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"mary lee" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:48 min | 5 months ago

"mary lee" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Households and businesses and brought the city's a light rail system to a halt the state's coronavirus hotline also went down after the quake no injuries however were reported turning now to weather meteorologist Mary Lee has a look at the forecast I'm keeping a very close eye on a powerful winter storm to impact the four corners region and the Great Plains let's get right to the watches and warnings in effect so a blizzard warning will be in effect tomorrow for eastern Wyoming and western and central in Nebraska we're talking anywhere from five to eight inches of snow and strong and gusty winds fifteen mile per hour winds or higher with that blizzard warning in effect there are also a winter storm watch for northeastern Colorado eight to sixteen inches of snow forty mile per hour winds or higher now let's talk about our threat for severe weather for the southern plains so an enhanced risk of the thunderstorms for central Texas with a slight risk of severe thunderstorms for North Texas up through Oklahoma and Arkansas we could see a large hail damaging winds and isolated tornadoes and that threat for thunderstorms and enhanced risk for Illinois up through Wisconsin and a slight risk for severe thunderstorms for Iowa watching that very closely for you so snow for the four corners region severe thunderstorms and heavy rain for the southern plains and heavy rain also for the Ohio valley here's a satellite and radar view and there we go that closer look of the southern plains as well as up to the mid west you can see that rain and storms pushing through also for the satellite and radar view for the west coast or tracking a low pressure system bringing unsettled weather to California that low will be pushing into the four corners region and as we look to the east coast high pressure in control for now but we're watching those storms to our west and that'll push into the east coast by late tonight into tomorrow so an active weather pattern for sure here we go as we head through our afternoon you can see that low across that was for the west coast it's pushing into the four corners region and that heavy rain pushing across the Ohio valley for tomorrow we'll be watching that big winter storm for the four corners region and for the Great Plains bringing a lot of snow and very strong winds please be careful in those areas and you can see that rain and snow up across the upper Midwest the CDC is recommending social distancing but grocery stores are still packed with people and long lines how this is affecting seniors in the community who are at the highest risk.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Dot com Mary Lee has our forecast from the KPIX five weather center well it is a foggy start to the day and also a little bit of drizzle and spots we have a dense fog advisory for the North Bay as well as for San Francisco and the San Francisco peninsula coast until eight AM due to the visibility a quarter mile or last so please be careful on those red ways also tracking some light rain up in the North Bay this morning on hi def doppler as we head through the afternoon we're going to see increasing rain with our next weather system so especially in the afternoon and evening it does look wax with that light rain so keep those umbrellas handy for today but on that rain jacket if you're heading out the door looking at temps in the low sixties in when this afternoon mid to upper fifties for the bay mid fifties for the coast a few showers are possible on Saturday dryer Sunday Monday into Tuesday wet weather returns by the middle part of next week and some of our temperatures around the bay area this morning it's currently fifty four in Santa Rosa fifty eight in San Jose Livermore's at fifty five and in San Francisco we have fifty for traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS at five twenty one news continues with Matt Bigler how well do you know your mail carrier in this week's KCBS difference makers reporter Kerry who dissect profiles a retired Walnut Creek mail carrier who touched the lives of many families during his thirty eight years of service Joe Bologna hung up his satchel this past September after more than thirty years of delivering all different types of mail in Walnut Creek the personal letters are gone packages have picked up not even moving furniture you've got baby cribs come hand and Bozeman's they never used to deliver mail like that he had a unique job one that didn't require him to sit behind an office desk you see children grow up you see people who are like your parents you know they give you advice driving the same route stopping at the same homes he got to know its customers like his own family when my daughter got married in twenty ten I invited twenty five my customers to her wedding because they were like family to me one of those customers is Rick Watson who often invited Joanne for lunch during his mail route on one occasion we were my son and my daughter and I were all on the front or throwing a football around them so he managed to stop for a few minutes I'm not joining on interactions he says that are now few and far.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mary Lee, the KPI x five weather center. A spectacular sunrise a few minutes ago. But that's probably the best thing about the weather today. Right. Yeah. The calm before the storm. Definitely for sure STAN a beautiful start to the day as we head through the afternoon. We're going to see the rain and the wind kicked out for us with a strong storm likely e second strongest storm of the season, and that will bring strong winds with a high wind watch that kicks in for the entire bay area this afternoon the route tomorrow morning, we'll see gusty damaging winds. In so down power lines down. Trees are a possibility with gossip to sixty miles per hour with this storm. And then as we look at the rain, we're going to see the rain move in later this afternoon and especially for this evening into Saturday morning, which is why a flash flood watch. It will be in effect for the entire bay area as well beginning this evening into tomorrow morning. So rain and wind that's all coming. We're looking at temperatures cooler compared to yesterday. Upper fifty s to low sixties inland. Upper fifty s for the bay and mid fifty s for the coast to the rain and win continue into Saturday morning. We are looking at breezy conditions for Saturday catching a bit of a break in the afternoon. And then more rain Saturday night into Sunday. We have showers there for Sunday Monday and Tuesday, and then a colder weather system roles and Sunday night into Monday and Tuesday. So Monday morning, the snow levels down to about two thousand feet. So that means out Hamilton mount Diablo as well as mount Tam could see a dusting of snow Monday morning. We're looking at showers that continue for Tuesday. And then finally catching a break by the middle part of next week. All right. Thanks mary. Lots going on stay with KCBS today tonight and tomorrow for frequent weather updates, traffic and weather together on the eight. So an all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Stan new research is showing global warming is causing windy and dry weather to move California's peak fire season into the month of December KCBS. Carrie who to sack explains it's becoming increasingly dry in California by December. The winds are in a position to wreak havoc at a time. When fire threat is typically, low researchers at UC, San Diego's Scripps institution of oceanography studied Santa Ana wind patterns Alexander Gershon off who co-authored. The study says winds will be less frequent in the spring and fall meaning fire danger will increase in the winter, you're more likely to get back to Anna win the Kim. Drive fire burn longer Gershon says this is exactly what happened with the massive Thomas fire in southern California that burned in December of two thousand seventeen and with spent by back to back then Ana wind event. Lasted for over three weeks. And that's why burns so long. He says they didn't study Diablo winds here in the northern part of the.

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"mary lee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Delays Lake Mary Lee Road at through the Eric Brown in air what? Hi, four eastbound, thirteen minutes. He has twenty seven to five thirty to about seventeen minutes approaching Osceola Parkway, just after five thirty five eighteen minutes is spotty delays from John Young to a million then few minutes from Princeton to Fairbanks. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. It's eight oh three. You're listening to the eight a m expanded newsfeed. Fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic part of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO, Marsha Taylor. And I'm Rick computer. There's a temporary ramp open this morning to alleviate some of the congestion caused by the I four ultimate improvement project. If you're leaving the north quarter district of downtown Orlando via magnolia avenue, this temporary ramp will get you onto I four eastbound I four alternate spokesman, Dave parks. It's right next to the current ramp to put you on or a collector road, it's elevated up over above the elevations of the current main line. Well, this will allow you to stay in the left hand lane pass underneath that elevated brand new bridge and get right on main line. I. For park says the ramp will remain open to drivers for about a week while crews opened up another lane on that brand. New elevated section of I four Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO. He liked to beat you're gonna like this governor desanta scheduled to make a major water policy statement today focusing on the red tide. The governor will make two stops to talk about it. I am Benita springs on the west coast, then on the east coast at Stewart. Protecting Florida's water systems was a top campaign issue for the governor. You're listening to the eight a m expanded newsfeed. I'm Ray, computer. We bring you fifteen minutes of news, weather and traffic with.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS Seaney Sleepworld, six day forecast with Mary Lee in the KPI five weather center towers as we start off the day. So a wet start. But we are looking at decreasing showers as we head through the afternoon, it's all because of that upper level low that's going to slide down to our south. So with that we'll see a few showers maybe early in the afternoon, but things really winding down for, sir. And then especially by tonight, we should be dry here. I'll looking at sixty degrees inland. Mid fifty s for the bay low to mid fifty s for the coast and then partly sunny for tomorrow, low sixties inland. Mid to upper fifty s for the bay in mid fifty s tomorrow for the coast a little bit more sunshine as we head through Friday and for Saturday on Sunday for the day. And then. Looking at our next weather system rolling in Sunday night into Monday, I'm meteorologist to Mary Lee with your KPI x five in KCBS forecast. Traffic and weather together on the eight. So an all news one. Oh, six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's five fifty two cash registers ringing. It's sports stores. Specializing in winter gear as the start of ski season gets underway. KCBS carry to sack reports from Montclair sports in Oakland before you head up to Lake Tahoe. You'll wanna make sure to get your winter snow gear. I we have full snow gear. So, you know, your your pants jacket your base layers, your socks, helmets gloves, and even your after ski boots and things like that. Those are just some of the winter sporting gear you can find here at Montclair sports store in Oakland says store associate Karen Williams rental.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forecast. Now from Mary Lee joining us from the KPI x five weather center smoke once again across the bay area unhealthy to very unhealthy air quality police be safe in limiter outdoor exposure the night day in a row of an air quality advisory at a spare the air alert due to the smoke. That's really distract and stuck here in the bay area with light offshore winds bringing in more smoke than the Butte county campfire the problem as just compounded smoky skies low to mid seventies. Finland for today. Mid to upper sixty s for the bay and low to mid sixty s for the coast smoky skies Saturday Sunday next Monday by next Tuesday. We should see a return of onshore winds, and that's a change in wind direction to hopefully kick out this smoke with better air quality there. Rain chances beginning next Wednesday next Thursday for thanksgiving. And next Friday. I'm meteorologist Mary Lee with your ex five in KCBS forecast. We've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one fifty one. And as we've been reporting on KCBS there is a fire burning in the boulder creek area of Santa Cruz county. Fire crews are getting an upper hand on that fire that's causing evacuations the fire, scorched fifteen acres, and we will get a live update on the situation at the top of the hour. It's time now for our tech watch report with C net executive editor insure who joins us on the KCBS ring central Newsline. Ian, always good to talk to you US senators from both sides of the aisle. Now our team. Out to introduce a Bill to crack down on robocalls. What can you tell us? This is called the telephone robo abuse criminal enforcement deterrence act or traced, and the reason it's called that is that among other things it's going to do is it's going to promote call authentication and call blocking technology, which they think is gonna make a big difference here. This is something CC also has been pushing Dave actually asked many of the wireless carriers and the wireline carriers to have this type of authentication technology Dalton by next year..

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Day forecast. Now with Mary Lee joins us from the KPI x five weather center. Big smoke once again across the bay area. Unhealthy very unhealthy air quality police be safe in limiter outdoor exposure the night day in a row of an air quality advisory at a spare the air alert due to the smoke. That's really distract and stuck here in the bay area with light offshore winds bringing in more smoke than county campfire. The problem is just compounded smoky skies low to mid seventy s inland for today. Mid to upper sixty s for the bay and low to mid sixty s for the coast smoky skies Saturday Sunday next Monday by next Tuesday. We should see a return of onshore winds, and that's a change in wind. Direction to hopefully, kick out this smoke with better air quality there. Rain chances beginning next Wednesday next Thursday for thanksgiving. And next Friday. I'm meteorologist Mary Lee with your ex five in KCBS forecast. We've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time twelve twenty one in the new film green book, which is out today. A black pianist embarks on a tour through the US in nineteen sixty two Jim crow laws and segregation still weren't affected much of the country. The title of the film refers to the negro motorist green book, which was a real life travel guide that I was published in nineteen thirty six to help black travelers find safe places to stop eat and rest Washington, Post multimedia journalist, Ron dacoven, Colin rather examined the history behind the book. She joins us now on the KCBS ring central Newsline. Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us. Let's begin with a quick history. Lest we forget it of what black motorists might have to endure. Or if they traveled, especially if they were part of the great migration and they lived in the north and they traveled back down south to see family members. Right. Yes. And glad to be with you as well. So veteran at time after Jim crow endured Jim crow after the great migration, you had as you mentioned many black people many families were inventories and typically a couple times a year would want to go back to the deep south or even west to see family and friends and at that time it was very treacherous. It was your risk being your car in the middle of the night being pulled over and possibly assaulted at worst or just, you know, verbally accosted and challenged as to why you were traveling on the road there you had to take many steps to make sure that you get to your final destination and a lot of times people were traveling hundreds of miles and had to keep all of this and nine now, let's talk a little bit about the negro motorist. Green book it was a travel guide. We understand was created by a postal worker. Tell us a little bit about its creation and how it was distributed. That's true started by Victor, Hugo green. And that's why the name is the nickname the green book after his last name. He was a Harlem postal worker and in nineteen thirty six he decided to put this book out just as sort of a, you know, a functional guide to help people because every black person and blacks family at that time, they knew of the challenges they face when traveling. So he figured this would be a helpful guide to others, and he compiled lists of restaurants gas stations any sort of businesses that could be havens for families traveling. He was able to distribute that people and historians believe because he had a connection with other postal workers and sort of a system that could help him distribute the book and later in the forty s I believe subscription service started where people could subscribe and get the green book also there, they were also available at Esso gas station to which. Is now known as Exxon, but that is a part of the history as well that they were available for people to pick up and purchase gas stations. When was the last green book published an is there anything similar now? I mean, we probably could find anything online. But is there anything that you're aware of that's that's a little bit similar? Right. So in my research it. The last note, Hoppy was in the sixties the late sixties. I believe sixty eight is win the the final version that historian told me that they could find that was published, but it kind of tapered out of publication something that's because the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights Act. It was felt that this guy may not be needed anymore because protections had been the cured. But of course, guide some people did feel that that guy needed to be around, or at least by word of mouth that people could tell others that you should go here and not there. But from what we know it was the late sixties when the official the last guy was prepared. And I believe the second part of your question, if you could repeat that we're just about out of time, but Bush just wondering if you're aware of anything, that's that's somewhat similar especially considering the climate in the United States. Now around race and ethnicity in some cases, religion. Right. Right. Well, what I found was the impetus for the story is there anything similar to this. And right now, there isn't any sort of formal guide, but I do find that there is still that word of mouth among people were also online travel sites where people are on on my board discussing, you know, have you ever had problems in this area thinking about going here for vacation or should I stay or should I go. I'm thinking about getting an Airbnb, do you think I'll have any problems in this area, though? I think that there's still discussion it's a little less formal than an actual book. But I think the legacy of the books still lives on in terms of speaking to others about other people of color about where to go, and what he advice, you might give. All right. Well, we thank you very much. That is Rhonda cove in Washington Post multimedia journals KCBS news twenty five eight is watching with Adrienne Mitchell. We are on. Track for a weekly declined. But wow, making some gains here on the day. The Dow up one hundred sixty nine points, NASDAQ advancing thirteen and the s&p higher by thirteen Tesla's model. Three is able to draw some unexpected buyers when founder Elon Musk I revealed the car he was expecting it to compete in the premium sedan market against Audi BMW, Lexus, Mercedes, instead owners of mass market cars, like the Honda Accord and Toyota Prius are splurging on the model. Three. An Edmonds analyst tells Bloomberg tesla has captured lightning.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Day forecast. Now for Mary Lee who joins us from the KPI x five weather center. The air quality across the bay area. Even worse this morning unhealthy to very unhealthy air. We're looking at the ninth day in a row of spare. The air alerts in an air quality advisory in the problem. The smoke is just trapped here in the bay area. And then with light offshore winds bringing in more smoke from the Buchanan campfire, the problem is just compounded. So low to mid seventy s inland today. Mid to upper sixty s for the bay with smoky skies low to mid sixty s along the coast smoky skies Saturday Sunday next Monday by next Tuesday. We'll see a change in wind direction and that will mean better air quality beginning Tuesday with rain chances next Wednesday Thursday for thanksgiving and into next Friday. We've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on on these one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time ten fifty one Fernie buyer and Nick Palmer or at the KCBS editor's desk. Bay area startup has created an unconscious bias training module that uses virtual reality. The idea is that this VR will make the training more effective training employees to be inclusive workplace practices such as conducting meetings, and considering all workers ideas can be tricky. So Jeff matter who CD C O rather of this bay area startup portico says his company is developing a new module. We have technology that allows people to talk directly to digital avatars within virtual reality and carry on a conversation. And so they could try their own skills out there that are says there are advantages to using virtual reality as opposed to other training methods such as video or in person presentations, it really gives you a sense of immersion and a sense of immediacy. So once you put those on and you're in this virtual environment. You really get a sense of presence, and a sense that you're there portico is working with HP to develop the diversity and inclusion training module and hopes that other companies will use it in the future. Well, an apparent mix-up? By federal prosecutors suggest that criminal charges may have been filed against WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, an unsealed court document with Assange name raises new questions about the investigation of WikiLeaks role in exposing thousands of emails from Democrats before the two thousand sixteen election CBS's, John vaguely Audie reports Assange remained inside this embassy in large part out of fear that if he were to leave he'd be extradited to the us, those fears perhaps confirm this morning after what appears to be a simple mix up of paperwork. There's a parenting diamond came to light late last night through a court filing in an.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mary Lee joining us from the KPI x five weather center. Hey, very, let's let's pick this apart a little bit here. What was it? We thought might happen than how isn't going to happen. And where do we stand on this whole smoke thing? Okay. So we were thinking by the weekend that we would see better air quality. We have an area of low pressure out in the Pacific. We were hoping for onshore flow to kind of kick out this smoke. Unfortunately, that is not the case that low is going to be farther away from us and not really impacting our weather for the weekend. And because of that our weather pattern just kind of stock light offshore winds high pressure has weakened a little bit. But it's still. Fill in plays. And because of that we have smoky conditions that continue today tomorrow and now through the weekend so unhealthy to very unhealthy. Hair hunt. The healthy air looking at the values this morning, especially across may locations from the central bay south bay and even far inland. Locations Livermore with AQHA values of two fifteen and that's very unhealthy air now for the north bay this morning looking at some locations in the moderate air quality range, but again with calm conditions that air that smoke is just kinda stuck over the bay area. So we're not seeing a lot of improvement really need some strong winds. Onshore winds to kind of kick out this smoke and that does not look like they'll be anytime soon so smoky hazy conditions inland. Low to mid seventy s for the bay mid to upper sixties for the coast low to mid sixties there continuing with smoky skies Friday through the weekend. Now as you look ahead to next week. We could see a change in wind direction by next to. Tuesday, and that means better air quality. And as we look ahead by thanksgiving. Maybe the day after Thanksgiving Day before a area of low pressure will finally bring some much needed rain. Now, the weather models a little bit differing on the timing of it. And how much rain that? We could see the weather model doesn't bring that much rain by thanksgiving and possibly by Friday, the euro model brings a lot more impressive rainfall. We're really hoping that comes to play here because we desperately need that rain to clear this skies, lower the fire fire danger as well. So hopefully that happens next week, Dr Mary, thanks. We'll stay in touch. That's Mary Lee in the KPI x five weather center. Traffic and weather together on the eight. So it all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. We're just in from the publicist for ROY Clark that the well-known American singer and musician has passed away at the age of eighty five right Clark. Maybe best known to most of the country is the host of hee-haw that national. Televised country. I've forgotten this thing ran for almost thirty years. Hardin sixty nine to nineteen Ninety-seven. Apparently, he was a big big figure in country music and crossover there were musicians instrumentalists and singers who credited their careers in their success to ROY Clark Clarke has passed away again today, according to his publicist at the age of eighty five the thanksgiving holiday travel season kicks off in earnest tomorrow at San Francisco International airport, KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from SFO that they are expecting huge crowds tens of thousands of travelers will wing their way to and from SF. Oh tomorrow, we actually.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mary Lee is with us from the KPI x five weather center. Talk about temperatures and winds and all that kind of pale next to this smoke problem. Oh my goodness. Yeah. We're gonna continue with the smoke as we go through not just today tomorrow, but now through the weekend unhealthy to even very unhealthy air quality for the bay area with the eighth day in a row of a spare. The air alerts as well as an air quality advisory, and it doesn't look like we'll see any relief anytime soon, so smoky hazy skies inland today, low to mid seventy s for the bay mid to upper sixties and for the coast low to mid sixties there pays e smoky skies for tomorrow and through the weekend, we were really hoping that this area of low pressure with bring return of on shore winds by the weekend. But the problem is this low pressure system is going to be farther out in the Pacific. So not really impacting our weather for the weekend is high pressure really remains in control as we look ahead to next week. Maybe by next Tuesday, we could see better air quality, then with the change in wind direction to on. Flow by Tuesday. And now looking at this longer range weather models. They kind of been back and forth between the S weather model, and the euro weather model, they're they're kind of a disagreement there, but we're thinking we could see some rain by thanksgiving. So next week next Thursday Friday, the possibility of some much needed rain fingers crossed. Thanks mary. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time seven twenty two. Many after school activities remain canceled around the bay area and some schools are still closed because of the unhealthy air quality KCBS. Reporter Doug sovereign says that has parents caregivers and stir crazy kids flocking to indoor alternatives when kids are forced to stay indoors for days without their usual playground or soccer time..

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KCBS All News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mary Lee has our forecast this morning from the KPI x five weather center for the seventh day in the row. A spare the air alert for the bay area hazy smoky skies could see a little bit more sunshine, but we are talking about high clouds and also that smoke filtered sunshine, so daytime highs will be on the cool side once again, so inland locations in the low so. Seventies for the bay upper sixty s for the coast and mid sixties, the air quality unhealthy and will likely continue as we go through Thursday and for Friday with a spare the air alert through Friday there. So hazy skies expected through the workweek improving conditions for the weekend with a bit of an onshore flow component. And that means our air quality will be the moderate category for Saturday and for Sunday as you look ahead to next week. We do have some rain chances. And hopefully, we get that much needed rain. We have some chilly. Temperatures out there this morning. It's thirty degrees in Santa Rosa, San Jose checking in at forty two thirty six in Livermore, San Francisco, fifty two traffic and weather together. On the eighths on news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS at five twenty one. Our news continues with Matt Bigler. Susan the first lawsuit has been filed in the Butte county wildfire as KCBS is. Megan gold's be reports. A bay area lawyer is suing PG. On behalf of several victims. Investigators have not released the cause of this fire. But the woman who owns the land where it started said PG sent her a letter before it broke out saying they were dealing with some sparking in the area. And then says attorney Mike Danko there's the report from PGN e that was filed with the CPU see that report said that yes, just before the fire was sparked they had an outage on their transmission tower, Danko is home to other lawsuits against the utility in cases like this. We don't want this to happen. Again enough is enough. And he says his clients were eager to file the suit right away. Well, number one. Of course, it gives them a voice number two. Yes. It gets them the money that they need to rebuild making gold, speak, KCBS and Pacific Gas and electric has not returned KCBS as request for comment on the lawsuit. UC Davis will resume classes today at their Sacramento and Davis campuses, despite poor.

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KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS and SUNY Sleepworld six day forecast. Now, we have that for Mary Lee in the KPI five weather center. Good Wednesday morning looking at areas of low, clouds and fog along the coast and parts of the bay. That's all thanks to light on shore wins for us as we head through the afternoon. We'll see plenty of sunshine for the bay inland as the fog pulls back to the coast. But looking at highs very similar to what we saw yesterday so near normal highs for this time of year, low eighties inland. We're looking at upper sixties low seventies for the bay and mid sixty s for the coast very similar for tomorrow. The low eighties inland tomorrow. Upper sixties low seventies for the bay and mid sixty s for the coast starting off the day with morning, clouds and fog along the coast and parts of the bay tomorrow morning as well where me up a little bit more Friday, Saturday, plenty of sunshine through the weekend and cooler for next week. I'm meteorologist Mary Lee with their KPI PIX five in KCBS forecast. Traffic and weather together on the eighth so on all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's nine fifty two. Stan we still don't know what caused that YouTube outage last night, the sites global access problems started at about six o'clock last night and also affected YouTube TV and YouTube music by eight o'clock team YouTube tweeted that the problems have been solved these kinds of massive prolonged outages are rather rare for YouTube, but they do happen, for instance, in July YouTube TV suffered a service interruption at an inopportune time during the World Cup semifinal between England and Croatia. KCBS news time nine fifty two. Starting October seventeen. The seasons.

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KCBS All News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"From Mary Lee in the KPI x five weather center Wednesday morning to you tracking a few isolated showers on high def Doppler this morning as we head through the afternoon. The chance to see more scattered showers, especially for the south bay and our inland locations as at area of low pressure pushes inland to our south. And then pushes up nor. So it'll be close enough to the south bay and inland locations to possibly see some more scattered shower activity as we head through the day. So in locations upper seventy s to near eighty for the bay upper sixty s to low seventies. And along the coast in the mid sixties. We'll keep a slight chance. Of a shower for tomorrow. Otherwise, partly to mostly cloudy skies, mid to upper seventy s inland upper sixty s for the bay low sixties along the coast high pressure builds in by the end of the work week. They're into the weekends. We will see plenty of sun. Just in time for the weekend. I'm meteorologist Mary with KPI x five in KCBS forecast. Traffic and weather together on the all news one. Oh, six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's seven twenty one very strong backlash against a proposal to close a couple of popular schools in south San Jose as KCBS reporter. Matt bigger tells us live from San Jose the school district wants to build a forcible housing in their place. Math good morning. Susan, the new master plan for San Jose unified calls for the district to close down Leland high school and Bret Hart middle school and then their place, build affordable housing for teachers staff and low income families. It is a big proposal. I've been talking to neighbors this morning, and it's safe to say they are shocked. This is Laura. I'm just really am horrified to hear that they might consider. Tearing down a very well established middle school and high school the schools would be moved to district on land about a mile away. So why is the district proposing all of these changes deputy superintendent Stephen McMahon tells KPI five they continue to lose students and teachers because they simply can't afford to live here and all options are now on the table. We can find a way to make that undeveloped land be twenty-first-century school with all the bells and whistles students and get our best and brightest teachers in the classroom by supporting them in housing. That's a win for everybody. Now, the district will host a discussion about the master plan tonight at Leland high school and nothing has been decided and I'm on campus this morning, and I can tell you work is ongoing to make sure it's maintained our crews installing lights on these large solar panel parking garages or parking spaces. So there's no plans to tear anything down anytime soon. Live in San Jose. Matt Bigler kissy be asked Sekhmet. Apple CEO, says the decision to remove podcasts and apps from right wing provocateur and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was not focused on a single event in an interview with vice news tonight. Tim cook said the Jones content take down stems from a basic belief that users expect apple to curate their experience. You know, we get into a singular. But I think there's a another there that.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forecast now from Mary. Lee who joins us from the KPI x five weather center. Good Friday morning to you starting off the day once again areas of low, clouds and fog along the coast and parts of the bay. All thanks to onshore flow really kicking in for us, especially today and through the weekend. So daytime highs will be about five to eight degrees below average for this time of year inland in the low eighties mostly sunny, mid sixty s for the bay with mostly sunny skies and upper fifty s along the coast, cool, cloudy and foggy along the coast cooler for the weekend, mid s inland. Mid sixties for the bay upper fifty s along the coast slight chance of showers for the coast and for the north bay tomorrow rain chances late Monday into early Tuesday of next week. And then high pressure builds in warmer sunnier and also dryer by the middle part of next week. I'm meteorologist Mary Lee with their KPI x five in KCBS forecast. We've got traffic and weather together on the eight on news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time eleven twenty CBS news. Special report is surprised development today at the Senate Judiciary committee as they voted to advance. The supreme court nomination of bread cabin onto the full Senate Republican Senator Jeff flake only voted yes. On one condition. I think it would be. Proper to delay the four vote for up to but not more than one week in order to let the FBI. Continue to do an investigation limited in time and scope a ranking democrat on the committee Dianne Feinstein, I think we do need this investigation. Fact, I sort of misunderstood Senator flake what you were doing. I thought it included one week investigation. So I would like to support the motion for that investigation. CBS's Ed O'Keefe on the developments. What flake did there is say, I'm not going to vote for the motions to proceed to formal debate in the full Senate on this nomination unless and until.

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"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"mary lee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mary Lee. Actually, I'm going to do it myself. It's mostly sunny, breezy and a little bit warmer today sixty s to upper seventies this afternoon, gusty winds tonight and then clouds tomorrow morning sunshine in the afternoon with temperatures rising a little bit higher into the low eighties and some neighborhoods Sproul with wins. Again. Now are six day forecast. Calls for the same pattern Saturday topping out in the upper seventies. And then warming to the low eighties on. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Let's take a look at the temperatures around the bay right now in Santa Rosa, it's kicked up to seventy one degrees conquered seventy four Livermore, seventy one seventy in Mountain View, and San Jose. Redwood City is sixty eight sixty seven San Francisco sixty five sixty four and Oakland, traffic and weather together on the eighth on all these one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time twelve twenty still talking baby talk to the baby in your life. New study suggests engage in conversations with toddlers not just speaking at them can improve their I q and language skills from more. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by the study's lead, author senior director of research and evaluation Lita nonprofit that promotes language development and young children. Joker joker Sohn. Thanks a lot for talking to us. So what is the difference between talking at or if you could maybe give us an example of talking at a baby versus talking with them. Well, it's actually the same as talking at an adult versus talking with them. So you can imagine if you are lecturing to an adult, but they're not talking. You're not doing back-and-forth turn taking they're less likely. You're less likely to to be sure that they're absorbing what you're saying. It's the same thing with babies, so. Baby sorry to interrupt. But who good point? Maybe most people think that it's just about the amount of words that a baby here's so they might think that if you're overhearing speech, for example, that that's really enough for a child to absorb language, but or sitting them in front of the TV, for example, those are not going to be helpful. What needs to happen? Is you need to have this back and forth between the child and the dole and that back and forth needs to happen. Pretty quickly within five seconds. That's what we showed in this research. Explain a little bit more within five seconds. You mean, we should say short thing. And then shut up. No, no. No, no. I mean, if the if the baby says something, so they don't have to say a word, it could just be a battle. If they said, you need to respond about within five seconds. Right. And that's the same thing if you say something and the baby response within five seconds. That's counted as a conversational turn, and we found that the number of those happening between eighteen and twenty four months significantly predicted IQ and language, skills and lessons. Okay. So the baby says you just say something back. Yeah. Yeah. So you're encouraging them as a conversational partner. So, you know, they're paying you're paying attention to each other. And they're able to absorb the language. I see what age should you be having certain kinds of conversations with a baby. So really, we a lot of research has shown that you need to start from birth that will help with their social and emotional skills language skills as well. Now with this study, we were very surprised to see that the highest correlations with. Those long term outcomes. With children between eighteen and twenty four months of age that seems to be a prime time. Something about the brain nuts, really receptive to the positive effects of interaction at that time..

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"mary lee" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"mary lee" Discussed on Le Show

"Yes, I'm really differently. You gotta have some some variety here. USA gymnastics says, Mary Lee, Tracy, contacted a survival of sexual abuse to discuss criticism of Tracy's hiring to lead the women's elite development program in USA gymnastics. That paves the way for her dismissal from that job just days after Kerry Perry. Was. Excused from her role at the head of USA gymnastics. Tracy had inappropriately contacted one of the hundreds of survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse by former doctor of USA gymnastics Larry Nassar. According to the USA gymnastics over the past nine months USA gymnastics. It's been in the mid of a major transition. Midst of the major transition as it implements recommendations. Following the independent review of the organizations safe sport policies said the organization USA kalimba Olympic Committee CEO Sarah Hersh land herself. Relatively new on the job called for further changes in use a gymnastics leadership hours after merrily. Tracy was let go. Under the circumstances we feel the organization is struggling to manage obligations effectively. It's time to consider making adjustments in the leadership. The US Olympic Committee will reach out to the USA gymnastics board this weekend to discuss changes. Reigning Olympic champion. Simone biles is among those have been critical of Perry for her lack of medication, both privately and publicly leaving athletes to wonder what changes are being made, create a safer environment for the athletes. It's kind of weird, said, vials last month, John Manley the attorney for the survivors of Nassar's abuse called on congress to take bold and decisive action to oversee US participation in Olympic sports. USA gymnastics needs to be decertified. It's an Olympic of owning body to be replaced by individuals who will protect the brave. Young athletes represented our country said a statement. Woo that's harsh and in Tokyo yet another government program linked to the twenty twenty Tokyo games is facing criticism, extracting silver from used mobile phones and computers for Olympic and Paralympic. Medals could say it's reminiscent of a World War Two government order to the public to donate middle items to make aircraft and bullets. Also. They're thinking about closing the universities during Olympics to pave the way for students to act as volunteers, some way paving and the cost of Calgary hosting the twenty twenty six Olympic and Paralympic Games will be about five point. Eight billion American into space. It costs would be offset by estimated operating revenues of two point five. Well, that's not really offset that's kind of half seven. Calgary twenty twenty six. Say it would the city would receive a new field house replacement arena for the chorale upgrades to existing facilities and affordable housing. No mention was made of an arena to replace the aging saddledome however, you know about the sat alone noon either. Do I we think this is a bid. Calgarians can have faith in said twenty twenty six spokes person. Emma may. Yes, we've learned this week that the people who live in Calgary are called Calgarians. They wouldn't have learned that without the Olympics. It's a movement and we all need one every day..

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Kerry Perry out as USA Gymnastics CEO

Scott Sloan

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Kerry Perry out as USA Gymnastics CEO

"It's seventy four degrees. When's it okay? For police to use a taser on a child that question's been raised ever since. It's this anti officer used his taser to stop an eleven year old girl suspected of shoplifting from the spring grove Kroger. Several members of council of questioned the current policy which allows the use of tasers on someone as young as seven was actively resisting arrest, at least you've Elliott is Stuart city hall this morning to talk about this before councils law and public safety committee. Well, Cincinnati bell pull its name off the streetcar this week marks the two year anniversary of the Cincinnati bell connector running on the streets of Cincinnati. And the sponsor says it's reconsidering paying for the naming rights Enquirer says since I bells expressed concerns with the city over operation of the street. Car contract for naming rights give Cincinnati bell. And now if the streetcar becomes the object of ridicule it's never met expectations for ridership which continues to decline in the first year averaged about two thousand rides per day. Now that numbers down to fourteen hundred Red Stripe to even up the series in Pittsburgh tonight with parrots airtime. Here is six zero five former red Brandon Phillips is returning to the major leagues with a shot at a championship. Ring. He's expected to be called up by Boston today to help with their pennant drive. Couldn't handle the heat Roger Federer out of the US. Open beaten last night by an unseeded player from Australia better says John millman handled the hot humid conditions better than he did tonight. And let's just one of those nights where I guess I felt I couldn't get air snow circulation at all and. I don't know. For some reason, I just struggled in the conditions tonight. Veterans lost means there will not be a rematch of the western and southern finals at the US open between Federer and Novak Djokovic, Fairfield gymnastics. Coach didn't even last a week as the elite development coordinator for the US women's program. Mary Lee, Tracy runs. Cincinnati gymnastics academy was hired and fired within days her dismissal came after a number of gymnasts question, why the program would bring in someone who defended a doctor who abused hundreds of girls. Now, the president of US gymnastics is out as well. In her nine months on the job, USA gymnastics, president and CEO Kerry Perry has been criticized for her lack of leadership and communication. USA gymnastics had no title sponsor for its national championships last month following the Dr Larry Nassar scandal. Only forty seven of the seventy approved recommendations were fully implemented. The Perry created athlete task force. Did not include one Nassar survivor, USA gymnastics recently hired a coach who supported Dr Larry.

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Cape Cod shark attack victim: I punched it in gills to escape

24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Cape Cod shark attack victim: I punched it in gills to escape

"Ninth good. Morning thanks for. Joining us I'm Josh binswanger WBZ news climbing toward record high temperatures again today WBZ TV's. Danielle Niles has the outlook we rise quickly I'm thinking today we hit the. Ninety degree Mark, between ten and eleven AM in Boston so by the time we get to lunchtime were, already into the mid nineties here this afternoon gusty southwest breeze storm free today will be in the eighties on the Cape is evening but still very warm even by

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William Lytton, Elliot Abrams and Mary Lee Tracy discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

William Lytton, Elliot Abrams and Mary Lee Tracy discussed on 24 Hour News

"A New York man who survived a shark attack. While swimming off Truro on Cape Cod earlier this month says he escaped. By punching his attacker in the gills William Lytton continues his recovery Spalding rehab in

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69-year-old Danny Thompson breaks world speed record

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

69-year-old Danny Thompson breaks world speed record

"Fifty one and a half century. After pioneering auto racer Mickey Thompson set out to break the land speed record. In a new car his son has finally done it in the same car Danny Thompson broke the land speed record for a piston engine card Bonneville over the, weekend everage over, two runs of over four hundred forty, eight miles an hour and every did, this in the challenger to, our car that, his father Mickey Thompson built back in one thousand nine hundred sixty the weather Bonneville didn't, cooperate that year And for one reason or another Mickey Thompson never got a chance to try for the speed record. And challenger, to before he and his wife were murdered. In nineteen Eighty-eight fast forward to now Danny Thompson pulled the old speed, racer out of. Mothballs put in a pair of nitro fueled, v eight engines that could crank out five thousand horsepower and finally got the record his

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"mary lee" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mary lee" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Quite a few people outside gathered in the parking lot around 245 sunday morning some type of argument they don't know what it was about yet led to the shooting a government opening fire fired multiple times killed the one man here at the scene a second victim also shot he was rushed to the hospital detectives are on the scene talking with witnesses it learn about line is quick klay becoming one at the in places to live but housing costs our problem the ajc willoughby marianna uh says the city promise fifty six hundred affordable homes as part of the project but that was in two thousand five what we're seeing right now here twelve years later those homes are not being bill tony a fraction them had built arianna says experts warned bet line amid at felt line administrators about the problem years ago i i this is wsb 24hour continuing news there is gridlock in california far from the los angeles freeways it's in a place you would never expect to find it circling for hours luke traffic jam without every getting close to viewing the site said yeo seventy national park work crying integrative thing who were hoping to mitigate the problem you'll 70s overcrowded but despite weekend gridlock park employees continue to charge thirty dollars per vehicle spokesperson scott gettleman so it may mean going to another area of the park coming to the park later that day in a lotta communities around the parker's creeping to do stephan kaufman cbs news and it sports the braves beat the diamondbacks last night eight two five the teams meet again today wsb news time nine out three traffic and weather coming up next then money matters with wess moss point we call it the triple team traffic caused mary lee up with cameras everywhere on the wsb jam cam on on 75northbound triple team traffic on news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it.

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