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What Are The Health Effects Of The Smoke From Wildfires?

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

What Are The Health Effects Of The Smoke From Wildfires?

"Major concerns about healthy short term health effects of exposure to wildfire smoke can be serious for people with pre existing conditions like heart and lung disease. Doctor John Bombs, a member of the California Air Resources Board, says even healthy people have increased risk of infection. And that's not good. During the pandemic. We're worried about an increase in covert 19 cases. Because of this wildfire smoke bombs recommend staying indoors, running air purifiers and wearing in 95 masks if you have to go outside Matt Bigler for CBS

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San Francisco Leaders Push For Natural Gas Ban In New Construction

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

San Francisco Leaders Push For Natural Gas Ban In New Construction

"Was 10 years ago today that a massive gas pipeline explosion virtually destroyed a neighborhood in San Bruno. This case, CBS's Matt Bigler reports San Francisco City leaders are pushing for a ban on natural gas in most new construction instead of gas. The proposal would require all electric in new construction in San Francisco when feasible. One of those backing the ordinance, former San Francisco fire chief Joanne Hayes. White were big proponents of this because of the great risk that it has Death causes to the community and in terms of the environment, just sustainability and resiliency. Overtime, while clean burning natural gas is mostly methane, a greenhouse gas that scientists say is even more damaging than carbon dioxide. But hes white tells KCBS her main concern is fires fueled by natural gas are a public safety hazard. It's much more challenging to suppress the gas fueled fire. You cannot suppress it until the gas Is completely turned off more than 30 cities in California, including Berkeley, have already taken steps to limit the use of natural gas in new buildings.

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East Bay’s New Bus Rapid Transit Line to Bring a New Tempo to East Oakland

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:36 min | Last month

East Bay’s New Bus Rapid Transit Line to Bring a New Tempo to East Oakland

"So so perhaps perhaps a a strange strange time time for for it, it, but but that's that's what what the the schedule schedule said said A A C C transit, transit, launching launching its its new new rapid rapid bus bus bus bus rapid rapid transit transit line line called Tempo. Our mad Bigler in thes. Long light blue vehicles may look like buses, but transit officials would prefer you not use the B word. It's essentially light rail on rubber tires. Mike Hirsh, general manager of a C transit says the tempo system as it's called, arrives every 10 minutes, and they have their own dedicated bus on Ly lanes open. Transit on Ly Lane's. This is the inside of one of the new temple buses. It's very spacious. There's lots of room so hopefully you could be comfortable and social distance, I think is awesome. And I got the doors Tempo line has only been running since Sunday. And it's already made fans of Delilah Daniels and her son, Isaiah Temple, who's not a fan of the $231 million transit system. Some drivers on international Boulevard. Lulu is one of many who complain, aboutthe loss of two lanes of traffic. There's more traffic on the street, and it causes me. It forces me actually to write in the bus lane. Well, don't do that. Her says The buses are equipped with two front facing cameras. The operator can push a button takes a picture of your license plate. The sheriff's office will process the citation and you'll be mailed the citation Thie Tempo line will be free for the 1st 90 days. A thank you to the community for putting up with all the disruptions during construction. In Oakland, Matt Bigler, KCBS. Hey, CBS

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"S. this is Matt Bigler the bay area tech companies that are starting to lay off employees as a result of the pandemic case CBS news time seven fifty is the latest on sports now from Stephen it'll be interesting to see how it plays out at NASCAR tracks you've boy it sure will stand NASCAR with an announcement that not long ago we thought would never happen banning Confederate flags from all races and venues a common sight at NASCAR events for seventy two years it was announced before last night's race held without fans at Martinsville motor speedway I can't overstate enough what an historic day this is for NASCAR racing that the Confederate flag henceforth will be prohibited and not be allowed on NASCAR properties at NASCAR events but now there are no fans here at Martinsville speedway this evening but fans starting next weekend in Miami Florida and then in Talladega Alabama the following week we'll be allowed back one thousand at Miami next weekend five thousand fans at Talladega superspeedway the following week and so we'll see what this looks like that is a long time ESPN NASCAR reporter Marty Smith in the summer of two thousand fifteen the then president Brian France said we want to work to get Confederate flags out here they are insensitive symbol and at that same moment during that same weekend the most famous NASCAR driver possibly ever Dale Earnhardt junior was extremely outspoken in saying the Confederate flag is offensive to an entire race and it belongs in the history book the winner of last night's race was Martin Truex junior Bubba Wallace came in eleven th the gaze of lost one of their outstanding players from the nineteen seventies Claudel Washington at the age of sixty five prostate cancer was a World Series champion in nineteen seventy four is a nineteen year old rookie batting two eighty five and a year later made the American League all star team hitting three await with ten home runs seventy seven runs batted in and forty stolen bases had a very solid seventeen year career batting to seventy eight hit one hundred sixty four home runs with three hundred twelve steals at the Charles Schwab challenge Justin rose the leader right now three under par through four holes has a one shot advantage at the sports desks the bid KCBS let's say you just bought a house.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For decades Matt Bigler KCBS just ahead on KCBS I'm Jeffrey shall be the North Bay big cutbacks coming for smart trains so it should rename it something other than smart because that hasn't worked out for themselves CBS news time eleven oh eight first for traffic George Rask has all the details for us first for highway seventeen which is still recovering northbound north of big moody curve trying to get up toward Lexington reservoir conditions are much improved now southbound though they're setting up for road work so traffic slows from just before highway nine in Los Gatos southbound to the north and out of hospital curve the slow traffic is back on six eighty in the northbound direction that was down around alum rock now it's up near Hostetter so that leads me to believe this is either sweepers at work on the name it's north bound or it could be pothole crews working there trying to do some emergency road repair the ride on two thirty eight leading out to the Nimitz has cleared no longer delayed coming out of Castro valley westbound the new the Bayshore freeway also looks better now that our accident is been cleared southbound one oh one at Third Avenue we're still slow however through San Francisco in the south bound direction getting down through hospital curve for your ride dat heading south toward the Alamein the interchange there were to accidents on the southbound side of highway one oh one and that's why traffic is slow now from the north end of hospital curve just past the central freeway to lead just before two eighty your next update eleven eighteen the traffic leader K. C. B. S. are forecast in a word is simply hot we have a heat advisory in effect until seven o'clock tonight some areas could be as much as fifteen degrees above.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is Matt Bigler in Oakland to give the lake a break that's the message from the city to those who are not social distancing at lake Merritt it beats the purpose of why we're doing Showtime plays in the first eleven fifteen here's your sports line tonight with Kevin the NFL is considering improving draft positions for teams that hire minority head coaches and general managers under the plan a team would improve its third round pick by ten spots for hiring a minority candidate as general manager in six spots for hiring a minority candidate as head coach retaining minority coaches and GM's will be rewarded as well according to NFL dot com a team would move up five spots in the fourth round if its coach or GM was entering their third year on the job teams would also receive draft compensation for losing minority candidates to other teams this proposal was submitted by the league's diversity committee and is expected to be addressed during a virtual meeting next Tuesday would need twenty four thirty two votes in favor to pass Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes is said to be part of the virtual graduation ceremonies for Texas tech his alma mater the quarterback for the chiefs will address to graduates in a live stream the ceremony on may twenty third the homes was a record setting passer for the red raiders before the chiefs drafted him tenth overall in twenty seventeen what a pack at the sports desk Kevin Redditch KCB for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds as much as possible but what if you.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is Matt Bigler why the Supreme Court is allowing anyone to listen in live to oral arguments this morning KCBS first for traffic in Peter Schofield's on the beat this morning in for Kim at your local Honda dealers traffic center Pittsburgh just can't seem to shake off the long string of break up brake lights that we're seeing there in Pittsburgh highway four westbound this is between railroad Avenue in port Chicago highway it started earlier this morning with a grass fire on the right shoulder of westbound four at San Marco the fire department needed the two right lanes to put it out that's been done the lanes are open but now we have a crisis just popped up at the beginning of the backup this is west bound for at railroad a solo crash blocking the left lane after hitting the center divide so the sluggish traffic remains west bound for from railroad Avenue to port Chicago highway the Altamont pass five eighty westbound going in the Livermore direction at Northland road stalled big rig is blocking the right lane overall traffic is pretty much on the lighter side with shelter in place so I can see that you're getting around it okay and traffic looks better in Vallejo highway thirty seven west found that slow traffic we were seeing on the Mare Island bridge is gone so now it's an easy drive on thirty seven both directions between Vallejo and a bottle your extravagant dated eight eighteen on the traffic leader case Ernie and warming the weather the Darius store this week we'll get a little warmer each day will be into the nineties in the inland areas by Thursday or Friday today seventy seven in San Jose seventy one for a high in Oakland eighty in Concord and San Francisco.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Above water KCBS is Matt Bigler talked to the director of an East Bay preschool struggling without any help so far from the federal government we grounded Bernice and Joe play school in east Oakland is a lot quieter than usual these days enrollment has been cut in half as day care centers are only allowed to take in children of essential workers even though we have lots of families who are teachers and they're working from home and they're really needing you know or care they can't access the owner and director ana Rodriguez says she's had to furlough her staff she's been hoping the government will step in to help small businesses but we're getting no help for small business payroll funds quickly run out of money and Rodriguez says unless a second relief packages approved they may have to close before the shelter in place is over and so we we really need what will allow us to bring back our staff and get back to work so that when we are locked again nonessential workers will still be there I think that's really the bottom line in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS KCBS news time six thirty eight so that would be time again for traffic we checked back with him the best tool in your local Honda dealers traffic center Kim well let's begin this report with the better news in Albany on the shore freeway eastbound interstate eighty the connector to westbound five eighty all clear with a minor injury accident their van a broken axle at merging sea cruise all cleared out of the way now so no longer any delay in either direction on the issue or there is a matter of fact it was backed up into Berkeley and that we still have a residual back up in Oakland nearby eastbound five eighty just west of highway twenty four an accident has been cleared it is still a little sluggish though as you make your way in the eastbound at direction and still super slow unfortunately between Pleasanton and said knoll this is southbound six eighty and it's all related to the overturned big rig accident that happened at three o'clock in the morning and day it's just been monster project getting that out of the way so Caltrans says it by seven o'clock all the south bound lane should be re opened right now traffic has been squeezing through in just the left lane and that's why it's bumper to bumper there as you make your way towards no but once you get through and past eighty four interchange your fly and have been over the single grade in both directions between Pleasanton and Fremont and the smart train if you ride the smart train we do have a delay forty five minutes in each direction due to some mechanical problems and we're updating all of this information if you follow us on Twitter twenty four seven follow us at KCBS A. M. F. M. traffic next update at six forty eight on the traffic leader KCBS the coastal clouds and fog overnight but it's not going to get as chilly as it has been with lows in the low to mid fifties tomorrow temperatures.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is Matt Bigler with the KCBS special report twice some homeless think solar power is a bright idea we don't have to worry about where to charge and hang out in coffee shops key CBS news time twelve fifteen we had now do the case CBS sports desk and Bruce McGowan without Steph curry or Draymond green in the lineup the workers have little chance of beating the powerful and deep LA clippers one thirty one to one oh seven the clips one easily on Tuesday night at the chase center in the city it looks like the crowd was considerably smaller than normal perhaps because of the coronavirus crisis coach Steve Kerr was asked about that after the game I don't think we gave the fans much reason to cheer me we were down big right away it looks like the the crowd got bigger as the game went on I thought early as the game began it didn't look like there are many people here and then later in the game it looked like it was much more filled in we're out of that game pretty quickly so I didn't expect to feel much energy from the crowd good game for backup forward Dragan Bender who was signed recently to a second ten day contract he had a career high twenty three points and seven rebounds Andrew Wiggins had twenty one Kawhi Leonard led seven clippers in double figures with twenty three other key games around the league Brooklyn nets with Spencer Dinwiddie hitting a key shot at put Brooklyn ahead with under thirty seconds to play beat the Lakers in L. A. one oh four to one oh two Damian Lillard back in the lineup for Portland the open product with twenty five points Blazers a much needed victory at home one twenty one one oh five over the Phoenix Suns Celldex blew a nineteen point advantage but then held on for a one fourteen one eleven victory over the Pacers in Indianapolis finally in college played the St Mary's Gaels upset bid fell short in the west coast conference tournament championship game on Tuesday night in Las Vegas second ranked Gonzaga beat the rival gales eighty four to sixty six despite twenty seven from Jordan Ford of the Gaels at the sports desk Bruce McGowan.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"S. this is Matt Bigler with the KCBS special report how bay area homeless are tapping into the electrical grid at taxpayer expense it is dangerous is destroying twenty votes he will get you Harvey K. CBS news time three thirty one CBS news update U. S. markets may be ready to rebound after the worst single day drop in history triggered in part by corona virus fears Dow futures are up over one thousand president trump will ask Congress to pass a payroll tax cut substantial really very substantial relief that's a big that's a big number the White House says Mr trump has not been tested for the virus despite proximity to his new chief of staff CBS is Catherine Herridge lark meadows has confirmed directly with CBS news that he took a precautionary tests for Kobe nineteen and that it's come back negative he also confirmed that he is self quarantine for this fourteen day period and that will expire on Wednesday there are now seven hundred eighty six infections in the U. S. and twenty six deaths hard hit Italy is on lockdown CBS's animatronic of from Rome they can still do many things provided that they respect the droplet roulette is keep at least three feet away from other people so within their own communities they can go to work take public transportation or go to a restaurant CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez case CBS news time three thirty to the CDC says social distancing is one aspect of controlling and preventing the spread of coronavirus CBS evening news anchor Norah o'donnell discusses that with medical correspondent Dr Jon LaPook why is the CDC using that phrase social distancing and does it work well it's basically figuring out ways to keep us away from each other and there is evidence that it does work in the nineteen eighty eighteen flu pandemic cities that adopted it they had fewer mortality than cities that didn't so yes there's evidence you mentioned of course the flu which affects millions killed at least twenty thousand people here in the U. S. every year so explain why public health officials are so concerned about the corona virus well we are still concerned about the food when you're ready kills a lot of people but that is a difference right with the flu we know come spring come rain or shine it's going to start to die down so it's predictable that way and there is a vaccine and there's a treatment like Tamiflu with corona virus we don't know what's going to happen with the warm weather it may die down it may not there's no treatment known there's no vaccine and unlike the flu you can have some immunity from past flu seasons there's no immunity to this new coronavirus and what that all adds up to is uncertainty which Wall Street hates and Americans hate and John I have to get you to address the issue of these tests do we have enough tests are people going to be able to get the test to find out if they have corona virus are we getting near some sort of turning point on that we all hope so it's been very frustrating right now without these diagnostic kits I mean places like South Korea were able to test almost two hundred thousand people and here in the United States we were able to make a diagnosis and in places like Washington state where people have obvious symptoms but what's going on in the rest of the country is it possible that people have very few symptoms or even no symptoms until we have these diagnostic kits we're not gonna get our arms around it once we do get our arms around it will have the ability to figure out a better plan for getting it under control Dr Jon LaPook of CBS news with Norah o'donnell well the grand princess cruise ship is docked at the port of Oakland after being stalled out and see for the past ten days and KCBS Doug sovereigns as it will take another day or two to off load the boat has the giant light cruise ship tied up in a remote dock in Oakland's outer harbor passengers waved and cheered from their balconies one shared this video with KCBS as those aboard reacted to truckers at the ports honking.

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Bay Area sporting events affected by spreading Coronavirus

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Bay Area sporting events affected by spreading Coronavirus

"The spread of the corona virus is starting to have a big impact on sporting events and other large gatherings in the bay area KCBS as Matt Bigler has more on that part of the story Stanford University has announced it will either cancel or scale back large scale events through next month for example it will only sell enough tickets to fill one third of each sporting venues capacity this in response to advice from Santa Clara county's public health officer Dr

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Drugmaker readies possible coronavirus vaccine for testing

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:13 min | 7 months ago

Drugmaker readies possible coronavirus vaccine for testing

"One of the first possible coronavirus vaccines could be tested on humans this as efforts to quarantine people infected with the virus are coming under fire by medical experts KCBS is map Bigler has the latest the drugmaker Madera says it has shipped a potential vaccine for covert nineteen and the Massachusetts company says the government could begin early stage human testing in the U. S. so far over eighty thousand people have been infected by the highly contagious disease and Dr Amash adults jumped at the Johns Hopkins center for health security says the extensive efforts to quarantine people may have been a mistake it is absolutely not the right approach we know that this is a community spreading virus and these containment efforts are ultimately going to prove few tile the what we saw on the princess cruise ship was basically a shooting gallery for this virus to pick up passengers one by one and we increase case counts and actually have some depth because of it he tells KCBS health officials should be working to better prepare communities for the virus's spread getting hospitals ready and increasing vaccine development yesterday the number of infected Americans jumped from thirty four to fifty three nearly all involved former passengers bound the diamond princess cruise ship Matt Bigler

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San Jose State University unveils new housing plan for faculty, staff and students

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 8 months ago

San Jose State University unveils new housing plan for faculty, staff and students

"After years of negotiation San Jose state is announcing is taking over a state building your campus and turning into some much needed housing for students and staff this is Matt Bigler at San Jose state which will soon build eight hundred to twelve hundred new housing units on the site of the old all course building one block from campus SJSU president merry Papa's Ian says the existing three story building will have to be demolished it's just not a place that can be re hab they would be throwing good money after bad the announcement was applauded by the student homeless alliance vice president Brianna brown says they estimate about thirteen percent of the student body around four thousand students has struggled with homelessness in the past year I look around I see people laying in between the you know the aisles of the library and it's crazy because before I got involved in this I don't understand what that meant the university also plans to offer three million dollars in housing grants and starting in the fall it will open thirteen emergency beds for homeless students at San Jose state Matt Bigler

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Coronavirus spreads to 12 possible cases in U.S.

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:45 min | 8 months ago

Coronavirus spreads to 12 possible cases in U.S.

"Has begun testing residents for the potentially deadly deadly coronavirus KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us live that just one case has been confirmed in the US and that was of a Washington state man Tim holy Alameda county health officer Dr Erica pantiles KPIX by this is all precautionary currently we have less than ten patients who are what we call patients under investigation so that means we have already started to receive calls from clinicians about people who might have feeder and our restorations and those patients asked about possible ties to Wuhan China or now under home isolation is doctors away test results from the CDC in Atlanta the flu bug we're told has been ruled out the most important message unacceptable now is that there have been no confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and in Alameda county or nor that I'm aware of in the bay area precautions being taken at the port of Oakland as well as those medical screenings you've been hearing about it SFO the scary is real however as we hear from the chronicle that the Fremont fire department on Thursday issued an alert to dispel social media rumors of a spreading disease worldwide hundreds or sick several dozen or dead reporting live Tim Ryan quesadilla thanks Tim commuters breathing a little easier in Monterey county the highway patrol says it has arrested a man believed to be behind those attacks on cars along highway one of one of the print Dale area KCBS is mad bigger lied to explain how authorities are managed to break the cases stand after the most recent projectile attack earlier this month the C. H. P. was able to track a GMC pickup belonging to Charles Lafferty and authorities believe the fifty two year old prune Dale man is the person who's been smashing car windows on highway one a one in Monterey county his weapon I I have confidence we believe Mister laughter use a sling shot as well as glass marbles to commit these crimes CHP central coast chief LD maple says Lafferty would fire the sling shot at oncoming traffic while he was driving over eleven months five people were injured in the attacks including a child Monterey county supervisor John Phillips we feel really fortunate that there wasn't a greater injury and we were able to make the arrest and see this arrest made before there was much more serious injury that was just a matter of time now prosecutors have evidence to charge Lafferty with ten of the sixty nine attacks for which there is no motive reporting live Matt Bigler KCBS thanks Matt dozens of past and current Treasure Island residents are suing the city of San Francisco and the U. S. navy the suit claims authorities lied for years to residents about the extent of radioactive and toxic contamination on the island it's six two billion dollars in damages and to stop all building on TI until it is independently verified to be safe

US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

"Silicon valley's coming to the aid of twenty twenty campaigns internet security firm cloudflare is offering free cyber security tools to federal election campaigns with the goal of warning a repeat of the twenty sixteen election when Russian agents packed the Clinton campaign well I think it's fantastic Michael Kaiser is president and CEO of defending digital campaigns which is partnering with cloudflare help the campaigns will go out and do their work with a little more peace of mind that you know they're protecting their information they're protecting their candidates information and they can just focus on the work of a running a great campaign Matt Bigler for CBS news San

US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

"Silicon valley's coming to the aid of twenty twenty campaigns internet security firm cloudflare is offering free cyber security tools to federal election campaigns with the goal of warning a repeat of the twenty sixteen election when Russian agents packed the Clinton campaign well I think it's fantastic Michael Kaiser is president and CEO of defending digital campaigns which is partnering with cloudflare help the campaigns will go out and do their work with a little more peace of mind that you know they're protecting their information they're protecting their candidates information and they can just focus on the work of a running a great campaign Matt Bigler for CBS news San

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US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

"Susan Stannis San Francisco cyber security company is coming to the rescue of some political campaigns that are once again being threatened by hackers KCBS is Matt Bigler has more cloud flare a web infrastructure and security company based in San Francisco is announcing this morning it is offering free cyber security tools to federal election campaigns with the goal of awarding a repeat of the twenty sixteen election well I think it's fantastic Michael Kaiser is president and CEO of defending digital campaigns which is partnering with cloudflare help the campaigns will go out and do their work with a little more peace of mind that you know they're protecting their information they're protecting their candidates information and they can just focus on the work of a running a great campaign the security services include enhanced firewalls which defend that works from unauthorized access four years ago Russian agents hacked Hillary Clinton's campaign leaking sensitive emails and documents that were then used as political ammunition Matt Bigler

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US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

US firm offers free cybersecurity help to federal campaigns

"Susan Stannis San Francisco cyber security company is coming to the rescue of some political campaigns that are once again being threatened by hackers KCBS is Matt Bigler has more cloud flare a web infrastructure and security company based in San Francisco is announcing this morning it is offering free cyber security tools to federal election campaigns with the goal of awarding a repeat of the twenty sixteen election well I think it's fantastic Michael Kaiser is president and CEO of defending digital campaigns which is partnering with cloudflare help the campaigns will go out and do their work with a little more peace of mind that you know they're protecting their information they're protecting their candidates information and they can just focus on the work of a running a great campaign the security services include enhanced firewalls which defend that works from unauthorized access four years ago Russian agents hacked Hillary Clinton's campaign leaking sensitive emails and documents that were then used as political ammunition Matt Bigler

Task force recommends punishment for California cities that fail to get homeless off street

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:07 min | 9 months ago

Task force recommends punishment for California cities that fail to get homeless off street

"A homeless task force appointed by governor nuisances California cities and counties counties rather should be required to provide housing and shelter for the on house as KCBS is not bigger reports the group is proposing a constitutional amendment to the amendment would require that cities and counties provide enough housing to get every single homeless person off the streets it's a bold idea from the council of regional homeless advisors that woods possibly solve the state's housing crisis Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti told the council last year affordable housing should be as accessible as food stamps we do say if you're hungry there's universal access to food through food stamps we say you have a disability through S. S. T. I. N. SSI to some extent you have a universal access when it comes to housing in this country we don't have that you qualify for formal housing in America you have a one in four chance of getting help now there's bound to be pushed back from a local governments which would likely bear the cost of all the extra housing we're talking billions of dollars man amendment to California's constitution could be on the ballot this November but first two thirds of the legislature would have to approve if Matt Bigler

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Iranian Americans React To Escalating U.S.-Iran Tensions

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Iranian Americans React To Escalating U.S.-Iran Tensions

"Will a Ronnie and Americans are expressing concern about the growing hostilities with Iran KCBS is Matt Bigler has reaction from outside the Persian center in Berkeley we're here to stop protests have erupted across the bay area and the U. S. in the wake of the American drone strike that took out an Iranian general some Iranian Americans celebrated the assassination on Sunday saying that cause some soul of money was responsible for the killing of thousands in the Middle East here on Shattuck Avenue opinions ranged from indifference to downright fear well I'm very very concerned market Burgess son is a marine corps captain and she was worried that war with Iran could lead to his deployment and

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How to spend less time on your tech devices in 2020

KCBS Radio Overnight News

02:39 min | 9 months ago

How to spend less time on your tech devices in 2020

"Are you resolving to look at your phone a little less in the new year KCBS IMAP bigger has several tips for more healthier ways to use high tech including blocking those annoying spam phone calls one in six Americans receive spam phone calls and texts in twenty nineteen and phone makers are taking steps to stop those annoying interruptions the iPhone and Samsung phones as well as in Google devices have built in settings that let you automatically silence spam calls another app you can use is called high yeah it'll filter out spam calls and let you know what businesses are calling Sharon profis is executive editor at sea net she tells CBS this morning another tip for healthier tack is taking online classes to keep your brain learning new things in the new year and everything from cooking to comedy the older I get the more it becomes specialize in experts in one specific thing it's a really helps our brains we learn new things and you can do that through various online websites that are for courses and if you're trying to have less screen time in twenty twenty you might want to try this turn your phone to grayscale so apps look less attractive Matt Bigler KCBS to season pass holders at north star ski resort that filed a lawsuit against the resorts owner over new parking fees they say were unjustly imposed nor started it would be a charging fees for the first time this season at a major parking lot near the premium parking area the Tahoe daily Tribune says crystal by attorney Steve Kroll filed a lawsuit in December accusing Val resorts of fraud and a breach of contract well says they are already purchased their season passes when the new policy was announced so they shouldn't retroactively be subject to the fees congregants of a Palo alto African American church remain unsettled after disturbing incident last week KCBS reporter Betsy Gephardt says the property was struck by vandalism last Saturday Palo alto police got a call from the A. M. E. Zion church on Middlefield road reporting at least spray painted messages on walls and the church's courtyard the message is reportedly read YG's is why an expletive and another half legible script that may have said god causes pain pastor Colonna Smith reacted in a video on the church's Facebook page we don't know the what of the exact nature of it said we only know the impact dozens of congregants reacted on Facebook concerned about security Smith wonders why his church was here but half a dozen others nearby were not one

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This Decade in Tech

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

This Decade in Tech

"Area over the past decade has been the dramatic expansion of tech companies which has had a major impact on everything from housing to traffic for our bay area decade in review mini series reporter Matt Bigler takes a look at how the tech growth may shape the region in the future this past decade started out on a low note for the tech world Steve Jobs amazing man really sad to see him go but before the legendary apple co founder died in twenty eleven he made one last sales pitch to the Cupertino city council a giant new circular campers it's a little like a spaceship landed and twenty seventeen apple park as it's officially known was completed and twelve thousand workers move Dan that same year Google announced it wanted to expand into San Jose but those plans were met with protests not

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Could putting pebbles on beaches help solve climate change?

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:27 min | 10 months ago

Could putting pebbles on beaches help solve climate change?

"Sally could dumping tons of tiny green pebbles on beaches help deal with climate change one of the possible solutions being talked about in San Francisco KCBS is that bigger joining us live report this is happening just as a new report deliver some discouraging news on ocean as certification man good morning stand the waters off the California coast are is sit a fine at an alarming rate twice as fast as the global average that's according to a new report from know on oceanographer Lynn tally tell CBS news the ocean can only absorb so much more of the world's carbon emissions the ocean is really the heavy weight in the system it is where most of the heat goes but scientists meeting at a recent meeting in San Francisco the American geophysical union have a possible solution to reverse ocean acidification using a green volcanic rock called all the V. Eric master who co founded a project versa this year tells the carbon removal podcast those small green pebbles can chemically alter the acid molecules in sea water if enough of them are dumped on beaches so for each time this is amazing Matthew that really got me hooked his huge one time of the rock all of mine removed one point two five tons of CO two from the error of the water that is dissolved in the small may seem a little far fetched but according to the chronicle of California's top climate scientist are on board with this and they are calling for experiments to test this theory the theory and soon reporting live Matt Bigler

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Mercedes-Benz Self-Driving Cars To Hit The Road In San Jose

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Mercedes-Benz Self-Driving Cars To Hit The Road In San Jose

"Yet another car company is rolling out self driving vehicles Mercedes Benz has announced it will begin operating a fleet of self driving S. class sedans on the streets of San Jose for ride hailing Jody clean and director of lift self driving taxi program tell CBS news letting the car do the driving is becoming less scary for commuters forty thousand people have already done it this is becoming incredibly normal for people the luxury cars will have human safety drivers behind the wheel at least at first Mercedes says the goal of the project is to improve autonomous driving technology for its vehicle lineup Matt Bigler for CBS news San

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California bars insurers from dropping customers in fire-prone zones

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

California bars insurers from dropping customers in fire-prone zones

"California is banning insurance companies from dropping customers impacted by the state's recent wild fires CBS is Matt Bigler says the move is being cheered by homeowners across the state Sean Coffey recently bought a house in the Oakland hills where the fire danger is high he says it's been a struggle to find much less afford home insurance I know it's an issue that's affecting a lot of our neighbors that's why Californian Sharon's commissioner Ricardo Lara is announcing a moratorium on insurance companies dropping policies for homeowners who live in and around wildfire disaster areas a lot of people think this is about Malibu mansions or toggle ski chalets but it it is neighborhoods like this where the insurance crisis is really hitting all the more tore and will last for

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Up on KCBS. as Matt Bigler in San Francisco why homeless activists are protesting a visit by a top official in the trump administration. update on traffic tonight it's ten away to KCBS traffic and weather together in his job but we get five eighty eastbound road work as usual Greenville to San Joaquin county line that's seen a whole lot of the impact by that they may be getting a late start because of that but what we do have a problem with is eastbound and five you write about foothill San Ramon wrote word there of the stall possibly an accident one lane blocked traffic light enough so far not much of a delay but be prepared if you're headed to that till they can get that one cleared there is road were causing delays eight eighty south bound as you make your way on to two thirty eight to it's gonna just a few minutes to your trek through that stretch the same for north bound eight eighty a Jackson where there's road work under way there the big stretch of slow stuff that we're seeing now is going to be as you roll out of Palo alto on the peninsula make you wait one oh one north bound it's going to be slow up and threw redwood city the road work also apparently grabbing some attention from some folks headed south on a one on one we sing a bit of a delay there had a report of a stall in San Francisco this is eighty westbound add fifth it was the right lane blocked no confirmation it's been removed but there's not much of a delay there at this point the next traffic update ten eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS your bay area forecast increasing clouds and breezy overnight with lows in the fifties all of light showers tomorrow morning until mid day with clearing skies by lunch time mostly sunny by afternoon highs only in the sixties and seventies tomorrow but then warming back up again on Thursday traffic and weather together on the eight son all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty K. C. B. S. securities and advisory services offered through United planners financial services.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Matt Bigler KCBS a Sacramento woman is hospitalized after using a skin cream from Mexico that was laced with methyl mercury the forty seven year old woman bought the cause medic at a pharmacy in the Mexican state of police go she was hospitalized in July with numbness in the hands and face slurred speech and problems walking and her condition worsened at last report she was in a semi comma mercury is sometimes used to lighten skin and eliminate age spots but it's poisonous and it's reported that her blood contained five hundred times the acceptable level of mercury if you're driving through the fast food lane. Ali not looking for something healthy to eat here is Jim Chevy people don't want held the fast food new KFC found out the hard way after poor sales of three healthier alternatives were marketed in the U. K. the fast food giant spend ten million dollars installing ovens in its British outlets so that they could start selling baked and grilled meals as an alternative to the usual deep fried fair but the brazier grilled chicken sandwich the ranchers sandwich and a pulled chicken product of all failed to catch John now KFC is abandoning the project all together to focus on what people really want deep fried Jim Genevieve CBS news CBS news time three twenty five an artificial intelligence actually negotiate contracts some savvy investors are betting it can I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with inside business it sounds crazy after all what could be more human than the give and take of a contract negotiation but a start up called packed them uses artificial intelligence to automate exactly that process the software is intended for firms that have hundreds of thousands or millions of suppliers which means they've had to rely on standard contracts tweaking a few terms could be worth many millions of dollars but it has previously been just too cumbersome pack dump sites research showing that inefficient contracting because businesses between seventeen and forty percent of the potential value of each deal they sign the software analyzes each of the company's existing contracts then tries to predict what the vendors preferences are for example how much is he willing to trade overall revenue for the cash flow advantage of getting paid faster the software then presents several contract variations to the vendor and ask them to pick the version they prefer packed and claims it can start a conversation with five million suppliers and in fifteen minutes negotiate customized contracts for each of them and automatically update the contract terms and if you still think it sounds great. easy well it's being backed by the people who founded Skype which they sold the Microsoft for eight and a half billion dollars inside business on Geoff Colvin for CBS news. F. Y. I. hi I'm Jim Shannon B. C. B. S. news the legalization of recreational marijuana use has led to a bit of a problem for local law enforcement agencies how to determine when a driver is under the influence of pot of course there are the usual signs slurred speech red eyes reduced reaction times another motor function problems while it's easy to determine the effects of alcohol on the driver via blood or breath test there's been no scientific means to determine just how high a marijuana user is there are blood and urine tests available but what's really needed is ineffective and accurate breathalyzer for pot as because marijuana moves through the body in a different way than alcohol the psychoactive component leaves the blood very quickly but it lingers in the fat and in the brain meaning it continues to affect the person even if it doesn't show up in the blood field testing can also fall short chronic pot users may seem totally unaffected and easily passed such a test thanks for your information I'm Jim Chevy CBS news it all starts with.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is Matt Bigler why astronomers are telling people not to panic about a large asteroid passing by the other kids ten away than here sherry brown with a look at traffic road work out highway seventeen south bound we've still got slow traffic is to leave Los Gatos for a long stretch looks like they may be kind of wrapping up there but down the road read real big movie curve is where you get more slowing south bound day continues past summer road now and there's also a slowing in your northbound lanes approaching summer road and dead then there's a stretch of off highway seventeen southbound at pastor the Glenwood area between their Bethany park where it looks like they have closed at those southbound lanes completely I have a feeling there steering that traffic over into the northbound lanes better traffic appears to be fairly light Tracy it's still low super slow their highway for two oh five west bound all right now jammed from Byron road into the five eighty interchange highway four we've got this accident slowing everybody down from port Chicago highway east bound out to willow pass and then some slowing because of construction westbound at six eighty and backed it looks like a several of those ramps in that interchange or closed at the moment for road work next traffic update at ten eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS heavy coastal fog overnight partly cloudy skies around the bay and inland partly to mostly sunny and humid tomorrow with highs from the sixties of the coast seventies.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Up on KCBS. This is Matt Bigler in Oakland talking to mayor Libby Schaaf about why she supports overdose prevention centers. Coming up straight ahead. But right now at one eight first traffic update of the one o'clock hour say, good afternoon, Ken Vestal good afternoon. Our hands are full with heavy rain, even hail off, and on all around the bay area catching this all off guard and causing flooding so many solo spin s I cannot list them all here. Lot of extra congestion. If you're on the road and also the one hundred eighth in will beta breakers as we just reported that actually the finish line closes at one o'clock, and I can see that they've been reopening, so many streets that were shut down traffic now finally moving whale in both directions on the embark Darrow and nineteenth avenue is still struggling, those were your only north to south routes open during the race. South bay traffic has really been affected by the rain. We still have some flooding issues, especially on eighty northbound between Bascom and the Alameda. That's why it's backed up on the two eighty connector to northbound eight eighty the also have a crash wrapping up onto waiting north. Bound right before the Lawrence expressway highway seventeen earlier crash northbound after summit road is clear your ride in both directions. Over the summit right now looks good. It is backed up at the bay bridge toll plaza. If you are coming into the city metering lights are on, and then traffic stop and go across the upper deck. Your next update at one eighteen on the traffic leader case. Yes. Nice lady KCBS bay area news weather forecasts. We're looking at partly cloudy with some scattered showers this afternoon. Highs from the fifties to the lower sixties tonight, cloudy with some.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Growing gridlock. Matt Bigler KCBS say more from special report Goto, KCBS radio dot com. We now know the name of the man who was killed in a motorcycle crash following a chase Tuesday. He was thirty six year old Jose Vargas from San Francisco CHP says that a CPA officer tried to stop Vargas Tuesday morning on the bay bridge for speeding and for not having his license plate displayed orchestra away. And then crashed his bike into a box truck. No one else was hurt during the chase. With a crash in San Francisco pedestrian is at a hospital with life threatening injuries after being hit by a vehicle yesterday morning. That's going to say that the crash happened at about nine o'clock at the visit aero and so two streets in the lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. The driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with investigators a scooter company that was kicked off the streets of San Francisco last year seems to be pulling an and run now KCBS scholar. Terry reports from San Francisco's waterfront. Yeah. Out here on San Francisco's embarked Darrow where you see some scooter. A writers sprinkled here. And there the scooter company bird announced on Tuesday that they're going to launch this rental service where they will deliver scooters to your home. Now, any transportation relief is good says Eric in San to scooter riders. So I notice you have a scooter here you had to pick that scooter up somewhere in the streets. Right. What do you think about like bird actually renting their scooters out of delivering to your home? So you think that's a good idea? Absolutely. I think innovation and transportation is really necessary. San Francisco's been suffering from horrible transportation, my friend here. Just fifteen minutes to get here from the dog. Patch? Would you consider renting the scooter maybe I don't know the pricing of it twenty four ninety nine a month. Okay. Seems pretty reasonable. So. Yeah. But will the city approve transportation officials caught off guard with the announcement only scooter companies scoot and skip were given permits after bird scooters were pulled from the streets Paul roses with Muny? We learned about this new program yesterday and are going to get more details to determine whether or not it complies with existing.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is Matt Bigler talking to a survivor of the Columbine high school shooting as we approach the twentieth anniversary of the tragedy. Some of the memories are really, really vivid. Forty five. We update sports. Here's Bruce McGowan this update with hockey Toronto. Police have just one victory away from winning a Stanley Cup playoff round for the first time since two thousand four Austin Matthews. Kaz berry company and each scored third period goals as they may believes hell off the Bruins two to one Toronto leads that series now three games the to Colorado bashed Calgary five to one avalanche. Eliminate the flames in five games shorts. Meanwhile are back in action Sunday in Vegas. They need a win to force a seventh game coach Peter divorce says having a couple days off between games five and six could be a big help for his club. Yeah. It is in all we've got to use it. We've got to use it to get rest to get guys healthy, but also prepare in. Oh, I think we're going to have to find another level in our game. Obviously to win the game six in there. That's what the two days have to be used for to another big game involving a bay area. Team Sunday in the postseason has the warriors going up against the clippers in LA game four their series. And the warriors will try to take it three games to one lead. Unrig dollar was big. Off the bench in Thursday's one-sided win with fourteen points. Steve Kerr loves being able to depend on this thirty five year old great, credibly smart. He's smart players. I've ever been around at both ends that's one of the reasons he fits our team. So well, we've got weapons everywhere or good defensive team. And he's in the middle of all of that at both is but he helps his teammates. He makes everybody around him better because of his awareness in his knowledge to joy to watch hundred. Meanwhile, Russell Westbrook big night in Oklahoma city's one Twenty-one away victory over Portland. He had thirty three points at eleven assists. The thunder now trail in that series two games to one PASCAL, thirty points, eleven rebounds. Toronto now in front of Orlando, two games to one after winning ninety eight to ninety three and Jalen Brown. The former Cal Beerwah Twenty-three. Kyrie Irving edit nineteen Boston now up three games on Indiana one. Oh, four ninety six the final baseball giant Phillip Pittsburgh four to one medicine. Bumgarner ding for four runs in the first inning. Aaron Brooks also gave up four runs early in the second inning at Toronto Oakland fell to the. Blue Jays five to one sports fifteen and Forty-five news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. There's.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS. This is Matt Bigler how a state lawmaker hopes to turn Uber and lift drivers into employees instead of just independent contractors CDS first for traffic sponsored by Togo's. Big trouble in San Jose on two eighty. Here's Kim ES. They have confirmed that this accident involving a pedestrian is in fact, a Taliban, and we have multiple lanes closed. Let's go to Dave FOX. He is taking a look right now. KCBS inside of you. What do you got Dave really slow traffic right now? Southbound two eighty at mcglaughlin box wreck reportedly has hit this. Pedestrian, and of course, it has resulted in a death investigation will go on for quite some time. The three left lanes are blocked just the two right lanes available. Traffic already stacked up to eighty seven maybe a lane blocked northbound things backed up through the one on one interchange. If you happen to see whether lanes are blocked on the northbound side feel free to call the KCBS phone force at four one five three nine one KCBS that's three nine one five. Two. Two seven. Meantime chill. Not a body collision. Cam sees an injury accident blocking the slow lane. This is feeding right into that very slow traffic through Fremont, south eight eighty right before Maori. So the slow lane blocked is a transit bus and another vehicle and traffic has been very slow from union city, anyway, all the way down to this area. So we're also looking at a new problem coming in for San Francisco, northbound two eighty at Alumini, I report of an accident here and then Petaluma chimes in with a crash just clearing this from the second from left lane. This is south one zero one just before you get to peddle Luma bullet. Are north suddenly very busy late here in the commute. Your next update is at nine eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS. Let's go the day of unsettled weather, a scattered shower not out of the question through the afternoon hours might even see a lingering shower into the evening hours, clearing out overnight and a high pressure ridge begins to build in providing at least three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of dry and warming, weather, traffic and.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is Matt Bigler in San Jose tagging along with the mayor as he does a head count of the homeless. It's pretty stark out there. There's a lot of folks on the street. KCBS news time to thirty-one CBS. News update, extreme cold is bringing life to a standstill across a huge swath of the country. WD JT TV meteorologist, drew Burgoyne. Arctic air has arrived, and it is sitting and parking right over the mid west temperatures this morning in many spots close to twenty below. And no walkie Chicago Minneapolis at twenty three below and don't expect a major warm up as temperatures are enough to cause frostbite in as little as five minutes public schools. In Chicago were closed today. The district's Janice Jackson students safety is a top priority for our district and while cancellations can be disruptive. We will not hesitate to cancel classes. If we think we are unable to safely receive students schools are also closed in Shorewood, Wisconsin parents say they're ready. We got popcorns and watch Netflix fruit. To make that we can stay in at least six deaths across five states are blamed on the weather. CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news time to thirty two in here. Just for a little bit of perspective. It's fifty five degrees in downtown. San Francisco this morning and with the wind chill in some midwestern cities. It's minus fifty so we're one hundred degrees warmer than some of the mid western cities right now that is mind boggling the heads of US intelligence agencies went before congress yesterday. They differ from the president's positions on ISIS, Iran and North Korea CBS news correspondent Nancy Cordes reports. They also raise new warnings about Russia and China. We have one against ISIS. We've beaten that was President Trump just last month. Let call the sharing the order. I'd like by his handpicked intelligence team said he's wrong. Isis will continue to be a threat to the United States. Still command thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria, and it wasn't just ISIS CIA director Gina hospital and director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, contradicted. The president's you on almost every major global hotspot the Iran deal is defective at its core. At the moment, technically, they're in compliance take North Korea. Which President Trump insists is no longer a nuclear threat. That problem is largely solved leagues. His advisors said the opposite. We currently assess that North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities notably at this hearing on worldwide threats. They barely even mentioned illegal immigration, which Mr. Trump insists is the greatest threat of all kinds. More lives will be lost. If we don't act right now. Republican leaders downplayed the discrepancies. Does it trouble? You that the president appears to be so out of step with his own advisers when it comes to foreign threats, I didn't really follow the testimony. So I don't have any observations, but leader McConnell himself broke with Mr. Trump, urging him not to withdraw from.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eighty in Fremont. Matt Bigler kacie b ask him at a six year old Oakland girl hitting the head by new year. Here's morning gunfire. Still improving but KCBS reporter Doug sovereign says the cops now admit they may never be able to catch the person who fired that shot into the air shot in the head moments after midnight. The six year old girl is now in stable condition and expected to recover fully and she'll probably carry a souvenir for shooting for the rest of her life. They do not have any plans to remove the bullet. It will stay in her head. It's too dangerous. It's very high risk to remove that bullet Oakland police officer. John Watson says that complicates the effort to catch the shooter. There can be no ballistics testing on the bullet which was one of many celebratory shots detected by the city's shot spotter system in the area that night it is going to be difficult because there were multiple activation. We also know that bullet can travel a great distance. We know that can travel close to a mile some can go further than a mile, depending on the type of firearm weather to handgun a rifle. And also the caliber Watson says improving technology could help someday. But for now, probably no one will be held to account for this shooting in Oakland. Doug, sovereign KCBS. Meanwhile, Oakland police say they believe they're closing in on the two suspects involved. In a recent hit and run that sent a fourteen year old boy to the hospital with critical injuries. Charles green tells KPI x five he started recording. What was happening on his cellphone when he saw the boy crying. Out for help after he'd been hit by a car and dragged for four blocks the video shows a man and a woman standing outside the car looking at the teenager and then getting back in and driving away leaving the boy in the street. Green says the whole thing is really unbelievable. Who does this? You know, what.

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"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"matt bigler" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eighty in Fremont. Matt Bigler KCBS sank you man. And do let's do check in with Peter real quickly. Peter Matt is in the backup. What's it? Like when you look at the big picture all around. Well, he'll be in that backup for about thirty minutes, and they have shut down the exit. They were using at Fremont Cushing. So the corner can get in there and finish the job. I would suggest six eighty northbound to get past the whole thing. Okay. Thanks, peter. Back for a full traffic update in three minutes. Still a mess though. Northbound eight eighty in Fremont with all lanes closed following a fatal crash this week. We've been telling you an awful lot about how the partial government shutdown leaving trash bins, overflowing at national parks and recreation areas. Well in San Francisco, we have a developing on that front KCBS reporter, Holly Kwan live at aquatic park in the city with word that city, crews are going to start dealing with this mess. Holly. Standards a big tourist area right next to the wharf endured Ellie square and ever since the shutdown. The trash has been piling up. Now comes word that public works. Crews are going to start taking up the slack collecting out. It lands end and here around the park a big relief to the early rowers and swimmers by Chas differentiate, San Rafael who says the extra trash has been a playground for skunks opossums records city, crews are only servicing areas easily accessible, so if you're going out on the trails, they're still asking you to take your trash back out with you. I would say good for the city. Somebody's gotta do it and it. Yeah. I mean, it has to be done. This is day. Fourteen of the partial government shutdown live at San Francisco's aquatic. Our colleague Juan KCBS KCBS has learned the operators of San Francisco's beleaguered Salesforce transit center are a major step closer to repairing flawed steel beams at the facility, which has been closed to the public down for over three months in our exclusive report KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub says a team of structural engineers. Has signed off on a repair plan. Although no date for the centers. Reopening has been announced Christine fell the with the transbay joint powers thority, which operates the terminal says engineers have signed off on a fix their pair is going to consist of some steel plates and above and below the problem areas, it's gonna be really looked like a splint perhaps some. To put it in layman's terms, but it has been approved by the independent peer review panel for procuring steel. And once that is. Those repairs are complete evil. We'll see I treat and Fremont street. They will they will not see those shoring systems anymore. They will be able to be removed, but fell says there is no set date for repairs to begin. And even when they are completed. I a team of engineers must approve the next step independent reviewers are really gonna tell us where.

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