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"mckinsey anderson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"mckinsey anderson" Discussed on KCRW

"It's six fifty one. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm lily Jamali. The Trump administration has abruptly cancelled millions of dollars in federal funding for fetal tissue research at UC, San Francisco as Kiedis Peter Jon Shuler, reports bay area congresswoman, Anna issue is sharply critical of that decision. The department of health and human services announced it was ending the decades-long partnership between UCSF and the national institutes of health, the program uses human fetal tissue to look for a cure, for HIV the department statement, sites, the Trump administration's priority of promoting the dignity of human life SU who chairs the house, subcommittee, that oversees that apartment says an statement that the decision puts politics over progress. She says fetal tissue research has led to numerous vaccines and treatments that save millions of lives and calls the move a blow against science for the California report. I'm Peter Jon Shuler federal. Prosecutors have indicted sixteen alleged members of one of California's most notorious prison, gangs, the area and brotherhood, the charges were unsealed yesterday. Bay area news group reporter Nate Gartrell says they include racketeering, and if a Ryan of other crimes everything from drug smuggling into prison to fairly sophisticated plots to take cellphones and other contraband into prison cells, as well as straight up murder plots some of which were carried out and some of which thirties intercepted and saved the intended victims from having any arm come to them. Although six of the defendants are already serving life sentences and three others are also in prison. Gartrell says if convicted on these charges they would likely be transferred to maximum security, federal facilities, effectively shutting them off from further gang activity. Let's head north now to Butte county where around two hundred paradise high school students graduated last night. It was a homecoming for students who haven't been able. To attend school on the campus since November's campfire, seven months after that tragedy last night, students to celebrate the milestone for member station. K RCB Adia white has the story. Students from paradise highs class of twenty nineteen we're giddy filed into two lines senior McKinsey Anderson stood in a sea of green and white roped graduates, all very homesick, and we're back home graduating, I feel really exciting thing after the campfire raise the town of paradise last November these seniors were shuffled from an online learning classroom to spare building Chico airport their schools to damage by the fire to return, but thanks to a hefty donation, the football field was repaired in time for fashion. Senior Sophia defended at DOE. Never thought she'd be able to accept her diploma on our home campus. I've been waiting for this day since my freshman the air. And when the fire happened that it wasn't gonna graduating here wasn't gonna happen. So. It out when they told us graduating here got really excited like so many of her classmates, even though last or home, the campfire her family now lives in a two bedroom apartment and Chico where she shares a room with her brother, I lived in this in that home, the one down for thirteen or fourteen years. So the bay a change, and we moved to what would be a city compared to paradise, and it's very different. It's you hear people in the middle of the night, which is something, I would not here. Site that just to that, both, even though Anderson will be attending college in the fall, neither assure what they will study yet. But right now that doesn't matter despite the destruction all around them. They've made it through the school year. For the California report. I'm Adia white on the football.

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"mckinsey anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mckinsey anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Morning. I'm lily Jamali. The Trump administration has abruptly cancelled millions of dollars in federal funding for fetal tissue research at UC, San Francisco as KiKi Peter Jon Shuler, reports bay area congresswoman Anna SU is sharply critical of that decision. The department of health and human services announced it was ending the decades-long partnership between UCSF and the national institutes of health, the program uses human fetal tissue to look for a cure for HIV the depart. Statement sites. The Trump administration's priority of promoting the dignity of human life SU who chairs the house, subcommittee, that oversees that apartment says an statement that the decision puts politics over progress. She says fetal tissue research has led to numerous vaccines and treatments that have saved millions of lives and calls the move of blow against science for the California report. I'm Peter Jon Shuler, federal prosecutors have indicted sixteen alleged members of one of California's most notorious prison, gangs, the area and brotherhood, the charges were unsealed yesterday. Bay area news group reporter Nate Gartrell says they include racketeering, and variety of other crimes. Everything from drug smuggling into prison to fairly sophisticated plots to take cellphones and other contraband into prison cells, as well as straight up murder plots some of which were carried out and some of which thirties intercepted and saved the intended victims from having any harm comes. To them. Although six of defendants are already serving life sentences and three others are also in prison. Gartrell says if convicted on these charges they would likely be transferred to maximum security, federal facilities, effectively shutting them off from further gang activity. Let's head north now to Butte county where around two hundred paradise high school students graduated last night. It was a homecoming for students who haven't been able to attend school on the campus since November's campfire, seven months after that tragedy last night, students got to celebrate the milestone, from member station. K RCB, Adia white has the story students from paradise highs classes, twenty nineteen giddy filed into two lines senior McKinsey Anderson, fitness, e green and white robes, graduates, all.

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"mckinsey anderson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mckinsey anderson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The job market continuing to grow payroll company. ADP says companies across the US at at one hundred and eighty three thousand jobs last month. Also growing though, the trade deficit Commerce Department says the trade gap jumped close to twenty percent in December pushed the gap for all of two thousand eighteen to a ten year, high Sherry Preston. ABC news seven forty four K F B K paradise high school as trying to figure out how to spend twenty three thousand dollars earned from auctioning off a hat signed by President Trump paradise high school senior, McKinsey Anderson and other students want to see the money used to create something memorable our last year, and we wanted to go out strong, and then the fire happened. And so I feel like this will help us a lot. I want to see if we can graduate field. Because like, I know a means a lot to our seniors. Republican Representative Douglas alpha attended, President Trump state of the union address where it was able to get a paradise high school hat signed paradise high didn't burn, but it has been ruled unsafe because of the danger of falling. Trees seniors want to fix that. So graduation can be held their Veronica Carter, NewsRadio KF PK, California. Fire officials want to dramatically increase, the removal of dead trees and other forest management practices to reduce fuel for wildfires. And they're calling on the national guard to help with the effort. Yeah. In fact, they've been trying to do this for some time right now because of the overgrowth they've seen the California Department of forestry and fire protection on Tuesday released a list of thirty five priority fuel reduction projects across the state over roughly ninety thousand acres Sacramento's food scene is well known locally. But now the world will find out why we are called the farm to four capital that recognition will come. When Michelin expands. It's California restaurant guide to include Sacramento, visit Sacramento CEO, Mike, Testa says it's a measure of respect few other US cities have seen if you look at the cities there in in the United States. It's pretty impressive company that Sacramento is joining though cities include Chicago, New York, and San Francisco Testa says Michelin inspector's have already been through Sacramento. We'll look to put a book out in June of this year. We don't know which restaurants they've been through. We don't know who or if anybody will earn stars Michelin inspector's are notoriously secretive and absolutely not allowed to talk to the media. So we won't know which eateries will make the list or if any will earn stars until the guide is out this summer. John Brennan, Z NewsRadio B K..

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