suggestion given by California Senator Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris White House counsel, Don Mcgann says that they tried to engage Feinstein about Trump's nominees. But claims the Feinstein gave no meaningful feedback the White House nominated federal prosecutor Patrick Bouma today and also to appellate lawyers in private practice. Daniel Collins, and Kenneth Lee Feinstein and Harris say that Trump is trying to pack the courts with partisans. Controversial partisans an unqualified candidates, California farmer's export crops worldwide. But KCBS Jennifer Honda's reports the recent Santa Cruz county crop report revealed some bad news. The crop report shows a decline in value in the region by nearly ten percent. So. This is the first time where we actually lose a good portion of our growth one L dog. Oh, Santa Cruz county agricultural Commissioner says part of that is rotating crops in the fact that there was an abundance of berries farmed in order to break up pissed in the soil are growers rotate with different commodities. So I feel that was planted in say strawberries this year is probably going to be planted in a different crop next year strawberries remained the top crop in Santa Cruz county, they account for more than two hundred million dollars of the value ill dog oh says there were so many planted that could tip the scales with supply and demand. It could be an advantage to consumers because one of the things that impacted the prices last year is that there was a lot of production. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS. CBS news time three fifteen..

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KCBS All News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"And we will see more of the same tomorrow. The then we start to warm things backup our forecast on the way. I'm Geoff bell infra Patty rising. I'm Marty Schaefer. Here's what's happening. A San Francisco judge has moved to grant the agrochemical company Monsanto a new trial after a previous jury verdict found its urbicide had caused a man's terminal cancer. The ruling is tentative and the judges still deciding whether to uphold the jury's two hundred eighty nine million dollar judgment against Monsanto. The judge said today that Dwayne Johnson a forty six year old former groundskeeper failed to produce compelling evidence that Monsanto acted with malice or caused his lymphoma. The judge has ordered lawyers to submit written legal arguments by Friday, and we'll formerly rule later. The Belvedere city council has declared an emergency situation at one of the city's main seawalls as KCBS is Meghan gold. Speed reports engineers are worried that it is. Is in danger of collapsing. The wall on beach street near the club was built almost one hundred years ago says Craig Middleton city manager of Belvedere. So of course, they have engineers check it out from time to time. It was built on bay mud and over the years the ocean has come in waves have come in and start at the bottom has gone in the top has gone out. So if you picture kind of offense that's falling over that's what we got. It's falling into the water, and you can see it leaning tearing away from the newer seawall. So this week the city declared a state of emergency that will help speed up contracts to do the work hopefully as soon as next month. Luckily, Middleton says the temporary solution will actually be a good foundation for future work that work to try to combat rising sea levels were surrounded by water here. And I'd say about thirty percent of Belvedere is actually water. So we're really conscious of sea level rise in the UN reminded us of that not so long ago on Monday. He says they're formulating a project now to make those walls higher aiming. To match projected bales for twenty fifty making gold, speak KCBS. He was caught on tape. Now Santa Cruz police are hoping the public can help identify a man who set fire at a city arts complex KCBS. Jennifer Honda's reports police don't know if there's a pattern at this point. But there's been twenty four arson fires in the past three months in Santa Cruz. In one case the man who started the blaze near the tannery arts complex was caught on tape. Santa Cruz deputy police chief Daniel flip, oh, you know, any any lead that comes our way as far as a person that may have been in the area. Mealy the we're we're looking at every individual..

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KCBS All News

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Lawmakers. Are thinking about boosting security for. Election day many of South Carolina's voting machines are considered adequate some lawmakers even call them, unreliable democratic state Representative Todd Rutherford our, elections are sacrosanct. And we need, to protect, them with not doing. Them with the current system that we. Have in South Carolina because machines are simply outdated budget writers in South Carolina's. Legislature are studying a, plan, to. Spend fifty million dollars on new voting machines with election hacking a. Growing concern Jim Chris cillizza BS news After frontman Bono completely lost his. Voice the, ban U2. cancelled a concert in Berlin at the start at their experience in innocence tour a video posted by a fan on Twitter showed him stopping the concert in a raspy voice telling concert goers something happened and he didn't think he could go on he promised to play another show at another, time, Pam, Coulter CBS news It's two oh five at the bay. Area's news station, KCBS whereas sunny skies around the bay area today good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Honda's here's what's happening four days after Senate Judiciary committee hearings began Tuesday for supreme. Court nominee brick Cavanaugh KCBS as Jeffrey Schaub reports. California's two democratic senators are expected to take center, stage during the process Senator Dianne Feinstein is the most senior democrat on the judiciary committee cholera Harris the most junior we're going to be hearing, critical comments from both of them Rory little is a law professor at the UC. Hastings college of the law in San Francisco. Certainly here questions to cavenaugh about Roe versus Wade both senators support a woman's right to an abortion but little suggests the supreme court nominee, is not likely to play his hand during the, hearings if asked for his position on Roe versus Wade it doesn't really. Matter what Senator Feinstein says in terms of supporting. Right to abortion Cavanaugh I. Was going to say thank you Senator Feinstein I respect your remarks, I certainly appreciate your long experience and I can't come in. And eighteen, nonetheless Feinstein and Harris will play outsized roles during, the four days of scheduled hearings senators will. Make it. Clear to the. Rest of the country that California is a strong supporter of the right to abortion. And no matter what the court does California. Is gonna keep in place a right to abortion even if it were. Eliminated at some federal right little believes unless he somehow makes a major mistake. It's likely Cavanaugh, will win committee approval by week's end Jeffrey Schaub case CBS. The father of Iowa college students says his daughter's death should not be used to promote a. Political agenda a Mexican farm worker suspected of being. In the US illegally has been charged in the, fatal stabbing of Molly Tibbets a twenty year old woman who grew up in the bay area molly's father Robert Tibet's has written an opinion piece, in the demo- in register expressing his anger that his daughter's death has been used, to Advance President Trump's hard line on the legal immigration Molly Tibbets. Body was found August twenty first nearly a month after she disappeared governor Brown is now considering two bills that could change, police confidentiality practices that have been in. Place for decades KCBS gentlemen report one from San Francisco, assemblyman Phil Tang would require police departments that do not release footage from their body cameras in use. Of force cases to give a good reason we have now deployed body cameras all over the state in. Various law enforcement agencies become ubiquitous yet we don't seem to have consistent that's. Practices or policy a. Win that footage released the other from East Bay Senator Nancy Skinner makes exceptions to the longtime policy of keeping police misconduct records closed a narrow Bill that really addressed those. Issues that the public has a legitimate right to know a law, enforcement officers use of deadly force circumstances where there's been proven Sexual assault on the job by the law enforcement official and circumstances where the dishonesty. Relates to tampering evidence tampering with a. Witness Skinner and ting say they worked. With police unions on crafting the legislation governor Brown has until the end of September to decide on the bills gentlemen KCBS coming up on KCBS an. Apple self driving car is rear ended by a Nissan leaf hopefully nothing serious like that at two oh eight now but I'm sure you have. Plenty Cam we've certainly, had our, share on this holiday weekend and.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"If you haven't tuned into sports talk here's what you live el paso sweetheart the ibs world featherweight champion jennifer honda it was a grueling unanimous decision i'd never fought somebody like her style i was like that's one that the fight is over and i'm looking forward to bigger meditate draw weekdays four to seven part of team six hundred espn el paso six hundred espn el paso on espn radio the process brown bread no you're actually getting money out of the wall oh totally ally i'm the only one who meticulously put a dollar down every time and then marches to the fine bucket at the end of the day is all the dollars have been splayed out and left out here is still a fifty from a while back bed billy you've accrued up by my estimation two billion dollars in two dollar fine there was a time when i think i was like second onto contributor to that find bucket because i was paying almighty dollar fine and then i realized we need an arbiter in here deciding whether these fines for me or fair or not and i appointed myself the arbiter so i'll decide if i think the finest fair arbiter will ruin mellon later tonight show with the stugatz on espn radio and espn news from the player thanks for calling how are you good i'm about to go visit cowley where i'm from born and raised the paul finebaum show weekdays at three eastern on the espn app and on the sec network.

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

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"jennifer honda" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jennifer honda" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

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