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"I'm Larry Sharoni. It's seven thirty one CBS news update in the kind of case law enforcement officials say keeps them up at night. A twenty six year old Afghan war veterans charged in a plot to use nail packed pressure. Cooker bombs at a rally in Long Beach, California. US attorney Nick Hannah the complaint charges, Mark Stephen Dominguez. The twenty six year old resident of recedo with a felony offense of providing an attempting to provide material support to terrorists bingo was arrested Friday a day before the planned attack officials say he accepted what he thought was alive bomb from an undercover officer FBI special agent in charge. Ryan young says to Mingo who had recently converted to Islam wanted to retaliate for attacks on Muslims. We believe he was conducting attack to weaken the United States every Talia gifts Americans for what he perceived to be violence incurred by US actions around the world CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. KCBS news time seven thirty to Senator Dianne Feinstein plans to reintroduce legislation that would raise the age that a person can buy sell weapons and high capacity munition magazines from eighteen to twenty one. The proposal comes in the wake of a fatal shooting in a synagogue near San Diego over the weekend and nineteen year old suspect with an AR fifteen killed one person and injured three others center. Senator Feinstein says if young to purchase a handgun you shouldn't be able to buy an assault rifle. It's common sense to prevent the sale of deadly assault. Weapons to individuals who are not even allowed to buy a beer. This isn't a fix all Bill. She says, but it closes the gap keeping leap hole in the federal gun safety laws, and she says she hopes the Senate will act on it swiftly under current federal law. An individual is required to be at least twenty one years old in order to legally purchase a handgun. But only eighteen years of age to legally purchase an assault rifle. San Francisco's proposed ban on these cigarette. Sales more proof than a city is becoming a nanny state KCBS. Reporter Tim Ryan tells us that's what the city's small business commission is saying the commission decided on a six one vote to oppose a proposed sales ban. President Stephen Adams saying it's bad for business small neighborhood, grocers of depend on this revenue. In a lot of the markup on this offsets what they sell on bread and milk. In other items, especially in neighborhoods, where there are no grocery stores, and these neighborhood corner markets are the only thing out there in this actually helps with their revenue so they can stay in business to serve their neighborhoods. If the ban introduced in March by a city supervisor in the city attorney's approved it'll be a first such prohibition in the nation. And we'll put some businesses under says Adams if this law passes, they have thirty sixty days to get out of that business. They have inventory their landlords. Don't care that the cities telling you can't selling Mark you're on the hook for that lease e cig opponents say the band would last until the FDA once and for all sides on the issue of safety in San Francisco, Tim Ryan KCBS, a mountain lion. That had been roaming the streets downtown. Santa Rosa early. This morning was located and safely tranquilized by staff of the California Department of fish and wildlife. The big cat had holed up in a landscaped area in front of Macy's. He CBS Jeffrey shout reports from. Downtown Santa Rosa. You don't usually find a mountain lion. Wandering around the downtown business district in Santa Rosa or any city for that matter. But that's what happened here. Number of of.
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Larry Sharoni KCBS KCBS news time now at nine twenty two Samuel update v importance of vaccines that is today's topic on animal with Dr Jennifer scarlet president of the San Francisco SPCA on Jeff bell. So Dr scarlet a lot of focus these days, I'll be anti vaccine movement. I want to ask you how that's impacting pets. So Jeff we're starting to see anti vaccine for propaganda seep into the veterinary movement with claims that back scenes caused dog autism, which does not exist and unfounded claims of danger. So we don't have the strong data that the human side does. But antidote only as an airings. We're seeing more and more garden. Cnn's request their animal's not vaccinated or vaccines for pets. And what are the consequences of not vaccinating that things are incredibly safe now with everything there? There's always going to be a side effect here and there, but you know, when you look at the upside of axons it far far far outweighs the downsides. And this is a little bit of like the tragedy of comments the reasons why we have such great health in our populations is in big part. Duda vaccines, but if we start to see cracks in that vaccine shield, then we'll start to see outbreaks emerge. How big of a problem is this. Well, we have information from the UK that about twenty five percent of dog owners. There are not getting their dogs vaccinated. So the thing about vaccines and preventive medicine is boring. When nothing happens that's success. So what we are on the lookout for our increases and outbreaks of parvo distemper, and even rabies hopefully that won't happen. Go get your dogs and cats vaccinated museum. Dr Jennifer scarlet of the San Francisco SPCA. Jeff Bill KCBS.
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Be George KCBS bay area forecast. Mostly clear overnight a little bit breezy overnight. Lows upper thirty s to mid forties later on today. Partly to mostly sunny, highs in the sixties rain returning overnight Sunday into Monday, traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news, one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS little over two hours ago. A fire broke out in a home in Redwood City at left one. Person dead another injured. Fire officials say the fire on Jackson street started around eleven pm. The cause of that. Redwood City blaze is still under investigation. So Nauman county is approved one hundred and fifty thousand dollars to help flood victims get shelter while their homes are being repaired, and this case CBS's, Megan gold spe- reports from sonoma's they are also considering changing some vacation rental regulations so waters receded weeks ago, but says west county supervisor Linda Hopkins constituents that I know personally who are literally camping out in their own backyards or are looking at possibly moving to Lake County or other places because they just can't afford to find a rental near here in the lower Russian river area. That's because it was already at tight market. So she says the hope is that this money will help people stick it out during the repairs instead of leaving one fifty is probably not going to be enough. But my hope is that at least one hundred fifty thousand dollars will get people come. Through the doors. So we'll start to know how great the need is. And then at the need exceeds one hundred fifty thousand dollars. It will definitely be looking for alternate. Sources of funding to try to help get these people in houses do not want to see a sharp uptick in homelessness in the lower Russian river result of this flood to that end. She says county officials are also considering a possible moratorium on new vacation home rentals for the time being Guerneville has become a popular spot for second homes and rentals something that caused its own problems in last month's flooding people who weren't actually able to even come up before the flood because they're weekenders where able to actually raise their property in their belongings above the flood levels. And so that actually contributed to excessive debris in the area in cinema county. Megan gold, speak KCBS. It was basically a front row seat for the Pacific coast storms that pass through northern California. This Radi winter it was a lighthouse on the north coast KCBS Larry Sharoni with the story from Mendocino county spend some time at the point arena. Lighthouse and you'll get an. Idea of what are rough winter rot on the north coast flows through the rivers up. Here have been among the highest that have been seen for quite a long time. Or can cock executive director of the point arena. Lighthouses land movement has been a big problem with the oceans unceasing attempts of reclaiming land in the guise of a giant sinkhole opened up two months ago. And when it first appeared it was about ten feet in diameter. It's now up to forty five feet in diameter, and it's open all the way down to where you can see the ocean coming through from the c- cave to the east, which is what scoured out the inside and caused it to be formed. Hancock says another sinkhole has also turned up with the land seeking more each day. All this. He says while debris from the Russian river flooding continues to float by there was a very significantly huge fiberglass hot tub was bobbing around in the waves. Probably about two hundred yards off of the coastline. Talk has no idea where it ended up buddy. Know when the weather lives and blue skies return, you can see gray whales right now migrating up the coast from Baja to Alaska Hancock says they've spotted forty to fifty day over the last two weeks. Larry Sharoni KCBS wherever.
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"If it seems like there's rains never going to stop. There is a good reason KCBS Larry Sharoni tells us that this winter here in the bay area is way above average. And it's the wettest on record for the rest of the United States. University of Illinois climate scientists Donald wiggles says increasing precipitation is a sign of climate change a warmer atmosphere. Basic physics tells us should be holding more water, vapor. And so so one of the things we're seeing these intense rainstorms in the west we're seeing that coming in atmosphere rivers in the midwest where where we're getting both extreme precipitation as as rainfall and snowfall the National Oceanic and hemispheric administration says that from December to February the lower forty eight states got about nine inches of rain and snow which is just over two inches more than the twentieth century normal compared to weather Wibble says climate is like a long baseball season. We'd talked about thirty year averages of weather, whereas what happened this winter is more like a four game series. So if you're seeing something in that four game series that is a tendency for the entire season. And that's telling you something, but it's also could just be a pretty unusual event as well. Larry Sharoni KCBS even here in the bay. Where the numbers are highly variable Oakland, for example, is just three percent above normal. Rainfall for this day to the rainfall your again begins October first and calculated up till now Oakland only about three percent of of which opens like our little bay area desert right now. Yeah. San Jose about twelve percent above San Francisco about fourteen percent above. And of course, the real impact has been in the north bay where Santa Rosa right now with over thirty seven inches of rain. So far this rainfall season is thirty percent above normal. KCBS.
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Public defender. Jeff Adachi died. Suddenly last night at the age of fifty nine the cause of death has yet to be determined or yet to be released. We're not quite sure which KCBS has Larry Sharoni reports on reaction from the mayor who said the city has lost a dedicated public servant and champion. Jeff Adachi was in his fifth term as the city's public defender. San Francisco Chronicle in KCBS insider, fill material says he was not afraid of getting his hands dirty. Jeff Adachi was probably one of the most aggressive and a well known public defenders in the state of California into the office in the early two thousand and has been sort of a voice for the entire progressive legal community ever since. Very skilled trial. Attorney was known to take cases on himself personally. And at least regularly did that so we stayed in the courtroom presiding judge? Garrett Wong in a statement. On behalf of the court said that Adachi was a tireless advocate for all San Franciscans and passionate in his pursuit of Justice for our city. John Burress, civil rights attorney, and a personal friend of Adachi says he admired Adachi for helping those who didn't have a voice commitment to fighting injustice. What the thing that stands out the most for me is vision is competitiveness and certainly his professionalism. How he ran his office. Linda breed statement goes on to say that Jeff Adachi was committed not only to the fight for Justice in the courtroom. But he was also a relentless advocate for criminal Justice reform in San Francisco. Larry Sharoni KCBS rescue teams will return to Funston at sunrise to look for the body of a woman who became trapped in a collapsing sandhill. KCBS has Curtis Kim reports of her friend managed to escape unharmed. It was a massive effort to find the woman buried in amount of San seventy five feet, high San Francisco fire department, Lieutenant John Baxter says they pulled out all the stops. We have about sixty firefighters.
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I'm Larry Sharoni. Here's what's happening. San francisco. Board of supervisors has three new members. And a new president KCBS gentlemen reports from city hall the first job of the newly formed San Francisco board of supervisors was to elect a president just two members were nominated Hillary Ronen who's openly lobbied for the seat and whose supporters dominated two and a half hours of public comment and Normany Norman, and I love each other. We respect each other. And that's not going to change ever. That was Ronin before the vote went seven two four Inese favor. Supervisor usher stuff I said, what weighed most heavily on his decision was the void and the Chinese American community since the deaths of Chinatown leader rose pack and Mayor Ed Lee, we were just little over a year of losing to titans and the Chinese American community here in San Francisco. Disco avoid that has not been filled yet and many people are are stepping up and leading and trying to fill that void Ye took over saying there's more to bring this together then to keep it apart. I've been doing this work for a long time. And I feel an urgency to respond to the crisis facing our city in a time of population growth and rising inequities, and it does have a progressive majority for the first time in many years at San Francisco city hall, gentlemen, KCBS in Marin county supervisor Catherine Kate Sears won unanimous support from her colleagues and has been named president of the board of supervisors they're serious has the major issues facing Marin county are inequality climate change and sea level rise. Crews have been evaluating eucalyptus trees around UC Berkeley's Greek theater after man was killed by a falling tree on Sunday. KCBS has Megan gold's reports from the campus and other.
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"Evening. I'm Larry Sharoni. Here's what's happening. A bay area man is one of the four members of an alleged. Hey group who've been arrested in connection with the Charlottesville Virginia white supremacist rally. He CBS has Megan goals. Be has the details. Prosecutors say thirty four year olds coal Evan white of Clayton is a member of the so-called rise above movement. Militant racist anti-semitic group. I have a prosecutor my office who literally has done nothing else since August twelfth of twenty seventeen than work on these cases, US attorney for the western district of Virginia. Thomas colon says whites and the three other southern California men were arrested on charges of violating the federal riot act and planning ahead for violence. Once they got to that Charlottesville rally last August, the riots act is a five year maximum the conspiracy to violate the riots at carries a five-year maximum. So on paper. They face the possibility of up to ten years imprisonment if convicted and counter protester was killed when a self professed Neo Nazi drove his car into the crowd. The twenty one year old man behind the wheel is still awaiting trial for murder in Virginia. Gold speak KCBS, expect two more weeks of traffic tie ups and downtown San Francisco with a portion of Fremont street near the new transbay transit terminal remained close through at least on Tober twelfth. He CBS is Margie. Schaefer tells us that project managers have laid out a time line of work to be done following the discovery of cracks in two adjacent steel beams in addressing the transbay. Joint powers authority executive director, Mark Sabana offered a silver lining. One serious. We have determined that. This is a local issue. The Fremont street location a building with similar beams design got the all clear with no cracks discovered senior construction manager. Dennis Tertia says over the weekend engineers began initial stabilization with Jack's taking the weight off the girders. We're going to move into face to very quickly. Within the next couple of days off site. There's been a lot of fabrications. There's been a tremendous amount of effort in getting to a design of assuring system. That's shoring system will be subject to peer review. There will be sampling and visual ultrasonic and metallurgical testing the point we should be able to know what caused it and what the permanent ticks is. But my goal is weeks. Not months. Meanwhile, the goal is to open three lanes of traffic on Fremont street. No later than October twelfth bus traffic will continue to use the temporary transbay terminal for several weeks at San Francisco city hall, Margie Schaefer, KCBS San Francisco district attorney George Gascon says he will not seek reelection. When his term expires next year says his mother who is now ninety has greater needs than she did before gone says he didn't think he could adequately start preparing for reelection at the same time care for her adequately gone says he is honored to have served the city and feels like he's accomplished a lot former San Francisco police Commissioner Suzy at Loftus has already announced that. That she does plan to run the home goods store in San Rafael remains closed tonight after part of its roof collapsed near the store's front entrance CBS's. Carrie Hodousek spoke with customers who were shot, and what happened marine Manson is one of those home. Good customers who did not expect the store here in San Rafael to be closed off with red tape lining the front entrance. I thought it was a crime scene tape and or going out of business because of Sears, and there are some empty spaces in the small, and I I can't believe the roof collapsed, but no one's here. One by one customers walked up to the store confused about what's going on Toby's loan a frequent homegoods. Shopper heard about the partial roof collapse and rushed over to see the damage and bun because I literally have plans on Wednesday with my mom to come here and retail my candle collection. I was like oh, man. Now, we're gonna get my keep candles San Rafael. Fire officials tell KCBS no one was hurt. They believe overnight rain could have contributed to the collapse. But they have not determined an exact cause the store will remain closed.
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"CBS news is next. Larry Sharoni at seven. Oh, five have a great night. What's happening, and why KCBS KFC FM and HD one San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose. Seven o'clock. This is CBS news on the hour. Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Pam Coulter. South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham says he believes Republicans have the votes they need to confirm supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh and Tennessee's. Bob corker is among them. But I don't know that they've done a head count even on the committee as to what people are going to do. But. Assuming we get a floor vote. I certainly plan to support his nomination. The Senate Judiciary committee plans to vote tomorrow. CBS's Jeff glor- says that's just what President Trump wants after today's hearing into sexual misconduct allegations against cavenaugh. The president has weighed in tweeted the text of that tweet is as follows judge cavenaugh showed America why I nominated him. His testimony was powerful honest, and riveting Democrats, search and destroy strategy is disgraceful. And this process has been total sham and the effort to delay obstruct and resist the Senate must vote. Exclamation points. Don't you Christine Blasi four testified? She thought Cavanaugh was trying to rape her at a party when they were teenagers Cavanaugh said he has never sexually assaulted anyone. And he was questioned about his drinking by Minnesota democrat, Amy klobuchar, you're saying there's never been a case where you drank so much that you didn't remember what happened the night before? Or part of what happened? That's your ass. Asking about blackout. I don't know. Have you the first procedural vote in the full Senate could come Saturday? There is a tragic end of the story of the missing six year old boy in North Carolina CBS's Manuel Bojorquez reports the boy's body was found in a creek about a mile away from the guests Donio North Carolina park where six-year-old Maddix rich was reported missing last Saturday gastonia police chief Robert Helton, choked back tears, I'm heartbroken. Our communities are broken the FBI said that discovery does not end its investigation. What was the manner.
Stormy Daniels promises to tell all in memoir due out October 2
"An author adult film star stormy Daniels is coming out with a new memoir and full disclosure will cover not just her life, but her legal battle with President Trump. She claims to have had a sexual encounter with Mr. Trump in two thousand six and she told the view she has a lot to say the president and his former attorney tried to end the lawsuit. She filed over a nondisclosure agreement. The book comes out October
"larry sharoni" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's Friday September. Seventh two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS. This is Matt Bigler with a special report Oakland hotel workers pushed for portable panic buttons for housekeepers a lot of people don't know actually the conditions that workers face, and it was Trump versus Obama is the president and former president exchange. Verbal barbs long distance in for Larry Sharoni. I'm Carrie Hodousek. KCBS news time nine thirty one. CBS news update. President Obama hit the campaign trail last night attacking the man who replaced him in the White House by name he calls. President Trump a symptom of the divisions in the nation. They're undermining our alliances cozying up to Russia. What happened to the Republican party? CBS's Nancy Cortes, the forty fourth president re entered the political fray dramatic fashion accusing his successor of stoking racial division. We're supposed to stand up to discrimination. And we'll sure as heck supposed to stand up clearly and unequivocally to Nazi sympathizers in an interview with K ex J T V and North Dakota, President Trump responded. Well, I sort of watched that speech, and I must does off watching him. I've always sort of dozed off watching him, President Trump and a campaign appearance last night touted the economic gains the nation has made since he took office. CBS news update, I'm Alison keys. KCBS news time nine thirty two. There is a growing push to give hotel workers portable panic buttons that they can use in emergencies in this KCBS special report. Matt Bigler tells us about a measure on the ballot and Oakland that would ensure that housekeepers received extra protections on the job. Hotel housekeepers work, long hours for thankless jobs. That can be hazardous. They never know what they'll walk in on when cleaning rooms. That's why they're supporters.
Lowe's to close all Orchard Supply Hardware stores nationwide
"It's over for orchard supply hardware the south bay staple since. The great depression, is closing all its stores by year's. End according to a spokeswoman for parent company lows grant a report from the Mercury News orchards four thousand employees learned of the permanent shutdown yesterday store liquidations are scheduled to begin. Tomorrow on. Thursday the bay area is home to. More than, forty, four towards ninety. Eight locations
California judge rejects plea deal in Oakland warehouse fire
"The two men accused negotiate, warehouse fire that, killed thirty six, partygoers in Oakland are headed to trial now KCBS. Gentle lane was in the courtroom yesterday is the, new direction in, the case was confirmed this comes after last week judge James. Kramer rejected plea deals for co-defendants. Max Harris and Derek Saying l. MENA did not show. True remorse for those thirty six deaths in the artist's home. In venue where he was master tenant before the December twenty sixteen fire now, attorneys are talking about getting the? Case to trial, probably, in early, twenty nine teen Curtis Briggs. Is defending max Harris interestingly enough we feel refreshed and excited because now we have an opportunity to prove the max Harris. Is, legally innocent in the meantime I'll Menez attorney Tony, Sarah will be arguing for a change of venue he believes. Media coverage means Alameda County jurors cannot be fair, they have an, opinion if, ninety, percent of the populace in Oakland, was asked do you think I'll maintenance. Guilty they. Would say yes. District attorney Nancy. O'Malley declined to comment but earlier this week she wrote to the judge that her office is prepared. To, take the case to
KCBS, Larry Sharoni and San Jose discussed on 24 Hour News
"Demonstrators rallied. Earlier this evening in San. Jose, several dozen people gathered outside the city hall there ahead of a meeting to discuss a plan to build a Google village Development in downtown San Jose with, latest KCBS Megan me Larry Google village would involve more than sixty. Seven million, dollars in public lands around the station and more than five times that in private land it would create housing shopping and. Open space around the downtown station but Maria Alfred with Silicon Valley rising says
Trump touts "amazing" economic growth
"We're watching these, homes burn. The US economy grew in the second quarter, of the year the fastest pace in nearly, four years four point one Percents. President Trump gathered reporters outside the White House to tout, the numbers and predicted growth will continue CBS news business analyst. Jill Schlesinger over the, next, ten years that would mean twelve million new American. Jobs and, ten trillion dollars of. New American wealth this is a very strong quarter, it is the best quarterly growth since the year two thousand fourteen that was under President Obama when goes hit. A five point two percent pace President Trump is. Striking back at a claim by his former personal attorney Michael Cohen says the. President knew in advance about a two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower between his campaign and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton CBS's Paula Reed does not appear that. He does have any sort of hard evidence in emails or letters or recordings tobacco this claim but this is truly remarkable here you have making this, public break with the president effectively confirming that, he is willing to flip on his, most famous client Longtime chief. Executive of CBS les Moonves is said to be at the center of. Allegations of inappropriate conduct in an upcoming article in the New Yorker magazine and CBS is reacting before the peace comes out here's hanadova the independent directors released. A statement saying that following its investigation the board will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action and the timing of this. Report comes in the midst of. The company's very public legal dispute referencing litigation between moon, beds and CBS is main shareholder Sherry Redstone this is CBS news To experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your. Pharmacist for theraworx relief It's two or. Three at the various news station KCBS sunny and warm, again today cool at the. Coast and inland and good afternoon for Jeff bell. I'm Larry Sharoni I'm Patty rising here's. What's happening thousands of people in reading a. Fled their homes after a days old fire grew quickly out of control last night KCBS gentlemen is there and joins us now live from the incident, command center Jonah it is relatively quiet here Patty because almost all of the seventeen hundred plus firefighters battling the massive car fire are out on the. Lines right now it is only three percent contained and it grew explosively overnight leading. To the evacuation of thousands of people in the. Area around Redding Cal fire spokesman Scott Kenny is showing off a tiny black squiggle. On the map of this fire it represents the one containment line. That is holding they can't say that if a win were to come through that. Line would hold so until they feel confident in. That they're not gonna, increase containment so that's why you're You're gonna see with that containment the direction in which the fire is moving that's at this. Time purely dictated. Of the fire. In itself the fires creating its own weather at this, point another reason it is. Quiet here at the base camp the. Deaths of. Two firefighters are on people's minds one. Was a bulldozer operator the other city of. Reading firefighter that fire department just announcing the identity of fire inspector Jeremy stoke who was killed in the city of reading thousands of people are under, evacuation orders we're heading now to see them at Shasta college one of the evacuation centers that's been established reporting live at the car fire base camp. Gentlemen KCBS right thank you gentlemen while KCBS Megan gold's be has the story of. One reading woman who sold her home just a. Few hours before the neighborhood went up in flames obviously the home buying process takes. Considerable amount of time we were trying to push the closing a. Little bit quicker because We had our trip and so they moved close it up to Wednesday's and that's when homeowner Emory barrel and the new buyers both signed the sale was finalized Thursday afternoon and then we got word around eight o'clock that night that it was likely that. The house had burnt down she says she feels horrible for, the buyers, but she knows because of the sale. Process they are insured in the end it will be. Okay because it have the insurance and then you. Know maybe they can rebuild, right there a house just exactly how they would want that they did go on that, trip before, the fire broke out now she's eager to get back home to her new reading. House anticipation to offer sadness because we just you. Know you want to help people and and what a devastating feeling it must be to, just feel, like. You don't. Even know where to be in because you've walked everything Megan gold speak KCBS there was a moment of silence for the victims of the car fire at. One, of the fire base camps for the big Ferguson. Fire outside you so many national park KCBS is Holly Quan has That This is a camp full of firefighters that already saw the fatality of a dose or operator last week in the early going of the Ferguson fire now comes the tragedy out of the car, fire Pat Lang is superintendent of the, grove one hop. Shots these are firefighters version of a swat. Team this is. Backyard he knows the terrain and the fire history, here but even so your head is on a, swivel and you hear that there's a fatality either on the on the fire that you're on or the or fire somewhere. Else you know that Was somebody just like you out out. Doing their job And it just It's a reminder that we need to fall back, to the basics and we need to make sure that we're doing everything that we can to ensure that That it doesn't happen that means knowing your escape routes watching for boulders. Get dislodged falling tree branches and. Staying in touch with a supervisor near, Yosemite Holly Kwan KCBS officials are responding to the Veterans Memorial building danville this afternoon after a car struck the building the city of danville, says on. Twitter the danville police and units from the San Ramon valley. Fire protection district are on the scene at the intersection of hearts and prospect avenues a. Blue Toyota sedan left. The road and struck part of the building motorcycle being told to avoid. The area no word yet on whether there were any injuries let's continue our traffic we're going to get the very latest this Friday afternoon from Cheryl rains unfortunately off on the wrong foot for sure right now new stall in the maze west five eighty east, eighty trying, to get, into Berkeley that truck locking. The right lane with trouble on five eighty headed to the ultimate with our Chilton auto body collision Cam good. Afternoon John Atkinson Cheryl good afternoon to you it is the Friday, get away towards the weekend and eastbound five eighty already very slow out of Castro valley From, the two thirty eight merge that's going. To be solid all the way, out to Santa, Rita road the Altamont pass that trip eastbound five heavy north vascular so heading, out to about two north Flynn just beyond north went and south of five. Eighty there is a brush fire. Burning near cross in tesla fire departments, on scene with that but the smoke is visible from the Altamont pass jammed Alamo nor six eighty a crash before lavar Anna they're clearing, from the. Two right lanes it's backed up to sycamore valley road in. San Francisco well underway this commute northbound to the Golden Gate already bad and north one. Zero one to the. Bay bridge heavy from Cesar Chavez your next update to eighteen on the. Traffic leader KCBS sunny skies cool at the coast and, we're looking at patchy fog in some coastal locations still very warm once you head inland highs will be in the sixties at the ocean this afternoon seventies near the bay and the mid nineties inland traffic, and weather, together on, the eights and all news. One oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS a tasty cake it's all about making happy happen no matter what The situation helping. Your friend move Yeah third time? This year what do you say we put a smile on, that face with a. Tasty. Cake peanut? 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Arnold Schwarzenegger says Trump's Putin news conference was 'embarrassing,' calls him 'little fanboy'
"For the bay area all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS Monday nine July sixteenth coming up on KCBS I'm Rebecca chorale groups. That help people quit white supremacist and other extremist movements are growing President Trump Gibbs positive reviews to his meeting with Putin an update in just a. Moment from. CBS news and a young girl, tonight recovering at home after receiving the. First pediatric heart transplant in San Francisco good, evening I'm Larry Sharoni, KCBS news time eight thirty one now to CBS. News News update. President Trump's back. Home tonight, at the White House where he's, had protests demonstrators. Outside after a week. In Europe spent bashing US allies setting off on uproar on his last op seeming to believe what Putin's denial of Russian election meddling rejecting US. Intelligence and law enforcement Senator John McCain called out one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory former CIA chief John Brennan used. The word. Treasonous Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer he took the word of the KGB Over the men and women of the president did an interview with Sean Hannity of FOX focusing on thinks he thinks went. Well with Putin think we really came to a, lot of good conclusions. Are really, good conclusion for Israel something very strong easy he's a believer in Israel he's a fan of maybe and really helping them a lot and we'll help him a lot which is, good for all of us CBS news update I'm Tom Foty former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is also weighing in the Helsinki news conference Schwarzenegger, posted a video on Twitter condemning President Trump for not standing up to Putin President Trump I just saw your, press conference, with President Putin and he was embarrassing, I mean you, stood there. Like little with noodle like a little The fan boy was asked him, as a winner you going to ask him for an autograph for herself you something like that it's worth says the president's comments were an attack on the US. Intelligence community and Justice department there's been an alarming surge in hate crimes and public demonstrations, of white supremacy over. The last couple of years. And now as KCBS has Rebecca corral reports there's a growing, movement to give up the hate, there is life after hey there are. Many of us. Who were condemned who have now changed to our now productive providing service working volunteer work and going back on the streets and trying to hold the same people wrangle is a former. Violent extremists now executive director of life after hate, a nonprofit that helps. People move, away from a life of racism hatred and extremist behavior Struggle with, and much like an addiction where people are stuck with the stops in these feelings that seem to navigate, them even when they wanted change like. A, drug addict or alchoholic he says some extremists find. It nearly impossible to give up the hating those stocks. And feelings can be. Persistent many months, and sometimes years even after eating for hateful lifestyle not Rangel says with compassion. Education and support they can't chain helps them feel that we're not in Georgia bear or condemnation and yet at. The same time communicate that there's obviously a, better way of looking at life of handling grievances. That they have he, says, part of the process involves taking responsibility for their actions Rebecca chorale KCBS the electronic scooter, rental company bird is sponsoring, a Bill to do away with California's helmet law a scene at reports the Bill the company initially introduced. Back in February.
Thousands remain without water and power following deadly flooding in Japan
"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs monday afternoon july ninth two thousand eighteen coming up on kcbs why the do not call lists isn't helping to solve a new robocall epidemic how japan is dealing with rainfall the likes of which that country has never seen before and president trump is getting ready to announce his second supreme court justice about an hour and a half from now you will hear it live right here on kcbs also had sports at forty five with kevin durant will have more financial news with jason brooks at fiftyfive good afternoon for jeff bell i'm larry sharoni i'm patty rising kcbs news time for thirty one now the latest from cbs news cbs news update president trump said all of his four finalists for the supreme court or excellent but he'll announce which one each in less than two hours a new justice could move the ideological balance of the court farther to the right senate democratic leader chuck schumer america is on tenterhooks so worried about any choice from this list majority leader mitch mcconnell who plans a vote on the nominee in the fall expects a fight every water republican president nominated for the supreme court has some kind of threat to the republic the finalists are all appeals court judges but cbs's jan crawford says brett cavenaugh seems to have had an inside track kevin is getting pushback from some social conservatives because they worry he's not conservative enough on the question of abortion but from the beginning kevin has been the top contender cbs news update i'm pam coulter kcbs news time four thirty two devastation in western japan after torrential rainfall was caused massive flooding and landslides more than one hundred people are dead with dozens of others missing for the latest on the situation there were joined live on the kcbs ring central newsline by kenmore sego is associated press news director for japan and the korea's can thank you very much for talking to us this afternoon i tell us a little bit more about the flooding books flooding and landslides so this is quite a devastating disaster so much rain that riverbanks overflowed and has a huge embankments allow gets rivers to try to prevent this kind of disaster from happening but in this case that was just so much rain water that accumulated back in places that they slowed and other places the back but breaks in the water water so committee back there sets a level that says this back with breaks completely of the river disclosed out into obscurity can we're hearing that the weather now is changed to a heatwave how will that bring new problems what will you see well there's a really concerned because it is summertime in becoming summertime in japan rapidly it's hot and humid and we still have a lot of smoothies or households without water service about power so of course there's air conditioning issues there's there's drinking water issues they do have obviously have water stations out there people distributing water and so forth but they're definitely issued warnings about kids stroke heat exhaustion and just to do whatever you can to protect yourself against the heat what is it gonna take to to clean it up a is there just so much mud of that there are certain towns or neighborhoods that are still buried in it yeah yeah i fix the water has receded in most places and there's still a some water and some some streets and that kind of thing but let's add in places water up to the first even above the first story of buildings went into toibin came out and so a lot of damage inside a lot of debris inside of you know whether it's trees and branches and dirt and mud kind of thing happened in japan some time this was much worse than than usual and they take weeks months to really cleaned up and then get back on your feet again we understand thousands have been evacuated from their homes can how longer do you think they'll be out of those homes and what's it gonna cost and how's that going to be taken care of well it really depends on the home of the and some homes that are probably some of the photographs of some components were totally destroyed they were toppled berry and and people like that.
Judge denies Trump admin attempt to block Calif. "sanctuary city" laws
"California one of many western wildfires has now burned about eighty six thousand acre concerns is right now is departure fee on the north end of this fire it's extremely steep what fuel there is there is the grass and brush is extremely receptive to this fire cal fire deputy chief scott mclean zoo in dallas welcomes a baby gorilla on it is a long long time since that has happened the gorilla is the first to be born at the zoo in twenty years it's healthy and well but it's gender is still a mystery dallas zoo primate curator keith strasky says mama gorilla hope is hiding a certain view from them you can tell the gender of the baby is by their bottom line and that is tucked away in her arm almost all the time but the mystery just makes it more fun for visitors they're having a great time guessing the gender and thinking up their names you think it's going probably kristen wiesel for cbs news dallas no i'm tom foty cbs news twelve o five at the bay area's news station kcbs mostly sunny later today after the morning overcast burns off again warm temperatures will prevail good morning i'm curtis kevin for larry sharoni here are some of the stories we've been following for you a federal judge in sacramento says for the most part california's socalled sanctuary state laws are legal kcbs political reporter doug sovereign says the judge largely rejecting a legal challenge from the trump administration the trump administration asked the federal courts to block california's sanctuary state laws but judge john mendez a conservative republican is ruling for california upholding sb fifty four and a companion bill writing that california's decision not to assist federal immigration enforcement is not obstruction and that standing aside does not equate to standing in the way state senate president emeritus kevin de leon who wrote the legislation tells kcbs he expected to win but he also expects the administration to appeal an attorney general and a president who incest they're they're livid because we won't be a cog in the trump deportation machine the judge ruled the california can order state and local law enforcement not to cooperate with ice and can require state review of federal detention centers reaction from uc hastings law professor roy little all of this is based on state sovereignty the idea that california certain sovereign powers and solitaire don't interfere directly with the federal government's efforts those are okay the court did find that the state cannot keep private employers from cooperating with federal agents the trump administration calls that a major victory and says it will continue to fight what it calls california's unjust policies designed to protect criminal aliens and that threaten public safety doug sovereign kcbs environmental sorry joining that scott pruitt has stepped down from heading the epa but kcbs is meghan golsby reports they don't believe it's replacement will be much better in one way it's a sigh of relief we who it is on its high pie that says dan cameron professor of energy at uc berkeley there's no indication his replacement at the top of the epa andrew wheeler will be any better it doesn't doesn't make it pressure off like saint groups that out to be told me the corporate hopefully going to find jetsons against wheeler i'll have to keep doing all this in california has been fighting he says in fact and says we likely won't see any actual changes from this leadership change because the state has been fighting every move pruitt made and that won't stop says simon mui senior scientists within our dc in san francisco california will continue together with other states to push back and resist this effort to really roll back fundamental core environmental protections these are protections that are state for decades has led the nation on making gold speak kcbs cal fire says they expect containment on the county fire by this coming tuesday the blaze which started last sunday ten miles north of lake barry esa in yolo county has now consumed eighty three thousand acres no one has been injured in this grass fire but nine structures have been destroyed one hundred and ten others remain threatened the temperatures expected to rise into the weekend conditions could be right for the blaze too against dr grow and the ponti fire and lake county is slowly inching toward being fully contained it is now ninety two percent contain fifteen thousand acres have burned twenty two structures have been destroyed six others were damaged one firefighter has been injured just ahead on kcbs and arrest has been made in a.
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"It's seven oh three at the bay area's news station kcbs mostly clear inland tonight with fog and low clouds at the coast into the base sunny and cool over the weekend evening i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening a state appeals court has reinstated california's law allowing terminally ill people to end their lives california's fourth district court of appeals issued an immediate stay today putting the state's end of life option act back into effect at least temporarily the court has also given opponents of law until july second to file a petition opposing today's action california attorney general heavier had requested the stay he hails today's ruling riverside county superior court judge daniel ulta leah declared the law unconstitutional last month the judge said then that lawmakers acted illegally in passing the measure during a special session devoted to other issues in striking down the measure otilia did not address whether it is proper to allow people to end their lives the firestorm over the separation of immigrant families at the border is prompting congressional republicans to draft a compromise immigration built that could be considered next week but kcbs politico reported accelerate says house minority leader nancy pelosi of san francisco is already rejecting the legislation and president trump has been sending mixed messages about it house republicans are circulating a draft of an immigration compromise give president trump twenty five billion dollars to build a border wall give daca dreamers a path to citizenship replaced the visa lottery with a merit based system and keep families detained at the border intact but minority leader nancy pelosi says the bill doesn't actually say families can't be separated and the white house could end that practice as quickly as a began at two months ago derek this is not what america is but this is the policy of the trump administration president trump and his extraordinary impromptu news conference on the white house lawn says it's pelosi's party that's to blame i hate the children being taken away the democrats have to change their that's their long in fact this policy blossomed when the attorney general amounts zero tolerance at the border in ordered criminal prosecution of undocumented immigrants which require separation of adults from kids pelosi says we don't need a bill to end.
Shooting at California funeral home-cemetery leaves 5 wounded
"Pod will carry up to sixteen passengers plus their luggage and will depart from o'hare and from black thirtyseven as frequently as every thirty seconds must says tunneling could begin within a few months the new congo express loop could be up and running within three years dj fontana has died he was a rock and roll pioneer who started out playing strip clubs in his hometown of shreveport louisiana but made the big time is elvis presley's first and longtime drummer he was the last surviving member of elvis's core of musicians he was eighty seven jim chenevey cbs news are you troubled five at the beer is new station kcbs sunny and cooler today good morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening your city police are investigating a shooting last night at a cemetery involving five victims officers were called the chapel of the chimes on mission boulevard just after seven o'clock when officers got there they found three gunshot victims they were arrested the hospital a short time later another shooting victim was located a few blocks away and police say a fifth victim showed up at a nearby hospital seeking treatment it's not clear what triggered the gunfire camille varela day guzman tells keep you i x five several of her family members were inside the chapel for her mother's viewing when gunfire erupted outside message my mom and that's when we heard gunshots outside so far no suspects are in custody rallies were held across the country yesterday to protest the separation of children from their parents under the president's zero tolerance immigration policy the kids are sent to detention centers they get little public scrutiny kcbs reporter holly kwan spoke with one berryman who had an insider view of what he says was like being in prison thirty two year old antar davidson was born in san francisco grew up on the.
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"In france there is praise and there are thanks to an undocumented immigrant from the african nation of mali who climbed up on apartment building to save a small child the young man said he saw the four year old who was home alone had slipped over the edge of the balcony and was hanging on by his hands mama do gassama said he just sprang into action scaling four floors balcony to balcony the young immigrants moved to france from mali last september but has no papers president emmanuel macron invited him to the palace and promised him he will be naturalized and he said the paris fire service is ready to offer him a job elaine cobb cbs news paris larry's going to the on afternoon time out at starbucks which was closing some eight thousand stores across the country today to conduct anti bias training right after the arrest of two black men last month at one of its philadelphia stores it also brings attention to the use of socalled unconscious bias training tom foty cbs news 1205 at the bay area's news station kcbs we've got another warm day coming up today tuesday but not quite as warm as memorial day i'm john evans good morning in for larry sharoni here's what's happening the golden state warriors defeated the houston rockets last night in texas for the western division championship kcbs has curtis kim joined thirteen thousand fans who watched the game on the big screens at the oracle arena in oakland.
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"Thursday night may twenty four th coming up on kcbs president trump has cancelled the upcoming summit between the us and north korea latest with a cbs news update in a moment i'm martin shankar in oakland lawyers for defendants in the ghost ship fire differ on postponing the trial in this one instance we have conflict larry sharoni good evening at seven thirty one bs news update president trump's decision to cancel the singapore summit may not be the last word on it both mr trump and officials in north korea are saying they're willing to keep talking cbs's major garrett said the president's action was not a surprise there were ample signals even a week ago that this was getting seriously off the rails they sent high level white house representatives to singapore for a pre summit planning meeting in the north koreans didn't show up what else could have made a pronouncement back then a week ago but a senior white house official told us that this white house wanted to give the north koreans every opportunity reasonable opportunity to make this meeting happened despite tough rhetoric on both sides asia expert gordon chang still thinks a summit will happen president trump has also left the door open to discussions with north korea they may not take place on june twelfth but i think that they will occur because both sides want to meet each other and to talk cbs news update i'm pam coulter kcbs news time seven thirty two lawyers for the defendants in the ghost ship warehouse fire differ on postponing the trial kcbs is margie shaffer has more from the alameda county superior court in oakland two men are each charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter for the fatal warehouse fire in december of twenty sixteen motion for bail for.
Hiker falls to death from Yosemite's Half Dome trail, park officials say
"At the bay area's news station kcbs partly sunny inland today with low clouds most of the day at the coast and around the bay good morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening as just heard on the cbs hourly news more on that fatality and you semi a hiker falling to his death from yosemite is half dome park ranger jamie richard says it happened at about four thirty monday afternoon the man and a companion were scaling the steepest part of the trail where cables are located to help hikers get to the top there was a party of two hiking on the half dome cables and one of those two people slipped and fell off of the half dome cables the party that remained on the cables was able to continue down park rangers were able to get up to the trail make contact and safely help the party that remained on the cables get to safety rangers were not able to start a search for the missing hiker until yesterday morning richards says the was there was a thunderstorm at the time of the accident and officials will look into whether that contributed to the fall park rangers say it's the first fatality on the cable since twenty ten a group of oakland highschoolers got a chance to talk openly about school shootings kcbs has megan goals be was there yesterday symphony stevens was very particular when picking out the outfit.
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"Will live on forever allison keys cbs news when britain's prince harry and meghan markle get married on saturday dad won't be there to give megan away thomas markle decided not to attend after it was learned teamed up with a celebrity photographer to stage paparazzi photos of his getting ready for the big day the palace called a difficult situation jim chenevey cbs news it's five of the bay area's news station kcbs partly to mostly cloudy today after morning overcast and drizzle good morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening but earthquake hit the east bay last night the us geological survey says the tremor was of three point five magnitude and it was centered just east of oakland it struck at seven eighteen kcbs midday anchor rebecca corral felt it at her home in alameda described it as one significant shake one shake and then it's settled down shaking you know what i mean so check them and slower slower reports of any damage or injuries as you heard other cbs hourly news ten children have been taken away from a couple in fairfield who are accused of living in squalor and filth kcbs reported exuberance says the father of many of the kids is being charged with torture and child abuse which their mother says never happened fairfield police tell a horrifying tale coming into this beat up looking four bedroom home and finding ten kids sharing one of those rooms some of the areas of the house can be access to the amount of debris that was present was human and animal feces neuron on the floor it was obviously unsanitary condition the children or any human probably should be living in at the time lieutenant greg robot says when the kids were interviewed they claimed abuse and torture burns beatings stabbings being shot with bb or pellet guns jonathan allen the father of the youngest kids is behind bars charged with felony torture and child abuse their mother thirty year old aina rogers who's had eleven children and fourteen years is only charged for now with misdemeanor child endangerment she tells kcbs she and her husband never harmed their kids cps looks them up and down and said there's no sign of abuse no sign of neglect so why month later are you kicking my door down and.
Schneider, Mill Valley and Marin County discussed on
"Six bill cosby's wife has weighed in on his sex conviction bill cosby's wife camille says his chief accuser lied and the guilty verdict last month outside philadelphia at his sexual assault trial was mob justice she says unproven allegations evolved into lynch mobs who publicly and privately coerced cancellations of cosby performances and honorary degrees she's demanding a criminal investigation of the district attorney and calls prosecutors exploitive and corrupt people she ends by saying some day the truth will prevail it always does steve kaethe and cbs news the academy of motion picture arts and sciences the group that hands out the oscars has voted to expel cosby and director roman polanski from its membership polanski remains a fugitive after leaving us in nineteen seventy eight after pleading guilty to sex with a minor the academy also expelled disgraced producer harvey weinstein back in october jim chenevey cbs news it's trouble five at the bay area's new station kcbs hazy sunshine a little warmer today good morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening a woman one of two people shot and bill bali yesterday afternoon has died of her injuries the shooter and eighty year old man is also dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound kcbs jeffrey schaub reports shooting disrupted the normally quiet marin county city of mill valley residents had to be escorted by sheriff's deputies as the events unfolded sheriffs received a call at three twenty pm shots fired at an apartment complex at the nine hundred block of east blythedale avenue immediately they found two shooting victims a man and a woman marin county sheriff's department sergeant brenton's schneider first deputy is on scene wrapped it'd be victims carried them out of the scene to waiting ambulances once they had the victim security started doing evacuations of all the apartments within two hours swat team members stormed an apartment unit stephanie campos lives in the building next door went outside and the cops were still going into the scene i saw them carrying rifles swat team members broke down the door of an apartment unit and found the suspect deceased from a gunshot wound he was described as an eighty year old hispanic male shelter in place had been ordered for the surrounding neighborhood this woman's two and a half year old was with caretakers and a daycare center along with six other toddlers she's whispering and she said we're all save don't worry but don't come here to stay quiet none of.
Subpoena of genealogy website led to wrong man in "Golden State Killer" probe
"The bay area all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says the justice department won't be extorted it threats that he says have been leveled against him an update from cbs news straight ahead i'm holly pointed san francisco salmon season starts but expect to pay top dollar annual soon be able to cycle or walk on the bay bridge eastern span at all hours more in this coming from our reporter margie schaefer good evening i'm larry sharoni kcbs news time nine thirty one cbs news update russia's special counsel robert muller's team floated the idea of subpoena yang the president last year while negotiating with his attorneys for an interview i had word from his former attorney john dowd constitutional law expert jonathan turley the president is at the heart of some of these allegations he has material evidence that cannot be produced by other witnesses prosecutors don't normally walk away from that type of witness in the new york times got a hold of muller's list of questions he'd like to ask mr trump that infuriated the president cbs's jeff the gays is one line of thought is that this league has one targeted and that is the president and but one purpose and that is to show the president the scope of this muller investigation and the potential legal pitfalls and he could face if he does sit for an interview she bs news update i'm jim shanavie kcbs news time nine thirty two searching for the golden state killer subpoenaed genetic website last year while getting an oregon man court records show vascular is asked to judge to compel the man to provide a dna sample in march of last year after they say information on the genealogical website why search dot org came up as a potential match for dna left at a crime scene the site's owner said the site's owners say it did receive a subpoena that month for information on one user but would not confirm if it was the same man the case prompted privacy concerns after police use dna provided by family member to a genetic database to link a former police officer to the golden state killer case joseph di angelo may i usually marks the start of commercial salmon season the lingering effects of the.
Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein for Damaging Her Career
"In actual results may vary ashley judd says disgraced hollywood mogul harvey weinstein tried to run ruin her acting career alison keys reports shot is suing weinstein for defamation and sexual harassment and for violating california's unfair competition law which bars unfair business practices the actress says in a statement any money she wins we'll go to time ups legal defense fund so men and women in all professions may have legal redress for sexual harassment prosecutors and three states are now pursuing possible criminal cases against weinstein former senate candidate in alabama chief justice roy moore has filed a new lawsuit against some of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct helping to derail his senate bid moore's attorney says the accusations raised shortly before the special election or false and that they were intended to ruin his campaign by defaming him and his character moore says he has no plans to run for any office again including for governor of alabama jim chenevey cbs news it's one of five at the bay area's new station kcbs sunny and warmer today after morning overcast good morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening san jose police have arrested several members of a violent street gang suspected of committing carjackings robberies and burglaries sixteen people are now under arrest for crimes committed all over san jose a majority of those arrested are juvenile's eleven of them are teens the youngest fifteen years old five or adults police say eight of the suspects were already under arrest after a bust in january and bus lead to more evidence and new arrests police say they recovered firearms and other stolen property police in oakland this morning investigating a double homicide.
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"I a deadly prison riot in south carolina now martinez employs of the south carolina department of corrections are facing federal charges related to bribery and bringing contraband into prisons us attorney beth drake the defendants charged in clay corrections officers a nurse fade service employees a groundskeeper the prison workers are accused of giving inmates cell phones drugs alcohol and tobacco products the criminal charges come a week after a south carolina prison riot which left seven inmates dead and twenty two injured jim krasula cbs news santa barbara mental protection agency chief scott pruitt will face crucial hearings on capitol hill during the day he's expected to face questions about spending an ethics scandals that have triggered by partisan calls for his ouster he's scheduled to testify about his agency's budget before two house subcommittees i'm tom foty cbs news it's one zero five at the bay area's news station kcbs sunny today have the morning overcast good morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening as reported on the hourly news the thirties in sacramento say they've finally caught a man they believe murdered a dozen people and rape more than fifty in the nineteen seventies and eighties kcbs reported acceleration has more on the arrest of a suspect in the golden state killer case it was just last week that investigators began to focus on joseph james diangelo suspecting he might be the man who raped more than fifty women east of sacramento in the east bay and in southern california and killed a dozen people during a nineteen seventies and eighties crime spree that ended abruptly in nineteen eightysix county da gregg totten says dna evidence gave a thirties what they needed to arrest the angelo in front of his citrus hi tom it is the culmination of a decades long unrelenting investigation that singularly focused on bringing this rapist and killer to justice he's being charged with murdering a couple in ventura and is also under suspicion for murdering a couple in rancho cordova sacramento sheriff scott jones says de ngelo had been a cop advice elliott then in auburn where he was fired for shoplifting very possibly he was committing crimes during the time he was employed as a peace officer on obviously we'll be looking into whether it was actually on the job more charges are expected and they will carry the.
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"The morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's going on governor jerry brown is announced an agreement with the trump administration to send more california national guard troops to the border with mexico kcbs political reporter doug sovereign says the state will deploy those soldiers on its own terms when governor brown signaled he would accept federal funds to expand the guards border mission president trump thanked him but after the governor outlined strict terms excluding immigration enforcement the president savaged him on twitter governor brown remained calm telling the national press club in washington a deal between sacramento and the white house was at hand is trying to stop drug smuggling human trafficking and guns going to mexico to the cartels that sounds to me like fighting crime trying to catch desperate mothers and children are unaccompanied minors coming from central america that says like somebody else now the governor says that deal is done additional california guard troops will go to the border by the end of this month and stay for at least five months and they will do so under the restrictions the governor demanded despite the trump tweets no immigration enforcement no building of a border wall all of it paid for by washington the guard is chomping at the bit ready to go doug sovereign kcbs according to the us geological survey a major earthquake along the hayward fault could cause massive destruction deaths and injury kcbs jeffrey schaub has more on the findings from simulated tremor called the haywire scenario outlined on the uc berkeley campus yesterday it's being called a tectonic time bomb a seven point o magnitude quake erupts along the hayward fall from san pablo beta near san jose eight hundred kodi eighteen thousand injured understand that this is a different ballgame from loma prieta the deadly quake that erupted along the san andreas fault in nineteen eighty nine us geological survey assistant director of natural hazards david applegate says a new study called the haywire scenario shows a major quake centered near oakland would cause massive devastation scenario looks at both the impacts you know the direct human impacts the potential for for loss of life for rescue operations even though major hospitals and other infrastructure have been earthquake retrofitted or outright replaced since loma prieta pg says thousands would be out of power for weeks east bay mud says water service would be cut off for.
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"Stephen hawking author of a brief history of time has died at the age of seventy six that evening i'm larry sharoni deborah anderson is at the editor's desk cbs news covers the world next what's happening and why kcbs am kfc fm and hd one san francisco oakland san jose it's ten o'clock cbs news on the hour presented by liberty mutual insurance i'm jim shanavie word from cambridge england on the death of physicist stephen hawking the age of seventy six more from correspondent mark phillips he had become perhaps the most famous disabled person in the world and one of the best known scientific minds of modern times and he was living proof that any disability can be overcome stephen hawking with his wheelchair and his computerized voice was an instantly recognisable figure he made his last major public appearance at the london paralympic games where he needed no introduction dog people have grade current understanding of underlying order of the world why it has says it is way it exists at all mark phillips cbs news london democrat connor lamb has declared victory the official results of the special election to fill in open house seat from pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district won't be known tonight too close to call ninety nine percent of the vote counted lamb leads republican rick saccone by just three tenths of one percent and there are still about thirty two hundred absence he balanced tally cbs news director of elections anthony salvin may see one of these candidates maybe can't land has a you know slave couple of hundred vote lead as he does now but then you go into challenges and then you go into the re canvas you will not see at this point i think an outright projection of a win democrats say they've sent the white house a message in a district one by then candidate trump by twenty percentage points president trump was in southern california tuesday check progress on his border wall project this was really a day where we look at the different prototypes of the walls you seat up the media's in and some work very well some don't work so well when we build we want to build the right thing this is steve futterman in san diego as president trump was at the border there were rallies taking place both for and against his immigration policies the focal point was the war the catholic church opponents.
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"Larry sharoni kcbs news time twelve thirty one cbs news special report monserf threats and counter threats by president trump on north korea leader kim jongun now have the two of them ready to talk about north korea's nukes face to face and soon details from cbs news correspondent moline a delegation from south korea spent the day briefing us officials about its recent meetings with north korea after thursday night's announcement president trump tweeted great progress being made but sanctions will remain until an agreement is reached meeting being planned it remains unclear why kim suddenly agreed to talks with the us bought with some thoughts on that by skype from seoul south korea reporter jason stronger his side's pressure put on the regime by the us and united nations sanctions ruler kim jonghoon might feel that now is the right time because he's already said that his nuclear weapons program is at a state of completion cbs news special report i'm tom foty for more on the story kcbs thanks jeff barrel impending rising spoke earlier with hohns chatel a professor of political science and international relations at yonsei university in seoul south korea what's your reaction when he a thank while it is remarkable patty in december there was still quite a bit of concern that the trump administration was holding up the possibility of some sort of conflict over here possibly some sort of preventative strike detriot just to north korea and its nuclear program so now that we hear that donald trump to self is in fact possible you agreed to meet with kim jong in one hundred eighty degrees then i think we need to hear much more confirmation frankly both from the us side and the north korean side that they are in fact committed to some sort of denuclearization of course there'll be press very hard and what they need biting thursday she looks and cut a deconstruct in a little bit of what we her here one of the elements that came out from south korea's national security advisor is.
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"Of am seven forty kcbs hey cbs news time five fifty one you may have heard is talking about this story before the north bay fires have hindered a high school choirs quest to perform at new york's carnegie hall the kcbs as larry sharoni says a banking billionaire might just get them there yet east coast financier and philanthropist sanford weill heard the santa rosa high school concert choir story on kcbs last month and is offered a challenge here's the choirs director karaban bochy i'm interested in supporting our cars i think it's great for what you're doing with the kids and i would like to issue a challenge grant of fifteen thousand dollars towards your trip lombard she says to get that fifteen grand they have to raise thirty thousand dollars he says there's also a local connection with the wild family foundation being one of the main benefactors of weill hall at cinema state university while is also president of the board of trustees of carnegie hall felt new that the kicks want to kick out a thing there and that they already in throughout this stuff this year and then we had this canas six degrees connection between our while ah here and carnegie hall they're a bunch you use ready for whatever happens she's already ordered all the music for their performance in new york next month while checking the choirs gofundme page daily larry sharoni kcbs amazon says it is looking into reports that some people with those alexa enabled smart speakers have been hearing bursts of robotic laughter like this you don't want to hear that just suddenly coming out of the speaker in the corner your living room takes different horse yes reports about this problem been popping up on social media.
West Virginia lawmakers OK teacher pay raise to end strike
"Virginia teachers are headed back to school along with the state's quartermillionplus public school students the teacher's strike is over w t r f tvs page madden the sense of excitement outside of john marshall high school was almost tangible due to the promise of a five percent raise in the end of these statewide teacher work stoppage this is a good thing it's it's being fixed we will be part of the process to business and we'll come together and we'll work on that for a long for not just teachers and service personnel but for all public employees west virginia naturally wanted all along many teachers say they want nothing more than to be back in the classroom and they plan to use this experience as a lesson for their students of virginia man facing charges of marijuana possession and driving while intoxicated after a police pursuit and ended with him running over himself fairfax county police say 30yearold isaac bonds who got out of his car in tried to run but he forgot to put the car in park and it ended up hitting him he wasn't seriously hurt jim chenevey cbs news it's 1205 the beer is new station kcbs partly cloudy today with a chance of showers by tonight wednesday evening the morning i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening the san francisco corners been called to the scene of an officerinvolved shooting in the city's mission district shooting happened at about ten 45 last night the 21st encamped streets frank ponsa lives in the mission and saw what happened he tells kcbs officers stopped a vehicle and we're trying to get a man to come out of the truck lady police officer was quoting a guy into problems because it was a guy to come to get out to show his hands and he showed that but then he rolled over and he had a gun ice you know i could see that he shock first and then they just uh let loose on this is the body's now in the street covered with a white sheet the ads he saw woman in the back seat of the vehicle she was arrested the there are no reports that the officers were injured san francisco police remain on the scene with.
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"And partly cloudy and breezy tomorrow with a slight chance of showers this evening i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening quite police have responded now to a leaked video of the january third officer evolved shooting outside of the west oakland bart station he cbs's megan goals be has the story in the video you can see two men struggling outside the west oakland bart station after gunshots were heard in an officer running up and shooting and killing twenty eight year old salim tyndall really but police chief carlos robot says that video was leaked after reviewing viewing with the opd and the family by felt it's very important not only for us to get our side of the story out but for the integrity of the ongoing investigations tindall's brother professional boxer karim mayfield tells kpix five he was the one that posted the video on facebook the officer he he did say but he gave him alltimes even require to what are you sir row as says there are several investigation is ongoing and he knows the footage will look different to everyone but he sees one thing overall as everybody's running into the station in a frenzy he's running towards with gunfire and what i call that his courage in oakland make an gold speak kcbs or police say a man was dragged off a train beaten and robbed of his iphone at the pulse street station in san francisco late yesterday morning according to police the four juvenile suspects than fled the scene police say the victim was not hurt and that the suspects remain at large to protest gun violence and show solidarity with their peers in florida students said high schools in alameda walked out of class today key cbs's gentlemen reports from one of the rallies what is bush shootings anymore make a rally on the lawn outside and so now high school drew about fifty students in solidarity with their peers in florida were turning their grief after their own school shooting into.
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"Three the beria's new station kcbs cloudy and cold tonight with a slight chance of showers maybe even some snow flurries at some of the ira elevations mostly to partly cloudy tomorrow after chance of a few morning showers but evening i'm larry sharoni here's what's happening and investigation has determined state senator tony when those are likely engaged in six instances of flirtatious or sexually suggestive behavior with female staff members and lobbyists in the past decade democratic senator could face censure suspension expulsion or reinstatement from his colleagues released thursday he's been suspended during the investigation the senate released a three paid summary of the findings of the investigation by outside lawyers today clair's mendoza of an allegation he fired staff members who reported one of the instances but a finds a more likely the not the mendoza engage the behaviour such as offering a nineteen year old alcohol in a hotel suite at a democratic party event as well as inviting a young woman in a senate fellowship program to take a vacation with him and the rent a room in his home in appeals court is casting doubt over the way bales are set here in california kcbs reported critised kim reports on a rally at the san francisco all of justice today were opponents pointed to the arrest of an elderly man in their call for reforms all of us all of us 64yearold kenneth humphreys committed his third strike by giving it a fight with his neighbor and taking some money and cologne his bail six hundred thousand dollars lower to three hundred and fifty thousand outrageous to san francisco public defender jeff adachi it said that the way in which the california courts in the judicial system has been dealing with bail is patently illegal several groups use the humphreys example and won a court decision that the bail was excessive for the crime and appeals court upheld the original decision now state attorney general harvey air bazire says he agrees with the courts and will not appeal that decision nowin in california indeed no one in america should remain in jail solely because they cannot afford bail supporters are now backing a senate bill in sacramento that would reform the bail process at the.