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"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A recall effort after his domestic violence record is made public and about measure seeks to cut through red tape for small business owners in San Francisco. Good evening. I'm Patty Rising along with Jeff Bell case. CBS News Times, 6 31. If you have been out and about in San Francisco lately, you have probably noticed that many streets have been filled with outdoor dining areas. Because of the pandemic restaurants got city approval for the space is much more quickly than usual in this election. 2020 report KCBS reporter Kathy Novak looks at Proposition H. This is a ballot measure that aims to make the permitting process easier for small businesses. Visiting local restaurants under visit Darrow mayor London Breed says she's a fan of the outdoors expansions quits before the pandemic. We're very controversial, and now they're here to stay. I know people may have a problem with that, but you know they are really bringing life to San Francisco, and I'm determined to make sure they stay. It's not just Park lits. The city's permitting process is notoriously difficult and expensive, says restaurant owner David Nay. Phil. Good luck today in San Francisco, opening a restaurant Without nearly two quarters, or maybe even three quarters of a million dollars. He says the pandemic made the situation worse. But change was needed long before it. He's backing Proposition H, which would, among other things, streamline review and inspection time and allow more liberal use of some spaces, including for co working and pop ups. Attorney Jonathan Axel Rat of the respect as a neighbor's group, says it's a decision that should be made at City Hall. In terms of streamlining planning goat. We all want that the way to do it. It is not too mandated by proposition and not if any neighbors say and what's happening in these outdoor activity areas in particular, now up for voters to decide in San Francisco, Kathy Novak KCBS Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors is expected to vote tomorrow on whether to move forward with a review of sexual assault policies at schools and crosses across the county. KCBS reporter Melissa call, Ross tells a student advocates have come out strongly in favor of it. This could be groundbreaking, says Supervisor Dave Cortesi County, Santa Clara County could be the first county and nation to pursue a review of what's happening in Silicon Valley, a big urban county, the diverse county In a county where we know sexual assault is out of control on so many of our campuses. Cortez he wants the review. Now that new Trump Administration title nine regulations on how sexual assault and harassment allegations are handled in schools have gone into effect. But the Board of Supervisors voted last month to wait for more information on the scope of the analysis. Gunn High School student Rachel Son says it can't wait. I have too many friends who are survivors of rape and sexual assault. I have heard too many horror stories from them before Stanford law professor Michelle Dawber agrees. We must look broadly at all gender based violence, policies and procedures that are affecting our students ability to stay safe at school. County officials have come back with more information about the review and the Board of Supervisors is expected to take up the issue again at its meeting this week. Melissa call Ross KCBS. A recall effort is underway in Valeo after an explosive report uncovered domestic violence convictions against City Council member and mayoral candidate. Hakeem Brown. Hey. CBS reporter Pat Boone was at an event this weekend where community members rallied for Brown to drop out. About 75 people gathered in front of Vallejo City Hall Sunday, holding signs saying believe women until someone say something it was held with the backdrop of October being domestic violence Awareness month. But at the forefront was Vallejo City Council member Hakeem Brown, who's currently running for mayor. We're finding out about it now, because the person who is the subject and brought us here today, talking Brown Get it from a civil rights attorney, Melissa No old is referring to the report by local news outlet Open Vallejo, which uncovered court documents that showed Brown had three prior convictions related to domestic violence. A family of Shane A. Brown, one of Brown's former wives had a statement read at the event, China with a bright, shining life. A big ball of energy before she met Hakim Brown. After years of abuse, bordering on torture multiple times a week, She was left on the shelf. Deputy described her as having the demeanor of an abused dog. Outrage from the report has now turned into a recall campaign. So far, Brown has not indicated that he'll drop out or leave his seat. In a statement to KCBS, Brown said, quote. I deeply regret the pain I've caused and hold myself fully accountable for my actions. I have paid my debt to society and will continue to strive to make amends for the past and be the leader and the man that the citizens of Vallejo deserve. I'm fully prepared to accept the ultimate will and judgment of the voters that I served in Vallejo, Matt Boone KCBS CASE. CBS News Times 6 36 this portion of the news watch, sponsored by shame company coming up in about three minutes, Traffic and weather together from Kim, You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You can get the claim three discount, which gives you money off your homeowner's policy. If.
San Francisco Introduces COVID-Friendly Voting Centre
"San Francisco is making sure it's voters have a range of options for how to cast their ballots. KCBS reporter Kathy Novak checked out the new voting center outside the Bill Bill Graham Graham Civic Civic Auditorium. Auditorium. Pandemic Pandemic pushed pushed the the voting voting booths booths out out out of of of their their their usual usual usual spot spot spot inside inside inside City City City Hall Hall Hall instead, instead, instead, from from from Monday. Monday. Monday. You You You can can can cast cast cast your your your ballot ballot ballot at at at this this this tent tent tent and and and all all all covert, covert, distancing distancing and and sanitizing sanitizing protocols protocols will will be be in in place. place. I mean, we thought of everything, so there's no excuse for anyone in the city who was a registered voter. Not to vote. Your London breed ads that if you're not registered, you have until October, 19 to do so. If you don't vote early at this center, there will be 588 polling places around the city on Election Day. Also ballot drop off sites or you can vote by mail. Every registered voter will get a ballot. If you choose that option, Senator Scott Wiener reminds us the male has to be postmarked by election day, and that means getting in before pickup time. There are unfortunately thousands of ballots each time where people just mail it to late in the day. It doesn't get postmark, so make sure you're going to mail it. Please try to Malik Bhai the day before those ballots now have an extra two weeks to arrive up to 17 days after November 3rd in San Francisco, Kathy Novak KCBS is making over the hump. Kevin's got
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Coming up on KCBS. I'm Kathy Novak, forced to pull the kids out of college so they can help pay rent the economic fallout from the pandemic for families in the Central Valley. Gale Sayers has passed away here. Steve Baker Hall of Fame Running back Gail stares of the Chicago Bears has passed away at the age of 77 After battling dementia for years, Sara, the youngest player ever inducted into the Hall of Fame at age 34, because his career was cut short by left knee injuries, plate only five full seasons and then only two games. In each of his last two years, and 70 and 71 was rookie of the year and 65 scored 22 touchdowns. Remember teams played on Ly 14 games a year then, including a record tying six TDs against the Niners at Wrigley Field. In December. His first came on an 80 yard catch is next four on runs, including one of 50 yards and his last on an 85 yard punt return, And all of it came on a muddy field on a raid E afternoon when players from both teams were slipping and falling. But not Gale Sayers, who ran for a league best 1231 yards in 66, a league best 1032 in 69. After tearing his left a C L Late in the 68 season, decades before the advent of HCL reconstructive surgery, he averaged five yards a carry for his career over 30 yards, a kick return that's still in NFL record. And 14.5 yards Apart Return, Gail stares with the number five pick of the draft out of Kansas. Also taken in the F L draft by Kansas City. The chief's offered more money. But he signed with the Bears. Instead, Gale Sayers may have been best known certainly by non football fans for the ABC hit made for TV film Brian Song in 1971 about his close friendship. With fellow running back Brian Piccolo, who died of cancer the year before. The age of 27 at the Sports desk. Steve Baker KCBS, Not all facemasks offer the same protection..
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Fresno County. Kathy Novak KCBS all news all the time right here on KCBS. We have traffic and weather together on the eights at 6 18. We're starting with your drive this morning where we hadn't Caroline, We're going to start up Hayward area. We had a new accident. This is on 8 80 south bound just before Highway 92 SUV apparently spread out it hit that right hand shoulder wall. Right now It's blocking the two right lanes. Emergency crews are on their way. But the good news is at the moment. There's a no backup leading up to that accident. Traffic is light in Area where it is not light is in the Fremont area. That's because of world work on 6 80 North, bound between Durham Road Up Tio Highway, 84 2 left Lanes air Shut down until 7 A.m.. Oh, wow. Traffic is just creeping along from before Washington Boulevard and it continues to the Sheraton Road exit. But after that, then it looks really good. And they're still working on this accident. San Francisco to 80 south bound before Ocean Geneva Eggs. It's a two car injury accident blocking two right lanes. Emergency crews are on sea and there's a light backup as you approach the area. You're next traffic updates at 6 28 on the traffic leader case. Yes. In the case to be S Bay Area. Weather forecast the six day forecast calling for partly cloudy skies this morning, mostly sunny later.
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kathy Novak KCBS all news all the time right here on KCBS. A CBS News time 7 48, Let's head to the Bay Bridge, westbound I 80 and get enough data on what's going on there from Joe. And it's a stalled car blocking a later traffic and a report brought to you by Children Auto body on the upper deck of the Bay Bridge West 80 past your Treasure island exit a stall and it is again blocking the right lane bridge crew CHP are on their way. Let's go to back a bill. We have a problem with a stalled tow truck that's also carrying a disabled vehicle. Eastbound eighties ramp to Peabody Road. Cars are moving around this tow truck that is partially blocking that ramp, so heads up in the area. Let's go to AA Castro Valley that traffic hazard being cleared West 5 80 just before Castro Valley Boulevard, and we're hearing of another problem in Oakland, a car that ran out of gas on the eastbound 5 80 connector to eastbound 24, mostly on the right shoulder, but it's very close to the right lane to a bit of a traffic hazard there. Children. Auto body is open to serve the Bay Area with contact free auto body repair options, along with free pickup and delivery. Children. Auto body now offers virtual estimates and curbside contact free service from the comfort of your vehicle. Broken appointment today at Children. Auto body dot com You're next updated 7 58 on the traffic leader, CVS six Day forecast. Now let's head over to the K p x five Weather Center. Here's Paul much better air quality today, but we're not completely out of the woods in terms of the smoke an occasional poor air quality movie. Back.
Crews Battle California's Creek Fire During Massive Rescue Operation
"And campers in the Sierra National forests have Their evacuation routes cut off by the fast moving Creek fire case. CBS's Kathy Novak is reporting live from Fresno. She says military choppers are attempting to rescue people again tonight despite heavy smoke. We check in with her right now, Kathy tells the latest. Gonna try it live. The military choppers are trying again to get out there to rescue more than 50. Hikers and campers who have been trapped for days out in that massive creek fire they've been unable to do so yet. They're using night Didn't now Here's an update from the far Battalion trees. Fresno City Fire Department Tony S. Kapita last few days we've been trying to During the day there would be safer. It is not for not because of the heavy smoke conditions. These thes these helicopters, they just can't land. And they need a big Good friends to land safely. And they say, and they're they're really experienced. Pilots, and they just couldn't do it. Have you said update tonight that one fatality has been reported. Among the people who are trapped in the pills. The first night attempt was made about an hour, so it's hoped with that night vision. That rescue crews are able to facilitate a rescue. Like the one that we saw Amanda Cole reservoirs unite to go where people were successfully airlifted out of that lake area. As for the fire itself, it isn't a rune and burned more than 135,000 acres. And still 0% contained
Fire Season In California Puts A Strain On Firefighting Resources
"A crucial portion of California's firefighting resources is unavailable right now because of the covert pandemic as K. CBS's Kathy Novak tells US prison fire crews have been left short staffed, incarcerated. Firefighters based at low security fire camps work on the front lines alongside other first responders they make between two and $5 a day with extra hourly pay went out fighting fires because of lockdowns and early releases during the pandemic, their ranks have been cut. Harper is a clerk at Delta campaigns as soon dispatching cruise to Solano County five close they go out five fires. Now we're down to three because the slowdown influence of prisoners slow because of the coffee. And everything's gotta wax. The governor says hundreds of extra seasonal firefighters have been brought in to make up for the shortfall. But the fire's air, leaving all emergency crews stretched
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kathy Novak. Emergency responders stretched thin as the pandemic leaves prison firefighting crews short staff. We'll get to that in about 4.5 minutes. Right now, we're gonna head over to Kim Vestal, and we're starting a South San Jose. We still got that brush fire, don't we? We do and we're getting a lot of calls about it. People want to know what's going on Everyone so rattled and yet another brush fire. This one is adjacent to Coyote Creek Golf Drive and also slowing the ride out of San Jose on South bound. Wanna won the freeway is open. At this point. It's a two alarm fire several acres, possibly some structures at the end of the golf course. Burning. There has been discussion about shutting down Monterey roads. So far, it appears that traffic is moving, but expect some slowing. Avoid the area if you possibly can. But it is a getaway Friday and then we've got more delays ahead in Gilroy, Chilton Auto Body Collision Cam has been tracking delays behind a truck fire south down one on one just sounds of the 1 50 to interchange. All the South bound lanes have been shut down. What I would do is get off Mastin Avenue you can head south on Monterey. Out and just stay there until Monterey Road merges onto one a one past the scene of that truck fire and you won't get stuck in that back up and in mill, Pete US, we've got two lanes of traffic blocked by fire crews on north bound 8 80 just before 2 37 brushfire activity there and I can see traffic is stacked up. And then once you get through your north bound ride picks right back up and at the limit into Fremont, the first sign of slowing I see is in Union City North bound 80 just past, Dakota wrote, and that It's just your typical afternoon commute. No other delays or accidents ahead on the Nimitz Freeway. You're next update at 3 18 on the traffic leader.
San Francisco: Indoor Activities Still Pose Threat for COVID-19
"The San Francisco Department of Emergency Management said it can't consider indoor personal services such as haircuts and waxing at this time, saying these kinds of activities pose AH, higher. Risk of covert 19 transmission Because of the amount of time staff and clients are in close proximity indoors gently, you can go and get boat talks and you can get laser hair removal and you could get elected plastic surgery services right down the street from our salon. So his argument that if the close proximity that is causing us to not re open just doesn't make sense in San Francisco, Kathy Novak
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kathy Novak spoke with a victim of violent crime about why she supports the calls for mass releases. Seven years ago, Lupe Angola was visiting family in Gilroy with her fiance. Gunshots rang out, and unfortunately he wass He was shot once, and he passed away in my arms that night, apparently caught in the crossfire of gang violence. The day after the funeral, Lupe found out she was pregnant. I felt like they robbed me of having my partner and then my daughter having her father, so at the time, I just felt like I was robbed of something very special in my life, and I was angry, so she understands why some victims of crime have difficulty with the idea of mass releases from prisons. People like I should be completely against it, but I'm not. Her fiance's killers were convicted of murder and sentenced to 83 years to life. They were people of color and teenagers. They're lacking community resource is they're lacking advocates. They're lacking mentors, Lupe says She did a lot of work learning about restorative justice. And through that she found love with a new partner. His name is Tom Tran. Yes, the same time trend we met earlier in this series who's currently incarcerated in San Quentin. Surprising to some people, but I started doing advocacy work. We met and loved transpired. I look partner that loves me to death. She's willing to help any way she can. So now Lupe finds herself protest ng with others whose loved ones are caught up in the San Quentin covert outbreak, and it's been stressful. It's in extremely frightening. They've been cut off from visits, often struggling to get any medical information, which is sitting on pins and needles. Could that be him? And I'm gonna get a phone call. It's a nightmare now, like doctors who visited the prison there central call is from or releases beyond the 8000 people the governor says, could be out by the end of the month. Off those calls, Gavin Newsom said last month. I hope they're being thoughtful and considerate of not only the victims, but the prospects of people re offending San Francisco District Attorney Chase A. Boudin says release plans should be more ambitious and include people who have served long sentences that are statistically less like Early to re offend over 90% of people who are incarcerated will be released at some point. And so the question is not if but when and how, and we need to ensure that we're releasing people under conditions that allow for them to successfully reintegrate. He's been working on re sentencing cases consulting with crime victims like Lupe, These guys are eventually going to join us again, so I would rather than be prepared and re ability have been not Kathy Novak KCBS in part four of our Siri's will meet some of the men who have been released from San Quentin during the cove. It outbreak. We're on your money news now on Casey, DEA, Lisa's share a locker looking for a drug smuggler with four legs and a tail. I'm Brian Van Miller on business. Police say the suspect was.
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Our own. Kathy Novak is going to join us at 3 20 to talk more about her reporting behind her weeklong Siri's about the widespread outbreak of Cove in 19 at San Quentin. Hey. CBS NEWS time. 3 15 Or the Cardinals or dealing with an outbreak of the Roman involving Kobe 19. Kevin is back with us for more of that front. Kip Yeah. Jeff. The Cardinals had to postpone the Siri's scheduled tomorrow through Thursday in Detroit after as you mentioned a covert 19 outbreak, the team was waiting on test results from yesterday. And general manager John Mozeliak gave the update this afternoon. As of this morning, we've had 13 positive cases, seven players, six staff. We will continue to test each day as we self isolate. Here in Milwaukee. We hope to be cleared to travel by Wednesday. As of this morning, we have five individuals that have no no symptoms asymptomatic. Seven have shown headaches, cough, sniffles and low grade fevers. We're currently in touch with all of them with our medical staff. Not only here in Milwaukee but in ST Louis as well. That's cards GM John Mozeliak gonna zoom chap with reporters. Meanwhile, the Phillies, who did not play at all last week after a Siri's with Miami are back in action tonight. The filles at New York The Phillies have had zero positives over the past several days. The Marlins, who had 18 players into coach's tests, positive last week, they are scheduled to resume play with a reshuffled roster. Tomorrow in Baltimore and the Giants have Johnny Cueto on the mound tonight in Colorado, A 5 40 start there. The ace finishing up in Seattle with Frankie Montas on the mound. That game begins at 6 10 at the Sports Desk. Kevin Ramage KCBS Geneva Federal system..
Coronavirus: Hospitalizations show improving situation in California
"Numbers. and I hope everyone The adopts pandemic the simple in the Bay and Area. effective measures, Number of people especially hospitalized washing with covert your hands. 19 KCBS in the nine County is Bay helping area the dropped Bay Area over the stay weekend. connected California's for more, positivity go to radio rate has dot also com improved slash stay from connected. a high of 8% to Coming up just on KCBS. blow 6.5%. I'm Kathy Novak with a closer World look Health at the Corona Organization virus recommends crisis a state or inside region maintain California's a 5% prisons, positivity rate Part for one at least of two our weeks week Long series before lifting shelter on at home and that social is distancing coming up protocol's. in five minutes. There First, have been though, two it's sports more covert time. And 19 here, Steve related Baker. inmate deaths So at giant San today's Quentin, fans bringing how the many number times of Corona during virus the strange deaths. season At If you the watch prison your to team 21 play and wanted to coming pull up a 10 the plug 20. on We the
Two Test Positive for COVID-19 at San Francisco County Jail
"2 people have tested positive for covert 19 this week at San Francisco County Jail and its case, CBS's Kathy Novak reports. They're being isolated from the general population. Everyone who is willing is tested at booking in San Francisco County, Nancy Crowley speaks for the sheriff's office. We were doing surveillance testing because we had an employee that may have had contact with some of them from of the incarcerated people, and we discovered two people who were asymptomatic that tested Positive for Cove it and they were immediately isolated. One person was a county jail five in San Bruno, the other a county jail to in San Francisco. San Francisco is hoping to avoid a situation like the one at Santa Rita Jail, where more than 100 people have been infected or worse. Like the outbreak at San Quentin Prison, where more than 2000 people have tested positive. We have 768 people, and they are housed among three jails. So we've been able to physically distance people as well as we mask everybody. All of the 26 people who have tested positive at San Francisco County Jail since April have been asymptomatic. 21 have been
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Flags across the nation are flying at half staff today in memory of a civil rights giant, who was nearly beaten to death in 1965. Congressman John Lewis died last night at the age of 80. A look back at his life from CBS News correspondent Nicole Kill Liam, elected to Congress from an Atlanta district in 1986 he pushed for civil rights, gay right and boycotted to Republican presidential inaugurations remained a living reminder of the legacy of the civil rights movement. People tell me nothing's changed. I just feel like saying come and walk in my shoes. I will show you I would take you to those police John Lewis died of pancreatic cancer lots of tributes today. Former President Barack Obama said he only made it to the White House because of John Lewis's sacrifices. Former President Bush said Luis answered violence with courage. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. Okay, CBS NEWS time. 3 30 to 25 more Cal students have tested positive for covert 19 and KCBS reporter Melissa Colorado's tells us That brings the total number of cases at the university to nearly 100 dozens of those cases are connected to frat parties. The vast majority of callous cases have been reported within the last two weeks after parties that were held at the beginning of the month, UCSF epidemiology professor Dr George Rutherford says while socializing in parties are a part of college life, Like many parts of life, this is gonna have to change prepared for the short run. I'm not talking about doing away with us forever. We're talking about keeping it under control for a couple of quarters or a semester to Rutherford calls the outbreak at UC Berkeley a cautionary tale and says the university may not be able to control students behavior at parties held off campus. But I would encourage cow to be very vigilant about people wearing masks and maintaining social distance. In a statement, a Cal spokesperson tells KCBS. There is some good news. The number of confirmed positive cases fell by almost half between last week and this week and people who have been asked to come in for testing are doing so. The university has been reaching out to various student communities to educate them about Cove in 19 Melissa call Ross KCBS. There is no question that the pandemic has altered our lifestyle and forced us to make changes. KCBS is Curtis Kim tells us the idea is to make those changes beneficial. The constant anxiety brought about by covert 19 is forcing us to change on the fly dining in dining, take out haircuts or cutting out here cuts the big screen is turning into the TV screen. George. The Chedi is a financial adviser with Morgan Stanley. But covert 19 has spent a real destructor. I mean, it's caused the recession. It's changed our personal life's our own behavior. It's changed work in terms of businesses trying to open up and then close down and open up again, and it's affected all of us financially. No, Chandi says to stay ahead of the curve means toe bend the curve a bit. An example telemedicine. And this is where you simply can talk to your doctor online using Zoom or Skype, your handheld device. Medicare has recently approved those consultations. And their lower costs. In short changes can create opportunities. You just need to find them in San Francisco Curtis Cam KCBS Well, the head of California's Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, says. State's prisons are improving on the response to the cove. It crisis this case, CBS's Kathy Novak tells us Ralph Diaz says resources have been available now that just weren't back in March, masks and hand sanitizer aside, advocates maintained that the state cannot properly handle the Corona virus crisis at overcrowded prisons unless it drastically reduces the population's corrections Secretary Ralph Diaz says it's more complicated than that. We have the transition than into a situation to where they're going to be successful, not just to get him out of prison. We have to settle. To be successful to be successful now is more challenging than it was pre code because the job situation is different. The ability to move around and get to move about is different in a virtual conversation with the anti recidivism coalition has noted the pandemic has also forced the suspension of family visits and rehabilitation programs, something he says he's still trying to figure out. How do we get people safely in a room together within six feet and to provide all the covert precautions? How do we do that? I'm paying very close attention to the school situation that's happening. Our state of the country on that decision, because I may be looking at some of the best practices on how to get people in a group setting again. Kathy Novak, KCBS Set.
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"The Bay Area's favorite Walking shoes store is now open. The California Department of Corrections is allowing the release of more people in state prisons in an effort to reduce the spread of Cove in 19 as K. CBS's Kathy Novak reports There's been pressure over the Corona virus crisis, which has infected more than 1300 prisoners at San Quentin alone. The Department of Corrections says the new measures could mean as many as 8000 people incarcerated around the state will be eligible for release. Don spectre of the prison Law office welcomes the move to reduce Population. Unfortunately, these have not come in time to prevent the disaster That is before on seeing Clinton, Sandra Smith's son has about 10 weeks left on his sentence. She just found out. He tested positive for Cove in 1975 more days before he gets out, who said he's going on live step one more day as part of the new measures, her son and about 100,000 others incarcerated in California prisons will get 12 weeks credit, effectively reducing their sentences. But those Leases won't start until August inspector says. It's unclear who will be released. It's not 8000 who are going to be released. The great majority of them are good. Just going to be eligible for release on DH. The administration is going to go through certain populations, one by one to determine whether they will release these people. Kathy Novak KCBS the effects of a pandemic on retirement, It's an issue that could cause a major headache. For more. We get the report from Chris Eden's with radio dot com Station K Annex.
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"Francisco's COIT Tower. Kathy Novak kcbs KCBS time for another check of your Sunday night, Dr Joe Hughes, where you start us off. We're starting in San Jose Peter on 11 North bound, getting reports of a new crash on the connector to 6 80 North bound. It's coming into CHP. It appears that it is a solo crash block in the left lane, but an ambulance was just called to the scene. It looks like the car ran into a wall on the right hand shoulder than spun back into traffic. So the left lane is blocked, not seeing too much of a delay stacked up behind it. But as I said, it just happened, and emergency crews are heading to the scene. Other ways, looking around the map on not seeing too much slow traffic anywhere in the Bay Area. Everything is looking pretty good for the most part, and we're not having a lot of road work over the holiday weekend. A lot of the major projects that we've seen over the Bay Area they have been called off. You can follow us on Twitter at key CBS AM, FM traffic or Search. Hashtag KCBS traffic. We've been sending out the latest updates and then cruised in that includes updates on the Gilroy crews. Fire where we are seeing evacuations continue along Highway 1 52 Next Look at the roads coming to you and 9 28 on the traffic leader KCBS. Here's your Kate. CBS six day forecast. Sunny for your Monday It'll be breezy again with some morning clouds that the coast Guy's mid sixties at the beaches upper sixties to mid seventies.
San Francisco police halt release of most mug shots in effort to stop fueling racial bias
"In an effort to reduce racial bias, San Francisco police will stop releasing mug shots of people who have been arrested. The only exceptions are when there is an imminent danger to the public or when the police need assistance. Locating a person could be asked is Kathy Novak despots discussed the decisions with police Chief Bill Scott. Calls for changes in policing are sweeping the nation chief Bill Scott says he hears them as we see what's going on in our country. Right now. Nation, your race and how we're going to change the narrative on some of these issues is very important topic and weaklings. Only that this is a step in the right direction to start changing that now, he says, mug shots of black and brown people who often haven't been convicted helped fuel a perception that people of certain races are more likely to be criminals. Using Berkeley public policy professor Jack Glaser says it's a positive move. This was away for something under the control of the Police department that they can make a change that will reduce the impact with regard to public and police stereotypes. There's another reason for the decision. People are And until they're proven guilty in a court of law looking photos when they release before such a person is convicted. Khun do harm to an
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"In these counties and we have eight counties. As I said, on top of those that we have mandated closure that we recommend the closure of Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar says. No matter where you live, you should wear a mask when you're at the grocery store line. You could be actually impacting a vulnerable, vulnerable person next to you, so please practice appropriate social distancing and protect others and yourself by wearing facial coverings. When you can't CBS News update. I'm Peter King. Hey. CBS NEWS time. 5 32 As of today, there is only one Corona virus treatment with emergency use authorization from the FDA. That would be the drug rendez severe as KCBS is Kathy Novak, reports the manufacturer has revealed it will charge the government's about $2300 for a five day treatment course. Foster City based Gilead Sciences have been donating the drug to the government. The Department of Health and Human Services will keep managing its allocation through the end of September, and insurance companies will pay about $3100 for the treatment, which has been shown to shorten hospital stays. In an open letter Gilead CEO Daniel Oh, Dae says that means a savings of about $12,000 in hospital costs per patient. But access to medicines director at Public Citizen Peter May bar Duke says a full treatment course should only cost around 300 Dollars. U. S government has a $70 million to develop the drug American people in federal scientists have been involved in every stage of its development. We even co own the patent. It should be widely manufactured and lively, affordable, he says. The U. S government should have negotiated a lower price. Our leaders are willing to stand up to the drug companies. Even during the pandemic. We simply have to change that before the time comes to try and roll out of Kathy Novak. KCBS Tech companies are Clamping down on hate speech. YouTube has been several prominent white supremacist channels, including those belonging to David Duke and Richard Spencer twitch. The video streaming service popular with gamers has suspended the Trump campaign account for quote. Hateful conduct. Reddit has also banned a subreddit, known as the Donald were playing host a racist, misogynistic and anti Semitic content. Major corporations are also pulling ads from Facebook. Saying the social media giant isn't doing enough to curb hate speech and misinformation case. CBS NEWS Time. 5 34 Why we hate masks. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News radio network. Along with everything else, There seems to be a mask rebellion going on in this country, at least in certain states. I've been trying to figure out why people hate masks so much. Especially men is because they're unmanly is because the government's ordering us to do it. No, I think there's a different explanation, but it's very controversial and so to disarm my critics. I'm going to use a commentary tool that I've never used before, because I don't use it very well. It's my ukulele. Here we go. 1234.
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Be re envisioned KCBS is Kathy Novak tells us the mayor has released a new reform plan for the SFPD it's a four point blueprint outlining changes the mayor wants to see within the police and other city departments first officer should be demilitarized so they stop using weapons including tear gas and bayonets and tanks against unarmed civilians also ending the use of police to respond to non criminal activities and addressing bias finally redirecting funds to the African American community which says the mayor has long been disadvantaged African Americans are like less than six percent of the population in San Francisco but almost forty percent of the homeless almost fifty percent of those involved in the criminal justice system the kids were dropping out of high school it will be up to the departments to implement the mayor's road map she says the change must go beyond official reforms there aren't racist cops there are constant don't see African Americans as human beings and that's at the core of what we need to dismantle so it's not just the policies it's like how do we completely rid our department of people who have a problem with black people in San Francisco Kathy Novak KCBS a group of bay area lawmakers and lawyers is calling on district attorneys to dismiss cases against peaceful protesters who were arrested KCBS is Margie Shafer reports from Oakland standing in front of a boarded up Oakland city hall Black Panther attorney in the nineteen sixties Tony Serra raised his fist in the air power to the people he reiterated a request of district attorneys following black lives matter protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd got all cases being dismissed in all jurisdictions but especially in the bay area and attorney Curtis Briggs had a request of peaceful protesters that he said could cripple the criminal justice system we're.
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Solution call now at five ten eight three six seventy four hundred that's five ten eight three six seventy four hundred in extravagant date eleven twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS bay area weather with mostly cloudy and foggy skies overnight we'll clear up though by tomorrow afternoon except at the coast sixties to upper seventies tomorrow sunnier and warmer on Saturday and then Sunday Monday we get the rain we've been expecting back to sunny and warmer weather on Tuesday and Wednesday traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS where the time is eleven twenty well we're getting a clearer picture of just how much emergency coronavirus spending is affecting the budget a San Francisco KCBS is Kathy Novak reports the mayor warned some services may be we reduced or eliminated from families to governments the pandemic has been hard on bank accounts mayor London breed says San Francisco is facing a one point seven billion dollar budget deficit over the next two years so what that is going to mean is hard decisions hard cuts impacts on services and so I just wanted to put that perspective out there because this doesn't even take into account the three hundred and seventy five million dollars that we have already spent to help in the efforts around the corona virus pandemic much of that is expected to be reimbursed but that's not guaranteed for future spending the mayor is asking for a more than four hundred thirty million dollar bond to help the goal is to support our city infrastructure like parks and roads and expanding our facilities for our most vulnerable populations board of supervisors will consider the.
Child abuse cases go unreported amid pandemic
"Morning and we're being told to stay home for everyone's safety but the home is not always a safe place reports of domestic violence are on the rise calls to child abuse hotlines though are down nationally and KCBS is Kathy Novak reports there are concerns for kids who can't speak up for themselves Scott Parker spent half her life in foster care when we were ordered to stay home she immediately worried about vulnerable kids they don't always have that big person voice and it's difficult in these situations where they're not going to school where people are seeing them and they can see that Bruce or they can't see that child that has fallen asleep at their desk she's right says John Miller we're very worried about what's happening out there with kids she San Francisco's deputy director of family and child services called the hotline have gone down because a majority of our calls would come from mandated reporters in court and child care one of the challenges her staffer navigating as they shift to managing cases remotely and adjusting family visits to care givers do not want to let kids out of their home wanted is it because they don't know what they'll come into contact with and bring back home so we have to work with that most visits in San Francisco have gone virtual Jennifer Rexrode of the California alliance of care givers says in different counties arrangements are generally on a case by case basis as you can imagine virtual visits are much easier for older children who are able to interact three and under gets to be pretty difficult because their attention span isn't very long and not everyone can access tech to visit virtually making an already layered set of challenges more complicated children and youth in foster care typically have greater and more complex needs than the typical child we know that they have injured trauma and being separated from their family of origin at the very least and often they have suffered much more the governor announced forty two million dollars in funding including for social worker out reach the Balkans for payments to those in the system to help birth families stay together all this during child abuse prevention month more than ever John Miller is really calling on the community to stay aware and you know if you see something say something former foster child scout Parker says that goes for kids living with birth families and with foster families she's a foster and adoptive parent herself now we are all human and we should all be working together and all be looking out for our behavior and the first priority of us as adults is to respect children and to keep
New York State Now Has Ten Times More COVID-19 Cases Than California
"New York state now has ten times more coronavirus cases in California does KCBS is Kathy Novak explains why that's the case there's a lot of talk of courage these days and right now California is is much flatter than new York's Stanford epidemiologist Dr Steven Goodman says that could be because we sheltered in place earlier there is some hint that the actions we're taking right now might be having an effect the problem is of course that everything we see today is a function of what happened a week or two ago but another reason for the higher number of confirmed cases in New York could be because that state is testing many more people and with test still in short supply it's hard to know how many have really been infected the numbers to really focus on a number of hospitalizations and then sadly the number of deaths because those are unaffected by casting right now New York has suffered about four times as many deaths but we have been warned that the worst is yet to come
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I'm Kathy Novak in San Francisco where community groups have highlighted concerns about how people most at risk will access basic needs this time now is ten fifteen we're gonna talk some sports here's Kevin the rats well the big news today from the NBA for Brooklyn nets players including Kevin Durant tested positive for the corona virus the tests were done after the team returned from San Francisco after their March twelfth game at chase center was postponed by the NBA shut down to rant and the three other nets players are being treated by team physicians Durant says he is feeling fine at the moment in the NFL the colts agreeing to one year deal with Philip rivers the Panthers sign former state's backup teddy Bridgewater two or three year deal the big news from the NFL Tom Brady announced this morning he's leaving the patriots and this afternoon the breaker he has a deal in place with Tampa Bay for around thirty million a season after sports stats Kevin Raddatz KCBS form has never mattered more with each hour there are changing developments in the corona virus crisis both here and around the world having a trusted news source is a central vision of large gatherings no fans with warriors game some big shows are being postponed as well we are here for you all news all the time right here on KCBS we are talking about our world today and.
Quarantined cruise ship passengers: 'We're being told next to nothing'
"Almost two hundred people have joined a support group on social media for families of family members of passengers off the grand princess cruise ship remaining quarantine as KCBS is Kathy Novak reports they're complaining their loved ones aren't getting their medication are being tested for corona virus still green's parents in law are in their late seventies and take three to four cruises a year now they're in quarantine at Miramar I mean here's my wife is in tears I can't imagine my in laws are going through they must be scared to death he says after four days they still don't have their luggage they're about to run out of medication and they didn't get breakfast until eleven thirty when you have diabetes that doesn't cut it the market regular nutrition and healthy food my mother along with having a low sugar and event and they brought her a Cup of peanut butter and basically with the attitude at the eat this deal with similar complaints have been posted on a Facebook support group or some family members say their loved ones have no soap in their rooms stressing on the ground staff are doing their best but problems remain Miramar referred us to the CDC for comment the CDC has not yet responded Kathy Novak
Concerns Arise for Grand Princess Cruise Ship Passengers
"Missing soap luggage and medication is KCBS is Kathy Novak reports those are some of the reports coming from passengers from the grand princess cruise ship port now quarantined at US military bases they brought extra medication for their fourteen day cruise just in case but now bill green's parents in law are about to run out he's especially worried about what his diabetic mother in law is being given to eat while quarantine that Miramar they feel like prisoners like they've done something wrong themselves and they're not getting the proper nutrition military locations sure had plenty of time to get food and nutrition and medications available these efforts almost two hundred people have joined a support group on Facebook some report that their relatives are confused about corona virus testing and missing luggage their loved ones are angry well I don't know if you told them what kind of always but I'm pretty ticked off I just married my wife a one month ago and I just got my mother in law and I'm not gonna lose them Miramar referred us to the CDC for comment the CDC has not yet
Cruise passengers under coronavirus quarantine say they lack food, basic medical attention
"Almost two hundred people joined a support group on social media for families of members of passengers off the grand princess cruise ship who are in quarantine KCBS Kathy Novak reports they're complaining their loved ones aren't getting their medication are being tested for the corona virus will greens parents in law are in their late seventies and take three to four cruises a year now they're in quarantine at Miramar here's my wife is in tears I can't imagine my in laws are going through they must be scared to death he says after four days they still don't have their luggage they're about to run out of medication and they didn't get breakfast until eleven thirty when you have diabetes that doesn't cut it they're not getting regular nutrition and healthy food my monologue having a low sugar event and they brought her a Cup of peanut butter and basically with the attitude is that if this deal with similar complaints have been posted on a Facebook support group or some family members say their loved ones have no soap in their rooms stressing on the ground staff are doing their best but problems remain Miramar referred us to the CDC for comment the CDC has not yet responded Kathy Novak
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"C. B. S.'s Kathy Novak reports one expert says we are behind compared to much of the rest of the world when it comes to this country's coronavirus response Harvard global health institute director Dr she's jaws assessment is skating the US has gotten a worse job than almost every major country he says others prioritized testing isolated confirmed cases and traced their contacts now he says the US needs to do three things we need to grab a testing and I'm not really paying attention to the political leaders because they make promises but I am paying attention to Dr Toni found she who is a true national treasure he says we're gonna have testing I think it's going to be great when that check in is all the social distancing stuff your listeners are healing at schools are closing public events to be canceled as peaceful as it is it's completely right back so we need to be doing and finally and as a doctor I can tell you like hospitals and healthcare systems to get ready because we're gonna have a lot of patients showing up with one of our many of them can be very sick we got open up beds we gotta get doctors and nurses trained we gotta protect the healthcare workforce we do all of that I think we're gonna get through this okay Kathy know that KCBS KCBS news time six thirteen reaction coming in from the world of golf on the postponement of the masters all of our sports coming up in two minutes here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of vanilla Dutch anti Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar delivery you loading up on things.
COVID-19 is officially a pandemic... now change your password
"In a global pandemic the advice from cyber security experts is change password KCBS is Kathy Novak explains since late January scammers have been adapting their methods to take advantage of the coronavirus state found that a new angle on that and they're using it for everything that they can potentially thank god from malware to credentials dash T. email fraud domain registration file name all of it Proofpoint researcher shared to Grupo says they're posing as official institutions including the World Health Organization to scam people looking for information and they're pretending to be company sending remote work policies to employees so what can you do be skeptical of links before clicking especially if they're asking for money or personal details read information from official sites and above all says de Grupo never reuse a password get a password manager app a password manager and single use passwords is the best strategy but if you don't feel up to that I think the writing them down actually is a better choice than reusing passwords just keep that note in a safe place Kathy Novak
Cybersecurity experts warn that hackers are targeting people working from home
"And if you're working from home you're not alone many major companies are asking their employees to log again remotely and as KCBS is Kathy Novak reports hackers are trying to capitalize on the situation if you see an email that says click here to see our company's work from home policy Proofpoint researchers shared to Grupo says you should take a second look to make sure it wasn't sent by a scammer they know that many businesses are sending things to their employees to their customers their partners so they're sort of hiding within those legitimate emails kind of trying to fit into that flow to get people to click on them tankers might be fishing for passwords or trying to infect computers with malware if your organization has told you to
Coronavirus: BART will ask for emergency funding as ridership drop continues in San Francisco
"Mart trains meanwhile are thirty percent emptier as this virus keeps people away from public transport tags KCBS is Kathy Novak reports bart is looking for emergency money to help make up for the cash they're losing amid worrying coronavirus news there's one bright side for commuters says Bartoli should trust they won't be crammed up next to each other right now because we just don't have that level of ridership compared to last month three out of every ten writers are staying away we are down thirty percent and ridership and so we are losing a lot of their revenue dollars and that's on top of the amount of money that we are spending in overtime in terms of the extra cleaning effort that's taking place bart estimates that trans leads to around half a million dollars each week day and revenue loss we are going to be looking through that state and federal government and local sources to see if there's some emergency aid that can be provided so that we can keep operating our system at normal service levels and spending extra on cleaning so those who are still paying to ride feel safe
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Reporting live from the new center Kathy Novak KCBS health officials in Contra Costa county say three new cases of the corona virus have been confirmed in their county KCBS is Baba reports live the county's recommending people over the age of fifty with compromised immune systems should avoid large gatherings Bob at a gym or hearing is consistent the more they test the more case of a fight both director Dan petty chorus says three new test came back Thursday night two of the people on the diamond printer came back there were twenty first the other came across two percent body who is affected in another county the county is telling people over the age of fifty and both with things like diabetes heart disease cancer they should not go into large gatherings and they're this and they're telling thanks genius centers in places like nursing homes to just cancel the big goals and movie nights reporting live in Martinez by Booker T. C. B. S. thanks Bob leaders in the East Bay taking new steps to protect against corona virus they're also urging people not to over react KCBS is Doug Solomon reports from Berkeley with that part of the story the level of anxiety and fear in Alameda county is disproportionate to the low number of confirmed cases of coronavirus Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf says people should take common sense precautions but not over react as leaders we are trying to send a very clear message to prevent to prepare and to not panic and that is a careful balance that we have to all maintain so some but not very many public events are being canceled but most people are trying to go about their lives albeit with cleaner hands and fewer handshakes or group hugs Berkeley mayor Jesse Arreguin says there's not a major outbreak here yeah I think it's important just acknowledge we have one case but what's important is for people to take the steps necessary to prevent the spread of the virus first responders in Oakland or changing protocols to guard against possible exposure Berkeley a set up public hand washing stations in Berkeley Doug sovereign KCBS the annual south by southwest arts and technology festival in Austin has been canceled mayor Steve Adler announced it today declaring a local disaster in response to the threat of the corona virus the announcement comes days after several high profile companies pulled out of the festival which was scheduled for March thirteenth to the twenty second more than fifty thousand people have signed a petition seeking to get the festival canceled at least six cases of the corona virus have been reported in the Houston area here's another place where the coronavirus concerns are rising outbreak fears prompting action at the cal state university system it is suspending its study abroad programs in China Italy South Korea also urging all students currently in those programs to return to the U. S. so far no corona virus on any cal state campus and we're just getting word into the newsroom via the Santa Clara county public health department confirming for new cases of covert nineteen today this brings the number of cases to twenty four the four cases are not believed related to each other coming up on KCBS the outbreak fears are fueling a bean boom we'll find out what food producers are doing to ease the public worries right now we need to update the slow.
California Nurses Battling Coronavirus Beg for Protective Gear and Better Planning
"The nurses union says its members are confused and frustrated because they don't have enough information and equipment to treat coronavirus patients KCBS is Kathy Novak reports dozens of nurses are under self quarantine one Kaiser Permanente nurse who wanted to remain anonymous says after she treated a covert nineteen patient she became sick but the CDC won't test her her colleague Deborah burger read her statement they said they would not test me because if I were wearing the recommended protective equipment then I wouldn't have the corona virus what a ridiculous and uneducated response from the department that is in charge of the health of this country Kaiser says its teams are trained and properly
California cruise ship guests advised to stay in rooms as US coronavirus cases grow
"The grand princess cruise ship that's been linked to a cold did nineteen death in California remains off our coast at this hour it was supposed to dock in San Francisco but that plan may still changes official await officials await test results from passengers who may have been exposed we get more from KCBS is Cathy no back some of the passengers on a cruise ship that's being held off the California coast have been tested for corona virus after the Coast Guard flew in kits former KCBS traffic reporter lan connect these parents are on board and say they've been told to stay in their rooms they have no idea where they will disembark they said a lot of that has to do with the testing that will take place with the sixty two passengers who were on the Mexican Riviera cruise and any of those who are currently on the crews that have symptoms related to the virus another case linked to that ship was confirmed in cinema county today nurses are worried they're not prepared to treat coronavirus patients union director Bonnie because steel at Kaiser Roseville today I can tell you nurses are extremely frustrated confused and concerned about their well being the well being of their patients families and the public in a statement Kaiser says its teams are trained and properly equipped to safely care for patients Kathy Novak KCBS meanwhile here is the latest on that ship status as of Thursday night princess cruises says forty five people aboard the grand princes have been tested for the corona virus they were all tested on Thursday these are both crew members and guests who at some point during the cruise were or still are suffering flu like symptoms the test samples were delivered to a state to meant a public health lab in Richmond the results of those tests are expected later on on Friday there are currently more than thirty five hundred people aboard the Graeme princess they represent fifty four nationalities following guidelines received from the CDC all guests have been asked to stay in their state rooms while test results are pending and again we expect to find out later Friday the results of the corona virus test what happens next to the ship will be determined after health officials know the
"kathy novak" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Of our news is sponsored by DG DG dot com searching for a new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com our other top story today the corona virus movie goers and music fans are having to double check their plans as artists cancel shows around the world because of covert nineteen KCBS is Kathy Novak reports one festival in Silicon Valley is still happening the Cinequest festival is bringing audiences more than a hundred and fifty US and world premieres but there have been some changes as CEO how often Hussey explains now our friends in China and South Korea and they're not coming but they're sending their movies we don't have travelers coming in from San Diego or Seattle same thing or showing their movies the Stanford theatre isn't taking any chances closing temporarily it says out of an abundance of caution East Bay band Green Day is postponing Asian shows but has he says at times like these people need the arts and we're here to celebrate and to share and to have amazing experiences like our world premiere of John Pinette tonight a film about a man that made us laugh that's what we need these days making people laugh online an unlikely musical hit in the form of an informational video for Vietnam's department of health the wave of hand washing dances on the app tick tock Kathy Novak KCBS the Bloomberg market minute give you sponsored by B. two G. and associates and here's the recounts the sellers returned to Wall Street after a one day respite market gave back more than half of Monday's gains on fears that the fed's latest effort would not be enough to blunt the impact of the corona virus that Jones industrial average tumbled seven hundred eighty six the S. and P. five hundred plunged eighty seven and the nasdaq composite slid two hundred sixty eight the fed slashed interest rates by half a percentage point its first emergency move since two thousand eight the chairman Jay Powell acknowledged that the fed doesn't have all the answers fed policymakers next meet in about two weeks JPMorgan chase is asking many of its U. S. employees to work from home to test its contingency plans should offices need to close about ten percent of chase consumer bank employees are working remotely Columbia University and New York University or suspending sponsored student travel abroad as corona virus spreads Rutgers canceled its study abroad program yesterday Larry Kaski.
Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Safe Injection Site Opening in Philadelphia
"Moves to open a safe injection site for drug users in San Francisco may have just gotten a leg up is K. C. B. S.'s Kathy Novak reports plans are a go for the first safe injection facility in the country this one in Philadelphia after a federal judge there ruled the site wouldn't be violating federal law a federal judge found that nonprofit safe houses plan to provide medically supervised drug consumption does not violate the controlled substances act safe houses run to gold find considers what that could mean here he has this ruling we open if successful in San Francisco tried the same thing even laughed out the benefit of a court order do we think that the US attorney in your district we take action or would this signal a little bit of a stand down on the department of justice state senator Scott Wiener support safe injection sites but he says there are still legal risks to opening one in San Francisco the trump administration has been threatening legal consequences for for operating a fifth construction site and but the threat we have to be very mindful of he says he's optimistic about changing state laws to allow the facilities but says the federal barriers will be