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"Eastbound 12 pickup truck spin out ended up on its side a few feet off the roadway. CHP is there but you know what? Their details South 101 in Marin County Watch out for some brake lights just after the Marin City exit continuing towards Rodeo That is some overnight work should be picked up by 6 A.m. favorites Toll Plaza looking Very nice. No metering lights, no backup at the limit into San Francisco. Also looking good for all the feet or freeways heading towards the maze. West 5 80 the Altamont Pass a bit on the slow side. 205 North Flynn the rest of look more valley after limit That's traffic. I'm Paul. Max. Workday. Oakland. I'm back Bill O'Reilly here and I will bring you the O'Reilly update later this morning at 10, 11 and 12 New on 8 60 am the answer. I'll come back America to you. It is time for the market Check brought to you by Andrew and todd dot com. They lend you money to buy a home. They re financial him a lot of you. It turns out And boy of the stocks of the home repair companies like Home Depot. It's that have gone through the roof because people have stayed home during the The virus and they're redoing their kitchens. They're putting on an extra room. There. There. Redoing the bathroom or something like that. The home improvement stocks have done great, but the business story of the day brought to you by Andrew and todd dot com Or you call Andrew and taught a triple A triple 8 11 72. There was Sierra Pacific mortgage. They lend you the money. Andrew and Todd lend you the money. You also find you. A wealth manager is going to take money out of your house for college and you have to manage it over 4 to 6 years they'll find your wealth manager. If you're looking to buy or or you want to buy an investment property, they'll find you a realtor. John Leahy inside the Beltway. Gordon Wood in Alexandria. They got land got Realtors up and down the California coast in New York City, where it's a pretty tough place to sell our house right now. A condo. Wherever you want to go. Andrew and Todd will lend you the money. They'll also help you get the best rate They'll pre qualify you to go out shopping, but you gotta call him triple triple 8 11 72 or go online to Andrew.
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"Union six years running. Well, the sea levels rise. Coastal communities have had to deal with the idea of higher waters and more frequent flooding. But it's not just those cities and towns that could be affected as sea water could force ground water up through the ground. For more now on what that means, and the effect it could have were joined on the KCBS Ring. Central News Line by UC Berkley and associate professor Christina Hill. Professor Thanks for joining US Sure. Thanks for having me so Professor. How could rising sea levels affect groundwater? Well, we usually think of groundwater is something we have to little of, but in this case Along the coastline within half a mile or so of the bay edge. The freshwater groundwater is going to rise on top of the salt water groundwater. And that's gonna push ground water up into a sewer pipe. And maybe cause old soil contaminants to move around again. And potentially increase some earthquake damage risk. And eventually, as it gets higher, it could emerge at the surface in some places. Yeah, so obviously I would imagine, like you said, when you're talking sewer lines and coming up that high a huge effect on buildings And as you said, infrastructure Yeah, it also causes road surfaces to age more quickly. How much do we rely on groundwater? We don't use it as a resource within that zone that shallow ground water near the coast. We don't usually used as any kind of a drinking water irrigation resource. Although some people have proposed that we could There's going to be a lot more of it for a while, and then it'll get salty eventually. So some of the changes that pasta that are a possibility like you just mentioned doubts. It starts to come up. What do we talk? Or is it just impossible to say what we're talking about in terms of time before we could really see some of those changes? Well, it's already happening. We're seeing it in some places. For example, the city of Alameda has already seen groundwater coming up out of manholes at King Tides at high tide. It's already happening, and we're seeing flooding from that in Marin City as well, where a group called Shore up Marin City is trying to figure out how to plan for that. Well, I was just going to ask you. I mean, if you're talking about seeing it already coming up from manholes, what are do you? Can you even comment to that to know that what various cities there are people looking into it acting on it. And what should people be? Be doing municipalities. There are several cities that are looking at it. Palo Alto Hayward, Alameda. They're all looking at it, and they're concerned because no matter what you build it, the edge of the wall or levy that groundwater still going to come up behind it. So we could waste billions of dollars on levees and sea walls and not prevent flooding, And that's probably the most important big issue for the bay. So what can be done about it? I mean, if those standard things that we think of seawalls, that sort of thing wouldn't be effective. What would be Well, we really have three choices. We could try to pump it away and the soil may think like in New Orleans if we pump too much. So pumping is kind of dangerous and it would be expensive and have to build a whole new infrastructure of pump systems. We can move away, which doesn't seem like a great idea. And we can learn to live with it high like the Dutch do. The groundwater is very high across the Netherlands, and they've developed whole floating urban neighborhoods. To cope with that. What would you say? I mean, is that something that that that of those three options that you just mentioned? What would you say for the Bay Area is the most realistic. Well, I think initially will probably do more pumping and maybe even build from little canal systems to drain it away. On And then, as we realized conventional development fails, conventional buildings start to fail. Then we'll replace them with areas that are floating on artificial pond. And I think that could be beautiful, actually, okay? So I mean, like, I just said when I asked you about timing, I mean, that sounds sounds like this is going to be happening a lot sooner than maybe we all think. Well, the data look bad on ice melting and sea level rise in the state has asked us to think about the possibility for long term investments of between one and 3, ft by 2050. And more like almost 3 ft. So at that point, people really will have to start changing their houses. And putting in canals pumping systems and then probably after 20 for the will start to see some developments that are built to float on artificial plants. Well, pot changes in store that's for sure, Professor. Thanks so much for joining us. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks for having me already. And that was UC Berkeley. Associate Professor Christina Hill Case. 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"Insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all states or situations CBS news time five eighteen first for traffic years cut can wonderfully all right now tell a little bit better news regarding Oakland this accident that I told you about last time it'd come in for south bound eight eighty eight Hagen burger in the left lane single car here but we did hear from the KCBS phone forcing it does turn out this accident is actually at the off ramp to Hagen burger from south eighty in the center divide in left lane so not going to affect you if you stay on the freeway so if you do have a problem out there you see an accident or stall or something do call the KCBS phone force line we're here twenty four seven at four one five three nine one KCBS it's three nine one five two two seven we go back to Marin city there's still a smidge of slow traffic as the Caltrans crews are picking up the final bits of the road work that is on the wall the great it has you pinch down to the Golden Gate Bridge sell most of its gone but I still see a little bit of a stop and go pattern just from Marin city it picks up well before rodeo so they're just about done we're just not quite there yet in the meantime the Altamont pass that's about a half an hour drive time coming out of the Tracy area two oh five is backed up a little bit longer about midway between mountain house parkway in sale Levin St stays very slow at the five eighty merge and then gradually opens up as you get to the top of the hill and we're getting word of something in the roadway not sure if this is going to shake out to be a Staller perhaps some debris in Union City this is south eighty just south of Eldorado Boulevard C. H. P. as in route your next update five twenty eight on the traffic CVS let's get our main sini sleep world sixty forecast enjoy huge savings at Manzini sleep world's best buys mattress sale visit sleep world dot com Mary Lee has our outlook good Friday morning to you it's a cloudy start to the day with cool temperatures mainly in the low to mid fifties as we start off our Friday as we head through the afternoon we are looking at cooler daytime highs compared.
"marin city" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"Toko has this ability to endear himself. If to anyone whoever you are. He makes you feel like he gets you. And maybe that's because of who he is. The naming Toko is from an indigenous group in Colombia. Where his dad? I grew up my dad's pretty short and pretty Brown skinned and pretty curly-haired and my mom is a pretty stereotypical California blonde long long. Long Hair. Blue Eyes their marriage didn't last and he and his mom ended up moving to a family home here in Marin he spent most of his time in a pretty white world world. It wasn't really until my freshman year of high school that I think I really pushed to identify as a person of of color. He was in a public high school with a mix of kids but he was still hanging out with the same white crowd he grew up with. He was dating upper class girls he he was popular than when day he was hanging with his buddies. And he says this curly haired round Skins Salvadoran kid walked by my France or like wetback fruit picker and I was like. Hey you know you're talking about me right and they're not an different. We're not talking about you and I was like yeah you are. They didn't stay friends but they taught him something that he could push against the dominant culture and succeed within it at the same time. This is just what's in the judgment. This is the floor. Uh the ceiling back at the Mike as he lists for the public the steps the school district is now required to take in order to get law enforcement Nov.. It's back and what does it have to do. He takes many deep breaths to satisfy the desegregation order Toko has decreed a school school or schools with a mix of kids from across this community. In addition to the students currently base item. Okay he has to attract kids from every every kind of neighborhood including the whiter and more affluent ones sound like twenty or forty or sixty. Kids is a lot but right now. That's not what's happening. Togo has to come up with those kids within five years but he has to come up with a detailed plan for how he's going to do that within six months to inform that plan he's required wired to get hours and hours of input from parents families teachers local leaders experts and if he fails to hit the specific benchmarks along the way the attorney general may take further action against Selena. Marin City School district now that charter school over in Sausalito Willow Creek. They do have families from all four corners of the district but they also have have almost all the Sausalito kids. Almost every single white student. Going to public school in. This district goes to Willow Creek so the challenge is how do you get those kids at least some of them in school with the kids you gotTa Bayside. MLK maybe the task before he Toko and before all the people of Sausalito in Marin city wouldn't be so hard if they were starting from scratch maybe if the baggage of history didn't weighs so heavily on this district this would just be a problem of math and geography and buses moving children from one neighborhood to another instead. It seems the history of what happened. Happened here is painfully present in almost every conversation in every decision as to how to move forward one place to start that history is with Marin city's public housing complex today it's a combination of high rises and one story homes that climb lime up the base of one of this Peninsula hills. This is the first public housing complex. Where I've actually run into a coyote skulking through a parking lot last night it it was really weird? Yeah it was like it was just printing house that's Jeremiah and the fifteen year old who went to bayside. Mlk when things were so bad he lives up one the criss crossing paths with his grandparents and an aunt and uncle. Our he says for a long time people have been calling. Marin city's public housing complex the jungle jungle yeah people called mercy at the dunk. The junk My interpretation has always been there so much wilderness around Marin city. I figure like before they started building these buildings it just looked like a drug that orange and Tan buildings of the jungle are from the nineteen sixties. But before these there was another set of buildings here during during World War Two tens of thousands of people came to Marin to build oil tankers and the giant cargo vessels known as liberty ships traditionally the time nation mobilizes mechanical and it's industrial genius to build the largest fleet of cargo ships ever to sail seven seas. There were black people from from the south whites from across the country. Some Chinese immigrants forty six days the federal government through up temporary housing. Jack Kerouac actually actually wrote about it. In on the road he called it a wild and joyous place and quote the only community in America where whites and negroes lived together volunteer sooner raise one launched swing a new Keel into place for another is wasted workman and a lot of the people still here their parents and in grandparents lived in temporary buildings. Hi How are you people like Betty. Hodges she runs educational programs and a free summer camp here called Freedom Adam School Jeremiah. Went there a bunch of summers. The black people that settled in Marin city came from Louisiana Texas Mississippi to get a better life life. Betty is in her early seventies and sometimes as the squint like instead of looking at you. She's looking at the decades of history. She's witnessed here in those days. There is still white families in Marin city but after the war while white shipbuilders were able to move and buy houses across Marin City and elsewhere racist laws and redlining prevented blacks from moving anywhere and the Federal Housing was flimsy and it was slated to be torn down and folks organized because they didn't want to go back to the south. They wanted to make this their home. They had to fight I to stay and then and to get a new complex built. It's the same public housing. That's here now. So it was out of that activism that there was also activism around the schools and segregation. This was just after Brown versus board of Ed mid-nineteen eighties in about fourth grade. Betty and some of her black classmates joined going to school of majority white kids from the local military bases and she says that was her first time realizing that there were world's plural. Aw Not just one I could talk about Collard Greens within somebody was talking about an artichoke. Artichoke with that you know for. Does it taste like quitters. I mean it's so I guess it's it's my first understanding of the cultural translation but actually takes place. Ace I learn early on to navigate. The white world did going to an integrated school. Change your perception. Have yourself or your feelings about yourself. I feel like I could compete with anybody. Betting or black peers paved the way. Hey for a wider spread desegregation effort in the sixties for a short time. One school here was even led by a black militant principal who hosted Black Panther breakfasts. Uh Betty went on to college graduate degrees job in Congress but when she came back she found that Maroon city had changed dramatically the public elementary schools. That had prepared her so well they were failing kids now. They couldn't wait. They didn't have vocabulary whole periods. You you know in history. They didn't know and I was like what's going on. Superintendent Toko Garcia also remembers what it was like here. Nineteen nineteen ninety two. The year that I graduated high school remains the highest murder rate in the bay area in this community was impacted tremendously Ashley. By the sale of crack. Cocaine by the consumption of crack cocaine and by mass incarceration and so there were a lot of kids that were exposed to a tremendous amount of adverse childhood experiences and so You know I live through that here. There's a report from nineteen ninety-seven that says police were called to the marine city. Middle School fifty times in one ear. There were one hundred. Sixty six suspensions to me. As a veteran educator us not indicative of a deficit in the children or the families that is indicative to me of a deficit in the people who were running the school at the time the Black Panthers were long gone. The leadership was white again but most of the white students work on the military bases at all closed so those families were gone and and the word among many white residents of Sausalito was. If you have kids you either move or you send them to private a former Sausalito mayor. Bill Ziegler says in the real world it was zip. The schools didn't even exist. The brokers would tell new families coming in was no school in Sausalito Alito. It was that bad. That wouldn't even tell them about the school. You Heard People say that Bill Ziegler has a good friend also in real estate who was as frustrated as he was with the schools. I am Bruce. Have in the nineties Bruce Huff and his wife were helping to raise relative and they did try sending him to public school. He was assaulted three times in the hospital. Once the teachers had no control the administration had no control. It was one of the wealthiest school districts in the state of California but it was still failing year after year. It was criticized for spending too much on overhead people on all all sides were calling for new leadership but Bruce. He didn't think it was possible to fix things. I became convinced personally. The only way to solve the problem was not to try to do it from within the school the existing schools but to create a charter school. So Bruce got together some high powered friends including that mayor. The original intent was that Sausalito. News School Bruce was familiar with the charter movement. An an educated us and we talked.
"marin city" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Three oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS still cloudy today though a little bit warmer than yesterday good morning I'm making gold here's what's happening five people have been taken into custody in connection with the deadly Halloween shooting at Airbnb enter into the CVS is Margie Shafer reports the Contra Costa county sheriff will provide more information in the coming days multiple arrest warrants and search warrants were served in several bay area counties with five suspects taken into custody those warrants were served in San Matteo belay Antioch and Marin city president Beverly freemen at the Golden Gate village housing complex in Marin city awoke to the sound of bull horn instructions thanks horse that the police came in here we they had come so but did he cops all over here the head in the key is trying to go to school looking at people with rifles four of the five suspects are being held without bail and will face murder and conspiracy charges they are twenty eight year old lebron Wallace of San Matteo twenty year olds Jack has Sweeney and Jason Ellis of Marin city thirty year old sham Ron Mitchell of Antioch and a fifth suspect twenty one year old Devin Williams in a Vallejo is being held on five hundred thousand dollars bail on charges of being an accessory Contra Costa county sheriff David Livingston says evidence shows two of the five deceased persons inside the around the house were themselves armed which may have played a role in the tragedy and he said the department looks forward to providing more information in the coming days Margie Shafer KCBS an administrator at Saugus high school is crediting lockdown drills in part for saving lives during today's campus shooting at the same time as KCBS is Rebecca corral reports some worry about the toll that active shooter drills can take our youngsters nearly all public schools in the U. S. conduct lockdown drills with some focusing on realistic active shooter scenarios complete with simulated gunfire we have at the present time capital data suggesting that some kids are in fact quite scared by destroy Sacramento state psychology professor Dr Stephen Brock draws a distinction between active shooter drills at lockdown drills we do have evidence the traditional lockdown drill that's the drill that we probably should be practicing with kids there is evidence that the drills are effective that they don't unnecessarily frighten them away realistic active shooter drills frighten them further there is clear and convincing evidence that when a child's behind a locked classroom door the chances of them being harmed by an intruder are extraordinarily rare in fact the likelihood of a public school student being killed by got it school is one in six hundred fourteen million psychologists say when it comes to very young children the ones in elementary school if the teachers and staff who should be drilled not the kids Rebecca chorale KCBS is been closure to Pleasant Hill cold case this week police captured a fugitive who diluted law enforcement for more than fifteen years Pleasantville police say Tyson more had an accomplice murdered Merlin fiddler feathers apartment on golf club road in Pleasant Hill in may of two thousand four fiddler was shot to death during a home invasion robbery over marijuana more had was arrested Tuesday in Stockton bring some closure to feathers family he's being held in Contra Costa county jail charged with murder burglary and robbery just ahead on KCBS the latest in the eighties bid to build in on the waterfront in Oakland three oh eight we are first for traffic here's a day with your traffic report and I just received a call from Jose and the KCBS phone force and he just told me about the San Bruno area westbound three eighty he said that the connector.
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"In Marin city traffic signals around in all these areas and motorists are asked to treat intersections as four way stops and Jim we are told there may be a more power shut offs as the day progresses reporting live in Windsor Jeffrey shall be KCBS in the East Bay they're expecting the power to be caught there at around noon KCBS is Holly Quan joins us live to report the people there this morning I'm making some last minute preparations the home of the generator powering this big lucky grocery store in Montclair was music to the ears of a cult whose loading three cases of water into was car before dawn all the shells are fine there's plenty of water and now but I just figured I'd come early like it's a beep try to arrive before the doors opened in search of ice which was just arriving on pallets he went to seven or eight places yesterday but came up empty handed are we and forget trying to get water was still in stock forget trying to get something like I stressed that that was what sectors his name is urging people to turn off outside irrigation watch your insight used because it needs power to deliver water up the hills and is generators can only handle so much so the district topped off its local supply tanks they don't want to draw that the open hills holic one KCBS parts of the South Bay gonna have their power cut today at noon as well K. CBS's Matt Bigler live in San Jose with that part of the story Matt yeah Jim this was the announcement last hour from San Jose officials at city hall Jeannie has informed us that they will be shutting down power starting in noon today in areas that are affected by the potential wildfire threat that's the east side of San Jose near the Diablo foothills and if all the din valley to the south deputy city manager kit Harkness is asking folks in those areas too please stay safe charge up your cell phones now get gas in your tank now and check to see if vulnerable neighbors have done the same take the time as you prepare yourself to to reach out across the street to that elderly neighbor next door and check in on her and see how she's doing and if she understands and she needs assistance help her reach out to her family and friends city is opening three community resource centers near the blackout zones where folks can get water they can charge up there like trying devices PGD also has one of those open at a via stadium the home of the San Jose earthquakes now as we've been hearing these public safety power shut offs could last as long as five days depending upon the weather and the utility inspections that have to follow live at San Jose city hall Matt Bigler KCBS just ahead on KCBS governor Newsome calls out PGA any for reaching the point of having to shut the power off KCBS used I made awaits traffic and weather together and it's been a very busy day came wonderfully what's up now for well it has a last time we talked I couldn't conjure the name of the Benicia protest it's the Venetian.
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"Researching it because if you receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred thirty three eight see we've got KCBS traffic sponsored by canon mega tank printers here's John Atkinson Jensen Washington nationals down the bottom of the eighth inning out at oracle so all those folks are going to be hitting the freeways here pretty soon and it's already just terrible through the city one on one north bound that's tied up from the joint emerge on the lower deck to eighty extension north out that's backing up approaching sees our shop as getting out toward six than king and that's all going to get a whole lot worse before it gets better as I came just about ready to finish up we've got new problems are new delays through the San Ramon valley on interstate six eighty let's look at the Chilton autobody collision Kaman Frank Munich down not a pleasant valley Wednesday north found six eighty bogs down beginning a crow canyon that's going to continue stopband slow up to an open topic Richmond San Rafael bridge is just terrible this afternoon eastbound five eighty at the west and we still have the two left lanes shut down only the right lane open until further notice on going bridge inspection after a big Greg hit the underside of the bridge so all the approaches as you might imagine are just terrible five eighty is backed up on a one a one southbound through central Sandra fell Sir Francis Drake's backed up to one a one and now north on a one a one that back it just continues to get worse it is bumper bought bumper to bumper from Marin city all the way out in towards larkspur your next update three twenty eighths on the traffic leader KCBS again for the man see the sleep world sixty forecast Nancy sleep world invites you to rest easy during their triple bonus mattress sale visit sleep world dot com.
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"Desk nine eighteen just got an update on the bay bridge from Terry of the phone force. We've got a stall eastbound near the island right in the middle lanes. And then they're still working on that crash at the east end of the bridge right there before the five eighty eighty split. It's in the lanes going to eastbound five eighty and at last check we still had middle lanes blocked with that crash and traffic very slow from west grand avenue. We have had that problem in Castro valley. There was a crash reported on five eighty westbound near Eden canyon believe they've got that one out of your way. Now, seeing new problems on the east shore westbound eighty just before Gilman there is a semi truck blocking the middle lane as somebody spun out not sure if it was the truck or another vehicle that had to stop. So another delay westbound on eighty not seeing anything really bunching up there yet. And despite all the rain, it looks like Cal trans is working tonight. I'm seeing as indications of that on the Golden Gate Bridge. Southbound one zero one the bridge crews anyway are out slow from Alexander. Meantime, it looks like they just about got things cleared up. Southbound one zero one in Marin city still seeing some slow northbound traffic at that point in San Jose, southbound one zero one before Hellier we've got an accident that made it to the right hand shoulder after somebody spun out there. Your next traffic update at nine twenty eight on the traffic.
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"Six minutes past the hour. Now, let's get another look at your early ride to work today. Here's Joe McConnell. The right on six eighty south in Pleasanton. We're seeing it's slowing down because of this crash near Sonora boulevard, although doesn't look like anything's blocked eighty westbound San Pablo dam road still have a crash over to the side and slow traffic primarily from Richmond Parkway, although it is starting to slow as far back as happy and way, stay slow down to almost the bay bridge. Not quite solid. Toll plaza backup is out to the eighty overpass. Now, one southbound at Marin city offer debri in the left lane. Joe McConnell for cake. Okay. Thanks, joe. His report brought to you by peninsula. Del rey. Senior living the FDA has taken steps to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products from some locations in the hope of preventing young people from getting hooked on nicotine on science this morning. We'll be taking a look at the state of the science on whether these products are safe to us. Stay with us for science. You'll hear it at six twenty two this morning. Also at eight twenty two here on K Q E, partly cloudy with patchy fog this morning. It'll be mostly cloudy later today. An update of Tampa. Pictures show Sacramento expecting a high of sixty two San Francisco will reach sixty four Santa Rosa Napa. Redwood City and Fremont all expecting sixty five degrees, Oakland, and San Jose. Should both have a high of sixty six. It's now seven minutes past the hour of six o'clock. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. Tensions have been escalating the US Mexican border a migrant protest against US border policies spiraled out of control yesterday. Some migrants got past Mexican authorities and try to reach the US border and customs and border protection. Officers fired tear gas into the crowd and then closed the border between two wanna and San Diego for several hours this morning. President Trump tweeted about these migrants saying they are not coming into the USA. We will close the border permanently. If need be and quote democratic congressman Scott Peters represents parts of San Diego. His district comes very close to the border area. We are talking about any joins us this. Morning. Congressman welcome warning. David, thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on. What is your understanding of what happened yesterday this border? Well, we have a large group of people we've had caravans for a long time groups to travel together up for Central America gathered at the border, and I guess from what I read a few of them got impatient. How maybe had the impression that they? They might have some success getting over and sort of a move toward the thing. Fencing and were repelled, I think at least in part by shocking of tear gas. Including against the children and their their parents. You say shocking. I I guess if if what customs and border patrol is saying that that some of these migrants were throwing projectiles that struck several agents what what should have done differently. You know, I think that they should be working in conjunction with the Mexican authorities to to control the crowd. But let's appreciate that. You know, very very small percentage of the group. That's that's waiting many sports stadium. Tried to reach the port of entry. The vast majority are waiting for their turn at the asylum application provided for by United States law. What we should be doing is concentrating on getting these these things process and most of them will be denied. But there's no reason to create conditions in which this kind of unrest can can occur. The Washington Post is reporting that President Trump in the White House are working with Mexican authorities. They've negotiated a plan that would require asylum. Applicants to stay on the Mexican side until their claims are processed which would be a change in in US policy. Is that a viable solution for you? One of the things I think people talking about to create safe zones for asylum seekers outside the United States, whether it's in Central America, or in this case in Mexico. I think that might make some sense. You know, we wanna make sure that there's helpful conditions while people wait, it doesn't serve anyone for people to be trapped in on sanitary conditions with the threat of disease. But that's generally, I think a good a good interim step I think obviously comprehensive immigration reform is probably the thing that we'd all like to see that would make the most sense that we can rationalize these rules. We can provide processing that won't take months. Hand, you know? Deal with this issue in a way, that's consistent with the rule of law. Do you do you think your democratic leadership is ready to work with the White House on the kind of compromise that you seem to be suggesting could exist here only you only five years ago? It's very frustrating. The Senate passed a comprehensive immigration reform Bill with sixty eight votes, very bipartisan, go with tech workforce farmwork force healthcare, reunited families now with dreamers provided billions of dollars for more security again passed with sixty eight votes in the Senate. We we didn't even we weren't even allowed to buy by speaker banner to have a vote in the house that Bill would have passed. It would have been signed by President Obama. We're not that far away from a compromise. We know what's going to take. I think that the president's interested politicizing this. He gets a lot of political mileage out of beating up on Mexico, which is our best friend and in in San Diego. That's that's a very very difficult economic proposition because this is not just any part of the border the same. Border crossing. The busiest land port in the world. Commercial exchange between one at San Diego's valued at two point one million dollars per day. So we have every interest in the world involving this issue in a way that makes sense for everyone that understands the drivers that are bringing people up toward desperate from Central America understands the need for a rational immigration performance in red states. Congressman Scott Peters is a democrat who represents California's fifty second congressional district which includes an area that comes very close to the this busy border crossing that we've been talking about congressman we appreciate your time this morning. Thanks a lot. Thanks so much David, and I wanna turn briefly to NPR White House. Correspondent Scott Horsely who has covered immigration for for a good number of years. I'm this guy. Good to be with you, David. So come the comes from there makes it sound. Like there could be room for compromise. And finding a way to keep many of these migrants safe on the Mexican side as their asylum processes is worked through the courts. I guess there are a lot of immigrant advocates who might not be thrilled with that proposition. Is that is that? Realistic politically. Well, I think it's important to note that that twenty thirteen bipartisan Bill he talked about the past Senate and never got an airing in the house. One reason it didn't get an area in the houses that Stephen Miller who's now White House aide personally helped to torpedo at. So I I think the the room for compromise with this White House on anything like that is hard to imagine the possibility of some sort of safe zone for asylum seekers outside the US is certainly something that the administration is is interested in part of what we're seeing here, though is a consequence of the administration's effort to funnel asylum seekers to fish ports of entry like Santa sedro, which has created this volatile situation right there at the border NPR White House correspondents got joining us this morning, Scott. We appreciate it. Thanks good. With you the man accused of ramming his car through a crowd of protesters at a white supremacist rally goes on trial this week in Charlottesville Virginia. Jury selection starts today. James, Alex, fields junior. Is charged with murder in the death of Heather higher. He also faces a digital charges for wounding others. Here's NPR's Debbie Elliott when the August twelfth two thousand seventeen unite the right rally erupted in violence star Peterson was with a multi racial group of counter protesters marching downtown. She didn't see the gray dodge challenger coming from behind accelerating down a hill on a narrow one way street. I just heard three bumps and I two of them were his left tires going over my leg sporting neon pink pigtails and a black lives matter t-shirt Peterson who is thirty eight uses a cane for walking. Now, she's had five surgeries and has not been able to go back to work due to the severity of her injuries. So he broke both of my legs two parts of my spine and one red. And then also had a pretty big laceration that had to be so not Peterson plans to testify at the trial this week James feels it's charged with. First degree murder and malicious woundings authorities say he deliberately plowed his car into the anti-racist demonstration and had earlier participated in the rally with chance. Promoting white. Supremacy fields is a twenty one year old white man from Ohio. He's pleaded not guilty and has not spoken publicly since his arrest fields court appointed defense attorney declined to comment on the case key evidence from prosecutors will include graphic videos shared on social media by witnesses. I feel like court's gonna be watching my daughter diag- in over and over and over Susan was Heather hires mother. She says no matter how difficult she wants to see the case through. I have never hated Mr. fields. Because I felt like he's in the hands of Justice nail. But I do pray that Justice prevails here. What is Justice look like to you? I don't know. At least locked away. The broader community is also looking for Justice as it seeks to reconcile the forces that made Charlottesville shorthand for racial strife, Don gathers is co-founder of the local chapter of black lives matter where we go from here. I don't I don't know as a society and as a world we gotta figure out how to make Schaller's feel more than just a hashtag again and more than just a blip on the racist. History of this country gathers has served on several citizen advisory panels, including a commission on race memorials and the police review board. He says there's been an awakening that this is a new civil rights battle. So we've reached a point now that we gotta stop having conversations about race and start talking about the real elephant in the room, which is racism addressing systemic racism is a goal of the Charlottesville area. Community foundation says president Brennan Gould, it's raised over a million dollars for the heels sharp. Lotte's fell fund part of what we heard from our community that was needed for the healing was opportunities to act opportunities to really be good honest about our collective history and also to start to act in ways that will help address the impacts of that history. It's funded an initiative to increase teacher diversity, for instance. But gold says the primary focus is helping survivors with rent and utilities medical bells and counseling, it seemed like the world had moved on a way, and yet people were still very much living in dealing with the consequence of that tragedy. One way it helps survivors is through a grant to social worker Matthew Christensen at partner for.
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"Four stories high and right next to them. Cinderblocks? Sort of outline where there used to be a house rescue squads are starting a more extensive search of houses now that they were just giving a quick triage to before. And there are fears that the death toll could rise quilt Lawrence NPR news, Mexico Beach, Florida, President Trump says he plans to call Saudi King Salman over the next twenty four hours to discuss the disappearance and likely death of Washington Post journalist, Jamal Shoghi. He was last seen at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. And as NPR's timber Keith reports, it's complicating the U S Saudi relationship talking to reporters at the White House. President Trump acknowledged that it doesn't look good for kashogi who disappeared nearly two weeks ago. Trump says is administration is still gathering information. And that's why he hasn't yet called the Saudi King to discuss it. Nobody knows right now the answer. We're looking for the Turkish authorities say they have audio and video evidence that kashogi was tortured and murdered. Trump says if kashogi has been killed and Saudi Arabia is proven responsible then there will be severe punishment asked. What that punishment should be Trump said there are many options, but he doesn't want to stop sales of military equipment to the kingdom. Tamra Keith NPR news and President Trump is campaigning for Republican candidates in Richmond Kentucky tonight rally is scheduled to start at this hour. These books has released more details about a recent security breach that exposed personnel. Details of millions of users. And here's Camilo domino. Ski has more in the last two weeks of September attackers exploited three bugs and Facebook's code to gain access to users accounts. They didn't get any passwords, but they didn't have to they were able to act just like they were logged in Facebook. Now says thirty million people had their accounts. Accessed about half had their name and Email or phone number taken. But for fourteen million the attackers viewed more, including their gender religion birthday, recent location, check ins and search Istorii four hundred thousand people had their posts their groups and lists of friends access to Facebook wouldn't discuss who carried out the attack or why citing an active FBI investigation Camille, Domino's ski NPR news. And you're listening to NPR news from Culver City, California from K Q weedy news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. The Marin city skate park is having its grand reopening today. And there's a celebration going on right now. Can you would you shy eleven is there and lots of cities have skate parks these days. So what's significant about this opening well in Marin city right off the one on one just north of false alita. If you haven't been there it's in a little valley and surrounded by these tree covered hills. Here demographically Marin city is just over sixty percent, black and Latino and the median income here is around forty one thousand dollars. So it's a lot more diverse and also a lot lower income than the rest of Marin county in general and the area just doesn't have the same resources the rest of the county does so in two thousand fourteen there was a Kickstarter campaign and it raised funds to open the skate park on the site of an old tennis court. But after about two years, there was an issue that came up over who would pay for the liability insurance, and nobody did so the park to close. And so this is the grand reopening did the county or city come up with the liability insurance. No, actually, the liability insurance, which is about ten thousand dollars per year. So far, no government authority has said that they could pay for it to keep it open. So basically a skate and surf shop.
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"Four here at k. SRO Amil take a. Look, at the roadways on the ground nut, in space we're not quite there yet no We're working on it here. Is Tom Benner thank you much brought to. You by Cal fire and a little more in that situation and sausalito. Two car crash blocking the left lane it's one zero one southbound before the. Sausalito Marin city exit proper authorities are dealing with it in the proper way Vallejo. Highway thirty seven westbound between the mare island bridge and the lane merge. It's also sluggish this morning and little road work to tell you about, its geyserville basically one wanna one northbound between Windsor river road. And east canyon road catastrophic, wildfires are increasing in California, and will continue. To strike be ready get set by knowing what to take and. Where to go if you have. To, evacuate, if wildfire strikes. Go early remember ready set go learn more from Cal fire at ready for wildfire dot org your next. Update's at seven fifteen Now. Dan With your k-. SRO, forecast My vote still, two thousand, one A Space Odyssey theme but whatever Some sun expected, for the weekend today topping out at seventy five. With partly cloudy skies sixty one on the coast few, clouds tonight low fifty about eighty degrees for tomorrow with. Sunny skies then that's really the only real sunny day this week slow sixty is on the coast and then back to partly, cloudy after that fifty five degrees in Healdsburg fifty seven in Windsor Fifty-seven in rohnert park and fifty six degrees in Santa Rosa traffic on the fives weather six times. Our mornings on k. SRO ks arro- news time is seven five the. Wildfires across California are creating a health hazard in the bay area officials warned that. Air quality in the San Francisco Bay area is at unhealthy levels people should avoid outdoor activities and keep their windows and doors close over a dozen fires are burning. Across the state with some of the worst here in northern California the largest fire burning is the ranch fire which is. Part of the Mendocino complex fire the largest, in the, state's history The ranch fire has burned over three hundred sixty, six thousand acres and is only sixty seven percent contained firefighters are also trying to put out the car fire near reading that's burned over two hundred twenty nine, thousand. Acres and is now at ninety three percent containment city of Santa Rosa's. Asking the federal government for more money to help protect against natural disasters the city. Council recently approved nine grant applications asking for about seventeen million dollars in funding the city is committed to spend over eleven million dollars on local infrastructure projects bringing the. Total to just under thirty million dollars the, nine projects are aimed at protecting the community from future fires floods and earthquakes A thirteen acre Guerneville campground in a Redwood canyon near Armstrong woods is going. Back, to the auction block this Saturday a sale that could leave fifty people who live on the grounds homeless you fairy ring campground owned. By chase Bank since a foreclosure earlier this year has already been through two previous auctions that feel to draw. A successful bid opening bid for. The, campground has just under three hundred sixty. Thousand dollars the press democrat reports that supervisor Linda Hopkins is working to postpone. The sale in hopes the county could find someone to purchase it and maintain it at affordable rates most people at the campground live in RV's trailers with a few intents and one in a brick, house about you and me buying it what he say yeah I've got. The hat at least half a three hundred sixty just playing around just laying around the. Young winemaker at fully Johnson winery in Rutherford has died at the age of, thirty one William Patrick fully the third son of. Vitner and businessman Bill Foley passed away on August twelfth from natural, causes, volley became Winemaker at fully Johnson almost two years ago having studied, in all g and culture in New Zealand before getting involved with the. Family business of wine fully spent two years in investment banking. His father Bill entered the north coast winery business after the two thousand eight financial crisis fully. Family wines now own twenty-five wineries and three thousand acres of vineyards over. Six thousand runners are expected to, participate in the Santa Rosa marathon this weekend the event is in its tenth year and we'll have runners seeking to qualify for the. Boston marathon Sunday's full course goes from downtown Santa Rosa and out to the Santa Rosa creek trail to willow side and all of that road's before returning. To, the finish line at courthouse square the event also includes a half marathon five k and a ten k. this too short shorter races will take place on Saturday proceeds will go to several charities in north bay including the Redwood credit union north. Bay fire relief fund and we'll. Talk a little bit more about That coming up at seven eighteen a new state funded health surveys, finding marijuana use is declining among California teams the survey released this week by the California Department of education. Found just over four percent of seventh graders used marijuana between two thousand fifteen in two thousand seventeen compared to ten percent between. Two thousand, eleven in two thousand thirteen the numbers, were similar among ninth tenth and eleventh graders meanwhile the survey. Method was changed between two thousand eleven two thousand thirteen increasing the data collection period from around six months to two school years governor Brown's plan to put a voluntary contribution on local. Water bills is being met by a flood of complaints by a coalition of cities businesses. And water agencies question is whether. This voluntary contribution to be informed locally with the state, level and it can be, implemented at the state level, at a much lower cost Cindy talk with The association of California water agencies says there are already funding sources in, place to make sure the state's drinking water is safe it is seven ten, at, ks SRO If you're selling a. Homing Snowmageddon you know the fires have changed everything is more, important than, ever to have an agent who really knows the market that's why you should go Mike Kelly it's a different. Landscape these days you're dealing with insurance, companies lawyers inspectors I can help. You get through all of this stuff and sell your home the right.
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"Barbecue chicken potato salad had dose and hamburgers trying in people from all around Marin city where Rory. Has lived his whole life back into war as they bought houses here back in the date but now since they don't give a different apartments and stuff so it's a big difference now so it is not as close knit close neighbor everybody know each. Other like they used to back in the days there's a good chance for everyone to meet meet each other yes Smells, delicious good coach Gary savage has played. Enjoy a chance for neighbors to get to know each other but also to get to know their local first responders Jared. Kasim back is Marin county sheriff's deputy when we go to a call where maybe a. Family member as passed we already know them so. We have that association with them and it helps with empathy and helping them, through that next transition. And also when people are in crisis and we end up. Going to that call Nerine crisis. We know hey I'm Jared you know I've helped you, before we had a hotdog or hamburger together and allows us to walk them back down in Marin city Megan gold speak KCBS San Ramon police are. Searching for a fourteen year old missing girl since July thirty. First Taylor cusak may have run. Away perhaps with another girl identified as, a Stella, knitting police say they found no evidence of foul play investigators have. Looked at Taylor's phone records and broadcast a critical reach flyer. State At wide sports coming up next KCBS. News time. Ten thirteen. Flow here with a really weird word buttery buttery it's not quite butter butter ish, or maybe buttery is like butchery bakery a shop that..
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"Marin city's golden gate village it's a public housing a public housing complex with about three hundred units i guess after residents were complaining back in march that the rats were gnawing through the walls and this is a quote from the story that i pulled because i wasn't going to say it but now i'm going to and nibbling in our kitchens got up critters were so hungry that they reportedly we're getting into closeted eating clothing anyway long story short they found seven dead rats and thirteen and fifteen deceased mice and that adds up to seven hundred and sixty one dollars per rodent everybody it's me mickey mouse what they need to do as soon as she gets back from her trip to canada's they got ahold of my mom she can handle this i was living in florida and wherever i was living i was living somewhere get off my mom where you were lost my train of thought she mom calls me up and she goes where do you think i could get a good rat trap what i knew the city of chicago pretty well and i said mom you'd have to probably go towards the city i said as you head down the edens expressway gonna addison avenue there's a home depot i'd try that because she couldn't find a rat trap anywhere near her in the suburbs she lived in i said i i point out where the rat trap here's here's my guy thinking okay i tell her where to go to get the rat trap then john's on me mom why do you need a rat trap.
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"Lee baltimore and go stay with an all political friend of a faint his old black panther comrade asante in marin city california having to leave bsa devastated to change the course of his life when he climbed onto the bus that would take him to the west coast he cared five dollars as pocket and four chicken wings in a paper bag kim agean that level of poverty heading out on a bus to take you cross the entire country was five dollars and four chicken wings god i hope that was exaggerated like i like i've been poor here and there for hearing they're grown up but i was a big i was never four chicken wings in five bucks on a bus bore 1988 to palk and secca arriving marin city across the bay from oakland he was 17 years old she's thirteen asante lived in a poor housing complex that was rife with crime in fact morenz crime rate has soared of such levels that people prefer referred to the community as the jungle at that time asante had agreed to house them so fini said the kids you know head of her until she could come up with some money for ticket of her own i mean again in super poor and then one day she got a call from asante saying the kids needed a new home she didn't want to have them living there anymore what a fini got to marin city assad is nowhere to be found to pocket saqer or with a neighbor fini has no idea what our kids or had no idea what her kids were doreen i guess the sante was a rage alcoholic often passed out on the floor let would just lay there sleeping for hours didn't cook rigor meals never lost an opportunity to let the kids know the president was the bird so he now he he's not an joined california initially and he's not to block is not well liked it is new neighbourhood either it was no haven for dude recently been studying creative arts here in a little money is a pizza delivery boy you know tried to pray a pizza delivery dude the source i i read from said boy it's kind of a weird things to do things do try to pretended not to.
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"On down at a fenderbender on the final grade northbound six eighty north of scott creek traffic is still heavy from before scott creek all the way up to valasti those and northbound wanna one at through marin much improve but it is slow from marin city up to court in madeira and into san francisco westbound very heavy from before treasure island into the city and then leaving the city northbound wanna one is still very heavy from before says her child as to the baybridge straw over it christie and what you do and after school gonna a ride your healthy on over fantastic in sickness artists thank everybody from abroad jones matt myoko tim legler matt the i got them all another thinking city hey oh satellite satellitelink that did he beyond jacket that steven jack it is a radical tonight you're not uh watch monday night football this give it a little peeved issued these thieves jacket thank you very much to argun and tim peace without for us here at one week or two and he's at two these are two trillion hammered right now or imagine he could end up face down on a gutter the next couple of weeks so if you see him help malaysia if you're like i can't wait to drink others fear this gonna be great boom done and thank you very much to gene for christine sixteen appreciate that come next whereas pregame right here in his words would.
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"But that's why it's so needed and that's why it's so life changing that if you go from being freaked out and contained in your own little ticker tape software of your brain freaking out in thinking who's to blame and oh god what if if set you stop and you start flirting with old people in the subway and you give people your seats or you search talk to somebody at the health food store who clearly is not doing very well just to say all i love those apples their incredibly sweet and they are change and i am changed so it so sounds a given by kind of um triggering inactive mercy no matter how small it acts as a south for something even that might be beyond her control i think it is cycle little bit of medicine to the common pool i do in a land with his one question the title this book comes from a candy statin song ha called howley anyway i just wanna know what how that came about and your relationship that song by the tiny choir at a tiny failing church in marin city california and acquires about eight people in the congregations about forty and every so often we hear this song that basically in a nutshell says it's all hopeless my feed heard all the time i'm getting pinkai my latest carrying meeting deaths and i'm very very sad that um just steen and eric her splitting up but you know what hallelujah anyway we'll be there for them as they need it we're gonna laugh off and on today we have our music we have our books lovin grace and mercy are bigger than any leak.
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"The incidents that put him in the car that night so it's all these benchmarks in his life it's it's of moving from new york to baltimore because of of the fbi and the them continuing continuing to uh the on his mother for her her time in panthers it's him getting gone oakland experiencing marin city to projects marin city called the jungles it's him being side to of a digital underground it's all these things that happen in his life that move him forward but it also derails him derails his life you know bring some to that moment you know uh the rape case the prison time being shot in a all that stuff um so it's really a tragedy which is why in in the film we talk you know he loved shakespeare we actually visited his home his shakespeare professor his acting coach professor at are acting teacher in baltimore school year couple of weeks ago and he taught he kinda talk to us about wa him taught him in jadayi a taught us about the two of them and how he of packages had a flair for shakespeare who who just the words and how you love just reading the words and so for us like the fill is sort of this tragedy so we we reference shakespeare ana and then than to a it a great the a reaction to 'cause i mean i think you know watching that and i think people contact and get one you know tunnel vision about a rapper so to speak and i think i'm i'm so glad that you guys you included that about him because i knew that about him coming up that he he was glad who trained and all that up and a lot of people just see all doug like this at the third don't know he had that thought thanks were including that your guy that you guys were import india it was because because people see because he was very complex you know he's polarizing an complex you know we wanted to do was would hill as the as the interviewer hill sorta was played the role of joe public you know asking these questions with him in prison like when he says.