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04:31 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Look for high temperatures in the fifties and public radio the time is six fifty one. This is the California report good. Good morning. I'm lily dramatically on location at man's Anita community school in Oakland. Where for the second time in two months. A major California school district is in the middle of a messy strike Oakland. Teachers are walking out for more money and better working conditions. These strikes are raising critical questions about how well the state is funding education yesterday. Many Oakland principles went to Sacramento to make the case for more money. Vanessa run Cagno followed along. Hey, we need a good hashtag for the day. Anyone has one in mind. Mo money principles for more money now. More than thirty principles carpet in representing a third of Oakland unified schools. They had three asks more per pupil funding charter school reform and debt relief for their district, which still owes over thirty million dollars on a state rain. So this. Inside one of their first steps was assembly member, Patrick O'Donnell's office. He tears the education committee. How's everybody? Thanks coming in. And this is the Oakland unified, correct? Okay. Great. We came up here on the eve of a big strike, Oakland international high school principal. Darius here supporting our teachers, and our students and wage can here to give you frontline voices from the school principal. Stacey Morrison of Oakland tech took over to talk funding on my students are still reading books that site Barack Obama as a Senator we struggle with paper kiss deserve more after listening for about ten minutes. The assemblymen spoke up I will push and pull my colleagues this year as much as I can Donald specifically address their concerns that triggers take money away from the district and aren't held to the same legal standards yesterday. We did push through the Senate education committee a Bill that spoke to try charter transparency, meaning they need to show where their dollars go next. They had straight to governor newsome's office and good luck. They didn't have an appointment, but they hustle. The meeting there with. Strategist behind those giant double doors for the California report, I'm Vanessa Daniel, and we will be reporting from the picket line here at man's Anita community school and at schools throughout Oakland unified all morning long. You can find more information on the strike at K Q E, D dot org slash Oakland schools. Well, there is a settlement this morning between the US government and two sisters who alleged they were sexually assaulted at the US Mexico border cave. EPR's carry Kline reports they were on their way to the San Joaquin valley. The two were teenagers when they fled Central America in two thousand sixteen to join their mother in Fresno county after getting lost in the Texas desert. They were picked up by US customs and border protection attorney at helicopter L Saito with the American Civil Liberties union says that's what an agent separated them strip search them and touched them inappropriately incredibly awful for their two sisters who were fleeing violence in Guatemala and. Really were looking to find safe haven in the United States following a federal lawsuit from the C L U the US government settled with the sisters for one hundred twenty five thousand dollars in October stipulating, they dropped the case the sisters received payment this week Saucedo says this case presented a rare opportunity these types of visas happen, but it's often difficult to identify the victims and for the victims to want to come forward and pursue litigation against the US government. It's unclear if the accused agent was disciplined or even if you still working for customs and border protection. The agency says it can't comment on the decision. Meanwhile, the sisters remained in Fresno county with their mother for the California report, I'm Kerri Klein in Fresno, more than one hundred Catholic leaders from around the globe are gathering in Rome today for a summit aimed at addressing sexual abuse of children in the church. Khloe Veldman reports on what clerics here in California, want the gap. Wondering to accomplish. When pope Francis defrock to cardinal for the very first time a few days ago, Washington's Theodore mckarrick, Bishop of San Jose, Oscar Cantu, took it as a sign of hope that this week's meeting at.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KCRW

"From the school's principal. Stacey Morrison of Oakland tech took over to talk funding on my students are still reading books that site Barack Obama as Senator we struggle with paper at our kids deserve more after listening for about ten minutes. The assemblymen spoke up I will push and pull my colleagues this year as much as I can Donald specifically address their concerns that turtles take money away from the district and aren't held to the same legal standards. A yesterday we did push through the Senate education committee a Bill that spoke to trials charter transparency, meaning they need to show where their dollars go next. They had straight to governor newsome's office. They didn't have an appointment. But they hustled a meeting there with the strategist. Behind those giant double doors for the California report, I'm Vanessa Ron canyon. There is a settlement this morning between the US government and two sisters who alleged they were sexually assaulted at the US Mexico border cave. EPR's Kerry Kline reports they were on their way to the San Joaquin valley. The two were teenagers when they fled Central America in two thousand sixteen to join their mother in Fresno county after getting lost in the Texas desert. They were picked up by US customs and border protection attorney at el-sayed out with the American Civil Liberties union says that's what an agent separated them strip searched them and touched them inappropriately. Incredibly awful for two sisters who were fleeing violence in Guatemala, and really we're looking to find safe haven in the United States following a federal lawsuit from the the US government settled with the sisters for a hundred twenty five thousand dollars in October stipulating, they dropped the case the sisters received payment this week SALCEDO says this case presented a rare opportunity these types of visas happen, but it's often difficult to identify the victims and for the victims to want to come forward and pursue litigation against the US government. It's unclear if the accused agent was disciplined or even if you still working for customs and border protection. The agency says it can't comment on the decision. Meanwhile, the sisters remain in Fresno county with their mother for the California report, I'm Kerri Klein in Fresno, more than one hundred Catholic leaders from around the globe are gathering in Rome today for a summit aimed at addressing sexual abusive. Children in the church. Khloe Veldman reports on what clerics here in California want the gathering to accomplish. When pope Francis defrock to cardinal for the very first time a few days ago, Washington's Theodore mckarrick, Bishop of San Jose, Oscar Cantu, took it as a sign of hope for this week's meeting at the Vatican..

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"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In can here to give you frontline voices. From the school's principal. Stacey Morrison of Oakland tech took over to talk funding on my students are still reading books that site Barack Obama as is in eter. We struggle with paper our kids deserve more after listening for about ten minutes. The assemblymen spoke up I will push and pull my colleagues this year as much as I can Donald specifically address their concerns that turtles take money away from the district and aren't held to the same legal standards yesterday. We did push through the Senate education committee a Bill that spoke to try charter transparency, meaning they need to show where their dollars go next. They had straight to governor newsome's office. They didn't have an appointment, but they hustle. The meeting there with the strategist. Behind those giant double doors for the California report, I'm Vanessa Ron canyon. There is a settlement this morning between the US government and two sisters who alleged they were sexually assaulted at the US Mexico border cave. EPR's Kerry Kline reports they were on their way to the San Joaquin valley. The two were teenagers when they fled Central America in two thousand sixteen to join their mother in Fresno county after getting lost in the Texas desert. They were picked up by US customs and border, protection attorney and helicopter. I'll Seda with the American Civil Liberties union says that's what an agent separated them strip search them and touched them inappropriately. Incredibly awful for their two sisters who were fleeing violence in Guatemala, and really we're looking to find safe haven in the United States following a federal lawsuit from the C L U the US government settled with the sisters one hundred twenty five thousand dollars in October stipulating, they dropped the case the sisters received payment this week SALCEDO says this case presented a rare opportunity these types of abuses happen, but it's often difficult to identify the victims and for the victims to want to come forward and pursue litigation against the US government. It's unclear if the accused agent was disciplined or even if you still working for customs and border protection. The agency says it can't comment on the decision. Meanwhile, the sisters remained in Fresno county with their mother for the California report, I'm Kerri Klein in Fresno, more than one hundred Catholic leaders from around the globe are gathering in Rome today for a summit aimed at addressing sexual abusive. Children in the church. Khloe Veldman reports on what clerics here in California want the gathering to accomplish. When pope Francis defrock to cardinal for the very first time a few days ago, Washington's Theodore mckarrick, Bishop of San Jose, Oscar Cantu took as a sign of hope for this week's meeting at the Vatican..

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"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Never have been a Sam cook. Or and Aretha Franklin. All of them have roots in the sanctified. Sounds of gospel music envy's artists pushed the boundaries of what music could be. I got a little too jazzy in the in the past this clubs. I'm CeCe Winans. Listen to the gospel roots of rock and soul from NPR. That's going to be our eight o'clock special tonight here on weei followed later by one a more people than ever are finding themselves single later in life. Some stay that way. But others are reentering a very different world of dating the scene for those who are silver and go solo. That's next time on one A the one April Graham tonight from eleven till midnight here on k QA public radio where the time is five fifty one. This is the California report. Good morning and happy Valentine's Day. I'm penny Nelson. Well, powerful storms are dumping rain and snow all over the state this week. The weather is snarling traffic bringing down trees and leading to power outages and calls for. Residents near some swollen creeks and rivers to evacuate its a nerve wracking time for people living near the burn areas of the holy fire, which scorched more than twenty three thousand acres in riverside. And Orange County's back in August of two thousand eighteen Riverside County has issued over a dozen evacuation orders since the fire including some right now because of possible mud sides from KABC are in San Bernardino. Daniel FOX has more Suzanne bowel says having no debris basins in her neighborhood has been a nightmare. The concrete bowls at the bottom of canyons. Catch rocks. Mock during heavy rains, I'm trying to sell this house and nobody's touching it. She put her house in lake Elsinore, south of riverside up for sale right before the fire since then she spent tens of thousands of dollars repairing her yard from a mudslide that hit in December insurance would only cover about a fourth of the cost and every time it rains, she has to clear a creek in her yard. Of debris. Those home is in robinhood oaks, the hills are too steep for even debris NATs trucks. Couldn't make it up to unload them that particular community is probably the single toughest one of all the sounds of homes that are at risk. The base of the Cleveland national forest that's Riverside County supervisor Kevin Jeffries, he says beyond helping out with evacuations. There's not much the county can do the creek that runs through the neighborhood and bells yard, it's private property. So the county isn't responsible for dredging it or covering any damage costs. This means when there's a big storm bell, and her neighbors have to clean up all the debris themselves. We live differently. We live real cheaply because I have to pay for things like backhoes. And and, you know, detractors scoopers on them the counties agreed to collect the debris from the streets. If residents put it by their curves, but the rest is on them the evacuations and storms have. Also taken a toll on county resources. Patients had been cleared for decade. And now, we're doing it weekly. That's Jason newly he's the general manager at Riverside County. Flood control. We're talking about moving thousands of truckloads of material that gets trapped behind our dams and sometimes in our channels, and so we've incurred cost of probably over five and a half million dollars to date. Yuli says the office of emergency management has expanded the size of the debris basins over the past several months, so they can capture more material in case of a bigger storm. But he says for neighborhoods that don't have these basins. The only thing people can really do is evacuate for the California report. I'm Daniel FOX in San Bernardino, shifting to politics. Now. Governor Gavin Newsom signed his first pieces of legislation into law yesterday, and his KB PR's Kerry Kline reports he chose to sign them at a central valley school where the water contains a carcinogen and kids. Cannot even use the drinking fountains Newsom introduce the bills to a room full of students at Riverview elementary school in the Fresno county city of Parlier. So we side. Yes. Okay. The legislation pulls one hundred thirty one million dollars out of the general fund for several projects, including emergency preparedness bottled, water and other ways to help communities with unsafe drinking water in the longer term news also committed to the safe and affordable drinking water fund, a pot of money for water projects that had failed to get to former governor Jerry Brown's desk. Newsom however allocated almost five million dollars to the fund and the preliminary budget he introduced last month, I cannot sleep. Well, I know that's a road Cochet thing. But honestly, I don't deserve to be your governor. If I can't figure out a way to get that done appearing alongside state Senator Melissa her Tato who represents Parlier new some also defended his decision to scale back plans for the high speed rail and reiterated his commitment to serving the central valley for the California report. I'm Kerri Klein in Parlier this week, a US delegation that includes trade representatives undersecretaries and Treasury Secretary Steve. Mnuchin is in Beijing for trade talks one of the issues being discussed tariffs of as much as twenty five percent on some Chinese goods coming into US markets anticipation of the tariffs kicking in as early as the first week of March has brought about a surge of cargo orders into American ports. Joining me to talk about what's going on at the nation's largest port is the executive director of the port of Long Beach. Mario cordero. Thank you penny. So what are you noticing at this point at Long Beach is port. Well, number one for the Pearl Long Beach for towns year twenty eighteen we had our best year container movement in one hundred and eight years support. We moved eight point one million containers with superseded twenty seventeen and at that time twenty seventeen was the best year. So for us what we are experiencing growth, and given the fact that that we have a good economy, a global economy, and of course, on that based on consumer demand now. Having said all that there is concerned. With regard to prolong aspect of these trade discussions between the United States in China. Are you associating this beefed up volume to the tariff talks? Well, I think it's fair to say there's a percentage of our growth that may have been due to expedited cargo that is cargo that has come in an anticipation of an application of a tariff. So does the American shipper has expedited this harmful to the port. But on the other hand are forecast. If you go back a couple of years was way before the trade discussions have have evolved. As as we now, see it our forecast was growth. So what kinds of goods are you seeing the biggest increase in and are there specific goods or categories of goods that are impotent killer really coming in at a higher volume than you would expect well in all aspects. I mean, you're you're you're talking about, you know, try furniture textile. Footwear goods that again, come from primarily Asia depart Long Beach. Seventy percent our imports come from China tuna, forty percent of exports from our go to China at the end of the day. The port is the closest proximity to the most important trade route pretty United States, which is the trans-pacific trade route with Asia as a whole that's Mario Cordero executive director of the port.

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"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Really slowly between twenty third street and mid span on the bridge. I'm Peter Finch for K Q E D. Peter's report brought to you by the TJ Martell foundation. And support for kqed comes from Korean air Korean air flights from San Francisco to Seoul servicing twice daily day night Korean air is operating from the new Inchon international airport terminal two Korean air. Excellent in flight and buy up work, a website of professional. Freelancers ready to do whatever needs doing from web development and data science to more up work live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The head of FEMA is warning those who haven't left coastal areas of the Carolinas. Your time is running out NPR's. Greg Allen says most residents are paying attention to mandatory evacuation. Orders ahead of hurricane. Florence Carolina beach is a community of one and two story cottages. Many of them older not likely to stand up to hurricane force winds. Christopher recalls Hurricane Fran in nineteen Ninety-six and severe damage. It did to the house. He shares with his mother Jeanne after staying through that storm this time, they're evacuating. Now, you got water coming up around you. And you can't go anywhere. A helpless feeling that people don't realize that local authorities say they're pleased that even many people involuntary evacuation zones are leaving five shelters in the Wilmington area. Are nearly full many here have gone on buses to shelters in the Raleigh area. Greg Allen, NPR news, Wilmington, North Carolina. Florence is expected to make landfall tomorrow. Authorities in Bakersfield California are still investigating why a gunman killed five people yesterday before taking his own life Kerri Klein with valley public radio says the shooting began at a trucking business suspect shot and killed his wife and another man then shot and killed another person near neighboring sporting goods store. The gunman continued to nearby apartment complex where he shot and killed two victims then hijacked a car with a mother and child inside they managed to escape. This is NPR news from Washington from San Francisco. This news, I'm Brian watt. Bart collected the license plate data of some of its riders last year sent that information to a database that federal immigration officials can access. That's according to the bay area news group. It's also reporting transit agency police kept on transmitting some of that data even after BART's board of directors passed a sanctuary policy that bars, some cooperation with immigration and customs enforcement. A Bart spokesman says that was the result of an accident. The board today is considering new surveillance policy that would govern how? Bart collects and shares information about its passengers. There is often a gap in the type of maternity care that women in California want in the care. They actually get. That's according to a new survey of twenty five hundred new moms cake health reporter, April Dembosky has more one out of seven women said they felt pressure from hospital staff to induce their labor and forty percent were induced that contributed to a higher than recommended rate of c sections and that presents a higher risk of complications women know what they want and what they want is actually what we know is the best quality care, but we're not listening. Stephanie Teleki is with the California healthcare foundation, which funded the survey black women are the least listened to. And it's costing them their lives. The survey found forty two percent of black women had a C section compared to twenty nine percent of white women. Black women also reported much higher rates of anxiety and depression while.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is the California report. I'm John sepulveda's. We begin with a mass shooting in Bakersfield mass shooting that has left six people dead. As is the majority of mass shootings, the male shooter committed violence against his wife in this case fatal violence valley. Public radio's carry Kline reports, the Kern county sheriff's office is reporting that around five twenty pm the suspect and his wife drove to an area near a trucking business in east Bakersfield there he shot and killed one man and his wife then pursued another man killed him outside a nearby sporting goods store next he shot and killed two residents of nearby apartment complex, then he hijacked a car with a mother and child in it who both escaped sheriff's deputies eventually caught up with the hijacked car on the highway and guy. Did it off the road to a parking lot where the suspect fatally shot himself? So far investigators say they know nothing of the suspect's motive nor of a connection to any of the victims other than his wife for the California report. I'm Kerri Klein in Fresno, according to the gun control group. Every town fifty four percent of all mass shootings involve violence against an intimate partner. We're going to stay in the central valley. Lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom is on a bus tour in that region campaigning for himself. But with polls giving him a commanding lead. He's also got time to stump for Democrats running for Republican held congressional seats. Here's Alex hall the six day long bus trek. The blue California tour is making stops in places like Modesto Irvine in Huntington beach where Democrats have often struggled to win..

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"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is five fifty one. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm John Sepulvado. We begin with the mass shooting in Bakersfield, a mass shooting that has left six people dead as majority of mass shootings, the male shooter committed violence against his wife in this case fatal violence valley. Public radio's carry Kline reports the current county sheriff's office is reporting that around five twenty pm the suspect and his wife drove to an area near a trucking business in east Bakersfield there he shot and killed one man and his wife then pursued another man and killed him outside a nearby sporting goods store next he shot and killed two residents at a nearby apartment complex, then he hijacked a car with a mother and child in it who both escaped sheriff's deputies eventually caught up with the hijacked car on the highway and guided it off the road to a parking lot where the suspect fatally shot himself so far investigators say they knew nothing of the suspect's motive nor of a connection to any of the victims other than his wife for the Cal. California report, I'm Kerri Klein in Fresno, according to the gun control group. Every town fifty four percent of all mass shootings involve violence against an intimate partner. We're going to stay in the central valley. Lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom is on a bus tore in that region campaigning for himself. But with polls giving him a commanding lead. His also got time to stump for Democrats running for Republican held congressional seats. Here's Alex hall the six day long bus trek. The blue California tour is making stops in places like Modesto Irvine in Huntington beach where Democrats have often struggled to win. Standing.

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The network CEO was forced out now the longtime executive producer, sixty minutes is going it is Thursday September thirteenth twenty five years ago today, the Oslo accords were signed, Israel and Palestinian seemed on a road east will look back on what's happened since. Here's the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Forecasters say hurricane Florence remains on track to come ashore near the border between north and South Carolina as early as tomorrow afternoon. Florence is about two hundred fifty miles off Wilmington North Carolina as a category. Two storm top sustained winds or one hundred ten miles per hour as Jeff to berry with member station. W UNC reports people have been evacuating in several states at a Wednesday evening briefing, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper said between seven hundred fifty thousand and one million people had been ordered to evacuate shelters in and around Raleigh and Fayetteville. We're at capacity more shelters continue to open to take in people displaced by vacuum. At least fifty shelters are open now across the state a mega shelter capable of housing. One thousand people is now open at an indoor stadium in Winston Salem, Duke Energy is warning that some residents could be without power for weeks. For NPR news. I'm Jeff to berry in Raleigh, North Carolina. Authorities in Bakersfield California are investigating last night shooting that left five people dead before investigators say the gunman took his own life has carry Klein with valley public radio reports the victims were shot in multiple locations. The current county sheriff's office is reporting that the thirty five minute ordeal began around five twenty pm near a trucking business in east Bakersfield, the suspect shot and killed his wife and another man then shot and killed another person near neighbouring sporting goods store. The gunman continued to nearby apartment complex where he shot and killed two victims then hijacked a car with a mother and child inside they managed to escape within minutes. Sheriffs. Deputy spotted the hijacked car on the highway and directed it off the road where the suspect then shot and killed himself. Investigators have not yet released the identities of the suspect or the victims, and they refused to speculate on the suspect's motive or connection to the victims other than his wife for NPR news. I'm Kerri Klein in Fresno, a vote by the full Senate on President Trump's nominee to the US supreme court is moving closer the Senate Judiciary committee meets today to consider federal appeals court. Judge Brad Kavanagh now that his confirmation hearings are over Democrats on the committee say they want more time to examine confidential documents released last night Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana says he sees no reason to vote against Cavanaugh Cavanaugh, testified thirty two hours. I'll listen carefully. I didn't think I asked him softball questions. I spend a lot of time reading larvae articles. And reading is opinions. I came away convinced that he's eminently qualified a Senate vote on cavenaugh is expected before the end of the month. This is NPR news from Washington. The Russian military is carrying out what Moscow was calling the country's largest military exercise on record. It's taking place this week in eastern Siberia and involves about three hundred thousand troops speaking at a firing range earlier today Russian President Vladimir Putin praised the military for their performance calling it high level. He added the Russian war games. Do not signal aggressive plans by Moscow targeting another country. More antigovernment protests are expected today in Guatemala as Maria Martin reports demonstrations have been taking place in the country's capital since Monday student indigenous and civic groups converged on the nation's capital to show their disdain for president Jimmy modalities and this decision to block you went back to anti-corruption commission on Tuesday protesters who are able to block lawmakers from entering the congress. That's preventing a vote on a Bill to make it even harder to bring corruption charges. What the constitutional court says protest. Answers have the right to demonstrate but still interior minister, and they can heart ordered a show of force as some say this country reverts to the authoritarian some of the nineteen eighties. The government says security was normal for NPR news, a Maria Martin authorities in China say the death toll has risen to eleven after they say a man drove an SUV into a crowd in the central part of the country before jumping out and attacking them with a shovel and a dagger had happened Tuesday night in a public square and hanging city officials say there appeared they appear to rule out terrorism. The fifty four year old suspect does have a criminal history. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington..

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Inside the massive Russian ‘war games’ involving 300,000 troops

"Thirteenth twenty five years ago today, the Oslo accords were signed, Israel and Palestinian seemed on a road east will look back on what's happened since. Here's the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Forecasters say hurricane Florence remains on track to come ashore near the border between north and South Carolina as early as tomorrow afternoon. Florence is

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Increasing surf ABC's ginger Zee by Friday early morning. We're talking about hurricane force winds for an extended period in southeastern North Carolina even Fayetteville gets to sixty two miles per hour by Friday afternoon at that point. It is like a washing machine not just the wind. But you've got that storm surge that big bubble of water pushing against the land, Venus, fire crews currently on the scene of a first alarm fire near seventh street and Dobbins road were working. Get more details on that Chandler police say the robber who stole from the Bank of America. Earlier this month near Chandler boulevard and price road has struck. Again, police say this time it happened at a compass Bank near alma school and Elliot roads. The man is seen wearing the same orange and black baseball cap and police are looking for him. If you have any information give Chandler police, a call the criss cross bandit suspects or behind bars after a string of Bank, ROY. Robberies in Phoenix between November of two thousand sixteen July of this year. The FBI says it's a married couple Sitara and Kerri Klein, and they've been indicted for nine Bank robberies. They got the nickname the criss cross bandits because they would alternate who committed the crime while federal law prohibits the sale of cigarettes to anyone under the age of eighteen. The government says the illegal use of by minors has become an epidemic. The FDA issued a warning to e cig manufacturers today giving them sixty days to prove they can keep their products out of the hands of children more than two million middle and high school students were regular users of e cigarettes last year. That's according to FDA. Commissioners Scott Gottlieb who says if the makers cigs can't demonstrate they're protecting the health of minors. The government will step in and changed the marketing status of the products are gonna look at withdrawing the flavored products in the market. We think the fact that these products exist in flavors that are attractive to young people, including certain kinds of fruity flavors as at least one component of what's driving the. Use in what's making these products appealing to teenagers. The FDA also sent warning letters to more than a thousand retailers. Informing convenience store chains in gas stations that there are stiff penalties for selling e cigarettes to anyone underage. Well, let's get a look at traffic.

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KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"kerri klein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Month But she's not, the only one in our, family, whose life is in transition after seventeen years on. The west coast we're, getting ready, to move back east back to where we were. Both born back to where we went to college back to where people. Look, east to see the ocean but decidedly mixed emotions I found myself thinking about our time out west. Out here where people don't immediately assume. Things based on your last name for the next big landmass is Asia Where people just seem a. Little more comfortable thinking and being outside the box as I look back I, realize it's my own kids and the fourth. And, fifth graders. I taught who gave me both the inspiration and. The permission to do many of the things almost remember like walking over the Golden Gate Bridge hiking out to see the elephant seals at Anyanwu gazing up at Redwood trees down at sunflower stars visiting Coyote hills park, glimpsing how people lived in this land of plenty before Europeans arrived I'll treasure the field trips. And the outings and. All the stories I've heard but it's a simple Spanish phrase on most remember Mira vista it's such a common name of streets of schools even a golf course that it's, easy to ignore the. Imperative Mira vista look at the view from the tops of hills in the East Bay watching fog lift role as if it were alive from one hundred places Is all around the bay or herons egrets managed to forage at low tide even. As ten lanes of, traffic race by and from thousand glimpses of the Golden Gate Bridge through backyards and around corners sometimes in the most wonderfully unexpected places Mira vista of course there's something new to see something more to notice every day and everywhere but it was here out west in the stunningly beautiful place that I learned to, look with a perspective I'm Kerri Klein Gary Klein taught fourth and fifth grades at Aurora. School in Oakland and we invite you to share your thoughts on her commentary, by going online to d dot org slash. Perspectives, support for. Perspectives comes from leaf KEB racer Hyman and Bernstein. Seeking Justice for the injured victims of.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

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"From NPR. News in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly secretary of state Mike Pompeo appears before the Senate Foreign Relations committee today NPR's, miles parks, says Pompeo was expected to face questions. About President Trump's recent summit in Finland with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Lawmakers on. Both sides of the aisle wanna know what President Trump talked about last week with Russian leader Vladimir Putin the two met privately in Helsinki and no one knows what if anything was agreed to in. That meeting Pompeo also expected to be pressed on issues like North Korea and. Iran Iran's president to Saad Ruhani is describing this week's warning to Tehran from President Trump as empty threats he did so today at an Iranian. Cabinet meeting Trump said he was responding to comments out of Tehran when he warned Iran, of dire consequences if it threatens the. US smoke from a wildfire burning along the western edge of Yosemite national park in California is prompting officials To order tourists to leave campgrounds and lodges by midday Kerri Klein with valley public radio has more unsafe air pollution levels and dense afternoon smog from the Ferguson. Fire have forced officials to close Yosemite valley and a major highway into the. Park firefighters also need some of that space to store equipment and conduct preventive operations such as prescribed burns this is the first time you've seventy. Valley has been closed due to a wildfire since nineteen ninety the fire is twenty five, percent contained I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington And this is morning edition in w on WNYC in New. York it's seventy three degrees and raining in central park we have a delay is on New Jersey. Transit's northeast Carter Morrison Essex and Mont Clare bulletin lines e trains are delayed FM and our trains. Are delayed and we have delays on. The j. trains as well A Brooklyn couple is returning home after a visit to. Fort drum led to three weeks and immigration detention WNYC's Emily Lang has. More Concepcion and Marguerita Sylva were trying to visit a relative at. The upstate military base they were detained after showing. Their New York City ID's and admitting they were in the US, illegally friends and family raise money. To get the couple released on bond Margarito told Telemundo forty-seven that they're just tired and sad.

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