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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

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02:25 min | Last month

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One oh five areas new station KCBS good morning I'm Dan Mitchinson fog at the coast clear skies inland here's what's happening president trump took a swipe at violent crime in several American cities Thursday night on fox news with Sean Hannity among the cities where he described crime as being so bad quote it's like living in hell Chicago Baltimore and Oakland take a look at Detroit take a look at what's happening in Oakland take a look at what's happening in Baltimore and everyone gets upset when I say if they want to help the cities it's like living in hell Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf not happy she's already responded to the president's comments quote hell is another four years of this racist in the White House hashtag boat hash tag elections matter you can see the video of the president's comments right now on KCBS radio dot com police policing themselves ahead of a nationwide wave of change California is leading and law enforcement reforms we get the story from KCBS is Jim Taylor California's Attorney General says this state is ahead of the times and the rest of the country on center stage national conference hi bir bracero pointing to reforms here following an in depth investigation of police involved shootings in Sacramento many of those reforms that we've proposed eighteen months ago are some of the reforms you see in the eight can't wait movement and some other different calls for reform that you're hearing out there centers says simple changes in policy or not enough there have to be route changes in law enforcement culture that cops have got to learn to calm things down not ratchet emotions up so what we have to do it not only put in place the practices that really trained well pretty escalation but the reality is you gotta go to the values of our agency and talk about what it means to preserve life so that it's not just the practice and the training but it's the value that officers carry with them back it is important it is a must that you de escalate the state AG dressing the online to D. twenty innovations conference of professionals activists and academics Jim Taylor KCBS as more people take to the streets to launch illegal fireworks the city of Oakland is stepping up enforcement to make sure it doesn't get out of hand on the fourth of July holiday is KCBS is Kerry who said the problem has gotten so bad Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf says will be stepping up enforcement by shutting down some roads on the fourth of July holiday we want to.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 months ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"So that we can identify individuals who do have the virus and make sure that they stay away from individuals who don't have the virus for two weeks and not less we have that we're stuck with social distance scene in shelter in place so far the county has struggled to find enough people willing to take up this work a challenge Smith chalks up to the misconception that it would be carried out in person they think that they would be exposed to the virus so that's why I want to make it clear that that's not true in fact he says the tracing interviews will take place by phone test step up its out reach efforts the county is also partnering with local community groups like the San Jose rotary club and the league of women voters you can learn more at Santa Clara county's website in San Jose keep Menconi KCBS Lassen county is one of California's most remote counties it has prided itself on having no confirmed cases of covert nineteen and began planning to re opened earlier this month but now is the Sacramento bee reports it's believed to be the first in the state to retract those plans because of a potential new outbreak tested confirmed four of its thirty thousand full time residents of current confirmed to have the coronavirus Lassen county's public health director is calling the new infections a serious problem well the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns of hit museums hard drying up ticket revenues as a result California's California academy of sciences says that it is laying off more than a hundred of its employees for allowing others in cutting pay in hours for the rest of its staff the nonprofit museum and research center says on its website that the changes for its five hundred and four employees will begin June thirteenth it is able to continue pay employees until then because it's received more than eight million dollars from the federal paycheck protection program just ahead on KCBS I'm Jim Taylor California leads a couple of dozen states suing the trump administration over clean air the CBS news time to eight same time for the afternoon's first check of traffic.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the changing times students at Colorado State University can now enroll in a bachelors degree program in cannabis biology and chemistry it's one of the first in the country as we hear from KCBS as Jim Taylor California State University probably won't be far behind the time is right I think it is an opportune time for universities across the country to consider the ways in which cannabis education can actually become a core part of the curriculum Josh my cell professor of sociology cal state Humboldt's co director of the humbled institute for interdisciplinary marijuana research there is a real opportunity to be considering the merry of social economic ecological political issues associated with cannabis are you all considering something like that animal we are their conversations under way to develop a degree programming cannabis studies at Humboldt state university with a bachelor's of science degree like Colorado state is offering or some kind of be a degree he says the emerald triangle is the perfect place for cannabis to be part of the curriculum Jim Taylor KCBS Alameda county sheriff's deputies suing the president of the Toronto raptors basketball team this following that scuffle on the court to at the oracle arena in Oakland after the raptors won the NBA championship over the warriors last year Alan strict in claims missile jury hit in the face and chest well stricken tried to check his credentials it's a federal lawsuit contending Strickland suffered physical mental emotional and economic injuries as a result of the encounter he remains on medical leave Steve Baker joins us with sports in just a minute never.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"When it comes to highway traffic safety all states aren't equal this year's list of the best and the worst is out as we hear from KCBS is Jim Taylor California gets a good report card in the twenty twenty road map of state highway safety laws because of a host of progressive laws passed here but advocates say more needs to be done in other state was nearly half of all crash to tell these involving a motorist who was not buckled up there are still thirty one states that are missing an optimal seatbelt law protecting all vehicle occupants in all seating positions Lee fan shop federal government affairs Jennifer weaver anti distracted driving activists sending a Facebook message uploading a photo to Instagram or watching tick tocks takes your eyes off the road and your mind off the task of driving similar to texting reason she is an activist her distracted driving caused fatal actually I've made it my life's mission to educate about the dangers of distracted driving enter her urge all to put away your devices and buckle up Jim Taylor KCBS after an hours long debate said the city of Campbell has said no to a drive thru chick fillet for that city he said this is Jennifer Hodges as residents had a few concerns with one of them being traffic Brian Elliott was born and raised in Campbell he says it's a good thing the city rejected a chick fillet on south basket me says traffic is a good can get bad the with the mall and the rest of it or not mall but for New York shopping center yeah and fasting is a very busy street the council voted to uphold the appeal of.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Not his second my wife was really overwhelmed and I could have been home to help her and it's just a shame that in this day and age that were still stuck centuries ago while other advanced countries already have the type of family leave that we should have well California does have a statewide paid leave program forty three other states still have no paid leave at all but with the press sick with plus paid leave for the United States says federal employees now get twelve weeks of paid parental leave it's time for every working family in the United States to have that same benefit the dads delivered signatures from over forty thousand people who agree with that a house committee is expected to take up the issue next week outside the federal building in San Francisco Matt Bigler KCB asks when it comes to highway traffic safety all states are not equal this year's list of the best and the worst is out here's KCBS is Jim Taylor California gets a good report card in the twenty twenty road map of state highway safety laws because about a host of progressive laws passed here but advocates say more needs to be done in other state was nearly half of all crash to tell these involving a motorist who was not buckled up there are still thirty one states that are missing an optimal seatbelt law protecting all vehicle occupants in all seating positions Lee fan shop federal government affairs Jennifer weaver anti distracted driving activists sending a Facebook message uploading a photo to Instagram or watching tick tocks takes your eyes off the road and your mind off the task of driving similar to texting reason she is an activist her distracted driving caused fatal actually I've made it my life's mission to educate about the.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS it's Tuesday the tenth of September twenty nineteen coming up on KCBS I'm Jim Taylor California's official answer to a growing national Peiping crisis not a lot San Francisco sees historic improvement in its HIV infection rate area employers looking to bulk up their staffing levels ahead of the holidays president trump forces out national security adviser John Bolton over policy differences more traffic news coming up in about eight minutes I'm Jeff bell I'm Patti rising KCBS news time six thirty one CBS news update and no gin he had plenty of policy disputes with John Bolton secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the firing of the White House national security adviser doesn't signal big changes ahead unlike any leader on the world should make any assumption that because some one of us is the parts that president trump's foreign policy will change it to materialize Bolton is a conservative hardliner in the third person to service national security adviser under president trump CBS is Christina were Feeney says Boldon wound up at odds with the president one of the things that got Jon Bon the job in the first place is the place that they did agree which is this very hawkish America first unapologetically pursuing American objectives around the world you know we're going to be who we are we're going to go out and protect that and that's just what we're gonna do we're not apologize for that what got him into trouble is the she wanted to do that a little more actively than the president at CBS news update on Pam Coulter KCBS news time six thirty two this portion of our news sponsored by Shane company what appears to be a national health crisis is being addressed across the country vaping what's California doing we have that report from KCBS is Jim Taylor when you vape what are you doing to your body and everybody knows everything about the. yeah every day it seems another death connected vaping The New York governor calling for a ban in his state what is the position of the California state department of public health they prefer not to say in person this written statement on the department's web page in response to that question C. D. P. H. is working with local health departments affected states and the centers for disease control and prevention to share information about cases and the potential sources of exposure. all the progress we've made in reducing teen smoking in particular is being turned around.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KCBS All News

"California's law to require background searches to buy ammunition we get the story from KCBS reporter Jim Taylor California voted to pass this law in twenty sixteen it went into effect just this month if you want to buy a bullet you've got to submit to a background check bay area pediatrician gun control activist doctor Michelle Sandburg the majority of not just people in California but people around the country I believe that we should have universal background checks even a high percentage of gun owners and even an RA number support background checks so I don't think the honorary leadership is even reflecting the views of its own members and the views of responsible gun owners around the country on the other side of the issue San Francisco's Peter Buxton a member of the national rifle association almost all my life as a as a long time member of the NRA what what do you think about the law that's in effect now in California requiring background checks for buying ammunition what are your tickets are useless all of the part of the politicians they're trying to look good those little blue were doing something worthwhile it's not going to resolve and and the a saving of lives California rifle and pistol association asking a federal judge to stop the voter approved checks Jim Taylor KCBS the state of California is looking for a few good men and women with strong analytical skills analytical skills rather and a whole lot of patience KCBS reporter Patti rising has more on the call for new members of the citizens redistricting commission the commission was created by California voters back in two thousand eight authorizing a panel to draw the boundaries for congressional districts state assembly and Senate districts and state board of equalization districts the authors really wanted to keep the politics out of that so they established the minimum eligibility requirements Margarita Fernandez with the California state auditor's office says to try and eliminate conflicts of interest the minimum eligibility requirements are that you must have voted in at least two of the last three statewide general election there are other qualifications as well in the initial application due August night from those thousands of applications a rather long process in the end the fourteen member commission will have five Democrats five Republicans and four from other parties or decline to state or have no party preference they'll work together to create districts of relatively equal population with the goal of providing fair representation for all Californians it's a tough job says Fernandez but former commissioners of found it rewarding all of them have said yes there were times that were challenging but what they do it again and they all have said absolutely Patty rising KCBS the Richmond city council unanimously appointed Henry Gardner as acting city manager during a special meeting yesterday this comes four days after the previous city manager Carlos Martinez was fired over allegations of unfair labor practices Martinez had been on the job for less than a year Gardner was Oakland city man Oakland city manager from nineteen eighty one to eighteen ninety three well a college student from Fullerton has dug up the find of a lifetime we get that story from rob archer with radio dot com news station K. annex in Los Angeles a fifty year biology student at UC Merced Harrison Duran has uncovered a sixty five million year old dinosaur skull in the badlands of North Dakota he tells KNXT almost can't believe it it's almost like it didn't really settle in the first one we're taking off for few days were estimating that and once we are finally plaster enough again about the ground I mean can I mean I knew that I really felt the significance of that and and the site that I can't even I can't even express in words he says he also found fossilized wooden tree leaves around it giving scientists a picture of the Triceratops environment at the time he and his digging partner have named it Alice and that was a radio dot com news station KNX reporter.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"With two Saudi oil tanker sabotaged over the weekend in the Persian Gulf. The tensions are ratcheting up. The latest now from CBS news news updates one hundred and twenty thousand American troops reported new military plan on the White House calls for that number to be sent to the Persian Gulf. It's more or less deployment plans for a troop level that equals to what the United States put in during the initial war in Iraq to displace Saddam Hussein CBS news military analyst, Mike Lyons. New York Times report says this new plan is being pushed by hardline national security adviser, John Bolton in response to perceived threats by Iran lion says a future plans to actually invade Iran. A lot more troops are going to be called upon one hundred twenty thousand troops initially for some kind of combat role. There would likely be involved with significant combat operations to the point where we could use two to three times. That if we don't want it to be successful CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. California jury finding the maker of the popular weed killer roundup liable for damages for someone who developed cancer a couple from California details from CBS news. Steve futterman. This is the third straight verdict to go against the bear company. Which now owns the controversial weed killer, but many legal experts believe the two billion dollar punitive award will be significantly reduced. The jury ruled that roundup had been defectively designed and users of it were not warned of its potential cancer risk. There are thousands of other similar lawsuits awaiting trial couple involved in this suit claim they use roundup for more than thirty years in their landscaping business. And we're diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma. Traffic.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Election-eve in Missouri. President Trump was stumping for the Republican challenger democratic Senator Claire mccaskill if you want jobs. And if you want safety, you have only one choice, a young talented man, who's going I tell you. I really believe this. He's going to go down as one of our great senators. Josh Hawley Senator. Mccaskill says she knows Mr. Trump is capable of whipping up his supporters. There are a lot of President Trump's supporters that President Trump can motivate. But there's also a lot of people that him being here motivates motivates folks that one for me, I'm Jim Taylor. California. If you g- rational racists may hold the key to whether Democrats can become the majority of the house of the representatives with twenty three seats needed to take control of the house. At least a half a dozen congressional seats in California could go either way, according to political analyst rob cranky with a group grassroots lab is all depends on turnout. You can see polls that show some of the Republican incumbents down by as much as eight if you poll registered voters and down by as much as one or on top by one if you do likely voter, so you know, what happens in terms of people showing up tomorrow, we'll go a long way towards determining it other factors that come into play for the possible, flip of GOP seats is unpopularity with President Trump in a state that went overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton and funding with Democrats having in some cases of two to one cash advantage money coming in from Paxton from large venture capitalists such as Tom star in the last two months. Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio one tight race for congress in southern California involves a millennial newcomer and a two term incumbent. There's three on that how that side and two on the side a small army. Via volunteers in seamy valley tracking down voters one knock at a time. These soldiers are pounding the pavement for Katie hill. Steve nights campaign. Dole says he has volunteers out here to incumbent Republican Steve nights campaign staff tells us he was busy making calls from his Santa Clarita campaign office, but he's not made any public appearances. Katie hill busy in all three of her storefront campaign offices. This is the first time the thirty one year old former head of a nonprofit that helps the homeless has run for public office. But now as a campaign veteran, what are her thoughts on this eve of her first election more than any policy position or or anything like that? It's just about being a voice for people. It's about listening to what they're concerned about and showing that you care, and I think that the more we have people who are willing to be transparent who are willing to say like, look, I don't have the answer for everything right now. But I promised to go and fight for you. Then that's how we change politics as usual. Kitty hill, and I'm running for congress. After weeks.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Season comes to a close today as Americans head to the polls. Election-eve in Surrey. President Trump was stumping for the Republican challenger democratic Senator Claire mccaskill if you want jobs. Have you want safety? You have only one choice a young talented, man. Who's going to be? I I really believe this. He's going to go down as one of our great senators Josh hauling Senator mccaskill says she knows Mr. Trump is capable of whipping up his supporters. There are a lot of President Trump's supporters that President Trump can motivate. But there's also a lot of people that him being here motivates motivates folks that one for me midterm election voting polls open there and cross country in a matter of hours. I'm Jim Taylor. California congressional races may hold the key to other Democrats. Take control Vassar I presented lives with twenty three seats needed to take control of the house. At least a half a dozen congressional seats in California could go either way, according to political analyst rob cranky with a group grassroots lab is all depends on turnout. You can see polls that show some of the Republican incumbents down by as much as eight if you poll registered voters and down by as much as one or on top by one if you do likely voter, so you know, what happens in terms of people showing up tomorrow, we'll go a long way toward determining it. Other factors that come into play for the possible, flip of GOP seats is unpopularity with President Trump in a state that went overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton and funding with Democrats having in some cases of two to one cash advantage money coming in from Paxson from large venture capitalists such as Tom Steyer in the last two months. Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio one tight race for congress in southern California involves a millennial newcomer and a two term incumbent. There's three on that how that side and two on the side a small army. Volunteers in seamy valley tracking down voters one knock at a time. These foot soldiers are pounding the pavement for Katie hill. Steve nights campaign. Dole says he has volunteers out here to incumbent Republican Steve nights campaign staff tells us he was busy making calls from his Santa Clarita campaign office, but he's not made any public appearances. Katie hill busy in all three of her storefront campaign offices. This is the first time the thirty one year old former head of a nonprofit that helps the homeless has run for public office. But now as a campaign veteran, what are her thoughts on this eve of her first election more than any policy position or or anything like that? It's just about being for people. It's about listening to what they're concerned about and showing that you care, and I think that the more we have of people who are willing to be transparent who are willing to say like, look, I don't have the answer for everything right now. But I promised to go and fight for you. Then that's how we change politics as usual. I'm Katie hill. And I'm running for congress after weeks of TV ads Representative Steve Knight has worked across the aisle leaders don't control me, and they never live partisan action for clean energy and the much anticipated debate, Steve Knight and Katie hill. Please. Komo. It's now down to the final hours before the polls open CBS news reporter Randy page, one solid Republican strongholds in southern California are in play for Democrats in today's midterms due in part to changing demographics percentage of white. Republican voters has been in decline since the nineties and the one solid GOP districts and stirs with the Annenberg center USA. He tells KNX said it's a gamble by both parties on whose base is more reliable. No question that t- electorate is turning in the Democrats fever over long-term warming already voters younger voters are leaning democrat, however voted for minority communities and younger people idolise consistent voters on election day, and particularly in a make term election voter turnout is usually lower Republicans are gambling that a smaller number of more reliable voters will carry the day over a lot. Larger number of less consistent voters says that may not be good strategy for Republicans to California. But it's the one that the national GOP has adopted President Trump is calling his campaign ads effective amid controversy over an immigration related commercial. That's been pulled by two TV networks and declined by a third both FOX and NBC pulled the ad linking the caravan of Central American migrants with an undocumented immigrants sentenced to death for killing police officers and CNN called it racist asked to respond directly. President Trump said he didn't know about it. And we have a lot of ads, and they certainly are effective based on the numbers were saying the president tweeted the ad which attacks Democrats on Halloween. Alison key CBS news, Washington. A lawsuit over fracking off, the California coast have more on that coming.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm Brian paying top story at eleven thirty a turbulent election season comes to a close tomorrow as Americans head to the polls. Election-eve in Missouri. President Trump was stumping for the Republican challenger to democratic Senator Claire mccaskill if you want jobs, and if you want safety, you have only one choice, a young talented man, who's going to be I tell you. I really believe this. He's going to go down as one of our great senators Josh hauling Senator mccaskill says she knows Mr. Trump is capable of whipping up his supporters. There are a lot of President Trump's supporters that President Trump can motivate. But there's also a lot of people that him being here motivates motivates folks that one for me midterm election voting polls open there and cross country in a matter of hours. I'm Jim Taylor. California. Congressional races mailed the key to what the Democrats control of the house of representatives with twenty three seats needed to take control of the house. At least a half a dozen congressional seats in California could. Go either way, according to political analyst rob cranky with a group grassroots lab. It all depends on turnout. You can see polls that show some of the Republican incumbents down by as much as eight if you poll registered voters and down by as much as one we're on top by one if you do likely voter, so you know, what happens in terms of people showing up tomorrow, we'll go a long way toward determining it. Other factors that come into play for the possible, flip of GOP seats is unpopularity with President Trump in a state that went overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton and funding, but Democrats having some cases of two to one cash advantage money coming in from Pakistan from large venture capitalists, such as Tom style. In the last two months. Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio one tight race for congress in southern California involves a millennial newcomer and a two term incumbent. There's three on that how that side and two on the side a small army of volunteers in seamy valley tracking down voters one knock at a time. These foot soldiers are pounding the pavement for Katie hill. Steve nights campaign tells us he has volunteers out here to incumbent Republican Steve nights campaign staff tells us he was busy making calls from his Santa Clarita campaign office today, but he's not made any public appearances. Katie hill has been busy in all three of her storefront campaign offices. This is the first time the thirty one year old former head of a nonprofit that helps the homeless has run for public office. But now as a campaign veteran, what are her thoughts on this eve, her first election more than any policy position or or anything like that? It's just about being a voice for people. It's about listening to what they're concerned about and showing that you care, and I think that the more we have of people who are willing to be transparent who are willing to say like, look, I don't have the answer for everything right now. But I promised to go and fight for you. Then that's how we change politics is usual, I'm Katie hill. And I'm running for congress after weeks of TV ads Representative Steve Knight has worked to cross the aisle leaders don't control me, and they never live partisan action for clean energy and the much anticipated debate, Steve Knight and Katie hill. Please. Komo news. It's now down to the final hours before the polls open at CBS news. Reporter Randy page once solid Republican strongholds in southern California are in play for Democrats in tomorrow's midterms due in part to changing demographics, the percentage of white. Republican voters has been in decline since the nineties in what solid GOP districts, Dan Schnur is with the Annenberg center at USC. He tells KNX it's a gamble by both parties on whose basis more reliable. No question that he electorate is turning in the Democrats fever older long-term warming already voters younger voters are leaning democrat, however voters from minority communities and younger people are the least consistent voters, I'm election day, and particularly in a midterm election. Voter turnout is usually lower Republicans are gambling that a smaller number of more reliable voters will carry the day over. A larger number of less. Consistent voters Schnur says that may not be a good strategy for Republicans in California. But it's one of the national GOP has adopted eleven thirty five.

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"jim taylor california" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"jim taylor california" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Rain in seventy four degrees at twelve o'clock cbs news i'm jim taylor california's wine country is on fire is if you consider once farther spectacular fires raging out of control in napa and sonoma valleys cal fire battalion chief jonathan cox says evacuations are underway fire our priority right now is to get people out of harm's way evacuees are filling shelters to beyond capacity kpix tv reporter katie nielsen says the fires are really fast moving just in a matter at about three to four hours this went from two hundred acre fire to a twenty thousand acre fire we're hearing stories of people who we're just able to grab their pats and literally had the clothes on their backs as they were running truly running for their lives governor jerry brown declaring a state of emergency in napa and sonoma and uber counties of california first the trump administration pulling the us out of the paris climate accord now it will attempt to undo another one of barack obama's top efforts on climate change cbs news white house correspondent stephen portnoy the epa administrator announced his intention and kentucky bowing the war on coal is over scott pruitt says here in washington tomorrow he'll begin the process of enduring the clean power plan an obama era rule to curb carbon emissions from power plants republicans have long opposed the regulation arguing the past administration overstepped its bounds environmentalists and some states may now sue to block the trump administration's move just into cbs news a criminal investigation of the flint water crisis special prosecutor there says he will add a charge of involuntary manslaughter against michigan's chief medical executive dr eden wells in court today for a key hearing on other charges but postponed after the announcement by the prosecutor five other people charged with involuntary manslaughter tied to the outbreak of legionaires disease in the flint area in 2014 2015 what is now tropical russian may still doing damage cbs news correspondent jim krasula in north carolina what was hurricane nato pounded the mountains so the carolinas at east tennessee with torrential rain that led to flooding and mudslides there were also apparent tornadoes outside of asheville that caused widespread property damage a 40yearold north carolina fireman was hit and killed while directing traffic around stormed up rape the driver was charged with dwi and another possible hurricane on the horizon tropical storm affiliate lurking in the.

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