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San Quentin death row inmate dies amid coronavirus outbreak at prison
"And we're getting word tonight of another inmate Death at San Quentin Prison in Marin County, 75 year old Joseph Cordova was found unresponsive in his cell this afternoon. The cause of his death has not been released, and it's unknown whether Cordova may have been More than more than or one of more than 1100 inmates with covert 19. Cordova was sentenced to death in 2007 for the rape and murder of an eight year old girl in San Pablo in 1979. Cordova was linked to the crime in 2002 after investigators matched DNA evidence.
Fresh update on "marin county" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Well, Marin County is on the state's watch list of areas requiring close monitoring for Corona virus spikes. Beaches in the county are open but as K P X five's John Ramos reports They're not packed. He dropped by Stinson Beach. Stinson Beach is actually federal property, So the parking lot stayed open. Gigantic crowds of people showed up. At least that's how Jessica Tracy first saw it. Yeah, looks we were really happy. We're sitting over here because when we looked down the beach we saw how incredibly crowded it was. We were sort of giving ourselves a pat on the back for being more safe. But Once you go down there, you see that It's also equally spread out so but for the most part, everyone was trying pretty hard and doing a pretty good job keeping their distance. You're still able to socially descend and maintain that six foot Radius around you even more So, I mean, the closest people next to us are probably like 20 feet away. From ground level. The parking lot looks jammed. But from above you see that it is really half empty, and the same was true it nearby Muir Beach at noon, the parking lot was full of cars, but the beach itself wasn't overcrowded at all. Well, we decided.
U.S. Reports Record Rise in New Coronavirus Cases
"Avenue at 19 cases in the US have risen 80% in the past two weeks, prompting new restrictions ahead. On the Fourth of July, We eight states announced a single day New case records in the U. S. With the nation itself, reporting a one day record total Tuesday off 47,000 new cases as the Midwest South and West, especially C sharp rises and infections. Us now, with more than 2.6 million cases, more than 127,000 deaths from Cove in 19. You're not going to stay home and you're not gonna wear masks We have to enforce. California Governor Gavin Newsom has reimposed several restrictions. More are coming. And he says he's serious about enforcing public health directives. California situation is bad enough that several states are ordering visitors from the Golden State. The quarantine for 14 days. Jim Roop LOS Angeles Santa Clara County officials have released a 23 page rule book on how to safely reopen schools. Different age groups will be given different rules. The county's health officer says It depends on containment and the number of cases of Koven 19 for in class learning, learning to resume. San Quentin Prison was free of the Corona virus until one decision was made from a Southern California prison were moved to San Quentin, bringing with them prisoners who tested positive for the disease. The inmates were being moved to San Quentin as part of a plan to halt the spread of Corona virus by reducing the number of inmates at the California institution for men in Chino. That's where nine inmates have died of nearly 700 had been infected. Within days. Some of the 121 prisoners from the bus has introduced the virus at San Quentin. More than 1100 of the prisoners have since been infected, and one prisoner has died. The transfer of inmates has been denounced by health officials and a state lawmaker as a public health failure. Marin County is now asking the
Marin asks Newsom to intervene in San Quentin outbreak
"Marin County's top health official is sounding alarms about the cove it 19 outbreak at San Quentin State. Prison officials say 1080 people incarcerated there have active cases of Corona virus. More than 100 staff there have tested positive. Marin County Health Officer Matt Willis says if the outbreak continues at the current rate, the prison could see another 1000 cases in the next two weeks, and if even only 10% and a requiring hospital level care that's 200 people and our regional system just wouldn't be able to accommodate that number. Willis says 40 inmates have been transferred to nearby hospitals. Prison officials say 2500 of San Quentin's 3500 prisoners along with all of its staff, Have been tested. The Marin County coroner says a death row inmate who died last week tested positive for covert 19.
"marin county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And in Marin county they will start allowing indoor dining on Monday and open up hotels and short term rentals campgrounds and RV parks here in nail salons as well as gyms will be able to open up as well under strict guidelines the sale of so called safe and sane fireworks set to open this weekend but KCBS as Mike the wall tells us the uptick in illegal firework activity this year has brought with it some dangerous consequences the worst side effect of the big blast isn't just riling up the dog bay area fire agencies are reporting a steep uptick in grass fires linked to fireworks twelve in Contra Costa county June five in Oakland a two acre fire in the Bayview just this week usually officials would encourage attending professional firework shows the problem is that there are many that have been canceled due to the cover nineteen pandemic that's cal fire spokesperson any head coach in nineteen adds a new wrinkle for the sale and use of safe and sane fireworks in Dublin no fireworks will be allowed to multi family housing units or any city facility park business or school likely to cut down the possibility of gatherings head says a slight cool down this weekend will help but we still have a lot of extra couldn't at least put on call for the weekend and personnel and obviously through the fourth of July week will be doing the same thing only thirteen bay area cities allow the sale of safe and sane fireworks might walled KCBS just ahead on KCBS on Megan golds be on how a bay area tech company has trained artificial intelligence to get better temperature scans the CBS news time ten oh eight first for traffic.
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
"marin county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Marin county side but again the stall not too far out from the toll plaza over the water though they're in the right lane your next update is at five thirty eight on the traffic leader Ariel weather mostly clear skies this morning just some patchy fog of the coastline with the temperatures mostly in the forties and fifties although we did see a thirty show up in the wine country this morning thirty nine degrees this hour in the town of napa sunny and warmer this afternoon we'll see sixties even maybe a low seventy at San Francisco's ocean beach today mid seventies to upper seventies around the bay and inland could push eighty in places like San Jose Concord and Santa Rosa traffic and weather together on the eights on KCBS ground game is the latest podcast from dissociated press posted by A. B. S. joon ground game discusses the election strategy all through primary season download where you get your podcasts hi how do I get Peter Pedigo tacos also known as the here doc I've been treating men and women both medically and with their transplants since nineteen seventy four at my two thousand one Union Street office I am announcing the addition of a new artist I X. transplant robot to my practice and I'm offering a discount to those who qualify for the procedure for more information go to hair doc dot com that is hair doc dot com or call the office at nine two two three three four four for an appointment I've been a diamond certified news that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty K. C. B. S. is April fourteenth twenty twenty coming up first it was toilet paper now we take a look at the latest hard to find items at your local store what's behind the slower than usual service at the U. S. P. S. website we'll find out I'm John Evans it's five thirty one CBS news update during a contentious White House briefing with reporters Donald Trump has said that he has absolute authority to reopen the country when he sees fit to do it residents of the United States.
"marin county" Discussed on KGO 810
"On one in Marin county the left lane is closed for some maintenance work near lucky drive so watch out for that although no significant back up and there's no delay the bay bridge we are looking at cloudy conditions today and again a slight chance of that shower here and there is heard from mark otherwise expect cooler and more cloudy conditions for the remainder of the day and highs in the mid sixties beginning tomorrow we launch a warming trend with a lot of sunshine seventy for a high tomorrow I brought the car to the new morning show with Nick in the door on cagey for all of our sakes we need to avoid crowds anyway we can but what if you need to go to the post office or any postage for letters and packages stamps dot com is here to help simply use your computer to print official U. S. postage twenty four seven for any letter package or class of mail anywhere you need to send once your mail is ready just leave it for your mail carrier schedule a free package pick up or drop it in the mailbox no human contact required plus find great discounts like five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percent off USPS shipping rates and now stamps dot com also offers you PS services with discounted rates up to sixty two percent and no residential surcharges right now listeners get a special offer that includes a four week trial plus free postage and a digital scale without any long term commitment just go to stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the home page and type in radio that's stamps dot com enter radio stay safe my friends the law office of Denise Eaton may protecting your workplace and your business are you an employee who needs help understanding your rights in a workplace dispute or are you a business owner or company who needs to streamline.
Whistleblower: Personnel handled coronavirus evacuees without proper training or gear
"Evans of federal whistle blower said the trump administration sent untrained unprotected workers to receive coronavirus evacuees in California including at Travis Air Force base in Solano county KCBS is Doug sovereigns as officials see no connection to the new case and Solano and are defending how it was handled why did it take a Levin days to test a Solano county woman for coronavirus leading or expose workers at two different hospitals county health officer Dr Bella Magyar says there was no reason to suspect she had it we're still dealing with the task that is limited in its availability so we still have to prioritize by risk and we're not to be prioritizing maybes over likely what is no longer a maybe says the CDC's Dr Christopher Braden who flew in from Atlanta is that this virus will see spread and not just because of people coming back from China it may be other places and and we don't know it so that's the the shift that we all need to take this to say we're going to keep it over there too we've got to prepare for what we're going to do to protect ourselves when is here Braden says there's no evidence this patient came into contact with evacuees of Travis or the federal workers who receive them without wearing protective gear getting the proper training according to a whistleblower's complaint in Fairfield Doug sovereignty CVS patient who has tested positive for the virus was transferred from Travis to a hospital in Marin county CDC policy requires that evacuees who test positive to be moved it from the base health officials in Marin county say that while the patient from Solano county tested positive he or she is showing no signs or symptoms several other bay area counties are also accepting patients from Travis to reduce the burden on Solano county and health officials expand their criteria for who should get tested the CDC will continue to advise testing people who have traveled to certain outbreak areas and have a fever and certain other
California couple missing for 8 days found alive, police call it 'a miracle'
"How the only powerful couple rescued after eight days in the west marine wilderness managed to survive maybe one for the books with only water to drink from a nearby puddle no food light clothing and thirty degree weather Kalka Parsky and Ian Irwin are truly lucky to be alive Marin county search and rescue team volunteer Quincy Webster says when he and his partner heard the cries of help yesterday morning Cupar ski and when we're deep into difficult terrain it was very very thick we are following deer trails as best we could but we were crawling through breaking through the bushes it took us a long time even just to move a short distance because insect thank at one point Carol comparsa di trying to hike out and look for help but it seemed impossible so she headed back to her husband the reason they are most likely alive is because day we're drinking from a bottle that they founded near where they were located temperatures at night time into the thirties remarkably they survived had it not been for the search and rescue volunteers they might never have been found we're in county sheriff's office spokesperson Brenton Schneider been speaking with you know a search manager that we have that's been doing this for forty years and was also involved in the fire service and I and also speaking with the family at this is a miracle internists Jeffrey Schaub can you see
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" 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.
Minnesota man killed after redwood tree collapses, strikes him in California
"Twenty eight year old man from Minnesota has been killed by a falling giant redwood tree in northern California the Marin county sheriff's office says the man and two other people were hiking on a marked trail in the Muir woods national monument park when the two hundred foot tall tree fell Christmas Eve the trunk of the tree measured more than four feet in
Introducing: Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter
"Yeah so it's it's the nineteen eighties. Marin County California Saturday's my dad would take me to the baseball fields. All these guys. My Dad played with our family friends. I just found out that eighty percent of these folks were pot dealers or pot smugglers or drug smugglers growers. They all worked in the pot industry industry in the seventies eighties which was big deal illegal and so was my dad was just a hot producer tip when you blow your nose put some space between the storytelling in the nose-blowing. Hello I'm Rainbow Valentine and for the past year. My Dad has been coming clean to me about his decades long careers speaking time pot smuggler smuggler. And by big time. I mean pretty big time sixty. She's got like a my dad and mom had to live a double mm-hmm one is active school board members parents to three kids and the other is out loss like my parents had a secret room lagoon the movers. I'm your real sacred book. Can you took out a screwdriver now. My Dad wasn't the most organized criminal he wants. Lost half a million dollars buried in the backyard. It was pretty stressful. Couldn't find at least a half a million care. Yellow literally had to launder money. Me He wants put more than one hundred thousand dollars in our dryer teachers dump it in the Dryer so I put them in shocks. My Dad was tremendously successful and he smuggled during the war on drugs a war that made people like my dad and his smuggling colleagues public enemy number. What public enemy number? One is is drug abuse marijuana the burning weed when its roots inhale. My parents are smuggling associates are finally breaking their silence about growing up during the PSYCHEDELIC. Revolution in the sixties and entering into the life of Outlaws in a world that had nothing but contempt for them together. We're going to find out how my dad to pot smuggler. For Twenty. Not Two years and at what cost. I'm Rainbow Valentine for my heart. Media and school of humans this is disorganized crime smugglers daughter. Uh Listen to disorganized crime smugglers daughter on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.
Seahawks beat Vikings to top the NFC West
"After losing a classic battle in the rain to Baltimore on Sunday but I understand saw the Seattle Seahawks slip past them in the standings as the Seahawks took a wild thirty seven to thirty victory over the visiting Vikings Monday night two good teams bang away at it in a just a good match up you can feel you could feel the strength of their team you could feel as to what I'm really fired up about as the come out again the second half here in in defense play like that and really turned the game around force that is Marin county native and redwood high grad Pete Carroll one of the best coaches in the game Russell Wilson a couple of touchdown passes in the second half in Seattle then staved off a late rally by the Vikings forty hours now even though they're tied to ten and two with the Seahawks Seattle takes the lead by virtue of their win over the forty Niners earlier this year young tackle Mike McGlinchey of San Francisco isn't worried though the spirit this team has the fight to this team has always positive thing that's never been in question I think that's a
"marin county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Marin county spokesman Laney Hendrix about they they were just added to the warnings and counties about where possible power shut off but first a check of the sixty forecast with KCBS in KPI axes meri Lee well one more day of a warm above average daytime highs and then big changes ahead cooler times and also we high fire danger daytime highs in land for today mid to upper seventies with that sunshine for the bay low seventies and mid sixties for the coast we're going to cool it down for all of us tomorrow they're going to see more clouds and temperatures dropping down to near average and the winds will start to pick up late Tuesday night through Wednesday into early Thursday so a fire weather watch for the North Bay mountains East Bay hills and the Diablo range from four AM Wednesday until seven AM on Thursdays so really watching those higher elevations due to those dry and gusty offshore winds critical fire weather conditions quieter weather by the end of the work week into the weekend thank you Mary traffic and weather together on the eight ten all news when I was six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time is eleven fifty one Tom let me and Kathy Whitman at the KCBS editor's desk as we've been reporting P. Jeannie has begun warning people in nineteen counties about possible power shut off due to high wind conditions starting on Wednesday those counties include parts of napa cinema Solano is well as lake yellow in Mendocino counties officials in Marin tell KCBS that they have now been motive notified that portions of that.
Power outages in SF North Bay cause prescription pick-up difficulties
"In the hours and days following P. genies massive power shut off thousand North Bay residents were unable to pick up medical prescriptions because of the vast majority of area pharmacies were closed KCBS Jeffrey shop reports medical leaders say they scrambled to find ways to locate drugs especially for those with potential life threatening conditions there were frantic moments for many residents when they realized the power outage came just as they needed a prescription refill or had just received a recent doctor's prescription the pharmacies were closed bad Willis's Marin county's public health officer I think we're all experiencing the same the same your constraints we're all struggling with the same issue pharmaceuticals and noble county as well we have some people in Marin going up the Petaluma because that was the closest pharmacy for them for the time no fortunately that pharmacy was able to be open Willis says if people have access to the internet itself a challenge during the power shut off there is a helpful website people visit the website are ex opened dot org they can see where the closest pharmacy is for them now my other hope is that the pharmacy themselves kind of see this as a sign that they need to be prepared so that they have generator power available so they can stay in business when there's
People are vaping THC. Lung injuries being reported nationwide.
"Medical professionals in Marin county are being advised to be on the lookout for any potential cases of severe lung ailment linked to E. cigarettes nation wide one hundred fifty three people to become ill after Peiping cannabis or cannabis oils were from KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub the number of cases of this mysterious illness is increasing including here in California at thirty six cases non state of California in the last couple months Matt Willis is Marin county's public health officer people are coming into emergency rooms in hospitals minister to a distress and often diagnosed with pneumonia and he on the assumption that it's infectious but the work up reveals is really no infection but when they talk to the patient about any previous behavior what's the most common element is that people report that they've been dating on a regular basis Willis says there are no conclusions as to the exact cause of the respiratory illnesses which in many cases require that patients be placed on ventilators and he says the condition is hard to treat so we put out a public health advisory to all of our doctors in Marin county to have them be aware that if patients are coming in with no otherwise unexplained respiratory distress to really consider that this may be the stating related pulmonary injury and if they have the product on hand to collect the products of the we can test it to determine what the cause might be Jeffrey Schaub K. C. B.
Immigrant groups prepare for possible deportation roundups
"Data as we've been reporting I stations are expected to begin fanning out across several metropolitan areas as early as this Sunday to conduct raids of undocumented immigrants eski CBS's Jeffrey Schaub reports Marin county's largest Latino community residents are being trained to understand their legal rights and to make emergency preparations for the Quesnel is made up of twelve thousand Latinos most here legally some not either way there are risks of ice agents come knocking Lucille Lortel Dow with the canal alliances immigrants have rights for example ice cannot enter your home without a search warrant and no matter who you are you have the right to remain silent a lot of any rests on I understand that constitutional rights also apply to them and is also very difficult to exercise your rights when you are facing on immigration officer but you were talking about law enforcement we're talking about someone who's armed every day she tells canal residents have an emergency family plan and I know it is difficult and it creates anxiety to try to picture what would happen if I get picked up and what happens to my children that information it's very important to have available for people that may need to take care of children were if a parent or both parents get the team in San Rafael Jeffrey Schaub
"marin county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Had all KCBS Marin county's former Dixie school district comes up with a new name okay CBS news time eleven OO eight first for traffic George restaurants is now with the latest here's the latest on the Richmond bridge they've managed to take the they got they captured the bird that was injured at the Richmond bridge the CHP have the left hand lane closed while they have the bird perched at our last report but just six minutes ago they managed to get the lanes open for the Richmond bridge however the backup has grown considerably slow now from harbor way cutting Boulevard exit off five eighty west bound I expect however this back up will clear pretty quickly there are no snags at the toll plaza looks like all of the cash lanes may be open now to help clear out the back up there is a back up getting to the bay bridge and part of the reason why is that new answer that let's go to wet day facts of the chilled not a body collision gam nor than eight eighty is a transition into west band AT have an accident couple of guards partially blocking the left lane traffic still slow trying to get to the bay bridge with the meter lights on backed up into the maze westbound eighty slow from Gilman and I learned from my Todd over eight Caltrans at the T. M. C. the traffic management center the reason the metering lights were slowed and the reason the bay bridge back up grew over the last hour is that there were cruise at work in San Francisco on one a one south bound and they wanted to keep that traffic from backing up all the way across the bridge so now that those crews are gone they're going to speed up the lights still slow is the ride through Pleasanton six eighty southbound we are backed up for about eight to twelve miles behind Caltrans sweepers that are working their way toward north mission Boulevard next update eleven eighteen traffic leader KCBS the CBS weather forecast coastal overcast otherwise sunny and warm sixties to mid eighties this afternoon look for that marine layer.
"marin county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company Phileas another insurance, discounts not available in all states or situations. CBS news time, five eighteen I cur traffic. Let's see how we're doing so far this morning with him Wunderle. Well, it depends where you are. It's a little bit iffy here and there Susan if you're at the bay bridge toll plaza, you're probably not too pleased with this back. In fact, they just turn the metering lights on, according to the toll sergeants office, and kind of surprise, it, put them on earlier because there's been very slow traffic out to and through the tunnel because of an earlier accident, which is clear, but we do have a backup tilt not about Clinton, Cam sees it all the way to the maze and even a little bit beyond the approaches around the Berkley curve, in the case of interstate eighty so yeah, it's slow traffic. But gradually dissipates the closer, you get to the tunnel, now we had a fatal accident overnight Marin county, this was quite the site. I'll tell you at north it was southbound one zero one at paradise drive. Vehicle overturned and basically burned to the ground. This is in the two o'clock hour and they have just a fairly recently opened the lanes, what is still closes the paradise on and off ramps. They're in court in Madeira. That all the lanes are open. The saying was sitting off to the shoulder. Looks like they have completed the investigation there. And we're looking at a very heavy traffic to the ultimate pass. It is backed up onto five well past eleventh, almost two Nagla now trying to get to the top of the hill, where there is a stalled rig in it's partially blocking the slowly near north Flynn. You're next update is at five twenty eight on the traffic leader. KCBS. Now. Let's get our Manzini Sleepworld, six day forecast, Manzini Sleepworld has where you can save big during their largest mattress.
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"Marin county residents will be hearing a lot of this next summer. It's two fifteen. Here's your sports line with Bruce an important win for the warriors as they beat the Memphis grizzlies on the road one eighteen the one zero three Wednesday night Steph curry at twenty eight, but it was really Kevin Durant ninety. It is I ten shots finished with twelve or thirteen from the floor as he also scored twenty eight point seven is. While the most efficient players ever get any shoddy once against any defense, regardless of how somebody is playing us go get a shot. And and it's a good show. Coach Steve Kerr the warriors. Meanwhile, Durant says he feels he can do anything. He needs to do put us almost work my whole life and trying to figure out every part of the game and stuff is clicking for me. I gotta keep getting better though. Kevin Durant after the game on NBC bay area. Demarcus cousins added sixteen points and nine rebounds. Warriors a half game up on idol Denver for the top spot on the west take on Minnesota on the road on Friday return home face Charlotte, Sunday afternoon baseball opens on Thursday for both the giants. And as San Francisco opens in San Diego, Madison. Bumgarner on the hill. Bruce Bochy says the giants Enfield catcher BUSTER Posey. The core that team is strong. And that's why he feels confident well our window. Maybe it's passed or we're getting a little bit old. And they take that person on out they do. So they want to show that they are. I think one of the best and fields in baseball. If. You look at all the guys run. Infielder registered bell panic and crawl Longo your great player. I think they want to show that they'll be the reason we have a great year. The as meanwhile picked a veteran first baseman kindrence Morales in a trade from Toronto giving up a minor league. Infielder and cash to get him. The thirty five year old veteran has been averaging twenty five homers and eighty five Rb is the last four years Oakland opens up against the angels Thursday afternoon at the Coliseum in Oakland. And finally believe it or not break, dancing and three other sports skateboarding sports climbing in surfing are being recommended for the twenty twenty four Olympics. The International Olympic Committee executive board is going to make a final decision on whether to include those four unusual.
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"Librarians and Marin county are learning how to reverse an opioid overdose. Hey, CBS's, gentlemen report. Some are uncomfortable with the idea of getting I eight of their patrons. But the training is voluntary in Marin county someone dies from an opioid overdose. Every two weeks public health officer, Matt Willis, that's the leading cause of accidental death in Marin county more than twice the number of deaths. We have from motor vehicle accidents since everyone is preventable with the use of naloxone. The county is passing out more and more of it nineteen library managers, including county director, Sarah Jones, recently learned how to squirt the nasal spray to save a life. You know, I had some apprehensions because I think that those of us. That aren't paramedics are deeply first aid trained. It's a pretty scary thing to think of someone you know, unconscious and making a, you know, some kind of intervention when we're not a health professional at all. But the training was really good and everyone who is trained said I could do this. No lock zone training is optional for librarians Jones compares it to other first aid knowledge. Good to have just in case in Marin county, gentlemen KCBS. Legislators are considering a proposal that would lower the legal blood alcohol. Limit for drivers KCBS Scotla. Terry has details of a Bill that's up for debate on the assembly floor. Bill would lower the legal limit from point. Oh, eight two point. Oh five. It's enough says the bills co-sponsor autumn Burke, if the small chains would make a huge difference in highway and road deaths because just one extra drink can impair a driver enough to lose judgment and lessen motor skills. However does face challenges in the legislature for a multitude of reasons, you know, there's a lobbyist a multitude of reasons. Simple faith. Challenges Burke says it's personal for her. Two thousand sixteen my constituents from Hawthorn markets cowl and Michelle eater. Locked their fifteen month old son Liam in an alcohol related, traffic, accidents and federal regulators. She says support lowering the limit the National Transportation Safety board and World Health Organization says that it'll save fifteen hundred lives in the US eight year and reduce injuries by twenty thousand Scott with Terry KCBS, the family of the young woman who had died in a cliff collapse at fort Funston at San Francisco is grieving carousel ascension. Scarlet Khyber, rather her father? Dave scarlet advice Elliott tells KPI comforted by the knowledge that cover died it what they called her happy place. Scarlet says, he's pretty sure his daughter was swept into the ocean. It obviously we we wanted to hold out some hope, but I think we are somewhat comforted both by our faith. And by the fact that. I think it was very quick Scott says Karen moved to the bay area from Utah few years ago. She loved the outdoors, especially the ocean, crews has still not been able to recover her body next year the Vatican Lopin archives about Pope Pius during World War Two Sabina castle. Franko reports Fraunces told employees of the Vatican secret archives. The church is not afraid of history and announced he has decided to open its files on wartime. Pope pious the twelfth which the Jews have been requesting for decades. Some Jews have accused the World War Two era. Pope of staying silent on the holocaust archive spanning the nineteen thirty nine to nineteen fifty eight pontificate will be open to researches on March. Second two thousand twenty Sabina castle. Franco's CBS news room, China has accused to detained Canadians of acting together to steal state secrets to stays after Canada announced it will proceed with the US extra. Request for a senior Chinese.
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"Our quantum Marin county. Hey, twenty four and our MoneyWatch update coming from the KCBS super micro Intel money desk, and Jason the pot business rising expectations here. Oh, yes. Dan, corona and Pacifica maker constellation brands is getting a big Pat on the back for its early investment in Canadian cannabis producer, canopy growth after attending fellow pop. Producer Aurora cannabis investor day conference in Alberta. Wells Fargo analyst Bonnie Herzog rates that constellations decision to invest early and Kennedy growth was the right one given the broad upper trajectory of the global opportunity, which in her view was surely favor some players over others Herzog says that partnership will become a force in high margin. Consumables such as cannabis drinks. Wells Fargo is giving constellation a three hundred twenty five dollars price. Target nearly doubling its current value. And that's sending shares at Kennedy growth up by five percent while constellation is heading higher by two percent. Overall. The. The market in positive territory due to some general optimism over trade talks with China. Dow's up one hundred ten points at twenty five thousand five hundred thirty six NASDAQ gaining nineteen points to seventy four thirty-four SAP up ten points at twenty seven fifty five the new series isn't going to look quite like the old Sears after buying the struggling retailer out of bankruptcy for five point two billion chairman Lampert tells the Wall Street Journal that the plan is open smaller stores at cell or sublease some of the existing stores the MoneyWatch Jason Brooks KCBS. Jared. We know devotion isn't a once a year occasion and wants to flowers wilted and the chocolate's have disappeared. You'll still want them to know.
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"A group of Marin county educators parents and civil rights advocates want to change the name of a school district. They say represents a period of oppression and violence toward African Americans. KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports they submitted petitions to the school's board of directors today. Jeffrey, Rebecca, the Dixie school district has been around since the first Dixie one room schoolhouse was built in eighteen sixty some say it was named after the confederacy others. The name of a woman who was a friend of a man who founded the school, Bruce Anderson is African American. It doesn't really matter to him how and why the Dixie school and school district received name in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine I delivered my son to school named Dixie with a lot of trepidation of that name. I was raised in the narrow. Segregation advocates for a name change submitted petitions to the school board today, which will automatically trigger a formal review. The name Marnie Glickman is a board member we have an obligation history. Who are the number of the confederacy? Reminder, slavery, lynchings and segregation. Now, there are those who oppose name-change one woman, Leslie pardons said, quote, my position is I support keeping the Dixie name one hundred percent, but I'm afraid to give a further statement. I've been publicly demeaned on the website next tour, and my attorney has advised me not to make any further comments. So this is definitely a controversial matter here in San Rafael in San Rafael, Jeffrey shall be KCBS. Jeffrey, what part of F should be named after Mayor Ed Lee asked the question that the San Francisco airport commission is still trying to answer as KCBS map biglou reports committee members appear to be honing in on the international terminal travelers from around the world may someday see Edwin Lee emblazoned somewhere at the international terminal of SFO, the San Francisco airport commission is searching for a way to honor the city's late mayor who died suddenly in office in December of two thousand seventeen. Important distinction is that what's being valuated is not a complete renaming of the airport as a whole, but rather the dedication of a particular terminal or facility SFO spokesperson, Doug. Geico says one of the issues will be changing sign at the international terminal that travelers used to find their way round. And that's something. Obviously the airport is sensitive to because we serve a global audience. And it's important that people can find their way, successfully, Tori, kurkin doll who is visiting San Francisco from L A said she was okay with changing the name of the terminal as long as it doesn't interfere with the name of the airport. SFO has it's an international.
Muir Woods to Close Monday Because of Government Shutdown
"That's what they said here, and they just changed it yours open today, but Monday, they're closing it because they just don't have the money to keep the all this parking the structure of the bathrooms is this something that you guys have happened in Australia, particularly nice hyphen. Oh time round. There's no shut down the government needs to figured there. Stuff out that editing thing in your woods. Megan gold, speak KCBS to bay area. Members of congress plan to do some volunteer work today at San Francisco beaches in response to the government shutdown congresswoman, Jackie speier of San Mateo. And congressman Jared Huffman of Marin county plan to clean up trash along ocean. Beach and lands end with other volunteers National Park Service workers norm who normally do that cleanup work at those two locations are furloughed due to the ongoing shutdown was that they say about real estate location location location. Well, it's ineffective as far as local businesses. Go struggling because of the partial shutdown KCBS reporter Carrie Hodousek says an Oakland cafe has been hit particularly hard because it sits right across the street from the federal office building in Oakland that federal building on Jackson street has been closed since December twenty second the start of the partial government shutdown. The problem is most of the people who work. There are regular customers at Samson Maury city Cup cafe across the street. The reason I opened up. Ace and remodeling done everything because of them he's had a lot of success since opening his cafe in two thousand seven. But in recent weeks has sales have dropped nearly fifty percent because no one's around to grab a sandwich or a Cup of coffee. You have to stop in the garage. But the bass me by Cup of coffee, maybe bottle of soda or something. Gone had that anymore because why did not come in building close? He's lost hundreds of customers because of the shutdown forcing him to cut his hours for workers. The only thing I'm coming down. My my people is a
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"Time to forty the Marin county fire department has installed new cameras at several mountain locations to detect wildfires Marin cinema and Napa counties along with P Jeanie and alert wildfire dot org created the camera network, which can be viewed online by the public Marin county cameras are located at mount Tam east and west big rock ridge between San Rafael Nevado Barnaby peak east and west and the sand Geronimo valley and mount vision near Inverness police arrested two men following the theft of two trailers intended for victims of the campfire. Fire in Butte county police in reading got a call when a resident of a mobile home park woke to the sound of scraping metal a CHP helicopter, followed the trailer as it was being towed and police arrested. The fifty eight year old driver officers also arrested the driver of a truck. The suspect was arriving to pick up the stolen trailer fake pornographic videos are increasingly being weaponized to attack and harass women. Online KCBS has Matt Bigler has more. A deep fake video is usually pornography created using facial recognition software. Artificial intelligence is used to take a high volume of images, let's say of Scarlett Johansson and the software is able to then map. Scarlett Johansson space onto the face of another woman in a video most often a pornographic video Adam dodge legal director of Laura's house, say domestic violence shelter says deep fakes usually target celebrities. But now he says they're being made of women out of the spotlight. Many who've spoken out as part of the metoo movement, the victims fear, the videos could hurt their marriages or careers dodge says so far there are no laws protecting people from deep fake. So what really a good law to deal with that? So now, we're left to try to use existing laws like harassment or online impersonation to assist victims. One thing you can do. Limit your social media foot. Imprint making it harder for the trolls who make deep fakes to scrape photos from the internet. Matt Bigler KCBS questions are being raised about the future of the California. High speed rail project Cooper Rummell reports from radio dot com KNX in Los Angeles. Governor Jerry Brown has been a huge advocate for California's bullet train, but incoming governor Gavin Newsom hasn't made a stance on the project clear he may face pressure from other democratic advocates glued so labor unions and construction that similar businesses which contributed to his campaign. Former state Senator Clinton cop wrote the Bill that created the high speed rail authority he no longer supports the project and says the governor elect needs to be careful. There are some Democrats on the legislature, not support wasting more taxpayer money, so far Newsom has only said he would like to see the bullet train project move forward in some capacity that is Cooper Rummell Bausch and Lomb. Tom is ordered to pay one hundred thirty five thousand dollars in a consumer protection case over the packaging. Eyecare care products Marin, yellow and riverside counties filed suit they claim that the company sold products with less volume than advertised and in oversized packaging. Well, there have been several changes at Oakland's Chabosy space and science center over the past year. But KCBS has Megan goals. We reports the mission has not changed to help kids fall in love with learning the content comes.
1 dead, 2 injured in California rehab center shooting
"Arrived at the rehab facility, they found that there were three people one man pronounced dead at the seen another man and woman were taken to Marin General Hospital their condition remains unknown. That's part of the area has been searched by officers from the Marin county sheriff's office. Again, the shooter is. Is at large quite the San Rafael police department Nevada police departments central Marin, please the thirty and the California Highway Patrol. There's also a helicopter unit that is aiding in the search. It's the Helen vine recovery center is a twenty six bed co Ed residential detox program, and I. Any shooting is just beyond our comprehension, comprehension. How tragic somebody back? These somebody coming in shooting innocent people like we just saw at in Pittsburgh and we've seen the Charleston church in in schools. And it's movie theaters. I it's it's beyond our comprehension people could be that sick. But this case involves a residential detox somebody going through detox. I mean, it's hard enough to get people to want to do inpatient detox. It's hard enough to get somebody to want to go to rehab as it is. And you know, sometimes you could convince a person, and they said, well, you know, what I still have to go to work. It's tough to be around my family. Let me do as an outpatient to get somebody to commit to do inpatient rehab can take an act of congress and here these people were doing it. And unfortunately, they were victims of the shooting. I don't know the answer in terms of how to bone up on our
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"Problems in Marin county and cinema county one zero one northbound and accident that fracas Parkway that slowing the ride heading up toward the Civic Center north of there. We'd been jammed up trying to get into Petaluma with a backup from north of Atherton avenue closer to San Antonio road. And now there are new problem. Southbound in Santa Rosa near highway twelve that are jamming up that ride coming down from looks like before college avenue steel lane actually in the southbound side better news for the ride on two eighty into San Francisco. They have reopened the connecting ramp. Northbound two eighty two northbound two eighty so you can now get to the two eighty extension which is why it is beginning once again to back up on the northbound side your next update one thirty eight on the traffic leader, Casey. VS area forecast sponsored by Hanley's Davis Kia. Expect a whole lot of sunshine throughout the afternoon today. Highs today getting into the sixties and seventies at the beaches and the mid eighties inland. Traffic and weather together on KCBI. News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock on news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS coming up on KCBS, East Bay educators hope to inspire their students with a new statue. And financial firms are running from the Saudi Royal who had a reputation for reform. Good afternoon for Rebecca corral. I'm Melissa call Ross. It is one thirty one CBS news update. A Russian woman.
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"Professionals in Marin county gathered for a conference about the dangers of opioid abuse are being provided with free supplies of a drug that can reverse the effects of another desk as KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports live from San Rafael the threat of prescription drug abuse speed outweighed by opioid sold on the streets. Jeff. Well, yeah. Rebecca, I'm told that the face of opioid addiction is changing Dr Matt Willis's Marin county public health officer or seeing that it's shifted from being primarily prescription opioids to elicit or street. Opioids like fence on airline in terms of what's actually causing overdose deaths here in Marin county. Now, Susan Kim has one of two hundred and fifty people including parents doctors and first responders who attended an opioid addiction seminar. Kinloss Twenty-three-year-old trae or son to a street drug overdose. I do this kind of work hoping that if I tell my story that people will feel comfortable to talk about it. Because if we can't talk about subject openly without judgment or fear of being judged touching our families getting our parenting. Then how are we going to be able to conquer the opioid prescription drug epidemic? All of the attendees were provided free doses of Narcan, which reverses the effects of an overdose which could be administered to a friend or family member who oversees reporting live Jeffrey Xiao KCBS Jeffrey just ahead on KCBS. Why diesel could go the way of the dodo in the bay area? Yes. We've got a KCBS traffic.
‘Predatory behavior’: Priest sex abuse report reveals secret Bay Area case
"I think Nike. You know, holding a partner accountable for that. And and just being a position where they can continue to support in this case, the athletes, but also encourage the league to perhaps let the protesting continue or to at least elevate the conversation. The new season starts this week making gold speak KCBS supporters of a decades long effort to rename the Dixie school district in San Rafael taking that effort back to the school board lists this week. Members of the committee change the day will address the board during the public comment period of the board's meeting later tonight advocates the advocates say the name Dixie is a reference to slavery that is out of touch with Marin county values the campaign to change the district's name began in nineteen ninety seven and was last voted on in twenty three. Another allegation involving south bay. Clergy KCBS is Jennifer Hodge says it's a case that came to light with the release of Pennsylvania's grand jury report on sexual abuse within the Catholic church thin Alosha a conservative pre Vatican sacked near the Lexington reservoir. The report outlines abuse by the Reverend Benedict. Vander Putin eighteen years ago, it states Vander Putin molested a young girl, and then was transferred to Switzerland. When it surfaced pedophile can do what they do because of power. Robert marr court is a snap. The survivors network of those abused by priests. He was molested church when he was thirteen the Losha's isn't part of the San Jose diocese. But Marquette says it's happening in a number of churches churches that can't afford settlements. The Catholic church has so far had the money to be able to do that many of these other churches don't so just goes on and on and on the actions of the Reverend Vander Putin. Only made it into the Pennsylvania. Grand jury report because he had spent time at the diocesan Scranton, Jennifer Hodges KCBS the future of gun shows at the cow palace now up in the air a Bill banning gun and ammunition sales at the venue in Daly city has passed the legislature and now awaits the signature of governor Jerry Brown, the measure by Senator Scott, Weiner and feel ting both of San Francisco would ban sales of the state owned facility which holds five gun shows a year supervisors in both San Mateo and San Francisco have passed resolutions. Supporting the Bill Weiner says the communities have made it clear, they do not want gun shows in our cities or our neighborhoods. The buyback gun events are not affected. KCBS news time now is one twenty four. Is humans? We.
Bob Schieffer: Trump "making a mockery" with reaction to McCain's death
"Following criticism from veterans and others President. Trump broke his silence to recognize. The late Senator John McCain service to our country CBS news correspondent Norah O'Donnell discussed. Senator John McCain, with retired CBS newsman Bob Schieffer this farewell statement that McCain. Delivered through a spokesman he called himself the luckiest man on earth but it wouldn't be McCain if. He didn't have a message, to deliver any pointed out it's Is important to, serve a cause bigger than ourselves is that the McCain legacy you know it sounds like. A cliche and all but he really believed that and and if you look at. His life that's how he lifted and he loved being, alive Senator McCain passed on Saturday, evening it has taken, forty eight hours for President Trump to deliver a statement I. Don't know what motivates President Trump in in times. Like this what I do know this will, not be a part of John McCain's legacy this will be a part of Donald Trump's. Legacy And, then the American flag it was. Lowered to half staff on Saturday after McCain passed then it was raised again on Monday morning and then it was lowered to have mass to me this was, making a mockery of. One of our most solemn tribute to our finest people I'd never seen in all my years in Washington this kind of thing. Where the American Legion Hester, white the, president and demand they lower the flag, half staff I think John McCain is going to be remembered as a, great man he certainly was in my estimation and. Frankly Adam and say this very. Often it was an honor for me to get to know him and. To watch him and to report on what he was doing that. Is Bob Schieffer with Norah O'Donnell of CBS
Robin Leach, Green Bay Packers and Stacey Irvine Holland discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Morning news on k, SA rose good morning it is Friday August twenty fourth two it is I've lost it I've lost the finish line almost at the. Finish eight. Thirty three Michelle Marquis filling. In for. Pat Kerrigan
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"The middle and lower class and minority communities while providing direct economic subsidies to wealthier californians and an environmental strongholds like marin county quote out side silicon valley this unilateral effort to cut co two emissions hampering the state's economy eliminating opportunity for working families increasing poverty housing and energy prices climbing factor the national average wages for the tino's and african americans and the less educated have stagnated all in part due to these stupid regulations that have driven businesses away this thing on and scott pruitt candy because this environmentalists feels that he opposes clean water and clean air and doesn't like children really we'll be talking about this report that confirms russia interfered in our election and says that they did so in part to help president trump president trump is always projected that does not believe that the russians were out to help him we're gonna talk about that in a moment speaking of the climate there's an excessive heat warning do one hundred and ten degree heat index in washington dc it's their most severe heat alert is called an excessive heat warning and for the washington and baltimore regions and it's an effect through apm today says the air temperature in washington did ninety seven degrees that's hot.
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"The marin county sheriff's office today on preparing and responding to an active shooter incident at a school the classes designed for administrators principals faculty and staff k through twelve schools and college campuses in the bay area the class will run from eight am until noon today several thousand google employees have signed a letter demanding that the company and its partnership with the pentagon kcbs has matt bigler reports the controversy has to do with how the defense department analyzes drone video the partnership between google and the pentagon is called project nathan which uses computer vision technology to identify objects and faces in digital images but it could also have military applications so far over three thousand google employees have asked their ceo to end the project it is shocking paul shari author of the forthcoming book army of none autonomous weapons and the future of war tells kcbs the technology in question is actually open source quite the irony of this which is the tools that the pentagon is using google and then cruel employees are open arms about are actually freely available for anyone to download online including someone from say the islamic state so it's not like there's actually you know this is some secret magical thing that google sharing with the pentagon they're really helping the pentagon implemented properly and effectively google says its efforts have been limited to non offensive purposes sherry says while this application may be innocuous many engineers are concerned about what comes next as a i becomes more weaponized in the silicon valley bureau matt bigler kcbs facebook's acknowledgement that most of it's two point two billion users of probably have their personal data scrapped by militias actors is the latest example of the social networks failure to protect its users data ceo mark zuckerberg facebook is shutting down the ability to search for users by phone number or email address it turns out unscrupulous types figured out that they could use the search feature to collect information from people's profiles it was a stunning admission for a company already reeling from allegations that the political consulting firm cambridge analytica misappropriated facebook user information for political purposes.
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"In marin county this one south 101 at seminary a car off the road through offence the chp on the scene without one and traffic slowing down a little bit in that spot that south 101 at seminary westbound highway four out of antioch you're slow out toward pay point and west by eighty really slow 2 of five out to near greenville road it looks pretty slow if you're headed toward the bay bridge as well the metering lights are on and just a backup there at the baybridge toll plaza key as of oworonshoki continues dome would brian says slow morning brad susman in for brother brian and damn i guess it everybody's talking about here is the protests that went on this weekend nfl after donald trump made a speech in huntsville alabama lashing out at nfl players saying wouldn't you love to see those one of those nfl owners when someone disrespects our flag to say get that set of ably offthefield right now out he's fired he's fired now you have to remember that donald trump is speaking as a former professional football team owner okay granted it was the usfl what's the new jersey generals but he helped found that league if you remember correctly and that's that's when he was the toast of the town that's one everybody loved him oh my gosh in everybody talks about donald trump's races john and donald trump misogynist hm donald trump but wendy become racist was the after the 13th their fourteenth time he was on oprah i don't know misogynist you know i wanna point out one thing this guy's got three what does it tear it there is yet three two or three exwife's three exwife's now to exwife's anna he's currently married you know it really tells me something about the man that all of the exwives get along and he is all still friends with them on good terms with them and all his kids are really good kids that's i think one way you can talk about an individual getting back this tom brady who i guess snows donald trump is a friend with him is play golf of them at least i use on a radio show this morning tom brady linked arms with some of.