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The Kerry Babies
"On saturday april fourteenth nineteen eighty-four. In cahiers sabine in county kerry ireland a local man jack griffin was out for a jog on white strand fees when he saw what looked like a doll wedged between the rocks in a plastic back. It was the body of a newborn baby. Boy he had been strangled. His neck was broken and his tiny body had twenty eight stab wounds. Four of them were in his heart. The baby was about five days old born on or about the seventh of april and had been dead for two days the irish police known as the gardy recalled and they in turn called the undertaker. Tom carnitine when he arrived tom. Cruise into the baby with water from a nearby freshwater stream. He placed him in a small casket and gave him a name john. The gardy suspected the baby's mother specifically an unmarried mother perhaps a teenage girl or woman who was having an affair with a married man in catholic ireland in the early eighties. Abortion was illegal as was divorce condoms were only available with a prescription and birth control. Pills were only prescribed to married women. Both were difficult to obtain any sex education or lack thereof was laid out by the church. Young unmarried woman found herself pregnant. Her parents could send her away to a church. Run home where she would have her baby in secret and then the nuns would take it away for adoption. Irish women few options could use. Evine was a small town in police. Knew that someone with no something. They questioned women all over town even physically examining some of them for signs of a recent pregnancy before long. They found a suspect joanne hayes. Joanne hayes was a twenty five year old single mother who lived roughly forty miles away. In abbey dorney north kerry. She had recently been pregnant but wasn't anymore and no one had seen a baby. Joanne worked as a receptionist at a gym. It was there that she met the father of her children. Jeremiah block jeremiah. Was married with children so joe am lived with her daughter. Her mother her aunt and her siblings on the family farm. She hid the pregnancy and by april. Her relationship with jeremiah was over joanne. Hayes told police that she gave birth alone on april twelfth but her baby died shortly after she then buried the infant on her family's farm. Burials like this were common as babies who were born out of wedlock or weren't baptized. Were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground. Babies like joannes received home. Burials after this traumatic birth joanne needed medical attention and it was through the hospital that these authorities discovered her as the guardian interrogated joann. She begged and pleaded insisting that if they would just allow her to show them her baby's grave on the farm. She could prove that she was not responsible for baby john. They refused
San Francisco Leaders Push For Natural Gas Ban In New Construction
"Was 10 years ago today that a massive gas pipeline explosion virtually destroyed a neighborhood in San Bruno. This case, CBS's Matt Bigler reports San Francisco City leaders are pushing for a ban on natural gas in most new construction instead of gas. The proposal would require all electric in new construction in San Francisco when feasible. One of those backing the ordinance, former San Francisco fire chief Joanne Hayes. White were big proponents of this because of the great risk that it has Death causes to the community and in terms of the environment, just sustainability and resiliency. Overtime, while clean burning natural gas is mostly methane, a greenhouse gas that scientists say is even more damaging than carbon dioxide. But hes white tells KCBS her main concern is fires fueled by natural gas are a public safety hazard. It's much more challenging to suppress the gas fueled fire. You cannot suppress it until the gas Is completely turned off more than 30 cities in California, including Berkeley, have already taken steps to limit the use of natural gas in new buildings.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"You at KCBS radio dot com and the KCBS phone force number is four. One five three nine one KCBS your next traffic update at ten fifty eight on the traffic leader, Casey. KCBS six day forecast is calling for mostly sunny skies throughout the afternoon today. Highs today getting into the sixties at the beaches to about eighty degrees inland tonight, the coastal fog, low clouds will push their way into the bay with lows in the fifties. Tomorrow slightly cooler than today with a mix of sun and clouds highs getting into the mid sixties to the mid seventies about the same story on Tuesday with similar temperatures. But then things change on Wednesday Thursday and Friday, we cool down further. Highs those three days will be in the mid fifty to the upper sixties, and we look partly to mostly cloudy all three days with the possibility of some showers as well. Checking temperatures around the bay right now at sixty degrees in San Jose. And in Mountain View, sixty one in San Francisco, it's fifty eight in Oakland and even sixty four Livermore sixty one in Santa Rosa, and it is fifty six degrees in Hayward. We've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on all these one six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time ten fifty one Bill weeks. And Andy Clawson are at the KCBS editor's desk. One of the first women to serve in the San Francisco fire department hopes that corporate America can learn something from her one time employer. KCBS reporter Margie. Schaefer tells us the firefighter New York Times bestselling author also is inspiring kids to be mighty Caroline Paul joined the San Francisco fire department in one thousand nine hundred nine in the class. Just ahead of now. Retired chief JoAnne Hayes white. She calls herself a fan of Hayes white and now chief Janine Nicholson for breaking the glass ceiling seeing female fire chief is amazing..
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Problems with its online banking services, and it's affecting accounts nationwide. KCBS reporter Matt biggers outside of Wells Fargo branch in San Francisco with the latest a little worrying when you open up your banking app. And you can't see your balance or even access your account. That's what happened to Wells Fargo customer. Ramiro Rivas this morning. He came straight to this Bank branch to see if the ATM was working was. Okay. Okay. Did it say anything at the ATM screen about the issues with online banking data and you're able to get cash out? Oh, got some gosh. So the ATM's and the branches appear to be unaffected. But there are numerous reports of customer. Basically frozen out of their accounts online in a tweet this morning. Wells Fargo said, quote, we're experiencing a systems issue that is causing intermittent outages. And we're working to restore services as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience the issues with online and mobile banking started as early as yesterday afternoon and may be related to a similar outage on February first outside a Wells Fargo branch in San Francisco, Matt Bigler KCBS, we have several requests into Wells Fargo for more information on the situation. In the meantime, you've spoken with fire officials have Minnesota where it was reported that a fire at wellsfargo server far may be what caused the outage. Let's fire fficials tell KCBS. There was no fire, but Wells Fargo server farm did experience an accidental activation of the fire suppression system due to some dust from construction being done on site. We don't know that incidents connected to the problem, but crews are on the process of restoring the fire suppression system, we're going to keep you updated on any information as we get it. The investigation is just getting underway into a gas line explosion that bird five buildings on Geary boulevard in San Francisco's inner Richmond district yesterday. One of the first questions is being asked as white took two hours and fifteen minutes to cap the ruptured lines and get the flames to subside KCBS has make goals. We reports for the city's fire chief says it was too long. They weren't Cisco fire chief JoAnne Hayes, white certainly as the fire chief and as a resident. Yes. The sooner the better. Yes. I would have liked to have seen it mitigated center. So why did it take so long Blair Jones with genie says they do have a very strict protocol to follow state law? Requires us that if we know that there is a gas line within twenty four inches of asphalt above the sir beneath the surface. The we have to hand dig. And they wanted to focus the shut off on that area. The not cut off gas to thousands, especially.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on AP News
"Chance and by five that's great. Good. Congratulations. That's great saga megani? Washington. India's become the world's second largest importer of liquefied petroleum gas or LPG the country's government's been pushing for cleaner alternatives to traditional cooking fuels such as firewood, which can cause heavy pollution and health problems. India's petroleum minister says imports of LPG grew twelve point five percent over the past five years to twelve million metric tons in two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen surpassing Japan and putting India in second place behind China India's financial year runs from April to March. The petroleum minister says demand for LPGA is projected to rise. Thirty four percent from two thousand fourteen to twenty twenty five. I'm Rita Foley. With an AP news at a gas explosion in San Francisco burned five buildings before firefighters brought it under control. There were no injuries. Fire chief JoAnne Hayes white says a work crew accidentally cut a gas line. There were workers working industry. Installing fiber optic equipment. Under the underground a Milwaukee police officer's been shot and killed while serving a warrant on the city's south side assistant chief Michael Brenton officers may contact with two subjects at that location. And shots were fired. One officer was struck and man's under arrest. President Trump says he hopes to announce next week that the Islamic state group has lost one hundred percent of the territory. It took experts argue ISIS is still a threat and could regroup and international meetings underway in Washington. Facebook says it will appeal Germany's decision that prohibits it from gathering used data from several sources. I'm Rita Foley, more news right after this with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa, play Whitney Houston on Amazon music. Okay. Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the music.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hot Patrick fos? President Trump is worn congress that investigations of legislation. Don't mix president says no other politicians have to deal with these kind of probes it's called presidential harassment. And it's unfortunate. And it really does hurt our country. Let's make it asks Pelosi. Says the Democrats are charging ahead with plans to probe Mr. Trump's tax returns business and ties to Russia. He tells a kind of got on President Trump's plan to hold a second nuclear solid with North Korea. This month. Donald Trump has touted his North Korean policy as a tremendous success. But the agreement reached between the two leaders at their first meeting in Singapore was vague and resulted in a seven month steal meat. It's understood that this time the US is looking to extract specific pledges from Kim Jong in the South Korean president claims that Mr Kim is prepared to give up his nuclear production site known as young as the US offers something in return. The Trump administration has said it's not willing to lift sanctions. But it has mentioned helping the North's economy. BBC's Laura bicker, utility crews had to hand dig underground shut off gas flow into a fire that raged at a San Francisco neighborhood, a spokeswoman for Pacific Gas and electric says that's why it took more than two hours to shut off the gas that fed the flames San Francisco fire chief, JoAnne Hayes, white says there were additional reports of utility workers missing out in the west. But it appears they're all okay. We were told that there were eight workers in that vicinity. Doing the fiber optic work underground all been accounted for at this point. I have received a.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Francisco. Eight sixty AM The Answer. A service of Salem media. Patrick fos. President Trump is born congress that investigations and legislation. Don't mix president says no other politicians have to deal with these kind of probes it's called presidential harassment. And it's unfortunate, and it really does hurt our country. But speaker Nancy Pelosi says the Democrats are charging ahead with plans to pro Mr. Trump's tax returns business in ties to Russia. Details are kind of got on President Trump's plan to hold a second nuclear salad with North Korea. This month. Donald Trump has touted his North Korean policy as a tremendous success. But the agreement reached between the two leaders at their first meeting in Singapore was vague and resulted in a seven month stalemate, it's understood that this time the US is looking to extract specific pledges from Kim Jong in the South Korean president claims that Mr Kim is prepared to give up his nuclear production site known as young beyond. If the US offers something in return. The Trump administration has said it's not willing to lift sanctions. But it has mentioned helping the north economy. BBC's Laura bicker, utility crews had to hand dig underground shut off gas flow into a fire that raged at a San Francisco neighborhood, a spokeswoman for Pacific Gas and electric says that's why it took more than two hours to shut off the gas that fed the flames San Francisco fire chief, JoAnne Hayes, white says there were initial reports of utility workers missing out in west appears, they're all okay. We were told that there were eight workers in that the Senate doing the fiber optic work.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on WTRH
"Dot com. Patrick fos. President Trump is born congress that investigations of legislation. Don't mix president says no other politicians have to deal with these kind of probes it's called presidential harassment. And it's unfortunate. And it really does hurt our country. Let's face it. Pelosi says the Democrats charging ahead with plans to probe Mr. Trump's tax returns business and ties to Russia. Details are coming out on President Trump's plan to hold a second nuclear salad with North Korea. This month. Donald Trump has touted his North Korean policy as a tremendous success. But the agreement reached between the two leaders at their first meeting in Singapore with vague and resulted in a seven month steal meat. It's understood that this time the US is looking to extract specific pledges from Kim Jong UN. This is Korean president claims that Mr Kim is prepared to give up his nuclear production site known as young beyond. The US offers something in return. The Trump administration has said it's not willing to lift sanctions. But it has mentioned helping the North's economy. BBC's Laura bicker, utility crews had to hand dig underground to shut off gas flow into a fire that raged at a San Francisco neighborhood, a spokeswoman for Pacific Gas and electric says that's why it took more than two hours to shut off the gas that fed this lanes San Francisco fire chief, JoAnne Hayes, white says there were additional reports of utility workers missing out of the west. But it appears they're all okay. We were told that there were eight.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Or videos Pacific, Gas and electric has stopped. The flow of gas to align in San Francisco that was severed and caused a huge fire. It took crews hours to shut off the line. Fire chief JoAnne Hayes, white says the gas line was cut this afternoon by workers installing fiber optic wires had free flowing. Claim for approximately two hours and fifteen minutes did respond to the scene and eventually grew able to mitigate the incident she says four buildings caught fire a fifth has water damage part of the neighborhood has been evacuated. We have a stall on the ninety one in Anaheim hills. It's on the eastbound side, it's just before coal canyon. It's a truck in the left lane. Now Stoller no Stahl those delays overall are loading up leaving the one ten freeway. It's out of Huntington beach with Mike O'Brien KFI in the sky. Sponsored by injury attorneys superwoman super lawyer dot com. Troubles there. Four or five southbound approaching beach boulevard looks like a stuck bay Greg in the right lane. Now, it's back up kind of unusual soy in this Orange County stretch back into seal beach. But at that point, you're catching the normal stuff all the way for the Westside of Los Angeles. So just a brutal drive on that south four zero five up ahead. You got some more slowing through Irvine and the door five that's going to be. Heavy through Irvine up valley as well. Now, headache, you should be a ho- where it has been mission impossible the five northbound just about Oso Parkway last report, all lanes blocked, the overturned vehicle der, very very tough on usual soins back towards the seventy three. Entered into an accident. There's a cheaper woman super lawyer dot com. Mike O'Brien KFI in.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KGO 810
"By natural gas fueled fire today the fire on Geary boulevard in Parker avenue damage five buildings. But there were no injuries. Fire chief JoAnne Hayes white says, it's not clear why it took so long to shut off the gas complex incident. Right now. Time happy because right now we've had no reported injuries. After the main objective. Property damage. Safety is always officials say a private contractor installing fiber optic cables underground cut into a natural gas line, the fire has disruptive gas and electric service to the neighborhood. San Francisco police are trying to locate an East Bay psychiatrist named a priest trading a person of interest in the so-called doodle or case of the nineteen seventies. They also want to talk to the person who called police to report finding a body on ocean beach on January twenty seventh nineteen seventy four. The dealer is believed to be responsible for the killings of five. White gay men between nineteen seventy four and nineteen seventy five. Detectives have released an updated sketch of what the killer might look like today. A one thousand dollar reward is being offered in the case on Capitol Hill, congress held its first hearing on gun violence, and at least eight years. The House Judiciary committee is looking at ways to reduce the problem, chairman Jerrold Nadler, says congress has done virtually nothing to fight gun violence. We do not need another moment of silence. We do not need more thoughts and prayers. We need a mobile of action. Today's hearing is the first step towards that goal. Democrats have promised action on measures to address gun violence, including expanded background checks. A check of the roads next on KGAN. Let's say you just bought a house bad.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"In Illinois would increase in the state's minimum wage may twenty five an hour to fifteen bucks over six years, suburban Republicans, your voice explained why he voted against it. I am deeply concerned that we're doing the same thing in Illinois. We've been losing population. We've been losing jobs, and I'm really concerned that the more anti-business anti-growth proposals that we undertake the greater the risk to the future of the state of Illinois as you could move to a Senate floor vote is earliest tomorrow. Suburban high family suing Holland America. Cruise lines for its alleged slow response to womanhood. Suffered a stroke sixty five year old Lila Gail, or husband and son were four hours out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which she suffered a stroke. The Tribune report their lawsuit claims instead of contacting the coast guard for a meta back or turning back or getting Cleveland from an onboard Dr ship continued toward the Bahamas where she was taken to a poorly equipped hospital then had to wait overnight for a flight back to Florida Gail now lives in Highland Park nursing home where she's never expected to leave. No comment on the suit from Holland America. Pat, Cassidy NewsRadio one point nine FM. San Francisco fire department says five of its crews have been found safe after being briefly reported missing during a gas explosion and fire today for chief JoAnne. Hayes white explains. What happened is believed to be? Workers doing some fiber optic work in the street that may have breached a gas line. There were no injuries a record setting. Former member of congress is reportedly facing a new health challenge tonight, the wife of retired Michigan democratic congressman John Dingell says he's and this is quoting now entering a new phase reporting the reports suggest that he's going into hospice care several months after having a heart attack single is ninety two years old. He served in congress for fifty years and the news of his health brought tributes from Democrats and Republicans like Republican Liz Cheney we just went off firm. Let a tremendous man of service. He's been served in the house for fifty nine years. And and we certainly sent all of our thoughts and prayers to the Dingle family this morning tonight singles official Twitter account posted. A message thanking followers for their kind words and prayers WBZ news time five fifty three address worn by a distraught. Nearly Monroe going to auction in California..
"joanne hayes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty five degrees in Boston at six o'clock. Good evening. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening. Gas line explosion since flames three stories high into the air. This is happening right now in San Francisco evacuations have been ordered for nearby buildings five. Firefighters went missing but have been found safe and sound just minutes ago. This is fire chief, JoAnne Hayes white. We're here we declared evacuations in checked every building around the perimeter for one block radius. There's nobody within distance in a one block radius at least four buildings are now involved these flames are incredibly intense PG and E says they're working with first responders no word yet. And what triggered this gas explosion not far from the university of San Francisco, which is in laurel heights will have more throughout the evening here on the state's highest court delivers a blow to the defense of Michelle Carter upholding today, her conviction on a charge of involuntary manslaughter. This is in connection with the death of her former boyfriend con. Brad ROY who took his own life in two thousand fourteen WBZ TV's, Christina Hager with more on what this means. And how the defense is reacting. Well, today's ruling on the state supreme judicial court. Could mean Carter will now begin serving prison time. Prosecutors say she sent dozens of texts to her boyfriend Conrad ROY in two thousand fourteen encouraging him to take his own life, investigators allege she was even on the phone with him as his truck filled with deadly gas, but she never called nine one one at one point. He got out of the truck and Carter told him to get back in now Carter's attorney Joe Cataldo sent us a statement saying I respectfully, but completely disagree with today's ruling we will be weighing all our legal options, including further appellate review. And he said that includes the US supreme court again Carter's defense saying they may appeal this case all the way to the US supreme court and again insisting. Carter did not cause Conwright Conrad Roy's tragic death. We spoke today with noted attorney, Phil, Tracy. He supports the court's decision to uphold the conviction accountability. If somebody commits suicide because of cyber bullying, they has to be consequences for those people who are the bullies. Michelle Carter had been sentenced to fifteen months behind bars. But since now has remained free on appeals. It's six to several hundred law enforcement leaders from around the nation are taking part tomorrow and a high level meeting in Washington, there'll be addressing the ongoing drug crisis. Are Kim Tunnicliffe tells us a Massachusetts nonprofit will be part of the discussion members of the police assisted addiction and recovery initiative will be among those meeting with vice president Pence at the White House executive director Ali hunter mcdade says they'll be highlighting their belief that you can't arrest. Your way out of the drug problem harbor front row seat to the opioid epidemic. So any interaction? With law enforcement is an opportunity to get somebody on their first step to recovery. We're looking at community policing approaches that keep somebody out of the criminal Justice system. The nonprofit was formed in partnership with the Gloucester police departments angel initiative under that programme anyone who walks into the police station with needles or drugs and asks for help will not be arrested. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. By the way, the chief of police in Methuen will also be at that meeting. We'll be following it for you. Coming up another apology from Senator Warren for claiming to be a native American.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"This is your talk. This place is really soft mouth on fifteen ninety WC geo Evanston, Chicago. Intelligence turnover assault allegation. I'm Barbara Kusak. The house intelligence committee voted to send more than fifty interview transcripts from its now closed Russia investigation to special counsel, Robert Muller. Correspondent Sara Murray explains. What the committee's new chairman Adam Schiff plans to do next to Adam Schiff says we're going to get right down to it. We're going to expand beyond the Russia investigation with the help of other committees. And look at the idea that may be President Trump's business interest drove sort of decisions that he made they're looking into whether there was any leverage over the president at war, his family members by Russia or the Saudis or any other nation Trump called Shifa political hack who's trying to build a name for himself Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is under fire after a woman claimed he sexually assaulted her at the democratic national convention in two thousand four correspondent Brian Noble's. Reads, an excerpt from her full statement, I cried and gag Mr. Fairfax forced me to perform oral sex on him. I cannot believe given my obvious distress that Mr. Fairfax thought this four sexual act was consensual to be very clear, I did not want to engage in oral sex Fairfax, and I never gave him any form of consent. San francisco. Firefighters are battling a huge gas fire that erupted after an explosion fire chief JoAnne Hayes white says aid workers who were close to the blast area have been accounted for with no injuries. There's a lot of work going on in.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Stain at the Chico mall, location ridge view, high school is at the boys and girls. Chico where they were prior to break bussing is complicated. John says especially now that some students have moved back into homes that survived. There's enough high school kids on the upper ridge that we are bussing them down starting on Tuesday. And we actually I've been working on putting wifi on two of our buses because those are pretty long commutes lane KCBS a space for political activism and civic discourse. In San Francisco's mission district has become the focus of weekly protests. Now, he CBS's Carrie Hodousek reports from manny's on sixteenth street much like a bar that people can go to to watch sports manny's as a space people can go to watch political debates and discuss local issues, but in recent weeks owner, Manny, you T L says they've been the target of weekly protests and vandalism. There was a big black Jewish star spray. Painted on the space I've been broken into once and I've held side one attempted burglary. I don't know if they're related. Groups have protested over Palestinian oppression and gentrification in the mission district because Manny describes himself as a proud liberal American Jew whose family previously escaped persecution. My little sister was almost blown up by suicide bomber in Israel at a bus stop. And the issue is personal to me. But of course, of course, I don't support injustice in any way, adding that he doesn't agree with everything the Israeli government does he says he actually welcomes those conversations in his business. Anyone that has an issue that they wanna talk about or a 'cause they wanna talk about whether it's anti gentrification or the Middle East peace. You know, this is a space for those conversations to in the mission district. Carrie hodousek. KCBS the union representing San Francisco firefighters is expressing concern about the search for a new fire chief longtime chief JoAnne Hayes white announced last year that she will retire and the city's fire commissioners now. Interviewing applicants for the job. And a letter to the commission shared with KCBS reporter gentle lane, the incoming president of the firefighters union says it's very disturbing that some of the highest ranking and most experienced internal candidates have already been rejected. Commissioners do not comment on the closed door hiring process. KCBS news time twelve forty four were a minute away from the sportsline with Bruce McGowan tearless baby.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Into cardiac arrest, if you get to them within the first four to six minutes, the chances of survival increases significantly the purchases will be facilitated by the nonprofit racing hearts, which has been at the forefront of raising awareness about the devices in Palo Alto. Carrie hodousek. KCBS San Francisco mayor London breed and the fire commission say that plans are underway now to hire a new fire chief JoAnne Hayes white announced this week that she will retire in six months. She's been with the department since nineteen ninety she's been chief for about sixteen years. The San Francisco fire commission hopes to present mayor breed with the pool of candidates by late January or early February. San Francisco's planning commission has rejected an outright ban on office cafeterias and recommended that supervisors come up with an alternative. KCBS has gentlemen reports on the proposal designed to support the restaurants that surround but don't attract much business from large companies supervisor Ossoff, I explained to planning commissioners the intent of his proposal to encourage corporate workers to get out and patronize local food sellers. Keeping thousands of employees inside is improperly it model maybe in an isolated office park when you're bringing a business model from Silicon Valley to the city, you have to adjust that model the commission appreciated the concept, but voted down a ban on new cafeterias. After hearing how much their union workers prefer them to restaurants after my co workers, and I organized the union in Facebook, Kevin Syria. I can see a career in this job. I can strive for a better position. We have guaranteed raises. I finally have health insurance, and I don't have to be stressed about money or and what to do when my daughter gets sick. And we don't have to rely on public assistance anymore. Supervisors are now asked to find compromise in San Francisco, gentlemen, KCBS. Started the recreational season for Dungeness crab is being delayed on the north coast. Without delay. Does not affect bay area. Fishermen the season. Here opens a week from tomorrow, Saturday, November third the delay on the north coast affects the water's just north of Patrick's point in Humboldt county all the way to the Oregon border after officials detected high levels of demo- Kassad in the crab. Meat officials say the closure will remain in effect until the levels of drop to a safe level coming up on KCBS, Melissa call Ross with the East Bay woman behind an effort to rename Oakland international airport..
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Peskine before and after the saint patrick's day fire in north beach says he saw no evidence that the supervisor was drunk or even had been drinking that night kcbs and chronicle insider fill matere reports in today's matere on ross column that this comes from central station captain paul yep who says that peskine was animated and agitated but he did not show signs of being intoxicated now this contradicts internal memos written by three of san francisco fire chief joanne hayes white subordinates who asserted that peskine was quote clearly out of control and quote and that he appeared in toxic rated noting that they quote smelled alcohol in quote on his breath peskine has denied drinking before showing up at the fire scene in san francisco on march seventeenth cbs kcbs news time twelve i don't have nearly enough time to list all the tasty as you can enjoy chicken at mcdonald's that i'll give it a go the always flavorful chicken mcnuggets made with all white meat chicken or the.
China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs
"Trade and investment phil ting offers some historic perspective trade wars very disastrous longterm for the economy that one of the reasons that we plummeted into the great depression and so ultimately it becomes a titfortat not productive economic policy china represents the third largest export market for california agricultural products top exports include pistachios almonds wine oranges dairy products and hey we hope that we could have cooler heads prevail on tariffs on both sides the trump administration says tariffs are justified against china's intellectual property practices traditional question that that's extraordinarily important but i think we can protect property without going into a tariff trade war john didn't indicate when tariffs would go into effect but said it would implement the tariffs in two parts the first would include fruit nuts and wine with fifteen percent tariff second part would cover eight us products including pork with a twenty five percent tariff in san francisco margie schaefer kcbs san francisco firefighters say that a four alarm fire the tour through north beach building last month started in a restaurant that was not equipped with sprinklers the fire on march seventeenth destroyed the building at six fifty nine union street just across washington square fire lieutenant jonathan baxter tells kcbs there were four restaurants in the building and only one had sprinklers installed officials add that because of the age of the building sprinklers are not legally required baxter says that investigators are not releasing the cause of the fire or in which of the four restaurants the fire started that fire led to a war of words between supervisor aaron peskine who criticized the department for responding slowly and san francisco fire chief joanne hayes white just ahead on kcbs on making gold's be the dmv opens the permit process to test at thomas cars without a backup human driver speaking of drivers let's find out who stuck where we check back with cheryl in your local honda dealers traffic center if you are stuck.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To cash stymied fifty two as we've been reporting on kcbs san francisco supervisor aaron peskine is apologizing to fire chief joanne hayes white for comments he made as fire crews battled a four alarm blaze in north beach saturday night pet scan said crews were slow to put water on the fire and blame the chief for the department's response tonight was a total failure by the fire department and that starts at the top kcbs jeff baylon padded rising asked are inside or fill material about what peskine is saying today what he's saying is that while he reserves the right to question the chief or anybody else about how the city is run the was not proper place or time to make his comments and so he's apologizing both to the chief and the firefighters this apology didn't come out of the balloon if follow a day of some pretty stark criticism against the north beach supervisor from not only as fellow board members but also from interim mayor mark farrell who peskine helped elect who called it was just said it was just a terrible time to do anything like this and the firefighters union which is one of the most potent forces in san francisco politics and longtime supporters of erin peskine who basically said that they were furious over the comments and the idea that saying that the firefighters didn't do a good job they say they ran into that building they were doing what they were supposed to do and if tests can knew anything about fires fighting rather than shooting off his mouth he would have known it as well basically that's what they said is i recall every time a story about firefighters has come up over the years you've pointed out that it's pretty unpopular to attack firefighters they're they're pretty well liked out there politically speaking this is an interesting move it is i think it was one that was emotional on aaron peskins part he was his district this is right in the heart of north beach by in washington square columbus and powell and this building was going up and when he arrived on the scene it didn't look like they were putting the heavy doses of water on it the reason they say is because they had firefighters in the building if they started the heavy doses of water something could have fallen and killed one.
"joanne hayes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The risk and and being able to go into that apartment that was already involved in fire basically crawl through the involve department to get onto that balcony the rescue her with no hose lines in place i mean they put themselves in great danger the rescue this woman this morning do they literally went through the fire they literally went through an evolved unit the fire to get to the balcony to get to her and get her on glider no one was injured but there's a lot of smoke and water damage in san francisco holy kwan kcbs supervisor erin peskine is apologizing to fire chief joanne hayes white after he criticized the department's efforts fighting the four alarm blaze in north beach on saturday night san francisco fire officials released a statement yesterday outlining a minute by minute breakdown of firefighters efforts to contain that fire today peskine says he intends to apologize personally the chief he adds it well it was inappropriate to raise his concerns at the scene of the fire he reserves the right to raise more questions about the departments response talk a little kcbs traffic we're going to check in with zero rates thank you l is wet roadways so many solo spin outs we really have to slow down turn on the headlights highway seventeen especially with our chilton auto body collision camp good afternoon kim vestal good afternoon and the good news years earlier accidents in both north and southbound directions in the santa cruz mountains seventeen all clear right now i'm looking at some residual backup here southbound starting before idyllwild is just past lexington reservoir and you'll stay slow in stretches to just pass summit row is brought to you by walgreens new crash.
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"Call comes less than a week after the us imposed new sanctions on russian individuals and entities for interfering in the twenty sixteen presidential election trump described it as a very good call with putin congratulated him on the victory has electoral victory call had to do also with the fact that we will probably get together in the not too distant future on the agenda trump said would be what he called the arms race as well as ukraine syria and north korea challenges where the us and russia are at odds tamra keith npr news the white house and investigations underway into a shooting this morning a great mills high school in southern maryland the sixteen year old girl was critically wounded in a fourteen year old boy was also hurt the shooter a seventeen year old male was killed when he was confronted by school resource officer republican governor larry hogan call for more investment in school safety always said we've got to keep guns out of the hands of the mental mentally ill and people with criminal records and we need the school safety resources but it's going to take everybody working together because nobody should ever have to another no community should ever have to go through this again investigators say the shooter may have had a prior relationship with one of the victims from washington this is npr news good afternoon from k caridi news i'm tara siler san francisco supervisor aaron peskine is apologizing to the city's fire chief after criticizing the way her department battled one of the largest fires in the city in years peskine singled out chief joanne hayes white saturday night at the scene of massive north beach blaze he questioned the department's decision to wait thirty minutes before dumping water on the outside of the building today he said it was inappropriate to raise questions about the firefighting decisions at the scene mayor mark farrell says peskine is right to apologize little velarde fire to be criticizing the professional firefighters literally flames are dancing behind you on how they're fighting a fire unless you're a firefighter yourself you know i think there's really no standing at all to be denied that it was wholly inappropriate and i think he's doing the right thing fire officials say the four alarm blaze which was most likely an accident is under investigation a series of storms head good for central and southern california this week is bringing more rain to the bay area most locations in the region we'll get about an.