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No, the Jobs Report Wasn’t Rigged. Here’s What Happened.

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

No, the Jobs Report Wasn’t Rigged. Here’s What Happened.

"May jobs report that came out last week may have undercounted the jobless KCBS is Margie Shafer reports the bureau of labor statistics has revised the numbers twice at the end of the bureau of labor statistics may jobs report which showed the U. S. jobless rate fell to thirteen point three percent the BLS said the numbers could actually be three percentage points higher because those who are

Kcbs Margie Shafer BLS Bureau Of Labor
Los Angeles - Newsom Orders End To ‘Carotid Hold’ Training In State Police Program

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:07 min | 6 months ago

Los Angeles - Newsom Orders End To ‘Carotid Hold’ Training In State Police Program

"Well governor Gavin Newsom has ordered the immediate end of state police training for the Kerala cold KCBS is Margie Shafer explained governor Newsom called for the end of the carotid hold claiming the move is designed to keep people's blood from flowing to their brain and it has no place in policing any longer I am immediately directing post which is our police officers training to end the training of that practice and I could not be more pleased no sooner did we make a commitment on this proposal that a member of the legislature Mike Gibson to his credit just introduced a piece of legislation that I will support and sign Gibson as an assembly member representing south Los Angeles Newsome said he noticed the disparities in the waste police departments dealt with crown it's in peaceful protests municipalities have different approaches and it's clear to me that we need to standardize those approaches activist and president of the bart board of directors Latina Simon and former Oakland police officer Anh east Palo alto chief who also served as director of the cops office in the Obama administration Ron Davis will advise on police engagement

Gavin Newsom Margie Shafer Mike Gibson Newsome President Trump Simon Director Ron Davis Kerala Governor Newsom Los Angeles Oakland Officer Palo Alto Barack Obama
US bars passenger flights from China

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

US bars passenger flights from China

"United States is set to block Chinese airlines from flying to the United States beginning June sixteenth KCBS is Margie Shafer reports airline industry officials are hoping this is a short term solution the order to suspend flights from China stems from a refusal to allow US carriers to resume flying to China delta and United were hoping to resume flights to China this month hopefully this is a short term situation US ban on flights from China that is technical with SFO who says the decision doesn't really affect SFO right now as there are no regularly scheduled flights to or from China this has been the case since March but I know that airlines again looking to restore that service so in my mind this is something very reciprocal tensions have been escalating between the two countries over the corona virus and Hong Kong Margie Shafer KCBS

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:31 min | 6 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Monday KCBS is Margie Shafer reports that counties are reaching different health metrics at different times people's usual day to day experiences and employment in the bay area takes them across county lines and chief of health for samma tail county Louise Rogers said data suggests the regional shelter in place policies slow the virus's spread and insured hospital capacity I think it was natural that the big area health officers try to be coordinated what was more oculus is actually succeeded well telling samma tail supervisor she was not privy to conversations among the health officers she says counties have their unique circumstances and I think it may become more challenging or it does seven public municipalities to completely hang together as well she pointed to Santa Cruz napa and Sonoma counties with very few deaths in San Mateo county fifty eight percent of the deaths have occurred in nursing facilities the counties are all looking at measures cases deaths testing hospital capacity contact tracing and performing differently on those measures Margie Shafer KCBS life is slowly returning to normal in the hardest hit region of the bay area KCBS is Jim Taylor reports on a new easier way to test for the virus in the South Bay if you are essential working out in the community in Santa Clara county officials there want you tested at least once a month a front line worker they work and you work at a grocery store you work at CVS you work at any place where you have contact now because you are front line worker we want you to be tested Dr Marty Fenster shy bees out of retirement the former public health officer in Santa Clara county acting now is the county's coded nineteen testing officer announcing a welcome change in the testing procedure D. I. Y. you will be handed the swab yourself so you will be self administering the swap nobody will be sticking something in your nose you will be given the swab and you will be asked to be inserted on one side of your nose and then on the other side yeah and you only go in about a half an inch not back to your brain so that's it it's very very simple it doesn't hurt it's very fast and you'll do it on yourself Jim Taylor KCBS and animal the East Bay animal shelter plans to raise money in a different way this year due to the shelter in place KCBS as Kerry who dissect reports from Walnut Creek word Tony la Russa's animal rescue foundation is preparing for its twentieth annual animals on Broadway tomorrow every year are posted pet walk at Broadway plaza here in downtown Walnut Creek this year they're going virtual to make sure pet owners and their animals practice safe social distancing our executive director Elena Becker says everything will be online from a virtual pet walk to prize giveaways a virtual lock is really everyone walking in their own neighborhood did so you would go and make your distance with or without your pets she says the Copa nineteen pandemic has really put a strain on donations this year because many families are in a financial Pench our goal is to raise a hundred and ten thousand dollars for the padlock and right now we're at twenty eight thousand that's because some are giving up their pets because they can't afford to take care of them leading to overcrowding in animal shelters Baker says that's why the funds raised at this year's animals on Broadway are now needed more than ever I think most of the shelters are trying to determine how you know to keep animals in homes and keep them out of shelters were certainly.

Margie Shafer
Remdesivir, convalescent plasma treatments showing promise in the fight against Coronavirus

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Remdesivir, convalescent plasma treatments showing promise in the fight against Coronavirus

"There's promising news about a drug developed by Gilead sciences of foster city to treat the coronavirus the bio pharma website stat reports promising results of ram does appear KCBS is Margie Shafer reports antibody tests are also on the horizon UCSF is working closely with Stanford on antibody test research says UCSF director of division of prevention and public health doctor George Rutherford the market is flooded with antibody test summer gonna be good it's summer going to be job and then they have all the university's doing their home for is for research purposes Struthers says the market needs to shake out and that false positive and negative issues are huge especially if someone wants to make an assumption of the unity with it which I would not do until we get that straightened out but if you say oh I'm positive I mean me and I don't have to wear a mask in the intensive care unit on that's not a good idea you should be taken out to the to the bank for people who believe they were infected he suggests waiting until may when there will be a better understanding of how well these tests performed

Gilead Sciences Margie Shafer Ucsf Director George Rutherford Struthers
Virtual Travels in the Pandemic Age

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 8 months ago

Virtual Travels in the Pandemic Age

"So many things are happening virtually these days as we continue to use social distance to stop the spread of the coronavirus KCBS is Margie Shafer reports among the events normally marked with friends and family some bar mitzvahs are going virtual as well thirteen year old R. A. Langer was excited about his bar mitzvah coming of age ritual for boys in the Jewish tradition he was excited for the service and a big party to but as the corona virus spread they did away with the food then no two hundred plus gas and then it was scaled down to an intimate service at peninsula Sinai temple in foster city and maybe only have like a couple people like my grandparents but then they can come so now the bar mitzvah has gone virtual delaying our family and Reno the cantor in one place in the rabbi in another thanks to zoom all the members and friends and walk into a live stream for R. A.'s bar mitzvah the other David Langer says his son has been a sport studying hard learning to present and is ready to lead a service so I am very proud of him and amazed at all the work that he's done for his part ari is offering special thanks to his conservative rabbis who don't normally use technology on Shabbat on Saturday but have been very

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Bay Area Coronavirus Case Updates

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:39 min | 8 months ago

Bay Area Coronavirus Case Updates

"Two areas telling three more deaths from covert nineteen with additional deaths being reported in Santa Clara and Contra Costa counties KCBS is Margie Shafer reports plans are being made to ramp up shelter in place enforcement next week in San Jose the county of Santa Clara health department announcing two new deaths from covered nineteen bringing the total number of deaths to eight in Santa Clara county the seventh death an adult male in his eighties the eighth death an adult male in his seventies and Contra Costa county is reporting its first death from covered nineteen health officer in Contra Costa county Dr Chris pharma Tandoh says the person passed away at a hospital in the county on Thursday they were in their seventies they had a condition that place them at risk of serious illness and they had recently traveled outside of the country our thoughts are with the family of this patients and all who have lost loved ones during this global pandemic in California there are more than a thousand confirmed cases twenty three deaths eight of the as in Santa Clara county the most of any county in the state and home to San Jose under the shelter in place orders nonessential businesses including restaurants for sit down service hair salons gyms and many retail stores should be closed San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia says fifty six businesses have been given warnings our current plan is to move from an educational stance to an enforcement stance on any business that have been contacted ruined and then re opens we're looking to begin that enforcement next week we have several remedies to include criminal citation business license sanctions and health code

Santa Clara Margie Shafer San Jose Santa Clara County Officer California Contra Costa Dr Chris Pharma Tandoh Eddie Garcia
"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Due to the corona virus outbreak with more people working from home on sometimes hastily erected remote networks IT experts are worried there will be an up tick in cyber crime especially phishing attacks for more KCBS is Margie Shafer and Jeff bell spoke with Steven Weber professor with the school of information and director of the center for long term cybersecurity at UC Berkeley more people working remotely make networks more vulnerable to attacks so it really doesn't make the network more vulnerable to attack but it certainly makes people more vulnerable to attack and you kind of think about older certainly spending a lot more time online from the criminals perspective or scammers perspective that's really a very very attractive proposition I can just kind of the general anxiety and stress that everybody feels in the show that situation is also plays to their strengths because that's our weakness in professor are these cyber thieves are preying on our fears around the coronavirus specifically or some of these fishing expeditions tied to the corona virus itself yeah well you can just imagine that the criminals are always the most innovative and the fastest to move so they will understand exactly the kinds of things that people are gonna be so anxious to click on like one thing we all want more information we'll want to see the latest news release from the CDC or something like that and I do it just struck me just for the last year just how incredibly quickly in innovative on the criminals are set to figure those things out of your social engineering works because it preys on people's anxieties and fears and the more afraid we are to better target and how can companies or for that matter individuals protect themselves and the employees for working remotely from cyber attacks what's interesting in terms organizations early sending out lots of instructions about how to kind of be careful I think they need to double down on that right now and I'm saying you know for individuals who are suddenly spending a lot more time online just kind of like a gap to a personal practice of like thinking twice will reading every email twice were counting to stylized before you click on an attachment I think there's a real tendency to just kind of Russian in trying to answer something or click on a link or something like that in ultimately we actually have to protect ourselves the network can't protect us in companies can't protect us and that's a great point it's I I know myself I will fly through the inbox trying to get rid of everything and that's a good point to take that five seconds let's talk a little bit about some flags that we might watch for in terms of what what's fishing and what's not yeah when you get emails from people you don't know that's a bad sign we get emails from people who you do know you should always look to check the email address to make sure that it actually is because it's very easy to spoof the name it's harder to spoof an email address and if something looks too good to be true or looks like you're hearing from something that that's like nobody else knows about it's probably a good to be very very suspicious I can't think of it as like you know in addition to social distancing we're gonna have to practice just like a little bit of digital distancing as well it just slowed down and greed before you do anything online Steven Weber professor of the school of information and director of the center for long term cybersecurity at UC Berkeley.

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS is Margie Shafer reports from the Scottish Rite temple in Oakland family and friends whooped and hollered as the academy class marked a milestone in prepared to hit the streets the firing of the city's first female police chief Anne Kirkpatrick on the minds of many but not on the lips the graduates all instructed not to speak with the media acting chief Darren Allison did thank Ann Kirkpatrick from the podium chair of the police commissioner Janet Jackson says the commission lost confidence in Kirkpatrick over the last two and a half years and then approached mayor Schaaf to join in a termination for no because what she did I think it should be a day of celebration for new beginnings for the officers as well as our future chef said during the ceremony the decision was personally difficult but in the best interest of Oakland many disagree including councilmember Noel Dio commissioner Jackson favors an internal candidate for a permanent replacement in Oakland Margie Shafer KCBS there is concern that the mayors nationwide search for a new chief will yield few candidates that part of the story from KCBS is Holly Quan the president of Oakland's police officers union points to what he calls an epidemic of robberies side shows every weekend rising violent crime rate president very dom and worries about the morale of the rank and file when and it's all these challenges the police chief has fired private voting with their feet they're leaving back and only be bad moving forward as we move toward the summer I I worry about rising crime we saw in twenty nineteen carrying over getting even worse in twenty twenty bill Bratton led the police departments in LA Boston and New York he was hired as a consultant to Oakland and says he's discourage candidates from applying here because of the political squabbling who's in charge of the mayor of the federal monitor or the police commission and that's a problem that if the chief is not seen to be the person that runs the pop with the controls to disciplinary process that sets the vision those are all reasons why most people would not want that job Polokwane KCBS thirty one year old San Francisco man was fatally hit while trying to help with the prior collision early yesterday morning along the Bayshore freeway in redwood city the man stopped his car and turned on the hazard lights on south bound wanna wonder Third Avenue at two AM he was struck by a vehicle possibly a blue or green S. U. V. and then died at the scene the driver of the vehicle fled the driver of the car involved in that first collision was hospitalized southbound lanes of the Bayshore freeway in redwood city or close until six twenty five yesterday morning many children in Silicon Valley are going hungry and in some cases homeless KCBS.

New York San Francisco bill Bratton commissioner Noel Dio mayor Schaaf Darren Allison acting chief redwood city consultant KCBS LA Boston president Holly Quan Oakland Janet Jackson
"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is Margie Shafer reports from the Scottish Rite temple in Oakland family and friends whooped and hollered as the academy class marked a milestone in prepared to hit the streets the firing of the city's first female police chief Anne Kirkpatrick on the minds of many but not on the lips the graduates all instructed not to speak with the media acting chief Darren Allison did thank Ann Kirkpatrick from the podium chair of the police commissioner Janet Jackson says the commission lost confidence in Kirkpatrick over the last two and a half years and then approached mayor Schaaf to join in a termination for no because what she did I think it should be a day of celebration for new beginnings for the officers as well as our future chef said during the ceremony the decision was personally difficult but in the best interest of Oakland many disagree including councilmember Noel Dio commissioner Jackson favors an internal candidate for a permanent replacement in Oakland Margie Shafer KCBS defense lawyers in the case of two bay area teenagers accused of killing an Italian police officer in Rome are complaining the translations of conversations intercepted in the suspect's jail were botched Roberto Capra is representing Finnigan Lee elder in the murder trial which begins next week he said Friday that conversations his client had with family members and a personal lawyer which were deemed helpful for the defense were omitted from the transcript prepared for the prosecution for use during the trial coming up on KCBS I'm Alyssa call Ross outside McClements high school in west Oakland with reaction from neighbors to the discovery of contaminated groundwater under the school right now we want to check your Friday night drive we go to the KCBS traffic desk and Rick Batiste all right Peter we start on the bay bridge were slow traffic begins right around the island that slow pattern stays with you down to the central freeway highway twenty four that remains bit of a pesky issue this evening where we see slow traffic starting right around or rend and that's going to be slow and stretches to the Walnut Creek interchange in the Altamonte eastbound five eighty that slows at Greenville road you're looking at a solid stretcher traffic out to two oh five in Tracy north bound six eighty from the Walnut Creek are actually from before the Walnut Creek interchange looks like the slowdown starts at South Main street and you're looking at tight traffic up to treat Boulevard your decks reported seven eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS partly cloudy tonight overnight lows mostly in the mid upper forties tomorrow will be cooler mostly cloudy at the coast with highs.

Peter Tracy north murder commissioner Noel Dio mayor Schaaf Darren Allison acting chief KCBS Walnut Creek Altamonte Walnut Creek interchange Margie Shafer Rick Batiste McClements high school Ross Finnigan Lee Roberto Capra
Dr. Fauci calls Diamond Princess infection 'incubator'

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Fauci calls Diamond Princess infection 'incubator'

"Hundreds of passengers who tested negative for the virus that causes cove in nineteen have begun to leave a quarantine cruise ship in Japan amid heavy criticism over that country's handling of the outbreak the cruise ship is the biggest coronavirus cluster outside of mainland China he's to be S. as Margie Shafer joining us live to report not all countries are viewing the outbreak on the ship in the same way Margie Holly director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health Dr Anthony Fauci explains the US government is approaching the diamond princess this way and we consider the boat the ship the vessel and exposure environment now too because the diamond princess episode a one off stand out and it tells a bit about the dangers that are kind of can occur in large confined spaces you care to soon but there was no transmission going on in that boat because common sense in reality tells you there was a lot of transmission going on on that boat the US is requiring Americans to be in quarantine for fourteen days with the clock starting upon removal from the ship in Japan those on the diamond princess who have tested negative for the virus can enter the country without restriction you know I'm I'm I don't want to get into a **** for tat with the Japanese but I'm just telling you what our decision was in clearly our decision was different the US travel related cases of covered nineteen have been identified isolated and contacts traced so we've been successful thus far I don't think we should be over confident in that because we certainly will see other cases in this country but thus far our containment mechanisms have worked successfully his advice to all to avoid both influenza and corona viruses wash your

Japan China Margie Shafer Director Dr Anthony Fauci Us Government United States Margie Holly National Institute Of Allergy Influenza
"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Margie Shafer covered California the taxpayer funded health insurance market place tallies higher numbers eight mammoth increase in enrollment CBS news time as it awaited we are first the traffic let's get the first report for the eight o'clock hour here's Rick Batiste well it looks like the zipper truck on the Golden Gate Bridge is an action right now this report is brought to you by Chilton auto body yet the zipper truck is shifting things so so you'll have three going north three lanes going south traffic is not an issue on the bridge right now but still proceed across the span with caution we still have heavy traffic trying to get through San Francisco or should I say get out of San Francisco as northbound one oh one slows just passed to eighty you're looking at a solid pattern all the way out to the sky way this is due to an earlier solo crash on the Bryant street onramp out to the lower deck of the bay bridge in the Altamonte that is still a bit of a sticky issue on east bound five eighty which slows just past green fail that's going to be typed out to to five and no one plans on getting into a car accident but if you do there's only one place to go Chilton auto body with eleven convenient bay area locations they're just a call or click away stop in or go to Chilton autobody dot com to schedule a free estimate Chilton auto body dot com your next report at eight eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS the weather forecast not too bad we've got so much fog out there right now partly cloudy and that'll eventually when.

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San Francisco: 2 Bodies Found In Marin County Driveway; Hazmat Team On Scene

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

San Francisco: 2 Bodies Found In Marin County Driveway; Hazmat Team On Scene

"Two people are dead and their bodies were found in the driveway of a hillside home in Marin county KCBS reporter Margie Shafer has the details the call to this ranch style home with sweeping views at seventy one oak knoll Dr Easton Sleepy Hollow came at eight in the morning and upon arrival by the fire personnel and also deputies we look located a male and a female to see Scott as sergeant Brenton Schneider with the Marin county sheriff's department the body of one person was found inside a car another body outside hazmat crews are on scene due to some information that we have from the the actual scene we've requested their systems I can't really expand and what that is a dog believed on harmed is in the car with one of the bodies the animal will be retrieved once the hazmat situation is cleared there is no danger to the community in Sleepy Hollow in Marin county Margie Shafer

Marin County Margie Shafer Dr Easton Sleepy Hollow Scott Brenton Schneider Reporter
California governor urges judge to reject PG&E bankruptcy

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

California governor urges judge to reject PG&E bankruptcy

"Governor nuisances P. Ginny's bankruptcy plan is inadequate and he's asking the bankruptcy judge rejected the Wallace KCBS is Margie Shafer reports from San Francisco plans are in the works for a state run utility as P. Jeannie tries to emerge from bankruptcy by June governor Newsome has sent a letter to the bankruptcy judge asking him to reject the utilities plan from governance transparency oversight and safety they're not where they need to be we laid out a detailed plan ten fifty four and currently their proposal is not adequate ten fifty four is the legislation that creates the twenty one billion dollar wildfire fund for California companies he Jenny is working to reshape the utility to be reliable safe and affordable we are advancing a

P. Ginny Margie Shafer P. Jeannie Jenny San Francisco Governor Newsome California
1 in 5 Deaths Are Due to Sepsis, Study Finds

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 11 months ago

1 in 5 Deaths Are Due to Sepsis, Study Finds

"New research finds the rate of death from sepsis are much higher than previously believed KCBS is Margie Shafer reports the majority of sepsis deaths occur in the developing world but it's still a big problem in US hospitals studies in hospital records were analysed between nineteen ninety in twenty seventeen by scientists at the university of Pittsburgh and Washington Dr Christina red with the university of Pittsburgh is the lead author nearly one and five deaths that happen every year they're associated with sepsis sepsis is an overwhelming and life threatening response to infection that can lead to tissue damage organ failure and death what we didn't know previously is that in a lot of cases someone experiences something like a car accident or stroke that puts them at immediate risk for that infection and then they after that infection go on to develop success doctor read says sepsis can be prevented by treating infection appropriately with the right antibiotics as fast as you can what we estimate is that there are eleven million sepsis related deaths annually worldwide eighty five percent of cases occur in the developing world but sepsis is still a problem in the US were read says it's the number one killer of

Sepsis Margie Shafer United States University Of Pittsburgh Dr Christina Red
"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Margie Shafer here's what's happening as we've been reporting plaster county sheriff's deputies are currently responding to an avalanche at alpine meadows it happened this morning department is tweeting out that a search and rescue teams are responding as there were reports of several victims who remain unaccounted for alpine meadows was the scene of one of the deadliest avalanches in U. S. ski history seven people were killed in March of nineteen eighty two KCBS reporter Jeffrey Schaub is on his way to the scene we will be hearing from him later this afternoon KCBS editors have been in touch with the P. I. O. with the plaster county sheriff's department Andrew Scott who says he does not believe that people are caught in that avalanche but he's currently in an airplane having a look at the area we will know more in about a half an hour and we'll hear from him then also today one of the most colorful figures in modern San Francisco politics Terence Hallinan has passed away at the age of eighty three KCBS reporter Doug sovereign joins us live with more on the former supervisor and district attorney Doug Margie came to politics later in life after years as a celebrated left wing defense attorney given to getting a fist fights to terms on the board of supervisors than to is a district attorney unlike any that had ever come before says one of Terence talents colleagues on the board Tom Anjana he took a lot of his you know friends what we now call mainstream media for his says stances on social justice interestingly enough that coincidently you know he was a DA and now we have a duty eight now who while a different personality if you would it was very supportive of the kind of changes in criminal justice at my current one in fact without halaman there would be no progressive DA's like San Francisco's new one chase Abidine says David mills team who is chief assistant DA and the man friends called K. O. as in knocked out in boxing current halaman was the first district attorney nationally who managed to get elected on a progressive agenda and things like drug court community policing prostitution court ushered in a national trend in that direction and I think it will be his legacy for more on the passing of Terence Hallinan eighty three we are joined live by former San Francisco supervisor and sheriff Ross Mirkarimi who back then worked as Helen's came campaign manager when he was running for DA sheriff Mirkarimi thanks for taking the time to be with us and sorry for the loss of your old friend and colleague in the house how do you how do you want people to remember Terence Hallinan well this is a big loss I think for the progressive community in the community overall for San Francisco Terence sound then and his family were to conduct progressive icons it was an honor to work for him when he was a supervisor which I did and then help direct his first two campaigns for district attorney this first successful campaign in minutes reelection in ninety five ninety nine he was the only district attorney or opposition to fifteen medical marijuana the take on three strikes and to try to get a moratorium on yeah it is kind of remarkable use are you still with us do we lose you are still there I think we might have lost Ross Mirkarimi former sheriff riser group who ran hello man's campaigns for district attorney back in the day and is among those remember him fondly now that he has passed away at age eighty three reporting live dot sovereign KCBS and we are getting more details about the situation up in alpine meadows we're going to bring this to you the plaster county sheriff's department and the Tahoe Nordic search and rescue team which involves of course some of this avalanche dogs is responding to alpine meadows ski resort for an avalanche near the subway ski run a plaster county sheriff reporting one fatality and one serious injury confirmed keep it tuned to KCBS as we continue to monitor this situation up in the high country of Tahoe just ahead on KCBS the CHP has some tips to avoid getting into a head on collision the details in four minutes first a check of traffic.

Margie Shafer
How Technology Is Rapidly Changing the Way We Work

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

How Technology Is Rapidly Changing the Way We Work

"Technological advancements for ever will change the way we work KCBS is Margie Shafer reports labor unions at technology companies are both paying attention jobs are both being eliminated and created with the evolution of automation and robotics executive board member of SF city V. crumb ire who also works at post mates part of what we need to do as

Margie Shafer Executive Board Member
How Technology Is Rapidly Changing the Way We Work

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

How Technology Is Rapidly Changing the Way We Work

"Technological advancements for ever will change the way we work KCBS is Margie Shafer reports labor unions at technology companies are both paying attention jobs are both being eliminated and created with the evolution of automation and robotics executive board member of SF city V. crumb ire who also works at post mates part of what we need to do as

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Spotter forest KCBS phone force give us a call for one five three nine one KCBS that's four one five three nine one five two two seven your next update at six eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS area forecast calls for scattered showers until mid day however this guy should be clear before the forty Niners games later this afternoon we got some rain right now temperatures will be in the mid to upper fifties and then partly to mostly cloudy tomorrow with showers by the evening we do have that high surf advisory from nine this morning until about three tomorrow afternoon traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids on all these one of six nine AM seven forty Casey B. S. case CBS news time is six ten tens of thousands of people across California are still trying to rebuild their lives following the wild fires that burned parts of the state in recent years KCBS is Margie Shafer reports the just unveiled California budget includes one billion dollars in fire safety funding governor Newsome is prepared to spend north of one billion dollars for emergency preparedness and wildfires that's new positions on search capacity a hundred and ten million for structural hardening we have got senator Dodd's new integrated center for wildfire forecasting that's as weather data program this budget the budget calls for six hundred seventy seven more cal fire firefighters over five years there's money for forest thinning and equipment including cameras Black Hawk helicopters and planes and we're gonna do a research grant this is important cal fire in particular these guys are out there doing heroic work all the chemicals and smokes in the forest we want to do a research proposal or want advance one with cal state San Marcos that research would include the long term epidemiology studies of firefighters battling blazes in the wilderness to better understand what's in the smoke and what it means for health Margie Shafer KCBS.

California Margie Shafer senator Dodd San Marcos KCBS Casey B. S. CBS governor Newsome
Gov. Gavin Newsom unveils $222B budget

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Gov. Gavin Newsom unveils $222B budget

"Avenue some is unveiled his proposed budget in Sacramento okay CBS's Margie Shafer reports on the big budget and what its prioritizing in the spending plan the California state budget breaks the record this is an easy one for you all remember budget this year is two hundred and twenty two point two billion dollars Newsome is projecting a five point six billion dollars surplus and set aside for a rainy day but warns while we've enjoyed eleven years of economic growth and expansion that is not a permanent stay eight the projections are for the economy to continue to grow but more slowly the budget includes a twenty thousand dollars stipend for teachers who work at high need schools for four years we believe the biggest achievement boast is

Sacramento CBS Margie Shafer Newsome California
"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Margie Shafer chase seventeen will be sworn in tonight as San Francisco's thirtieth district attorney with a lot of work to do KCBS first for traffic in starting in Marin with Kim wonder life has been a bit of a dicey commute when we had the closure of the Golden Gate Bridge for awhile because of an accident involving a lumber truck but right now what's left of the commute on the northern section southbound one oh one slows approaching we'll call it maroon with down the terra Linda freighters parkways where it loosens up you do okay into you get past mill valley into Marin city there is still slow traffic up and over the Waldo grade and across the Golden Gate Bridge it's not stopping go but it's definitely under the speed limit the part that's very congested is if you're continuing along presidio parkway and merging on to Richard St like heading toward lumbar that whole section very slow he gets past say the palace of fine arts in the meantime we're looking at a new accident coming in on two eighty let's say good morning to George Rask he's taking a look with the chill not about a collision Kim Kim the C. H. P. is a right to check a reported accident before Westboro on two eighty in the southbound direction however the sensors are already picking up some delays on two eighty south bound except they're just past the sharp park Westboro exit before sneeze and the line is getting longer in the South Bay on northbound highway eighty five this accident that's a midway between seventeen and Saratoga Avenue has been blocking the middle lane so about a three mile back up behind it and we're looking at north bound to eighty it's somewhat improve still heavy through the seventeen eight eighty interchange but heading to the Cupertino side just a little bit a sluggish traffic left here your next update nine eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS temperatures stalling on chive sixty degrees today this guys will be mostly sunny we are going to see another go with rain tonight.

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ahead on KCBS Margie Shafer in Oakland where violence interrupters see a connection between social media and gun violence people miss identify what's so insane KCBS first for traffic let's say good morning became one early in your local Honda dealers traffic center morning Kim good morning to you and it is a fairly quiet morning is a couple of snags though you should be aware of this report brought to you by indeed there is a much earlier accident on southbound six eighty over by the mission grade truck scales as you make away from signal into Fremont and word as of late that they were running a traffic break in that left lane I do see some slow traffic on southbound six eighty it's midway between and Roddy and Sheridan so expect some slow traffic there otherwise it looks fine the rest of the way and a free month Altamont pass a very crowded were already looking at a back up into Tracy little shy of the eleven street split merging on the west five eighty this is about a thirty minute drive time to get to the top of the Altamont pass from the back of the line and Tracy we are seeing pretty big back up forming in Marin that means they're picking up the cones on the wall to grade so south one a one when you get past Marin city there are brake lights that are going to take you out toward Spencer and then it will magically open up the rest of the way to the Golden Gate Bridge looks fine and just getting word of a little snag here in Daly city this is north bound onto eighty at the south on highway one connector looks like a vehicle is stalled out in the slow lane and this report brought to buy indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring were business owners and HR professionals can post job openings a screener questions then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more at indeed dot com slash hire your next update is five eighteen on the traffic leader case all these guys to start your Tuesday with some heavy fog this morning it's also chili okay CBS bay area forecast is calling for increasing clouds this afternoon with highs in the mid fifties tonight mostly cloudy with a chance of rain starting in the North Bay.

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Mixed international reaction following killing of top Iranian military commander

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Mixed international reaction following killing of top Iranian military commander

"Says there is mixed reaction internationally to the assassination of general Soleimani president trump said he ordered the killing of a Ronnie in general because some solo money to stop a war and he says the US is ready and prepared for any response host of CBS's face the nation Margaret Brennan says the assassination caught allies and adversaries off guard when it comes to a fascinating a leader like bin laden or Baghdadi terrorist leaders you get indications you get a lead and for the explanation for national security officials we did not get that Russia has condemned the killing China says it is highly concerned Britain's Foreign Secretary acknowledges the aggressive threat posed by the codes force but adds further conflict is in none of our interests Israel is an ally in the region prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the killing but Brendan believes that have to be worried about what this means for his neighborhood and his people in the coming days Saudi Arabia is appealing for international efforts to stabilize the region Margie Shafer

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Way KCBS is Margie Shafer reports we may see a bit of relief in gas prices just in time for the holidays we Californians are way above average which is not a good thing when it comes to the price of gas Hawaii and California remain the most expensive markets develop your tank three sixty two a gallon in California with the national average is two fifty five some urban Californians like this woman in San Francisco choose to take the bus yeah I thought maybe like once every other month if that but it's a much different story for Jose a San Francisco lift driver fifty dollars should jams in in in in a day in a day he couldn't believe his eyes on a recent trip will get a check on the way to do car will and I was surprised seeing prices warning ninety due to gobble yeah triple a says west coast driver should see prices drop as much as a quarter in the coming months due to supply levels there has been a surplus since last month as for the traffic triple a says the worst day to travel is the day after Christmas December twenty six Margie Shafer KCBS law enforcement agencies around the bay go out of their way to try to brighten the holiday season for kids KCBS is my cold and says that includes the Santa Clara county sheriff's department law enforcement agencies the shop with a cop in toward drives is a great way to build community relationships deputy Jessica gobble down it is about building relationships I mean you know I just don't want people to associate a deputy with just about and today I want people to associate deputy of the people that go out to our community they do good things and they're here for.

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Lectures have been erected along the Embarcadero creating what will be San Francisco seventh homeless navigation setter KCBS is Margie Shafer reports after much debate and legal wrangling the center will open before the end of the month this navigation center sits on a parking lot owned by the port of San Francisco near Beale in the Embarcadero this is a huge victory a you take to read that should be celebrated because we're talking about the fact that they're going to be two hundred people that we're gonna be able to help exit homelessness that a San Francisco mayor London breed who has committed to opening one thousand new shelter beds by the end of twenty twenty just because this ski is the city's director of homelessness initially a hundred and thirty people indoors right away with it if you have ten days after the facility opens and then we'll be wrapping up to the full capacity of two hundred over over the next six months this is not a drop in facility where people will stand in line to get in people will be brought here by the homeless outreach team San Francisco deputy police chief Greg make Akron says staffing will be increased to address any safety concerns he provided for digital police officers to the station here the police is the area this is but one more step toward addressing homelessness the single adult shelter waiting list in San Francisco is usually between nine hundred and twelve hundred people on any given night Margie Shafer KCBS supervisor Matt Haney wants to see navigation centers in every district in San Francisco he is introducing legislation that would make that a requirement coming up on KCBS this is why cold in Silicon Valley where a new report as some surprising findings on hunger it's a good news bad at three OO eight Victor's there.

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Tracking the Thanksgiving forecast

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Tracking the Thanksgiving forecast

"As we've been reporting rain is in the forecast in for the bay area and snow for the Sierra K. CBS's Margie Shafer reports this is a cold storm of the snow level expected to do it two thousand feet in a word it's going to be kind of a gnarly storm that is meteorologist with the Sacramento office of the National Weather Service Carly so rugged Chesky who says the forecast is calling for one to three feet of snow over a three day period beginning Tuesday night with higher amounts on the top peaks so we're expecting snow for the mother lode that's kind of a local term for this more central portion of this year here interstate eighty at Donner pass highway fifty yet actors summit hi res eighty eight for Carson pass all right all the people that are normally taking those highways this is the personnel that haven't been close plenty of ski resorts are accessed by those highways thanks to snow making there is a limited opening skiing at squaw valley alpine meadows with heavenly set to open the day before thanksgiving and north star the day after the moisture is needed for lots of reasons hopefully

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California governor announces new plans for a satellite to track climate change

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

California governor announces new plans for a satellite to track climate change

"California is making use of big data satellites and lidar in the fight against fires and other effects of climate change KCBS is Margie Shafer reports from the planet's explore nineteen conference in San Francisco's mission bay well governor Gavin Newsom offered the keynote address governor Gavin Newsom addressed users of satellite data on the moral social and economic obligation to do something about climate change we are living in a world not just a state where the hawks are getting hotter the drives are getting drier the what's are getting wetter if you don't believe in climate change spend a year in California the state is now in partnership with commercial satellite network planet and U. S. special envoy Michael Bloomberg to use satellites to monitor greenhouse gas emissions he gave a nod to his predecessor Jerry Brown the trace back to his visionary thinking around this notion of launching her own damn satellite and the fact is we're gonna watch on themselves and we should name after news himself firefighters use satellite imagery to fight the saddle ridge fire also light or was used to pre position firefighting equipment in recent fires in riverside Los Angeles and Moraga in San Francisco Margie Shafer

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California power cutoff begins as wildfire risks rise

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

California power cutoff begins as wildfire risks rise

"Pacific gas and electric is about to start to cut off power to nearly a million of its customers but it's just as a safety precaution as KCBS radio is Margie Shafer reports from northern California the genie will begin shutting off power to parts of the state beginning at midnight to reduce the risk of wildfire amid dry windy conditions that are forecasted through mid day Thursday people in all parts of nine bay area counties with the exception of San Francisco will be impacted once power is turned off it could take several days to fully restore after the weather passes due to safety inspections deputy director of cal fire Mike molar the fire conditions were gonna see in it over the next two days and maybe even longer are the most extreme fire conditions we've seen so far twenty

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Margie Shafer reports the national rifle association says though any extension of background checks is quote a non starter although the money's says bay area congressman Eric Swalwell the Russians fund the NRA the NRA funds Donald Trump so small says it's no surprise that president trump is not in favor of universal background checks we've passed bills in the house in a bipartisan way to have background checks ninety percent of Americans want background checks seventy percent of gun owners want background checks and while he's withdrawn from the race for president swallow continues to push for stronger controls can I wrote a comprehensive gun safety plan during the campaign I've talked privately to a number of the candidates about what we can do and you know I've enjoyed just in a plane that role until we really sort out you know who our nominee is CBS news because the source. saying the president does seem open to a bill that would require background checks on commercial gun sales including at gun shows and online a proposal for expanded though not universal checks has been called a non starter by the national rifle association in Hayward Margie Shafer KCBS well cal fire crews are continuing to fight a group of fires burning in the hills above mill PS officials now say the US series group of six fires covers a hundred twenty eight acres and are burning along Calaveras road in a remote part of Santa Clara county fire started about noon today now forty percent contained this is the same area or for small fires broke out yesterday the largest of those fires was only two acres and those places work fully contained by later in the afternoon yesterday no injuries have been reported straight ahead on KCBS is about Butler army soldiers will pick up trash and debris on the streets of Oakland I was extremely surprised. we'll get to that story momentarily but right now it's seven oh wait it's our first traffic update of the seven o'clock hour here's Joe Hoskinson Ellis said go back to CM a tail picking up some brake lights in the northbound direction of what I wanted to travel between highway ninety two you end game with your travels take you up in the San Francisco on north of what a one will find a brake lights Caesar Chavez on to the lower deck of the bay bridge once on the bridge smooth sailing into Oakland west eighty we do find delays are mostly in the cache lanes at the toll plaza beyond that we'll find the metering light still on and traffic slowing go up the incline to the want to one central freeways but also looking at delays on the Golden Gate Bridge both directions heading towards the mid span north bound the lace Lincoln Boulevard southbound from Alexander Avenue I don't have any problems reported on the Golden Gate Bridge so get if you see something let us know via Twitter at KCBS a I met him traffic or the case he gets full force line of four one five three nine one KCBS Altamont pass to looking at delays getting out of the Livermore valley towards Tracy east five eighty north when the great line your necks updated seven eighteen on the traffic leader case we're looking at clear skies tonight in the early evening hours becoming partly cloudy later tonight and overnight lows will be in the upper fifties with winds ten to twenty miles per hour in some locations around the bay tomorrow.

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Trump blitzes into California for major $15M fundraising push

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Trump blitzes into California for major $15M fundraising push

"President Donald Trump spent part of Tuesday in the bay area for a round table in a fund raising luncheon Margie Shafer was at Moffett field and spoke with trump supporters as Air Force One landed California of course is a blue state but make no mistake president trump has his supporters here in the bay area and some were on hand as airforce one touched down at Moffett field including Janis

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At Moffett field Margie Shafer yeah all right thank you Marty keep doing KCBS will connect continue to pray track the president on his visit. gonna hit the roads with George grass. we have a dumpster fire in Marin county that is jamming up the ride on one a one the CHP has issued a special traffic advisory yeah because they've had to close lanes in the northbound direction for rather redwood highway this report brought to you by W. W. E. in fact with lanes blocked north bound it's even slowing the ride in the southbound direction again this is it camel pious drive the truck that drop the AB dumpster is about forty yards ahead of it on the northbound side there are several fire crews on scene trying now to extinguish that fire still delayed is your ride to the bay bridge toll plaza the backup reaching right to the foot of the macarthur maze the eight eighty approach those still backed up over the toll plaza is no longer backed up all the way to west Grand Avenue sadly though we're still slow westbound ninety two coming off the San Matteo bridge and that ninety to one a one hitter change is slow and for directions now northbound and southbound both north south and south of highway ninety two and that quite a bit of slowing for west bound to thirty seven and northbound highway one a one in the vicinity of highway eighty five likely there will be some road closures around Moffett field your next update eleven twenty eight the traffic meter KCBS sixty forecast KPIX five meteorologist merry legally beautiful start to the day with that sunshine in big difference compared to yesterday morning with that rain it.

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Crusade KCBS is Margie Shafer reports that today marks the third annual napa valley kinda celebration the kind of celebration takes place in yon Phil explains Tallulah Finkelstein going to walk through town that signs with messages of kind yes and we're gonna walk all the way up to the napa valley museum where there will be a double festival with music and speeches and treats be kind napa valley was founded by Tallulah and her sister ruby called the kindness kids we do community service projects we ate cakes for their table we did on a co drive for the victims he also organize birthday parties for homeless children at this year's be kind festival other youth leading youth based kind organizations will also be highlighted if we start at a young age times and being aware of being respectful and not judging others you can change the whole world wise girl sending a message of the power of kindness for napa valley and beyond Margie Shafer KCBS KCBS news time eight fifty two garlic is the topic of this report from the NRC David on food garlic is one of the oldest known food flavoring and seasoning plants that managed to get into the culinary tradition of so many civilizations get started in Central Asia spread to the Middle East and northern Africa three thousand BC and from there it got quickly to Europe you know is identified by the ancient Indians who managed to domesticate around six thousand years ago trading parties from India reach the Middle East and that's where they introduced into the mighty Babylonian and Assyrian empire is who really love this plant and spread it across neighborhoods if you stop to think about the things that can be done with garlic I'm in a Syrian and we pickled garlic just take the whole cloves peeling at all put it in a bottle fill it with five percent acidity vinegar and put in a cool dark place to let it sit for a year or two well actually you can start eating at a few months it gets dark almost turns black and the longer it sits the softer against and it develops a sweet amazing character there's a new product on the market these last few years called Caribbean fermented garlic or black garlic and they achieve that same black color and sweet flavor by fermenting it slowly and damp environment but it's so fascinating I use garlic almost daily and forget about one of those garlic presses are more trouble to clean and they're worth and then it's easier to just put it in a blender with the rest of the dressing and swirl around but it's certainly a wonderful addition to almost any kind of a meal Darcy David K. C. B. S. moneywatch time now on KCBS for that we turn to you too young it's a billion dollar business and it's aiming to K. your P. O. I think people just kind.

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Was eighty one six annual cannabis business summit and expose under way through tomorrow at the San Jose convention center KCBS is Margie Shafer tells us more about that the cannabis business is beyond a budding it's growing exponentially and thousands will attend the cannabis business summit and expo to learn more looking to be nearly ten thousand we have over four hundred exhibitors and over a hundred fifty speakers that is Morgan fox with the national cannabis industry association the trade association putting on the expo the NC I a is looking to change federal policy as most cannabis businesses don't have access to banking services are taxed at a higher rate than other businesses and the small business administration restrictions and if the Congress doesn't start reforming cannabis laws as soon as possible the U. S. cannabis markets stands to be left behind by other international actors this expo also features cannot vast west a group of angel in VC investors telling people looking to get into the business what they should bring to the table when seeking capital in San Jose Margie Shafer KCBS CBS news time three fifty five am here's your money one fifty this is a Bloomberg market minute stock futures are pointing to gains at the open S. and P. futures up nine nasdaq futures up thirty one Dow futures up eighty one nine make screwed little changed at fifty six dollars eighteen cents a barrel investors are awaiting more corporate results today including those from Harley Davidson coca Cola and visa we're also getting the June existing home sales numbers Bloomberg has learned that apple is negotiating to buy Intel struggling cellular modem units which would give apple key engineering talent and patents that would help to develop.

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Oakland Margie Shafer KCBS just ahead on KCBS blame for separatist goes put problem continues to go to the dogs yes the same twelve await first for traffic George ranch checked in with the latest and we're still looking at a little slowing into Solano county on both the Carquinez and Benicia bridge approaches the slower traffic is to the toll plaza of the Carquinez bridge back up on to this band and then heavy past data out to seven eighty and slow beyond that to Georges St jammed up as well as the right through Fairfield and in the North Bay highway thirty seven is slowing before lake well in the eastbound direction trying to get to one a one I tried to get to one twenty one that's because of an accident data between lake villains here is points and then it's heavy traffic eastbound along Skaggs island heading over toward the Mare Island bridge one a one slows at the north end of Nevado through the narrows and again through Petaluma and getting a look at the ride on the Nimitz through Oakland from the chill not a body collision Kay I'm Dave Fouts earlier crashes and installs all out of the lanes we've got slow traffic seven eighty before that night eighty interchange L. continued outwards High Street north down AT slows before ninety eighth the twenty ninth and it's slow on six eighty in the northbound direction trying to get out past the the Fremont Boulevard south to Washington and now we're starting to see slowing past Sheridan on six eighty north bound for this an old grade your next update twelve eighteen the traffic leader KCBS lovely weather today sunny and warm sixties of the beaches seventies around the bay into the mid eighties and then this afternoon more of the same is expected.

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"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"margie shafer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"How to do the same thing? KCBS is Margie Shafer with more from Berkeley Timothy Evans was nine when his father told him and his siblings. I have a gift for you. All that's gonna make you wealthy when you get older, and we were all excited because we really thought it was going to be money. But it was was a copy of the household budget. Evans made a decision as a freshman in college. That was unpopular with his peers who he says, why don't the good life as displayed on social media. They would make fun of me. Because while I was in college. I I decided I was like I'm not gonna have the lavish things because I want to graduate death free. It wasn't easy. He had to work. It took them longer to get that bachelor's degree in business from Cal State, San Marcos. And while he was there I was able to create an implement a financial literacy program, which taught students had a graduate debt free. It went from being a department program to being a campus wide program, and I call it like banking one on one shopping one on one basically how to live in stay within your financial lane. Now Evans works says the rack operations coordinator at UC Berkeley, he'd like to implement a similar program to teach students within his department financial management skills. It's a lesson that might prove popular public college graduates have an average debt load of thirty thousand dollars. According to the institute for. College access and success at UC Berkeley, Margie Schaefer, KCBS four it's coming up next on KCBS. It's eleven forty three. And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, I got the brush off again. I don't get it. Is there something wrong with the way I wave? Elbow wrist. Elbow wrist. Why won't that little Basset hound acknowledge me? I'm friendly. I give everyone peace of mind when I protect their homes through progressive should be jumping for joy when I walk by save an average of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive..

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