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KCBS All News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Incidents. And just a backup at the bay bridge toll plaza, if you're headed into San Francisco for the ballgame perhaps, and our next update eleven thirty on the traffic leader, KCBS cloudy and a chance of rain throughout this Sunday. And we even had a chance of thunderstorms morning, not aware of any that have occurred highs in the mid fifties to mid sixties tonight, partly cloudy, some light breezes to a slight chance of rain. It looks like cloudy, but dry for Memorial Day tomorrow, highs in the sixties to low seventies after this weekend. End is the holiday weekends done. Next chance of rain might be on Thursday, traffic and weather together on the eight and all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations, with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea, a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage, the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point three seven five percents, APR four point six five percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Two point three percent received is just gonna break. Call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty. Profile green day. Free day phone in East Bay California nine hundred eighty six early on they released albums through the independent label lookout records, but eventually landed a major label and released their breakthrough album Dookie that would go on to celebrate ten million copies as the group is credited, along with a few others for popularizing mainstream punk rock in the US today. The group has released twelve studio albums selling upwards of eighty five million around the world. News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock. All news, one oh, six nine and AM seven forty K CBS Sunday may twenty six twenty nineteen and coming up on KCBS carry you to sec how to prepare for unhealthy air quality conditions ahead of this year's wildfire season of deadly tornado ripped through Oklahoma and why so much devotion to the bay area despite all of its faults morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm John Bristow KCBS news time eleven thirty one. CBS news update. Two people are dead and twenty nine heard afterward tornado hit the town of El Reno Oklahoma near Oklahoma City, this boy was trapped in his home went out, then huge. The wind can I was in a chair at the time I filled when we got up little houses overturned the tornado collapse. Sta hotel and damage to trailer parks. Mayor Matt light pray for the families people have absolutely lost everything. You're not going to believe the devastation. You've seen the pictures of those poor families that.

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Said that Wednesday the men were attempting to climb the east face of a peak on the icefield Parkway recovery. Efforts are on hold because of the continued risk of Atalanta. The national safety council praises Uber and left for recent changes to improve the safety and security of writers MIR's KCBS John Bristow, the changes come after a South Carolina college student was killed after mistakenly getting into a car. She thought was her Uber ride hailing a ride service vehicle, you know, year expecting safety and security in that vehicle, and I think as Uber and lift our evaluating their programs their prophecies and and reacting. Events that occur. Can we know Intel vice president of communications and advocacy at the national safety council. Uber is rolling out a new alert system featuring push notifications at remind right hailers to be extra vigilant and making sure they check all the details of the ride the car's license plate the making color of the car. It's cetera lift has also introduced safety related communications improvements. Every bit of additional information. They can provide to their biters is in the right direction. We were happy to see both announcements this week. Uber's new push alerts have being ruled out I in South Carolina where the tragic incident occurred. John Bristow KCBS, e scoot companies scoot is taking its electric kick scooter off the streets of San Francisco the examiner reports that they will get a firmware update to prevent theft about four hundred fifty scooters were stolen in San Francisco between October and February e scooters are a convenience and controversy at the same time in many bay area cities. And now that there's a new problem scooters are ending up in creeks and streams. KCBS has met Bigler tells us more besides storefronts and sidewalks. These scooters are now being found in the Guadalupe river here in downtown San Jose. They get filled with sand water..

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Horrible is happening. But the gun was never fired in a male employee by the name of Michael is being called a hero because he jumped into help as military veteran. He just walked up the Disip your hands up the suspect sat down on the gurney. He walked up to him grab the gun through it. And then tackle them into the ground. Lieutenant Todd loan Acas was San Jose police. He says the suspect was taken to valley. Center for an evaluation. He will be charged with brandishing a firearm at good Samaritan hospital and south San Jose, Jennifer, Hodges KCBS, the national safety council is praising right service companies Uber and lift for recent changes to improve the safety and security of the writers KCBS, John Bristow reports the changes come after a South Carolina college student was killed after mistakenly getting into a car. She thought was her Uber ride when you're hailing a ride service vehicle, you know, year expecting safety and security in that vehicle, and I think as Uber and lift or valuating their programs their prophecies and and reacting to events that occur. Vice president of communications and advocacy at the national safety council. Uber is rolling out a new alert system featuring push notifications that remind right hailers to be extra vigilant and making sure they check all the details of the ride the car's license plate the make color of the car. It's cetera lift has also introduced safety related communications improvements. Information they can provide to their writers is in the right direction. We were happy to see both announcements this week. Uber's new push alerts being ruled out I in South Carolina, where the tragic incident occurred, John Bristow KCBS, he scooters are both convenience Santa controversy in many bay area cities now as a new problem scooters ending up and creeks and streams in the south bay reporter that big. There has a story you'll hear I on KCBS besides storefronts and sidewalks. These scooters are now being found in the Guadalupe river here in downtown San Jose. They get filled with sand water. And of course, they're shorted out. Roger Custodio who's been monitoring.

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm John Bristow. KCBS news time six thirty one. CBS news updates impeachments. It's on the lips of lawmakers in Virginia like state house delegates. Patrick hope. I sincerely hope that it doesn't come to this. I sincerely hope that I don't have to file articles of impeachment on Monday. I'm Jim Krasula. With a second woman now saying he sexually assaulted her democratic Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is facing increasing pressure to reside democratic Virginia house delegate plans to introduce articles of impeachment against Fairfax on Monday. One win one. One woman plainly says that Fairfax raped her when they were college students political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn, even those who believed the first accuser could always say that there could be a he said she said approach to all of this that no longer exists. You now have two people who were saying almost the exact same things. The Domino's of evidence are starting to fall and they're not falling in Fairfax's favor. CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. KCBS news time six thirty two Oakland, congress member Barbara Lee deliver today's democratic radio address. She focused her remarks on black history month for centuries after the first slave ships came to the shores of Virginia, I said in congressional leadership as a black woman tasked with building a more perfect union with liberty and Justice for all. Thank you for honoring me with a solemn responsibility. I welcome it and happy black history month. We also. Expressed her delight the Democrats control the house, which she views as a step in the right direction. Area. State Senator has introduced a Bill to allow college students to make money from sponsorships s KCBS's. Megan gold's be tells us Berkeley state Senator Nancy Skinner says they should be treated the same way. Olympians? Are you've probably heard the stories about college athletes living below the poverty line even going without food because they dedicate all of their time to their sport. And don't have time to work college. Athletes are wearing logos of every hour when they're out there on backfield and dating in compensation for the fact that they're wearing no corporations are making a lot of money off of that as being universities. As are many other entities, the college athletes should Sharon that so Skinner has co introduced the fair pay to play act, which she does expect the NCAA to fight every attempt in the past. Whether it's a court case or legislation by other legislators NC two A has fought. But I think we've come to a point where people really understand that athletic talent has value. And that these college athletes have been. Been exploited. Pray very long time by deeply unfair system under the new law, college athletes would be able to make money from their image and their name which they're prohibited from doing now Skinner says these college athletes should have the same right to make money as Olympic athletes now have making gold speak KCBS, the staff at one of San Francisco's largest family shelters is looking at the weather forecast and asking for help KCBS gentlemen reports on its request for rain boots umbrellas and other donations Rafael house in San Francisco has been guiding families out of homelessness since nineteen seventy one in that time period. We actually have served twenty two thousand individuals, but the success rate of eighty five percents. How do you measure success? What does that mean? So success for us pretty much eighty five percents success rate of families remaining in their homes are stately housed throughout their lives. Executive director. Mark Slater explains in a lounge with books a piano and a foosball table that the staff try to make this place as homelike. As possible. So really our families come to Raphael house, and they have a specific space for each age. So we have a teen room a toddler room, an art room, computer room, this fall to there's a roof deck with an herb garden and a solarium that's almost more penthouse like than home like what they don't have. In. This weather is rain gear all size boots for men women and children also umbrellas are key because during the rainy season like this umbrellas, we all have one, but a lot of her families come in without that in San Francisco General lane, KCBS KCBS and its sister stations here in San Francisco are gathering rain gear for Raphael house, and we've also posted a link to the donation page on our website, KCBS radio dot com. KCBS news time six thirty five. The gift of diamonds for the price of flowers. JC penny. Save up to seventy.

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forward to a white Christmas here at squad alpine meadows, but it's going to be very festive and cenex Kirkwood resort on. Carson pass was expecting to hit the one hundred inch Mark for the season today. John Bristow KCBS, a California judge has temporarily blocked the enforcement of new restrictions on short term vacation home rentals at south Lake Tahoe, the Sacramento bee reports that Eldorado county. Superior court. Judge Thomas as Smith issued a temporary restraining order today that prevents enforcement of the voter approved measure for thirty days. The measure puts restrictions on the number of people who can stay in rental homes. The ruling came after a local property owners filed a lawsuit saying the rules were unconstitutional and would wreak havoc with the out of town families who planned to spend the holidays it south Lake Tahoe voters there narrowly approved the measure back in November. Here is one for the foodie in you or not if you for all the foodies, you know, KCBS KCBS's Melissa Colorado reports on what are expected to be some trends in food and drink next year. You already can get non alcoholic beer at most bars. And they're always are so two options and divergent varieties of virtually any cocktail. But now watering holes are starting to create new drinks that are low alcohol or no alcohol. They're using fresh fruits and vegetables, all kinds of citrus juices, herbs and botanical ingredients to create these very interesting libations that are interesting to everybody and Carl Nielsen vice president of marketing and trends at CCD helmsmen in Emoryville, expect that trend to continue and grow. She also says robotic technology in restaurants likely will become more common. They do think we're going to see and learn about more robots behind the scenes in part because of labor issues that continue to be a challenge for a lot of food. Service operations. But also it allows food to be made like off hours and in places where you would want somebody standing around Nielsen adds that with people continuing to cut down on the amount of grains. They eat we probably can expect the cauliflower pizza crusts to be big next year. Melissa call Ross KCBS the largest school district in sonoma's county plans to tackle teen vaping with the help of a one point thirty seven million dollar anti tobacco grant from the state as reported in the press democrat, Santa Rosa city, schools will spend the money on vaping detectors. Hiring personnel do enhanced campus supervision signs and data support over a span of three years..

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Well, if you're the impetuous type, you could hustle on up to Lake Tahoe. We get the story from KCBS John Bristow at least according to Alex spur, husky with squaw valley. Alpine meadows got three inches of new snow overnight at the upper mountainous wa valley last night, which was definitely a surprise. It was more than we were expecting. And she says there's more to come. We are looking at the potential for more than a foot of new snow to fall overnight. Tonight's hausky says it's been a fantastic season so far and she says, even if you don't hit the slopes, we do something called Mary as highly nights here at valley. Alpine meadows where we have two weeks of you know, kind of family friendly holiday celebrations throughout our village things like this go tubing sleigh rides farm-to-table dinners. We have sunset happy hour up at high camp. And then, of course, our New Year's Eve celebrations at our fireworks and our torchlight parade. Actually, trying to do the world's largest torchlight parade and set a record this year, and the colder temps will mean that new snow stays on the ground at that much longer. Come for that great winter experience, especially with freshness. No on Christmas morning. What could be better? John Bristow KCBS, a California judge has temporarily blocked the enforcement of new restrictions on short term vacation home rentals at south Lake Tahoe, the Sacramento bee reports that Eldorado county. Superior Court Judge Thomas as Smith issued a temporary restraining order today that prevents him forcement of the voter approved measure for thirty days. The measure puts restrictions on the number of people who can stay in rental homes that ruling came after a local property owners filed a lawsuit saying the.

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KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's Wednesday December nineteenth two thousand eighteen and coming up on KCBS White House orders. The Pentagon to pull American troops from Syria. Immediately annual Dell on a wild ride in Elon Musk space age tunnel. Good morning. I'm Susan Lee Taylor. Good morning. John Bristow KCBS news time seven thirty s news special report. President Trump issued the order this morning. He wants the Pentagon to pull all US troops out of Syria. Immediately. Correspondent Cami McCormick is at the Pentagon are currently about two thousand there many special forces they've been working with Kurdish forces to defeat Islamic state. The Pentagon had argued that leaving too soon would create a vacuum for ISIS to return US. Military officials also worried about the fate of those Kurdish forces Turkey has threatened to launch another offensive against them. In a tweet. President Trump says we've defeated ISIS in Syria. My only reason for being. Their CBS news military consultant, Mike client, if you take the two thousand troops off the ground inside of Syria. There's still a significant presence of U S forces in the region that can project power in particular, that'd be naval assets in the Persian Gulf. There are some land forces that exist in cutter as well as Kuwait Republican Senator Lindsey Graham calls withdrawal, a huge Obama like mistake and another tweet Florida's Marco Rubio calls it a grave error CBS. News special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. KCBS news time seven thirty two last night in Los Angeles. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk unveiled the very first tunnel in what he hopes will become a network of underground highways. The test tunnel runs between the headquarters of Musk's SpaceX company and a parking lot behind a shutter to business a little more than a mile away. CBS this morning co host Gayle king takes a wild ride through the new title and talks to Moscow about what inspired him to build it again. Go ahead. I think..

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's actually going to have just a positive effect on consumers that opt into the change could boost the credit scores of millions of people helping them score alone. But could this also create a situation where people who aren't really credit worthy are suddenly getting loans. The economy is generally good and creditors know that we're at the end of that cycle sooner or later, it is going to be a shift. So they're already tightening their portfolios, and since the recession there's been a lot of loose lending, and those areas are penetrated deeply, so this will enable those that might be on the fringe. To come into the realm. So that that is definitely something to watch as this. Proceeds among those who would benefit the most students and people new to the country those with a minimal credit history. John Bristow KCBS Elon Musk unveils his underground transportation tunnel, guests boarded Musk's tesla model S, and we're driven to a station in the middle of a residential neighborhood it consisted of a Wallis elevator. That's slowly took the car down a wide shaft roughly thirty feet underground when you're driving down the road. Normally they retract and go under the car, you don't even see them. But when you get into the tunnel, they deploy and allow you to go through a narrow tunnel very quickly and effectively like a little train the demonstration really was future. Risk. The test tunnel is about a mile long. And it's located under Musk's SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne near Los Angeles. An Uber is allowed to resume the testing of its autonomous vehicles on public roads. And the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area. The one year approval comes about nine months after one of Uber's autonomous vehicles hit and killed in Arizona pedestrian the cars require a human driver and a second human backup driver. If the car is allowed to go faster than twenty five miles per hour. Coming up on KCBS, I'm lane San Francisco voters, get another chance to consider free tuition for students of City College to pursue higher education without being in debt forever. It's time for sports KCBS news.

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KCBS All News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Case could work its way to the supreme court. So for now, nothing changes for the twenty million people who rely on the law like Alta Alger of Austin who was diagnosed with leukemia for years ago. I was actually in the hospital when my sister has helped me up for ObamaCare. I couldn't even do that myself at the time. And that's the only reason I was able to get coverage. Democrats want to get involved. In fact, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says as soon as Democrats take control of the house in January the house will use its legal resources to intervene in the appeals process. Democrats believe that their focus on healthcare is a big part of the reason that they. They picked up forty seats in the house. And so they think that this is a fight. That is good for them to have that is Nancy cortisol. Teen vaping is exploding in popularity KCBS. John Bristow reports it's coming at a time when use of other substances young people is on the decline drinking down misuse of prescription opioids down tobacco use down use of recreational drugs other than pot down. What was way up over the past year vaping? He's the most frequently used behavior associated with drugs. Other than alcohol Volchkov is director of the National Institute of drug abuse, which funded a study of forty four thousand students around the country. Most of them are aping nicotine. Some of them are being canabis the active ingredient of marijuana ninety eight c and others claimed that they are vaping just flavors fan. She says the big concern is the nicotine raping of nicotine products has nearly doubled from last year to this year. What to do the same thing that worked with fighting tobacco? We need to learn from prior successes on just emulated. Bali see changes regulations to ensure that actually teenager. She's not easy for them to get these devices, a native, okay, Sean are two teenagers, and the parents and the school systems themselves to actually minimize the use of these devices. John Bristow KCBS..

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Today. Napa police will be leading a funeral procession for one of the young victims of last week's mass shooting at a bar in southern California. Eighteen year old Elena Hoesli graduated from Napa vintage high school back in June and was a freshman at Pepperdine in Malibu. She was one of the twelve people killed in the massacre at the borderline bar and grill and Thousand Oaks there will be a police escort. When her body is taken to a cemetery in Napa later on this afternoon. We'll you may not realize it. But the California Department of motor vehicles is keeping a very close eye on accidents involving self driving cars KCBS, John Bristow reports. VM MVP has quite a collection of reports of far from every time. An autonomous vehicle is involved in a crash manufacturers who have a permit to test a Thomas vehicles in California must submit collision reports within ten days, and this is something that has been affected since the regulations took effect. In September, twenty fourteen DMV spokesman, mardi Greenstein. So how many collisions have there been so far involving Thomas vehicles one hundred eleven vast majority of these are all very minor. But our regulations required. That no matter how minor the damage that the manufacturer does have to report the collision to us and the DMV is intern. Posting the reports on its website nearly half the incidents today have involved. A Thomas car is being tested by General Motors for its cruise program, which is headquartered in San Francisco. John Bristow KCBS, you know, how TV's macgyver is always solving complex problems with everyday items around him. Well, it seems bioscience researchers and now the Ames in Mountain View are actually doing the very same thing. KCBS is Jeff bell reports on some of the space hacks. They've come up with math is known for being creative in solving problems says yield Kissel support scientists that aims and she's more than willing to give us some. Samples take scientists at Ames fruit. Fly lab who routinely use co to put their flies to sleep for short stretches. The lab they use these big carbon dioxide tanks really needed a portable source. They got creative what they came up with is using antacid, tablets, which you can buy it any pharmacy because his Kissel, when you put those in water, they create carbon dioxide bubbles that could be captured in a custom fly bottle, then there's the hack they came up with. So listen to the inner workings of hardware, engineers figured out that they could actually use a stethoscope Kissel, also figured out how to make a portable centrifuge with a simple power drill at a three D printed rotor that holds tubes of scientific samples when you turn the power drill on it. Spins them, an acts just like a centrifuge to get the liquid to the bottom of the two Kissel says one great benefit of these space hacks is that they hope signed to stretch their budgets as far as possible. Jeff bell KCBS new research out of an MIT the Massachusetts. Institute of technology suggests that we may be able to use lasers to communicate with extraterrestrial beings. We get the story from KCBS, Melissa, Colorado. Imagine if communicating with extraterrestrial life, whereas easiest turning on a light. Well, in a way, it just might be. According to a new study out of MIT that suggests that shooting a megawatt laser strong enough to stand out from the sun into the universe could serve as a communication signal to astronomers on planets or in solar systems, populated by other life forms. I don't know if intelligent creatures around the sun would be the astronomers, I guess, but it would definitely be a sign of unusual activity that would attract further attention study author. Jim Clark is a graduate student at MIT. And he says that we're close to having tools we need to create such a strong laser laser power has to be at least a couple of megawatts and the air force's airborne laser was megawatt class telescopes side, you need to the telescope of thirty to forty five meters in size, and those are under construction to be completed in the next few years. Of course, it's important to note that the universe is vast. So it would take years for any extraterrestrial. Astronomers to see the lasers we create Melissa call Ross KCBS..

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KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla, Barack Obama and Musk discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Reason for the mysteriously cracked window high up on San Francisco's notorious millennium tower, and I'm Melissa call Ross with the study out of UC Berkeley on whether minimum wage increases lead to job losses. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm John Bristow. KCBS news time ten thirty one CBS news update. He's back and for Democrats. Maybe not a moment too soon. Former President Barack Obama is hitting the campaign trail for the midterm elections stumping for candidates across the country. If you thought elections, don't matter I hope these last two years have corrected that impression today, the former president he's in southern California. So is CBS's Steve Futterman. Barack Obama is strategically putting himself in states in the areas in districts were Democrats feel they can pick up seats or were they need to hold onto a specific seat. Beat in the house of

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KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs sunday july eighth two thousand eighteen coming up on kcbs the latest on the biggest wildfires burning here in california fraud is up in san francisco resident fraud we'll tell you what that's about and rescue efforts going smoothly so far in the flooded cave in thailand the morning i'm john bristow kcbs news time eleven thirty one cbs news update rescues for the twelve boys trapped with their soccer coach in a flooded thailand cave brought to the surface and loan to the hospital been trapped there for sixteen days why did the rescue operation make its move today ben tracy's there they felt with heavy rain and it is raining here now again heavy rain could flood that cave again and cut these boys off from supplies and from any sort of successful rescue that potentially could mean that they would be in that cave for months on a very small piece of real estate that would shrink as came flooding dr robert gladder is an emergency medicine specialists he says along with hypothermia blood flow to the brain a primary concern for those kids when you're transporting children or anyone out of caves and there's a vertical type of element here their blood flow to their brains can drop so keeping them level is always a primary concern cbs news update i'm jim taylor kcbs news time eleven thirty two's are newswatch continues several wildfires continuing to burn here in california northern in south most of the fires the largest ones are here in the north the fastmoving klamath fire that's spurring at siskiyou county near the oregon border has grown to more than thirty thousand acres it's twenty five percent contained evacuation orders and road closures are still in place dozens of structures have been destroyed by it by the fire and yolo county crews continue to make progress on the county fire is it's called it burned more than eight thousand acres it's now fifty seven percent contained some evacuation orders are still in place there and lake county the ponti fire the is getting closer to full containment last report ninety six.

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KCBS All News

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Publication today ten million gap with opposed to just three years and two months since nine million was published about right we can expect to see us eleven million issues from time to twenty one case you wandering the first patent was issued for potash have ingredient used in fertilizer and somewhere in the middle of was the patent issued for this little plug in device you may have seen on tv yes the clapper got its patent in nineteen ninetysix john bristow kcbs you and bassett or nikki haley says the us is withdrawing from the un human rights council calling it an organization that is not worthy of its name haley decries the membership of countries such as china cuba and venezuela that are themselves accused of rights violations she calls the council or says the council has a chronic bias against israel and nascar returns to the cinema raceway this weekend kcbs jeffrey schaub says that some of the most famous names in the racing world will be wrapping up in front of one hundred thousand fans make it happen up here hundreds working here to get the raceway ready for this weekend's colossal event is corky cabrera his team is painting the track every bit of striping that is here at this track on the ground is done by us including aerial logos that you would see from helicopter drone shots that kind of thing and how much paint do you use any idea we go through just for this particular event it's about nine hundred gallons as for the racing event recently several of this generation's top drivers have retired dale earnhardt jr tony stewart jeff gordon sit on the raceway president steve page says that has lowered attendance at nascar events nationwide but he says there's a new group of upcoming stars these are exciting young drivers they haven't quite caught the public's imagination they need to get some wins hopefully this weekend we'll get one of them in winter circle page says nonetheless tens of thousands are expected here this weekend at cinema raceway jeffrey xiao cbs were that the us and china will lend up in a trade war sent stock sharply lower the dow jones industrials fell two hundred eighty seven points or one point one percent twenty four thousand seven hundred morgan stanley chief economist d ellen zentner tells bloomberg she expects the trade rhetoric will eventually soften but some damage will be done our expectations that we do get to deescalate tori phase but it's not going to be before we get some rounds of tariffs that go into place homebuilders got to work on more new projects last month the commerce department reported housing starts rose five percent in may to an annual rate of one point thirty five million jeff bellinger bloomberg viscerally summertime that.

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KCBS All News

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To come with patio them to ville the airport ability varies police the victim responsibly tells the record searchlight newspaper the pair of told him the us government needed him to leave the country and he would be arrested if he didn't comply and avid fan of tesla's model three proudly drove his car through twentyfive countries over the course of six months but the road trip came to a crashing halt this past weekend in greece he cbs john bristow tells us with the driver thinks happened first of all yoshua millbrook is no ordinary tesla owner he's really a superfan he attracted a lot of attention in the last few months one of the early owners of the model three driving all across north america having stops with people who could see and ride in the vehicle even put together a facebook page dedicated to this says tim higgins tech autos reporter in the wall street journal's san francisco bureau but while driving the car in greece in the auto pilot mode the car swerved suddenly smacking into an exit divider that sounds very similar to the mountain view crash that tesla model x was involved in in march that killed the driver it's we don't know why that crash occurred yet the one in mountain view but tesla has said that autopilot was engaged head of time and the family has said that he had reported problems with auto pilot in that area joy was not seriously hurt teflon says it has not yet been able to retrieve accident data from the vehicle tesla had also tried to discourage joy from taking his model three to europe or it's not yet been approved for the highways because of the charging an internet standards higgins also points out that people need to realize that autopilot does not mean self driving it just means driver assist choi admits that he had one hand on the wheel at the time john bristow kcbs if you've been anywhere around downtown san jose this memorial day weekend you probably encountered more than a few people were in crazy elaborate costumes cbs as big reports the annual.

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The course of six months but the road trip came to a crashing halt over the weekend in greece kcbs is john bristow tells us what the driver thinks happened first of all yoshua of millbrook is no ordinary tesla owner he's really a superfan he attracted a lot of attention in the last few months one of the early owners of the model three driving and all across north america having stops with people who could see and ride in the vehicle even put together a facebook page dedicated to this says tim higgins tekken autos reporter in the wall street journal's san francisco bureau but while driving the car in greece in the autopilot mode the car swerved suddenly smacking into an exit divider that sounds very similar to the mountain view crash that tesla model x was involved in in march that killed the driver it's we don't know why that crash occurred yet the one in mountain view but tesla has said that autopilot it wasn't gauged ahead of time and the family has said that he had reported problems with auto pilot in that area joy was not seriously hurt jeff says it has not yet been able to retrieve accident data from the vehicle tesla had also tried to discourage joy from taking his model three to europe or it's not yet been approved for the highways because of the charging internet standards higgins also points out that people need to realize that auto pilot does not mean self driving it just means driver assist choi admits that he had one hand on the wheel at the time john bristow kcbs delta airlines is changing their look with a new violet colored uniform for thousands of employees it is the first time that ground works.

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs sunday may thirteenth and coming up on kcbs i the north bay wildfires them the vegas shooting now another setback for a bay area family also head i'm jennifer hodges mother sound off about what they'd really like as a gift for mother's day good morning thanks for joining us i'm john bristow kcbs news time eleven thirty one cbs news update it's called jerusalem day in israel pomp and ceremony preceding the relocation of the american embassy there we were just out in the streets surrounded by people you see a lot of white lot blue the colors of the israeli flag people are waving flags there dancing they're filling the streets they've in fact taken over the street in front of the us consulate here cbs sf tony says violence is anticipated perhaps as soon as tomorrow maas which controls gaza city has called on its supporters to storm the border between israel and gaza and the israeli military is prepared for that they say they will have snipers they have forces deployed in settlements there along those front lines of this conflict in recent demonstrations along that border forty palestinians have died shot by israeli soldiers cbs news update i'm jim taylor kcbs news time eleven thirty two our sunday morning news watch continues north bay couple who survived the devastating wine country wildfires and the las vegas shooting massacre now dealing.

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Battling an Epidemic: New initiatives to reduce prescription opioids leaves patients behind | The Gazette

CBS Evening News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Battling an Epidemic: New initiatives to reduce prescription opioids leaves patients behind | The Gazette

"News time three eleven it is estimated that the opioid epidemic is killing about one hundred and fifteen people every day in the us as kcbs john bristow reports the tide maybe starting to turn new data show that the number of prescriptions for opioid painkillers filled in the us phil noticeably last year dropping about ten percent while new prescriptions for medication to treat opioid addiction nearly doubled over the past couple of years and while there is concern that some patients might now be under treated for their pain michael kline rock director of research for clinical research firm i leah and co author of this report says the real issue here is whether you see a patient getting excessively large numbers of pills of high potency or high numbers of pills per day that's really the challenge that policymakers are trying to avoid keep it low keep it limited and make sure that regular checkpoints with the doctor so we can catch hold of anybody who's getting on a downward spiral sooner meantime are more patients telling their doctors now they simply do not want opioids i think you're onto something we struggled to see that specifically in the data i'll be honest you you don't see data of people who don't turn up you know that's the that's the bottom of the iceberg as it were but the public attention to this issue has escalated so much in the last two years with new legislation the constant media coverage documentaries and movies on this all the time so i think that awareness in our society is certainly having the fact john bristow kcbs a teacher at berkeley high school has been placed on leave after bringing in historic masuku to class district officials say that on april tenth history teacher alex angel showed students the decommissioned weapon how choose parents have been notified about the incidents angel.

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"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In the area of the engine fans as an extra layer of safety john bristow kcbs security concerns are causing noodle as for international inspectors trying to get to the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack in syria this morning they say they were shot at induna in the government stronghold of aleppo thousands of syrians gathered last night to celebrate serious national day in a show of defiance against western powers seth joan has more from less despite the us uk and france targeting syria with more than one hundred airstrikes in recent days on tuesday syrians celebrated their historic independence from france opera and folk dancing may not be how you magin spending an evening in aleppo syria government wants to show strength in the wake of those strikes the city in northern syria was divided by fierce fighting is the government battled rebel forces here at the heart of the city the citadel was held by assads forces and never lost that's where this concert was and where we met this social worker this is reminiscent of another time how's the great time syria before the war before the world was but not far from the singing and dancing war still rages rival rebel groups here in northern syria have been fighting each other in the countryside to the west and southwest if you're russian and syrian air strikes have been pounding rebel positions in it lip syrians at least here in government controlled territory are celebrating their recent wins on the battlefield and trying to look forward for cbs this morning seth dome aleppo kcbs news time is two thirty five time for dave ross sponsored by ringcentral the global leader in cloud communication and collaboration solutions lame the computers this is dave ross on the cbs news radio network presented by theraworx relief we all have our bad days from.

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"john bristow kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"With no windows which is right next to the engine fantis and that's done for a reason to put extra reinforcement to that every airplane so the engineers at boeing are are aware of that potentialities and have typically adjusted for it but once in a while you get something that goes a director direction the ntsb is considering making enhanced inspections of the cfm fifty six engines mandatory john bristow kcbs elected officials of the southern california city of los alameda voted to exempt their community from the state law that limits police collaboration with immigration authorities this week but a group calling itself los alamos community united local pastor annan attorney are suing their city with the backing of the american civil liberties union an immigrant rights activists the suit says los alamos can't choose which state lost to follow and the city's actions are wasting taxpayer money and scaring immigrants from attending church services just ahead on kcbs cal trans honors workers today that have been killed in the line of duty kcbs traffic report george rascasse away day faxes hero step day we've got trouble still alameda oakland bay farm it is doolittle drive shut down both directions between harbor bay parkway and the car rental return we've got an accident one fatality three injuries being reported no word how long the investigation will continue but your alternate harbor bay parkway over to ron cowen parkway eight eighty southbound little sluggish through downtown but not a big delay at this point figure laze in san francisco and maybe a problem getting there your kcbs inside of you we say good afternoon to peter scofield well hi david the afternoon exodus from san francisco is beginning right now as i watch things getting heavier one zero one northbound from hospital curve onto the lower deck of the bay bridge to just before the tunnel for those of you coming into san francisco on the bay bridge this is interstate eighty westbound there is a problem just before the tunnel a stall is blocking the fourth lane from the.

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