19 Burst results for "Judy Appel"

Goodhart's Law in Reinforcement Learning

Data Skeptic

04:11 min | 2 d ago

Goodhart's Law in Reinforcement Learning

"Student at university. College london minds researches mauka manipulation if you have self trading algorithm does it learn to manipulate markets. And then going from that. How'd you stop it for many players in the market on cutting more generally how do you tell algorithm which runs a policy. How do you tell it. The certain things are illegal. Should be done. So it's kinda taking me on more security journey than i thought it would because of going into the world of experimental psychology lower because not market knows very interested in intent lieutenant and they're also interested in coz -ality my work at the moment is trying to establish will Like for an hour them and the what the beginning to be talking about today is connected to quality so is an area that really came up in my kinda full mold machine learning education and it was only probably just over a year. When i read a book by judy. Appel will the book of why a restarted get interested in the subject to causality and realize that it's something but isn't tool on isn't handled while a machine learning at all. And if you read the book. Paul is very adamant about the importance of alexey. In housing types of analysis simply can't walk without taking into account so it drew a question in my mind is wide or how machines machine learning techniques reinforcement dining. what when there's no explicit treatment of causality. it's all so that led to the dog brought to pipe official quoted by fulminate cool cool combo good health law enforcement butting so a reinforcement learning should be all about causality. You have an agent. He chooses actions that she's actions. That somehow changes the world. They receive some kind of award the world changes and so on so you think that reinforcement learning calls aleksey guy well together and actually if you to believe bill. They can't walk reinforcement. Dining should be able to work if causality isn't explicitly treated. But if you look at sutton a barter which is the canonical text on reinforcement. Learning a search for the wet causality. Causal anything like that pays exactly zero times in the book. So someone's gotta be wrong. Eva wrong in saying that actually k. nikon generate any kind of policy to solve a problem or reinforcement dining extremely lucky so far in the Questions that they've studied have contained any kind of interesting causal structure. I agree that the word causality is suspiciously missing from most of the reinforcement literature. Books and papers. I've encountered but it almost feels like it could be there implicitly. Could this just be a matter of semantics. Well that's the great hope from deep reinforcement dining. I guess that ye somehow by involving date neural network in order this somehow in that your network which is unknowable. Mysterious does the job of analysing causality. It doesn't automatically so you don't need to think about it. And it's done you don't need to worry about to me fulfillment dining works. So let's move on. And i guess there is an element of that because reinforcement dining does work. But it just made me think about if you look in science. In general there's a long history of humans discovery techniques which work with before actually understanding why they work so i was thinking about i on the on age was five hundred bc even saudi arabia and to make land. You need to take on all you. Smelted with coke and the coke burns in the air that produces carbon monoxide to carbon monoxide displaces. The oxide in the side which then lacey with real on so at what point in human silenced. It be realized that was happening. Probably two years lights may be seventeen eighteen. Hundreds ole is time. We still had on tools. Said he didn't really matter that we didn't know why what it did kind of walk on. I like bit to reinforcement learning. Maybe the process. Which does what. It's a bit mysterious. Maybe ego to do things to get it to work. But the actual understanding as to white wax isn't diane. I think without an understanding of sally cardi understand. Why rainbow sledding works. I can pull out a textbook or maybe go

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"judy appel" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KGO 810

"K G O eight ten as it happens. He and his family plan to reside in the governor's mansion just a few blocks from the capitol. Judy appel, the president of the Berkeley unified school district and her wife Alison Bernstein are still reported in critical condition after being struck by a car while crossing the street during the weekend, the accident happened at the intersection of Martin Luther King junior way and Stuart street in Berkeley about a block from their home. The two were crossing the street when they were hit by a vehicle driven by an eighty one year old Berkeley residents. He apparently remained at the scene and is cooperating with police. The Vatican may be looking to speed up judgment day for a fallen American cardinal. Correspondent Barbara Kusak reports. The Vatican has said to be planning to try former cardinal theater McCarrick served as archbishop of Washington as early as this coming week. The Wall Street Journal reports and sources say the Vatican aims to expedite the trial. In order to make a final decision on his fate before the Vatican summit on sex abuse scheduled for February twenty first to twenty four. Can officials understand pope Francis. Wants to keep McCarrick state from overshadowing the summit. Meanwhile, the online Catholic news outlet crux reported Saturday that the Vatican is now investigating a total of three cases of abuse against McCarrick. I'm Barbara Kusak. In washington. Eight ten business. Apple shook the markets last week when it announced it would miss its revenue numbers blaming poor sales in China. Jason Middleton has more check on Wall Street. The markets are trudging along today is the government shutdown continues. Apple triggered a sell off on Wall Street last week when it downgraded its expectations of how much revenue it would generate this quarter CEO Tim cook specifically pointed at China and poor sales of iphones to Chinese customers. US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC today that's bunk. Well, I don't think Apple's earnings miss had anything to do with the present trade talks think about it. There have been no tariffs put on our product. And I don't think wilburs really that far off apple has an eighty percent plus customer retention rate everywhere in the world except China where it's fifty percent retention. Apple's software and hardware integration is a key selling point everywhere in the world except China. Where competitors make cooler phones..

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The Nevada State line. Doodo snow several accidents in zero visibility. No estimated time for the reopening. And a fifties been held at least traffic on fifty is being held over the eco summit. And that's for avalanche control. Your next update at eight eighteen on the traffic leader, Casey. Yes. All right, Joe and the weather forecasts as you probably know we've got rain falling intimately heavy at times overnight into tomorrow. Wendy could get very windy. We do have a high wind advisory. It's in effect until ten o'clock tonight. They're expecting gusts up to. Sixty miles an hour at some of the higher peaks, traffic and weather together on the eighth and all news one six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time now is eight oh nine the president of the Berkeley unified school district board and her longtime wife had been critically injured KCBS as Peter Finch reports they were hit by a car while walking across a busy intersection in Berkeley, Judy appel and her wife Alison Bernstein were crossing Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley, a little after midnight Saturday morning when it happened and eighty one year old man struck the couple with this car critically, injuring both women the man remained at the scene and cooperated with responding officers. Judy appel is a longtime member of the Berkeley school board. She had run for state assembly in June finishing fourth in the race for the district fifteen seat. She has served as executive. Director of a group that offers support to LGBT families and was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights. Her wife Alison Bernstein is a lawyer with the state public defender's office. She's also been a lecture at the Berkeley law school and has served on the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS Democrats are now in control of the house of representatives as President Trump's impeachment has become a real possibility KCBS as Rebecca corral spoke with a respected political historian who at one of his who was one of the first to predict Mr. Trump would be elected president back. When nearly no one was predicting Donald Trump would win the Oval Office political historian and American University, professor Allan Lichtman was saying he most certainly would become president after Littman has in fact, successfully predicted every president since Ronald Reagan and before Trump even took office Lichtman concluded he would be. During his term based on nearly a dozen grounds. His flouting the law is problems with women's Russia connection. Now more than two years later. Dr Lichtman says the case for impeachment is even stronger, he calls Trump an unindicted co conspirator in too serious felonies for violating campaign finance laws technical violations, these violations that involve undermining the democratic process and cheating. The American people exactly the kinds of corruption that the framers had in mind when they put it in the impeachment. He thinks the house needs to gather more information before moving forward eight to ten investigations that are going on. That's just a special counsel for the southern district of New York. Let's not forget New York state itself. Donald Trump has absolutely no control. President Trump has heard the rumblings his response last Friday was that he cannot be impeached, Rebecca, corral, KCBS KCBS news time is eight twelve we've got sports with Joe Hughes coming up to protect his.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS kissy, Bs news time six ten. Well, she's the most powerful woman in American history, but she has her work cut out for her San Francisco congresswoman, and again speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi being interviewed for the first time since taking the gavel KCBS Scotla teary says. Again, she had harsh words for the president hearing on CBS his face the nation. Pelosi metaphorically threw down the gauntlet saying, she does not think President Trump is a serious negotiator speaker has awesome powers. But if the president of the United States is against governance and doesn't care whether people's needs are met, or that public employees are paid or that we can have a legitimate discussion. Then we have a problem, and that we have to take it to the American people the fight to reopen. The government is we are in our third week of a partial government shutdown. She refuses to budge on the president's demand for five point six billion dollars for a border wall. He promised Mexico would pay for she also talked about being public enemy number one to the Republicans. You go into your Raina, and you understand that you will be a target. And that isn't anything that that you keep you out of the arena got what theory KCBS the president of the Berkeley school board and her why for listed in critical condition in the hospital following. A weekend. Accident KCBS CBS's Peter Finch reports the couple was hit by a car while they were walking across a busy intersection. The crash happened early Saturday morning about a block from the couple's home. Investigators say school board president Judy appel. And attorney Alison Bernstein were walking across Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley. When a man driving north crashed into them police say the eighty one year old driver remained at the scene and did cooperate with the police officers who responded to the crash there is a crosswalk at the intersection. But no, stop sign or traffic lights. It's not clear exactly where appel Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a long time school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the assembly district fifteen seat. She was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights and served as. Executive director of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been a lecturer at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS a sophomore on the UC Berkeley football team has died. Six days after suffering a medical emergency near his southern California. Home nineteen year old Brice Turner was a defensive back for Cal. He had been hospitalized near his bellflower home in Los Angeles County since December thirtieth when he suffered a medical problem during a workout the cause of his death is not being disclosed Turner spent the two thousand sixteen season at Long Beach City College before transferring to Cal KCBS news time six twelve sports with Joe coming up next space, some regions are vast.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the weather forecast. Windy, rainy conditions throughout the day today and tomorrow, high temperatures mostly in the mid to upper fifty s tonight, the temperatures will drop into the forties. And it looks like a chance of heavy showers past midnight. We do have a wind advisory in effect currently, and that's running until ten o'clock tonight. That's because depending on where you are around the bay wind gusts could reach up to sixty miles per hour and the highest peaks and ridges traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time three ten. The president of the Berkeley unified school district board and her longtime wife have been critically injured KCBS Peter Finch reports they were hit by a car while walking across a busy intersection in Berkeley, Judy appel. And her wife Alison Bernstein were crossing Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley, a little after midnight. Saturday morning when it happened and eighty one year old man struck the couple with his car critically, injuring both women the man remained at the scene and cooperated with responding officers. Judy appel is a longtime member of the Berkeley school board. She had run for state assembly in June finishing fourth in the race for the district fifteen seat. She has served as executive director of a group that offers support LGBT families and was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights or wife. Alison Bernstein is a lawyer with the state public defender's office. She's also been a lecture at the Berkeley law school and has served on the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS San Francisco congresswoman, and now again, the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi has had some harsh words for the president in her first major interview since retaking the speakers. Gavel KCBS Scotla Terry has the details on CBS his face the nation. Pelosi said that President Trump is against governance doesn't care if people's needs are met or public employees are paid. And that she doesn't believe he is negotiating in good faith. So she's taking her. She says against President Trump and his policies to the people are purpose in the meeting at the White House was to open up government impression you get from the president that he would like to not only closed government build a wall, but also abolish congress. So the only voice that mattered was his own. You also talked about how she has been demonized by Republicans across the country with your effective your target. There's just no question. So they have to undermine. But that doesn't bother me. That's their problem below sea. Standing firm on not bowing to the president's demands for five point six billion dollars to build a border wall. He said Mexico would pay for is the government shutdown drags on into its third week Scotla teary KCBS. Hey, I'm Andrew Krasny. From the Harry about open. Every spring. The Indian Wells tennis garden just outside of Palm Springs.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock. All news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It is Sunday afternoon. January six coming up on KCBS Rebecca chorale, the drumbeats are louder over the possibility of impeachment for President Trump and a new historically diverse. Congress has been sworn in good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Hodges. CBS news is coming up next. KCBS news time to thirty one CBS news update. President Trump now acknowledges the talks led by his vice president won't break an impasse over funding for his border wall. He says he Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer could work something out. But only if the Democrats give in Washington Post correspondent, Dan balls, tell CBS's face the nation. This is tricky political stuff. There is certainly a lot of politics in this because we know that for for President Trump the wall has been central to his political message. And I know they're Democrats who believe that he. He will never make a deal because he wants the issue more than he wants the wall. If you will. And so that's part of the hump that you have to get over in these negotiations. The partial government shutdowns entering its third week with hundreds of thousands of people affected. The house speaker Pelosi says she intends to begin passing individual bills to reopen agencies in the coming days starting with the treasury department to ensure people received their tax refunds that effort is designed to squeeze Senate Republicans CBS news update, I'm Sam Litzinger. KCBS news time to thirty two is our Newswatch continues the president of the Berkeley school board and her why for listed in critical condition in the hospital following a weekend. Accident KCBS as Peter Finch reports they were hit by a car while walking across a busy intersection. The crash happened early Saturday morning about a block from the couple's home. Investigators say school board president Judy appel. And attorney Alison Bernstein were. Or walking across Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley. When a man driving north crashed into them police say the eighty one year old driver remained at the scene and did cooperate with the police officers who responded to the crash there is a crosswalk at the intersection. But no, stop sign or traffic lights. It's not clear exactly where appel and Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a long time school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the district fifteen seat. She was the co founding board member of the elevator center for human rights and served as executive director of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been a lecturer at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch, Casey. CBS the new congress is now getting to work in Washington DC, and that's increasing the possibility President Trump may be impeached. KCBS is Rebecca corral spoke to a historian who has successfully predicted the result of every presidential election for the past thirty years early in the last presidential campaign political historian and American University, professor Allan Lichtman was one of the first to predict Donald Trump would become president in September of two thousand sixteen when I predicted Trump's victory. I also said he was going to be impeached, then professor Lichtman listed potential grounds. For impeachment more than two years later the case for impeachment strong this evening. I talked about has come to pass look just based on what is publicly known. Donald Trump is in effect and unindicted co conspirator into serious felonies for violating the campaign finance laws technical violation rather as. Lichtman explains violations involving undermining the democratic process and cheating. The American people exactly the kinds of corruption that the framers had in mind when they put in the impeachment to get New York state itself. Donald Trump has absolutely no control. I think they're going to be some devastating findings about financial corruption and conspiracy with Russia. His part President Trump last Friday tweeted, quote, you can't impeach somebody. That's doing a great job Rebecca chorale KCBS a trash collection device intended to corral, plastic litter floating in the Pacific Ocean will be hauled back to dry land for repairs. The two thousand foot long floating boom will be towed. Eight hundred miles to Hawaii. And if it can't be repaired there. It will be loaded onto a barge, and then return to the ocean cleanup projects home port and Alameda. The boom broke apart under constant wind and waves boy slide a twenty four year old Dutch inventor who created it says he and -ticipant that it would need frequent updating. He says at some point of the boom was moving slower than the plastic which was allowing the trash too. Float away. KCBS news time coming up on two thirty six..

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time ten oh nine the president of the Berkeley school board and her wife are listed in critical condition after being hit by a car KCBS. Peter Finch reports the accident happened while the two were walking across a busy intersection. The crash happened early Saturday morning about a block from the couple's home. Investigators say school board president Judy appel. And attorney Alison Bernstein were walking across. Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley. When a man driving north crashed into them police say the eighty one year old driver remained at the scene and did cooperate with the police officers who responded to the crash there is a crosswalk at the intersection. But no, stop sign or traffic lights. It's not clear exactly where appel and Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a long time school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the assembly district fifteen seat. She was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights and served as executive director of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been a lecturer at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS. A new era in California. Politics begins tomorrow, former San Francisco, mayor state, Lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom will be sworn in as the state's fortieth governor KCBS's, Jennifer Hodges reports there's a lot of talk about how things may change in the governor's office. Jerry Brown is going to be a tough act to follow the political analyst, Leo macelroy says the two men actually do have a few things in common. Jerry Brown is a different guy this time that he was the first time around, and I think the move to Gavin Newsom is gonna feel a lot like the first incarnation of Jerry Brown. Governor Newsom does have an ambitious agenda attempting to expand health care and access to education macelroy says newsome's already proven he is his own man. There's certainly been cases where the Lieutenant governor asked to comment on policies or programs that the governor is pushing has been less than UCS sick about. The news has until January ten to present his new state budget. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS KCBS.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"International airport delays as long as five hours on some flights and case, it'd be Jeffrey Schaub is going to be reporting from SFO. Later this morning. A sophomore on the Cal football team has died. Six days after he suffered a medical emergency near his southern California. Home nineteen year old Brice Turner was a defensive back at UC Berkeley, he'd been hospitalized near his bellflower home it since December thirtieth when he suffered a medical problem during a workout cause of death has not been released Turner spent the two thousand sixteen season at Long Beach City College before enrolling at Cal. He played one season or one game rather with the golden bears this season, the president of the Berkeley unified school district board and her longtime wife have been critically injured KCBS as Peter Finch reports they were hit by a car while walking across a busy intersection in Berkeley, Judy appel and her wife Alison Bernstein were crossing Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley, a little after midnight Saturday morning when it happened and eighty one year old man struck the couple with his car critically, injuring both women the man remained at the scene and cooperated with. Responding officers. Judy appel is a longtime member of the Berkeley school board. He had run for state assembly in June finishing fourth in the race for the district fifteen seat. She has served as executive director of a group that offers support to LGBT families and was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights. Her wife Alison Bernstein is a lawyer with the state public defender's office. She's also been a lecture at the Berkeley law school and has served on the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS we are at the midpoint of California's flu season and state health officials say that forty two people in California already have died of influenza older, people are more likely to develop serious complications such as pneumonia. After catching the flue and half the deaths in California this season are among people over sixty five the death tally began in October the official start of the flu season the season runs through. May typically reaches its peak in February just ahead on KCBS. Jennifer Hodges governor Brown on his way out as Lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom gets ready to take over the governor's office this week. KCBS news time nine oh. Eight helping you get around on a wet windy morning. We've got Ted Ramey on the traffic lodge. Yes, we do. And the traffic that I'm paying too right off the bat paying attention to right off the bat here is it.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was a blustery and wet day at ocean beach where volunteers and local congressional representatives. Jared Huffman, and Jackie speier gathered to pick up trash, this is basically citizens standing up and saying if you guys can't do it yourselves because of the shutdown. We will definitely help clean up the parks that Sally Stevens with the San Francisco dog owners group. She and other local volunteers are working to keep the federal lands clean on top of that. Rachel, Gordon with San Francisco public works says employee's there have added cleanup tasks at the parks to their regular routes. We're going to do what we can. We do have other challenges in San Francisco to keep the streets clean. But we have no plans at this point to stop hoping on these parklands will the shutdown continues. But San Rafael congressman Huffman says they shouldn't have to do that in the first place. It shouldn't be city workers. It shouldn't be community members. Who just can't stand the denigration of their national park. It should be folks who are paid to do this work and ready to do this work, and we should open the government. So. They can do it Huffman spear plan to bring the cans of trash they collected to the White House. I'm Michelle Wiley Qaeda news Berkeley school board, president Judy appel. And her wife were struck by a car in the early hours of Saturday morning. They were crossing Martin Luther King junior way near their home in south Berkeley. When an eighty one year old driver struck them, the driver stopped at the scene and cooperated with police appel ran unsuccessfully for the state's fifteenth assembly district seat last year. Her wife Alison Bernstein is an attorney with the state's public defender's office. Both are in critical critical condition at a local hospital..

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is Jeffrey Schaub, we'll have live reports from SFO the president of the Berkeley school board and your wife are listed in critical condition after being hit. By car this weekend. KCBS Peter Finch reports the accident happened while the two were walking across a busy intersection. The crash happened early Saturday morning about a block from the couple's home. Investigators say school board president Judy appel. And attorney Alison Bernstein were walking across Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley. When a man driving north crashed into them police say the eighty one year old driver remained at the scene and did cooperate with the police officers who responded to the crash there is a crosswalk at the intersection. But no, stop sign or traffic lights. It's not clear exactly where appel Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a longtime school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the assembly district fifteen seat. She was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights and served as executive director. Actor of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been a lecturer at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS news a sophomore on the Cal football team has died. Six days after suffering a medical emergency near his southern California. Home nineteen year old Brice Turner was a defensive back for the golden bears. He had been hospitalized near his bellflower home in Los Angeles County since December thirtieth when he suffered a medical problem during a workout the cause of death is not being released. Just yet Turner spent the two thousand sixteen season at Long Beach City College before transferring to UC Berkeley, he played just one game for the golden bears this season just ahead on KCBS tenant governor Gavin Newsom is poised to become governor of the state. KCBS news time traffic time eight oh, eight Santana Ramey. It's more or less the calm before the storm the traffic challenge. I guess is going to pick up later in the day. The it is the calm before the storm. Indeed. But the storm is already impacting just.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Wife listed in critical condition. This morning after being hit by a car KCBS as Peter Finch reports the accident occurred while the two were walking across a busy intersection. The crash happened early Saturday morning about a block from the couple's home. Investigators say school board president Judy appel. And attorney Alison Bernstein were walking across Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley. When a man driving north crashed into them police say the eighty one year old driver remained at the scene and did cooperate with the police officers who responded to the crash there is a crosswalk at the intersection. But no, stop sign or traffic lights. It's not clear exactly where appel Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a time school. Board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the assembly district fifteen seat. She was the co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights and served as executive director of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been a lecturer at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS news, a sophomore on the UC Berkeley football team has died. Six days after suffering a medical emergency near his southern California. Home nineteen year old at Brice Turner was a defensive back for cow he'd been hospitalized. And here's bellflower home in LA county since December thirtieth after suffering a medical problem during a workout the cause of death. Not being disclosed Turner spent the two thousand sixteen season at Long Beach City College before transferring to cow and he played just one game for the golden. And bears this season a new era in California politics begins tomorrow, former San Francisco mayor and state with Tennessee governor Gavin Newsom will be sworn into the office of governor of California, the state's fortieth governor KCBS's Jennifer Hodges report to replace a former Oakland mayor there's a lot of talk about how things may change in the governor's office. Jerry Brown is gonna be a tough act to follow the political analyst, Leo macelroy says the two men actually do have a few things in common. Jerry Brown is a different guy this time than he was the first time around, and I think the move to Gavin Newsom is gonna feel a lot like the first incarnation of Jerry Brown was governor Newsom does have an ambitious agenda attempting to expand health care and access to education macelroy says new already proven he is his own man. There's certainly been cases where the Lieutenant governor asked to comment on policies or. Programs that the governors pushing has been less than in at about Newson has until January tenth to present his new state budget. Jennifer Hodges KCBS address ahead on KCBS literally the calm before the storm. We'll hear from the national weather service about what to expect later today and the next few days.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The investigation is ongoing. But it turns out an officer involved shooting Saturday in the city of Santa Clara may have started with a disgruntled employee at a gas station. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges has the story. Santa Clara police say the fifty five year old suspect worked at a rotten Robbie and Cupertino. He started a fire inside a cashier's kiosk at that. That location in Cupertino before pulling out a gun at the rotten in Santa Clara a short time later before six o'clock Saturday morning. It is absolutely a blessing that we do not have any civilian casualties or any officers injured. Captain Wahid Kazan was Santa Clara PD says numerous shots were fired. There is more than one employee working at the time as well. As more than one customer inside the store at the time. The man was shot and killed by police inside the store. No other injuries reported the manner in which this person was indiscriminately firing. Multiple weapons that he had with them in the parking lot at passing vehicles as well as civilians in the parking lot. And then later inside the store is reckless to say, the least at Santa Clara police headquarters. Jennifer Hodges KCBS, the president of the Berkeley unified school district and her wife are in critical condition after being struck by a car near their home in south Berkeley, the Berkeley unified school district confirmed school board president Judy appel. And her wife Alison Bernstein were badly injured after midnight early Saturday morning when they were hit by a car as they crossed Martin Luther King junior way near the corner of Stuart street and south.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Colleagues sing leaves behind his wife and five month old son. His parents and brother and a large extended family in Modesto genuine KCBS in the south bay a man shot and killed by a Santa Clara police officers Saturday was a fifty five year old employee of rotten Robbie the same gas station, although a different location where he opened fire. We get the story from KCBS says Jennifer Hodges lease are still trying to determine a motive for the shooting. They say the suspect worked at a rotten Robbie is in Cupertino. He manned a kiosk where people would pay for gas. He set fire inside that before leaving that business and at some point after that drove to our location, captain Wahid Kazan with Santa Clara police says the suspect then drove to the rotten Robbie is on Lafayette street and pulled out a. Gun firing multiple shots. Inside the convenience store and outside at passing cars, multiple nine one one calls came in and police opened fire shortly after arriving the actions of these officers the quickness with which we arrived at the scene and their immediate response based off of the training that they received really did save lives. I know that's something that maybe could be said in a lotta situations. But in this situation it absolutely did. Because this was every much so an active shooter type situation. No additional injuries reported in Santa Clara, Jennifer, Hodges KCBS, the president of the Berkeley unified school district and her wife are in critical condition after being hit by a car near their home. In south Berkeley. The Berkeley unified school district says school board president Judy appel. And her wife Alison Bernstein were badly injured after. This was early Saturday morning. A little after midnight. They were hit by vehicle as they crossed Martin Luther King junior way near the corner of Stuart street in south Berkeley..

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Officers from all over California came Mike hundreds to this outside and address uniform from the. San Jose police department watching but not joining the long procession of police vehicles was Jerry moss from the communications division. Am happy to represent communications and the dispatchers who are behind the scenes they hear the voices on the radio, this impacts us in communications as deeply as does anyone in law enforcement community. The procession was mostly silent except for the barking of canine officers, many of those units turned out as sing had a canine partner. Sam who's been a big part of the ceremonies in his honor in Modesto lane KCBS the investigation continues. But it looks like an officer involved shooting Saturday in the city of Santa Clara may have started with a disgruntled employee of a gas station. KCBS Jennifer Hodges reports Santa Clara police say the fifty five year old suspect worked at a rotten Robbie and Cupertino. He started a fire inside a cashier's kiosk. At that location in Cupertino before pulling out a gun at the rotten Robbie's in Santa Clara a short time later before six o'clock Saturday morning. It is absolutely a blessing that we do not have any civilian casualties or any officers injured. Captain Wahid Kazan was Santa Clara PD says numerous shots were fired. There was more than one employee working at the time as well. As more than one customer inside the store at the time of the man was shot and killed by police inside the store. No other injuries reported the manner in which this person was indiscriminately firing multiple weapons that he had with him in the parking lot at passing vehicles as well as civilians in the parking lot. And then later inside the store is reckless to save the least at Santa Clara police headquarters. Jennifer Hodges KCBS, the president of the Berkeley unified school district. And her wife are in critical condition after being struck by a car near their home in south Berkeley. The Berkeley unified school district says school board president Judy appel. And her wife Alison Bernstein were badly injured after midnight early Saturday morning when they were hit by a car as they crossed Martin Luther King junior way near the corner of Stuart street in south Berkeley, the driver of the car and eighty one year old Berkeley residents stopped at the scene and did cooperate with police just ahead on KCBS. Gold's me on. Why we still have work to do when it comes to equality in congress. We are nowhere near political parody in this country. There's a lot you need to know about regarding the roads right now. Fortunately, we have Frank Munich here to fill us in. Now, there definitely is a lot going on. We have some good news. See HP has just now told us that they have reopened all.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Colleagues sing leaves behind his wife and five month old son. His parents and brother and a large extended family in Modesto genuine KCBS a man shot and killed by a Santa Clara police officer today was a fifty five year old employee of rotten Robbie that same gas station, although at a different location where he opened fire KCBS, Jennifer Hodges reports police are still trying to determine a motive for the shooting. They say the suspect worked at a rotten Robbie's and Cupertino he MandA kiosk where people would pay for gas. He set fire inside that before leaving that business and at some point after that drove to our location, captain Wahid Kazam with Santa Clara police says the suspect then drove to the rotten Robbie is on Lafayette street and pulled out a gun firing multiple shots inside the convey. Lenient store and outside at passing cars, multiple nine one one calls came in and police opened fire shortly after arriving the actions of these officers the quickness with which we arrived at the scene and their immediate response based off of the training. They received really did save lives. I know that's something that maybe could be said in a lotta situations. But in this situation it absolutely did. Because this was every much so an active shooter type situation. No additional injuries reported in Santa Clara, Jennifer, Hodges KCBS, the president of the Berkeley unified school district and her wife are in the hospital in critical condition after being struck by a car near their home in south Berkeley. The Berkeley unified school district says school board president Judy appel. And her wife Alison Bernstein were badly injured after midnight early this morning when they were hit by cars. They crossed mart. Martin Luther King junior way near the corner of Stuart street in south Berkeley. The driver of the car and eighty one year old Berkeley residents stopped at the scene and cooperated with police. Just ahead on KCBS slowing economy would make it very tough for San Francisco's restaurant industry. This year at an all time high many restaurants are seeing an increase in rent. Let's check your Saturday night drive. We welcome in Frank Munich way could be a lot of people just out and about on a Saturday night or the slick roadways, but we have lots of problems out there. Let's begin with the newest of those major problems, and that would be the cordelia junction eastbound.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Investigation is ongoing with a turns out an officer involved shooting today in the city of Santa Clara may have started with a disgruntled employees of the gas station. KCBS Jennifer Hodges has more Santa Clara police say the fifty five year old suspect worked at a rotten Robbie in Cupertino. He started a fire inside a cashier's kiosk at that location in Cupertino before pulling out a gun at the rotten Robbie's in Santa Clara a short time later before six o'clock Saturday morning. It is absolutely a. A blessing that we do not have any civilian casualties or any officers injured. Captain Wahid Kazan was Santa Clara PD says numerous shots were fired. There was more than one employee working at the time as well. As more than one customer inside the store at the time. The man was shot and killed by police inside the store. No other injuries reported the manner in which this person was indiscriminately firing multiple weapons that he had with them in the parking lot at passing vehicles as well as civilians in the parking lot. And then later inside the store is reckless to save the least at Santa Clara police headquarters. Jennifer Hodges KCBS, the president of the Berkeley unified school district and her wife have been critically injured after being struck by a car near their home in south Berkeley, the district identified president Judy appel and her wife Alison Bernstein as the two, but. Austrian struck after midnight on Martin Luther King way near the corner of Stuart street..

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"judy appel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Violent and eighteenth lava fisher burst open from hawaii's kellaway volcano on the big island this morning hawaii public pool county police went door to door in the threatened area waking up residents and telling them to evacuate jackie young from hawaii public radio reports ariel observations of the new fisher indicate it has several hundred yards long spitting lava high into the air and with a slow moving lava flow major highways in the affected area were briefly shut down then reopened but with restrictions cracks are worsening along highway one thirty two and are steaming officials are concerned this could develop into the site of another fisher authorities closed all parks in the vicinity of the volcano all nearby hotels and vacation rentals rasta shut down immediately officials continue to urge to thousands of residents who live in high risk areas along the volcano slope to be prepared to evacuate on short notice for npr news i'm jackie young in honolulu and you're listening to npr news from washington from k q news i'm jeremy siegel ten democratic candidates in the east bays fifteenth assembly district race are splitting the vote and the support of organized labor cake you idiot guy marzorati reports last weekend a handful of nurses dressed in red shirts gathered in a parking lot in panel there were knocking on doors for a fellow nurse rochelle party okimoto who's running for assembly like four people in this one house so whoever answers the door a dozen miles south teacher unions were flexing their political muscle a group of teachers were canvas berkeley for their candidate judy appel labor groups provide a huge boost in these small races if a candidate gets an endorsement a grassroots campaign often comes with it cloudy a briggs is with the california teachers association she says teachers are talking to each other and getting each other out to vote getting each other excited about judy and then there's the money appel jovanka beccles who's backed by the service employees international union county organized labor groups among their top campaign donors the california nurses association has gone even further for party okimoto they created an independent committee with no spending limits on her behalf and have bought mailers and even a billboard on i eighty to back her campaign this is a priority for us and.

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"judy appel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"judy appel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A paper ballot with eight names on it those names include vladimir putin who seeking a fourth term that would leave him in power until twenty twenty four the main point of suspense how many russians will turn out a lot of voters say they're bored after eighteen years of putin others are choosing to skip what one voter called assure aid mary louise kelley npr news moscow representatives from the us north korea and south korea are meeting in finland the bbc's laura becker reports they're expected to prepare for a possible meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un the meeting will include a senior north korean diplomat who's responsible for north american affairs we can ill was spotted at beijing international airport boarding a flight for finland the south korean government would only confirm it was sending a delegation and that the meeting would involve a north korean official and former us officials and experts it comes nine days after president trump agreed to meet kim jong although north korea has so far failed comment on the potential summit the bbc's lar becker meanwhile a summit of southeast asian leaders today called on pyongyang to halt its nuclear missile activities this is npr and from k weedy news i'm tiffany cam high we've been keeping an eye on the hotly contested fifteenth district state assembly race in the east bay on this week's candidate profile cake guy marzorati talks with berkeley school board member judy appel you don't have to talk with julia appel for long to figure out what issue she's emphasizing in this crowded field of candidates i'm just deeply immersed in educational policy and in education which is really my sweet spot and this election my number one priority is education so my first piece of legislation will be around education the.

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NKorean diplomat heads to Finland for talks with US, SKorea

01:50 min | 3 years ago

NKorean diplomat heads to Finland for talks with US, SKorea

"A paper ballot with eight names on it those names include vladimir putin who seeking a fourth term that would leave him in power until twenty twenty four the main point of suspense how many russians will turn out a lot of voters say they're bored after eighteen years of putin others are choosing to skip what one voter called assure aid mary louise kelley npr news moscow representatives from the us north korea and south korea are meeting in finland the bbc's laura becker reports they're expected to prepare for a possible meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un the meeting will include a senior north korean diplomat who's responsible for north american affairs we can ill was spotted at beijing international airport boarding a flight for finland the south korean government would only confirm it was sending a delegation and that the meeting would involve a north korean official and former us officials and experts it comes nine days after president trump agreed to meet kim jong although north korea has so far failed comment on the potential summit the bbc's lar becker meanwhile a summit of southeast asian leaders today called on pyongyang to halt its nuclear missile activities this is npr and from k weedy news i'm tiffany cam high we've been keeping an eye on the hotly contested fifteenth district state assembly race in the east bay on this week's candidate profile cake guy marzorati talks with berkeley school board member judy appel you don't have to talk with julia appel for long to figure out what issue she's emphasizing in this crowded field of candidates i'm just deeply immersed in educational policy and in education which is really my sweet spot and this election my number one priority is education so my first piece of legislation will be around education the.

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