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US Judge: Housing funds for Puerto Ricans who fled Hurricane Maria must end

Fresh Air

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

US Judge: Housing funds for Puerto Ricans who fled Hurricane Maria must end

"A federal judge is rejecting a request to extend housing, assistance for Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane Maria NPR's Greg Allen reports FEMA subsidies for Puerto Ricans living in temporary housing will now end in two weeks. More than one thousand Puerto Ricans on the island and in twenty seven states. Are still receiving Housing. Assistance from FEMA the aid program has been extended. Four times since it was I put in place after hurricane Maria in a ruling in Worcester. Massachusetts US district judge Thomas Hillman denied a request. By attorneys representing displaced Puerto Ricans for a further eight extension the judge to the program would. Continue until September thirteenth to give evacuees time to make other housing arrangements judge home and said FEMA has. Provided all these systems required by law it's possible some Puerto Ricans may be left homeless however the judge, writes the court can order that defendants to do that which inter humanitarian and carrying world should be done it can only order the defendants to do. That which law requires

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Judge to temporarily block Iowa's restrictive abortion law

Del Walmsley Radio Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Judge to temporarily block Iowa's restrictive abortion law

"Outdated policies of economic nationalism macron said we have to coordinate our response and work together eleanor beardsley npr news paris hearings are scheduled to begin in iowa at this hour on a challenge to one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country from member station w v i k benjamin pain reports iowa's republican governor kim ronald signed the socalled fetal heartbeat bill last month the law bans most abortions as soon as doctors can detect a heartbeat in a fetus which occurs around the sixth week of pregnancy abortion rights advocates say that's too early for many women to even realize they're pregnant today lawyers from planned parenthood and the aclu of iowa or asking a state judge to temporarily blocked law from going into effect on july first these groups are also pursuing a permanent strike down law arguing it violates iowa's constitution some abortion opponents are actually welcoming the lawsuit they hope the case will eventually reach the us supreme court opening a window to overturn roe v wade others states have tried a similar strategy to get the nation's high court to reconsider roe v wade without success for npr news i'm benjamin pain two hundred twenty three thousand jobs were created last month the labor department says that pushes the unemployment rate down to three point eight percent and that's the lowest in eighteen years job creation was seen in nearly all industries including construction manufacturing travel and tourism and also in retail trade an area suffering in recent months because of online sales that's foce chief economist at pnc financial services group says wages also were higher they were up three tenths of a percent from april to may but more importantly they're up about two point seven percent from one year earlier and so that's very solid growth in it indicates that with the tight job market businesses need to raise pay to keep their current workers and attract new ones but pay growth is still below levels typically seen when the unemployment rate is this low wall street is higher at this hour the dow is up two hundred twenty two points the nasdaq up sixty five the s and p five hundred up twenty three you're listening to npr news from washington from k q e d news i'm brian watt in san francisco where mayor mark farrell has released the largest budget in the city's history eleven billion dollars peter jon shuler reports in outlining his proposal feral focused on what he called his four key priorities homelessness clean streets public.

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Starbucks stores to close Tuesday for anti-bias training

Brian Copeland

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Starbucks stores to close Tuesday for anti-bias training

"Your usual caffeine routine could be interrupted no more than eight thousand starbucks cafes nationwide will be conducting antibias training tomorrow it's for good reason the coffee chain's leaders reached out to biased training experts after the arrest of two african american men out of philadelphia starbucks late last month i'm kevin mcallister back to the best of chip franklin on o eight ten so we're we're talking about heroin the city and some of the problems with trying to deal with all these needles and i took some photographs i'm going to put them on facebook i found like thirty six needles in a block right nearby where we work here and i know and we're not anywhere near the tenderloin i can only imagine what some of those streets are like over there and what that means to a city we have a problem and here's the problem like the mark farrell who the mayor current mayor suggests that we go out and service them and bring the drugs to them and not heroin but a drug that would make them feel high but not on heroin i i don't know man i just you know i know it's hard i know you're an addict there's a genetic part of this you know darin cabin okay is with us here one eight hundred no cuffs darren you've been of course you deal with a different drug most of the time which is alcohol which is the biggest killer by the way kills more people in the united states each year than heroin cocaine and meth combined although when you start getting into this opioid crisis you start to see some numbers that eclipse that eclipse those but yes i i do deal a lot with alcohol related cases and clearly that's that's caused some issues my home in san diego was i was about six blocks from high school and the and the homes around the high score getting broken into by teenagers looking for oxy and then you know smash ups norton adderall and all this stuff and you know i even though adderall is not in the same ballpark it's not addictive but nonetheless it seems like we don't really have a plan here and by the way when you're talking about people breaking into houses to try and get painkillers i see quite a bit of this where a you're someone get started on an opioid for either legitimate medical reasons or for illegitimate reasons.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Kcbs it's seven fifty commuter stopping at bart's civic center station could soon see police officers on regular patrol san francisco mayor mark farrell says he's asking bart in the sf pd to come up with options to patrol the station where people can regularly be seen injecting drugs joining us live now on the kcbs ring central newsline is our insider film matere fill you andy ross write about this in your column today what what will be the consequences do we know yet will people be arrested given warnings what's going on i gotta tell you it's one of those catch twenty two situations that we've sort of created we're talking about civic center bart i it is in the heart of san francisco's downtown and it is has everything that's around the civic center going into the station in other words we've got a lot of homeless and we've got a lot of drug dealing small time and people openly shooting up in the walkways to the bart station now maram mayor mark farrell wasn't happy when channel five renovated showing this and he called barton into his office to say we gotta clean this up and bart replied look we can't do it on our own we're understaffed with cops year cops push him down into the station we push him back so they're all going to have a confab this morning as about what to do about it that's still a mystery they're talking about increasing police patrols but we as voters in the state of california basically made you know the possession and the use of drugs small amounts of drugs for personal use a misdemeanor you basically it's a citation fence you don't go to jail you get a ticket and a talking to to see if you're interested in going into a program and if you're not well you just go back on the streets i mean this thing is big phil obviously you just touched on about a half dozen dimensions right there in thirty seconds but at the very core of it a lot of people who ride bart everyday can't understand how it is that we can just let people sit in a bart station.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For the station so it has the ability over time to compact and also communicate with the with the cloud in the software communicates its its current status whether it be a fullness level or a potential issue the stations are bolted to the ground compact the trash that is deposited have an ashtray for cigarette butts and have a foot pedal for those who don't want to touch the handle san francisco mayor mark farrell says he hopes they help keep the city streets cleaner or sidewalks are filled with trash and debris it is unacceptable and i've said from day one that the cleanliness of our streets is going to be one of my biggest priorities as mayor of the city of san francisco big belly bins have been installed in the castro district with more coming to the tenderloin and civic center areas there already are big belly beans in union square and around here buena in san francisco melissa call ross kcbs eagle mania is sweeping the nation to bald eagles welcomed their second eaglet which packed its way out of its egg yesterday morning at the national arboretum nest in washington dc kcbs has rebecca corral has watching this new family via webcam the nonprofit american eagle foundation is live streaming the new family as the eagle parents named mr president down the first lady sit on the naski their babies dc six and dc seven nice and warm and cozy maryland the female are dedicated to taking care of the young nation president says eagles are way ahead of humans comes to parenting and the equal division of labor both could turn sitting on the people share activities related to raising the baby's going hunting the hunting parents will serve the eaglets variety of fish from the river below the best maybe a groundhog and a rabbit or to decide what they want to catch for the day and they bring it up and then they tear it in a little pieces especially when babies are hatchlings like this and it's like a beat the b feeding processor all the babies have a lot of growing to do if they're going to pack on a half a pound a week flapping their wings everyday how jumping up and down we call it winger sizing and then eventually that day comes when they take off and leave the.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The first change that we're gonna notice there are a lot coming out of the first one will be more widespread low cloud cover and fog are that will fill in san francisco and san pablo bay overnight tonight so foggy start sunny finnish rather than the eighties inland more thinking like the mid to upper seventies tomorrow and temperatures in the sixties and seventies near the bay with that morning fog and afternoon sunshine cooling down a few more degrees wednesday thursday a low pressure area to our north will get much closer cooling down the atmosphere more and we're going to drop to the sixty s inland and also the sixties or even the fifties near the water and then by friday here's another change there could be a few scattered showers in the north bay on friday and saturday and then a chance of a shower nothing heavy nothing that's going to wash out your weekend but sunday all of the bay area has a chance of a few showers with highs barely making it above sixty degrees so as warm as it was this past weekend as warm as it was today it'll be equally as chilly next weekend i'm meteorologist paul the kpi x five in kcbs forecast ball we've got traffic and weather together on the eighth son all news one of six nine and am seven forty kcbs it's that time of the afternoon we check in once again with kcbs an chronicle insider filthier joining us live in studio today many san francisco mayors of trying to tackle the thorny issue of homelessness in the city but for the first time one is sang the city has moved from helping the homeless to enabling them phil what do you make mayor mark farrell's comments well it's pretty accurate i mean whether he's going to change that or not remains to be seen i'm not overly i'm cynical okay can we just do in this very twenty plus years as you said patty i've gone through mayor after mayor how many times have we send people down there here's the latest one here's the latest one okay we're not gonna tolerate it what we have here is tense we have in san francisco we have them in antioch we haven't been walnut creek we have everywhere around the bay area we have them down in.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KGO 810

"I don't know why i always have at least i love the guitar that's what it is coming up on sundays earth day right we want to we want a better world right screaming trees yeah i know i know i know because we're gonna talk about trees two thousand new trees right we san francisco wants to go carbon neutral i mean that's that's absolutely a worthy goal to do as much as we can to clean up the environment clean the air clean poop off the sidewalks i'm just saying i think that should be a high priority to really let can we do something about that can really make that a higher priority how about this though mayor mark farrell korean the chronicle saying that today he is going to nounce this city is taking steps to become carbon neutral by twenty fifty ooh that's a big project now one of the things look again i'm all for being as clean as possible by the way go geothermal just saying hot dry rock geothermal is what we are so ignorant of the importance of that it's ridiculous but the department of energy the environment excuse me on a long term plan berle's jump starting the process by commissioning project plant two thousand trees or love that they had to put this in the article which absorb carbon dioxide wait trees it through the photosynthesis it absorbs carbon.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Clouds in the picture traffic and weather together on the eighth subtle news what oh six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time twelve fifty today the city of san francisco will launch an ambitious plan to become carbonneutral the first step plant two thousand trees for more kcbs chronicle insider phil matera stopped by to chat with john bristow and seasonally taylor phil didn't we just clean up a big mess with the city of san francisco where it came to trees and who was gonna take care of them and now we're gonna have to thousand more exactly we had a big tug of war going on about trees that were planted in front of your house you know on the sidewalk and all of a sudden you know the city said a few years back we don't have the money to take care of you people are going hey what's up with that but that was then and now is now and we have mayor mark farrell who wants to make his mark on the city and i mean i guess you know it could be doing homeless he could be doing traffic and good to be doing police but you know here's a safe one trees everybody likes them and so you sell out announce it on the earth day we're gonna plant two thousand more of them the other part of this i love is that it also works into the whole san francisco's we're going to be carbon neutral because this is the ideas that these trees are going to you know absorb the bad things and put out good things and we're going to be carbon neutral but as usual when we're going to go carbon neutral we set a date and that date is twenty fifty when everybody's nobody around is going to be responsible for it are fill this is i'm trying to draw parallels some kind extra warm my folks live in the gulf coast area right so extra warm waters in the gulf of mexico generally it's believed lead to increased chance of hurricanes during hurricane season alright so this is to.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Partly cloudy this morning we've seen that and mostly sunny warmer this afternoon low sixties cosigned mid sixties bayside upper sixties to low seventies inland looks like we continue to warm up friday through monday is a wrench from the mid to upper sixties at the ocean beaches to the upper seventies and low eighties inland on saturday and sunday and become tuesday partly cloudy and a little bit cooler sixties and seventies traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time seven fifty today the city of san francisco will be launching an ambitious plan to become carbon neutral first step in this plan plant two thousand trees join joining us live in studio this morning kcbs and chronicle insider film matere filled didn't we just clean up a big mess with the city of san francisco where it came to trees and who was gonna take care of them and now we're going to have two thousand more exactly we had a big tug of war going on about trees that were planted in front of your house you know on the sidewalk and all of a sudden you know the city said a few years back we don't have the money to take care of them so you were going hey what's up with that but that was then and now is now and we have mayor mark farrell who wants to make his mark on the city and i mean i guess you know we could be doing homeless he could be doing traffic and good to be doing police but here's a safe one trees everybody likes him and so you sell out and announce it on the urge of earth day we're gonna plant two thousand more of the other part of this i love is that it also works into the whole san francisco's we're going to be carbon neutral because it's the ideas that these trees are gonna you know absorbed the bad things and put out good things and we're going to be carbon neutral but as usual when we're going to go carbon neutral we set a date and that date is twenty fifty when everybody's there's nobody around is going to be responsible for it are phil fill this is i'm trying to.

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San Francisco airport terminal to be renamed in honor of Harvey Milk

News, Traffic and Weather

02:05 min | 3 years ago

San Francisco airport terminal to be renamed in honor of Harvey Milk

"With the president's request to send more national guard troops to the border there is disagreement on what they should do there we get the story with claudia peschiera with our all news sister station knx in los angeles the governor apparently is not on board with some of the tasks federal officials want california national guard troops to perform at the border the acting deputy commissioner of customs border protection says brown find some of the proposed work unsupportable governor brown was trying to strike a happy medium between cooperating the crime and drug front but not working with the trump administration on immigration jack pitney as a professor of politics at claremont mckenna college cliche is in the details and i think we're seeing the devil today did he says he does think both sides will be able to reach a deal brown said last week in a letter to federal officials the california national guard will not be enforcing federal immigration laws and that's reporter claudia peschiera in los angeles is a i in the nation a major airport terminal being named for an lgbt legislator and gay rights advocate kcbs scotland terry reports from san francisco city hall were they bronze bust of harvey milk looking onto the mayor's balcony and city hall here mayor mark farrell made it official by signing this legislation and renaming terminal one at sfo harvey milk ensuring that his name will last forever and be synonymous with the city of san francisco it's actually trailing when you think of the journey gay movement has gone through and of course harvey former supervisor tom on miano who knew milk well was a protege and a friend being elected here being murdered here and now being given this very significant honor i i know in the days of the trump administration the on the perk and this is definitely something that will sustain us stewart milk is harvey's nephew people know harvey milk and all those places where things are tough because they're always looking for someone who can give them hope in harvey's stories still provides hope in all those dark places in san francisco scotla teary kcbs madera councilman is recovering in the hospital after being involved in.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KGO 810

"I was running today listening to bill hicks talk about talk about he says drugs and this is like you know it's my body if i don't hurt anybody else if you don't hurt anybody else and then he says he goes he goes he says by the way all those great at all those albums and cassettes and and and tapes you haven't home all the music that just enhanced and enriched your life all those musicians real high on raging anyway all right so this is unfair to do to the interim mayor but i you know you gotta do it if you got to do it he doesn't want to clean up poop this and this is kind of exact mark farrell is not going to get behind what he considers to be a stopgap attempt to do to get something done and he wants a bigger broader vision which i don't understand if he's not running for mayor again just let's get this kid poop on the streets i wouldn't be big problem it is a huge problem and i think it's something we really have to address stopgap or not but what it really is though is it's it's less about cleaning up the poop and more about improving people's lives who would be pooping on the streets i mean it's not that is not your first place to poop you know i mean i'm a guy and we have we have all our favorite places the people that are doing this don't wanna do it they don't want to know where else to go where else to go we need to fix that now and again i heard mark farrell was ron i never met the guy and he seems like a smart guy you know so but the board of supervisors ready to put this money out there he should get behind it i mean you now what does that mean does that mean more bathrooms does it mean intervention more bathrooms and i know that they're like well you create bathrooms and you're creating a place for them to do their drugs they could do their drugs behind a bush.

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Tech billionaire says his plan to break up California ready for voters

Ethan Bearman

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Tech billionaire says his plan to break up California ready for voters

"A cumulus station reuben foster will be arraigned this afternoon on felony domestic violence and other charges he was arrested two months ago following a domestic dispute involving his girlfriend he allegedly left her bruised with a ruptured eardrum if convicted foster will face eleven years in prison the effort to split california has qualified for the ballot in november as we hear from jim roope cal three as the initiative is dubbed would split california into california southern california and northern california or any or all three can pick new names it's a scaled back version of tech billionaire tim draper's plan to split the state six ways he says right now one california is mismanaged stu big to diverse in population economics and resources to he says have one disconnected governor bill there has to be something fundamental that change initiative he says has gathered nearly twice the required number of signatures signaling wide support still however if voters pass it congress will have to approve the split jim roope los angeles car break ins are as communist starbucks san francisco but leaders are now trying to curb the problem san francisco mayor mark farrell and police chief bill scott say they are boosting efforts to collect fingerprints at crime scenes the are also rolling out in awareness campaign with the phrase if you love it don't leave it san francisco averaged more than eighty car break ins every day last year however the percentage of break ins drop by double digits the first part of this year thanks to added foot patrols and the creation of a centralized investigative team airbnb is stepping up to help out a wheel of fortune contestant who lost seventy one hundred dollars a trip to spain with a simple mispronunciation north carolina resident johnny knowles mispronounced flamenco airbnb is giving knowles.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the traffic leader kcbs forecast now with kpi x five iran for and low it's looking pretty nice out there right now winds are coming down a along the coast they were guest in pretty good earlier today and now sustained rings around fifteen miles per hour for places like half moon bay and near us f oh and our temperatures today are going to be pretty close to normal around the coast line low sixties for the bay mid sixties and if you're inland that's where it's a little bit warmer temperatures in the low to mid seventies for today bringing you slightly above average tomorrow we'll be very similar clear skies and yes pretty comfortable conditions for wednesday a little bit cloudier thursday clouds were to arrive as well and then thursday night that's when the rain in will get here so we haven't had much moisture over the past week we can have but we will get a lot of it come thursday night through saturday night there's a atmospheric river expected to bring a few inches of rain for the bay area especially the north bay mountains and the coastal mountain ranges that's where they're going to get the most amount of precipitation so wins will also be gusting up as by then as well and died saturday night this moisture should be gone leaving your sunday nice and dry thank you netto we've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on kcbs kcbs news time eleven fifty san francisco's plan for citywide fiber internet is becoming a model for other cities in the country kcbs is margie schaefer reports that the city's mayor smoke about the plan recently at the smart cities conference in missouri mayor mark farrell has been working on the plan for a municipal broadband system since he was a san francisco supervisor literally building our own fiber network that will drop fiber lines every single home and business in our city that will be publicly owned and that will truly provide the infrastructure and this is infrastructure project and network plan calls offering service speeds of at least one gigabyte and internet service providers would be forced to adhere to privacy and.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Leader kcbs kcbs bay area forecast mostly sunny for your monday a little bit breezy high sixty s to mid seventies same deal on tuesday mostly sunny skies highs in the sixties seventies traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs cities and states are taking internet access into their own hands and kcbs is margie schaefer report san francisco's plans to build its own fiber optic network is being viewed as a model san francisco's mayor recently offered the keynote address about the broadband plan at the smart cities conference in kansas city missouri the internet has to be viewed on par right now with water and power as a utility of the twentieth century and they are mark farrell says currently there are one hundred thousand san francisco residents mainly low income and minority people without internet access this fiber project that i've been working on for four years we'll provide cheaper internet access and much higher speeds than we have today in san francisco the city would own the network and would contract out the operations we will be able to implement all the things with the trump administration's rolling back in terms of net neutrality consumer privacy protections we make those tenets over own network which is incredibly important right now signed groups have currently offered proposals for the san francisco project margie schaefer kcbs several lanes will be closed on the miller sweeney and high street bridges between oakland and.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"With the group destination home it's a public private partnership focused on providing permanent housing to chronically homeless people and san francisco officials went block by block yesterday during a visit to the castro district kcbs marquee schaefer reports quality of life issues for residents and businesses and the needs of the homeless are being considered there as is the case in many parts of the city supervisor jeff sheehy pointed out issues of homelessness on a walking tour of the castro to the police chief mayor and public works director so a lot of people i see starting to sleep here is seven and eight or nine our young people why because they have the safety of the crowd least commander david lazar says healthy streets which offers a unified command to address homelessness is supported by the police department police officers have a role to provide safety but really we we put our support behind the homeless outreach team and we work with them to try to get people in an allegation one parking lot on castro with a camping and cleanliness issue has been closed overnight mayor mark farrell says another lot on eighteenth where they're sketchy activity after the bars close will soon be shut down as night falls as well but if it becomes a blight on the neighborhood we need to adjust we need to fix it the leaders interacted with residents and business owners going block by block in san francisco margie schaefer kcbs coming up on kcbs i'm bob butler oracle arena at a girls basketball camp with warriors center kevon looney for the kids at three fifteen here's your sports line with.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Meal that we have written here's the problem the problem is the gun industry that industry was represented in the investment portfolio of another speaker at the rally brier goldberg the parkland shooting forced her to relive memories of escaping gunfire and to re evaluate her accounts combines who until three weeks ago with a partial owner in the very company that makes aarp fifteen style assault rifles she said she promptly divested to put her money where her mouth is and urged the crowd to do the same general lane kcbs san francisco mayor mark farrell is dropping his support for the police unions taser ballot measure saying it's no longer necessary this move is a shift for farrell who has been one of the police unions biggest supporters at city hall and recently said that the plan works best for the community and police officers the police officers association collected more than nineteen hundred signatures to qualify proposition h for the june ballot union leaders say they would back or they back off the measure if the police commission commission approved a policy to their likely liking but that hasn't happened and they still have significant concerns martin halloran president of the association believes that voters should have a say on policy that is an acted just ahead on kcbs a fatal collision involving a self driving uber car is causing concern throughout the tech world kcbs news time ten oh eight we are first for.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on AP News

"And other retailers to sell current inventory until january first twenty twenty san francisco is named for the patron saint of animals and has a reputation for a strong social conscience mayor mark farrell says he plans to sign the legislation congressional republicans are making it clear they won't take steps to protect special counsel robert muller from being fired ap washington correspondent saga megani reports they say it just isn't needed house speaker paul ryan says muller needs to be able to finish his work without interference i am confident that he'll be able to do that going a step further senate gop chief mitch mcconnell declared he's confident in muller will have great credibility with the american people democratic counterpart chuck schumer applauded mcconnell for speaking up as the president goes after muller warning any effort to fire the special counsel with lead to disaster leader mcconnell's statement was a real shot across the bow still mcconnell and other republicans are dismissing talk of formerly protecting baller via legislation saying it's unnecessary i don't think bob mueller is going anywhere saga megani at the white house the travel website orbit says one of its older websites may have been hacked act the ed donahue says it could affect close to a million users the data breach was discovered about three weeks ago it could mean personal information was exposed to people who bought anything on the orbits website from the start of two thousand sixteen to the end of last year the company says about eight hundred eighty thousand payment cards were impacted names addresses and payment card information may have been.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on AP News

"Other retailers to sell current inventory until january first twenty twenty san francisco is named for the patron saint of animals and has a reputation for a strong social conscience mayor mark farrell says he plans to sign the legislation the social movement started by recent school shootings survivors and this weekend's plans for a march on washington where the subject of a harvard panel on tuesday evening six students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida who become vocal advocates for stricter gun laws spoke at the kennedy school's institute of politics alex win said saturday's march is part of the healing process i think we're coping where healing through each other which is so important because there have been times when you know one of us will just break down and it's important to have everyone there with us another survivor cameron caskey says now is the time for politicians to tackle the issue of gun violence if you choose not to vote on the side of students lives that's completely up to you and if you choose not to vote on the side of just human lives that are that are innocently taken thousands of people every year that's okay because we'll vote you out as simple as that david hogg also a shooting survivors says politicians no longer control the narrative you were there we are telling our story we see what's going on here the entire united states we see what's going on here we see pass this facade that this is inevitable and this is the price of our freedom we know that we can fix this but we have to jump now they say they're expecting more than a million people to participate in marches on saturday in washington and other parts of the country which are calling for tougher firearms regulations for the ap i'm bob kessler with rivet unisex names for babies are on the rise among parents willing to accept the possibility of gender fluidity.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the traffic leader koa cbs's man see me sleep world six day forecast let's talk about it with kpix fox brian hackney brilliant blue skies today give way to clear skies overnight in temperatures plunging new forty two degrees in oakland overnight low of thirty nine for redwood city mountain view down and do well the low 40s and san jose will bottom out at forty degrees in san reffell tomorrow sixty seven we'll have a mostly sunny skies few high clouds begin to work their way into the bay area mountain view hit sixty nine fremont seventy conquered sixty seven and fairfield 66 temperatures stay mild the rest of the week next chance for getting wet looks like wednesday night thursday morning temperatures those days will be in the mid 60s for highs by the weekend to we have a somewhat wet weekend none of these will produce a lot of rain of the bay area but expect things to get wet wednesday night early thursday morning and also over the weekend and we have traffic and weather together on the eighth son news 106 nine antic am seven forty kcbs it's 550 tom lippi and keith mizzou cheer editing this afternoon right now it's time for us to check in with their kcbs and chronicle insider fill the material joining us live on the kcbs ring central news line a judge has ruled that san francisco board of supervisors president london breed will not also be listed as acting mayor on the june ballot under election law candidates are required to less whatever job they're holding on the day of the filing deadline breed was at the time acting mayor she stopped by kcbs after the board voted to replace her way mark farrell two weeks later i said from the.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The city's historic preservation commission is set to vote on the fate of the early days statute today staff report has recommended that the commission allow the statues removal acting mayor mark farrell has added his voice of the calls to get rid of that statue which he had other critics say depicted in native american in a demeaning manner seated at the feet of admission padre nva carol farrell said in a letter to the commission that the statue doesn't reflect san francisco's values and should remain in the heart of the city the early days statue was part of a larger eighteen 94 pyner monument outside the main public library just ahead on kcp asses matt bigler why security experts are sceptical about the feds new cyber taskforce on elections the number of appear to be called is very broad kcbs traffic update now with george rask good morning george good morning rebecca pretty quiet around the bay right now except for a brand new accident the just popped up this in santa clara on highway 85 which has had its share of problems this morning and are right now we're looking at slow going coming up from cupertino on northbound highway 85 the backup reaching almost a homestead road almost a free bottle of their new and its leading up to alchemy nor riyal scene of a new accident so about two and a half miles of nearly stopped traffic there this report brought to you by the ticket clinic through the corridor it's heavy traffic around highway eighty four on eighty southbound than a nice break and really know backup leading down to to thirty seven which is just a little slow out as acre let's take a look at the chilled not a body collision cam with an eye on the baybridge backup here's bob prior if you're coming down these your free way west stadia sluggish from gilman to ashby then sluggish getting.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bay area are calling on congressional leaders to act on gun control legislation after the deadly school shooting in florida this week hit you 80s racquel maria villain reports san jose mayor sam lucarno says mass shootings are the scourge of our nation and one happening here would be his worst nightmare as mayor we clearly need washington to take action there's no reason why any fifteen should be in the hands of any individual anywhere near a school ground lucarno says gun control supporters need to convince lawmakers that common sense firearms regulation is not a partisan issue how much bloodshed that san francisco mayor mark farrell much needed death amongst children particular do we need before congress picked to set out of the sand republican leaders say mass shootings are a mental health yes you and argue that calls for gun control are premature racquel maria dillon kqed news a state lawmaker wants to make it easier to report some one at risk of committing a violent act with a gun california allows law enforcement officers and relatives to ask a judge to take firearms away from a dangerous person now san francisco state assemblyman filled tang is proposing legislation that would allow teachers mental health professionals employers and coworkers to do that to do the folks who are generally around dangerous individuals and to see the fine with who we we thought they could take matters into though hanthropy felt like they were endangered go to a judge and our petition for restraining were governor brown vetoed a similar bill.

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"mark farrell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mark farrell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cnn had a headline that said kate stein lease filed a lawsuit after her death on san francisco pierre last summer they file suit after her death on us are you a misin like as the uh uh part of the store he was killed murdered not after her dell and also who was they filed a suit after her death also a lawsuit because there was like a loose board she slipped on ice or something and they didn't is that what it was bad tackle now she was murdered by illegal who is in possession of a stolen government firearm he committed multiple fatalities by government firearm yeah he was still got out of a cop car if i remember it how how seriously yeah so all of that is just leave their windows open in fact just weeks after she was shot there we're talking about the straining at the baton swallowing the campbell you're missing the the point here and certain double standard bit of hypocrisy just weeks after her murder bunch of people called for the end of sanctuary cities of course right i talked about it of course his promise that we've talked about for years san francisco supervisor that's the legislative body for san francisco mark farrell had another idea he wanted a law that he believed would a prevented or help this situation he wanted a law that would require the videotaping of leaders videotaping whether you will you videotape you're cameras in the streets okay right ordeal isolated on the pyre high traffic areas no ammo purchases you would a video how will he heard that uh here's the thing wouldn't but he believed it would he said even though san francisco has some of the toughest gun laws on the books in the country there is more we could do to protect the public the videotape abel purchases he said easy access to guns.

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