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Apple reveals lower cost watch, updated iPad and new bundle of services

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | Last month

Apple reveals lower cost watch, updated iPad and new bundle of services

"Its new product launch virtually for 2020 announcing New Apple watches, Ipads and subscription bundles. KCBS is Margie Schaefer, reports, fitness and health are highly featured. The subscription service offers Apple TV plus Apple Music and iCloud Service Apple arcade and bundles them together. And for a higher price. You can get Apple fitness plus offering studio like workout classes that work with the Apple Watch. They'll give you every week, a new class on yoga or bicycling or whatever else. All of this is, of course, meant to compete with Spotify for music and who. Lou and Netflix for video and Pel Aton for fitness. That is seen at editor at large insured. The service will launch with a 30 Day free trial this fall. Yeah, obviously is designed to get you hooked, just like all the free trouts out there a higher end Apple watch Siri's six features a blood oxygen sensor. And there's also a lower and watch $279. And it's meant to offer while the features that have become popular with the apple Watch, for example, fall detection, which anyone who has elderly parents or grandparents, they're like, Oh, that sounds great New ipads come in multiple colors. Margie Schaefer, KCBS Smoke and

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Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court

"California Supreme Court has overturned the 2005 death sentence for Scott Peterson in the slaying of his pregnant wife, Kay, CBS's Margie Schaefer reports. The nationally televised case was prosecuted in San Mateo County. This overturning of the death penalty comes more than 15 years after Scott Peterson was convicted of killing his pregnant wife, Lacey, a schoolteacher in Modesto. And their unborn son, Conner and dumping the bodies in the San Francisco Bay, the court, saying prosecutors may try again for the same sentence if they wish In the high profile case. Loyola Law School professor Laurie Levinson says she's not totally surprised by the ruling. There's substantial evidence that the jurors in this case already had their attitudes made up by the time they actually heard the evidence. And that's a problem, especially in a death penalty case. See an animus decision by the California Supreme Court, saying, We have to be extra careful that when jurors make this type of decision they're making it fairly. The court did uphold Peterson's conviction of murdering Lacy Peterson and their unborn son, Conner. If prosecutors up to not retry the penalty phase, Peterson's punishment becomes life in prison.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

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01:53 min | 2 months ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS Margie Schaefer. Convicted killer Scott Peterson's death penalty is overturned by the California Supreme Court. PCBs, traffic and weather together. Time will start you off on the roads. We get the very latest there from your local Honda Dealers Traffic center and Kim Vestal and this ongoing back up on the Altamont Pass is definitely our lead. Graphic stories we kick off the five o'clock hour all started shortly after two in an overturned big rig blocked the two left lanes, spilling some of its low rocks and dirt. Those two left lanes are still blocked right before 205 and traffic is backed up now eastbound that from before airway and that right at one point about an hour and 45 minutes might even be longer. Now. Still nothing Official from Highway Patrol. We heard some whispers some rumors all fake news. As far as I'm concerned until we get the go ahead. From the highway Patrol. So your best alternates There are a few Patterson Pass Road Gavaskar Road to Byron Highway. Also the Altamont Pass Road. They're jamming up, too, but they're moving a little bit better. Aunt. Still, no estimated time for reopening. It's our biggest back up in the Bay Area. We just get the usual backups all around the Bay Area. Nothing new in the South Bay. There's some good news a slow and go leaving the Santa Clara Valley on South bound Wanna once starting it Coyote Creek Golf Drive into San Martine, just so when stretches. We haven't had any accidents for that, right it all and it's a little heavy between Union City and Hayward on North bound 8 80 earlier problems so all clear, including one at the end of the sama Tail bridge. You're right there in both directions. Great and no delays on the Dumbarton Bridge. You're next Sunday to 5 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. We're going to continue to see smoky skies at least through midweek, But temperatures are going to back off a little. They're not going to be as hot as they have been for.

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Fentanyl Now Officially Causes the Most Drug Overdose Deaths in the U.S.

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Fentanyl Now Officially Causes the Most Drug Overdose Deaths in the U.S.

"Fenton all is now the leading cause of opioid overdose deaths in san francisco it has surpassed prescription pills and heroin courting to the san francisco chronicle k._c._b._s.'s margie schaefer reports deaths are increasing despite the use of opioid reversal agents in two thousand ten six people died in san francisco fennel overdoses and twenty eighteen that number grew to fifty seven deaths according to the san francisco chronicle knows about fifty to one hundred times more potent than heroin that his medical director of addiction at stanford university on a lemke who says fenton all with once added to heroin or elicit xanax or mixed with other drugs it's now being sold on its own people with the disease of addiction actually seeking out no because for much less of the drug they get more potent high first responders in san francisco arkansas national leaders in providing the opioid overdose reversal agent lock zone but some are frustrated that often the same people are resuscitate multiple times what we need to do a better job of not just in terms cisco but nationally is finding ways to convince people who are overdosing to get to get into treatment some fennel users claim they prefer to smoke fenton all then shoot heroin and risk

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Ex-Stanford sailing coach avoids prison in U.S. college admissions scandal

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Ex-Stanford sailing coach avoids prison in U.S. college admissions scandal

"Former Stanford sailing coach John van damore, the first person sentenced in the college, admissions bribery scheme apologized to its friends family. The sailing team and Stanford during the sentencing hearing, and the US district judge sentenced him to one day in prison deemed serve. Learn much for my mistake, and it will take those Ford in my life legal analyst. Stephen Clark says he was treated kindly by the court for two reasons. The first is that he did not personally gain from these illicit payments, but I think most important was his early acknowledgement of responsibility, and guilt, and his contrition, this case has exposed the lengths that some wealthy parents have gone to get their kids into top schools some bay area. Parents have admitted their responsibility Clark says judges look favorably upon defendants who acknowledge responsibility early case Laurie Laughlin on the other hand, who may be perceived as dragging her feet could still be facing a significant prison sentence. Meanwhile, Stanford says it is committed to learning from this deeply unfortunate episode Margie Schaefer,

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John Van Demar, Margie Schaefer And Stanford discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

John Van Demar, Margie Schaefer And Stanford discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

"Forty three. A former Stanford sailing coach has avoided prison time after he admitted to accepting bribes in college. Admissions cheating scandal KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports not all defendants are likely to face the same outcome. However, former sailing coach John van demar pleaded guilty to taking money for Stanford sailing program in exchange for labeling perspective students as team recruits. I'm here to take

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Two US Women's Soccer Players Hail From Small Bay Area High School

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Two US Women's Soccer Players Hail From Small Bay Area High School

"The women's world soccer team World Cup soccer team setting multiple records in thirteen meal win over. Thailand team has several players who went to college in California, and his KCBS mortgage Schaefer, reports, a couple of teammates went to the same high school in Atherton Sacred, Heart prep and Atherton has to alumni on the World Cup team. If you came to the Barry wouldn't think this is the soccer school. It's a has a very strong talker program, but is not the soccer dynasty is not this. Powerhouse longtime teacher at Sacred, Heart prep, and former varsity women's soccer. Coach Jake Moffitt says it's statistically improbable that both Abby doll camper and Tierney, Davidson would come from the same high school. There's a six year gap between the two the never played together. But they play the same position that both play centreback though in high school, they'd never played that position because both of them are so good that in high school game they need to be in the center of the midfield. They need to be touching the ball, all the time Moffat and his daughter are headed to France to watch the next two matches in the first row in Paris for the second game on Sunday and then head up to Normandy and watch them play Sweden. USA is the defending champion coming up to this tournament. And at home, they look great Eknath Margie Schaefer.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Indus-. Stroll Parkway to Fremont boulevard, electrical work is taking place, but it's not causing too much of a slowdown in your next traffic update. Eleven fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS. Here's the six day forecast with warm weather tomorrow sixties to the mid eighties into the low eighties on Friday. We all get cool and foggy on Saturday. In fact, the fog will stick around inland. Most of the day as well. So highs will the only in the sixties sunny and warmer weather, though returns on Easter Sunday with highs back into the seventies and sixties seventies and low eighties on Monday and Tuesday around the bay tonight. It's fifty one degrees in Napa. And Santa Rosa fifty four in San Rafael, sixty in concord, Oakland, fifty eight Livermore at fifty seven degrees. Fifty six and Fremont tonight. Fifty eight in Redwood City, and San Jose and fifty five on the bark ero- in San Francisco. Traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one six nine and AM seven forty KCBS five our teen with caffeine. From green tea leaves. It's delicious energizing and comes in three amazing flavors with zero sugar and four calories. It fits your life with its contact size import ability. It goes for you. Go to the campsite, the hiking trail the beach without weighing down five our teen caffeine from green tea leaves. Release your natural side from the neighbors of five our inner team. For more information, visit five hour energy dot com right now. It's out with the old and in with the extended spring sale as in in incredibly fast reliable internet, powered by Cindy by. It's out with the old and in with simple easy. Awesome. Click call or store today. Restrictions apply. Not available in all areas. Actual news time eleven fifty. I'm John Evans editing, the news tonight, Deborah anger, Sohn after eighteen years. Apple seems ready to end the tunes app as we now know it KCBS Margie Schaefer reports one apple follower believes the company plans to split I tunes into. Two separate apps. I has become a repository for all things media says founder and editor of six colors dot com. Jason Snell who calls I tunes kind of a mess. But there is new technology coming in the map this fall, which gives them away to take the work. They did on their mobile platforms and.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Margie Schaefer. Here's what's happening in El Salvador, governor Newsome is stunned to hear that President Trump is replacing his secretary of homeland security because she wasn't tough enough on legal immigration KCBS, political reporter duct sovereign on assignment. In El Salvador, says Newsom is also firing back at critics say he has no business investigating immigration in Central America. Upon hearing that President Trump wants to drawn even harder line on immigration. Governor Newsom wondered how the White House could possibly ratchet up. It's anti migrant rhetoric. Even more rhetoric Newsom called toxic and repugnant Newsom told KCBS Mr. Trump can't wall off oppressed, people seeking legitimate legal asylum. The biggest stories not what's happening in Mexico. The biggest story on issues of migration. Silence secrecy. Biggest story. On immigration in the United States of America is Donald Trump and the northern triangle is Donald Trump in Central America, not just Mexico, but substantively Central America, and I'll Salvador specifically. And so that's again, while we're Newsom dismissed the notion that he could learn the root causes of migration from El Salvador from his desk in Sacramento at ten to feel something to touch something you're gonna get a sense of of things. And so it again, it's not an intellectual exercise, and it's about human being. So it's very motion exercise. There is a humanitarian component of this. We that is very real. In raw Newsom is just getting started here touring the tomb of Saint Oscar Romero, the slain archbishop with the mayor of San Salvador estimates him who said the governor was right to come here and President Trump's desire to slash aid and build a wall as counterproductive it would be much more profitable.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Been the center of several recruitment in bribery scandals each former campus gynecologist stands accused of molesting dozens of patients with administrators accused of not doing enough to stop it. Now, the college admissions cheating scandal, areola gross is a professor of law and history at USC didn't have the kind of oversight wing made it we didn't have the kind of faculty governance that we needed. So we saw unfortunately, a really terrible series of events unfold. And we hope things are on the way to turning around now. But we have a long way to go. Professor. Grow says, there's no way of knowing at this point if USC is simply a victim the admission scandal or bears responsibility in some way reporter, Chris Cedeno. So with KNX KCBS news time six fifty two people of color have to keep a close eye on their blood pressure to avoid Alzheimer's disease. That's according to researchers at you. UC Davis who found startling differences in the causes of dementia in African American patients as opposed to whites. There was a much larger percent who had vascular disease as a contributor to their dementia. So some of them had Alzheimer's disease, and vascular disease that was much more common in the African Americans in the Latino population. It was almost also river disease with much less pure, Alzheimer's. That's doctor Charles de Carli. He heads up the UC Davis Alzheimer's disease center. He says it's particularly important for people of color to get their blood pressure checked exercise and to eat a heart healthy diet. The Trump administration is exempting a stretch of salt ponds along the peninsula from the clean water. Act. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports any construction were require several approvals that some local politicians are not inclined to grant decade ago. Cargill and developer DNB associates proposed building twelve thousand homes on the salt lands east of highway one one on the peninsula. Redwood. City mayor Ian, Bain in two thousand twelve the developer withdrew the proposal. They said they were going to Washington to get clarity.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time four fifty two. Are Newswatch continues. Some San Jose residents are upset about trains blaring horns in the middle of the night. KCBS Margie Schaefer reports Union Pacific is warning. The sounds won't be going away anytime soon. This sound that often can be heard in the middle of the night is what lots of people are talking about on next door for San Jose's Japan town, seeing the trains and package. That's the two things. We hear about a lot on the message for Union Pacific says freight train traffic is increasing in this area. And this is not a quiet zone. So when how and where horns are blown is under the jurisdiction of the federal railroad administration. Sam has an apartment near the tracks. One mile an hour just blowing the horn. All right. You have to get out of the way you can't run people over there are quite a few homeless camped out near these tracks. This resident has additional concerns if it's a safety issues, and it's more concerned about what is actually coming through in the middle of the night and not necessarily the noise. It's making for noise. It's possible for San Jose to apply for a quiet zone designation with the F R. It's a rigorous process that requires significant investment in crossing upgrades in San Jose Margie Schaefer, KCBS greyhound is no longer allowing authorities to drop off immigrant families inside bus stations, forcing those who have been released from custody to wait outside until they have a ticket US, immigration and customs enforcement confirming that it has been asked to leave migrants outside the facilities. Greyhound says that the company is experiencing a quote unprecedented increase of individuals at certain bus terminals, and the travelers need tickets to get in for years has dropped off migrants at greyhound stations after releasing them pending court hearing soften for asylum. The often wait long hours until. Someone can buy them a ticket. It's move onto the money watch..

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Gap and Old Navy are splitting up

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Gap and Old Navy are splitting up

"San Francisco based gap is splitting into and the market. Like, the news KCBS is Margie. Schaefer reports on the challenges and opportunities ahead. Gap says it is creating two independent publicly traded companies low priced old navy and a yet to be named company, which will include the gap brand athletic banana Republic intermix and he'll city Republic. These particular brands have not innovative in addition to that so many of their locations are really poor. They're not working tumors are calling. So a lot of stores will be that will help them that is consumer psychologists kit. Yaro who says old navy? Heavy is offering what consumers want and they deserve to have more attention on their brand to innovate. Hey, CBS business. Reporter Jason Brooks pointed to last year's number. So a sales for the flagship chain down five percent while old navy sales were up by three percent and made up half the overall revenue probably one of the things that is helping out. The stock is that the company is going to close two hundred thirty stores that's one in five gaps out there in the market tends to cheer cost cutting measures. But long-term gap is going to have to prove they can grow sales. Atlas founded in San Francisco fifty years ago

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Engineered yeast can brew up the active ingredients in cannabis plants

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Engineered yeast can brew up the active ingredients in cannabis plants

"Science now has a way to get the active ingredients from marijuana without actually going growing rather a pot plant KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from Emeryville on the brakes through claimed by scientists from UC Berkeley, professor of chemical. Bioengineering J Kiessling in his team at UC Berkeley have figured out a way to make cannabis compounds without plants. In fact, he says it's better than plants. We've taken the genes out of cannabis that are responsible for producing THC, and we put them into yeast you can grow yeast on sugar, and it produces CBD or THC depending on which genes it has in it just like bring beer, his company Dimitri is working on making the yeast a super producer with the goal of large-scale production for pharmaceutical or cosmetic companies where production would take just one to two weeks. Everything we do in my laboratory over Dmitry is approved by the DA. We follow all of the federal guidelines. What advantage of yeast production is to simplify production of pure compounds and measure them, we'll be able to supply high-quality pure can happen for the consumer a decade ago, his lab engineered an anti malarial

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Low risk travelers Margie Schaefer KCBS Trump's been busy on Twitter. This morning is later tweet. Reads, billions of dollars sent to the state of California for forest fires. He misspelled forest that with proper forest management in spell it. Again. There would never happen unless they get their act together. Which is unlike the I of ordered FINA to send no more money. It is a disgraceful situation in lives and money in tweet coming up at seven thirty one this morning. We'll be joined live by San Jose congresswoman, so Lofgren to talk about that. And her response to the president's wall speech last night. Are you a US citizen that simple question is fraught with controversy this week in San Francisco federal courtroom as KCBS has mad Bigler reports live the city of San Jose is trying to show that a citizenship question will have a major negative impact on its twenty twenty cents Matt's. Susan, and STAN here's a question for you. What percentage? Of San Jose's population is foreign born. I'd say what maybe twenty eight percent. I don't know maybe twenty forty percent. That's according to the city forty percent of the population is foreign born. And city attorney Rick Doyle says many of those immigrants legal or illegal maybe afraid to participate in the twenty twenty cents this. If there is a question about their citizenship means to us is we will have loss of federal funds. We will be impacted in terms of fair representation. In the federal government in congress testimony is being heard by US district. Judge Richard seaboard this week. He will decide the case without a jury. Kristen Clark with the lawyers committee for civil rights says their main evidence is a paper trail from commerce secretary Wilbur Ross that we believe make plain Wilbur Ross's deal in advancing citizenship question that he well knows will harm our ability to capture an accurate count of the population. But Justice department arguing the citizenship question is reasonable and the answers will be subject to strict confidentiality requirements reporting live, Matt Bigler KCBI. Thank you. KCBS news time seven thirteen.

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Suspect accused of killing cop makes first court appearance

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect accused of killing cop makes first court appearance

"Colleagues family and friends packed the courtroom where he's accused killer who startled Peres Ariaca based Stanislas county judge for the first time instead of hearing the defendant, enter a plea to murder and other charges. They heard his attorney declared that Arianga may not be fit for trial. A doctor will now examine his mental state and report back to the court at his next appearance scheduled for five weeks from now sings family did not answer reporters questions before or after the hearing. They were greeted by dozens of supporters holding signs with slogans like back. The blue and Justice for corporal sing, our youngest supporters also came and went in silence in Modesto lane KCBS, family and supporters of a woman shot and killed by San Jose police on Christmas day gathered near the site of the shooting today. KCBS KCBS's Margie Schaefer reports they're calling for criminal charges against the four

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

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04:23 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's six oh, three at the bay area's news station. KCBS a warm weekend ahead tomorrow should be the warmer day. We'll get that forecast for you in just a few. Thanks for joining us on Jeff bell. I'm Patty rising band. Here's what's happening. There's a lot of talk about the housing crisis in the bay area and congresswoman Jackie speier is bringing people together with how to fix it KCBS is Curtis. Cam was with the congresswoman in San Mateo today. We've we've been invited by Jackie speier to hear the congresswoman Jackie speier of San Mateo, put out an open, call for city and county leaders and other governmental officials on the peninsula to come together to hear from professor Matt Desmond. So Matthew Desmond is the preeminent expert on? How housing is the linchpin of poverty in this country. And if we can avoid people being addicted from their housing than we are. So far better off in terms of reducing the amount of people in poverty. I ask the professor if the housing crisis really can be fixed. Of course. I mean, the good news here is that it's not a struggle over resources. It's about political will it's about buying. I think it's about how much we want to say, you know, part of our progressivism in a place like the bay area means that this is a city for everyone. Carol grove of the Menlo Park housing commission, attended the gathering. I think we need to find ways to keep some of the natural affordable housing affordable. And that's it was hoped. The round table would be a foundation for further action in San Mateo Curtis Kim KCBS as the strike against Marriott is now in its fifth week. The San Francisco board of supervisors took the unusual step of holding a special hearing on the issue KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from San Francisco city hall where to overflow rooms were needed to accommodate the many hotel workers who attended supervisors heard firsthand from striking hotel workers about why they hit the picket lines Luca Rumas single mom who has worked at the Marriott hotel for six and a half years. Was recently. A victim. I can be any more. I'm living with my sister. It's so hard to occupy one Neum with my kids with twenty five hundred hotel workers on the lines. This is the biggest strike that San Francisco is seen in any industry and more than a generation says supervisor Hillary Ronen this strike touches on nearly everything. We as supervisors are asked to weigh in on from income inequality to environmental sustainability to healthcare and the budget, the CEO of Marietta was invited to the hearing, but declined wages in healthcare appear to be the sticking points as the Marriott and the union had back to the bargaining table. On November twelfth at San Francisco city hall Margie Schaefer, KCBS in what's likely to be among his last speech as governor Jerry Brown made a rare campaign appearance in the bay area today. Brown sort short speech about his opposition to proposition six a measure that would back transportation investments under his watch was in Palo Alto chilling proposition. Six is the right thing to do so bad idea. It's dangerous and it was cooked. Up by some shady politicians who use campaign funds because they thought they could fool the people prop six would repeal hikes in gas taxes and vehicle fees Brown champion last year to fund fifty two billion dollars worth of transportation projects over a decade. Critics however, say the taxes burden family struggling to get by an inexpensive state fire at a homeless encampment in Oakland this afternoon displaced about fifteen people broke out at about twelve thirty but crews Raval to put it out in about forty five minutes. Fire crews rescued one dog, but another died in that fire officials say that the fire destroyed about fifteen dwellings with the rest of the cabinet is still standing. There is no word yet on what caused that fire a purse matching this afternoon at a movie theater in Santa Clara leads to a vehicle and subsequent foot. Chase Santa Clara police tell KCBS that two male suspects attempted to steal the purse of a woman at a theatre police say shortly before three pm officers spotted someone matching the description of one of the. Suspects leaving in a stolen car, which they then they chased him around Levi stadium before the driver crash.

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CBS names interim chairman as 2 board members step down

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00:28 sec | 2 years ago

CBS names interim chairman as 2 board members step down

"P dorm floor and well Perez went to the jam. He would go home to shower. He says barriers are often psychosocial. And so it's really important to have physical symbols of efforts to address psychosocial spaces considered a model which could expand to the rest of the UC system in Berkeley Margie Schaefer KCBS for every post that is removed for violating Facebook policies. A human has to view it and makes the decision to

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Three point five billion dollar bond measure measure are with by voters in two thousand sixteen to rebuild Bart and the continuing trackwork which will impact some writers this weekend is funded through this measure. So what's happening now is we're revitalizing this really important portion of track that has an impact on every trip. We make. So what's the impact to riders a much more reliable and smoother ride across the bay? That is mar spokesman Chris Philipe Abbar. Our our committee oversees the funds and learned today the agency is ninety four percent ahead of schedule. In terms of putting the money into projects measure our projects are going to be going on for the next few decades. But at least at this very early stage with the first ten percent of the bond money will way ahead of schedule in terms of putting it into action Bart riders this weekend. Should plan ahead trains will not be running between west Oakland and lake Merritt and west Oakland and nineteenth street because of the work. A bus bridge will be in place in Oakland Margie Schaefer, KCBS about twenty people rallied yesterday outside the ice office in San Francisco ahead of an asylum hearing for a Santa's a man facing deportation MS AL Florez emigrated to the US from Mexico nearly twenty years ago in may he was detained by is agents outside. His home since being jailed. He's been moved from the west county detention facility in Richmond to jail in Aurora. Colorado Flora's partner Fatima Aguadera is more than seven months pregnant with his child. His hearing was originally scheduled for August, however, technical issues with the teleconferencing system at the Colorado jail has caused that hearing to be postponed. KCBS news time three twenty five..

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Trapped: Carnivorous plant business opening in Half Moon Bay

24 Hour News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Trapped: Carnivorous plant business opening in Half Moon Bay

"And the carnivorous plant business has opened in Half Moon. Bay KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports at an interest started as a this whole thing started as a school science project, and then evolved into a money making venture selling predatory plants is admittedly a niche business explains. Predatory plants dot com owner Josh Brown who now has a retail outlet in his hometown of Half Moon bay. These are plants their plants from all over the world that in some way or another attract capture and digest mostly insects, but any living thing for their nutrition Brown's interest in these plants began with a Half Moon bay junior high school science project where he tested to see if carnivorous plants could be vegetarians. He fed them tofu and it worked and they love it. But then I had all these plants after the project so for the rest of my young adult life. I had a small collection of carnivorous plants in college. They lived in a terrarium under my bed. He sells the tofu eating Sunday from South Africa and Venus fly traps, which he says are subject to wide ranging misconceptions. The reality is these are plants from North Carolina there about an inch maybe two inches across his favorite is the tropical pitcher plant Nepenthes from southeast Asia with elegant hanging pitchers that hold a digestive fluid and catch. Insects and ants. These are plants that I've grown from seed here, the largest producer of tropical pitcher plants from seed in the United States are breeding program has been going in a serious way for about five years. Now, the recently married Brown would like to spend a honeymoon in south East Asia, he and his new bride or working out the details, she's thinking beach. He's thinking hiking dec- pitcher plants beyond that he's looking to expand his space to host carnivorous plant classes and birthday parties

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California Sets Goal Of 100 Percent Clean Electric Power By 2045

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:06 min | 2 years ago

California Sets Goal Of 100 Percent Clean Electric Power By 2045

"California will get all of its energy from clean sources twenty seven years. That is the lofty goal announced by governor Brown in Sacramento today. He CBS's Jeffrey Schaub reports the state capital. The California's electric energy providers will have to be carbon free by the year. Twenty forty five governor already a leading environmental advocates signed into law. Senate Bill one hundred it sets the lofty goal of one hundred percent clean power generation this Bill and others. I'm gonna sign this week helpless go in this direction, but have no illusions, California and the rest of the. World have miles to go before we achieve zero carbon emissions, but you have to begin you have to get something done. California's been doing stuff that the rest of the world. Most of the world is just opening. They might get some day the governor joined legislative leaders and environmentalists in making his announcement. The Bill requires that the state's energy providers. Eliminate all fossil fuels by twenty forty five. And the Bill also requires that utilities. Meet the goal of sixty percent renewable source power by the year,

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Vatican promises 'clarifications' to pope cover-up claims

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Vatican promises 'clarifications' to pope cover-up claims

"Francis. Top advisors say the Vatican is preparing the necessary clarifications about accusations that the pope covered up the sexual misconduct of a now. Disgraced American cardinal the scandal has thrown Francis. Papacy into crisis, but his night advisers today express, their full solidarity with the pope the cardinals who are meeting this week at the Vatican issued a statement that the Holy See is formulating. A response Francis has refused to respond to claims by the retired ambassador to the US archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano that Francis. Rehabilitated ex cardinal Theodore McCarrick from Connecticut sanctions imposed on him by Pope Benedict. Vatican has. Since has has known since two thousand that McCarrick slept with seminarians Francis. Removed him as a cardinal following accusations that he groped a teenager.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We are looking for more sunny warm weather for the next couple of days. We're gonna really heat things up our forecast on the way object Bill, I'm Patty rising. Here's what's happening. I highlight is dad and two women were hurt following a late morning. Plane crash in Palo Alto. KCBS is Margie. Schaefer reports the pilot was flying his plane to help people in need the man who piloted the Mooney m twenty that crashed while attempting to land at the Palo Alto airport was on a special mission or Han. Bashar is a volunteer with the organization angel flight west flight west organization, I'm an angel panel. We carry sick people around who cannot afford flying. They come to Stanford for treatment pilot was a sixty year old man who left from reading the FAA an NTSB are now at the scene of this crash, a duck pond in the bay lands lagoon about a thousand feet from the runway also on board the flight to. Female passengers who got out on the wing of the plane and deputy chief of the Palo Alto. Fire department. Gio black Shire says they were rescued by fire personnel. One patient was able to walk to the ambulance. The other was on a stretcher on a gurney. The cause of the crash is under investigation. But one pilot says it appears this plane was coming into high too fast in Palo Alto Margie, Schaefer, KCBS unprecedented disruptions at launched today's confirmation hearing of supreme court nominee. Brett cana- expected to continue throughout the four day processes KCBS reporter, Holly Kwon tells us even longtime court watchers say they have never seen such a display of opposition before. Cavenaugh critics call it activism Republicans call it mob rule. Protesters in the audience of the Senate Judiciary committee meeting routinely, interrupting proceedings coupled with democratic committee members insisting on a delay to review late documents and demanding additional ones. Closest I can even remember anything like this is when the Clarence Thomas hearings were happening, but that was a completely different situation where some some surprising and unprecedented allegations of sexual misconduct were being made nothing like this on the very first day. Opening statements are usually the most boring part of the day. But here they spent an hour fighting with each other, interrupting each other and speaking all over each other little is professor at Hastings college of the law and clerked at the supreme court judge on the ninth circuit who after he was confirmed, and after they received life tenure they discovered that this was a lawyer who went in the White House or in the department Justice had signed off on the torture memo. And there was a lot of regret like we should have had those documents before. Or him. But nobody really asked for them. Nobody pushed for them. So that's really what you're seeing. Here. You're seeing pushing based on that prior incident with the judge on the ninth circuit Kavanagh's expected to start answering questions on Wednesday. Kwon ki KCBS, Google won't have an executive testifying alongside Twitter and Facebook before a Senate intelligence committee hearing tomorrow is KCBS is making goals v reports the hat of Google's parent company declined the invitation to speak at the panel on foreign social media tampering. Facebook and Twitter executives will be there though and see nut executive editor insurer who's in DC to cover. The hearing says read they're prepared remark. They are saying that the concern that people are having around stuff way collection interference at all of that. They are trying to answer it, and they are trying to find solutions number of them that they've talked about already lake requiring those who by political ads to be based in the United States. They have created transparency centers and show us all the ads that are. Are run that our political on Twitter and Facebook. So we know what the executives are going to say. Now, says sure. Going to be interesting to see how much congress pushes back because a lot of the interesting thing about this whole debate at this point is that a lot of the Russian interference concerns are happening on the internet. Then he says Google's refusal to send the head of the company. The committee wouldn't accept a substitute isn't making the tech giant look very good in their eyes or in the eyes of the public. Megan gold, speak KCBS, just ahead on KCBS. This is Keri Huda sex smoke from the northern California. Wildfires continue to affect air quality here in the bay area..

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Liberal Democrat and Trump-backed Republican to face off for Florida governor

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Liberal Democrat and Trump-backed Republican to face off for Florida governor

"In Florida the. Governor's race looking also to be a referendum. On the president or the heavily favored Rhonda's Santa's, backed by Mr. Trump. Against a liberal Democrat Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum CBS's the contest in Florida and Arizona are indicative, of the kind of challenge that, Republicans all across the country you're gonna, have this year how closely do you stand with President Trump. Who obviously enjoys, the support of the most diehard Republicans across the country but who isn't as popular in these big states as he ends in some other parts of the country

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Amazon, Bloomberg and Margie Schaefer discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon, Bloomberg and Margie Schaefer discussed on 24 Hour News

"Minute Amazon wants to muscle in on Roku territory the information reports Amazon will. Launch an ad supported free video app in direct challenge to. Roku Amazon service would be for the almost fifty million people who use its fire TV streaming devices. It too will license older TV shows which have already

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Tom Steyer slams Washington establishment for not pursuing Trump impeachment

24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Tom Steyer slams Washington establishment for not pursuing Trump impeachment

"The impeachment question divides Democrats and while some say it should not be a priority. KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports the man behind the need to impeach group is pushing forward to remove Donald. Trump from the White House there are five and a half million signatories to the need to. Impeach petition backed by billionaire Tom Steiner who says there was already enough evidence to impeach the president before this week's, guilty plea by Trump's attorney Michael Cohen and the conviction of. The president's former campaign manager Paul Manafort people who. Were surprised by this week all I can tell him is don't hold your breath for it to get better because. It's going to get worse stiers says. A panel of fifty eight constitutional scholars weighed in and found nine grounds for impeachment firing of Mr. Komi Because he was investigating them over Russian collusion was the very essence of obstruction of Justice. Sires at odds, with House. Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi who. Says impeachment is not a priority for Democrats what we're talking about is not short-term. Political considerations which apparently leader Pelosi is what we're talking about is telling the most important truth in American. Politics as for stiers political ambitions he says he'll make those decisions following the midterm elections in.

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San Francisco, Bloomberg and Hawaii discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

San Francisco, Bloomberg and Hawaii discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

"Cancellations. In Coming days it depends on the severity of the storm the conditions of local airports and airlines comfort. Level operating in. And out of that location airlines do not want a strand passengers SFO operates twenty. Daily flights to Hawaii mostly to

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Devastating wildfires a "new normal" for California, governor says

24 Hour News

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Devastating wildfires a "new normal" for California, governor says

"A thousand responses to wow that part's Jeffrey Schaub CBS containment. Is up on, the car, fire which burned area equivalent to the size of the city of San Jose, well more reading residents are being a back into. Their neighborhoods there are still several. Evacuation shelters, open and some four thousand firefighters on the front, lines and they need to eat KCBS reporter Holly quantities, in reading we're chefs and food is trying to raise the bar on disaster dining in a rented commercial kitchen in downtown, reading volunteers are assembling, salads and making welcome only from scratch no prepackaged, sandwiches Laden with, preservatives or sat that for these firefighters. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Things like that but you know I mean. It's there's only, so many of those that that They can eat chef Tim Kilcoyne left his sandwich shop in Ventura County to, come here and manage the world central, kitchen reading effort this is the group started by renowned chef Jose Andress that went to Puerto Rico after the hurricane Hawaii. After volcano he. Points to what looks like a simple ham and cheese. Sandwich but with extra dressing to boost calories on the front lines it's at that secret sauce you know balance. That's in there, to elevate, that ham and cheese sandwich and I mean it's I know you're, craving a ham and cheese sandwich now volunteer Greg Lauder is making, a bucket of marinade or three hundred pounds of pork loin. Waiting to be smoked ginger. Lonzo green, onions Saracho going to be some rice wine so he saw. Glen bell that, up You can't. See anymore chunks sharing the rented kitchen is for Nari. Sausage company a small local maker whose owner lost. His, house, in the fire and then the farmer's market closed so they couldn't sell anything so Kilcoyne stepped in we, need, product, anyways and, it only makes sense he's here making. Suppressed sausage and we need we need He says for evacuees or firefighters, away from home. Fresh fruits vegetables you know cooking like you would at home I mean that it goes a long, way and it, makes a big difference with you. Know just. Let people are going through in reading Holly. Kwan KCBS and you can see some of this mouth-watering food on our website check for Holly. Story at KCBS radio dot com governor Jerry Brown of spoken up for the first, time about the deadly wildfires burning. In the state calling the situation a new normal. KCBS has. Mortgage chef reports firefighters are bracing for a long fire. Season there have been sixteen major. Fires since the state's fire siege began in, July a new normal we're in a drought that will continue now, whether you technically call it a. Drought this matter for the. Weather people but I. Suspect there'll be more, fires to come California governor. Jerry Brown says the cost of fighting the. Fires are A small but growing part, of the, state budget the challenge of fighting fires is not just limited to California but includes the entire western United States reaching into Texas. All aviation assets that are available, in the system. Are not only deploy throughout California but all of these other states and so we continue to coordinate, every day actually, every hour throughout the day it's. A very. Dynamic process director Cal fire Ken Pimlott says. Thirteen thousand firefighters are on the fire lines across the state and more are being deployed rotating. In to relieve others who have been on the lines he says the goal is, to keep the fire small the. Emergency operation center in may there is operating twenty. Four seven. And fire season could last into December Margie Schaefer KCBS MoneyWatch KCBS. News time one twenty five indicators. On the, job, market, manufacturing, in, the mood, of consumers around the way this morning the weekly update on new unemployment claims, and, a report, on July layoffs will be out before. Wall Street brings the opening bell and right after the start, of trading we get reports on factory orders consumer comfort. And mortgage rates Dan Trotsky Janney Montgomery Scott tells Bloomberg radio there could be some, stock market volatility between now and. The end of the year but the trend is still positive I'm very bullish. On the longer term implications for. US equity markets Tomba nation, of shifting demographic landscape so the rise of millennials they're going to generate a lot of economic velocity one Trotsky says that velocity will come as millennials. Form new, households corporate earnings will get attention today CBS. Yum brands Kellogg Aetna Avon AMC. Networks and take two interactive, software are among the companies scheduled to open their books Jeff Challenger bloombergradio last FM the band Pearl, Jam is known as some of the godfather of grunge music but they might soon be known for something, else their wine the Pearl Jam Email newsletter linked.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At the bay area's news station kcbs some overcast early and income some monsoonal moisture it'll feel a little muggy today good morning i'm stand bunk i'm susan lee taylor here's what's happening oakland police are looking into a shooting late last night that reportedly injured a toddler kcbs is holly kwon is live at children's hospital in oakland now with more on what we know holly the three year old boy is said to be in stable condition that what we believe is here at children's hospital the started at eleven last night what his mother was in the driver's seat of a car at eightieth and holly that's in east oakland she was fired upon but the bullet missed her and struck the child in the backseat social media shows a car with a bullet hole in the windshield outside highland hospital believe the boy was been transferred here to children this is not clear what prompted the gunfire was so cutting digging for information we'll keep you posted as we get more live in oakland holy kwan kcbs thanks kelli the tax rolls of sonoma's county could feel the impact of the wine country fires for a long time maybe the next decade or more kcbs is margie schaefer reports the schools are likely to be affected cinema county has estimated the fires will wipe out about one point eight billion dollars in assessed property value this year we reduced over five thousand properties most of the properties had complete fire damage cinema county chief deputy assessor greg walsh we had to ask for forty days extension in order to do the extra work that needs to be done a properties land and buildings are assessed separately the state was generous in actually reimbursing us for at least this first year of tax roll loss but after that were not sure what's going to happen that reimbursement was critical because over fifty percent of cinema county property tax goes to schools directly overall cinema county is estimating a two point five percent increase in assessments where there's people selling the prices have gone up and in some cases quite a bit as people rebuild properties will return to prefire assessment but walsh estimates the tax rolls could be impacted for five to ten years margie schaefer kcbs a new section of the old hunters point naval shipyard in san francisco is set to begin radioactive soil testing this year with the goal of the venture really developing that land it's kcbs is making gold's be reports the navy is bringing in experts to explain the process to the neighbors as section that's the first development after the naval base ceased operations an area whose residents have been saying there's something wrong with this land for decades michelle pierces with bayview hunters point community advocates we know what's here but this is now like historical knowledge this is lake oral stories passed on from people to people at this point because everybody has died the land is clean says derek robinson with the navy but they are retesting it because of community concerns if there's something here that we didn't know about the scanning that they're planning on doing is absolutely gonna find it and then we'll we'll have to reevaluate if we find anything the area's cleaned by tetra tech are also being re scanned that's the company whose supervisors pled guilty to falsifying cleaning records it's a scandal that after years of questions has made it very hard for pierce to feel like she can trust upcoming testing on personal e it is anything but transparent they should trust us i asked people to trust us because that's that's that's our job that's we're here for at hunters point making gold speak kcbs new numbers out this morning from blue cross blue shield showing for the first time a decline in the number of new diagnoses for opioid addiction among the big health insurers members one of every three people in the us gets health coverage through blue cross blue shield the company says it so a five percent decline in new diagnoses for opioid.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To offer a path to health in pittsburgh margie schaefer kcbs an annual festival that combined live music and nature kicked off this morning in san francisco kcbs reporter melissa call ross tells us that flower piano is underway in the city's botanical gardens about a dozen pianos have been installed at the san francisco botanical garden for the flower piano interactive music festival cocreator deamer mouse has the festival first bloomed so to speak at the botanical garden in two thousand fifteen we saw a lot of people around the world bringing pianos to different places something that we were already doing on the san mateo coast and so we thought we were best suited do it here anyone can play the piano and that is exactly what people are doing ten year old nicole of daly city even gave a try it's fun because i've never played the take lessons kind of fun to mess around there also will be professional performances throughout the festival and murmell adds that the botanical garden is the perfect location for flower piano there's nothing quite like this place as far as we know so for two weeks of the year it's a great place to hang out come on down this year's flower piano festival began on thursday morning and runs through july sixteenth in san francisco melissa call ross kcbs starbucks is back in the news and employees in philadelphia has been fired after reportedly balking a customer with a stutter mcafee jane says the behavior did not reflect the experience customers should have and the employee is no longer with the company customer posted on sunday on his facebook that his friend stuttered when giving his name he said the barista then laid line of it verbally and then spelled his name with extra letters the friend email starbucks and was offered a five dollar an apology according to the post starbucks also said that this was not the deal response kcbs news time now is seven fifty four has time to check in on the financial news as we head into the kcbs super micro intel money investors were in a buying mood after the holiday break in stocks moved higher the dow jones industrials rose one hundred eighty two points or three quarters of a percent twenty four thousand three fifty six the nasdaq closed eighty three points or one point one percent higher the s and p five hundred gained twentythree points or nine tenths percent mark was shania janney montgomery scott is anxious to go through the labor department's june employment data not just the headline jobs number but also what kind of wage growth we're seeing occurring because businesses from small to large have talked about the need to increase compensation to attract and retain employees the report will be released before the start of the friday session on wall street federal reserve board policymakers think the economy's doing very well minutes from last month's meeting show that officials believe gradual increases and interest rates are necessary crude oil futures fell to seventy two dollars ninety four cents a barrel in new york jeff bellinger bloomberg radio stay up to date on breaking news when you're away from your radio follow kcbs news on twitter all news cbs and now a.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Starting a bit later on the weekends in millbrook margie schaefer kcbs target stores and the makers of a potty training device have been hit with a class action lawsuit we get the story from john beard with our all news sister station knx in los angeles the device sits on top of the toilet and a soft and colorful but a southern california dad tells knx when his toddler used it it ripped the skin i dunno horrified on the that you know seeing that happen to our attorney explained it's not a sharp edge that causes the damage he says the skin sticks to the we bought basics and then gets ripped away and the company is refusing to stop selling these products they have modified it but the ones are still out there he believes a half million defective devices remain on store shelves anything's through are probably a lot more than fifteen injured kids john baird kcbs ever wonder what the big boss does all day kcbs kim foster says that study this week by harvard business review she had lied on how ceos used their time so what are the chief executives actually doing with their day the study found that ceo's work is diverse much of their work spent on people and relationships or on functional and business unit reviews sixteen percent on organization and culture and about twenty one percent on strategy and even ceo is are plagued with long and boring meetings dan mcginn senior editor with the harvard business review one of the ceo's professors worked with said anytime anybody for certain amount of time i just cut it in half and we always get the work done the study also found ceo's value facetime instead of email but doesn't necessarily mean one on one it can be a small group it can be you know even a larger group researchers also found that on average leaders worked almost forty nine hours a week but when you add in work done on the weekends and while on vacation it adds up to about seventy hours per week kim foster case cbs rookie bef news time now is one fifty three time to check in on the financial news from bloomberg this is a bloomberg market minute the economic calendar is relatively quiet today early estimates of the june purchasing managers index is on manufacturing and services from market economics will get some attention right after the start of the friday session on wall street baker hughes will release the weekly rig count used by oil producers opec ministers and partners opened a meeting in vienna to discuss oil output and carmax will release its quarterly results before the markets open chris cordeiro chief investment officer at regent atlantic tells bloomberg radio.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of choice for most then willie johnson wears at twenty sixteen nba conference champ hat it's in great shape but he too says his wardrobe is outdated was on talk me in the commodity today right now the up some new people are making plans for thursday's game oracle arena will be full some fans are having barbecues but johnson we'll be staying home with his wife and son he keeps it small because when the warriors stress him out you know what my trick to go lay down into bed and wake up later food some working for a while rickie lee is ready for game one of the nba finals on thursday lebron james going down in oakland margie schaefer kcbs tip from another student led alameda county sheriff's deputies to arrest a sixteen year old male student lorenzo highschool yesterday san lorenzo high school for allegedly bringing a loaded gun to class thirty say the teen brought a loaded nine millimeter glock handgun to school sheriff's deputies worked with school administration to determine where the student was deputies arrived in the classroom and took the student into custody without incident vascular say the glock was in a student's backpack loaded with twelve rounds of ammunition the teen was arrested on suspicion of possession of a loaded handgun and carrying concealed weapon investigators have not found any evidence sixteen year old had a plot to use the gun on campus cruise route in san francisco yesterday working on the mayor's pledge to clear the streets of tent cities set up by the homeless he cbs reporter tim ryan watched the eviction near harrison and eighth streets well i the police came in early on tuesday cleared the encampment out and then as soon as the ten tents we're taking down public works came in shoveled up the mess human waste needles trash broken glass and then came through here swept up in in power washed public works director mohammed new pointed to the needles in human waste saying it's got to go the city will no longer allow such behavior and so over the last few weeks those numbers are coming down we're not really focusing on people who are just rolling their blanket out and spending the night wondering where she her boyfriend allen her cat dean will stay next meet clara go home back to mississippi yet what brought you here in the first place.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Back of meron toussaud's wax museum he says escape rooms are a relatively new thing in the interactive entertainment business he says you need at least for people to figure everything out and escape within an hour in san francisco gentlemen kcbs area band metallica is turning up the volume on its philanthropy offering an example and encouraging fans to donate to local food banks kcbs is margie schaefer reports from the san francisco marin foodbank metallica's lars ulrich is rolled with his drum playing but he and metallica have been under the radar when it comes to philanthropy we've been secretly giving back about a decade now we have always had a little bit of an issue with about how loud we should be metallica wrote checks to local food banks on each stop of its thirty nine date european tour last year and now we're encouraging fans to help out well overexplaining hunger is a universal issue you want to try to find things that nobody can make a difference that also politically neutral executive director of the san francisco marin foodbank paul ash accepted a five thousand dollar check from italicus all within my hands foundation and fans are pitching in to so popular we couldn't accommodate all the people who wanted to be metallica volunteers so we've actually had to have a longtime metallica fan and foodbank driver elmore dog oh has always liked the band but also admires that good work all around good guys and san francisco margie schaefer kcbs humpback whales are traveling past the bay area right now and some or venturing into the bay as we hear from kcbs is making goals be that can be a problem says bill keener with golden gate cetacean research when you're out boating or kayaking on san francisco bay you may be closer than you think to awale to remain safe if you see a spout of water tail flukes slowdown and keep a lookout more than one way or could be in the area and there are a.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On its philanthropy offering an example and encouraging fans to donate to local food banks kcbs is margie schaefer reports from the san francisco marin food bank in san francisco metallica's lars ulrich is rolled with his drum playing but he and metallica have been under the radar when it comes to philanthropy we've been secretly giving back about a decade now we have always had a little bit of an issue with about how loud we should be metallica wrote checks to local food banks on each stop of its thirty nine date european tour last year an hour encouraging fans to help out as well overexplaining hunger is a universal issue you want to try to find things that can make a difference that also politically neutral executive director of the san francisco marin foodbank paul ash accepted a five thousand dollar check from metallica's all within my hands foundation and fans are pitching in to so oh popular we couldn't accommodate all the people who wanted to be metallica volunteers so we've actually had to have a dry longtime metallica fan and foodbank driver elmar dog oh has always liked the band but also admires that good work all around good guys and san francisco margie schaefer kcbs reporter's notebook this is steve dorsey sounding familiar that's what secretary of state mike pompeo says about a us government employees in china with signs of a concussion and the twenty four americans injured in cuba many stationed in havana heard bizarre noises in guangzhou the person also reported the sensations of sound and pressure before being valuated back here in the us it's we're clinical findings showed what appears to be mild traumatic brain injury now backups on the way to guangzhou with medical evaluations of other us consulate staff expected early next week what was once a caper in cuba is now a global mystery steve dorsey cbs news.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To speed up the processing of rape kits in santa clara county kcbs as margie schaefer takes a look that is headed to the board of supervisors in a couple of days santa clara county has a backlog of two hundred eight cat santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez wants to clear that q and is proposing the funding of four hundred thousand dollars to hire three additional staff for processing rape kits we are opposing that we take the hundred and twenty day benchmark that the state of california has sat for rape kits to be tested and move it to thirty days here santa clara county it's a proposal endorsed by valley medical center sexual assault response team nurse coordinator kim walker that we can have that done the better it is for the patient it helps support them it helps in their recovery and it helps them cope after victims of sexual assault have the right to consent or not to an exam acute exams involve swabbing photography the collection of clothes and an interview non acute exams those without evidence collection can be done later margie schaefer kcbs san francisco mayor mark farrell is pledging to clean up unsanitary streets with nearly thirteen million dollars investments over the next two years in response to public outcry public outcry from residents regarding feces used needles and overall grunge on san francisco sidewalks twelve point eight million dollars new initiatives will go toward efforts such as employing forty four block sleepers in deploying them throughout the city in addition to the sweepers a new street.

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

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"margie schaefer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Infra rising i'm margie schaefer soroti at seven three have a great night what's happening and why seven o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by certa mattress i'm pam coulter veterans affairs secretary david schulkin is out of a job fired by president trump amid complaints about his travel expenses and disagreements over how best to provide healthcare to vets cbs's steven portnoy on who the president wants to replace schulkin the president's physician rear admiral ronnie jackson is his nominee to lead the massive veterans health agency with an annual budget of nearly two hundred billion dollars jackson has served in his current post for five years entreated treated barack obama along with president trump he gave the current commander in chief a clean bill of health in an exam earlier this year court documents outline a link between the trump campaign official and a former russian intelligence officer cbs's paula reed has more today prosecutors revealed for the first time that a top trump campaign official was repeatedly in contact with someone known to have ties to russian intelligence during the campaign in court filing special counsel prosecutors revealed that richard gates the former deputy campaign chairman for the trump campaign was speaking to someone he knew was a former russian intelligence official in september and october of two thousand sixteen the new york times reports mr trump's former lawyer raised the issue of a pardon for paul manafort and michael flynn last summer cbs news political analyst leonard steinhorn constitutional scholars are divided on this some say that if it amounts to obstruction of justice that might limit the president's pardon power but others say that the president has broad pardon power as stipulated in the constitution and that he would be able to do it the white house said no pardon was under discussion or consideration the supreme court heard arguments today on a case involving maryland redistricting republicans say the state map was drawn favor democrats thomas wolf with the brennan center for justice wilson oh that there's a large block on the court that thinks that extreme partisan gerrymandering is a concrete problem that is very serious that's recurring throughout the country and needs a legal solution from the court a search is underway for.

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