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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Megan gold Spey. Here's what's happening San Francisco's police chief is trying to explain the may tenth raids of journalists home and office, that first advocates have called illegal KCBS gentlemen reports on the ongoing investigation into a leak about public defender, Jeff Adachi death Bill Scott said leaks happen all the time. And he understands that journalists work with them, but he said, police believed the journalist who obtained information and sold stories about the scene of the public defenders death was a co conspirator, not a passive recipient definitely. We believe that an SF employee was a part of this. He said, investigators do not yet know who in their department interacted with Brian Carmody, who has refused to reveal his source in accordance with California's shield law. We believe that, that contact and that interaction. Across the line. It went past just doing your job as a journalist Scott would not explain how and the affidavits in support of the search warrants remain under seal attorneys for Carmody and first amendment groups have asked to unseal and quash the warrants that to San Francisco judges approved a third San Francisco, judge has scheduled, a June tenth hearing on their requests in San Francisco, gentlemen, KCBS, the state of California is fighting back against the Trump administration's attempt to cancel almost one billion dollars in funding for high speed rail. KCBS political reporter, Doug, sovereign says the governor is asking the federal courts to let California, keep that money for roughly, the fiftieth time, California is suing the Trump administration this time governor Newsom accused President, Trump of playing politics with legitimately appropriate money, nine hundred twenty nine million dollars that congress authorized to help California build high speed rail. Trump wants the money back. The governor says it's petulant move by petulant president who seeking political retribution for California's resist. To his immigration policies. Reimbursing local fire.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Card the card that takes you there. What's in your wallet capital? One Bank USAA. A Megan gold's be unwise hovercraft could be the future of travel in the southern half of the San Francisco Bay. The Super Bowl is set time for sports with Joe Hughes championships Sunday in the NFL. It's supposed to give us the two best teams from each conference having to scratching claw and equally gifted opponent for a chance to play in a Super Bowl. That's exactly what we got on Sunday with both the NFC and AFC championship games decided in overtime for the first time in NFL history. The patriots and Rams survived to meet in Super Bowl fifty three. Giving us a Boston L A match for a championship. Just like we had when the Red Sox beat the dodgers in the last World Series, and the NBA defining rivalry between the Celtics and Lakers New England heading back to the Super Bowl for the third time in four years. Patriots won the coin toss in overtime on Sunday. And if you give Tom Brady a chance in the postseason, you're gonna have some trouble the Forty-one-year-old QB took the ball and led the patriots on a seventy five yard drive to win the game with this touchdown returns. Gets the touchdown. All the time. Touchdown by Rex. Dynasty continues. Patriots. Kevin Kugler on the call for Westwood One. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick heading to their ninth Super Bowl. They'll meet the Rams is slipped past the saints twenty six twenty three after a blown call by the officials in the fourth quarter missing an obvious pass interference left the door open for L A and their kicker. Greg the leg. For the Super Bowl. And although Rando. Got it. Superbowl co Los Angeles Rams comeback. Occurs time. They've taken the lead. Is on the game winning field goal. Kevin Harlan on the call for Westwood One. Ramsden patriots in two weeks. ESPN says the patriots fan is already bought eight seats the fifty yard line for the game..

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Find KCBS Megan gold's be unwise hovercraft could be the future of travel in the southern half of the San Francisco Bay. CBS sports with Joe Hughes who got very representation at the Super Bowl this year. We have a lot of bay area representation at the Super Bowl. And that includes Tom Brady who when he faced the Rams in his first Super Bowl back in two thousand and one he had made just fourteen career starts passed for two thousand eight hundred yards and had just eighteen passing touchdowns now as he prepares for his ninth Super Bowl appearance. Eighteen years later, he's got seventeen years later. I should say he's got two hundred and seven wins more than seventy thousand passing yards and over five hundred touchdowns outside of the patriots. Tom Brady has more Super Bowl appearances than any other franchise in NFL history next closes the Steelers with eight on Sunday Brady throwing for three hundred and forty eight yards one touchdown. He was intercepted twice a third one was wiped away by a penalty. But he led the patriots on touchdown drives of sixty five and seventy five yards in the. The fourth quarter and overtime as the patriots beat the chiefs thirty seven thirty one in a back and forth. Thrilling game New England won the coin toss in overtime. Never looked back Brady the only QB in NFL history with three overtime wins in the postseason all three of them. The opponents never even saw the ball played really. Well, today, we're going to even more great way to end it. I was prize excited as I've been in a long time Brady was jubilant in the victory. So Tom Brady heads to Atlanta in two weeks looking for his sixth Super Bowl win. And he'll be facing. The Rams the franchise. He won his first Super Bowl against back in two thousand and one Brady shied away from historic comparisons. But did offer his early scouting report on the team third grade team? I mean, I haven't studied them for for one second all year. So we'll get to work on then tomorrow to get to this point is extremely difficult. You know, they face some challenges. They've got a great team. Great running back right offense. Great defense. So well-coached can be a great game. Super Bowl Sunday will Mark seventeen. To the day of the first Rams patriots Super Bowl Tom Brady and Jared Goff. The Rams quarterback represent the largest age gap between opposing Super Bowl quarterbacks at seventeen years seventy two days sports at fifteen and forty five and all news one six nine AM, seven forty KCBS..

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Newswatch rolls on in the city of Santa Rosa is dealing with a housing shortage. Like, of course, many parts of the bay area. But the disastrous fires of two thousand seventeen made a bad situation. A lot worse now KCBS is Megan gold's be reports. The city is moving ahead with plans to change the downtown area, specifically changing the density allowances for new buildings downtown. I the city hasn't been up to the new state standards for how many units building owners can create on a given property. The council has voted unanimously to move ahead with plans that would allow developers to double the number of market rate. Units allowed if they build enough for housing says Santa Rosa supervising planner. Jessica Jones, really what this ordinances trying to do is to. Be part of the broader citywide effort to address the housing issues in the council's housing goals. She says the density changes would be coming to downtown near transit with the idea of reducing sprawl and making the now sleepy downtown area. More vibrant that was the goal that started before thousands of people lost their homes in the fall of twenty seventeen. Now takes on more urgency council member, Julie combs, this density. Bonus ordinance update is a key need to key goal that our council has had in stimulating housing in Santa Rosa. This is this is a major piece of that. The city is also voted to reduce fees for new buildings and is expedited processing for some residential developments. Megan gold, speak KCBS, new team of overnight workers is trying to help homeless people who end up sleeping on Bart trains or and Bart stations because they have nowhere else to go. Bart spokesperson Alicia tros telling Kate. PIX five team is based in contra Costa county, and is especially focused on the end of the line stations in Richmond and Antioch is working with.

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"One six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's nine twenty one stand for years after the south Napa earthquake destroyed around sixteen hundred buildings including large swaths of downtown Napa. The Napa county courthouse has reopened at last KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub took a tour of the structure which dates back to the year eighteen seventy nine. Workers were still cleaning up the grounds surrounding the grand courthouse yesterday, a centerpiece of nap as downtown court executive officer bub flesh been took be inside for a tour one of the courtrooms. This is one of the historic rooms in our eighteen seventy nine courthouse. It has been restored to exactly how it looked pre earthquake. The old courthouse was so damaged in the earthquake workers had referred a decades old black and white photographs meticulously, recreating banisters and railings and desks of how it looks as many things were damaged cracks in the walls. There were parts that fell off the building. Now a treasure has come back to life in downtown Napa and there's so much pride for for this facility in the community being as storage facility. And the amount of time and effort that's gone into restoring in downtown Napa Jeffrey Schaub KCBS you've been paying attention to the forecast today. You know, another storm is about to hit northern California. They're talking maybe another couple of feet of snow in the Sierra over the next few days and this following an epic mess on interstate eighty Sunday into Monday when they had to shut the freeway down entirely KCBS is making be with some thoughts with the next storm on the way sent out a Facebook message on Sunday telling drivers if you are stuck in the traffic queue. It's time to develop an action plan for the evening. Staying parked in the town of Truckee or on the interstate is not a safe option for you. I asked national weather service meteorologist, Robert Barra folly. We're looking at similar conditions today. Certainly potential for that to happen. Again, the snow levels they said we'll be a little bit higher, but they'll still be low pass levels. So your best shot. He says is to try to leave before noon, if you're headed to talk show, or if you can't to wait until Thursday, and no matter when you're driving to Tahoe this month extra. The food water warm clothes and carry chains, gentleness, some emergency supplies to tide you over if you get stuck somewhere up there does it may be a wet El Nino winter. But then again, he says it may not scandal. Relative term because we're more abnormal than we are normal. Megan gold, speak.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Ban. Reporting live at SFO, Megan gold, speak KCBS. Thank you. Megan won't. Did you see it at around sunset tonight at about five thirty we've got several calls into the KCBS newsroom from people who saw what they thought was an explosion in the sky the contract of something was meandering towards earth. Some speculated it with a rocket, but we checked with Vandenberg Air Force base. And they said it was not them. Then came speculation. It might have been a meteor checked with UC professor of astronomy, Alex, Fulham Penco. And yes, he says, that's what it appears. It is the baseball sized meteor or fireball was breaking apart as an entered the earth's atmosphere, and it was so visible. He says because it happened at sunset was after sunset for people down on ground. But way up there. Forty or so miles up the sun hasn't set. So those particles can reflect sunlight, and that's what's what's causing the the streak to glow for quite some time. And then it looked kind of weirdly shaped. And that's because they're winds up there that move the particles around, and alter what was initially a straight line into sort of a curvy patterns calls into the newsroom came from all parts of the bay area's for south of San Jose. And as far north as Nevado Penco says little if any of the meteor would have hit the earth. He says it likely broke into pebble sized pieces. San Francisco mayor London breed is defending her decision to write a letter to governor Jerry Brown, asking him for leniency for her brother. He CBS reported says the mayor's brother is in the middle of serving a long prison sentence for manslaughter and other charges mayor retails KCBS, she wrote to governor Brown to ask him for mercy for her half brother Napoleon Brown who was convicted of pushing a woman out of car traffic in two thousand on the goal. Golden Gate Bridge where she was struck and killed as a three strikes fell in Brown was sentenced to forty four years and he's not eligible for parole until twenty thirty two but pre-disaster governor Brown to recommend is early release. The mayor tells KCBS she knew this letter could subject to criticism, of.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Megan gold, speak KCBS, various families are going stir crazy keeping kids indoors because of the smoky air KCBS has Matt Bigler talked to some parents and kids at Oakland's lake Merritt. Families were few and far between at lake merits many playgrounds as parents seem to be heeding the advice to keep kids indoors. Should we be leaving soon because everyone else is Felicia says she just had to bring her three-year-old daughter to the park despite the smoke we've been indoors the past since Thursday Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday we wanted to come out for a minute, but Walter Wallis with the bay area air quality management district says those health warnings are no joke, especially for kids mainly because they tend to breed a lot faster and a lot more often than adults are taking more. So with the air quality being so bad. When kids are outside. They're going to be susceptible to being impacted more often. He says developing bodies are more susceptible to getting asthma. Children's fairyland was closed over the weekend due to poor air quality. But some indoor arts museums in San Francisco were opening for free giving families a place of refuge away from home in Oakland. Matt Bigler KCBI CBS news time eleven twenty five apple and the tax led a Monday retreat on Wall Street. Don indications demand for iphones may be softening. The Dow Jones industrials fell six hundred two points or two point three percent. Twenty five thousand three hundred eighty seven the NASDAQ closed two hundred six points or two point eight percent, lower the S and P five hundred lost fifty five points or two percent. Jeff kleintop of Charles Schwab tells Bloomberg some of the market's weakness can be traced to global monetary policy. None of the major central banks are looking to implement stimulus next year everywhere around the world. This slowdown is becoming further entrenched. And that means the market becomes more. Vulnerable. The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco season interest rate hike next month, and Mary Daly, told Bloomberg she would not be surprised if at least to rate hikes were needed in two thousand nineteen General Electric CEO. Larry Culp went on CNBC to try to reassure investors..

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02:32 min | 2 years ago

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"News time three fifty. I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning any buyer. San Francisco police are looking for six people, including three women who beat a man to death over the weekend and Burnaby heights KCBS has Megan gold's be has more. It happened at mission and twenty ninth street sit around two thirty Sunday morning. A twenty year old male got into a physical altercation with six suspects and those six suspects injured the mail the mail was then transported to the hospital for life threatening injuries. As at BDO officer rubber Rebecca says at least three of the suspects were women. According to witnesses that they're trying to work out who the other three were still trying to gather more evidence and try to piece together what we do know of the incident using whatever surveillance video they can find in the area. No weapons were used. Just the attackers hands don't know what led up to this. This assault. Movie if we don't know what the motive is. So again, you know, we if anybody has information regarding this we we would love to speak with them. Megan gold, speak KCBS. San Francisco fficials are testing the tap water in the sunset district after results from a home test raised concerns a resident purchased a home testing kit and says it came up with pesticides or detected a certain level of pesticides. The San Francisco PUC is testing the water now simply as a precaution. Nearly eighty five percent of the city's water comes from the Sierra and Monterey County. Health officials have another sewage issue that they're dealing with post to the fecal matter advisory at three beaches, including moderate municipal, San Carlos speech and Carmel water samples tested positive for high bacteria levels. Visitors are asked to avoid recreational water activities until that threat passes as if officials want the public to create a tribute to supervisor Harvey milk who was murdered at city hall forty years ago, Casey. CBS has Doug sovereign says they've decided to crowd source part of the redesign of terminal one. When terminal ones renovation is complete in twenty twenty two. It'll only be a gleaming glass state of the art airport hub little.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"At the coast tomorrow, sunny and mild with a little bit warmer weather on Sunday. I'm John Evans. Good evening. Here's what's happening tonight as Florence approached the coast of the Carolinas this morning house, minority leader Nancy Pelosi called on the Trump administration to do a better job there. Then was done in Puerto Rico KCBS has Megan goals. Be report called for thoughts and prayers for those dealing with the storm, but also quickly turned her statements towards the president who tweeted that the most recent death toll in hurricane Maria was made up to make him look bad suffering endured by our fellow Americans over the past year has been a challenge to the conscience of our nation. It President Trump tweet yesterday that the death toll of three thousand people three thousand Americans was made up to discredit his presidency. Think about that. Trey over that think of the people who are affected by that. And she joined with other leaders pleaded for the administration to focus on the victims the attitude from the administration from Republican congresses unacceptable. We have a moral obligation to do better not only to finish the job. Employers can the Virgin Islands, but to prevent the same type of inadequate response from ever happening again. Megan gold, speak KCBS. Urban search and rescue teams from the Menlo Park. Fire protection district returned home from Hawaii today after responding to hurricane Livia, and as they were getting settled in other teams took off for the Carolinas to pitch in on relief efforts related to hurricane Florence last year. The crews from Menlo Park responded to three hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico and making good on an idea first floated more than forty years ago governor Brown made an announcement today at the final day of climate the climate summit in San Francisco KCBS, Doug sovereign. So the governor wants California to send a fleet of satellites.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Megan gold's be on. How some local companies are offering transit freebies to coincide with the climate summit in San Francisco. KCBS news time five forty six. Said from the sports desk and check in with Steve Victor, good morning. Good morning to you stand. Daniel Menken five hitless innings five pitchers combined on one hitter or Olsen hit his twenty sixth on rendering at ten run. Third inning Camden Yards and the as rolled over the Orioles tend to nothing they've won six in a row and they pulled to within one game of the Yankees for that top wildcard spot and the right to host that wildcard game Yankees. Lost in Minnesota three to one the Red Sox. Magic number to clinch the AL east down to seven as they have their first one hundred win season since nineteen forty six David price with his fifteenth. Win went seven and a one nothing win over the Blue Jays Craig kimbrel work, the ninth for his thirty nine. Save Red Sox are one hundred and forty six Houston wanted to Troy five four to stay three up on the as in the west the Red Sox on a walk off two run Homer by DJ. Lemay Hugh beat Arizona five to four dodgers avoided a seven game season. Sweep of the. Reds with an eight to one route at Cincinnati LA stays game and a half back of Colorado. Arizona three and a half MAC and the cubs lead in the NL central down to a single game again Curtis. Granderson single tripled homered scored. Three brewers one at Wrigley five to one. Josh hater struck out the side of the eighth to improve to six and one. He struck out the side in the seventh and eighth in the brewers went on Monday night at AT and T earlier pinch-hitter Tyler flowers at Enfield single, drove home, the go ahead run in the ninth brewer's the Braves rather beat the giants to two one giants have lost eleven straight their worst losing streak since moving west in nineteen fifty eight Seattle won its third WNBA title last night with a three game sweep of the mystics and suburban DC ninety eight to eighty two the final brianna Stewart had thirty sports at fifteen and forty five and all news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS helpings.

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05:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Thousands of reasons to be thankful for our weather and our climate around here in the bay area. We're witnessing two of those reasons now Hawaii under the threat of a tropical storm and the east coast of the US under a threat of a major hurricane. We don't get hurricanes around here because our ocean is so chili and chili ocean and the breeze from it will be on the increase tomorrow. And that's one of the reasons why we won't be as warm highs in the eighties inland. Tomorrow sixties to low seventies near the bay and fifties to low sixties at the beach will cool down even more the two days of the week will be Wednesday and Thursday sixties near the bay and highs only in the mid seventy s inland. That's well below average for this time of year. We'll gain a few of those degrees back Friday Saturday Sunday, but likely still say on the cooler side of average through the weekend, I'm meteorologist Paul again oath KPI KCBS forecast right now, our temperatures San Francisco, it's sixty four San Jose sixty eight Oakland showing sixty four currently in Redwood City seventy four mountain. View sixty six nap ad sixty nine and San Rafael reporting Seventy-three, traffic and weather together on the eighth and all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS news time now eight twenty. Well, it's been six years since San Francisco based common sense released. Its first study how teenagers are being affected by social media. Now KCBS has Megan gold's be reports. A new study out today is is a sharp contracts to the twenty twelve reports the biggest change how many more teens are using social media all of. Media. Whether we like it or not. Beck says gyms dire the founder of common sense seventy percent of the teens surveyed used social media several times each day. The exposure may explain why they seem to be getting better at handling the negatives. That can come with it. Are now more aware of some of the haggard onto of inappropriate behavior are too much use on their social emotional wellbeing. For example, one in five team drivers say they check social media while driving and fifty seven percent say it distracts them while they should be doing their homework. A full seventy two percent believe social media companies are manipulating users to keep them online longer. Still twenty five percent of teens surveyed say social media makes them feel less lonely. Three percent said it makes them feel more lonely. The majority say social media has no effect on their feelings. But says Sierra Baluchi executive editor of parenting, content and common sense. Pay a little bit more attention to how they feel when they're using. Megan gold's be KCBS. The beginning of the school year brings extra challenges for children and teenagers. KCBS is Rebecca corral reports on what adults can do to try and prevent everyday stresses from turning into something tragic suicide among young people is increasing in this country. It's the second leading cause of death for those five to twenty five years of age. But rather than be paralyzed by fear? There is something parents and anyone who has a young person in his or her life can do to help. We always want to look for changes in the Hager in patterns of sleeping or eating or just kids who are showing a little bit different personalities than they had in the past. Withdrawing from the types of activities, they really enjoy doing clinical psychologist John Ackerman from the center for suicide prevention and research at nationwide children's hospital says if you see any signs find a way to talk to the child or teen, and you don't need to beat around the Bush. If you ask direct questions kids who are under tremendous amounts of distress. And who are experiencing the burden to the point that they're not sure whether life is worth living. They will often answer yesterday those questions when you say are you thinking about your life? He says it's easier to ask that question directly when you have an ongoing pattern of open, and honest talks about feelings life and difficulties with your young person, Rebecca chorale KCBS a coalition of parents fraternities and sororities is joining forces in an effort to eradicate. He's ING I get the story from Margaret Carrero with our all news sister station KNX in Los Angeles. It's a ritual that can be brutal and deadly. Jim Piazza knows all too. Well, his son Tim died last year after being ordered to binge drink vodka. And then falling down a flight of stairs at a frat party at Pennsylvania state university. He says part of their campaign is focused on educating younger students high school the middle school level. And having the individuals in the university to the training, judge and Horace is president of the North American inter fraternity conference involving other organizations on cards campus. It's not just about the campus. Experience is about strengthening the laws in all states. NPR's case more than two dozen members of his fraternity were arrested, but all felony charges were eventually dropped three. People have sense, though, pleaded guilty to misdemeanors. Margaret Carrero with our all news sister station KNX in Los Angeles. Google is taking legal fight all the way to Europe's top court over whether the European Union's right to be forgotten rules should apply to search engines around the world. The technology giant is set for a showdown with Francis. Data privacy regulator in Luxembourg tomorrow over in order to remove search results worldwide upon request and not just in European countries. A group of media and press freedom groups is also joining Google's case who believe that forcing internet companies to remove website links to comply with the European Union ruling threatens access to information. Now MoneyWatch KCBS news time eight twenty five stocks started the week with a mixed performance. The Dow Jones industrials lost fifty nine points or a quarter percent. The NASDAQ gained twenty one points. Quarter percent, the S and P five hundred closed five points or two tenths percent higher. Shares of CBS fell one and a half percent after CEO less Moonves stepped down over new accusations of sexual harassment moon. Vast says the charges are not true chief operating officer Joseph Iannello will step in as interim CEO. The Federal Reserve reported total consumer credit increased by sixteen point six billion dollars in July..

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03:25 min | 2 years ago

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"Sales tax holiday runs through Sunday Bruce smart is four CBS news eagle. River Wisconsin the, models were absolutely purring at a. Fashion show in New York City this. Week that's because they were meow Dole's at the Algonquin hotels annual feline fashion. Show the cats were, their, best, bow ties and cat ear headbands befitting the team of the night. The purring twenties when each CBS news News It's. Nine oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS sunny skies with mild to hot temperatures expected throughout the afternoon. Today good. Morning I'm Melissa, Colorado, Ross and here's what's happening. Governor Jerry Brown is in Chester county this, morning surveying damage caused by the car fire and meeting with local, leaders emergency workers and first. Responders he is scheduled to be briefed privately at the car fire, incident command, posts south of, renting and then hold a midday news. Conference the car fire has destroyed more than one thousand homes and burned more than one hundred eighty square. Miles it currently is the six most destructive fire in, California history The national weather service says the car fire unleashed fire induced wins. So strong. That trees were, uprooted, and their bark stripped away. KCBS reporter Megan gold's be tells us the, so-called fire tornado that devastated part of a reading neighborhood was more, powerful than a typical mid. Western tornado wind fires create their own weather it generally starts with, extreme heat, on the ground, says we'll pie meteorologist with the national. Weather service in reading the fire itself was burning extremely hot because the brush was extremely dry d natural. Hot temperatures from the weather and that creates a lot of Instability and so causes very strong vertical motion and in reading. That vertical, air began to twist. And then turned into a tornado blowing fastest one. Hundred, and forty three miles per hour has jumped the Sacramento. River and moved into the neighborhoods killing several people the highest winds we, may, normally see most of California during. State a winter storm says pipes For our so this, was about twice that and also fire national weather service officials say, the speed of this fire tornado may have broken records Megan gold. Speak KCBS California's mutual, aid system is helping to battle. The state's wildfires by sending personnel and equipment where they are needed most. And as we hear from KCBS. Keith men Coney the last few weeks have stretched resources. Then chief herald Schapelhouman of, the Menlo Park fire protection district says his agency has said firefighters around the state to help, battle, wildfires the work he, says takes toll both physically and emotionally it's really hard for those that. Are out there in the front line they're the ones taking the, beating they're the, ones sleeping on the ground in the dirt they're, the ones you know stuck in the. Smoke all day long has the fire season continues to pick up in intensity California fire and. Rescue chief Kim Zegarra. Says the mutual aid system which he oversees is being tested right now we've, got worn houses. Threatened than we've, got fire engines put on them state fire officials. Have reported that last week With so many requests for assistance coming in hundreds of requests. For engines were left unfulfilled Zegarra. Says part of the answer is more resources I believe. That we could use more, first responders I think we could use more fire engines and more stations another thing that would, help, though Zegarra says he, also wants to see more knowledge of fire safety spread throughout the public. As well Keith Makoni KCBS just ahead on KCBS more.

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Time eleven forty two's or newswatch continue so yearly report on the status of black female startup founders have revealed some good news but as kcbs is megan goldfine reports it's still not good enough and neil williams is now the founder and ceo of tinsel which makes cool wearable tech for women but several years ago she was just a woman with a great idea who needed some funding and then i went out and started to raise money and like it the checks were not coming like people were not right in check in her experience is a common one for women of color says catherine feeney founder of digital undivided a nonprofit that focuses on helping women to own their work using innovation and technology many people find that they spend the time talking about why are they even there how do they get into the room in the nation about their life stories we can have it impacting your company but doesn't allow you to really talk about what you're really in their room for which is to get funding for your business their annual report on the status of female black entrepreneurs in america found that the number of startups founded by these women has more than doubled since two thousand sixteen what that encouraging is that the average rates still remains quite low in two thousand sixteen the average rates with thirty six thousand two thousand eighteen it's increased very little to forty two thousand now why that matters is that the average rate by mostly white mostly male failed startup is one point one million so we're not raising enough to even fail she says the best thing investors can do is consider their biases and give women of color a chance to really sell their companies williams advice the thing you can do it start finding women or connecting with these women and invest in them like the port their work megan gold speak kcbs it's eleven forty four we're just one minute away from little i didn't talk for a long time sensitive to lights and sounds inside built secret hiding places where they couldn't get it sometimes i do the same things over and over until one day at found out i had autism my family got me help slowly i learned how to live with it better early intervention can make a lifetime of difference learn the signs at autismspeaks dot org slash signs brought to you by autism speaks and the ad council if you're a single man under.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Center megan gold speak kcbs thanks making this you may have heard on the cbs hourly news bill cosby has been convicted of drugging and molesting a woman back in two thousand four now sexual assault victims are reacting to that conviction kcbs is margie shaffer has that part of our coverage sexual assault survivor and author of unscrewed women sex power and how to stop letting the system screw us all jaclyn friedman didn't expect a conviction i feel really relieved unlike cosby's previous trial the judge in this trial out other women to testify about cosby's violence against them as a way of corroborating a pattern why when there's only one man and one woman in the mountains saying i didn't do it or it was consensual and woman saying it was silence why is that not enough and how many women do you have to bring in in this case it was five to equal the testimony of one man she says she's happy to see that even a powerful famous man can be convicted of rape that she sat at took so long i think this is for sure tied into the metoo movement and you've got jurors who've been living in the culture cosby could get up to ten years in prison on each of the counts margie schaefer kcbs pg will be paying fines of almost one hundred million dollars for improper backchannel communications with our own agency following the deadly natural gas pipeline explosion in san bruno nearly eight years ago san francisco chronicle reports the california public utilities commission unanimously approved the penalty that will require pg need to pay six million each of the cities of san bruno san carlos and twelve million to the states general fund pg knee will also forego nearly sixty four million dollars in revenue otherwise would have collected from its customers in twenty eighteen twenty nine nine for the front runners have not changed in the racist for california governor and us senate according to a new poll of four thousand likely voters kcbs gentle lane reports what is changing is who might join them on the november ballot lieutenant governor gavin newsom extends his lead in the governor's race in the latest berkeley iges pull director marquis kamilo says newsom strongest support comes from the bay area coastal counties and older voters who are more likely to.

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"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The eights and all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs dumb at the office my day isn't over i don't have time for unexpected traffic i rely on kcbs traffic every ten minutes and not just in the car when i'm at home i say i like that play kcbs radio traffic when i need it on the traffic leader one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs our news time one twenty the wednesday evening mass at san francisco's grace cathedral usually draws a few dozen people but last night at drew around one thousand kcbs has megan gold's be reports such is the power of beyond say sing along a gimmick but it's absolutely not says reverend you'll london norton created it there's a whole generation of people in the bay area who've been turned off by the church and this is a way to try to bring them back in and say everybody's welcome here we can worship god we can have fun and we can talk about some very serious issues maybe shift the paradigm for how black women are viewed littering walton was among the first in the line that snaked around grace cathedral for me i find her incredibly empowering of an element of color i live here in the bay area and i've actually recently been looking at just the lack of opportunities for women of color to really connected engage here and this is a major metropolitan city grace cathedral dean malcolm clements young i think beyond say has i mean i am someone who police very strongly that that spirit is god just isn't just working in churches guts everywhere in the world and everywhere in society i do think there's something about her message that really speaks to and speaks to people i mean the spirit is making speech kcbs san francisco conservatory of music has announced a new performing arts center to be constructed right in the heart of downtown san.

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"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To fifty eight on the traffic leader kcbs six day forecast calling for hazy sunshine throughout the afternoon a little cooler than yesterday but still quite pleasant if you enjoy the warm weather highs basically from the sixties into the low eighties and some inland spots few clouds after midnight tonight with lows in the fifties tomorrow and sunday both looked partly cloudy little cooler still with highs in the sixties to the mid to upper seventies monday through wednesday look cooler still with increasing clouds highs from the upper fifties and sixties at the beaches to the mid seventies inland we've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one oh six nine and am seven forty kcbs news time to fifty one the city of santa rosa has extended the time line for repair to the water lines of hundreds of homes affected by last fall's wildfires as kcbs has megan gold to be report some residents are saying that this could be a deal breaker since the month after the fire the city of santa rosa has known that hydrocarbon which has been known to cause cancer was showing up in tests of the water system in fountaingrove but they didn't realize quite how extensive a problem it would be to fix this week at a community meeting officials told the public that instead of a one year repair it's likely going to take double that landowners like carol ellen weren't happy within two years insurance is going to run out is the city to pay for that now since you're delaying the rebuilding of the water system the city says it's wrestling with those problems itself but can't safely speed up this process this says jump stratton who lost his home as well will likely lead to more people choosing not to rebuild will you spend over sixty thousand dollars at this juncture with architectural fees in all the other fees that go with it we are ready to start building in may now what do we do where does the water come from in santa rosa megan gold speak kcbs elephant seals found malnourished along the california coast are being given care at the berina mammal center kcbs is margie schaefer reports the vast majority of the nurse mammals will make their way back to the pacific ocean in the.

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"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"megan gold" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The district for twenty one years was in this league placed on administrative leave and later resigned san francisco superior court judge stephen murphy said he would need more information including watching a cellphone video of the alleged incident before deciding whether to dismiss reduce the charge the pretrial hearing yesterday will continue on april twelfth open as president dave cavill says the teams offer to buy the land the coliseum sits on is a bid to control the team's future but as kcbs has megan gold speed tells us it's not a promise to build in that spot the team was shut down in their choice of a new stadium site near lake merritt by laney college staff and students and to propose site near jacqueline and college has had its issues as well now with word that other developers have their eye on the coliseum land the as of written letters to the leaders of alameda and oakland to propose a sale we looked at the different sites we see all the different locations we felt that it's important for us to control our own destiny and to chart our own course and cavill says they wanna do it as soon as possible while we wanna move into an exclusive negotiating agreement immediately with the county and the city on buying the property and we're working on that every for her part oakland mayor libby schaaf kept her cards close to her chest only saying in a statement quote i'm excited to work with the as in their commitment to stay in oakland and build a privately financed ballpark we look forward to reviewing analyzing and considering their offer and quote the city and county oh about one hundred and thirty five million dollars on that land megan gold speak kcbs zona has suspended uber self driving vehicle testing privileges in the wake of a pedestrian fatality in the phoenix suburb last week the ducey told the company in the letter that video of the crash raised safety concerns he called the crash quote an unquestionable failure to comply with safety expectations the move comes days after the new york times reported that the companies own documents showed the testing program was rife with issues the documents showed trouble with driving through construction zones in requiring far more human intervention than competing companies experts have told the associated press that the company's technology should have detected the pedestrian in time.

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