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"ken yeager" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Us broaden necks. He was arrested on two counts of second-degree murder and one count of rate Kansas. Geico, Pola and Lynn sith all went to Virginia Beach vacation that year they were found murdered on June thirtieth inside their oceanfront motel after an exhaustive investigation. The case went cold, then last fall Virginia Beach police began to research a strong lead which resulted in the arrest. President Trump continues to insist that he will not release tax returns. And so far the IRS is an interested either, the democratic chairman of the House Ways and means committee give the IRS Commissioner of the deadline of today to turn over the past six years of the president's tax returns, Richard Neal says his committee is considering oversight and legislative proposals relating to how the IRS audits presidents Republican Tom Reed, a member of the committee says that's not the reason at all not about tax administration. This is about political and weaponising the tax Bill for political purposes and Americans should be concerned about this. The president continues to say he won't release his tax returns because he's under audit. Although the IRS says there's no prohibition against him doing so on his own Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill, a northern California based startup says, it's developing a contraceptive that will change the industry. Your choice therapeutics start up by researchers out of UC Berkeley is about ten years away. It says from a pill taken on demand daily that has hormone. Free so safer prevents sperm from getting to an egg. So highly effective and would be for women and men it would be out for women. I in the form of a vaginal gel that about six years, and then a couple of years later in pill form for both women and men that's correspondent Jim Rupe? The company says it wants to develop the pill without the common side effects. It hopes to release the product by twenty twenty five a new fast food restaurant in Silicon Valley is drawing the attention of gay rights organizations LGBTQ community in San Jose is deeply offended that the city approved a chick fillet at the airport. Ken Yeager, the city's first openly gay city council member says it sends the wrong message air, travelers are they going to see they're going.

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At national parks, Americans blame both sides for shutdown

24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

At national parks, Americans blame both sides for shutdown

"Up government shutdown has caused national parks to close Ken Yeager with the Yosemite climbing association on how the area has already been affected a lot more trash on the side of the road and off in the woods and the turnout behind boulders a lot more toilet paper. It's just that the services that were available in the park were very limited and not enough for the amount of people that

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"ken yeager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And other California law. Starting started New Year's day. Advances pet protections by allowing judges in divorce proceedings to consider the best interests of the pets and create custody. Arrangements for them. Hurry for California. The great state of California cats, and dogs were also rescued by the farm Bill signed this month by President Trump, which includes a provision, formerly banning the slaughter and trade of those animals for human consumption before the Bill it was legal in forty four states to turn cats and dogs in the foods. It's it's it's a bad situation that forty nine states allow pet stores to sell animals, providing a motivation for breeding mills, which resulted in the death a gruesome death. Of many many, many poppies, titties and rabbits. Let's go to I rich and Weymouth open lines talk about whatever you want rich. Hey, grab what's going on that much? All right. Hey. I'm a rescue guy. We rescued a couple years back. We call it meat head. It was nice. But great dog live seventeen years. Making a profit on the adults. I think someone's breeding I'm and they take him to the vet. And they get all the shots retake care of him. I think they're entitled to make a little bit of a profit reading is reading is a different thing. I know that there are people into that sort of thing. I think Wayne who listens is into is a person who likes particular breeds of dogs. I I guess I don't have a problem with that. If it's either direct. Yeah. But I'm not a big fan of the puppy mills that kind of stuff that's not cool. As far as winter goes back to that subject. I'm kind of tie guy. I was gonna wind up getting into a Kolkata remote. Is it worth it? No, I gotta run out and start and then run back in remotes definitely worth it. BMW heated seats here. Stairwells way to go shoveling socks hated about which I'm not a fan of. So I don't embrace it. I don't hype in it. I just can't hibernate hate it. You hate it. I'm not a fan of the snow. What do you do about the windshield wipers, and when it snows in leave them up? Yeah. Psycological galley just leave them up. You mean out out from the glass off the glass? Yeah. 'cause if they freeze on. Damage the motor. Yeah. It's not good. So that's where I'm at with that motorcycle guy had a few crashes I had a nine hundred as well. Seventy-three very much. We do have to break. In a half in thirty seconds. Six seven two five four ten thirty. Your vehicle couple things. Open lines. We've been talking a lot about tips for winter your vehicle how to kinda ease the pain of the snow dump it on your car. Tips on that might make cleaning it off easier deal. Like a particular kind of tires started tire snow tires heated seats, you like the remote start changed. Do you warm? Your car up. And also is new law. That puts a leash on pet store. Sales. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Update in their first action and control of the house of representatives. Democrats plan to adopt a Bill today to end the federal shutdown without funding, a border wall CBS's Natalie brand from the White House Nancy Pelosi says her plan would reopen government agencies currently closed funding them through September as separate Bill would fund homeland security into early February, but not include money for the wall. I question to the president. And to the Republicans is why don't you accept what you have already done to open up government shutdown has caused national parks to close Ken Yeager with the Yosemite climbing association on how the area has already been affected a lot more trash on the side of the road and up in the woods and the turnout behind boulders a lot more toilet paper. It's that the services that were available in the park were very limited and not enough for the amount of people that were coming to. Visit CBS news. Update. I'm Matt piper. Hey,.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Good evening. Top stories here at ten fifty three on a Wednesday evening. Two suspects in custody and several charges after fleeing police officers were approaching the improperly parked vehicle when the suspects took off in the area of grand river and patent while going through a red light. Their vehicle was struck leading them to flee on foot charges, including possession of a stolen motor vehicle and fleeing and looting many of the national parks reeling from the effects of not having staff to clean up its facilities due to that partial government shutdown Ken Yeager who founded a five day event to clean up the Yosemite. National park telling us how the area has been affected trash and the human wave or the two biggest problem so bad outhouses there, and they were emptying dumpsters. And trash cans, it probably wouldn't be that bad today marking twelve days of that partial government shutdown. No end in sight the latest from CBS news at eleven o'clock. Well, we. Had some interesting weather as of late rain, freezing rain, some snow as well mother nature, though, isn't keeping Michigan department of transportation crews off of the Reuther in McComb county. They're working to reopen that entire stretch of freeway after eight months and ninety million dollars. The reconstruction project eastbound on six ninety six from I seventy five to I ninety four is done and back. Open two lanes to start all four backed by Thursday. Welcome news to commuters like Thursday, miles of Detroit. That's my favorite freeway. So now, you got it back. I got it back. I traveled that every frigging day has it been tough tough. Yeah. Tom Miller of east point agrees makes my commute a lot easier. Especially with the service drives getting out because I'm right off the service drive so trying to get out during the day. It'll be a lot easier. Now now that the eastbound is back open some sign a Jan lane. Work continues on the westbound stretch of six ninety six from ninety four back to seventy five which I'm told will fully reopen early next week. John Hewitt, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty..

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Maxine out the number of people and services that we can have in this facility. This is a good size facility and everyone behind hope village. The organizers have done everything they promised that. They would do you can get clean and orderly and organized. He says they're going to ask the city to allow thirty residents and to expand the timeframe to eighteen months in. Instead of the current six with the third location. So we're not interested in going someplace else, very soon. Peter merlin. Call is one of the organizers of hope village who's been a burden on them as well. Because after get all uprooted and move stuff, and then we settled, and uploaded and moved off resettled. So we're really hopeful that the city is going to cooperate with the county, and and with us and give us the extra time and the extra people in San Jose, Megan gold, speak KCBS. The Santa Clara county board of supervisors is expected to approve a measure today. KCBS is Mike Holguin reports it would create only the second LGBT focused homeless shelter in the nation. The downtown San Jose side, which is owned by the city will be leashed to the county. Supervisor Ken Yeager, the first openly gay board member here said LGBTQ individuals make up about a third of the homeless a lot of kids are kicked out of their houses because they're gay or if they're living with roommates and the roommates find out that they're gay. You're still a lotteries much and misunderstanding about t q people. I think that's one of the their life's circumstances. Often end up that they're living on the streets. Adrian, keel, director of LGBT programs for family and children's services. So the community faces a disproportionate amount of housing, insecurity. Maybe they're experiencing.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Streets in foster city during the afternoon commute conundrum horrible living nightmare. They're all coming onto the side streets to try and get to the bridge, and it can. Take a long time foster sitting mayor Sam Hindi says commuters looking to avoid the one oh one ninety two freeway juncture take foster city streets to get to the San Mateo bridge it clogged the roadways. It's also a problem on third avenue in San Mateo. The biggest problem I think is the imbalance between job creation on this side of the bay and housing construction. Foster city residents came up with the idea to deter drivers from foster city streets. No left turns on hillsdale boulevard between four and seven PM and staff had reservations about it. And rightfully so because we know that it's not gonna be smooth ride. But a new study confirming it is regional traffic impacting the roads prompted a revisit of the idea and city officials are now on board because they expect you as mayor or the council member to solve their problems. We have some power there's no guarantee and the result, though, that's the big things we need to try something no left turn on hillsdale likely lead to further backups initially. But commuters may learn they won't save time cutting through foster city and stay on the freeway has to be coordinated strategy. So we would be working with the ways of the world all the navigation app to inform them that. There will be no left. Turn an outreach meeting will be held later this month to discuss the traffic relief pilot program, and if the pros outweigh the cons, the no left turn trial on hillsdale boulevard could be in place by the end of the year in foster city Margie Schaefer, KCBS Santa Clara county board of supervisors is expected to approve a measure tomorrow KCBS is my Cogan said it would create only the second LGBT focused homeless shelter in the entire country. The downtown San Jose site, which is home of the city will be leashed to the county. Supervisor Ken Yeager, the first openly gay board member here said LGBTQ individuals make up about a third of the homeless a lot of kids are kicked out of their houses because they're gay or if they're living with roommates and the roommates find out that they're. Gay. There's still a lotteries at much and misunderstanding about Q people. I think that's one of the their life's circumstances. Often end up that they're living on the streets. Adrian, keel, director of LGBT progress her family and children's services, so the community faces a disproportionate amount of housing, insecurity. Maybe they're.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To overturn punitive damages against the company in August to San Francisco jury awarded Dwayne Johnson, a former groundskeeper two hundred eighty nine million dollars Johnson claims the company's weed killer roundup contributed to his terminal cancer, and that Monsanto should have labeled their products, having potential health hazards in her ruling, the judge wrote that in the previous trial. Johnson had failed to produce evidence of malice or oppression by Monsanto. I'm Danielle Benton. K Q E news Santa Clara Santa Clara county is taking steps to buy two hospitals owned by verite health, which filed for bankruptcy in August cake. Peter Jon Shuler reports supervisors made the decision late yesterday. The supervisors unanimously authorized staff to move forward with the process to bid on the two hospitals O'Connor in San Jose. And Saint Louise and Gilroy they also voted to create thirteen hundred positions to hire the employee of the two facilities. Supervisor Ken Yeager. I think there's a lot of excitement and a lot of good energy in purchasing. These hospitals that I think will serve the county and our residents very well in the future. But board president Joseph median says funding is going to be tough. This is a very big lift. And I think we should acknowledge that on the record how the county will fund the purchase and operation of the hospitals is still unclear on Peter, Jon. Schuler news more fallout over the Google data breach. The company says a bug discovered this week expose the private information of Google plus users now at least three lawmakers are calling for an investigation cake senior Silicon Valley editor Tanya, mostly explains at a privacy hearing this week, Connecticut democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal complained that there are no meaningful federal consumer protection laws for users of sites like Facebook and Google until there is an effective enforcer at the federal or state level with federal standards backed by strong resources in thirty consumers will continue to be at risk Blumenthal is sending a letter to the Federal Trade Commission calling for an investigation into why it took Google seven months to share with users that security flaw exposed the personal information of up to five hundred thousand people Google and Facebook have not yet responded to calls for comment. I'm Tanya Moseley K Q E. D news. Meantime, California US Senator. Kamala Harris is continuing to ask about allegations that supreme court Justice Breyer Cavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman when the two were in high school cavenaugh denies the allegations. During a hearing on the Senate homeland security committee, Harris grilled FBI director Christopher Wray about what the FBI actually looked into. So in this situation was your direction limited in scope. Or were you given full direct discretion to investigate whatever your agency thought was appropriate to figure out what happened. I think I would say that our investigation here are supplemental update to the previous background investigation was limited in scope. And that that is consistent with the standard process for such investigations going back, quite a long ways. And was did you receive this directive in writing? I would expect that there would be written communications. But I can't speak to that. Here. Can you find the direction and and provide it to this committee? The the documents I would have to see what would be appropriate. Democrats have complained that the FBI probe was unjustly limited and that agents failed to interview relevant witnesses, including cues your Christine Blasi Ford. Republicans say the effort was sufficient Rick having all was confirmed by the Senate Saturday on a vote of fifty to forty eight. He was sworn in later that day and took the bench for his first round of oral.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"All news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. There's an effort underway in San Jose to preserve some of the city's historic signs as case. CBS Matt Bigler reports while some see the roadside signs as old ads. Others see an important part of San Jose's history. Perhaps the best example of an old sign. Endanger danger of date with the wrecking ball is the old orchard supply hardware, sign on west San Carlos. She didn't assign like that be saved in San Jose. On my opinion. Yes. Because history I came from the old country Italy. And that is a lot of eastern in the country says Orlando, Scott z now, these advertisements may not be the leaning tower of PISA, but Santa Clara county supervisor Ken Yeager says they tell a story of San Jose's past when cars were king and stores wanted drivers to notice wanted to have signs that would attract motorists, you know, turn off the street and into the parking lot and do shopping, and so it's called roadsides inaccurate. And that's why these signs are so intriguing fascinating Yeager is calling on the county to do an inventory and evaluation of the old signs in midtown. San jose. And the Burbank neighborhood for possible. Preservation efforts in San Jose, Matt Bigler KCBS, here's KCBS sports anchor. Kevin Radovich with tonight sports special. What a season for the Oakland A's after back to back last place finishes. They have stunned the bay. Baseball world secured a spot in the wildcard game entered happened Monday night after the Yankees knocked out the race with a four one win. But the a celebrated later on with a seven three victory in Seattle. There was some smiles, but there was still some business because you want to do it the right way, you don't wanna losing going there. And celebrate I mean, we'll take it. However, you can get it. But this is the way we wanted to do it. Bob. Melvin had a premonition before the season began telling Vince Qatrani of ninety five seven the game that he felt strongly this team could make it to the postseason. I told him at the end of last year the last game last year. It's too early to start thinking about these celebrations, and when you're going through your workout routines next year visualize this kind of thing, but once we got spring training. And once we start getting on a roll, I knew we had some special things potentially could happen. We got some big players like young third baseman, Matt Chapman. Jayme come to your personal seasons. And a lot of guys first time in the playoffs. No matter. What happens where we play? We're going to be ready. And we just can't wait I'm excited. How about Chris Davis? You could say were celebrating in the moment. So proud of this. The way we overcame closer. Blake Trident got everybody doing their jobs. And I think the fact that we can rely on our teammates every night allows us to play free and easy. So bullpens put as well because we're comfortable their offense. Starters getting deeper to the bullpen. So overall team effort our season is not hung on one group one person. It's a combination. That's what makes us Matt Olsen Sunday. It up. People. I didn't really expect here right now. I think we did. Came out for more. The as and Yankees Wednesday in the wildcard game amazing, Kevin the rat KCBS Santa Clara valley medical center is helping the south bay. Get a jump on flu season with a series of free flu vaccine fares for adults that began today. KCBS reporter Keith men Coney reports director of primary care at valley medical center. Andrea survey says that.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Andrea survey says it's a good idea to get the flu shot early takes about two weeks. Richard take effect now getting a shot can be a pain in the arm but last year's deadly flu season demonstrated. Just how serious this illness can be all know that about eighty thousand people last year died from the flu in the United States. And we did have several very sick people from the flu at valley medical center last year. We want to prevent many people from getting sick as possible. And even for those who are completely on top of it survey says it never hurts to also give a friendly nudge to others who may have forgotten especially members of vulnerable groups like children, and the elderly sometimes people forget that. Gee, maybe, you know, aren't you gain down the street hasn't gotten their flu her flu shot yet? And and hasn't realized that. It's time yet you can find more information about the flu vaccine fares online at valley medical center's website, Keith Makoni KCBS as San Jose goes through a period of historic change. There's concern that signs from the city's past will be lost as KCBS. Matt Bigler reports there's an effort to save some of those old advertisements from the dust benef- history. Midtown San Jose is a part of the city that remains frozen in time at least when it comes to roadside advertising. How could you not know that western appliance sign or the orchard supply hardware, signed or male? Cotton you go on and on about really how many wonderful signs there are Santa Clara county. Supervisor Ken Yeager wants to help preserve some of those neon vestiges of the fifties and sixties by doing an inventory and evaluation for possible preservation efforts and time is of the essence the Mel cotton sign is already gone and some are worried. The original orchard supply sign will be torn down. Now that the company founded in San Jose is closing should assign like that.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Flint oppressed. So it's not city or county money we can turn that into one hundred and fifty individual and family apartments to house. These people county leaders have said the old city hall would require extensive and expensive updating to serve as housing. But supervisor Ken Yeager tells KCBS I'm interested in the feasibility of it that we I. I need to understand if it is if it is in fact legal a vote on the future of the annex building is expected today supervisors meeting, but a final decision could also be delayed in San Jose, Matt Bigler KCBS. Bart. Police will be asking the board this week for money to hire over fifty new officers, but as KCBS reporter, Holly Quantel us wonder actor wants to see civilians patrolling the trains as well already this morning. Bart police took a man into custody on a psychiatric hold when he dragged the woman off a train at the bay fair station at five AM, she wasn't hurt. But she was also not cooperating with police. This is the kind of thing that Bart director Bevan Daphne says makes writers feel unsafe and they wanna see very visible safety presence. Not just an emergency response or not just reviewing videos, but BART's police chief admits they can't be on all trains at all times. So deft. He wants to take a page from San Francisco's Muny and have young unarmed civilian ambassadors in known trouble areas. Many stakeholders around the. Bay area that view the issue of safety differently. Some really wanna see police officers riding the trains, but I think we've we've done as much as we can short term to try and hire officers at I don't know that we're going to have as many is on the system as we really need right now hall Liquan KCBS federal safety. Officials are meeting this morning to determine what led to a close call involving an Air Canada jet at SFO the Air Canada jet fluke, stream, low over four other jetliners filled with passengers as they waited for takeoff. This was July of last year. The board members are most likely to focus on the actions of the account of pilots who may have confused because one of the two parallel runways was closed down and dark. Investigators say the air Air Canada plane was preparing to land on nearby taxiway where the other planes were lined up and came within fifty nine feet of the ground before pulling up here CBS reporter gentleman is following this story, she'll have more on the boards findings later in the. Afternoon. Just ahead on KCBS Butler in San Francisco were harnessed Porsche shipyard residents, call for more soil.

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"I'm Julie Chen Moonves," "Big Brother" host says in sign-off

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

"I'm Julie Chen Moonves," "Big Brother" host says in sign-off

"Julie Chen returned to TV last night with her hosting duties on the show big brother the same week. Her husband les Moonves resigned as CEO of CBS over sexual misconduct allegations. She ended the show with the different sign off. And she usually uses instead of identifying herself simply Julie Chen. She said from outside the big brother house. I'm Julie Chen Moonves Chen didn't address her husband's resignation during the broadcast. A message to her manager seeking comment was not

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Disease in tooth decay. Among other chronic conditions is Santa Clara county. Supervisor Ken Yeager is led the fight here against sugary drinks. Spent a hard fight the soda industry spends billions, of course, dollars advertising directly to kids, but we here in the county or doing whatever we can to educate families. We do seeing the number of sugar sweetened beverages. They give to their children in east, San Jose. Why Colgan KCBS keep our highways clean and avoid getting a ticket KCBS is mortgage. Schaefer reports why it's best not to throw trash out the car window, the California Highway Patrol issues tickets for littering on the freeway when you toss that rapper or in many cases, lighted material officer Ross Lee with CHP says even with the volition of e cigarettes, people are still you. Using matches. We still see Neo cigarettes or cigars or other things in even just discipline active of asking it out the window of tapping dishes. It's a major safety concern went on the road wear or anywhere else that can be close enough any dry foliage type areas causing start a fire other actions considered littering knowing anything that is willfully toss vehicle. A window. That's also relates to loads that are in pickup trucks, rather not properly secured and things that are falling off of those transplant mattress or fridge landing and Elaine could get a mention in a KCBS traffic report. And as the driver, a fine fines vary, depending on the county on the court beast, but Kengo up two thousand dollars in San Jose, Martin Shafer KCBS.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the romaine sold in the us during the wintertime a leading candidate for the open seat on the santa clara county board of supervisors could be in trouble kcbs is michael against says the number of groups have rescinded their endorsed ment of dominic caserta following numerous sexual harassment allegations caserta who's on the santa clara city council is also a civics teacher at santa clara high over the years a number of students have complained of inappropriate touching caserta as denied the allegations kcbs political analyst larry gerston says a come at a bad time in this metoo era any hint of impropriety is almost assumed to be impropriety and the fact is in many cases it is impropriety but that doesn't mean there might be some that sort of thing that washed through the process just because the accusation is made gerson said the fact that labor groups including police and fire unions have pulled their endorsements could have an impact absentee voting started just this week and now this kind of story emerges this is not helpful to a candidate who was considered in the top three or four caserta is running for the district four seat of supervisor ken yeager who's termed out the silicon valley bureau my colgan case cbs a lawsuit filed last week in texas seeks to shut down the daca program and it could create a legal clash that could speed up the process to get this case before the us supreme court president trump's decision in september to phase out the daca program that was shielding hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation resulted in protests and failed congressional effort to salvage it some experts say that it's a matter of win not if the supreme court will rule on the program a muslim woman is taking the ventura county sheriff's department to court claiming that she was deprived of her religious freedom while in custody margaret carreira reports from our sister station knx in los angeles as a practicing muslim jennifer.

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'Dreamers' ask to defend DACA program against Texas legal assault

News, Traffic and Weather

02:00 min | 2 years ago

'Dreamers' ask to defend DACA program against Texas legal assault

"Of the romaine sold in the us during the wintertime a leading candidate for the open seat on the santa clara county board of supervisors could be in trouble kcbs is michael against says the number of groups have rescinded their endorsed ment of dominic caserta following numerous sexual harassment allegations caserta who's on the santa clara city council is also a civics teacher at santa clara high over the years a number of students have complained of inappropriate touching caserta as denied the allegations kcbs political analyst larry gerston says a come at a bad time in this metoo era any hint of impropriety is almost assumed to be impropriety and the fact is in many cases it is impropriety but that doesn't mean there might be some that sort of thing that washed through the process just because the accusation is made gerson said the fact that labor groups including police and fire unions have pulled their endorsements could have an impact absentee voting started just this week and now this kind of story emerges this is not helpful to a candidate who was considered in the top three or four caserta is running for the district four seat of supervisor ken yeager who's termed out the silicon valley bureau my colgan case cbs a lawsuit filed last week in texas seeks to shut down the daca program and it could create a legal clash that could speed up the process to get this case before the us supreme court president trump's decision in september to phase out the daca program that was shielding hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation resulted in protests and failed congressional effort to salvage it some experts say that it's a matter of win not if the supreme court will rule on the program a muslim woman is taking the ventura county sheriff's department to court claiming that she was deprived of her religious freedom while in custody margaret carreira reports from our sister station knx in los angeles as a practicing muslim jennifer.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Seven thirtyseven cbs news special report i'm gary nunn kcbs news time ten fifty one prescription drug give back day is april twenty eighth but his kcbs is making golsby reports one bay area counties been trying to make this not just a day but a movement thanks to account ordinance passed last year santa clara has more than fifty prescription drug drop off locations already and expect to have double that by the end of the year it's the most of any california county says state attorney general heavier sarah it's an important tool that people can use to keep our waterways our communities but most importantly our families safe and it's a big step in the ongoing fight against prescription drug abuse gradulate the county ahead of this month's prescription drug give back day it's all about educating residents says santa clara county supervisor ken yeager about what those drop off sites look like the answer kind of like a mailbox and they're mostly pharmacies and clinics some point then people make the connection oh that's what that's for or i didn't realize that i could do that and because we're trying to reach the goal that there's one for every twenty thousand residents in the county that we will have enough spread out throughout the county that people will just automatically know what therefore megan gold speak kcbi potential breakthrough for marijuana as a medicine us health officials say a treatment made from cannabis significantly reduces seizures in children with severe epilepsy and should be approved for use in the united states the fda posted the review of the experimental medication head of a public meeting this week the formulations a product of a british drugmaker gw pharmaceuticals it's seeking approval to sell a purified liquid form of ingredient found in cannabis to treat seizures in children the ingredient does not get users high if medicines approved it could spur new pharmaceutical research into other cannabis based products.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Visit panerabread dot com dissipating locations only food as it should be cbs news time six forty three santa clara county is hoping to get the word out about its copious prescription drug drop off locations as kcbs as megan cole goalby reports this comes ahead of a dedicated day later this month to teach people weird get rid of their old pills prescription drug drop off date may be over a week away but says attorney general heavier bizarre up on the twenty eighth when we'll have heightened national attention to the issue we hope that people will be ready and there's no better place to be ready to get rid of old prescriptions that you aren't taking anymore with the goal of keeping them at a family members and kids hands says santa clara county supervisor ken yeager there are now fifty seven drop off locations at pharmacies and law enforcement agencies across the county by the end of this year we expect to have a hundred disposable kiosks more take back options than any other county in california it's thanks to a law that went into effect last year requiring prescription drug companies design and implement programs to make it easy to give back unused drugs because if they just sit in your medicine cabinet they can be stolen says the sarah and if you just throw them away washing these medicines can poison our waterways and euros thrown in the trash can not only injured but might kill megan gold speak kcbs what say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Blood flow to the brain however they may also be a component that's directly affecting the brain we are improving the architecture the wiring the connectivity and communication going on in the brain itself physical fitness that you can squeeze in obviously a very good thing yes and the earlier you start the better and it's you don't have to do crazy levels of fitness we're talking about one hundred and fifty minutes a week of moderate level aerobic activity dr tara derulo diabetics and others who take injectable medication will be getting an easier way to dispose of their syringes kcbs is my colgan explains requires manufacturers to set up at least one hundred kiosks around the county where people can drop off their used syringes santa clara county supervisor ken yeager he's are going to be but they call kiosks ever going to be throughout the county drugstores hospitals clinics that are very easily accessible we do know that one point seven million sharps each month are used here in santa clara county so we know it's a big issue county has materials program manager bill grime says right now sharpe's are called are ending mostly in the wrong places we're seeing them at recycling facilities were seeing them at landfills even worse in an urban area people go through rummage through trash people rummage through materials even animals are getting into our core it'll take about six months to get the kiosks set up in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs hey remember the mortgage meltdown of two thousand eight have you.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Blood flow to the brain however they may also be a component that's directly affecting the brain we are improving the architecture that wiring the connectivity and communication going on in the brain itself physical fitness that you can squeeze in obviously a very good thing and the earlier you start the better and it's you don't have to do crazy levels of fitness we're talking about one hundred and fifty minutes a week of moderate level aerobic activity dr tara derulo diabetics and others who take injectable medication will be getting an easier way of disposing of their syringes kcbs as my cogan tells us more about that requires manufacturers to set up at least one hundred kiosks around the county where people can drop off the used syringes santa clara county supervisor ken yeager are going to be what they call kiosks ever gonna be throughout the county drugstores hospitals clinics that are very easily accessible we do know that one point seven million sharps each month are used here in santa clara county so we know it's a big issue county hazardous materials program manager bill grimes says right now sharp or call are ending up mostly the wrong places we're seeing them recycling facilities were seeing them at landfill even worse in an urban area people go through rummage through trash people rummage through materials even animals are getting into our core it'll take about six months to get the kiosks set up in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs federal judge stepped in and free to homeless man from jail by using the san francisco judge by ruling that the san francisco judge set the bail unconstitutionally high kcbs gentlemen reports on the latest case to challenge the money bail system in california this case involves a man charged with burglary and with no ability to pay his three hundred thirty thousand dollars bail public defender jeff adachi office challenged that bail in federal court third time that a federal judge has stepped in and ordered a hearing and in san francisco we've been trying to reform the bail system for many years as it stands now judges said from the highest bills in the country just go the problem according to the federal judges that the high bail had no logical relationship to protecting the public if the.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To podcasts it's news time eleven forty two diabetics and others who take injectable medication will be getting an easier way of disposing of syringes here's kcbs is my colgan requires manufacturers to set up at least one hundred kiosks around the county where people can drop off their used syringes santa clara county supervisor ken yeager es are going to be what they call kiosks ever going to be throughout the county drugstores hospitals clinics that are very easily accessible we do know that one point seven million sharps each month are used here in santa clara county so we know it's a big issue county hazardous materials program manager bill grimes says right now sharp says are call are adding up mostly the wrong places we're seeing them at recycling facilities we're seeing them at landfills even worse in an urban area people go through rummage through trash people rummage through materials even animals are getting into our core it'll take about six months to get the kiosks set up in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs united airlines says the flight attendant who ordered a passenger to put her pet carrier in the overhead bin did not know there was a puppy inside but the airlines account is contradicted by the family united said the passenger did mention the dog but the flight attendant claims not to have heard or understood that there was a dog in the bag the bag was stowed in the overhead compartment and the puppy was dead when the flight landed hours later and united airlines mistakenly flew a kansas family's dog to japan cara swindle and her two kids flew from oregon to kansas city on a united flight they went to the cargo facility to get their german shepherd but we're giving a great dane instead the dog's got mixed up and swindles dog wound up in japan the airline is allowing the shepherd to.

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"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ken yeager" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ever requires manufacturers to set up at least one hundred kiosks around the county where people can drop off their used syringes santa clara county supervisor ken yeager es are going to be what they call kiosks that are gonna be throughout the county drugstores hospitals clinics that are very easily accessible we do know that one point seven million sharps each month are used here in santa clara county so we know it's a big issue county hazardous materials program your bill grime says right now sharpshooters or call are ending mostly in the wrong places we're seeing them at recycling facilities we're seeing them at landfills even worse in an urban area people go through rummage through trash people rummage through materials even animals are getting into our core it'll take about six months to get the kiosks set up in the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs there's the question of whether or not the united airlines flight attendant knew there was a dog inside a women's path carrier when she ordered that passenger to put it in the overhead bin the french bulldog inside died during a flight between houston and new york on monday night united says today that the customer did mention the dog with the flight attendant didn't hear or understand her witnesses and the customer dispute united's claim and questioned why she was told to put the pat in the overhead bin in the first place united which promotes its pet shipping program called pet safe carries more animals than any other airline but it's animal death rate is also the highest in the industry ride hailing company lift is getting into the selfdriving business the company is joining forces with a big canadian auto parts supplier to develop self driving vehicles lift and magna international will share expenses on a multi year project that could put them in the lead.

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