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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Results are preliminary. Widespread distribution of any vaccine is still many months away, but stock and travel and theme park Cos. Sword on the prospect of a business revival. Meanwhile, shares fell in companies such as Amazon and zoom the thrive by helping people stay home. Scott Horsefly NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was now up to 100 points at 29,358. The NASDAQ is down 150 points. This is NPR. Live from KTVT News. I'm Brian what one of the top officials at a school district in Menlo Park has resigned after his wife posted racist comments about Vice President elect Kamala Harris. John Vin Velo, a former Google executive announced Sunday. He was stepping down. He was the school board president for the last Lomita Elementary School district. His wife, MEREDITH Phillips. Ven Ver Lo, who supports President Trump tweeted, crude and racist remarks about Harris, John Denver. Lo says he didn't agree with his wife's views. She has apologized for the remarks. San Francisco School board members are introducing a resolution today that would force the district to come up with a timeline for reopening schools. Vanessa ran Kanye reports it comes this pressure from some parents is mounting. San Francisco Unified the youngest students would be back in classrooms by January 25th. Under the proposal, school leaders would have until December to present a timeline for older elementary students to return they'd have until January for middle and high schoolers. School board.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Designed to slow the spread of the Corona virus weren't followed. Ryan MAN NPR news Cleanup is underway in Louisiana, which is dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Delta. The state is still seeing heavy rains and gusty winds as what is left of the storm moves inland. Officials say aircraft are conducting search and rescue sweeps as Patrick Madden of member station W. W N O reports, hundreds of thousands are without power in Louisiana. Delta came ashore near Creole, Louisiana as a Category two storm. In fact, it struck less than 20 miles from where another major storm Hurricane Laura, made landfall just six weeks ago. That area of southwest Louisiana was still recovering from Laura and has now been battered again. Forecasters say Delta brought 100 mile per hour winds when it hit and dumped up to a foot of rain in some areas. Delta has weakened over land as it moves northeast, but many areas near its path could see heavy flooding and dangerous tropical storm force winds. Cording to the National Hurricane Center. Delta is the record time forthe named Storm to make landfall in Louisiana this hurricane season for NPR News on Patrick Madden in New Orleans. Nearly 12,000 workers from at least 18 states will help restore power to customers. This is NPR. Live from KTVT News. I'm Kate Wolf. The Alameda County Public Defender's office is suing federal immigration agencies to release a Salvadoran man who has won his immigration case twice but remains detained. Two years ago, Walter Crew Zavala served time for several D U I charge is and having a concealed firearm. A judge ruled that he should not be deported to El Salvador because he could face violent retaliation there. But he's been held.

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Hearst Police are investigating a shooting in Portland last night that left one person dead. It happened as black lives matters. Protesters clashed with a caravan of hundreds of vehicles driving through the downtown area. Lise had already dispersed the crowds when the shooting happened, and it's not clear if the victim was part of either gathering. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler of frequent target of President Trump, who has called the Mayor week on Twitter blame the president for the ongoing violence. I'm going to do the work that I need to do here in my local community with my local officials to take accountability for what's happening on our streets, and I'd appreciate that either The President support us or you stay the hell out of the way. We learn. A press conference today also pleaded for peace and offered condolences to the victims. Family police haven't released any information on the suspect, and they're asking anyone with information to get in touch with authorities. Clean up from Hurricane Laura continues in Louisiana Storm killed at least 16 people and caused billions of dollars worth of damage. NPR's particulars in like Charles, where First responders are still combing through the wreckage for survivors, Lake Charles, a city of about 80,000, people, from what we've been able to see just looks devastated. Power lines are down. Whole oak trees uprooted some literally crushing houses. First responders. We've been talking Teo at a base say it's still really an active search and rescue operation. At this point, they're flying. Down to some of the lower lying coastal areas and choppers. And then you know, scouring these communities in boats whenever they can making sure you know those who did stay behind are still OK. You know from here anyway, The devastation really looks overwhelming. It's going to be a long recovery ahead. And here's perks. Siegler. Meanwhile, the Interior Department says fruit oil output in the Gulf of Mexico is still down about 70%. Global corona virus cases now top 25 million, NPR's Amy held reports. The grim tally comes as officials and world leaders consider new measures and renewed lockdowns. India continues to drive new cases reporting another record near 80,000 infections on Sunday. Europe. One scene is a success story is weighing new lockdowns as the virus were surges in France, Germany and Spain in the U. S. The rate of infection is going down. But with nearly six million cases in all, it's still reporting the most in the world. Now, with temperatures set to cool, sending people indoors, officials are warning that combined with the flu, the fall could be a disaster. Meantime, universities in Alabama and Indiana are seeing cases climb. The University of Arizona and the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York are trying to get ahead of outbreaks. Testing wastewater as a kind of early warning system. Amy held NPR news. And in the US there are nearly six million cases of the virus. Nearly 183,000 people have died this, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. This is NPR. Live from KTVT News. I'm Kate Wolf. The Oakland Athletics are postponing tonight's game against the Houston Astros after announcing that a member of the organization has tested positive for the Corona virus Acuity Sarah Husseini reports he's learned of the positive test late Saturday night after a doubleheader against the Astros earlier in the day. In a statement, general manager David Force said the team would remain self isolated in Houston Sunday night. While that awaits the results of test taken of the entire A's group. He did not reveal whether a team member or other member of the group had been infected. It's the third reschedule for these in less than a week. The team postpone games on Thursday and Friday to protest last week's police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I'm Sarah Husseini led news. A state lawmaker is speaking out against vandalism at the mayor of San Jose's home this weekend, a group of about 100 protesters gathered outside Mayor Sam Ricardo's house and a few people threw eggs, spray painted of profanities and burned flags on the property. Silicon Valley Congressman Ro Khanna condemned the actions. And said that months long protests have helped bring policy changes to the House floor, including a sweeping police reform bill. The protesters are having an impact on the activities of violence so distract in undermined the cause of social justice. The mayor has been criticized in recent months for opposing calls to defend the police and looking instead at police reform. I'm Kate Wolf News Support comes from personal capital, offering instant access to financial tools and advice from home. Personal capital dot com..

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One who's seen the face of war desires to see it again. Too many of our fellow Americans are already honored. The hallowed grounds of Arlington. But if we want peace, we must be strong. Weakness is provocative. President Trump's strength has kept us out of war. Joe Biden won't stand up for America. Donald Trump will so this November, Let's stand with the president and vote to keep America great. That's Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton. You're listening to NPR special coverage of the fourth and final night of the Republican National Convention. Ivanka Trump is still yet to speak, as well as the president himself. I'm Ari Shapiro with Michelle Martin. We're going to take a short break and be back in a moment with more live special coverage from NPR news, and we're going to take advantage of this break in the coverage to get some local news from terrorist Siler. She's coming up after we find out about a traffic problem in San Jose. Here's Julie. And some multi vehicle Rex South and 85 before union everything of the shoulder now so have a back up the highway. 17. Morgan Hill. Just a fender bender south one, a one before Cochran Road, a couple of cars on the right shoulder and the Hayward wreck that's out of the lanes North 80 before industrial traffic any better from Alvarado Boulevard. Truly Deputy D. Live from KTVT news. I'm terrorists. Tyler. Good weather and reinforcements are helping firefighters slowly contained. The three fire complex is burning in the region.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"7 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Communities along the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas are bracing for Hurricane Laura. Mandatory evacuations are underway in Port Arthur and Galveston in Texas. NPR's Windsor, Johnston says. Laura is forecast to become a major category three hurricane before it makes landfall later this week. Storm advisories have been issued for parts of Louisiana and Texas as Hurricane Laura continues to strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico. Officials across southeast Louisiana are urging residents to take precautions ahead of the storm. Governor John Bell, Edwards says thie impact could be far and wide. Laurie is a very large storm. Very, very powerful storm on, so this is this is an entirely different experience that we're anticipating now. Based on the current forecast, the National Hurricane Center says Laura is expected to make landfall along the Texas Louisiana border Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Windsor Johnston NPR news Currently, Laura has top sustained winds of 75 MPH. The 2nd and 3rd largest wild fires on record in California are among the fires burning out of control across the state about 240,000 people are under evacuation orders or warning statewide. At least seven people have been killed by the flames. More than 1200 homes destroyed. This is NPR news Live from KTVT News on Brian. What law enforcement officials working this easy You.

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"E D F M San Francisco It's 5 30. Live from KTVT news. I'm Brian what the massive set of wildfires burning in the North Bay have now claimed at least four lives. State Fire officials announced last night that three people in Napa and one person from Solano County were killed in the Ellen You lightning complex for other people have been injured that Siri's of out of control fires Is now charged 215,000 acres and destroyed close to 500 buildings. In the meantime, state workplace regulators are investigating the death of a PG and e worker who was helping crews responded The wildfires in Vacaville Ladies Holly Jamot Deed reports. The union that represents P Jeannie workers has identified the man who died a 60 year old Steve Wink. Cal Fire says he had been clearing an area near the wildfires for emergency responders and was found unresponsive in his truck on Wednesday. The PGA. Any workers union said in a statement that Wink was known for his diligent work ethic and leaves behind a wife and three daughters. I'm hiding a deed. Kut news in Sonoma County Fire officials say one of the fires in the L, A new complex, the Walbridge fire west of Healdsburg. Grew by 20,000 Acres yesterday. Another incident the Myers Fire has burned. 3000 acres north of Jenner, the chief of Santa Rosa's Fire department, says agencies are coping with an extreme shortage of resource is Sonoma County director of Emergency management. Chris Godly is calling on residents to conserve water. Make it easier for this system to produce and store the water. We're going to need over the next several days to help our firefighters fight this fire. If you don't need to use the water, it's time to turn it down or turned off close to 600. Firefighters are battling the Ellen You complex now to the CCU Lightning complex burning throughout San Matteo and Santa Cruz counties. It grew by 8000 Acres yesterday. It's now burned 48,000 acres and remains 0% contained. Officials say the fire has crested above northern Santa Cruz County and burned its way down through highway nine. At least 50 structures have been destroyed, Officials said. They predict that number will jump to the triple digits. At least 49,000 people have been evacuated in San Mateo in Santa Cruz counties. Billy See Cal Fire incident commander said residents need to be prepared. We're.

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02:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Yorkers at this point To avoid travel to any of the state. They're having a particularly bad problem. The KRONE virus New York City Sheriff Giove Aceto says hotels are now required to collect information on travelers to help enforce a two week quarantine rules noncompliance with completing the form or following the quarantine mandate. Is a crime in New York City has also created Corona virus checkpoints on major travel corridors. Brian Man NPR news in Belarus strikes continue with the country's largest industries as protesters demand President Alexander Lukashenko stepped down after 26 years in power. NPR's Lucien Kim reports from Moscow, where people have taken to the streets to protest police violence. The main opposition candidates. Atlanta taking Oska is calling for international mediation. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron both called Russian President Vladimir Putin, who told him he was against outside pressure on Belarus. Merkel said Lukashenko must stop police violence against peaceful protesters release political prisoners and start a national dialogue. NPR's Lucien Kim on Wall Street, the Dow was down 66 points. This is NPR. Live from KTVT news. I'm terrorist. Siler, The Heat dome now over California brings with it the threat of more blackouts in Sacramento today, lawmakers plan to consider a bill aimed at making nursing home residents safer in emergencies like this one is Molly Peterson reports. Power shut offs last year left some people without electricity for days. Santa Barbara State Senator Hannah Beth Jackson, who wrote the legislation, says that's a disaster for medically fragile patients. People need their oxygen, for example, you need to keep the temperature at a level that is healthy for people. Their medicines need to be kept at a certain temperature. So this is a bill that requires backup power for least 96 hours during an emergency. The state currently requires just six hours of backup power. If the bill makes the past assembly appropriations, it needs full approval by both houses to land on the governor's desk by the end of the month. I'm Molly Peterson News. California has cleared the backlog of Cove in 19 test records and now has accurate statewide numbers, including about 4600 new cases reported yesterday. That's according to Dr Mark Galley, California's health and human services secretary. He said the state is working on replacing its system for keeping track of covert 19 data. Dr. Galley also expressed concern over roughly one third drop in childhood vaccination rates for all diseases. Compared to last year. We hope to use the next 8 to 10 weeks really, before we start to see flu season become a more credible risk to catch up on this. Failures..

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On Friday. I was Governor Kim Reynolds says she's been impressed with how her state has responded to last week's two ratio from volunteers grabbing their chain saws to help seniors clear their driveways. The neighbors, opening their homes and their kitchens to those without power. The storm with wind gusts of more than 100 MPH did heavy damage to thousands of homes and about a third of the state's corn crop. President Trump has approved an emergency disaster declaration for Iowa. This is NPR news from Washington Live from KTVT News on Brian Watt in Oakland. The independent body that oversees California's correctional system says the state made key mistakes in handling Covad 19 screening in the state's prisons. VD Shannon Lin reports on a new report from the California office of the Inspector general. The report found that CDC are provided quote vague screening directives to it 35 state prisons, leaving each facility to implement their own screening protocols, prisons either verbally and temperature screen staff in their cars or at pedestrian entrances. According to the report, 5% of staff at seven prisons said that they were not always screen before entering. In addition, inspector said some staff reported issues with their thermometers and that some screeners were not properly trained. The inspector general also criticized CDCR for withholding information regarding staff who have tested positive for Koven 19 CDCR sided privacy concerns, but says it will now comply with the order. I'm Shannon Lin K q E D news. Gap plans to permanently close its flagship store by San Francisco's Union Square. If the latest development in the company struggles amid the pandemic that has hurt the retail industry gap has also permanently closed to other stores in the city at the Embarcadero Center in the Stones town Galleria Thie company tells The Chronicle The closures are part of a larger strategy to resize its fleet. In April. Gap said it had stopped paying rent for its North American stores that were closed because of shelter at home orders. I'm Brian what news Support for cake, Sweetie this morning comes from I F E T E local 21, representing 11,000 public workers across the Bay Area. Local 21 serving the public champions for our communities. The producers, reporters and hosts of public radio are represented by the Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. A F L C I O Coming up on morning edition. In an extraordinary move, the Trump Administration is adding new senior officials to the Census Bureau. The announcement has renewed concerns of political interference with the 2020 census. The story ahead. A mind.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Listening to NPR news. Live from KTVT News. I'm Rika Maria Dylan in Oakland. Last night's power outages were caused by the first day of what some weather watchers say could be a historic statewide heatwave is Dan Breaky reports. One local National Weather Service office is calling it a dangerous and prolonged heat wave that's expected to last through at least the middle of next week. Temperatures will be in the triple digits across the Bay Area except for areas along the coast in bay. Stagnant atmospheric conditions have triggered a spare the air alert across the region. Residents are urged to refrain from driving, if possible, with the heat wave covering virtually the entire state. In a spike and demand for air conditioning. California's electrical grid is expected to be under stress in coming days. I'm damn Breaky Security news. And with that heat wave and the demand for electricity, utilities and power grid managers are begging customers to conserve. Grid operators say they tried to buy more power yesterday, but this hot high pressure system is heating up a huge part of the West, so demand is high across the region. And Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for the California Independent System operator says another problem is solar power plants weren't working up to capacity. This heat event also had some cloud cover that came in with it. And so that reduce our solar generation at a time when energy supplies were already fighting. Rolling blackouts are a response to power shortages. That's different from last fall's public safety power shut offs which we are to prevent wildfires back in spring of 2000 won during the last rolling.

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

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"And the Pacific Ocean, are unprecedented in their size and durability. People in the regional capital march through the city holding a rally in front of government. We're not a colony, they expressing anger at the authorities, including President Vladimir Putin. Federal agents arrested Governor Sergei for gall in July and took him to Moscow to stand trial. Khabarovsk mayor's offices. The protests are getting smaller as it issues millions of rubles and finds two demonstrators. Lucien Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR Live from KTVT News. I'm Kate Wolf, local activists and to San Francisco supervisors are currently marching from Barkhad Arrow and market. To the immigration and Customs Enforcement building downtown. They're calling for undocumented immigrants to be released from ice detention centers across the state due to the risks posed by Cove in 19 Security's Shannon Lin is at the scene. Hi, Shannon. What's the feeling out there? Okay. There are about 200 people here, heading TTO Ice headquarters on stands in street. In addition to the releases, they're calling on government avenues to stop all transferred from state prisons and local jails. Ice facilities. People are loud and angry, but they're also falling. Taking precautions. There's also a giant puppet of Newsome holding a Sandglass and the local artist made it says it represents time running out. Yesterday, A federal judge ordered immigration authorities to stop admitting new deep detainees to a private facility in Bakersfield with a growing Koven 19 outbreak. Can you tell me more about that? Right, the judge said. Ice in the private company Geo Survey, which only operates facility responded to the pandemic and quote of cavalier documents from the hearing showed that immigration we should avoid widespread testing among both detainees and shack because they thought positive test result would require them to implement safety measures that they didn't feel worth the trouble. So that's what these protesters are concerned about when they pose these demands. That's cuties..

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02:50 min | 2 years ago

"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Leader, a crowd of demonstrators around the outside of the Capitol building in Hartford. He opposed a bill aimed at lifting the current protection afforded police officers from civil suits unless they've engaged in willful and wanton conduct. Retired Sergeant Andrew Matthews is executive director of the Police union. Every single cop in the state should not have to worry about being arrested and prosecuted or being financially bankrupt because they're doing a job for the employer. One author of the bill says the measure would incentivize municipalities. To shed officers that use excessive force for NPR news. I'm Frankie Graciano. That's congressional Lawmakers wrangle over details of a proposed new round of Corona virus relief for jobless Americans. White House has dropped its plan to cut Social Security payroll taxes. The attacks could have been opposed by some top Senate Republicans on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was down 353 points. This is NPR. Live from KTVT News. I'm Devin Katayama, a San Francisco refugee legal centre is applauding a Canadian courts decision striking down an agreement that sends asylum seekers back to the U. S. If they show up at the Canadian border. As his immigration editor, Tiki Hendrix reports the court found conditions in U. S immigration detention are inhumane and violate people's rights. Since 2004 Canada has returned asylum seekers who first passed through the U. S because the United States is a so called safe third country. But the Federal Court of Canada ruled this week that the U. S. Is not safe for people seeking refuge from persecution. That's because immigration authorities here lock up asylum seekers, sometimes without heat, food or medical care, and with very little access to legal help. Karen Musalo, who directs the San Francisco based Center for Gender and Refugee Studies, testified in the case. And she said the ruling should be a quote. Wake up call about conditions in the US asylum system. I'm Tiki Hendrix. The news. The Alameda chief of police, Paul Real, Eri is planning to step down. His resignation comes three months after Alameda police officers arrested a black man for dancing and exercising in the street. The rest was caught on video. I miss White is the lead organizer of a C L U people Power in Alameda. He says The chief's resignation allows the city to move forward and making a decision. He creates space for our community to now re imagine our public health. And wellness and now to examine the police department and its budget with the more anti racist you In a statement, Relayrides said it was the appropriate time to move on. And Giulio. I'm Devin Katayama for the news. Support for NPR comes from Heather,.

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02:13 min | 2 years ago

"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Former Special counsel Robert Mueller is responding to claims that the investigation was illegitimate. In an op ed in The Washington Post. Mueller said the Russia probe was paramount importance and that Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. Mueller also said Stone remains a convicted felon and quote. Rightly so. Congressional Democrats are calling the president's decision to commute stone sentence an attack on the rule of law. NPR's Colin Dwyer report. Stone was scheduled to report to prison on Tuesday. Democratic lawmakers have called the move appalling and an abuse of power. Stone was convicted of lying to Congress, obstruction of justice and witness tampering. What Trump says He was the target of a witch hunt and stone now will not have to serve his three year prison sentence. Democratic representative Adam Schiff told MSNBC that sends a clear signal that President Trump's allies There are two systems of justice now in America, one for criminal friends of the president like Michael Flynn, and now, Roger Stone. On one for everybody else, but it was not just Democrats expressing outrage. Republican Senator Mitt Romney joined the chorus of criticism today. He called the commuted sentence quote, unprecedented historic corruption. College wire. NPR NEWS. More than three dozen states continue to report an increase in the number of new Corona virus infections in Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards ordered bars to re closed today and issued as statewide face mask requirement. Master now mandated statewide for everyone age eight and older unless they have a major health condition that makes it difficult to wear a mask. Texas and Florida reported more than 10,000 new Corona virus infections today. California and Arizona are also struggling to contain new outbreaks. The United States on Friday said a new single day record more than 69,000 new cases The death toll in the U. S has surpassed 134,000. This is NPR news Live from KTVT News. I'm Kate Wolf. The.

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Some to leave their homes and leaving other stuck in their cars for hours as it jumped over a freeway. The fire is in a remote spot between Santa Clarita and Palmdale, and it's unclear how it started for NPR news. I'm Jacob Margolis, developers of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline say they're scrapping the natural gas project. NPR's Joel Rose says they cite ongoing delays and rising costs. The Atlantic Coast pipeline was supposed to carry natural gas across 600 miles West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina just last month. The developers want a victory at the U. S. Supreme Court over a critical permit needed to tunnel under the Appalachian Trail. But the company's pulled the plug anyway, blaming uncertainty and delays around the project. The pipeline was opposed by environmental groups and was expected to cost at least $8 billion. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from KTVT News. I'm Ted Goldberg. Uber is buying Postmates. San Francisco companies announced the deal this morning. They say Uber will acquire Postmates, a restaurant delivery service for $2.6 billion in an all staff in an all stock transaction. The boards of both firms have approved the deal, which now needs approvals from government. Government regulators, a new study finds almost half of Bay Area school districts have at least one building with some degree of lead contamination in their drinking water. Nina Thorson reports, a law passed in 2017 required all schools in the state to test their water for lead. The California public Interest group. Cal PIRG has compiled the results and says 270 public and private schools in the Bay Area detected lead in their drinking water. Although the state only requires schools to share results if let exceeds five parts per 1,000,000,000. Salberg says there is no safe level of lead and kids are especially vulnerable to until effects. The state Department of Education says it's working with the water resource is control board. Help schools remedy the contamination. I'm Nina Thorson Committee News SAN Francisco Police say they're investigating a shooting that killed a six year old boy over the weekend. Police say the incident took place on Angle Street in the city's Bayview district Saturday night. They say officers arrived on the scene to find an unidentified unidentified boy with a gunshot wound. He was taken to a hospital where he died. An injured man found nearby was also hospitalized. Police say his wounds were not life threatening. I'm Ted Gilbert MediaNews Support for NPR comes from Duck Duck Go! Ah Privacy company committed to raising the standard of trust online used by millions..

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"The arrests come just one day after China adopted a new national security law that applies to the region. People could be arrested in Hong Kong and put on trial in mainland China. They can also be sentenced for up to life in prison on charges of subversion. On Wall Street, The Dow is up 112 points. The NASDAQ is up about 23. This is NPR Live from KTVT news. I'm Kate Wolf. He would officials temporarily shut down a city run covert 19 testing site after heavy demand. Yesterday, the city said after its testing centre on the Cal State Eastbay campus reached its maximum number of people. It closed the drive up line to new vehicles in the early afternoon. City officials say a growing number of people wanted to get tested so they could get cleared to return to work. Hayward's testing site is free. It's open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day, and the site is expected to reopen today. California's top school official is exploring new ways to reform police on campus. He convened a task force of legislators where researchers and law enforcement for first hearing on school safety reform yesterday. Hey, cuties. Vanessa ran Kanye reports, Researchers testified that schools with officers on campus weren't any safer than those with no officers and years of data from L. A schools found a major racial disparities in policing persisted even after major reforms meant to root them out. Professor Kelly Lytle at Monday's worked on that report. So what history made clear is that the tweaking of police activity is a fool's errand. We really have to reimagine safety, the researchers said Evidence shows what truly improve safety is teaching social emotional skills and putting in place schoolwide restorative justice practices. For now. A state superintendent Tony Thurman,.

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09:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Louder and has a sing song at the track you don't I mean can I ask you where you know you love it is it you know what I don't have that on here it's not crazy **** it's a yeah one big fight we got big bites and we I love the food I love the prices you know I don't have that one on here either because I'm I only have I've only set up eight of them and they were at the station KTVT reported your number one body you are number one on the show and I always say and and I actually mean this there's been a ton of people that have tried to do being Tong and everybody has failed because your airy law and that the thing up if yours is is it you know take it or leave it it's fifty fifty it's okay by your donkey is the best in radio it's long and Gary listen to it thank I mean I it's perfect it's the perfect don't I appreciate that right right you know what people always told me I'm very airy so where are we with baseball and bomber and everything let's sort of baseball we closed opening up again no I don't think so but I think at least in there there seems to be direction like a desert they settled on a plan and the idea is June tenth in training and in July first date like that out there now so at least we got something I mean it's not close to two months away and a lot can change between now and then but I'm happy they actually just kind of have something currently not appreciated about the NFL is they're just like yeah whatever they were planned on September thirteenth so the changes will tell yeah but in the meantime that's what we're doing so all right you know I I I appreciate their optimism in the idea that they're going to figure out you know some sort of logistical way to play this season began on September thirteenth brothers but after not the bigger I'm sure they're going through all of those properties right now the judge could hear the baseball has something you know that Hey this is our plan we've laid it all out we're trying to make it work and if if anything gets in our way then we'll adjust but as for now at the end they haven't said that publicly that just seems to be what a lot of the Talking Heads are saying so it feels like what baseball back you know by the fourth of July Hey look when we go to that very first football baseball basketball or hockey game when you sit in the audience and those players come out on the on the you know on the court or the rain or whatever and it's gonna be a very emotional time for everybody that you know that we're we we really miss that and it's back this week a lot of people motional in the in the stands no question I mean it's you know I I've said it repeatedly it's it's the number one you know units can sanction in the United States to support I reconsider but more than anything else in the back to be about not being too concerned for two months is crazy yeah I think you know you and I discussed died during the the the the the the lockdown I call it that they they made a big mistake by not keeping golf running because golf is one of the few sports and you pointed this out where they tell the audience to shut the hell up anyway so you don't even need an audience there exactly I I just don't get it I don't get it you know why why they're not playing golf why they're not playing tennis I think those two folks are at least six feet apart on each side of the net right tell the band to shut up about the certain sold there right the guy in the chair in the middle he's like ten feet away from your end each tennis player it's like fifty feet away from one another so what the hell are we doing here let's go but can you imagine doing balls you don't need a tennis ball boys running like that to get your own ball you're lazy **** you can you imagine how much first of all the ratings for golf would have been through the roof they would've gotten eighty shares and it would have brought you know call back to the point where where where Tiger Woods but you know it's quite Tiger Woods level as far as you know viewership because everybody be watching and it would it would make all these younger guys you know like Johnson and and all these guys that people don't really know it would it would make them household it would make them household names yeah well here's the thing like so for people who don't follow ball there's like they basically have a minor league it's called the corner four and like the top ten finishers from that war and I don't know what the exact numbers it might be six or eight whatever it is they end up getting a card for the PGA for the next year so they can play on the base for the following year so it's kind of like this you know database he was arrested at the minute why would they not be playing I can guarantee that all the guys on there that would say oh yeah by the way you're gonna be on CBS on the weekends and your and people are gonna get to know who you are because they're gonna be following you know your story of how you're trying to finish in the top ten and make it on the PGA tour next year while you're scraping by here like I just don't understand why they could not have figured that out it is work where you do not have to be in close proximity to anybody and you carry your own damn club suggested to me and I feel like they're they're being overly cautious you know I'm playing out that worst case scenario and so many different things and the top guys in golf I you know they were concerned about getting two different golf courses two things they could have done one is they could have every single tournament at the same course they wouldn't have to change courses and number two all the top guys play you know travel around in private jets anyway I would say eighty percent travel around in private jets while hi yeah if they look up and it's not it's not one guy and one Jack there's like you know five right guide that piled into one of the chat and they split the cost so if you don't get yourself tested you know to some degree agreed Hey we're going to stay within our our own family circle we just ask that our kids are going out and running around the town you are wise to get a chance to make tens of millions of dollars here right major sponsors happy entertained the entire country while we're at it and do our part yeah one pleasant that's a big deal anyway right and that's not the crew that is getting you know infected and dying from cold anyway I mean there are almost zero of guys your professional athletes that are in great shape like that are dying of cold it's just not happening I can talk you know why because I brave the elements are going to that studio everyday because it makes for a better show for us because we got a two man show that's right number in the same room together and we have made this pact with one another that we're not going to be responsible the red sticker on our family if we go out we're gonna wear masks and you know we're not gonna go away and that's kind of what we've done over the last six weeks and look as stupid as it sounds and I I don't mean to make it sound like it's more important it is we get a lot of feedback from people that say Hey man you've been a salvation this is been great for me thank you so much for doing this every day guys and right now we get that you know people need to be entertained with live you know brand new creative content and you do it every night and and we're trying to do it every day and and I like to think we're going to some sort of semblance of sanity and god knows that the the athletes would be doing that and I'd love to see him just take on a major risk yes I understand how important that would be for the people of this country and there's something great about sports talk radio that you don't get with politics if you get into politics you really have to hear only your side to be interested in that show here the other side you turn it off vied with the sports I drove from Portland down to Los Angeles last winter in January and I listen to I think the C. B. S. you know because I could I could get boxing at CVS analysts ports rail all day Saturday all day Sunday and I felt like I had there was a you know I go by myself I felt like it was a friend in the car the entire trip it was sensational yes words arguments for whatever and I don't know why it works this way with politics why we can argue about politics like we argue about sports but for some reason it's different get out you take it personal which is just ridiculous but yeah sports nobody takes offense but yeah I think Michael Jordan the best one in Kobe Bryant okay great you know what about the good little little debate and when it's over are and to get a beer I mean Donald Trump he's an absolute Jack at by I'm going to meet the guy the matter so what you ate a lot of like am I like am you a let's go to beer I could you still gonna you gotta you gotta fly day every go at a line all right excellent thanks buddy are about money spent as well as will come back and talk about the bomber he's made a purchase of a find out what he bought I think it's the form for people that are on the you know on the edge and can't wait for us to come back and find out what is going to do with that that's kind of cool we're live on KFI that money Smith half of Petra's money back with us on your on five seventy A. M. every day great show very funny very knowledgeable guys and I enjoy having him on the air well I think if I were not.

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"ktvt" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

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"ktvt" Discussed on WTOP

"Normal life Texas governor Greg Abbott telling CBS station KTVT about his plans for easing covert nineteen restrictions across the virus is still spreading across the state our goal is to open up a business and a slow phased in way as prescribed by the CDC globally nearly two hundred thousand people have died nearly two point eight million confirmed cases CBS news update I'm Vicki Barker there are thirty one thousand reported cases of the virus in DC Maryland and Virginia more than twelve hundred people have died Maryland has the most infections with more than sixteen thousand cases Virginia has more than eleven thousand and DC has about thirty five hundred more than seventeen hundred people have survived the illness in Maryland and DC Virginia doesn't release the recovery information the food and drug administration has warned doctors against prescribing the malaria drug for treating the corona virus except in hospitals and research studies regulators flag reports of sometimes deadly heart side effects among coronavirus patients taking hydroxy Clark win or the related drug floor Quinn the decades old drugs also prescribed for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis can cause a number of side effects including heart rhythm problems severely low blood pressure and also muscle or nerve damage the U. S. navy is recommending that reinstating the fire captain of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt whose crew hailed him as a hero saying he risked his job to try to keep them safe from a virus outbreak on board the navy's leadership reportedly made the recommendation to reinstate Brad crozier to defense secretary mark esper yesterday comes three weeks after he was relieved of command for a letter he wrote calling on the navy for stronger measures to protect the crew for the first time ever the Supreme Court is going to make audio available of arguments made in front of the court it'll happen as justices conduct their business over the phone because of the pandemic the Supreme Court will hear ten arguments in the month of may due to cover nineteen communication will happen over telephone and the public can listen in in real time this is a remarkable departure for the Supreme Court that's Bruce consul general counsel for C. span he says the Supreme Court never allowed live coverage of its oral arguments and even in the rare instance when audio is permitted it was always on a delay while Colin says the teleconference option for the Supreme Court was not surprising the choice for them to go live was the court is a very closed organization when it comes to these issues we don't know why they agreed to go with live audio but we welcomed it certainly lost contact WTOP news coming up some schools in our area have made the list of top performing high schools nationwide it's five thirty four why do we call television.

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Witness in ex-Dallas officer's murder trial shot and killed

"A witness in the murder trial of amber Geiger. white Dallas police officer who killed her black neighbor after thinking his apartment was hers has died. Dallas police investigating the murder of the witness KTVT television reporter Nicole Jacobsz with the latest in a sad twist of events Josh will brown Josh will brown who testified during the amber Geiger trial so right at the top was shot and killed Friday night outside of the terror apartments on cedar springs road Lee Merritt an attorney for both of John's family says he spoke with brown's mother I did hear from Karen McCoy which was to us was a mother who lives out of the state and

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"ktvt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fair game the candidates also talk policy Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren talked up her big anti corruption platform seeing the big structural change your campaign is centered around is a way to clean up government across town many candidates spoke any gun control form hastily arranged after mass shootings in el Paso Dayton in California Harris said that president trump didn't pull the trigger quote but he's certainly been tweeting out the ammunition got to throw NPR news des Moines this is NPR news from KQED news I'm Jeremy Siegel the federal environmental protection agency says California's effort to label the weed killer roundup as cancer causing is a legal KQED science reporter Molly Peterson has more state scientists concluded two years ago like life estate the active ingredient in roundup causes cancer so California law requires products containing it to carry a warning label EPA has fought the requirement in court now the agency has sent a letter to manufacturers saying that labeling roundabout carcinogen is a false and misleading statements and would violate federal law EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler says his agency no was like life estate does not cause cancer but a World Health Organization panel reviewed thousand studies and concluded the chemical probably does because lymphoma and lung cancer in people I'm only Peterson KQED news in response to the EPA's decision a state regulator told KTVT the agency is within its rights but California stands by the W. H. O. conclusion and that it's misleading to dismiss the state warnings quick sports run down the giants are up three to one against the Phillies at the bottom of the seventh that Sirius is currently tied at one to one after Philadelphia beat the giants yesterday nine to six the ETS are getting ready to play the white Sox in Chicago just after four o'clock our time open won the first game of that series yesterday seven to zero soccer San Jose.

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