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"julie su" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"julie su" Discussed on KCRW

"Britain Hey! Oh, hey, Hello. Hey. Spears once again addressed the court Wednesday, calling the legal arrangement cruelty. She used a certain word, beginning with the letter F to emphasize her point. The singer has been represented by a court appointed attorney throughout the legal action that has controlled her life since 2000 and eight remarks in June led to the resignation of her previous of her previous court appointed lawyer and the withdrawal of an estate management company that was supposed to oversee her finances. The singer also said she would like to bring formal charges against her father Jamie over his role in the conservatorship. And finally, Julie Su, California's labor secretary, has been officially confirmed as deputy secretary of the U. S. Department of Labor as case at least Darryl Saxman reports. The confirmation by a 52 47 vote in the Senate came after five months of contentious deliberation. Sue has been sharply criticized for the state's handling of unemployment claims by the Employment Development Department. Just before she was nominated. Sue and the PDD confirmed that California had already been built out of a staggering $11 billion in fraudulent unemployment claims. And the state is currently reviewing more claims that could be worth $30 billion. Republican lawmakers focused on these losses during sues review process and not one Republican senator voted for her confirmation. But solid democratic support pushed her over the top. In a congratulatory statement, Governor Newsom said Sue fought for workers' rights in California for nearly three decades. KCRW's Darryl Saxman reporting. Support for NPR comes from Atlassian makers of teamwork software like Gee Europe, Confluence and tremolo committed to moving work forward for millions of people, thousands of teams and hundreds of the Fortune, 500 at last season.

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Bay Area. Governor Gavin Newsom announced the findings during his covert 19 update. Today We have the first reported cases of South African variants. Two cases have been reported to Stanford one in Alameda County. And one in Santa Clara County. Still, Newsome says, coronavirus numbers are heading in a good direction. For California. The state's positivity rating has dipped to 4.8%. Hospitalizations have declined 34% in the last two weeks. Newsome also says more counties could soon be moving to less restrictive covert rules. Another high ranking California official has been tapped for a powerful job in the Biden administration Cuties Katie Orr reports on today's announcement. The head of California's Labor and Workforce development agency, Julie Su, has been nominated by President Biden to serve as his deputy secretary of labor. The pick was lauded by Democratic leaders in the state. However, Sue might face some hurdles in her Senate confirmation related to California's employment development Department in her role as the state's labor secretary. Sue oversaw E D D as it struggled to issue unemployment checks during the pandemic and made at least $11 billion in fraudulent payments. Sue has served as labor secretary for two years. Her defenders say she inherited an outdated e d d system in Sacramento. I'm Katie or KQED News, and for more local and state news you can head over to kqed dot orig. I'm Tara Siler in Oakland. Support for NPR.

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"julie su" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People. We issued a recommendation to the Federal Aviation Administration that stated turbine powered rotorcraft be equipped with the terrain awareness and warning system, Mamady said. After years of trying to get the FAA to adopt a rule, they finally closed the recommendation. Steve Gregory King if I news Officials say Long Beach is the first big city in the state to start vaccinating teachers. Over the next few days we'll be doing about 2000 key educators at Long Beach identified some of the community college and then also some private schools and Really trumpet and teachers. Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia says the city has already completed most of its emergency essential workers. But he says getting enough vaccine is a big issue and supply continues to decrease, Dr Anthony Fauci says Even with President Biden's plan to increase Covad 19 vaccinations across the country, it's still going to take a while to get make to make vaccines available to everyone likely will be some time. In April. But the fall will be when you get to the point where everyone will have been vaccinated. Bounty says The current goal is to improve the coordination between states and the federal government. Hey says that the vaccines goal is to get out as quickly as possible. California's labor secretary says new reforms are in place which should reduce the amount of fraudulent unemployment claims Garage help clone process of modern efficient and to increase fire detection. This system is now Picture of president claims at defender Julie Su says $11 billion in bogus claims were paid out last year with another 20 billion in claims being investigated, she says the Trump administration is partially to blame for lack of security measures within the system that paid out the money during the pandemic. Vice President Harris has sworn in the new Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, where I will.

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"julie su" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I let's check in with Jennifer Governor Newsome is relaxed the vaccination priority list, Newsome says. The state is simplifying the process for who gets their shot. We believe that the cohorts 65 over needs to be prioritized along side. Healthcare workers, first responders, food and agriculture workers and school staff and teachers. Newsome says the state has tripled the number of vaccinations offered daily over the past two weeks. Newsome also removed the regional stay at home order yesterday, moving the state back into the color coded county tier system. This report is brought to you by Mike Diamond, the smell good plumber say. Labor officials say reforms are in place to help process unemployment claims At a faster rate. A number of changes have been made, including a shift in leadership nuke. Policies and a new outside vendor to vet the security and identity of claims happened. Remember mine to share up by the senses. I'm employment benefits to the art of what's happening in California. Labor Secretary Julie Su says the Trump Administration is partially to blame for the vulnerabilities in the system that allowed $11 billion in bogus claims during the pandemic last year. State officials say another 20 billion in suspicious claims are also being investigated. Steve Gregory King If I knew the restaurant owner in Long Beach could be facing new charges for defying Cove in 19 restrictions, even as outdoor dining is set to reopen, poof. It's gone all the sudden we could operate. Restoration owner Dana Tanner says She wouldn't change anything. Despite 4200 and fine, several criminal charges, and over the weekend, the city should offer gas. I was super grateful for all the support that showed up overwhelmingly grateful who's super emotional? A lot of, you know, can I pray for you? Tanner says she didn't reconnect the gas, but city officials say someone did, and a police report's been filed. I just want to focus on my business versus fighting with my city and fighting with the state and fighting with people. I want to work, that's it. The city prosecutor says Tanner could face more charges. Corbin Carson, Calif. I need Southwest has become the latest company to put restrictions on emotional support animals. Airline says it will only allow train service dogs in the cabin. Passengers who want to bring on other pets will have to pay a fee and keep the animal in a carrier under the seat. The change goes into effect March 1st 16 year old pilot has helped deliver protective equipment to a hospital in need. In West Virginia T. J. Kim made the hour and a half flight over the weekend carrying 14 boxes of equipment out medical workers in a remote area. Kim started pilot lessons when he was 15, and he's planning to join the Navy and the American Film Institute is honored Some 2020 efforts if I announced its selections.

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"julie su" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on AP News

"California Labor Secretary Julie Su says it can't be sugar coated hackers and international gangs gained access to the pandemic Unemployment assistance Program approved by Congress and made off with at least $11.4 billion and perhaps $20 billion. Mork Sue says the state didn't have the needed security levels and the criminals took advantage of the situation. She says Russian and Nigerian online gangs are among the thieves. She also faults it past Trump administration for failing to provide the state with guidance and support needed to foil sophisticated fraud rings. The thieves took advantage of the broad eligibility requirements, which lack the usual identity safeguards to gain access to the funds. Officials note. Such unemployment fraud is wide spread across the US I'm Tim McGuire, California Labor Secretary Julie Su says it can't be sugarcoated hackers and international gangs gained access to the Pandemic Unemployment assistance Program approved by Congress and made off with at least $11.4 billion and perhaps $20 billion. Mork Sue says the state didn't have the needed security levels. And the criminals took advantage of the situation. She says. Russian and Nigerian online gangs are among the thieves. She also faults it past Trump administration for failing to provide the state with guidance and support needed to foil sophisticated fraud rings. The thieves took advantage of the broad eligibility requirements, which lack the usual identity safeguards to gain access to the funds. Officials note. Such unemployment fraud is wide spread across the US I'm Tim McGuire. I Mike Rossi. A reporting A Minnesota case marks the first detection of the Brazil variant of the Corona virus in the U. S. The first case of the Brazilian variant of the Corona virus detected in the United States has been found in Minnesota, state, health officials said Monday. The Brazil P one variant was found in a specimen from a patient who recently returned to Minnesota after traveling to Brazil. The person became ill in the first week of January. Some researchers are concerned that people who have already been infected with covert 19 might be re infected with the resilient variant to other variants of the Corona virus were first reported in the United Kingdom and South Africa. On Monday, President Joe Biden reinstated Cove in 19 travel restrictions on most non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, the UK and South Africa I Mike Rossia. The first case of the Brazilian variant of the Corona virus detected in the United States has been found in Minnesota state. Officials said Monday. The Brazil P one variant was found in a specimen from a patient who recently returned to Minnesota after traveling to Brazil. The person became ill in the first week of January. Some researchers are concerned that people who have already been infected with covert 19 might be re infected with the Brazilian variant to other variants of the Corona virus were first reported in the United Kingdom and South Africa. On Monday, President Joe Biden reinstated Cove in 19 travel restrictions on most non U. S travelers. From Brazil, the UK and South Africa. I might cross CEO. After the impeachment managers walked across the capital to the U. S. Senate. I announced the presence of the managers on the part of the House of Representatives lead House manager Jamie Raskin read aloud the article that accuses Donald Trump of inciting insurrection by whipping up a crowd of supporters January 6th and telling them to fight which led to a deadly breach of the U. S. Capitol injured And killed law enforcement personnel minister members of Congress the vice president and congressional personnel and engaged another violent, deadly destructive and seditious acts. Republicans are already presenting legal arguments against Trump Second impeachment trial. Some warned that it will further divide the country. Jackie Quinn. Washington The impeachment trial against former President Trump will start next month now that the article of impeachment has been formally presented to the U. S. Senate. After the impeachment managers walked across the capital to the U. S. Senate. I announced the presence of the managers on the part of the House of Representatives lead House manager Jamie Raskin read aloud the article that accuses Donald Trump of inciting insurrection by whipping up a crowd of supporters January 6th and telling them to fight which led to a deadly breach of the U. S. Capitol injured And killed law enforcement personnel, menaced members of Congress, the vice president and congressional personnel and engaged another violent, deadly destructive and seditious acts. Republicans are already presenting legal arguments against Trump Second impeachment trial. Some warned that it will further divide the country. Jackie Quinn Washington AP News I'm to McGuire House prosecutors,.

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"julie su" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on AP News

"Mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on IOS and Android. Millions of dollars have been stolen from the California state unemployment system. California Labor Secretary Julie Su says it can't be sugarcoated hackers and international gangs gained access to the pandemic Unemployment assistance Program approved by Congress and made off with at least $11.4 billion and perhaps $20 billion. Mork Sue says the state didn't have the needed security levels and the criminals took advantage of the situation. He says Russian and Nigerian online gangs are among the thieves. She also faults it past Trump administration for failing to provide the state with guidance and support needed to foil sophisticated fraud rings. The thieves took advantage of the broad eligibility requirements, which lack the usual identity safeguards to gain access to the funds. Officials note. Such unemployment fraud is wide spread across the US I'm Tim McGuire, California Labor Secretary Julie Su says it can't be sugar coated hackers and international gangs gained access to the pandemic Unemployment assistance Program approved by Congress and made off with at least $11.4 billion and perhaps $20 billion. Mork Sue says the state didn't have the needed security levels and the criminals took advantage of the situation. She says Russian and Nigerian online gangs are among the thieves. She also faults it past Trump administration for failing to provide the state with guidance and support needed to foil sophisticated fraud rings. The thieves took advantage of the broad eligibility requirements, which lack the usual identity safeguards to gain access to the funds. Officials note. Such unemployment fraud is wide spread across the US I'm Tim McGuire. I Mike Rossi. A reporting A Minnesota case marks the first detection of the Brazil variant of the Corona virus in the U. S. The first case of the Brazilian variant of the Corona virus detected in the United States has been found in Minnesota, state, health officials said Monday. The Brazil P one variant was found in a specimen from a patient who recently returned to Minnesota after traveling to Brazil. The person became ill in the first week of January. Some researchers are concerned that people who have already been infected with covert 19 might be re infected with the resilient variant to other variants of the Corona virus were first reported in the United Kingdom and South Africa. On Monday, President Joe Biden reinstated Cove in 19 travel restrictions on most non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, the UK and South Africa. I, Mike Rossia. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters. Deadly.

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"julie su" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on AP News

"English and Spanish and can be found on Iowa's and android. Millions of dollars have been stolen from the California state unemployment system. California Labor Secretary Julie Su says it can't be sugar coated hackers and international gangs gained access to the pandemic Unemployment assistance Program approved by Congress and made off with at least $11.4 billion and perhaps $20 billion. Mork Sue says the state didn't have the needed security levels and the criminals took advantage of the situation. He says Russian and Nigerian online gangs are among the thieves. She also faults it past Trump administration for failing to provide the state with guidance and support needed to foil sophisticated fraud rings. The thieves took advantage of the broad eligibility requirements, which lack the usual identity safeguards to gain access to the funds. Officials note. Such unemployment fraud is wide spread across the US I'm Tim McGuire, California Labor Secretary Julie Su says it can't be sugar coated hackers and international gangs gained access to the pandemic Unemployment assistance Program approved by Congress and made off with at least $11.4 billion and perhaps $20 billion. Mork Sue says the state didn't have the needed security levels. And the criminals took advantage of the situation. She says. Russian and Nigerian online gangs are among the thieves. She also faults it past Trump administration for failing to provide the state with guidance and support needed to foil sophisticated fraud rings. The thieves took advantage of the broad eligibility requirements, which lack the usual identity safeguards to gain access to the funds. Officials don't such unemployment fraud is wide spread across the US I'm Tim McGuire. I might Grassi a reporting A Minnesota case marks the first detection of the Brazil variant of the Corona virus in the U. S. The first case of the Brazilian variant of the Corona virus detected in the United States has been found in Minnesota, state, health officials said Monday. The Brazil P one variant was found in a specimen from a patient who recently returned to Minnesota after traveling to Brazil. The person became ill in the first week of January. Some researchers are concerned that people who have already been infected with covert 19 might be re infected with the resilient variant to other variants of the Corona virus were first reported in the United Kingdom and South Africa. On Monday, President Joe Biden reinstated Cove in 19 travel restrictions on most non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, the UK and South Africa. I might cross CEO. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough Coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters. Deadly force.

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California paid out $11 billion in fraudulent jobless claims in 2020, officials say

Phil's Gang

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

California paid out $11 billion in fraudulent jobless claims in 2020, officials say

"California officials say hackers, identity thieves and overseas criminal rings stolen estimated $11.4 billion in unemployment benefits from California last year. But the extent of the fraud Micro far larger billions more in jobless payments are under investigation. California Labor Secretary Julie Su says of the $114 billion about 10% has been confirmed as

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"julie su" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cash Credit Call System papers today it 877 heb 002. California officials say hackers, identity thieves and overseas criminal gangs stolen estimated $11 billion in unemployment benefits from the state last year, but the extent of the fraud might be much larger, Billions Maurin jobless payments are under investigation. California Labor Secretary Julie Su says that of the $114 billion of the state has paid out in unemployment claims. During that time about 10% has been confirmed as fraudulent. Nearly $20 billion. Maura's considered suspicious the state of California abruptly lifted it. Stay at home order this morning this afternoon, Governor Newsome had an explanation. You are in a position, projecting four weeks forward with a significant decline in the case rights positivity rates we are anticipating declined. Still more decline in hospitalizations and more declines in ICUs, and that's why we're lifting that stay at home Order move was a surprise for many considering just how dire the pandemic situation in California has been recently. Safeway store in Berkeley has lost its liquor license for 45 days for allegedly selling booze to minors. State regulators say the illegal sales happen three times within a two week period. In addition to the license suspension, the store and shattered place will be on probation for one year. One of the most beloved movie characters may be coming to a streaming channel near you. Another media company is considering a streaming channel spin off from a major movie franchise following up on the huge success of Star Wars. The man DeLorean The Hollywood reporter claims that Warner Media is in talks to bring a new live action. Harry Potter, Syria's to HBO, Max. No comment Yet from HBO, Max and a deal would need to overcome some issues. Harry Potter creator J. K. Rowling, who has had some controversy lately, still controls the franchise and NBC Universal currently has exclusive Potter distribution rights. But there is no doubt ah, Harry Potter serious would conjure a magically huge audience..

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The one big red flag that would definitely come up in any confirmation hearings is e D. D. She oversees California's Employment Development Department, which has been Absolute disaster this year. Obviously dealing with unprecedented levels of claims on Dworkin with old technology, But we've seen a combination of incredible delays mixed with fraud. I mean claims going to people in state prison. On DSA. I think that would definitely come up if Julie Su is tapped by the Biden administration on Do we saw just this week, a zoo You alluded to the governor named a new head of the Employment Development department, read a science who has a lot of work ahead of her. Just listen to that on before before we go to break. I couldn't. We just want to touch on some of the highlights we might be seeing in the Biden administration the role in 2021 that California might be playing. Both in the administration and in Washington. We've seen some appointments Harvey Oberst era tol lead HHS in the Biden administration. But how much you see Marissa Californians writ large playing a big role up? I think also in Congress assess how this bite administration rolls out. Yeah, it's so interesting because, you know, you see all these people being kind of recruited from California even as Newsome is under fire, Even as you know, Republicans continually use California as like. You know the cause of all of life's problems, you know, I mean, I think you have this interesting narrative, but, you know, I do think that Sarah should he get confirmed is going to bring a really interesting lens. There, he invited, have already been talking about this idea of equity in health care and and looking at things through the lens of What, even before Cove in 19 has been a deeply unfair and inequitable system towards particularly black Americans, But people of color more generally, and I, so I think that that kind of framing and again coming from a man who was raised by immigrants who has just a different life experience than what we've seen often at the head of these agencies. Is gonna be really powerful on go. I think that you know if he can get through that gauntlet in the Senate, it'll be really uninterested Ng. Kind of direction for them to be taking and you know, I think, especially given The fact that I think Obama had to really under play some of the racial issues or felt that he had for political reasons that you're seeing Biden really come out and put that front and center and arguably, maybe he has more leeway to do that as a weight man who's sort of a centrist, right? So, Yeah, so I'll definitely watching the Sarah and then of course, briefly. Before we go, we can't Not touch on Nancy Pelosi, San Francisco's own representative in Congress, of course, running for speaker again on Sunday, when the new Congress gets sworn in, she's got Very tight Margin Tow walk, which has been made Even tighter by a couple of things that have happened lately. I guess that this probably won't make a difference. But I think it's worth mentioning that a newly elected member of Congress from Louisiana actually died of cover 19 only 41 years old this week, and to me that speaks to you know she's got the political considerations to be making. But there's also still a pandemic going on and just the logistics of trying to run a 435 member body. And all their staff during this time, I think my bet you guys can chime in otherwise is that she will get those votes. She knows how to count votes very well. But I think that there's a lot of challenges ahead. Yeah, And I would say to somebody kun on you mentioned just a close margins in the house any big, You know, legislation that the bite administration is gonna be putting forward Is gonna have to work with those really close margins. And so many of the Californians who won especially Republicans, who flipped those seats this year are going to be part of those really swing votes on a lot of key issues, which will all play in 2 2022. We're gonna take a quick break when we come back. We're gonna go into some of the policy issues keep policy issues that the three of us will be keeping an eye on in the new year. You're listening to political breakdown from KQED..

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And now it's looking like, especially if Shirley Weber chooses to run again. She won't run for that seat. So you know is that an option and I think in it just took something that maybe could have been like a political gift. And I think even I've heard you say this guy turn it into kind of like a political head. Right? Turn it It was like the golden opportunity. Thies. Three appointments have now become this huge headache. On the other hand, let me just play devil's advocate here. I agree with you, and I think it did cause some consternation within like the political class and folks like us that watch it. But at the end of the day, Newsome came out and appointed the first Latino toe ever represent California in the U. S Senate. Alex Padilla, a man who's on Lee, really on the Democratic side, Republicans of the problems with him, but they were gonna have a problem with anybody. But you know, the only real I think criticism you hear is this identity question of Should he replace Kamila Harris with a black woman, and I think it's a valid one. I've been talking about it. I think you know does not to take away from that. But the truth is Padilla. You know, I think when it finally happened, it was a very moving moment. You know, he teared up. He has this incredible immigrant story on Ben Newsome. Did you know he waited long enough, But he turned around and made Shirley Weber, the secretary of state, which in itself, I think it was a very powerful Not to some of those questions over racial politics on also, just Shirley Weber is an amazing person. I would highly recommend you go back and listen to our interview with her. I mean, she's the daughter of sharecroppers. She has had a Remarkable life story. Her dad fled the south and she became, you know, a PhD and state assemblywoman, and now she's going to go on to become the secretary of state. I mean, Do you think that like as as we move forward away from this, it'll look a lot rosier than it did in the moment for Newsom and I think that he did. Do some, you know, kind of impressive political judiciary. With the Weber appointment on and a sweet kind of alluded to, there's more ahead, right? There is the potentially hopefully they potentially hopefully for them the best Sarah appointment. On Ben. There's also this question of well Dianne Feinstein actually serve out her term on DSA. Why do you think that like if you combine that stuff, and then you think about whether he can do this thing about, you know, trying to actually build a relationship with the Legislature and 22 21. He might be in a better spot in a few months, then it felt like he was in mid November. I think one thing to keep in mind about these important appointments is that it's really highlighted the the lack of women of color in office in higher office and just available the availability of them to a point to these higher offices, and that's certainly not on you know, women of color it just talks about. It speaks to our society and how You know they haven't been. These women have not been placed in positions where they're, you know, easily, you know, put into Ah, higher position, especially if you start looking around at like attorney general. It's a limited pool of women of color who are attorneys and are qualified for that position in the first place. And I think that is also one of the arguments that people had. For appointing a woman you know to the U. S. Senate because the scope the pool of candidates is wider there than for something like an attorney general's position. Right before we leave the appointment. Parasol Wanna throw one more thing out there, Which is that the head of California's labor agency Julie Su, is among the names being considered by President elect Joe Biden to be labor secretary That would add another kind of wrench in the top of California's government sues not really a brand name in California, but she's been working for decades on You know, worker issues. She got her start in the nineties and l. A fighting for garment workers who have been trafficked and sweatshops in the L. A area on DCI certainly has all the qualifications you'd expect in a labor secretary. She's led this labor huge labor agency in California..

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"julie su" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"julie su" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That the shooter is a white male in his twenties or thirties. Investigators are working on determining the identity of that suspect. What? What does the police chief Barry Weber the mall will be close salad Saturday. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. The most recent labor report shows California added 66,000 jobs last month. The biggest gains were in the leisure and hospitality industry and employment rate also dropped below 10% for the first time since March. But experts say the game too may not last long with the new restrictions on businesses, including a 10 p.m. curfew. California Labor Secretary Julie Su said newly reported covert cases are reminder how our economy is tied to the ongoing public health crisis. Kaiser Permanente is opening its covert 19 vaccine trials. Adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15 in Sacramento and Santa Clara, director of the Kaiser Permanente Vaccine Study Center, Dr Nicola Klein says it's a continuation of the visor vaccine that was recently reported to be 95% effective. That state has been completed Adults. This now has been expanded to 16 and 17 year olds currently and over the next coming weeks will be expanded to 12 15 year olds as well. The health system says the goal is to enroll into Rule of 2000. Adolescents for the trial visors vaccine is headed to the FDA for approval. Local law enforcement in Sacramento in Al Dorado County say they won't be enforcing the new state home order. Sacramento County Sheriff's office in El Dorado County Sheriff's Office made the announcements on the same day Governor Nuisance Administration ordered a limited curfew. Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones said no officers we dispatch for breaking the health orders. El Dorado County Sheriff's office had calls about enforcing the new order will be deferred to the county's public health department. Princess Cruises is suspending operations through March of 2021 is an inquiry to based companies also pausing cruises over seven days long sealing out of U. S ports through November 1st of next year. Cruise line has put all sailings on hold since mid March because of the pandemic. I'm Angelica Rubio Ha. Now. Sacramento Traffic Good evening of center three and Bob Williams Fix Sack five is going on again this weekend. With closures through 5 A.m. Monday morning, North bound 52 lanes closed north of 35th Avenue. The end of the queue Street off ramp south bound. The right lanes are closed from westbound 50 and south found five connector ramp to the end of the queue. Street off ramp. Ramp closes on north found five 43rd Avenue on ramp Seamus Avenue off ramp it on. Ramping Q Street Off ramp Sat down five p Street off ramp Q Street on ramp sort of Il wrote off ramp. Important Closures on Highway 50 West on 50 Off ramp to Q Street Westbound 52 sat down five connector ramp eastbound 50, all frantic, you street and the eastbound 50. The South Bound five.

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Michelle Martin the corona virus pandemic is affecting every aspect of life in the United States now and with that impact come some hard choices who gets financial help from the federal government and how much how will doctors decide who gets treatment and who doesn't if hospital resources are insufficient to treat everybody who needs attention we're gonna spend the next hour examining these and other dilemmas facing our government and millions of Americans right now we're gonna check in with a group of faith leaders around the country also to hear how they and their congregations are facing this crisis but we're going to begin our coverage this hour in California where nearly forty million residents are under a mandatory stay at home order California is the world's fifth largest economy so this lockdown is sure to be costly already this past week there was a surge in unemployment claims in the state Julie su heads the California labor and workforce development agency and she is with us now secretary sue thank you so much for joining us I know you're really busy thank you for having me so your agency is in charge of enforcing labor laws in the state and ensuring workplace safety to paid sick leave in all of these things have become crucial during the emergency can I just ask you if you have a specific focus now is there a specific priority for you right now what aid is mobilizing every level of government to prepare for and respond to the spread of the virus and so we're working on many fronts I will say that the state home order does it you'll allow people who are doing essential services and critical infrastructure sector work to go to work and so our job my primary job is labor secretary is to make sure that those workers are protected that their workplaces are healthy and safe that people ranging from our medical professionals to janitors were doing cleaning.

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"julie su" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"julie su" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Need to address. And so cultural changes really part of the the. The assurance that we're gonna see rail transformation. The campaign launch brings together as the office of the first partner to California commission on the status of women and girls and the group times up to announce their equal pay California campaign. It focuses on telling employers how to pay women fairly and telling workers how to complain about unfair pay Julie SU is California labor secretary. She says the campaign has a carrot and stick approach to encourage companies to come on board with the campaign. It takes women until April second on average to earn the same that men earned the prior year. And so we are working to close that gap. There is very strong laws in California. It's the strongest pay equity law in the country. And we're we're here to talk about companies have signed onto a pledge to make sure that they are going to evaluate their pay. Make sure they're paying men and women equally. But also for those who don't that we will enforce the law. To make sure that women telephone are valued in the workplace so far thirteen companies have joined in making commitments to the California equal pay pledge by reviewing hiring and promotion policies to close the gender wage gap. Those companies include Airbnb Salesforce, apple and AT and T communications Becker says the campaign say they're making available resources for brokers, employers and unions about ways to close the gender pay gap. The California pay equity task force has resources online at women that C A dot gov slash California. Pay equity appointing from the state capital. I'm Christopher Martinez. Former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning is seeking her immediate release from Virginia jail after spending nearly four weeks at the facility. A federal judge jailed manning earlier in March for refusing to testify to a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. Manning's lawyers today filed a motion with the federal appeals court in Richmond seeking her release on bail while that judge's order as appealed Manning's lawyers cited her medical needs related to her transgender status. They also say she was electrically surveilled unlawfully by the government before her grand jury appearance and that manning can legally refuse to answer questions. Derived from such surveillance manning served several years in prison for leaking troves of classified documents before her sentence was commuted by then President Barack Obama. California. Observes Cesar Chavez day today honoring the legacy of the co founder of the United farm workers union..

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"julie su" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"julie su" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today. Sacramento's tax will increase by half a cent raising two eight point two five percent. We need more capital to be able to attract war scene. Industries to be able to address our affordable housing challenge address. Homeless problem. You're Steinberg was optimistic about the tax November. When voters approved measure, you west Sacramento city manager, Aaron laurel says there will be an equal impact on businesses for the average consumer like I said, it's a fairly nominal amount. Compared to the fact that the city gets one hundred percent of that revenue and is able to reinvest in the city the sales tax will raise by a quarter cent in west Sacramento to generate three point four million dollars a year Casimiro hall, news ninety three point one. K if Jennifer Siebel Newsom is backing her first significant initiatives since her husband became governor a drive to promote equal pay for women. She joined California labor secretary Julie SU and others today in starting an education program on the gender pay gap and ways to close it. Well, they announced thirteen corporations that have promised to conduct an annual gender pay analysis review hiring and promotion policies to avoid any unconscious bias and follow best practices to make sure all employees are treated equally. The thirteen included some big names like Airbnb apple. Eighteen t a new study says that California women make eighty nine cents for every dollar that men. Get the Sacramento river cats opened their twenty nineteen season. With a scrimmage tonight out at Rayleigh field. KFI case, Joe Michaels is they're checking out the new food offerings on the concourse Joe. That's right, Mike, we're in the beer garden undercover. Because for the first time in eight seasons. I've seen the tarp role rolled out onto the field at Rayleigh field. I didn't know we had one of those. But the rain is coming down here. Not to stop us from the food. However, great stuff this year as always I'm with executive chef, Tim, bam. We've got three new things on the menu two of those are tacos, they were delicious. What was I eating? I was a vegan taco. It's. Refried beans and a red beans meat substitute. It's really nice and refreshing for the hot summer days. The other was a fish.

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Continuing to accuse President Trump of acting improperly with the Russians and a fiery committee hearing on Capitol Hill this morning shift responded with a list of Trump's deeds. He finds unethical. I don't think it's okay that during a presidential campaign. Mr. Trump's sought the Kremlin, sell the consummate a real estate deal in Moscow that would make him a fortune house. Republicans say they have no faith in the US has reached an agreement with the three northern triangle countries to cooperate in joint police operations. This move is meant to stem, increasing movement of migrants from the central from Central America. As Maria Martin reports the statement announcing the agreement for joint police work improved border security and efforts to curb migration from Central America came on Wednesday after meetings between officials from Salvador what the mullahs and Honduras with US homeland security secretary kearse to Nielsen Honduran precedent, one Orlando have none this hosted the meeting and tweeted that quote, a peaceful and. Prosperous Central America is the best investment for the US secretary Nielson praised what she called historic agreement to confront the root causes of the border crisis officials of the four countries plan to meet again inmate in water. A for NPR news. I'm Maria Martin Maltese soldiers boarded a tanker that have been hijacked by migrants and escorted it to a Maltese port NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports a Turkish owned tanker had rescued one hundred Nate migrants as it was heading toward Tripoli, but the migrants refused to go back to Libya and took control of the ship forcing the crew to set course, northward Maltese in Italian officials closely followed the drama in the high seas Italy's hard, right interior minister Mateo said Vini called it an act of piracy and said the only way the migrants would see Italy is through binoculars in two thousand fifteen more than a million migrants and refugees arrived in Europe. But numbers have dropped as domestic opposition to welcoming them. Has led EU member countries to withdraw from search and rescue operations, Sylvia? Pohjola, NPR news, Rome. Europe's attorney general is suing the family behind Oxycontin, alleging the drugmaker sparked the opioid crisis by putting profits over safety the state amended and existing lawsuit against Purdue pharma, adding and members of the Sackler family as defendants along with five other companies that make or distribute the painkillers the federal government says the US economy slowed more than I thought in the fourth quarter to two point two percent because of softer consumer spending. That's down from an initial estimate of two point six percent growth. Wall Street is trading higher slightly that I was up eighteen points. The NASDAQ is up five points, the S and P five hundred up three. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. From K Q E D news. I'm Brian watt. In San Jose. State officials say a former top labor official improperly used her influence to advance her daughter's career in her own agency. Peter Jon Shuler reports. A state auditor's report outlines a pattern of nepotism at an unnamed agency and says the director of win around the state civil service employment process in hiring and promoting her daughter. A spokesman with the California labor and workforce development agency confirmed in an Email that the report concerns complaints about the department of industrial relations and former executive director Christine Baker who stepped down abruptly last year. The spokesman's Email includes a statement by state labor secretary Julie SU saying the report exposed a systemic breakdown. She said she's committed to preventing any future violations. Baker could not be reached for comment. I'm Peter Jon Shuler, K Q ED news. A California prison inmate has died after contracting legionnaires disease officials say a second inmate has also tested positive for the disease, which is considered a severe form of pneumonia. Authorities say they're taking health precautions at a prison hospital and a youth facility in Stockton, including shutting down showers in providing bottled water for drinking and washing bacteria from the disease grow and spread through water in two thousand fifteen nearly eighty inmates got sick. But none died.

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"British parliament voted tonight on eight separate ways forward on Brexit, one of them, which people thought might have passed was for customs union, which would have helped solve the problem with the Irish order that did not pass. In fact, none of them did. Meanwhile, the prime minister has offered to resign in order to get her Brexit deal through but still didn't seem to pick up enough votes today to make that happen Britain has to April twelfth to find a plan to potentially crash out of the EU without a deal software maker Microsoft announced today, it sees ninety nine websites apparently being used by Iranian. Hackers to launch cyberattacks says it took control of the websites after suing the hacking group and obtain the approval for its actions from US court judge on Wall Street, the Dow was down thirty two points. This is NPR fr. From K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. State officials say a former top labor official improperly used her influence to advance her daughter's career in her own agency. Peter Jon Shuler reports. A state auditor's report outlines a pattern of nepotism at an unnamed agency and says the director went around the state civil service employment process in hiring and promoting her daughter. A spokesman with the California labor and workforce development agency confirmed in an Email that the report concerns complaints about the department of industrial relations and former executive director Christine Baker who stepped down abruptly last year. The spokesman's Email includes a statement by state labor secretary Julie SU saying the report exposed a systemic breakdown. She said she's committed to preventing any future violations. Baker could not be reached for comment. I'm Peter Jon Shuler, K Q E D news new records from the Santa Clara county sheriff's show too. Correctional officers were fired after using unnecessary force on an inmate in two thousand fifteen Mercury News reporter, Robert Salang says one of the deputies was accused of brutally attacking a female inmate who didn't want to change clothes deputy, Michelle Broussard, according to these records, put her less foot on the inmates chest and grabbed her by the throat as she yelled, and it to the point where the it made couldn't read the former deputy was fired for multiple violations, including using unreasonable force and being quote, less than truthful interact count of what happened deputy Alana Simpson..

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"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"julie su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Street today. The Dow Jones industrial average fell twenty six points to end the session at twenty five thousand eight eighty seven the NASDAQ closed up nine points, the standard and Poor's five hundred was down a fraction of a point. You're listening to. NPR fan. Kiki weedy news. I'm Mina Kim. The California trucking association just suffered a major loss the US supreme court declined to hear it's appeal in a case at brought arguing that truckers are contractors instead of employees. He acuity Sam Harnett reports for decades truck drivers have argued that they aren't independent owner operators, but employees with benefits like workers comp and overtime pay over the last eight years. California's state labor secretary Julie SU has largely agreed awarding the millions of dollars for being misclass-. The California trucking association has filed numerous lawsuits against her decisions. One made it to the US supreme court which sided with soup the court affirmed, the California could indeed determine that truckers. And there are more than one hundred thousand of them in the state are being this classified this fight. Over trucker classification is expected to continue in the courts. I'm Sam Harnett news, San Francisco's decision to fire a company on a major public works project. Several years ago could go before the California Supreme. Court Ted Goldberg reports in late two thousand fifteen city officials halted work on a fourteen million dollar infrastructure project in the hate neighborhood after crews caused a series of gas leaks. The city kick the project subcontractors synergy project management off the job. Even though the company blamed PG knee for the gas speaks synergy, then sued the city e claims state law bars anyone, but the main contractor in this case Gilani brothers from terminating it from the project and a Superior Court Judge agreed then late last week an appeals court sided with the city. And now a lawyer for synergy says he plans to appeal the ruling to the state supreme court..

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Thieves snap up rental scooters in SF

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

04:27 min | 3 years ago

Thieves snap up rental scooters in SF

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Feves snap up rental scooters. Assaf shared electric scooters are disappearing from city streets in high numbers. As thieves target the portable vehicles in the first two weeks. We lost two hundred vehicles to the theft, which was just shocking said Michael Keating CEO and founder of San Francisco's scoot networks. People were grabbing them all the time. We realized that if we kept losing them at that rate. We wouldn't have any left in response scoot, scaled back its vehicle numbers an expedited its plans to include locks on its two wheelers. San Francisco's skip has also experienced that's but declined to specify how many however, it's vehicles have a wheel lock mechanism. So they cannot be ridden unless they're unlocked with an app scoots to healers can be ridden in manual kick mode without using the app albeit in an unsatisfying experience as they are not designed for that. Their electric Motors require an app unlocked to work both skip and skewed have alarms. Go off. Scooters are moved without being reserved in their apps city sanctioned e scooter rentals started October fifteenth under a pilot program in which scoot and skip each have permission to rent out up to six hundred twenty five scooters scoot started out offering about three hundred scooters but have that to about one hundred fifty a day in recent weeks? Something residents have complained about on social media. We're not trying to hide that Keating said the reason is the fact ramping up more scooters depends on the success of the lock scoot this week will add combination locks and cables to scooters as an interim measure users will get the combination from the app after a scooter is reserved in early December scoot will switch to its long-term solution Bilton electronic locks with thirty two inch cables the smartphone. Apple unlock the device at the end of it ride. The user must lock the scooter to street furniture such as bike rack or pole and snap a photo of it. Skip has been renting its full complement of six hundred twenty five scooters and said it has gotten positive writer feedback. Skip also plans to add built in locks to its fleet. And is now testing them out on about a dozen scooters. In addition to warning thieves, the locks should help keep more of the scooters out of the flow of pedestrian traffic and prevent people from knocking them over. Skip said it's working on new technology to detect win scooters are written on sidewalks, which is prohibited. We want people to learn that when they get to the sidewalk they should pull up the scooter and walk it to the furniture zone said Julie SU skipped chief marketing officer referring to the sidewalk edge. We're scooters are supposed to be parked in March. Three other scooter companies lime bird and spin burst onto the streets in San Francisco. The scooter deluge led to a temporary ban, and then creation of the pilot program. The San Francisco municipal transportation agency, which oversees scooters said the number of complaints is much lower now than in the spring. The agency's three one one line logged three hundred thirty six scooter related complaints from October fifteenth to November fourteenth or eleven point. To a day in the spring. It receives complaints at the rate of forty four point six day, scoot, scooters average, two or three rights day Keating said by contrast, I go chilly were scoot rolled out scooters around the same time sees six to ten rights day per scooter, that's because the vehicles there are concentrated in a central business district while in San Francisco, they're dispersed throughout neighborhoods. He said skipped climbed to say how many rentals at facilitates. But it's pleased with usage sue pan said writers, use them for first mile last mile connections to transit as well as for scenic rides such as along the embarcadero or in Golden Gate park. She said constant theft is clearly not sustainable Keating said he declined to say what scoot pays for its two-wheelers, but industry sources say e scooters are bought wholesale from China for around three hundred dollars scooter thefts and vandalism are issues in many of the hundreds of cities worldwide that have the two-wheelers bird, graveyard, an Instagram account with sixty thousand followers. Chronicles the sometimes brutal ways scooters meet their end such as burning being thrown off buildings are being tossed in the ocean. Caroline said is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer, Email see said at SF chronicle dot com. Twitter at sea said.

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