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04:02 min | 1 year ago

"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is for twenty a KCBS emergency and nonemergency phone numbers are working again in Oakland after they went down yesterday afternoon. In fact, it took five hours to fix the problem. They're still trying to find out what caused the problem. They hope to figure that out today. California's Senator Kamala Harris will be everywhere this week. She'll be in South Carolina. She'll be doing late night talk shows she'll be at a grand rally in Oakland on Sunday afternoon. She'll be doing a CNN townhall with Jake tapper on Monday as she launches her campaign for the presidency. KCBS duck sovereigns has Harris begins the race in the top tier but faces challenges to stay there. What is freshman Senator Kamla Harris's campaign for the White House going to be about and what's going to set it apart from the others Harris was asked at her first news conference as a presidential candidate is going. To be about speaking truth, especially when there has been so much that is contrary to truth. It is going to be about working to regain regain the trust of Americans while Harris Cassar self as a progressive. There are many on the left to do not see her that way because of a record of San Francisco district attorney in California attorney general bottom line is the buck stops with me, and I take full responsibility for what my office dead. Even though Harris also said underlings made some decisions and wrote some filings and controversial cases without her knowledge. Harris bring star power and immediate viability, but a record will have to withstand extremely close scrutiny. Doug sovereign. He CVS teachers in Oakland are preparing to vote for a possible. Strike later this month. KCBS has Matt Bigler reports the union is watching events in L A, very carefully. We're educators in the nation's second largest school district have been picketing since last Monday while teachers are still on strike in L A. Negotiations are happening behind closed doors. They've actually been arriving early as earlier than scheduled and working late into the night. And they have a lot to figure out. Howard bloom covers education for the Los Angeles Times. He tells KCBS there are a lot of similarities between the situation in L A and in Oakland at one point the unions deciding whether they could launch a statewide series of job actions, and it ended up kind of just happening in Los Angeles. And Oakland for the most part, but many of the issues in Oakland are parallel to the issues in Los Angeles issues, like a living wage for teachers and reducing class size students, and parents in both cities have been supportive of their teachers, but bloom says that won't last forever. The attendance at the schools is declining throughout the week. So far strong support for teachers, but for strike drags on that could change the Oakland teacher's union has called for a vote on a strike at the end of this month school district officials say they are willing to increase teachers pay, but they are also facing a budget crisis that will require classroom cut. It's Matt Bigler KCBS the union representing those teachers in Los Angeles say the strike will continue in its sixth school day today. So picket lines will be up here in the next couple of hours talks continued yesterday, but teachers say they will not report to work until they have a ratified deal the union and the LA unified are at odds over issues, including salary class size and support staff, including nurses and counselors the bay area. Got a pretty good soaking over the past week. But KCBS is my call says drought is still a nagging concern while then loam enough in the Santa Cruz mountains got more than seven and a half inches of rain over the last week, San Jose got less than three inches. We're still a little bit below average. Currently our ten reservoirs are about twenty nine percent of capacity, which is about sixty percent of the annual or your today's average for this time of year, but Kurt Ariza in charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley. The district isn't hitting the panic button. Just yet you still have a lot of rainy season ahead of us or hoping their season. We'll still improve as we go forward. Arizona's.

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"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The turn reservoirs here in Santa Clara county is still only twenty nine percent of capacity rumour levels doing well. Currently that our local storage reservoir is low and we're hoping to increase that Kurt ariza's is in charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley wanna district says what's needed to make a measurable impact is a series of back to back storms. Yeah. Usually the first rainy seasons. First storms. Don't give us a whole lot of runoff reservoirs. It takes a while to get the ground saturated in really start to see run off. We can capture and improve our storage for the year says the good news is despite all the rain people are still continuing to conserve at a pretty good clip. Yeah. We're still about nineteen twenty percent lower than two thousand thirteen usage so communities still doing well, conserving water, and really helping conserve supplies. We do have could be a while before we get any more rate. The national weather service says they don't see any major storms on the horizon the Silicon Valley bureau, Mike Colgan KCBS takes. More than sixteen hours to fly to Hong Kong from Newark, New Jersey CBS news correspondent Nicki Batiz said the passengers on a United flight spent nearly twice that on a plane that never left North America about three hours into the United flights Saturday. Two hundred fifty passengers were diverted to a military base in Goose Bay labrador Canada due to a medical emergency her first door for the patients exits when the pilot landed around ten pm local time passenger see the patient was able to walk off the plane. It was negative twenty five degrees. And there was a mechanical issue with the cabin door preventing the plane from taking off with no customs officers working overnight. Passengers had to spend the night on the tarmac until Sunday. Passenger Stephen Lau tweeted, never a good sign for your flight when the pilots are in the cabin taking suggestions from nearby passengers about how to close the emergency exit door. By Sunday morning. United sent a replacement plan to take passengers back to their origin, new work. I think everybody understood that the circumstances that nobody can really control the whole ordeal. Took nearly twenty seven hours. Well, passengers ultimately spent more than seventeen hours on the ground in Canada longer than a flight from Newark to Hong Kong passengers were flown back to Newark and landed Sunday evening. United Airlines tells CBS news they provided passengers with hotel accommodations meals compensation and a refund for their flight. Well, a group of one hundred civil rights and privacy rights advocates of sent out letters to a number of tech companies asking them to dial back their facial recognition technology KCBS Scala Terry said their number one target is Amazon Google Microsoft and Amazon getting the letters customers expect Amazon to be delivering their packages. Not to be delivering surveillance in their community goal is there is the technology and civil liberties director of the. ACLU of California. What are talking about a technology that super charges surveillance feature beyond his powered by artificial intelligence? So that means being used to track. Protesters target immigrants or spy on entire neighborhoods. Amazon surveillance service known as recognition with a K has been sold to the FBI and other law enforcement agencies across the country with Amazon and talks with immigration and customs enforcement service or ice. It's not only civil and privacy rights groups, though, opposed to the push for the technology, but shareholders have also joined the fray surveillance really enables the government to monitor where we all go. What we do. And even how we feel Amazon could not be reached for this story. But a spokesman in November said they are training law enforcement did not abuse the technology Scotla teary CBS KCBS news time three fifteen. Here's your sports line with Bruce McGowan just a few weeks ago people were worried because quite Thompson was in a shooting slump. But in the interim he's had a couple of big night. Nights. But on Monday night down in LA Thompson, set an NBA record hit his first ten attempts from three point range ended up with forty four points says the warriors bashed Lakers one thirty two one eleven ball.

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"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Twenty four seven hundred KCBS, and we're busy podcasting. Two interviews with interesting people inspiring stories in-depth sports reporting explanations about world, events radio history and more. Find our podcast and subscribe at KCBS radio dot com. KCBS news time to twenty emergency and non emergency phone numbers are working again in Oakland after they went down yesterday afternoon. It took five hours to fix the problem. They're still trying to figure out what caused it. So they can prevent that from happening again. California's Senator Kamala Harris will be everywhere this week from late night TV shows to a grand rally in Oakland on Sunday afternoons, she'll be doing a town hall with CNN next Monday in Iowa as she launches her campaign for the presidency. KCBS Doug sovereign says Harris begins the race in the top tier of candidates, but she faces challenges to remain there. What is freshman Senator Kamla Harris's campaign for the White House going to be about and what's going to set it apart from the others Harris was asked that at her first news conference as a presidential candidate is going to be about speaking truth, especially when there has been so much that is contrary to truth. It is going to be about working to regain regain the. Trust of Americans while Harris cast herself as a progressive. There are many on the left to do not see her that way because of a record of San Francisco district attorney in California attorney general bottom line is the buck stops with me, and I take full responsibility for what my office is dead. Even though Harris also said underlings made some decisions and wrote some filings and controversial cases without her knowledge. Harris bring star power and immediate viability, but a record we'll have to withstand extremely close scrutiny. Doug sovereign. He CBS teachers in Oakland are preparing vote for a possible strike later this month. KCBS has mad Bigler reports. The union is watching vents in Los Angeles where educators in the nation's second largest school district have been picketing since last Monday while teachers are still on strike in LA negotiations are happening behind closed doors. They've actually been arriving early earlier than scheduled and working late into the night. And they have a lot to figure out Howard. Bloom covers education for the Los Angeles Times. He tells KCBS there are a lot of similarities between the situation in LA and in Oakland at one point the unions or deciding whether they could launch a statewide series of job actions, and it ended up kind of just happening in Los Angeles. And Oakland for the most part, but many of the issues in Oakland are parallel to the issues in Los Angeles issues, like a living wage for teachers and reducing class size students, and parents in both cities have been supportive of their teachers, but bloom says that won't last forever. The attendance of the schools is declining throughout the week. So far strong support for teachers, but for strike drags on that could change the Oakland teacher's union has called for a vote on a strike at the end of this month school district officials say they are willing to increase teachers pay, but they are also facing a budget crisis that will require classroom cuts. Matt Bigler KCBS the union representing striking teachers in Los Angeles say that the strike will continue now into its sixth school day. Today talks continued yesterday, but teachers say they will not report to work until they have a ratified deal the union and LA unified are at odds over over salary class size and support staff, including nurses and counselors the bay area. Got a good soaking over the past week. The KCBS is my Cogan says drought is still a nagging concern while then Loma nothing the Santa Cruz mountains got more than seven and a half inches of rain over the last week San Jose got less than three inches. We're still a little bit below average. Currently our ten reservoirs are about twenty nine percent of capacity, which is about sixty percent of the annual or your date average for this time of year, but Kurt Ariza charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley wanna district isn't hitting the panic button. Just yet we still have a lot of rainy season ahead of us or hoping their season. We'll still improve as we go forward..

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Striking L.A. teachers to resume picketing as talks drag on

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

Striking L.A. teachers to resume picketing as talks drag on

"And counselors the bay area. Got a good soaking over the past week. The KCBS is my Cogan says drought is still a nagging concern while then Loma nothing the Santa Cruz mountains got more than seven and a half inches of rain over the last week San Jose got less than three inches. We're still a little bit below average. Currently our ten reservoirs are about twenty nine percent of capacity, which is about sixty percent of the annual or your date average for this time of year, but Kurt Ariza charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley wanna district isn't hitting the panic button. Just yet we still have a lot of rainy season ahead of us or hoping their season. We'll still improve as we go forward.

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"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News update, I'm Matt piper. Kind of makes you glad you're here in balmy, California, relatively speaking. KCBS news time nine thirty two hunters point residents and community activists are demanding govern governor Newsom rescind a contract to clean up the campfire site imbue. County as KCBS Meghan gold. Spe- reports the state has chosen the same company in charge of the toxins clean up at the old. Naval shipyard in San Francisco, ultra tech has been contracted to clean up in the same company that had some employees found guilty for falsifying cleanup records in hunters point says Charles Bonner, he's the attorney for the class action lawsuit on behalf of the community of hunters point over that clean out there except the from this fire. They make money by taking the money and not doing the cleanup, John let Sam singer who speaks for Tetra tech EC the section of the company under fire in San Francisco says the contract went to Tetra tech Inc. So they have no argument you like the difference between somebody suing KCBS, you wouldn't say that they were suing CBS in New York, they'd be suing KCBS, so they're two separate legal entities. They knew that he says the activists just want to bring more attention to their class action lawsuit in San Francisco that this isn't about buke county county should be very happy that they're getting. One of the best companies on the planet to be able to come help them clean up after a devastating fire. Boehner spoke at a state building in San Francisco with people from hunters point suffering from cancer governor Gavin Newsom that we love him, but we are demanding that he resents withdrawals and cancel that contract with Tetra. Tech slap in the face of the injuries that these people have been suffering for years as an insult Megan gold, speak KCBS PG unease looming. Bankruptcy filing could put California residents even more at risk this coming fire season. That's because of bankruptcy would limit the utilities ability to invest in its own infrastructure and could force it to posits community wildfire safety program, Michael war. I is the director of the climate and energy policy program at Stanford University. He tells KCBS at the state needs to get creative and not rely so much on the utility. I think we need to set higher. Expectations for ourselves as state we still want PG need to do some or maybe all of the things that they're suggesting that they should do to make their system safer over time. But I think we also need to think about taking action that can have an impact more rapidly than than what's possible for the to do on its own PGA created its community wildfire safety program with the goal of hiring firefighters monitoring, fire weather and hardening its equipment to reduce the risk of fire over the next seven years the bay area got a good soaking from all the rain over the last week. But KCBS is Mike Colgan tells us it doesn't mean we're out of the woods as far as drought his concerns. Then Loma nothing the Santa Cruz mountains has got more than seven and a half inches of rain over the last week San Jose God less than three inches. We're still a little bit below average. Currently our ten reservoirs are about twenty nine percent of capacity, which is about sixty percent. Percent of the annual or your date average for this time of year, but Kurt ariza's in charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley wanna district isn't hitting the panic button. Just yet we still have a lot of rainy season ahead of us or hoping their season. We'll still improve as we go forward. This is a series of storms over like a two week period is a kind of thing that would make a difference. It's been dry so really the first couple of storms that water gets absorbed into the ground and really don't get much run off. So now, there's been raining a little bit. We're hoping feature stars will get more run off which will run into the reservoirs and get captured the bay area should get a good drying out. The national weather service says there aren't any significant storms coming up in the near future. Why Colgan KCBS? This is Bill finally got me Bill fabric, the Clark street crater, the mother of all potholes. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of his town. They tried to fill it. But it always returns, they could stay farms. Got you to you hear that you ain't nothing trash talking a bottle. Yes. Yes. I am.

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"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Monday, January twenty first twenty nineteen MLK day coming up on KCBS. Low temperature stay in the danger zone in parts of the northeast. I'm making gold's be on. Why group of San Francisco activists are demanding the governor find someone else to clean up the devastation left by the buke CBS news update, if you know anyone in the midwest or northeast you may want to check on them. It is really cold out there with some schools closed tomorrow because of the temperatures CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson says things will get better but not by much not be as cold as it was on Monday morning on Tuesday morning. But that does not mean it's going to be warm by any stretch of the imagination. We're still looking at single digit or below zero lows and a lot of places in the northeast and feels like temperatures. That could be in the negative twenty s negative thirties in upstate New York. Agnes Rucinsky Owens a bed and breakfasts. I'm just helping that's my she thinks it's not explored. So my she thinks system basically working nonstop, he usually I could hear that it goes off and on an off and on now, he's working non stop at least seven people have died from the cold weather. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time eight thirty to the San Francisco. Fire department has recovered a body from the Pacific Ocean below the cliff houses evening at the time. The fire department said it might be connected with a report of a sinking vessel earlier in the afternoon that turned out not to be the case reports of a second vessel in distress off the Golden Gate of not been confirmed the US park police and the San Francisco coroner are working towards the body and determine where it came from. Mm hunters point community. Activists are demanding the governor Gavin Newsom rescind a contract to clean up the Butte county fire zone. That's because as KCBS is making gold's be reports the company tasked with the job is part of the same company in hot water for the naval shipyard. Chemical cleanup in San Francisco. What's tech was given the contract to clean up the toxins left by the campfire? It is the same company that had some employees found guilty of falsifying cleanup records at the hunters point. Naval shipyard in San Francisco, the people in Butte county need to know that Tetra tech defrauded on his point they've defrauded other communities, and they will definitely defraud the people in Butte county, Charles Bonner is the attorney for the class action lawsuit on behalf of the community of hunters point over the clean up here. And Sam singer is a spokesman for Tetra tech EC, which he says is different from Tetra tech INC project Inc. Won the campfire. A cleanup contract. It was not responsible in his named in the lawsuit at hunters point shipyard, which is against Tetra tech, EC like environmental cleanup says Monterey Bay one in the same. Tetra tech has this kind of into connectedness, and they're all across from the president on down that singer says this call has nothing to do with Bonner in the community. Members caring for the residents of Butte county. Instead, it's about winning the class action lawsuit over the cleanup in San Francisco. But Boehner says if the governor doesn't rescind the buke county contract in thirty days his group will March on the capital making gold, speak KCBS. The wettest parts of the bay area. I got more than seven inches of rain over the last week. But KCBS Mike Kogan says that doesn't mean drought is no longer a concern. Over the last week San Francisco that one point five seven inches, San Jose, two point seven three and Ben Lohman seven point five nine that might sound like a lot of rain, but not enough to make much of an impact. Now, there's still quite a bit below average rebound twenty nine percent of capacity about sixty percent of your today to average also really takes a lot of rain. Yeah. We still need a lot of rain not out of the woods yet. We still have a lot of room to capture feature storms Kurt ariza's is in charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley water district. So what would it take to make measurable difference? We'd like to see spread out storms. Obviously, we don't like get too much at one time, but we get a series of storms every other week or so and just kind of continuously getting someone off into the reservoirs rain is pretty much done for for. Now. The national weather service says there aren't any significant storms on the horizon..

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Hunter's Point community activists angry over Butte County fire cleanup plans

24 Hour News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Hunter's Point community activists angry over Butte County fire cleanup plans

"Mm hunters point community. Activists are demanding the governor Gavin Newsom rescind a contract to clean up the Butte county fire zone. That's because as KCBS is making gold's be reports the company tasked with the job is part of the same company in hot water for the naval shipyard. Chemical cleanup in San Francisco. What's tech was given the contract to clean up the toxins left by the campfire? It is the same company that had some employees found guilty of falsifying cleanup records at the hunters point. Naval shipyard in San Francisco, the people in Butte county need to know that Tetra tech defrauded on his point they've defrauded other communities, and they will definitely defraud the people in Butte county, Charles Bonner is the attorney for the class action lawsuit on behalf of the community of hunters point over the clean up here. And Sam singer is a spokesman for Tetra tech EC, which he says is different from Tetra tech INC project Inc. Won the campfire. A cleanup contract. It was not responsible in his named in the lawsuit at hunters point shipyard, which is against Tetra tech, EC like environmental cleanup says Monterey Bay one in the same. Tetra tech has this kind of into connectedness, and they're all across from the president on down that singer says this call has nothing to do with Bonner in the community. Members caring for the residents of Butte county. Instead, it's about winning the class action lawsuit over the cleanup in San Francisco. But Boehner says if the governor doesn't rescind the buke county contract in thirty days his group will March on the capital making gold, speak KCBS. The wettest parts of the bay area. I got more than seven inches of rain over the last week. But KCBS Mike Kogan says that doesn't mean drought is no longer a concern. Over the last week San Francisco that one point five seven inches, San Jose, two point seven three and Ben Lohman seven point five nine that might sound like a lot of rain, but not enough to make much of an impact. Now, there's still quite a bit below average rebound twenty nine percent of capacity about sixty percent of your today to average also really takes a lot of rain. Yeah. We still need a lot of rain not out of the woods yet. We still have a lot of room to capture feature storms Kurt ariza's is in charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley water district. So what would it take to make measurable difference? We'd like to see spread out storms. Obviously, we don't like get too much at one time, but we get a series of storms every other week or so and just kind of continuously getting someone off into the reservoirs rain is pretty much done for for. Now. The national weather service says there aren't any significant storms on the horizon.

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"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"kurt ariza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Over the last week San Francisco that one point five seven inches, San Jose, two point seven three and then Lohman seven point five nine that might sound like a lot of rain, but not enough to make much of an impact. No, there's still quite a bit below average about twenty nine percent of capacity about sixty percent of your today to average also really takes a lot of rainfall. We still need a lot of rain not other woods yet. We saw a lot of room to capture feature storms Kurt ariza's in charge of reservoir operations for the Santa Clara valley water district. So what would it take to make a measurable difference? We like to see spread out storms, obviously like get too much at one time. But if we get a series of storms every other week or so and just kind of continuously getting someone off into the reservoirs rate is pretty much done for for. Now. The national weather service is there aren't any significant storms on the horizon. The Silicon Valley bureau, why Colgan KCBS PG unease pending bankruptcy filing could impact the states. Ability to keep residents safe from wildfires. Michael warrior is director of the climate and energy policy program at Stanford Till's KCBS that a bankruptcy filing could force utility to hold its community wildfire safety program, even a PG. He wants to borrow money to do what it is said data tends to do and its community safety program. It may have a hard time doing that. If there's no one that will loan at the money to invest and PG as a company is very dependent on its ability to borrow money in the markets. PG de created the program last year to set up a wildfire monitoring centre higher firefighters, berry, electrical lines and replace power lines over the next seven years, but were says that the state needs to act quickly and think outside the box to prevent devastating wildfires in the immediate future. And that p genie's program is just one part of a big effort. KCBS news time five thirty four time to check in with Dave Ross sports metaphor coming up. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network presented by Dell. Small. Business. I noticed something familiar while watching the playoffs. You have these two teams, right? Their viewpoints couldn't be more different. One team has always trying to move the ball one way. The other team is always trying to move the ball the other way at various times during the game. The referee is actually forced the teams to switch end zones. But the players don't care they have nothing invested in which particular end zone. They get the ball into as long as it's opposite. From the other team's end zone. How petty is that? There are no bipartisan huddles to figure out how to cooperate on reaching the end zone, which would be way more efficient. No, it is a system deliberately designed to create confrontation and stir up passion and on top of all that. Sometimes the game can be totally unfair as crazy as it sounds. Sometimes the refs will miss an obvious paseed appearance. Call the cost the home team the conference championship it deserved. But is the NFL gonna lose its temper and stopped paying the refs. And then maybe just for the heck of it for low the janitors. The accountants the grounds keepers, the hotdog vendors know, why because that would be done. So maybe that's the big. Big beautiful wall. We can all agree on we play the game as before. But with a coast to coast slab of concrete legislation to protect employees whose only crime was doing their jobs. Dave Ross on CBS News Radio network. Welcome back to sports view. Today's topic who deserves to win big this season my two cents. Good drivers. I mean, that's why they're snapshot from progressive. Let's go to Rick for some confusing. Metaphors look if you put a classically trained cellist garage band, and you tell them to play for Lehman young. I guarantee you the meat on nap Marito ain't gonna like the candle. Thanks for clarifying, Rick. If you're a good driver. There's no other way to say you.

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