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COVID cases spike among Houston Kroger workers

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

COVID cases spike among Houston Kroger workers

"The union representing houston area. Kroger workers claims the supermarket. Chain isn't doing enough to protect its employees from the corona virus reporter. Andrew schneider has more on what workers are saying. The union says to houston area. Kroger workers have died of covid nineteen in the past week while nearly three hundred fifty have been infected in the past month. A record high. John evans who works for kroger and clear lake worries. The store isn't doing enough to enforce mask wearing or limit store capacity. I have three people in my family. That are at risk. One of them is actually going through chemo treatment. So bringing this home to my family is a is a major concern from the. I do everything i can to make sure that i'm protecting them. But you can only do. So much evans says kroger made sure that as a frontline worker he received his first vaccination.

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 7 months ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm John Evans Editing the news this morning, Fernie Buyer and Nick Palmer calls to defund police departments are intensifying and KCBS hazmat Bigler says the Bay Area cities are Taking a variety of approaches to enacting police reform. So far, several Bay Area cities have cut police funding in the wake of the George Floyd killing, including Berkeley, San Leandro, and in Oakland, where the law enforcement budget has been slashed by $14.6 million. Although some activists want even deeper cuts, Kimmy Lee, the director of Bait, Rising tells KCBS those tax dollars can be directed elsewhere to better help the community. If we are able to invest in mental health in after school programs in jobs and other things that build our community, we don't need police. We could actually take care of ourselves. But critics of that approach say civilians could be put at risk, for example, in Berkeley, where traffic stops are being shifted from cops, two unarmed city workers. Meanwhile, San Jose is taking a different approach focusing on police reform rather than de funding, Mayor Sam Ricardo says one simple change is toe have counselors and cops responding together to some 900 on call, so that when someone is having mental health episode, they're not met with somebody with a badge and a gun. Rather encountered by a mental health professional. That idea is also being looked at in Concord, where the police chief wants to explore a non police response team for mental health calls. Matt Bigler KCBS. The Cliff House in San Francisco is shutting down temporarily. One of the restaurants had been serving meals for takeout, but Now says it needs to open for indoor dining to make ends meet. And if that's not possible right now, the owners say it's more economically viable for them to close altogether than to open just for takeout. So the Cliff House Closed for the time being and from staff meetings to college courses. The pandemic has pushed a significant portion of our lives online. KCBS is Melissa Cole Ross reports. The shift is working out well for a Bay Area summer camp. Hundreds of kids and teens head to the Santa Cruz Mountains to attend the young actors theater camp every year, But this year sessions are being held via zoom. Something cofounder Shawn Ryan says actually is a good fit for what the camp offers. Acting on camera literally translates monologue singing Brian ads that even the more typical camp bonding activities can be done virtually if you can ask your brain to stretch that little extra bit. You can do that's more social..

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Philadelphia - Bucks County DA Fears More Victims May Be Out There After 3 Men Charged With Sexually Assaulting Young Boys

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 9 months ago

Philadelphia - Bucks County DA Fears More Victims May Be Out There After 3 Men Charged With Sexually Assaulting Young Boys

"Three men are under arrest in Bucks county all facing charges of child sexual assault but there's concern among prosecutors that there are more victims their suburban bureau chief he would've used GML work reports Bucks county DA Matt Weintraub says what the cases are not directly connected to each of these predators may have more on identified victims out there in our community two of the men fifty seven year old Lewis I L. Ove Pendle borough and sixty year old David Hoffman of Bristol township are accused of assaulting the same boy when trips as well they both knew the boy's family it does not appear they knew each other the victim says during one assault with a yellow there was another boy involved but he doesn't know his name I was also accused of assaulting another child from two thousand eight through two thousand ten investigators say Hoffman is heard in in a a recording recording talking talking about about other other boys boys but but there there are are no no names names mentioned mentioned forty forty year year old old John John Evans Evans of of totally totally town town was was also also arrested arrested in in an an unrelated unrelated case case accused accused of of molesting molesting a a sixteen sixteen year year old foster child during the coronavirus shut down which Weintraub says sport Evans out of work and essentially turned a sixteen year old boy into his captive because nobody was allowed out of their own Evans worked as a bus driver for Pennsbury in Bristol township school district it was also involved with youth sports though it's not clear

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Philadelphia - Three men charged with sexually abusing boys in Bucks County

KYW 24 Hour News

01:49 min | 9 months ago

Philadelphia - Three men charged with sexually abusing boys in Bucks County

"Three men are under arrest in Bucks county all facing charges of child sexual assault but there is concern among prosecutors that there are more victims our suburban bureau chief they were W. Jim Miller is with us live with details Jim in two of the men accused of abusing the same child over different time periods those men are fifty seven year old Lewis I ello of Pendle borough and sixty year old David Hoffman of Bristol township Bucks county DA Matt Weintraub says Hoffman and I L. O. were both friends of the accuser's family but at this point when troops as they have not found any association between the two so he says the belief right now is that they did not know each other often secures of abusing this boy from nineteen ninety five through two thousand seven a starting when the victim was five I. L. is accused of abusing the boy from two thousand one when when he was eleven or twelve three two thousand seven I was also accused of assaulting another boy from two thousand eight through two thousand ten starting when that boy was fourteen investigators Salem at that boy while he was working as a DJ a third man unrelated to those two John Evans of telly town is accused of sexually assaulting a boy who prosecutors say was in his foster care during the corona virus shut down one Trobe says Evans also worked as a bus driver in Pennsbury and Bristol township and was involved with youth sports the Weintraub couldn't say specifically where or when he was involved with those sports but Weintraub says they are asking anyone victims who may be ready to come forward as he puts it ready to help them seek justice should mention the boy accused often I. L. O. says he saw another boy also abuse but does not know his name and prosecutors say in a recorded phone call Hoffman mentioned other boys but they were on me

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Buffalo, New York officers leave emergency response team after two cops suspended

Todd Schnitt

03:06 min | 9 months ago

Buffalo, New York officers leave emergency response team after two cops suspended

"Is the buffalo police emergency response team which were among those individuals in the riot looking gear with shields with batons they resigned from that special a special position this is a report at a buffalo New York from earlier today at this special squad of buffalo police department officers this emergency response team they resigned from their posts according to the B. P. B. eight do you know what the B. P. B. A. is that would be the buffalo police benevolent association and this comes the day after the officer push this elderly guy down and two of their members wore suspended without pay so now they're quitting the squad fifty seven resigned in disgust because of the treatment of the two members who are simply executing their orders said John Evans the PBA president see this is where things get interesting because you have the PBA wraps which go to the wall for police officers and I understand that I get it it's like even though you committed murder even though you committed a heinous crime you still have a defense attorney whether it's a paid for defense attorney or whether it's a a P. D. a public defender they still don't regardless of how heinous your crime is they still defend you to the help they still give you the best possible defense and in many cases that's what the PBA does they stand behind their cops I am very pro police because the bulk of the police that I know whether it's local state or federal the police that I know are fine upstanding individuals members law enforcement that serve their communities and country that's my experience with those that I know in law enforcement I support law enforcement but I will call out bad behaviour and what I saw in buffalo that's just itching for a **** that's just actually looking for all our problems so in this sign a unity the fifty seven members they resign well I think deep down they know that the officer probably should not have pushed the seventy seven year old a seventy five year old guy over M. S. special response unit was formed just four years ago back in twenty sixteen and is deployed to manage these types of events riots protests whatever the mayor of buffalo mayor Byron brown issued the statement quote the city of buffalo is aware of developments related to the work assignments of certain members of the buffalo police force at this time we can confirm that contingency plans are in place to maintain police services and ensure public safety within our community the buffalo police continue to actively work with the New York state police and other cooperating

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The way I'm John Evans good morning well you may not be able to go into the office right now but if you've got a jury summons in Contra Costa county you will need to show up KCBS is Megan goals B. says the courts are re opening for jury trials today Contra Costa the first area county to give this a shot some point we need to click the padlock off the courthouse doors and we need to move forward with jury trials because many people are sitting in jail awaiting a trial lot longer than they had been in the past legal analyst Stephen Clark is a former prosecutor and criminal attorney says fewer jurors will go into the waiting area at once to make sure they're socially distanced but this actually shouldn't drag trials out you might have a lot shorter trials because you are going to have some very frustrated people who also may be scared if they're sitting around in a courthouse with a bunch of other people waiting for possibly serving on the jury when so many other aspects of our society have gone virtual Clark says that maybe the future virtual pre screening so only the seeded jury actually arrives in the court room wearing a mask of course which he says is the next challenge none of us ever cross examined anybody wearing a mask making cold speak he CBS there is going to be a car parade protest in Oakland today a caravan of decorated cars will leave east eighteenth street in travel clock rise around the lake beginning at five thirty this afternoon community labor groups are calling on the mayor to avoid cutting staff and services claiming that by using the rainy day fund and putting in a partial hiring freeze the city's projected deficit can be avoided that assumes the city will get help from the coronavirus aid relief and economic security act no comment yet from the mayor's office and we can train service in the North Bay will not be discontinued but it could be cut back severely KCBS Jeffrey shop reports there will likely be fewer trains operating on week days it was a double gut punch for smart in March a ballot measure that would have allowed the rail agency to reduce its debt failed then came the shelter at home orders.

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Fifty one I'm John Evans and editing the news tonight Holly make the climate change in decades of lax land management practices have put the U. S. west on a collision course with out of control wildfire now authorities are rushing to limit the damage among the most important tools against fire is the thin trees and brush to reduce the amount of fuel and controlled burns to keep undergrowth and shrublands and check those efforts can be under cut though or private landowners don't cooperate wildfire killed one hundred forty nine people destroyed more than twenty five thousand homes in California in the past three years humans have beat the genetic clock here's here's Jim Chalabi what if we didn't have the medicine and other technologies to sign to help us live longer lives according to scientists at Australia's national science agency we'd all have an expected lifespan of just thirty eight years that's from a genetic clock computer model that its developers say can accurately estimate how long different vertebrates are likely to survive both existing and extinct species experts say the reason humans have managed to double their expected lifespan is due to advances in modern medicine and also in better living standards Jim Shelby CBS news super shuttle is shutting down at the end of the year after more than three decades in business in those bright blue vans super shuttle started LA acts and eventually spread worldwide the last three weeks have seen the company shutting down service at a number of airports and it will all come to an end in just two weeks super shuttles demise largely blamed on the success of uber and lift the chosen hewed to start the next decade is classic blue but why is that important and why are some people upset about it here's KCBS is Rebecca corral the Pantone color institute is influential in the design world forecasting trans like the Pantone color of the year which critics say missed the mark this time with his choice of classic blue we're in the midst of the nature of rebellion and raised up with technology is beating us up beyond what many could cope with Michelle gun to him as a writer and design consultant who says Poundstone's choice for twenty twenty is just all wrong for the times where in the color that it has connotations all kind of blue sky thinking head in the clouds dreaming the great because I've already told you that the time right now is to have our feet firmly on the ground we need to get real she believes Pantone try to play it safe after what she describes as this year's color debacle when Pantone declared living coral as the twenty nineteen color of the year vocative of health the ocean coral which she points out is in perilously short supply Rebecca chorale KCBS this year's best meteor she our is expected this weekend KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports there should be opportunities to see it the geminate meteor shower is considered one of the most active media or displays of the year well beyond the visual beauty and of a meteor shower it's actually a good time to kind of remind yourself of earth's place in space in the solar system Ben Burress as a staff astronomer with the ship both space and science center you know if you understand what's going on it's a very real time and real moment if that is like here I am on the earth writing along through space and and tonight we're passing through a a cloud of space dust the media are shower will have to compete with the full moon if you're so lucky as to have clear skies and can get away into a darker area away from city lights then after midnight best around two AM you have a chance to see up to as many as fifty meters per hour this this particular shower produces Jennifer Hodges.

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"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Some plugs gets plugs is going. You can't come see Chad tonight because it's sold out. They probably have standby line. Though I wanna go for it and what else you got to plug the Chad Fargo North Dakota on the sixteenth and then the Tuesday after that the moines Wednesday is Omaha and Kansas City and Oklahoma City in Dallas. All that week very good killing it going all over it didn't you. Where'd you just come from? Like I was in San Diego and brea before we city sold out brea area that seats eight hundred people. What was Nice people came out? Yeah they did. Yeah podcast middle of Okay now people. You're reminding you of your things to things deployed. I always have a lifeline for plugs. You know he's spent ninety minutes proven. He can't remember anything John Evans Let's see I'm going to Springfield Illinois. A place called Donny. B.'s going to crackers and Indianapolis same same places visit. No no this is Danni B.'s. House okay cool clubs and yeah thrift. Store Guy Twitter. I also have a vintage store called funky junk vintage in Pittsburgh so it'd be buy stuff online website. Yeah I've been on the road with John and had to go to the thrift stores. That's probably why we stopped going on the road together. Ah Geoff Tate. I got a podcast with my brother. Calls her tate's chat are doing a show together and Madison. We plug that the day before Thanksgiving trae Gallian and I got a bunch of shows in Atlanta Asheville Knoxville L.. Chat Chattanooga Alphabetical the second. It's still is thanks a lot. That's all my time. Doug loves movies. This is back at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle Monday December sixteenth and for all other dates go to Douglas. MOVIES DOT COM. That's right Ted Cancer. Ah You guys are awesome. Thank you for coming out this afternoon. Take you to wise guys. I always love coming to wise guys and one more time from I guess Chad Daniels Daniel John Evans and Jeff Tae as always positive is it energy. Thanks again to watch men. Can't get enough of. HBO's watchmen now. You can go deeper inside the critically. Acclaimed new you. Series with the official watchmen. podcast hosted by watchmen executive producer and writer Damon. Lindelof and.

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

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"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Is rewind wind over. I honestly was not interested in that so just just when I heard that Thailand is like what I budget sopranos give a shit. What does that somebody murder that show? Let's play last man. Dan Or Woman Stanton now. This is going to be an interesting one when John. This is a game chat and Jeff Plate before jeff unfortunately excels at it. You'll be given given the name of an actor actress and maybe even multiple actors or actresses and then we're gonNA play along on this one going to take turns naming movies is that they were in. And if you can't think of one you're out except you can go to your lifeline. You can go to Zane. Jeff can go the to Mike and and you can go to a Christmas Stephen. Let's do it if you need to. And you can only go to them once. Let's say every time doesn't hurt to use your lifeline. Early Stephen Ready. He looks a little drake talk. He doesn't want to. They all horse what he has to go. Miss.

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"That The people come to my shows eat a lot hot. Yep that's true one and are Super Cordial and nice absolutely agree with that as good tippers. Yeah great the make up that last one just to get them to be good but I was laughing before the drinks arrive because I always always fill out all these games on a piece of paper and I never wrote the this specific details in this game. I never wrote them down. So Ah so I'M GONNA have to do like an approximation of what the billing would be in these a- In these two movies but I think the scales are tipping. His like when it rains when I go way better. Let's go so so hopefully this'll work. I mean it'll still work. Still everyone on the panel. Guess what the Hell I'm talking about. Okay some go. I'M GONNA go with third build. I'm GonNa say Ruth Gordon An and Jon Hamm. Oh somebody made that noise in the back. Brueghel Roy that same guy. Oh Oh no see there he goes. I don't know why encouraged it second build in this mash up would be John Kesse Savarese and Jamie Foxx cast anything. Please bringing up baby driver. No is it. Close doc where's that baby driver. Is that a baby driver. Something that ends in baby. I'm still waiting to recognize the name from one of the Jamie. Foxx was played for the Detroit Tigers in the fifties. Thank you..

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"That didn't do the other people I mean? I like to clap and I'm not Mormon wait. Am I gonNA get the game. It was awesome. Who knows in the same room with the Mormon in every goddamn one of us off so good all right so anyway back to you you John? Thank you so much for for doing this show. I can't believe we've known each other. For how many years do you think probably three or four definitely Ted and you've never I've been on I. Yeah I've never been on and I've just say I feel slighted that this is the first time that you all let's make up for it and you you first of all be great late today okay. Great guests late for that moving forward. I'll have have you on every show every show. Only if you're a great guest today right and I do not think most people are great guests. I'm on once once every eight months. Yeah that's how great you are a good. That sounds good you are. You're on the eighth month plan. Absolutely I'll take it. Yeah people start chanting your name. Then they'll have you bring in more. I didn't want to be here today..

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Warmer on Friday I'm John Evans good evening here's what's happening the trump administration is taking action in response to the outbreak of illness and death among people who vape nicotine and cannabis KCBS is Doug sovereign says the government will ban most flavored vaping E. cigarettes president trump says he is ordering the department of health and Human Services and the FDA to crack down on vaping something the agency had been reluctant to do until the recent wave of disease and death among vapor we can't allow people to get sick and we can't have are you. so effect is a noun health secretary Alex Cesar says the FDA will remove thousands of flavored vapes from the market banning Minton menthol in other flavors designed to hide the taste of tobacco Dr Steve Schroeder distinguished professor of health and health care at UCSF and head of the school smoking cessation leadership center says the move is a double edged sword labors are attractive to both young people and to smokers so clearly if you ban they'll be a lot less interest by young people in Beijing and that's really good but they'll be less interest probably in smokers who use vaping as an off ramp to quit smoking a commercial cigarette and that may be bass rotor says it appears most of the recent health problems have been caused by adulterated THC vaping not nicotine products Doug sovereign KCBS muny is delaying yet again the inauguration of the central subway between mission bay and Chinatown in San Francisco KCBS is Bob Butler says construction was to be done by the end of the year but now it's being delayed another six months it's hard to believe but nearly broke ground on this project in twenty ten and it's been slow going when we begin tunneling we found different rock conditions than than we expected some of the the challenges of building such deep elevators in through those kinds conditions have helped push the construction of considerably union from director Tom acquires says revenue services should start in summer twenty twenty one when the contractor completes the construction work the staff needs to get in there and test every system everyone school system every I. T. system have course make actually run trains up and down the tunnel to make sure that the system is safer riders who can forget that mess around Union Square the themes of gone on forever but McGwire says there is one silver lining we're eager to get to the end that construction one of the things that they had been exciting is that as of Labor Day weekend we had basically all of our construction activity also stock. street in San Francisco about Butler KCBS San Francisco's cable cars will stop running for ten days starting on Friday while the system undergoes repairs the SF MTA will re have the gear boxes the power the entire system a system that has been running since the eighteen nineties officials say the work is part of an upgrade project that began in twenty seventeen to repair heavy equipment that's been in service since the last major over haul back in nineteen eighty four it's estimated to cost about six million dollars it was eviction day for homeless residents of a shanty town under the bar tracks in east Oakland KCBS is Matt Bigler reports crews tore down the shocks today and gave the homeless tends to live in there's no question this was an eviction. local police department public works city crews forced the homeless out of wooden shacks under the bar tracks and remove them because they are a fire hazard but instead of being told to move on the homeless were given tense we have twenty one. they are large like nine to twelve percent since Candice elder with the east.

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What we know about the gun used in the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

What we know about the gun used in the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

"John Evans Gilroy police have recovered more evidence tied to the garlic festival shooting on Sunday night KCBS is Kerry who to sack fills us in police say a second weapon has been found in the festival shooters car chief Scott Smith he confirms they located a shot gun in addition to the A. K. forty seven stylists all rifle used in Sunday's mass shooting which left three dead and more than a dozen people injured during the search warrant the card that shock and that he had purchased was located so we've now accounted for both of the weapons that we knew the it purchased recently investigators also recovered a bag of ammunition in a creek near the festival grounds it's unclear what prompted nineteen year old St Tino league and opened fire chief smithy says tracking is whereabouts prior to the shooting leads them to believe he acted alone and that a second person was not involved we've been able to retrieve video I and he was by himself he was not with anybody else so that is sort of supporting that thought now that that that he acted on his own police continue to review the gunman social media accounts as they work to determine a motive the festival grounds will remain an active crime scene for at least another three to five

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"John Evans walking to the weekend well earlier this year democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren turned down an invitation to appear at a fox news town hall this week a Berkeley city council member also turned down fox KCBS is Keith Menconi spoke with the bay area political analyst about the fraud politics of fox invites it all started earlier this week when a vote by Berkeley city council to remove all gendered language from the city's code drew national attention longer fire man or policeman so firefighter police officer no man holes now it's a maintenance holes Berkeley city council member Rigel Robinson who co sponsored the ordinance says following the vote he received hate mail and an invitation to appear on fox news commentator Tucker Carlson show an invitation he turned down proudly and publicly I asked KCBS political analyst Larry Gersten the pros and cons politician supportive of liberal policies face when considering went to appear on fox news they have to make this decision do I really want to go to what they might consider the enemy territory but he says sometimes we need to take risks would you take risks to see if we can break down barriers and the and the less we're trying to do that the higher the Berrier seem to get council member Robinson tells KCBS he doesn't feel his views would have been given a fair hearing on Carlson show fox news objects to the decision by Robinson to make a private correspondence public keep Menconi KCBS a shelter for women in transition in west Oakland falls victim to the housing crisis KCBS is Curtis Kim says a seventy five percent rate hike could force the women of serenity house out into the streets the shelter is a four bedroom house they can serve up to eight women were fighting addiction abuse or trauma the executive director gitana mills we provide women with job skills training and because we are a two year program that being important because it's all about the bill would be a year ago the rand went from two thousand dollars monthly the thirty five hundred a seventy five percent increase in around is really been working with at a patient with her through the process but mill says they need money thousands just to fill the funding gap we just didn't have the funds you hate to have the the the paper right so when the house has set up a go fund me account it has received a state grant but that money will kick in until September in San Francisco Curtis can KCBS a federal judge nearly dismissed the city of Oakland lawsuit against the raiders but has given the city forty five more days to provide new evidence Oakland sued the NFL and the raiders in December arguing that the team's relocation to Las Vegas violated anti trust laws and the league's relocation policies the judges giving Oakland until September to make its case coming up on KCBS what we're in Oakland where the CDC says summer travel led to art measles epidemic there's over sixty thousand cases of active measles in Europe right now I have four away let's check traffic.

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning for any buyer five people were killed in a shooting last week at an Illinois manufacturing plant KCBS has Rebecca corral reports on yet. Another link between mass murderer and domestic violence, the shooter who killed five people and. Injured five police officers before taking his own life in Aurora. Illinois had a previous conviction for stabbing ex-girlfriend legally. He should never have been given the gun. He used in last week's massacre. Mischance to prevent a violent crime Chipman of the organization Gifford's, courage to fight gun. Violence says when a gun is involved in domestic violence. A woman is twelve times more likely to end up dead abusers were very likely to kill loved ones. And if someone will do that imagine what they do to a neighbor. And he says abusers with guns are a huge threat to law enforcement between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and two thousand sixteen one hundred and thirty six officers were killed responding to domestic disputes while only eighty were killed in drug rates. So it's very dangerous situation. And as a nation, we have to focus on how do we prevent domestic abusers from ever obtaining the firearm in the first place, sometimes the law works since one thousand nine hundred six one hundred forty six thousand people tried to buy guns and were turned away because of a previous domestic abuse conviction, Rebecca chorale, KCBS Berkeley, police arrested a man who is firing a gun from a van parked on Hines avenue near the Berkeley bowl supermarket last night around six o'clock using. Loudspeaker officers were able to convince the man to come out of the vehicle where he was taken into custody. No one was hurt for the second time this month. A construction crew ruptured a PG gasline in San Francisco. KCBS gentleman has more employees. Please.

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Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg And CEO discussed on Anchor: John Evans

Anchor: John Evans

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg And CEO discussed on Anchor: John Evans

"In China. The New York Times reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to unify his firms three messaging services, Facebook, messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp so users could send messages between the services. The report says what's happened -ployees have

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Kendall Coyne Schofield first woman to compete in All-Stars skills competition

Anchor: John Evans

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Kendall Coyne Schofield first woman to compete in All-Stars skills competition

"For northern California hockey fans at the tank that's the shark tank where the sharks play they had the skills competition tonight. Edmonton star Connor mcdavid won the fastest skater competition beat out six other all stars as well as US women's hockey star kindle Coyne. She impressed everyone as she scooted around the ice. Among the other winners were Calgary's Johnny Godhra who was the best in the puck control contest of the Rangers goalie, Henrik Lundqvist Lundqvist won the best goalie competition Edmonton's Leandra Seidel won the premier passing event in L. A defenseman drew doughty. Meanwhile, was asked what impresses most about some of these younger players who are taking part in the all star competition. Some of these guys moves in the in the shootout, and they're all the young guys to the guys for one or two years. Some of the stuff they can do in those shootouts. They're amazing and obviously the puck candling drill. I thought was pretty cool to the how quick they can give up on their stick. I can't do that. Drew doughty of the LA kings, not a favorite among sharks fans, but he takes all the rich. Bidding and all the the jeers good naturedly. And of course, the face off tomorrow night's games at five o'clock our time for the NHL all-star warriors back on the court also tomorrow at the same time, five o'clock, west coast time, eight o'clock east coast time, they'll be looking for a tenth straight win. It's going to

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US government shutdown ends without Trump's border wall

Anchor: John Evans

01:29 min | 2 years ago

US government shutdown ends without Trump's border wall

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eleven fifty. I'm John Evans with pixie Klay editing tonight a man and a woman in their thirties and their two dogs were rescued yesterday. From Los Padres national forest in Southern Cal cruise aboard a helicopter scoop them to safety after the couple ran out of food and water during their two week long ordeal. A rescuer says the couple underestimated the weather a series of storms dumped snow on Alamo mountain and a fallen pine tree and snow prevented the couple from driving out. They and their dogs were found sunburned, thirsty hungry tired. But otherwise in pretty good health all consider all things considered bay area. Cannabis company is getting a boost from a renowned forty Niner hall of Famer KCBS Melissa coul Ross has more on the investment. Made by Joe Montana Montana has invested in Khalifa cannabis company with a retail store in San Jose and bay area delivery service that also sells products to dispensaries throughout the state company. CEO? Oh, Dennis O'Malley says the legendary former quarterback is investing in Khalifa because of the impact cannabis could make on the opioid epidemic knows the finger to around what it's like to have to manage a deal with pain. So for him to be on the forefront of alternative to opioids. We're very proud to partner with him. And certainly believe that that is a worthy to take on says the company wants to bring cannabis to people dealing with pain and other ailments cannabis is a natural plant. It's not synthetic not manufacturer it's been used for thousands of years, and we at kalija certainly believe in in bringing that to people who have pain sleeping anxiety need to be able to have a natural health and wellness option. This is the first time Khalifa has raised outside money and the company plans to expand its product line and.

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm John Evans editing, the news tonight. Deborah Ingersoll, the interests of business and privacy advocates were discussed today at a public forum hosted by the California Department of Justice KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports from the state building in San Francisco. California's attorney general is hosting six forums this being the first for the public to weigh in on the rulemaking process for the California consumer Privacy Act, which goes into effect in twenty twenty Julie charismatic as technologists for the network advertising initiative, which represents companies in the online advertising space. She wants more guidance of how companies can be in compliance. If you're not exchanging. Information, and I just serving targeted odd. If you're not collecting Email addresses or postal addresses because you're really trying to minimize what kind of data you handle businesses. Want loyalty programs to not be threatened privacy advocates including the ACLU and the frontier foundation were also represented Elizabeth Galicia is with common sense media gets important to clarify and to protect consumers when it comes to how their personal information is being used for advertising purposes. Common sense media also wants to ensure there's enough money for enforcement of the laws once they take affect in San Francisco Margie, Schaefer, KCBS, not all allergies are what they appear to be CBS news correspondent Jim Chenevey explains. A new study finds more than ten percent of Americans have a food allergy. But nearly double that believe they do a total of nineteen percent of people surveyed believe they had food allergies but digging into their symptoms. Just ten percent had convincing signs of true allergies. These researchers blame misconceptions about reactions to some people have non-threatening intolerance to some foods that they believe our allergy when it comes to allergic reactions shellfish is the most common at three percents of adults milk a second at one point nine percent peanuts. Third at one point eight percent. Jim shanavie, CDs, new another iconic restaurant is closing in San Jose KCBS is my Cogan said this was the last day of business for Harry's. Hoffbrau very sad day the line stretched around the parking lot of the Saratoga avenue. Hoffbrau once word got out of the closure. Pete has been coming here for more than thirty years, especially.

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning Fernie buyer. And Nick Palmer people who live around Big Sur credit social media with the surge in tourism, KCBS agenda lane reports the tourists are being encouraged to take the Big Sur pledge I pledge to share our coastal roads in a safe manner. That is the first of the eight point Big Sur pledge behind it or residents like Lisa Klausner. They've seen highway one and other narrow roads frustratingly and even dangerously clogged in recent years, not only with traffic, but with human waste and trash as tourism has bloomed. It's no mystery why it's a beautiful place. We live here. We love it. And we love it when the visitors love it too. But like any scarce resource our coastline has its constraints and the surgeon visitation has really maxed out or even gone beyond the carrying. Capacity of this community and natural environment. The pledge to be mindful and fire safe and leave. No trace is a way for residents to change visitor behavior. They're also working to change visitor infrastructure working with state agencies on things like bathrooms general lane. KCBS? The Trump administration's decision to leave national parks open, despite the government shutdown has created a mess. According to many officials garbage is piling up restrooms reclosed, people are relieving themselves in the woods. Some people are driving their cars on trails a resident of the Yosemite area described it at that park as a free for all the partial government shutdown has left many parks without Rangers and other workers who staff the campgrounds cleaned the restrooms stock the toilet paper and enforce all the laws more than one hundred people started the new year with a dip into San Francisco Bay. Yesterday. KCBS Tim Ryan reports from the south end rowing club near fisherman's Warf. You should try.

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"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A KCBS. I'm John Evans with pixie clay of the editor's desk. Many schools in college campuses were closed for the day. Because of bad Aaron KCBS is Mike HOGAN, so the one of the biggest that stayed open today is in Santa Clara county, the majority of school districts in the south bay decided to remain open on a three of the thirty one public school districts closed, Mountainview, Wissmann Mountain View, Los Altos, high school district and Los Altos school district county office of education superintendent, Dr Marianne Dewan we have received several telephone calls from concerned parents who believed that we're keeping school doors open for funding purposes and went to a shirt our community that decisions to stay open were made without regard to funding to Sarah coda. It was the county health officer said the thinking is it's better to keep schools open. So that students can be indoors for many families, the schools are a safe the really the safest place that they have to send their children where they can shelter indoors, be monitored. And especially where their physical activity can be. Monitored and limited Cody said, well children and the elderly are the most at risk the advice for everyone is avoid exposure to outdoor air if you can buy Colgan KCBS businesses booming at some oxygen bars in San Francisco is people seek relief from the smoke and KCBS mortgage. Schaefer checked out today at fisherman's wharf. It's been busy at by Taliban internationals oxygen bar near fisherman's wharf were noling to get says they have doubled their business in the past week since the campfire broke out in Butte county shelters. They said what can you suggest because of this? We offer is concentrated oxygen pumped through a tube delivered at the base of the nostrils. People liked it after that issue. The American lung association says oxygen bars are unlikely to have a beneficial physiological effect. But there's also no evidence that oxygen at low levels is dangerous to a person's health. So people are giving flavored oxygen ago for twenty five dollars for ten minutes. I liked the lavender and the meant at Zimmerman bay who's visiting from India. The deli right now is one of the most polluted cities in the world. But he found himself seeking relief from a headache from smoke here. In San Francisco, I've been complaining.

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Trump an "absolute no" on Puerto Rico statehood, citing feud with mayor

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump an "absolute no" on Puerto Rico statehood, citing feud with mayor

"Going to happen to all of this stuff of ours? What's your trash look like at the end of the week? Join STAN Bunger me for our regular podcast ten questions with STAN and Susan. We find interesting people and ask them exactly ten questions. Subscribe now at radio dot com. KCBS news time four fifty. I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning Fernie buyer. And Nick Palmer a red flag fire warning is in effect in the north and East Bay hills. Today KCBS is Bob Butler has more about that the hot weather in the low humidity colliding as a dangerous combination. This is a great time of year because the fog goes away. It's also a bad time of year. We're seeing increasingly high pressure building into the region from the eastern Pacific. And as a result. We're seeing a little bit

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"john evans" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on KTRH

"Ingrain hall. Go to green hall. Eat at the grist mill next door. Go watch don't go watch one of the big names. Go watch one of the guys that is so excited to play at green hall because he loves the history. Go watch John Evans, at least there's a great go watch John Evans, if you don't know who John Evans is. You're welcome. Is your in for some fun? Go watch John Evans, do his album circling the drain which is my favorite of his albums. John Evans at one point owned every passing record in college football. He played quarterback at Lamar. His girlfriend got pregnant his like junior year. It messed him up. Like, we weren't you know, this we weren't planning for this. We weren't preparing for this. He quits football. I think he might have gone on. And I I know he would have made the pros might have been a superstar. There's an incredible athlete. It went through a little he ended up at the plant. It wasn't never expect. He's gotta make some money. He's got this child. Fast forward. He he starts writing songs. He's written saws at a lot of other people have recorded. He continues to play. He wears a big afro for a white guy. Which is hilarious. He wears buddy Holly glasses, but you go watch John Evans, play green hall. There's a guy that probably has more respect for the history of the singer songwriter in the state of Texas, and he's the guy who I taught it to me. He's the guy who I made me fall in love with the music of Robert Earl keen, and Charlie Robison and guy Clark and Townes van Zandt. And all this some of you may remember John because he had a daughter who came to be known. He sang a beautiful song about her called butterfly butterfly girl. His daughter had a very rare condition were her skin would just would just melt away. And she ended up dying. A bet bet. She was only maybe seventeen her last year a her life. He took her out on tour pulled her out of school. What's the point at this point? They they said look you've got days. Live took her out on tour. Everybody loved her she'd go up on stage with them and beautiful girl, and she's dying, and you can't imagine. But anyway, he wrote this one of my favorite songs is his tribute to her which is you have it. We'll come back in the next segment they called her butterfly girl because the condition she had made her the doctor said as frail as a butterfly. So anyway. Let me not start crying. Go watch. John Evans, play green hall. He'll be playing at some point. And you will see a guy that loves the history of the oldest dance hall in the state of Texas. If you go back where the band's wait to go onstage where Merle haggard Willie Nelson. Ronnie Millsap Charley pride you Kris Kristofferson were they all waited to go on the stage the redneck country club. You will see that on the wall. I had it stenciled. It says the green room, and there is a depiction of green hall. The oldest dancehall in Texas where it all started GRU e e it's the green room in tribute to green hall, go. There watched John Evans perform a show eight at the gristmill before stand around outside of have a beer outside. There'll be somebody playing covers out there. Aided the gristmill go to the show the next morning get up and walk around the circle there in Greenall stay at one of the Ben breakfast there in town if rat right next to if you can then you can just back to your to your room, and there's a little five and dime. Farmers market shop directly across about one hundred feet up and it's an old fashioned soda jerk. Soda fountain. Joint and you go in there. And they have the old Dr Pepper in a bottle with the sugar cane, you will drink that. And you will be so delighted by how good this Dr Pepper is. It will be the best Dr Pepper you've eaten in your life. And you've drank in your life, and for you kit, you young people under thirty five you won't know why it's so good because they have you hooked on corn syrup, but don't get me going on on big Agra because I'll start going off and start sounding like Michael Savage, and I don't want to do that to you right now. But if you will drink Dr Pepper, you will drink the original are not original you will drink. What I grew up drinking, which is a delicious concoction of real cane sugar Dr Pepper, and it will be the best one you've ever had. But that's not what you're getting today. Because most of you haven't even had a Dr Pepper twenty years. You just say how much Dr Pepper, but you go give a to mister pip. Tell me what you think is what I'm talking about. Berry. Jobs. Wages opportunities all growing in Texas governor, Greg Abbott, eight hundred thousand new jobs and counting higher wages for workers. Better education for all Texans high school graduation rates at all time highs. But governor heaven knows there's more to do. That's why he's recruiting new employers from across America in the world to come to.

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Heroes of Flight 93 remembered at "Tower of Voices" memorial

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Heroes of Flight 93 remembered at "Tower of Voices" memorial

"Shanksville Pennsylvania is the site of a new nine eleven memorial to the heroes of United flight ninety three the flight left San Francisco and was hijacked on nine eleven with the intent to crash into either the US capitol or the White House. CBS news correspondent chip Reid reports from the field where the jet came down. The names of the forty passengers and crew members of flight ninety three were solemnly read. Aloud near the field where their lives were lost. Soon after flight ninety three took off it was hijacked by terrorists. Passengers and crew members phoned loved ones and learned that two planes had already struck the world trade towers, they voted and decided to act on Sunday the tower of voices was dedicated here. The final piece of the memorial when finished it will contain forty winds chimes that will sound like this. They are intended to recall the voices of the passengers and crew in their final heartbreaking calls and voice mails. Hey, I love them very much. Gordon felt is president of the families of flight ninety three is brother. Ed felt was a passenger on the plane. What does the tower of voices add to this memorial? Well for me the tower voices is a symbol of defiance ninety three feet tall. Standing at the entrance to this memorial. Defiantly speaking for our loved ones

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California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

"Seven forty KCBS KCBS news time four fifty I'm John Evans editing News this morning Fernie buyer and Nick Palmer the California assembly has, voted to enshrine net neutrality in state law delivering a major victory to. Advocates looking to require an equal playing field on the internet those bills returned to. The Senate which passed

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Medal of Honor recipient "sacrificed his life" to save fellow troops

KCBS Radio Overnight News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Medal of Honor recipient "sacrificed his life" to save fellow troops

"Duncan the medal of honor, today was presented to the widow of air force technical, sergeant John. Chapman CBS news correspondent David Martin reports Chapman, gave his life protecting fellow troops in one of the ugliest battles of the war in Afghanistan Al Qaeda was waiting for air force sergeant John Chapman and a team of navy seals when. They came off the helicopter the enemy was in basically overhead, positions around him on three sides raining down, fire and three different directions Colonel Michael window can spent two and a half years allies in. Every frame of surveillance video at the two thousand to Afghanistan that's Chapman running up the mountain. Straight out a bunker where. An enemy machine. Gun was firing it's hard to under Stand why he wasn't, cut down harder still to understand where he got the courage. There were two enemy inside the bunker he killed them both as they were shooting at him basically we watched I what my aircraft commander described as a. Firefight now phone booth unfold surgeon Robert Harrison was in gunships circling overhead trying to. Blast. Al Qaeda off the mountain the video is hard to follow so the, air force, commissioned this, animation which when Delk, and says is accurate down to the exact location of Chapman's wounds he was shot a total of nine times. Chapman jumped out of the relative safety of, the bunker, to fire at another machine gun ten meters away he was hit, and went down and was likely rendered unconscious at that point the, rest of the team was sure Chapman. Was dead and pulled off the ridge to wait for reinforcements a few minutes later he awoke and continue to fight for another. Hour and. Ten minutes owners zone fighting for his life against the enemy at point blank range, helicopter was bringing in Reinforcements and he tried to provide covering fire within thirty seconds. Helicopter landing knowing that he was just, ten meters from scene and he put his back to. That, machine gun to engage an enemy that was trying to shoot. Down, the helicopter that's when, he was shot twice in the back and killed the reinforcements made it in but. Not in time to save Chapman. It's pretty clear he sacrificed his life, to make sure that they had a chance to land and rescue the rest of. The team if ever a man went down fighting for his country it was John

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California heat: July was state's hottest month ever recorded

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:01 min | 2 years ago

California heat: July was state's hottest month ever recorded

"Two. Today we learned, that July was. The hottest month on record in the state of California, CBS news, correspondent, John. Blackstone reports that the heat continues in the. Fire zones on both ends of the state on. The fire lines there is little relief, just more pain has more land is consumed, by flames, firefighters had hoped to contain the fast growing holy fire in southern, California even when massive drops of retardant slow the spread in one Ambers ignited a new stretch of hillside it could, jump over a quarter mile and start a whole new fire new area this is what nearby residents are facing a giant wall of flames perilously close. To neighborhoods it's a scene played, out over and. Over throughout California especially in Mendocino with the largest wildfire in state history continues to rage this is this is the nerve center at the Mendocino complex fire base camp where technology now helps pinpoint hotspots so that more than. Four thousand firefighters know. Exactly where to deploy how has it changed in thirty. Years the technology has helped us out in the field a lot more, kind of information that I never had. Access thirty years ago And there are signs of progress this. Is one place where fire crews have been victorious cutting a firebreak stopping these flames as they came down this, ridge but they'll need many more of these victories before this fire. Is up until then all the smoke? Now covers three quarters of California and there's another. Tool for thousands of evacuees right

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Manafort defense grills star witness about affair, embezzlement

KCBS Radio Overnight News

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Manafort defense grills star witness about affair, embezzlement

"Eighteen it's still too close to call in Ohio's twelfth congressional district where the Republican holds a slim lead in a district held by the GOP for three. Decades I'm Holly. Polycom is there life outside our? Galaxy and are they trying to talk to? Us I'm John Evans KCBS news, time ten thirty one CBS news. Update there's no official winner yet in. Ohio special congressional election as the vote is too close to call, Republican ROY Alderson has the unofficial lied about seventeen hundred volts and he's already packing for DC promise to, you but I'm going to work, relentlessly relentlessly form this twelfth congressional. District so fast says, democrat Danny. O'Connor he's hoping provisional and absentee ballots at least Get him within. The margin of a half percent to force a recount to, call this a night I think we need. To make sure. That this, process is respected because too many, people have, worked too hard. Too many people want to have a real voice in Washington CBS's Anthony Salvin to the Republican has a narrow lead about seventeen hundred votes out of two. Hundred thousand cast, that's a margin of less than? One percent but there are thousands of absentee? And provisional ballots, reportedly remaining to, be count CBS news update I'm. Jim shanavie KCBS news time ten thirty. To the defense in the trial of Paul Manafort went on the, attack today against the government's star witness manafort's former business deputy Rick gates CBS news correspondent Paula Reid is, following the trial at the federal, courthouse in Alexandria Virginia after hours. Of cross examination of, the prosecution's. Star witness Paul manafort's lawyer offered this assessment Manafort had a great attorney Kevin downing attacked Richard gates his credibility one day after. He testified that his former boss knowingly committed crimes you knowingly and intentionally lied defense attorney Kevin downing asked yes gates answered I've provided false information to the special counsel's office prior. To my plea agreement downing, peppered gates with questions about what the defense dubbed the secret life of Rick. Gates gates admitted to having an apartment in, London visibility an extramarital affair but denied that he used funds embezzled for Manafort. For the tryst. He also acknowledged he may have, submitted personal expenses to President Trump's inaugural committee for reimbursement. It's possible gates conceded has gates struggled to answer questions about, wire transfers he authorized downing pointed, out gates his memory was much clearer when a prosecutor was the one doing the, questioning, have they confronted you with so many lies you can't. Remember any of it.

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US aims to crush Iran oil sector in next wave of sanctions

24 Hour News

03:13 min | 2 years ago

US aims to crush Iran oil sector in next wave of sanctions

"Claim spree, and the US is once again, taking aim at Iran's economy, reimposing sanctions on Tehran. I'm John Evans CBS news, covers the world next What's happening and, why, KCBS AM. FM and HD. One San Francisco Oakland San. Jose Twelve o'clock This is CBS news on the hour presented by Liberty. Mutual insurance I'm Jim. Shanavie, tough UN economic sanctions against Iran have gone back into effect. This morning that is US economic Satit President Trump vowing to pressure to run back to the bargaining table to renegotiate what he described as a terrible deal reached with the Obama administration BBC correspondent. John Sopo this sanctions will hit you rounds car industry trade in gold and, precious metals and the ability to purchase US currency in foreign exchange markets from November twenty eighteen sanctions will be extended and they'll target Iran's crucial. Oil industry but from Tehran defiance. Plus custody Kasim was a Trump and his government are the ones who rejected negotiations have turned their back. On diplomacy President Trump. Always maintained it gave around far too much for too little. In return he signed a new packet of measures warmly welcomed by allies in. The region regains will be back on the stand later this morning in, that, Alexandria Virginia The. Trial of his former boss Paul Manafort Manafort a former campaign chairman. For Donald Trump faces. Charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion CBS Paula Reid gates said he conspired with Manafort to falsify tax returns knowingly failed to report foreign Bank accounts and failed to register Manafort as a foreign agent gates also admitted he embezzled from his boss something manafort's attorneys. Had alleged for months I added money to expense reports and created expense reports, that were not accurate said to pad his salary by several hundred thousand dollars it was already the biggest wildfire in California this fire season now. It's the biggest in state history. The Mendocino complex wildfire has scorched more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres and destroyed at least seventy. Five homes correspondent Steve. Futterman there is no estimate when fire crews may gain control. Over this fire it's grown rapidly the last few days the official number of. Acres burned right now two hundred eighty three thousand acres more than thirty, nine Eight, hundred fire personnel are battling this fire both on. The ground and from the air the Broward County Florida sheriff's office. Has released a transcript of the confession given by parkland high school shooting suspect nNcholas crews. And later today will be releasing a video. Of that WFL RTD's Kerry cod crews. Had other plans to murder including an idea a week before the shooting it's domain Douglas to shoot up a park Curzio said you. Were going to start shooting people at the, park crew said. Yeah Curzio said and did you have. A city picked out from what park he wanted to do crews nodded his head no Curzio said no what kept and crews replied. I didn't want to do it Shelvin teen people died in the park. Land attack most of them students on, Wall Street the Dow gained thirty nine to..

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Thousands more evacuated from California's largest wildfire

KCBS Radio Overnight News

04:28 min | 2 years ago

Thousands more evacuated from California's largest wildfire

"And UNLV experts find the North Korea has not stopped its nuclear program. I'm John Evans, CBS news covers the world. Next. What's happening and why KCBS AM. FM and HD. One San Francisco Oakland San. Jose Eleven o'clock CBS news on the hour sponsored by. Progressive insurance I'm. Jim shanavie it's another night of heavy rain in parts of, the east a storm front that extends from the mid Atlantic to New England and flash flood warnings and watches rebel along that path in Lynchburg Virginia where the college lake dam was threatening to burst and unleash a wall of water evacuations remain in effect overnight correspondent chip, Reid says the danger is mostly over in the last twenty. Four hours the water from that reservoir was actually going over this bridge, and dam and that's why they were afraid of the possibility of. Catastrophic failure now seek waters quite a, bit lower but there is heavy rain in. The forecast so there are a little, bit worried but they think wiping out this damn at this point is. Extremely unlikely there were new evacuations from wildfires in. Northern California Friday is the largest fire the Mendocino complex blaze grew to more than one, hundred fifty three. Thousand acres some sixteen thousand people have been forced to leave their homes in. Napa county the car fire continues to call Ause problems mostly for the. Fire crews Cal. Fires Heather Williams combined these fires have burned over one hundred, fifty seven thousand acres the largest of that is the ranch fire which is burned two hundred fifteen thousand acres and currently we still have over nine thousand structures that are threatened at this time but heat wave continues for much of California Saturday's high in reading near the, car fires forecast to hit ninety seven degrees secretary of state. Mike Pompeo has issued a stern warning to Russia and China and any, other country that might violate u. n. sanctions and deal with North. Korea has comes amid a UN report, that the north continues to get oil from. Illegal ship to ship transfers at sea, and is making tens of millions of dollars in banned exports of coal. Iron seafood and other products the report will cause. Some problems for President Trump suggest to get North Korean leader Kim Jong undertow the line, CBS's Mike lions. States it's going to be looking for North Korea to move the agreement forward. Intangible manner such as having inspectors Allowed instead of North Korea the search for the suspect. In the shooting death of Houston cardiologists Dr Mark house connect came to an end. In Houston Friday morning when police caught up with sixty two year old Joseph Pappas, Omar Villafranca reports one police officer arrived, within moments and. Confronted Pappas and another officer as well they noticed that he was wearing body armor they told him to get his hands up but it only apparently put one hand up now both officers were there when he did lift up his other hand he had a gun in it he put it to his head and pulled the trick, is connected been one of. Former president George H W Bush doctors Pappas may have killed him as revenge for, the death of his mother on the operating table. Some twenty years ago on Wall Street the Dow gained one hundred thirty, six points this is CBS news Progressive will compare rates for you so you get the best deal even if it's not with us. Saving you time and money now that's progressive. Call or click today It's eleven oh three the bay area's news station. KCBS sunny and, warm tomorrow in. The inland areas we're going to see some hazy conditions for the rest of the weekend due to, the fires in the north state I'm John Evans here's what's, happening there was a fight that closed the Bart station at MacArthur in Oakland tonight. For a short time and it turned into a stabbing two men. Are injured police say an. Altercation started on a Richmond train. And then continued at the MacArthur station one suffered a cut to the. Face the other to the arm both men are being treated no. Arrests have been made NIA Wilson was stabbed to death in an unprovoked. Attack on Bart in July she was honored by by family today in a memorial in. Oakland KCBS lane reports of the. Event was attended by approximately fifteen hundred people NIA Wilson's funeral lasted some four hours ending with. Hundreds of people filing past her oath Open casket draped in a white. Veil the ceremony was a time to mourn for her family.

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Trump team wants to roll back Obama-era mileage standards

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05:56 min | 2 years ago

Trump team wants to roll back Obama-era mileage standards

"Today It's eleven oh three of the bay area's news station KCBS hazy. Sunshine tomorrow not much change in. Temperatures until the weekend I'm John Evans and air quality advisory will be in effect tomorrow due to the, smoke from. The Mendocino county fires much of that smoke, is drifting south down to the bay area tonight environmentalists say that the Trump administration's. Decision to roll back fuel efficiency standards will set back California's efforts, to fight. Climate change, KCBS is Keith main Coney reports the the new emission. Rules would freeze mileage targets in twenty twenty four six years environmentalists. Warned that without the stricter emission standards consumers will have fewer. Clean options and will end. Up spending more on gas Hal, Harvey is the CEO. Of the San Francisco based environmental policy firm energy innovation. He says those costs will be measured in the billions of dollars we see that in two. Thousand thirty five alone more than three Fifty million gallons of gasoline would be wasted by this, robot the administration's new rules would also end. California's authority to set its own stricter standards Simon Moyo is a scientist with the natural Resources Defense Council he says. That would be a step back for the state this will worsen the. Already compelling extrordinary needs in California to address both climate change as well as air pollution. The administration argues that efficiency standards. Have driven up the cost of buying cars which has made it difficult for consumers to buy newer safer, models creating. Safety concerns those arguments may be tested in, court though as California in may already filed a preemptive lawsuit against the rollback heath. Makoni KCBS many elected leaders in California or against the Trump administration, proposal to. Ask about, citizenship in the twenty twenty US Census they say it. Could scare away even legal immigrants and lead to an undercount KCBI Gentle lane reports Californians are being asked to send their comments to the Commerce Department while the city attorney San Francisco fights it on the legal front other elected and immigrant community leaders are asking in several languages for the public to comment on the proposal too much mitigation how Attala seeping Geico. And Pimas this is San Francisco mayor London breed the senses only. Happens every ten years and the government relies on that data to be accurate in order to determine our population equal representation and distribution of resources to our. Communities Bridget Davalos president of the board at City College it says the census. Is a critical planning tool for all. Schools we can see what kind of, demographic shifts. And changes are going on in the city to make sure that the college meets the needs. Of our community opponents ban supporters of the citizenship question being added to the twenty. Twenty cents this can comment on it until August seventh. General lane KCBS former White House press secretary Sean Spicer spoke to a sold out crowd tonight at the marines memorial theatre in San, Francisco KCBS has Megan be reports from the events sponsored by the Commonwealth club of California Kathy came with her family from. Palo Aalto I. Think it'd be very, interesting to listen to him and it's very brave of him, to come speak in San francis-, now Spicer is promoting his new book debriefing, politics, the press. And the president in, which, he talks. About what it was like to speak for President Donald Trump I think a lot of times people didn't necessarily like or believe what he was saying and say well therefore it's. Your fault well I get that but my job. And any spokesman's job isn't to get in the way of communicating. Directly what they believe at ten Gary Malaysian says he sees this talk as unique chance to get a glimpse inside the current White House fellow probably has. An insight into the ramifications of the hustled mine the president I want an. Insight into that because I think we. Got a five year old mind in, the seventy. One year old body and it's bothersome to me at the marines memorial theatre Megan gold speak. KCBS coming up on KCBS Hollick wanted downtown San Francisco the oasis in the urban. Jungle a sneak peek at the sales Transit center a rooftop. Park all right let's check your. Traffic tonight it's eleven oh eight on this Thursday evening, and keeping track of things for us here's AJ Gilroy one zero. One, northbound at leaves Lee Road all, northbound lanes, are closed because of a fatal crash a car was driving the wrong way and the driver was, ejected out. Of the vehicle at tow truck will be needed for the car and cars are being diverted off, at, leaves Lee Road currently. Try, to exit ten, th street and get back onto the highway from Masten avenue that will save you a lot of time from instead. Being funneled into, one offramp Dublin five eighty westbound before hacienda drive a two car. Crash including one facing the wrong way is blocking the two left lanes expect about. A quarter mile. Backup CHP is on the scene Livermore five eighty eastbound from Greenville road to midway road the two right lanes are closed for, pavement work you're on the brakes from Northland. Road to grant line, road and what's not helping is the closure of the grant, line road offramp and Tracy eastbound, two oh five between eleven three And I five highway construction really slowing things down. Especially before I, five you're next traffic update eleven eighteen on. The traffic leader KCBS you bay area forecast hazy skies. Overnight and hazy sunshine tomorrow we'll see, fog the coast most of the day partly cloudy skies around. The bay mostly sunny inland and then again the Hayes will be a real issue and that's. From the smoke wafting down for Mendocino county highs tomorrow pretty much as they've been sixties at the coastline seventies around the bay to the low nineties inland slightly cooler on Saturday, and Sunday traffic and weather together on the eighth on, KCBS ready to.

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All aboard Hello Kitty: Pink bullet train - a dream ride for fans - debuts in Japan

Purity Products

03:51 min | 2 years ago

All aboard Hello Kitty: Pink bullet train - a dream ride for fans - debuts in Japan

"Center says preliminary results are very very encouraging this one works better than any others but that doesn't mean that it's the solution until we actually carry we searched forward into humans lupine has been found to reverse alzheimer's in lab mice stephan kaufman cbs news denver there's a brand new addition to japan's famed fleet of high speed bullet trains a hello kitty version tricked out inside and out in pink and white showcasing kitty from ceiling to floor and in between and it speeds up to two hundred miles per hour hello kitty is now the fastest cat on earth peter king cbs news four zero five at the bay area's new station cbs sunny skies hot temperatures today hazy sunshine and a spare the air day i'm john evans good morning there's a fire burning in the central valley east of stockton this morning we'll have details on that here in just a moment but first a brush fire in lime ridge open space reserve in concord last night started in the afternoon and and grew to nearly three hundred acres before crews rabl to contain it last night kcbs has making goals be reports that fire officials know what they're up against this fire season remind residents to stay alert good reminder to be ready the main thing that we want people to do is to make sure that you know with the warm weather coming up this weekend and red flags all over the bay area we wanna make sure that people know that if you're told to evacuate that you need to get out right away have a plan if you haven't already made a plan tonight as a good time to do that god gaza county fire marshal robert marshall and i spoke right below the montecito subdivision where a line of orangish red fire retardant was laid right up to the homes no reported injuries again no reports of any damage tiny structures there may be a few structures that has some fire retardant on them from the aircraft but that's that's harmless it's a little hard to get off initially but it fades over time so it's not a it's not a permanent marking i'm sure they're grateful yeah i mean you know we we do it when we have to we don't do it just because so yes certainly i'm sure they're not going to be terribly upset about the fire was started he said by vehicle that was backfiring is it went up agnosio valley road several witnesses were able to pinpoint that vehicle but marshall says it was a complete accident in concord making gold speak kcbs kcbs is bob butler spoke to some residents who said that this was the first wildfire they've experienced in their area kendra ethan was waiting on any word about her home got an update no structures damaged except you might have some retarded right on your home right right yeah i'll do that i'll do with that cochran council member tim galleons has this area receives a lot of attention mike roos along with crews have been out there literally for the last two weeks every part of any kind of driver as vegetation and everything is well protected not to mention we have fire crews on hand and plenty of staff to make sure nothing happened but it did anyway talking to one of the residency said that they're h away has defensible space around you subdivision is that true that is true yeah so between the hoa's and the city of concord we do actually make sure that that does happen so if it hadn't been for that yeah actually could have been more severe absolutely in concord by butler kcbs firefighters in the central valley say that a fast moving wildfire east of stockton has now grown to more than four thousand acres the waverley fire began in calaveras county last night and spread to eastern san joaquin county mandatory evacuations have been ordered in several communities near the city of lyndon so far no reports of injuries or homes that have been burned coming up on kcbs i'm doug sovereign twenty five years after.

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"john evans" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"john evans" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

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