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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Their family run retail clothing shop in Burlingame will be about ten percent of normal at first still they say their primary focus is on the health of their customers that's the last thing we want them to get sick we need just like in our family yeah it's both sided right it's our clients and it's our staff and it's our our families at home grocery stores restaurants and other places deemed essential have been open all along but depending on the county most retail shops in the bay area that are not inside malls will now be able to sell to customers curbside that includes clothing stores as well as shoe stores bookstores and many others that have been shut down from the Kobe nineteen crisis Joe Vazquez of KPIX five reporting their bay area counties have announced plans to begin entering phase two of governor Newsom statewide re opening plan with one notable exception the county hit hardest by the corona viruses holding off for now that would be Santa Clara county KCBS reporter Keith Menconi spoke with residents about how they feel about their counties more cautious approach residents throughout much of the bay area can soon look forward to loosen restrictions that will allow for things like curbside pickup at retailers or the resumption of some manufacturing but not in Santa Clara county where health officials warned doing so could lead to a resumption in rapid case growth the county's residents have a range of reactions to the news from impatience I think it's wrong I think the hospitals are overcrowded they.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"X. T. V.'s Joe Vazquez easy any says wildfire conditions strong winds and low humidity are headed back to northern California so the power company is laying the groundwork for another preemptive power shut off here in the bay area customers in Sonoma and napa counties are being notified their power to shut off as soon as Wednesday San Matteo county has also been alerted it could be lights out here early Thursday morning to the south a massive fire is threatening multi million dollar homes in the hills of LA Jimmy Schiller is with sand burner Dinos fire department even once the flame goes away the danger is not over there's lots of little nooks and crannies that the fire likes to hide in or I should say like you know little embers smoldering Ashley's three homes on little mountain have been damaged they're struggling to pick up the pieces after a powerful EF three tornado decimated parts of Dallas my neighbors insulation is in my trees and my neighbors fences in my yard CBS's defilement is there there are some streets here like royal lane where every home has suffered extensive damage many homes are total losses many streets are still blocked by fallen trees and debris and these areas are all without power storms killed four people in the south today the east coast is bracing for the possibility of rain high winds and isolated tornadoes the president says impeachment by Democrats in the house is a foregone conclusion he tells fox only reason they're pitching is because they look at the polls and they see movies just came out and said under all three scenarios trump wins easily today house intelligence oversight and foreign affairs committees will question American diplomat bill Taylor CBS's Ameri green in text messages that house made public Taylor reportedly grew concerned about the trump administration's effort.

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For violating the carpool lane. No one was hurt. But his KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports the crash raises new questions about a state law. It's a law in the state of California to move over from the lane next to the shoulder. If you see a cop car or emergency vehicle parked on the side of the road. But not a lot of people follow that here in the bay area says CHP officer Herman plaza, people may not know about it. But there is a law that states that you do have to move over to the next lane. If you see, you know, lights out on the right shoulder the driver of SUV failed to switch lanes and instead slammed into a CHP officers vehicle Monday morning, while it was parked on the shoulder on I eighty westbound near Gilman street. The officer avoided being hit at that point. He reacted in ran away from danger ran away from the vehicle so that vehicles front right side, hit the patrols left rear sight, causing major devas or patrol vehicle. They're investigating if distracted driving played a role in the crash. Bosnia is reminding drivers to just slow down in Oakland. Carrie Hodousek KCBS security guard injured while guarding a key PIX five news crew last night in east Oakland has been released from the hospital KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports two suspects have arrested but police continue to investigate whether others were involved the robbery occurred at the Oakland library on eighty first avenue around five last night while report. Joe Vazquez and cameraman John anglin recovering the ongoing teacher strike the crew took cover in the van while the security guard exchanged gunfire with the suspect a good description of the car with bullet holes on the sides with provided to police they attempted to stop that vehicle. That vehicle did not stop short pursuit, ensued. The suspect vehicle did crash. That's John Watson with the Oakland. Police department. One suspect was arrested at the site of the crash a.

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Multiple Suspects Arrested After Robbing, Shooting KPIX News Crew

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Multiple Suspects Arrested After Robbing, Shooting KPIX News Crew

"KPI x five news crew covering the Oakland teacher strike was robbed by an armed suspect who shot their security guard on Sunday evening, KPI PIX reporter, Joe Vazquez and photographer. John anglin posted a video on Twitter after the incident quick version of what happened we brought our camera out here to interview teacher who is involved in the Oakland school strike John standing next to the camera and it out of the car came out of the town out of the car with a gun in Hong basically, saying give up the camera. I want the camera. I just walked Wednesday take it as yours. So the next thing, you know, I hear gunshots. Yeah. The security guard was shot in the leg. He returned fire. The guard is in stable condition. The shooter and other suspects fled the scene in a vehicle about fifteen minutes later, a twenty one year old man walked into Highland hospital with several. Gunshot wounds. Police think he's the man who shot the guard and was wounded when the guard returned fire that man is now under arrest. A second suspect was later arrested after he crashed his car while being

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. It's too old five at the bay area's news station. KCBS clear, cold and breezy this morning, sunny and breezy and mild this afternoon. Good morning. I'm John Evans U S park. Police are investigating the death of a person whose body was found last night on the rugged cliffs below the cliff house in San Francisco KPI x five's Joe Vazquez wandered down the trail from the old Citra Baz and founded encampment near the old pump house the seat inside this filthy. Makeshift hovel that somebody called the home is too grisly to show you on TV, but I can tell you what I could see with my own eyes is behind me. There is a bed, and there appears to be a large pool of blood on the mattress that is Joe Vazquez from KPI PIX five the coroner in San Francisco is working to identify the body and determine a cause of death and two people were injured yesterday when a deck collapsed at their San Francisco home the fire departments of the deck was attached to the upper floor of a two story house on thirty ninth avenue near Moraga in the outer sunset a woman suffered traumatic non-life-threatening injuries. Her husband. And suffered only minor injuries. They're both in their fifties. Officials are investigating what caused the deck to fail. They say that they could see dry rot where the deck separated from the house the supports failed. While the decking itself remained pretty much intact. As it fell wildfires survivors who are suing PG will descend on Sacramento today, along with famed activist Erin Brockovich KCBS, Doug sovereign says, they will demand that the governor. And state lawmakers find a way to keep PG knee from declaring bankruptcy bankruptcy protection is a cowardly way out that will let PG need dodgers responsibilities for causing deadly wildfires, and costing so many people that are home says Erin Brockovich, we need to not give them that pass. And we need to look beyond when that is settled and resolved, and the people are made whole how we're going to deal with this company. That is obviously very mis managed Brockovich came to fame as the environmental crusader who took on PG for poisoning the water. Supply little town of Hinckley now, she's working with the literally thousands of people who want the company to pay for burning down their homes in sonoma's Napa Butin other counties over the last two years. He Cheney needs to be accountable for their failed equipment and the loss of these people have suffered that insurance doesn't cover. So we can help make them whole genie says bankruptcy is the only way it can survive. Governor Newsom is receptive. To the case that there could be another way forward. Doug, sovereign KCBS. All right. Well, coming up on KCBS. I'm Scott Leterrier pushes onto pressure Amazon to not sell its facial recognition technology to the US governments. And the gun is is really running amok. CBS news time to eight with a look at traffic and weather together on this Tuesday morning. Here's AJ starting with Martinez. Highway four eastbound,.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Work, and when it's time to go home. Newsradio nine fifty. WWE news time is five forty one. A lot of people saying the big show in the sky over San Francisco was other worldly last night the heavens, suddenly sparkled up. A reporter Joe Vazquez tells us the lick observatory posted a statement on Facebook calling it a meteor that changed shape because of the upper level winds right meteor through the atmosphere, and it took place shortly after sunset so that the contract that I left behind in the atmosphere was still live by the sun. Being Kwok assistant director of the Morrison planetarium of the California academy of sciences, and when upper wins the atmosphere blew the contrary into nicely contorted shapes that looked like a strange glowing curlicue up in the air, the baffled a lot of people indefinite. WJ news time five forty two. If you think you might stink. You might want to ask your shirt, here's CBS news. Correspondent Jim Chenevey talk about science and the public interest. British scientists have created a computer. Chip that uses artificial intelligence to detect body odor, an electron knows identifies dozens of gase chemicals that can make you stink. And transmits that information to a device that ranks your b o on a scale of one to five one you might get away with it three. Don't get close and five head for the showers. They hope to miniaturize miniaturized technology to the point where it can be incorporated into a smart shirt or blouse. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Devon avenue j news time five forty three electronic key-fobs are a great thing to have. But what do you do if the battery and the key fob goes dead with.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Square and he pulls the back and takes just low. I mean, like an inch or two below the knees and it's ball one. And won't think baskets can do is really making it definitive getting the down. So that Nunez can get the best jump going to third base. If it's one of those bonds at hangs in the air a little bit. And he's gotta try to wait to make sure that it's not going to be caught in the air. That's where that lead runner can get thrown out at third base. Here's the one oh, he squares. And he gets it down third base side of the mountain to third before the lead runner. That's a great play by eight. Oh my goodness. Had a spin and throw. Through a strike over to third base little issue with command the plate. But no issue. They're throwing a Justin Turner. And he didn't have time to think about it. He had to know what he was going to do before. He even got to the ball any hesitation, would it cost. Brewing nunez. I don't know. Why I was market a bunch data. My scorecard Nunez was late coming off the field. He's staying there that want to check and make sure that it wasn't something that needed to be reviewed. And he was waiting until his manager waived him in Joe Vazquez sponsor with fielder's choice. First and second with one out. And here's sandy Leone doubled into the right field corner. Is last time. This is only a bad of the game. Switch hitter batting for the left side against the right hander my eighty now..

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Now two fatalities reported, in connection with this fire the latest reading. City firefighter earlier. A bulldozer operator, working the fire lines was killed several firefighters and some civilians have been injured as well Cal fire spokesman Jonathan Cox. Says weather conditions are making this a really tough fight high temperatures hundred and ten plus degrees in the late afternoon winds that's. Really our biggest challenge. Right now this afternoon and evening wins that. Really put this fire. At the mercy of mother nature. More evacuations have been Ordered and half the city of reading remains evacuated the fire broke out Monday but it really exploded yesterday racing into small communities west of. Town before entering the city limits so far the. Number of fish given, of structures burned his sixty five. But that number is certain to grow as authorities. Now get into those neighborhoods, in west reading these are neighborhoods on the east side of the Sacramento river folks who've lived. In the, area for years. Never thought fire could. Come from the. West jumped. The river in burn neighborhoods where it did KPI fives. Joe Vazquez among reporters in reading this morning telling us that. He, saw numbers numerous homes burned although a crazy, quilt pattern as we saw other, California wildfires were a. Home it'd be burned the neighbors not, and eerily out in front of many of. These nice green. Patch of lush, lawn a moment of silence for victims of the car fire at one of the base camps for the big Ferguson. Fire that's the one near Yosemite where KCBS reporter Holly has been position this week and she joins us live with an update from the Sierra Nevada Holly The camp full of firefighters had already saw the fatality of a dose operator last. Week early of the Ferguson. Fire, now clumsy, car fire tragedy is superintendent of the global hotshots that's firefighters version of watching this is his backyard knows the terrain and the fire. History but even so your head is on a. Swivel when you hear that there's a fatality either on the on the fire that you're on or or fire somewhere else, you you, know you know that It was somebody just like you out doing their, job and, and it just It's a reminder that we need to fall back to basics and we need to make. Sure that we're doing everything that we can to ensure that it doesn't happen Well that means no your escape routes watch for boulders.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Been destroyed thousands of people have been, evacuated k. PIX, TV's Joe Vazquez see. Large wall of flames on the hillside that is emitting smoke that. Is pretty thick and we're. Quite a distance from. The actual fire scene but the smoke is quite overwhelming and as. I look up into the sky. There are thick pieces of ash. Embers just floating down and landing. On clothing and cars and covering anything that's. In its path a bulldozer operator was killed by the flames which now cover about forty. Five square, miles President Trump is responding to an offer by his former. Attorney to tell prosecutors Mr. Trump knew about his son Donald juniors get. Together with campaign aides and a Russian lawyer before it happened White House correspondent Steven Portnoy reiterating his denial which he first issued when the Trump Tower meeting. Became public knowledge last year the president tweets it sounds to him Like his longtime, lawyer is quote trying to make up stories in order to get himself out of an unrelated jam speculating it might have something to do with Michael Cohen's, ownership of, New York City taxi cabs Vladimir Putin says he's ready to go to Washington and he's inviting President Trump to, Moscow a DC meeting. Had been planned for the fall but the White House, postponed it until, after the midterm elections A ceremony and North Korea as the remains. Are what are believed to be fifty five American servicemen arrive on a plane from North Korea and be flown to Hawaii be tested for identification. Before being returned to their families radio shack is making a comeback of sorts the Dallas. Morning News reports radio shack express stores will open, in more than one hundred hobby towns stores the electronics chain filed for bankruptcy last year, as in p futures are up one this is CBS news Are, you hiring, with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started at indeed. Dot com slash ir Good morning it's. Eight. Oh three we have a lot of clouds in the sky this morning eighty eight degrees already. Another. Hot day you can bet it. It's going to be about one hundred and. Two today we do have a.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"TV's Joe Vazquez I could see a large wall of flames, on the hillside that is emitting smoke that is. Pretty thick and we're quite. A distance from the. Actual fire scene but the smoke is quite overwhelming and as I. Look up into the sky there. Are thick pieces of ash embers. Just floating down and landing on. Clothing and cars and covering anything that's an. It's a bulldozer operator was killed by the flames which now cover about forty five. Square miles, President Trump is responding to an offer by his former attorney. To tell prosecutors Mr. Trump knew about his son Donald juniors get together. With campaign aides and a Russian lawyer before it happened White House correspondent Steven Portnoy reiterating his denial which he first issued when the Trump Tower meeting became, public knowledge last year the president tweets it sounds to him like his longtime, lawyer is quote trying to make up stories in order to get. Himself out of an unrelated jam speculating It might have something to do with Michael Cohen's, ownership of New York. City taxi cabs Vladimir Putin says he's ready to go, to Washington and, he's inviting President Trump to Moscow a DC meeting had been planned for the fall but the White House postponed it until after the midterm elections A, ceremony and, North Korea as the remains are what are believed to be fifty five American servicemen arrive on a plane from North Korea that'd be flown to Hawaii. Be tested for identification. Before being returned to their families radio shack is making a comeback of sorts the Dallas. Morning News reports radio shack express stores will open, and more than one hundred hobby towns stores the electronics chain filed for bankruptcy last year, as in p futures are up one this is CBS news And the news is sponsored for you by Edwards carpet congratulations Dan gone of Saint Louis our final winner of the blues preseason tickets he qualifies. For.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of spread we still have. Resources protecting homes and communities that, will continue to be our number one priority a bulldozer operator. Was killed by the flames CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez and, for more on the fire now let's go to the KCBS ring central Newsline. Where we're joined by KPI, five reporter Joe Vazquez Joe is in west, reading this morning the scene of the car fire and Joe. What is, the latest there what are you seeing on turquoise cord and the Reading estates subdivision here in west reading and just watch. At home burnt out and so the. Neighbor's home and so are several others around it as subdivision and, several subdivision are inflames right now and it's still dark outside you know what's the sun comes out once we're able to get an aerial view and then, we're going to, notice? Scope of, this thing but I can tell you we've seen dozens of. Homes on fire has we've been here for. A couple of hours driving around Joe reading at the top of the Sacramento valley, the, hills kind of go up there to the west of. Town that's where this fire is started up by whiskey town lake that's a good ten miles. Away though and it seems that the last. Few hours twelve. Hours or thereabouts this thing just roared down and. Left the hills and came right down into the flats to the rolling hills on the, edge of. Town there right now that's the difference, right I mean a lot of our wildfires, in California are in rural? Areas they're in areas that are unpopulated or sparsely Populated and that was the case here. You know of town there there are some populated areas but it's, sparse then last night as you mentioned I mean wind just came ripping through the fire officials are telling us they were what they call fire NATO's which, is when the, fire? Creates its, own weather system and then it just what's around like tornado. And it just came roaring through town and In, a huge chunk of west, reading a populated area an, area that has subdivision now it's, not densely populated. But it, is populated and there are going to be there a lot of people out here for gonna come, home to home that has burned completely down Joe what's. The sense there this morning about whether or, not further evacuations are going to be needed Well they evacuated thousands of people I. Believe the sense is the. Same sense I got covering the north bay fires last. Year in October which is that, it is still in the early chaotic moments where you don't see any firefighters pouring any water on on houses right, now because they are in life saving mode they're not in saving homes or defensive mode or trying to curtail or patrol this fire they are still evacuating people they're still making sure that everybody's out. Of harm's way I will say that last night the wind was really, whipping and it has subsided, considerably that is helping matters that it seems to have calmed down but they expect some more heavy wins, later today and a temperature of get this one hundred, and ten degrees that will not help Joe Phyllis in a. Little on the relationship of the Sacramento river now when people hear that this fire has jumped the. Sacramento river a is that accurate and b what can you tell us about where this happened Yeah the river actually winds around in an. L shape to the west of town and it was on, the west side of that river and then it jumped over and a lot of people thought that could happen but it did and they said they thought they were protected and. Wants to jump the river that's when you have you know subdivisions on the western north. Western side of town that. Are now unprotected and that fire is still raging on. The hillside it's still raging through, these subdivisions this is a town of ninety two thousand people so there's a huge concern that it could get worse, Joe one more scene setter if you would describe these subdivisions because when you look at a map of reading and if you driven anywhere around that ten you know that this is not exactly flat. Grid suburbs situation you have these sort of rolling hills you've got these, curving streets so tell us, a little more about the area that you're in I'm in an area called lake reading escape Lake reading. Like reading a states is. More court. Subdivision it's near a golf course excuse me Well of. Smoke coming out of this so that the situation here is that we it is a subdivision these homes are right next to each. Other in this particular area and the. Several streets, that we've been driving around in this, area so this is like a suburban subdivisions you know there will be a cul. De sac all the homes gone and there will be no amaze of other streets. Through here, so this is not exactly what we see. In the more suburban and. Rural areas Well it is like suburban area per se and it. Is it's gonna be ugly I'm telling you the sun starting to come up and, we're just seeing a fraction of the scope of this day all right Joe we'll check back with you later in the morning please be safe until then that, is KPI Joe Vazquez in one of the suburbs on the, west side of reading that is burning this morning, as this massive car fire continues, they say at least half the population of writing. That's a city of ninety thousand people under evacuation orders this series of evacuation orders includes some of the areas. Outside the city limits proper so huge number, of people have been. Told to get out this fire very much out of control in the northern end of the Sacramento valley KCBS news time five thirty. Walgreens has you covered with the trusted. 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California, Joe Vazquez and Turkey discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:39 min | 2 years ago

California, Joe Vazquez and Turkey discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"Your sixty are here the mcgowan bus station for the most part these are intact families where you with me the daughter and all of the people we spoke with said they believe they have been treated properly so far twelve buildings have burned down hundreds of others stand in the path of a wind driven fire rolling across a large rural area of northern california kpi tv's joe vazquez is in lake county dozens of neighbors gather at a makeshift outdoor evacuation campground just a few miles from the ponti fire twenty four hours if your animals are okay in your house is ok or your neighbors who came sheriff's department tells us about twenty five hundred people have now left about six hundred homebuyer officials say they don't know what sparked those flames sweeping new powers on the way for turkey's president who's won reelection with more than ninety seven percent of the vote correspondent celine garrett in istanbul the opposition had fell to that to the power was within their reach they had felt that they could actually change things with a fierce campaign that they had lead but presents ridge uptown don proved once again that he was invincible a black man shot and killed by police in minneapolis and a community react protesters call for an investigation after police say thurman blevins ran from officers while he was holding a gun they say they have recovered funeral services are being held this morning for antoine rose a black teenager shot and killed by police in pittsburgh last week china is under fire for feeding america's growing opioid.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The golden state killer and now this a break in the case of another serial killer who terrorized the bay area back in the seventies kpi x five joe vazquez reports from san francisco right here in the castro forty four years ago there was a serial killer who was targeting gay men a detective with the san francisco police department told cnn he believes they have a break in the case san francisco in the seventies at a time when the infamous zebra and zodiac killers were stocking the streets the castro district was under attack by a lesser known serial murderer the dude ller he was called he would meet his victims and the gay bars then charm them by sketching a portrait of them just before four he took their lives fourteen men all believed to be gay were murdered in san francisco from january nineteen seventy four to september nineteen seventy five bodies were found on ocean beach speckles lake golden gate park near the sixteenth t at the lincoln park golf course cnn is now reporting that san francisco police have identified a suspect the detective on the case tells cnn he's going to release an updated sketch of the suspected serial killer when that shows him more than forty years older like he would look now the detective says he is still working with dna to nail down some evidence the san francisco police department is not verifying the story with us but they are planning a news conference joe vazquez of kpi x five will the sf pd will be out in force this weekend at pride events kp kcbs has bob butler reports that extra security will include going through metal detectors to gain access.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To take the day off to protest at the legislature charlotte school superintendent clayton wilcox i think teachers will be the best advocate for themselves there's there's no doubt about that teachers are unhappy with the republican controlled general assembly's decisions on public education the rally will be part of a national protest movement by teachers in conservative leaning states demanding lawmakers increase pay and funding jim chrysalis cbs news raleigh north carolina and analysis by the new york times shows black new yorkers are eight times more likely to be charged with pot possession then white non hispanic people in manhattan the gap is even larger with black people arrested at fifteen times the rate of white people overall latinos are five times more likely to be arrested for pot offenses then white new yorkers deborah rodrigue cbs news it's four zero five at the bay area's news station kcbs mostly cloudy at the coast today sunny inland good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening a suspect is in custody this morning following a deadly stabbing at sonoma's state university kpi fives joe vazquez reported happened shortly after six pm sunday evening on the sonoma's state campus in rohnert park the police chief tells us one man was stabbed to death inside the seventy village residential community another man was arrested a student named kyle stickle tells us he believes he may have seen the assailant just after it happened we heard some screaming and i ran outside to see what's going on because obviously it wasn't joking around i looked around and there was a guy you start walking down the stairs and i looked at them he came around and then i saw the right side of him and he was his arm was all bloody and he was carrying a knife and i just kinda stared at him and then he looked at me and said i was attacked at that point me and my some of my friends over there started telling everyone to go get inside kyle says the man was bloody but didn't seem hurt it wasn't injuries i mean it wasn't his blood obviously was moving fine so do you believe that was the suspect i mean i believe it but i i got to talk to your door you see it further confirmation on that that was k pix fives joe vazquez reporting car.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At sonoma's state that was k pix fives joe vazquez reporting a sonoma's county sheriff's deputy is listed in good condition this morning after he was shot and wounded at a car wash it happened around eleven am sunday morning at the jolly washer car wash on highway twelve in the city of cinema the sheriff's department says two deputies responded to a report of a nineteen year old car wash employee acting strangely so norma police chief brad sackett telling kpi five deputies then confronted the worker in the car wash parking lot he then steps out from behind the car exposing himself less up his shirt and removes a handgun from his waistband and fires at the deputy the deputy returns fire we later discovered the gun that was used by the suspect is actually a nine millimeter handgun we believe it was loaded with what's commonly known as snake shot snapshot shot is a very small lead shot typically used on snakes and rodents the wounded deputy suffered injuries across his body in the shooting but is expected to make a full recovery the suspect is in custody and was not wounded the san francisco police commissions former president julius termine has died he was fifty two years old the chronicle says termine was found dead in his home sunday afternoon there does not appear to have been any foul play termine joined the san francisco police commission in two thousand twelve and became president in two thousand sixteen he resigned in may commissioner joe marshall says he was shocked when he heard the news around three pm sunday afternoon it was a loss for the commission when he was living anyway loss for me as a friend and you know family that that loved him but he's just a great commissioner he was tough but fair overnighted marshal says termines leadership paved the way for police to make reforms recommended by the justice department no additional details about the cause of death have been released at this point just ahead on kcbs and oakland family of seven is back home following a.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Charges in japan the suspect was serving aboard the aircraft carrier u s s ronald reagan based in yokosuka south of tokyo he is accused of bringing an ecstasy from canada and as part of a suspected drug ring involving sailors at the seventh fleet dealing in and using lsd ecstasy and other drugs lucy craft cbs news tokyo how violent is too violent for a thirteen year old reporting for duty with a hell of you being a new study in the journal pediatrics shows many parents shown clips from four different pg thirteen movies cluded james bond sky fall leave the shooting violence even when it's justified is inappropriate for younger teenagers the more apparent watches movies the more likely they are to approve violent films for their teenagers deborah rodriguez cbs news it's three zero five at the bay area's news station kcbs sunny inland today mostly cloudy along the coast good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening police that sonoma's state university continue to investigate a deadly stabbing kpi five joe vazquez reports had happened shortly after six pm sunday evening on the sonoma's state campus in rohnert park the police chief tells us one man was stabbed to death inside the seventy on village residential community another man was arrested a student named kyle stickle tells us he believes he may have seen the assailant just after it happened we heard some screaming and i ran outside to see what's going on because obviously it wasn't joking around i looked around and there was a a guy you start walking down the stairs and i looked at him and he came around and then i saw the right side of them and he was his arm was all bloody and he was carrying a knife and i just kinda stared at him and then he looked tax that point me and my some of my friends over that started telling everyone to go get inside it wasn't injuries i mean it wasn't as blood obviously he was moving find both individuals are college age males we do not know at this point if they are students.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To go the prosecutor who charged him with felony invasion of privacy now admits she can't find the photograph is accused of taking of his half dressed blindfolded lover but even if this case falls apart brightens faces a separate felony charge for computer tampering accused of pilfering a donor list from a veterans charity founded missouri lawmakers are also drawing up their own plans to impeach the governor kevin colleen for cbs news saying louis hot isn't the cash crop at once wise in states that have legalized marijuana there's an oversupply driving prices to record lows prompted some farmers in oregon to cultivate another type of cannabis hemp cannabis oil comes from hemp applications up twentyfold since two thousand fifteen deborah rodriguez cbs news it's two oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs mostly cloudy along the coast today sunny skies inland good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening a suspect is in custody this morning following a deadly stabbing at sonoma's state university kpi x fives joe vazquez reports it happened shortly after six pm sunday evening on the sonoma's state campus in rohnert park the police chief tells us one man was stabbed to death inside the seventy on village residential community another man was arrested a student named kyle tells us he believes he may have seen the assailant just after it happened we heard some screaming and i ran outside to see what's going on to his obvious like it wasn't joking around i looked around and there was a guy you started walking down the stairs and i looked at him and he came around and then i saw the right side of him and he was his arm was all bloody and he was carrying a knife and i just kind of stared at him and then he looked at me and said i was tact and point me and my stomach my friends over there i started telling her to get inside kyle says demand was bloody but didn't seem hurt wasn't injuries i mean it wasn't as blood obviously he was moving fine so do believe that was the suspect i mean i believe it but i i got to.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The question now was the shooting justified case pia x5 joe vazquez has more on the leaked body camera footage released two social media yesterday the officerinvolved shooting happened near the west oakland station but everyone can see it now because it got posted on facebook is the body camera video worn by a bart police officer as he shot salim tyndall to death on january third the officer runs across the street yelling at two men who were involved in a fistfight you get their hands up within seconds he opens fire after a second set of shots a dark object appears to fly into the air the video is just not clear enough to identify the object police say the mom or the had a gun which was not true never know mogo they'll have a guy salinas brother to remake the oh the professional boxer posted the video he says a family member shot the video with a cellphone off a screen as police were showing it to the family he believes the officer did not give salim enough time to react to his command suit the officer he he did say it but he gave than though times even complied to what he was saying you feel like the officers shot in this very quickly he say discern lee sought quiff quickly he certainly didn't give him any time park police has told the family it would release the full bodycam video to the public once the investigation is complete as joe vazquez of kpix five coming up on kcbs i marquee schaefer allergy seasons starts early in the.

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"joe vazquez" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"joe vazquez" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Sunday sees the specter of a democrat holding that seen what that might mean for his agenda that the alternative isn't good either spelled out by south carolina's tim scott it is not about partisan politics is about electing republicans versus democrats this is about the character of our country i wanna be on the side of right when history writes the story that on abc's this week more beltway bash news our court move sunday night by one would be acting director of a controversial consumer protection agency to keep president trump from successfully naming another his own budget chief they are worried that mulvaney will undo the work consumer protections of this bureau that's why the democrats are fighting this but the republicans believe that this bureau has been hurting americans through overreach and overregulation cbs news political analyst leonard steinhorn lewis courts have been asked a sore to all of this out quickly yes the holiday weekend is over so are you where you are supposed to being rousseau consider yourself pretty lucky kpix tv's joe vazquez in san francisco haley done again went over the anc's giving in vermont and let things am butler nine am inaction didn't leave chicago no one thirty pm you we got four and they would in they took another forty five min forty minutes for us to get off the plane because the jet way wasn't working properly but it see them four times at our play was delayed in chicago i believe two of them are mechanical and two of them were air traffic control sfo there's no trouble at all or on the indonesian island of bali where a big volcanoes giving signs of blowing its top asian natural markets are mostly lower this is cbs news you wouldn't put a square peg in a round hole so why would you deploy a traditional firewall in a modern decentralised network firewalls have new requirements for businesses leveraging sas based applications.

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