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A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers
"This week. I traveled to California's Mendocino county to scuba dive with local. Oh abalone fishermen Jank Lincoln's and Mike Escrow from the California Ocean Protection Council to get a firsthand look the impact that warmer waters lessee the stars and a massive increase in Purple Sia jains a having on everything from Kelp to abalone. I meet up with Mike Escrow. Who's is the marine ecosystems program manager the Ocean Protection Council Luckily for me. Mike's also a dive Mazda a former C. ground fellow and and hold a master's degree from cal State Monterey Bay in Marine protected areas might where are right now. We're here at Pebble beach on the North Coast and Sonoma's county and we're going to go out and try to see some abalone but probably gonNA see a lot of very much kelp unfortunately okay so in front of us. We have this yellow bag and it's got a lot of equipment that quite remember what I'm GonNa do is so well we got right. Here is as we have your scuba tanks so all your errors in here we got your. CD that stands for buoyancy compensation device and so that's going to help you adjust buoyancy underwater as you get a little deeper grier. GonNa add some areas. You get a little shallower. You're gonNA that Samaria out. We got regulator here which we're going to hook up to the tank so that you can breathe underwater. That's important all your rubber. All your neoprene so so that's GonNa keep you nice and toasty in that water which is probably about between fifty and fifty five degrees right now so you'll be glad you have that wetsuit in that best and it sounds like you know what you're doing which which has got because I'm glad I'm here. I hope I know what I'm doing. I've been now instructor for a few years now. So what do we do next should be putting your B. C. D. on your tank so I'm going to show you how you do that. This big strap goes around. How much do we have in this tank so this is this is a steel eighty so so you got eighty cubic feet of air in here dependent on your air consumption. That's probably anywhere between thirty five fifty five minutes air but we'll be checking in judge others air supply as we go through the coal now go ahead and turn it on you can hear it pressure as and we'll test it so most important thing second-stage's. That's purge valves. If you ever get any water you can just press that right. They'RE GONNA go ahead and take a breath. Make sure it's working compressed Air Nice. This is your alternate second-stage right here so that that's just the backup so take breath. This make sure it's working right. I love that first breath of pressure as their morning warning. This is an important piece right here. Here's your console all the data. This is all the data exactly this and piece of data right there. This is how much air you have in your tank and then he got a compass sounds. Jack's going to be doing most of our navigation today but if you want I want you can play around with the compass a little bit and help you navigate under water. We're not going down deep enough or stand down long enough to worry about kind of decompression but it's going to have so that's it. I feel good all right. I feel like I know what I'm doing now. So do we get changed now. I think it's GONNA be easiest to get changed now. Okay so we got booties. They probably go on last well. Maybe the hat goes on last-second. Say here's your suit so this is about seven or eight millimeter state is gonNA keep yeah yeah okay so go ahead and get that on once. You're all suited up. I'm going to do the same okay regret pefect before I go ensued up. I asked Jiang Lincoln's and local resident who's led the campaign to bring attention to abalone collapse and who will be leading today's dive to explain the device is now calibrating okay so I work with reef check which is a volunteer data collecting organization in California and I collect abalone Loni data for them. I measure the sizes of Abalone what I'm showing you. Here are some special calipers designed by Josh Russo who is also also a reef check diver specifically for measuring Abalone so that you can do it quickly underwater and it uses a plastic paper deeper and punches so you punch the paper on this zero location then as you measure abalone you punch and then when you're finished you can take the little piece of plastic paper out and measure all the size of the abalone is very fast very efficient and we can get up to one hundred fifty punches and one tank of air which is about half of what you need and a site to build evaluated super low tech yeah the little holes there yeah so from the histogram of size you can determine the size at maturity and you can determine the spawning potential ratio which is very important important in an abalone fishery okay so now for the moment truth. I have to actually get to freezing border. Okay this moment. I'm actually pretty nervous. I remember the last time I went scuba diving looking at the world fifty feet above my head and realizing that there was actually no way that I could make it out without at and unlike like the Caribbean and the border here murky and freezing okay now. I'm working with from the beach into the ocean. Okay I just was attempting to go down to the ocean floor but it's taking me a while to sort out the the right buoyancy level for this suit and God luckily I had gloves on because we were literally crawling along the ocean floor with our hands and the Purple Patch as far as I can see which admittedly was only about five feet but they I mean they were everywhere we stay down for about twenty minutes being moved around by very strong tidal surges and a lot of the time I talked just completely claustrophobic and directionless took a lot of effort to keep president and not give into fear it also took a while for my Easter just to the pressure which at first was just the pain was so intense and just crazy to painful bear then like magic. It disappeared getting out of the water. I'm filled with just so many emotions excitement to be exiting a very foreign weld Tara at the C. Hitch an infestation gratitude for Mike keeping me safe and the complete Adrenalin high just from being on this adventure then unfortunately we just starting to cough up some blood which I find out later was normal but at the time was just shocking okay mic that that was more of adventure than house quite intense coming in the water. Thank you for being such a good guide lead. Yeah you got it man. Absolutely as a challenging day we had limited visibility at say probably no more than five feet at any given time so pretty green down there and a lot of a lot of water movement so we were. We were blown back and forth pretty pretty good but with us fun it was. I just thought I was I mean I know I am cramp but like I just suddenly be floating floating back and I'm like Mike so when you see where we came out of the warden and you're like there's a lot of said made me feel a teeny bit. That's definitely the surgeon. I've experienced but I'm not a north coast either. I'm a I'm a Monterey diver so it gets it gets way more narrowly up here. So I mean to me is far as the I could see that were purple see the actions I mean it was he couldn't see that but as far as you could see they were everywhere yeah. There were a lot of them down. There and I think the craziest thing for me was just seeing how how how much they'd grazed. I mean they'd you know urgency grazers. They eat plants. They eat algae and they'd grazed everything down to bare rock. So's is pretty much urgency. As far as the I could see I mean I've never heard of them. Described as grazes yeah that's a technical term yeah but they're there and so the sea stars used to eat them mm-hmm and then they will wiped out. Yes exactly so so what happened is the sea stars are one of the major urging predators specially a couple of big species so sunflower stars which are picnic. Odia and giant giant spine stars which are species of highs astor. Those guys got hit really hard by sea star. Wasting disease started in twenty thirteen thirteen twenty fourteen really wipe those guys out and so without those natural predators to keep him in check. The purple urging just exploded so quickly though I mean like the timeframe Yo Tokiwa Matt is just kind of like often I think about climate changes slowly moving in like this has happened quick. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty much instantaneous. Ania on a on an ecological scale which is really
Jury rules deaths of family of 8 who who plunged off cliff a murder-suicide
"Airplane. A special coroner's jury in California has ruled that last year's deaths of two women, Sarah, and Jennifer heart and they're six adopted children. It was actually a murder suicide the family died when their SUV plunged off a cliff and Mendocino county KPI Xs Adria Borba reports the jury her testimony that the victims had high doses of the sleep inducing drug Benadryl in their bodies also presented. A series of Google searches on Sarah's phone including can five hundred milligrams of Benadryl. Kill a one hundred twenty pound woman. And is death by drowning relatively painless at the time of the crash, the driver, Jennifer, heart's blood, alcohol level was point one oh to well above the legal
Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency in 5 Northern California counties due to flooding
"Susan governor Newsom has declared a state of emergency and five counties in northern California, including cinema county this comes after the storm. We had this past week triggered the worst flooding along the Russian river in twenty years and left much of this Anoma county town of Guerneville underwater, two hundred miles to the north a man drowned in flood waters while trying to reach his home where three children were trapped the emergency declaration. Also includes Amador Glen, lake and Mendocino counties, it direct state officials to immediately request federal assistance to help. Communities recover from flooding, mudslides and damage to critical
"mendocino county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Is low sixties to mid seventies today and a little bit warmer for tomorrow. Good morning. I'm John Bristow. And here's what's happening. Startling new report revealing what led to the death of a firefighter during the largest wildfire in California history. KPI x-files. Andrea Borba reports the tragedy in Mendocino county as been linked to a giant jetliner that was flying very close to the ground. According to a new Cal fire report. It was a retardant drop that killed Utah firefighter. Matthew Burchett on the frontlines of the Mendocino complex fires in August. On the afternoon of August thirteenth Boeing-747 made three successful drops line after line retardant onto tall trees. But the fourth drop at five twenty five pm turned fatal. According to the report the pilot tried to release that drop close to a dozer line, but heavy vegetation. And a sudden rise in allegation means a drop happened only one hundred feet off the ground. The force of thousands of pounds of retardant uprooted and eighty seven foot tall tree that landed on Burchett at chess tie that tree was fifteen inches in diameter crushing the battalion chief, and that's okay. PIX fis. Andrea more Bev reporting, the California Public utilities commission. Opening a formal investigation into the billing practices of the San Jose water company. The state be UC looking into allegations that the agency overcharged customers, the San Jose water customer company did by millions of dollars over a period of thirty years and the commission will determine if San Jose water. Should give customers a refund because of the charges? Dating back to nineteen eighty seven San Jose water so far not commenting on the investigation. San Francisco mayor London breed taking new action in response to the city's affordable housing crisis. Hey CBS's. Carrie Hodousek reports the mayor plans us two hundred sixty million dollars in bond funding to tackle the problem, which she lists is one of our top priorities. San Francisco mayor London breed says the money comes from part of general obligation bonds that was passed in one thousand nine hundred ninety two to provide funds for property owners following the nineteen eighty nine earthquake. But two hundred sixty million dollars of that money hasn't been spent repurposing money that has been sitting for.
"mendocino county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Mendocino county and following that drop Firefighters suffered minor injuries and one firefighter suffered. Fatal injuries after being, struck by falling tree debris Scott McLean with Cal fire tells k next the, report calls for immediate corrective action saying firefighters had to stay clear various with overhead hazards during water and retardant drops a final report is expected to be complete in about two weeks Robarts your KNX ten. Seventy NewsRadio turns out that's Mexican prosecutors had asked the US government to help find and detain the man who was taken into ice custody in San Bernardino while he was on his way to the. Hospital with his wife who was about to give birth Joe Laura, Mexican officials they wanted for homicide he. Was detained last week while stopping for gas in San Bernardino his wife had to drive herself to schedule section. For the birth of, her. Fifth child they've been living in the US illegally for twelve years President Trump hosted. An event honoring law enforcement officers of ice and customs and border protection calling them heroes he said. He's optimistic that the upcoming midterm elections results will help his administration passed tougher Immigration laws, the fact is people respect law and order and they love our. Law, enforcement, and I think we're going to have much more of a red wave than what you're going to see as a phony Bluewave Bluewave means crime it means open. Borders not good Mr. Trump also blamed Democrats for opposing funding for. His border wall as well. As proposals to enact deep. Cuts in legal immigration levels the jury in the Paul Manafort tax and Bank fraud trial deliberating for third day CBS news Washington correspondent Paula Reid following developments the courthouse in Alexandria Virginia she says it's important to keep an, open mind when it. Comes to the likes. Of the deliberations they have to decide eighteen.
"mendocino county" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Area of Montana's glacier national park as officials in California prepare to. Reopen Yosemite national park following a two week closure at the height of the summer season meanwhile a firefighter died yesterday battling the massive Mendocino complex fired. The six fatality in a matter of weeks Mendocino county sheriff Tom Allman Michael Drake Pierpoint blankets a cold blooded murderer that, was not Tom int he was urging citizens to listen to the. Mandatory evacuation warnings into heed those warnings and understand if it can happen to a firefighter it could happen to any citizen the Mendocino complex fire has been burning since July, twenty seventh New, Mexico, prosecutors say three year old boy. Found buried at a desert compound died in a ritual. To, cast out demonic spirits but his extended family believed he would return to Jesus to identify corrupt targets for them to attack prosecutors account. Of an extra schism like ritual allegations of weapons training for children. And references to conspiracy were aimed at persuading a judge to deny bond for the five adults charged with child abuse the case but the judge remained, unconvinced that the defendants posed a danger to the community, and set, bail at twenty thousand dollars for each of them the Congressional Budget. Office, has slightly lowered its forecast where US economic growth for this year and warned of increasing uncertainty from, US plans to, widen tariffs, the nonpartisan, group says, the economy is projected to expand three point one percent this year down from a previous forecast in April of three point three percent expansion will ease to two point four percent next. Year voters in Connecticut Minnesota Vermont. And Wisconsin head to the polls Tuesday as primary season. Slowly Begins to give way to what promises to be highly competitive general election in races across the country governorships in US. Senate seats are up in all four states the salary is small but the scenery can't be beat a beautiful Greek island with gorgeous views. Of the GNC all you have to do is take care of about fifty five cats God's little people cat rescue is advertising a position for feline. Fanatic to handle the daily running of the cat sanctuary in Greek. Paradise the group says it's been inundated with applications from all around the world, you know scrolling alphabetically through the list of, applicants and I got down to the, letter, k., Nope Nope Jennifer Kushinka listed as an app no not me Wants. To, get the busy get the beach. Which, you like You're okay with. But you have. To like. Take care of the sick, ones that makes, me all right Fifty. Five yeah Vastly outnumbered yeah what a feeding frenzy that would be? In the morning six minutes now in front. Of. The. Hour.
"mendocino county" Discussed on Science Friday
"He joins us from WW NO in New Orleans. Welcome to science Friday. Hello, IRA. Nice to be here. Thank you. You know, we get the impression from seeing these. Huge fires in the media that they wildfires are increasing their more frequent than ever. But you've investigated and found that that is not the case. Well, I think Dr straighter made an excellent point and that is historically we have had big fire events. There are really two things we can point to that changed and one of them he points to and that is simply they're more destructive. More people are affected by these fires. For example, in southern California, we had a three hundred thousand acre fire in eighteen eighty nine and nobody died. There are no homes destroyed what's changed over that period of time as we have more people on the landscape that are at risk. The other thing though that has changed is we are actually getting more of these big fires. Historically in the twentieth century, we would get maybe a hundred thousand acre fire once a decade. Now, we're seeing just in the last year and a half. We've seen four really major fire of vents. So we're getting more of them. And there's no question that that's the case. The the real question is how much of this is due to global warming due to climate change. And at this point I've say, we know that it's playing a role. We can't necessarily parse out how much to attribute to that because there are other factors. For example, these big fires were seen right now in Mendocino county, and the one and Shasta. These have occurred during an extreme heat wave with very high temperatures and extreme whims. We've had heatwaves many, many times in the past, we get them somewhere in the west, probably every year, but we don't get big fire events. And so what is the difference is somebody ignites a fire either intentionally or accidentally during one of these heat waves and that relates back to doctor Strange's point, and that is you put more people on the. Landscape, and there's a greater chance that somebody is going to ignite a fire during one of these extreme events. That leads me to a question that we talked about similar disasters and other parts of the country building on, you know where water is or storms or are the great hazard, and a tweet from Headley comes in and I, it dovetails with what I was gonna ask, and he says, is it time to revisit building codes and also just what sort of structures are allowed to be built in fire prone regions. And I'm also going to ask about the insurance industry one insurance of streets, you know, has been controlling where you can build things where where there's water damage will we start wondering, you know, is there a hazard you have to pay extra insurance or you might be prevented from building where there might be fired image from building inside forest. Well, I would say that we certainly have been looking at building codes and there have been improvements over the last couple of decades. There are limits to the level of improvement simply because it means higher cost for homes and already in places like California people are stretched very thin in terms of being able to afford how's it? So it's something that I know politicians have to look at very closely before they make a decision to reduce the fire hazard because they know it's going to increase the costs of home. So there's no question that improving building ordinances could be a factor that would help reduce losses. But the other factor is simply that we have more and more people on the landscape and they have to be put somewhere and it's part of the the reason these fires are getting so disastrous. For example, Santa Rosa suffered the like, you. Mentioned the tubs fire disastrous losses of human life and property in October of last year. It burned in exactly the same areas in nineteen sixty four Hanley fire, but that fire didn't kill anybody. And there was I think, maybe eighty homes destroyed, but between sixty four and twenty seventeen. There's been a fivefold increase in population, and that's a big part of the problem. Santa Rosa has grown at probably two and a half times the average rate for the state and the city of Santa Rosa has to find places for these people. And so that's, you know, that's one of those problems.
"mendocino county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In general I it goes to a, number of disasters and, hazards like tornadoes tropical. Storms, sea level rise flooding unfortunately humans we wanna live in beautiful landscapes where we have greenery and and we. Have a lot of land we wanna live where, we can see the sunset our. The, sunrise over the ocean unfortunately these regions are also. Areas where we experience hazards so we've seen a trend really in the last hundred years of of people putting themselves in very vulnerable situations when a hazard should strike like to bring on. Another guest into the conversation John Kelly is a research scientist with the US Geological Survey at sequoia national park and an. Adjunct professor at a UCLA he joins us. From WWAFL in New. Orleans, welcome. To science Friday Hello. IRA nice. To be, here thank you you know we get the impression from seeing these huge fires in Media that. They, wildfires. Are increasing their more. Frequent than. Ever but, you've investigated and found that that is not the case Well I think Dr straighter made an excellent point, and that is historically we have had big fire events there are really two. Things we can point to that have. Changed and, one of them, he points to in that is simply they're more destructive more people are affected by. These fires for example in. Southern California we had a three hundred thousand acre fire in eighteen eighty nine and nobody died there were. No homes destroyed what's changed over that period of time is we have more people on the. Landscape that are at risk, the other thing though that has changed is we are actually getting. More, of these big fires historically in the twentieth century we. Would get maybe one hundred thousand acre, fire wants a decade now we're seeing just in the last year and a half we've seen four really major fire events so we're getting. More of them and there's no question that that's the case The the real question, is how much of, this is due to global warming. Due to climate change and at this point I'd say we know, that it's playing a role we can't necessarily parse out how much to attribute. To that because there are other factors. For example, these big fires, were seeing right now in Mendocino county and the one up and Shasta these occurred. During an extreme heat wave. With a very high temperatures and extreme winds we've had heatwaves many many times in the past we get. Them somewhere in the west probably every year but we don't get big fire events and so. What is the difference is, somebody ignites a fire either intentionally or accidentally during one of these. Heatwaves and that relates back to Dr strangers point and that. Is you put more people on the, landscape and there's a greater chance. That somebody is going to ignite a fire During one of these extreme events That leads me to a question we talked about similar disasters in other parts, of the country were building on you know. Where water is or storms are are the great hazard tweet from Headley comes in and it dovetails. With what I, was gonna ask and he says is it time to revisit building codes and also just what sort of structures are allowed to. Be built in fire prone regions and I'm also going to ask about, the insurance, industry insurance the streets you know has been controlling where you can build things where where there's, water damage, will we start wondering, you know is there a hatchet you have to pay extra insurance or you might be prevented from building where there might be fire damage from building inside forest Well I would say that we certainly have, been looking, at building codes in, there have been improvements over the last couple of decades there are limits to the level of improvement simply because it means higher Cost for homes and already in places like California people are stretched very thin in terms of being able. To afford housing so it's something that I know politicians have to look at very closely before. They make a decision to reduce the fire hazard because they know it's going to increase the cost of home so there's no question that improving building ordinances could be a factor that would help reduce. Losses but, the other factor, is simply that we have more and more people on the landscape and they have to be put. Somewhere and it's part of the the reason these fires are getting so disastrous for, example Santa Rosa, suffered like you've mentioned the tubs fire disastrous losses of human life and property in October of last year it burned in exactly. The same areas in one thousand nine sixty four Hanley fire but that's Fire didn't kill anybody and there was I think maybe eighty homes destroyed but between. Sixty four and 2017 there's been a fivefold increase in population and that's a big part of the problem Santa Rosa has grown probably two and a half times the average rate for the. State and the city of Santa Rosa has to find places for these people and so that's. You know that's one of those problems that as long as populations are growing we're going to see you know that these decisions are harder and harder to make in the next thirty years we're expecting. California increased, by fifty percent, that means we got real problems to solve a four four seven two four eight two five five. Is our number if you'd like to join us or you can tweet us at, sei fry Stephen is there. Any talk of halting development in these wildfire prone areas, or, do, you, think, that's, as, a, as we've been talking about it's a political and economic nonstarter was going to say you can't Bill Yeah I agree with Ana percent with what what John is saying is that it's of the difficulty with this issue with wildfire disasters in all. Disastrous for that matter is, they they have different incentives or there's different facets and dynamic processes going. On we have the effects of climate,.
Tiger Woods enters the 100th PGA Championship this week at Bellerive
"With helping to save the life of a boy who nearly drowned the former Epping chiefs sprung into action after learning. The victim Was stuck in a raging. River Chris Murphy was in the right place at the right time. To retire cheap was grabbing lunch at, the Epping house of pizza Sunday when he was approached by a boy who told him his brother. Was clinging to. A tree in the swollen lamp Ray river. Murphy was. Trained in water rescues so we. Jumped in and battled a very strong current to rescue. The boy who is, in, water, over his head Murphy says. He told the child to grab his hand and not to let go of the tree until he told him to go, and he did and we kinda swung like a bind doors They just want us all to the Bank where he could. Just about stand up I had a good hold. On him Murphy says he does not consider himself a hero just someone who is in the. Right place at the right time Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty some experts are now sounding the alarm on climate change details on. That from CBS Vicki Barker the assessment. By some of the world's top climate scientists suggest human activity may have disrupted some of the global weather systems that keep our planet. In equilibrium and co author you'll had rocks thrown warrants we could be close to a point of no return we. Would have pushed an on button will take. Us to temperature rises that could be well beyond the adoptable and manageable the scientists best guess mankind has about thirty. Years before irreversible global warming careened out of control Vicki Barker CBS news eighteen large wildfires are burning in California some fourteen thousand firefighters. Are still working, very hard trying to put them out one One of those wildfires and Mendocino county. North of San Francisco has now grown to become California's biggest on record in a. Scorching area about the size of Los. Angeles another problem and major challenge many communities are, spreading out in previously undeveloped areas that means more and more homes. And other buildings are, now, a great. Risk as wildfires continue to spread WBZ news time one forty one in sports now older and wiser but not necessarily better one golfer takes aim at another, major title this weekend at the PGA championship and as WBZ's Chris tells us armed with a new perspective, it's, not the end of the. World anymore when this guy comes up short the best. Golfers in the world are in Saint Louis this week for the season's. Final major the PGA championship which as it turns. Out next year will be the first major of the season after a radical reform Asian of. The PGA tour schedule Tiger Woods it three time champ of. The event is last victory in the PGA coming in two thousand and seven one A year before his last major title in two thousand eight. At the US open the tiger comeback tour. This season hit a speed bump, last weekend at the Bridgestone invitational when he finished the weekend with back to back seventy three's, Sunday's round had, just five pars tying the worst effort by tiger in any round in his career. After which he said he wasn't that upset and this. Is why..
East Bay, Tiffany Cam and KiKi Weedy discussed on Morning Edition
"Thirty one from, KiKi weedy news I'm Tiffany Cam high Cal fire officials say the set of blazes known. As the Mendocino complex just north of the bay area. Is now the largest wildfire in California history the combined river and. Ranch fires in lake and Mendocino counties have consumed more than two hundred, ninety thousand acres and is thirty four percent contained. Firefighting aircraft have already dumped, a, million. Gallons of flame retardant on the fires, Cal fire Representative Scott McLean says this fire is, unusual because it spreads as much at night as it does during the day long arduous extremely difficult fight for all. Temperatures in the area are Expected to. Go back up above one hundred degrees over the next few days smoke from that massive, blaze and other wildfires could start having an, impact on some, bay area, residents this, week national weather service officials say. Hayes is currently suspended aloft as far south as Bakersfield Ralph warming of the bay. Area air quality management district says smoke is expected to dip. Down to ground level. In parts of, the north and East Bay this afternoon and remain at. Least through Wednesday wind patterns are changing now and we have also increasing inland, temperatures in parts of the, East Bay so, it's possible that is spirit the airliner could also be called mid week and we will do that if we, think that air quality will exceed federal health standards foreman says that. Residents should try. To avoid exposure if they smell smoke by staying indoors and putting air conditioners into recirculating mode I'm Tiffany Cam high, kqed.org, support for NPR comes from focus features presenting black Klansmen From director Spike Lee and producer Jordan Peele based on the true story of the first African. American detective. To go undercover and.
"mendocino county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Hey Alden hey Carey in the city one zero one. Southbound SF oh the off ramp is closed. Because of sign where he can expect a minor delay after three eighty us millbury avenue that's how you. Can reach the airport for your early morning flight checking in contra. Costa county Eastshore freeway eastbound continues to be bogged down between central avenue and it's up to cutting boulevard up to this point you can. Use five eighty westbound, to reach Bayview avenue from there you can get back on eastbound. Eighty and you'll be at the limit in no time through Hayward. Southbound eight eighty after highway ninety two Cal trans has everything but the left lanes shut down including the Tennyson road off ramp that's why it's. Just absolutely, jammed between ninety two and Tennyson road you'll be at the limit. Until you start to reach the union landing area and then it slow and go between Wibble road and. Alvarado boulevard and, lastly you have Tracy eastbound two five between eleventh street and I five At least the left lane is blocked for highway construction your next traffic update at one. Thirty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS bay area forecast heavy. Coastal fog spreading into the bay overnight with lows in the fifties mostly clear inland mostly sunny today after morning overcast with fog at the. Coast all day highs, from the sixties at the beaches seventies and low eighties around the. Bay to the mid nineties inland the air quality advisory remains in. Effect through Thursday due to the smoke from the Mendocino county fires and that's going to like I said extending toll Thursday traffic and weather together. On the, it's on all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS.
Government watchdog questions whether border wall is worth it
"By theraworx relief I'm Wendy Gillette a wildfire burning in California is set. To become the largest in state history the Mendocino complex fire has already burned four hundred twenty. Eight square miles and it's still growing CBS news correspondent John Blackstone is there Parts of the Mendocino complex firearm proving to be unstoppable firefighters in lake and. Mendocino counties ignited more, back burns overnight remove tinder-dry rush fuelling this massive wildfire. But fierce hot winds continue. To whip flames frenzy four hundred square miles have. Been sports making this California's? Second-largest fire on record, towel. Fire spokesperson, predicts the become the largest fire in the state's history. By tomorrow the government star witness Rick gates took the stand against his former business associate. Paul Manafort CBS's Paula Reed prosecutors quickly got to the heart. Of the case did you commit crimes Mr. Manafort asked the. Prosecutor yes gates replied gates said he conspired with Manafort to falsify tax returns knowingly failed to. Report foreign Bank accounts and failed to register Manafort as a foreign agent gates also admitted he. Embezzled from his boss something. Manafort's attorneys Allege for months I added money, to expense reports and created expense reports that were. Not accurate and said to pad his salary. By several hundred thousand dollars gates will be back on the stand tomorrow a new report. Finds the president's border wall could be more pricey than expected. Correspondent Steve Dorsey, has more from Washington, a report from the government accountability office says the. Border wall could cost more than projected take longer to build and fall short of, expectations the report raises concerns the department of homeland security is at risk of. Wasting some of the, billions of dollars it'll cost to build the project meanwhile. The president has threatened a government shutdown after the Senate only approved one point. Six billion dollars for? The? Wall and Alabama democratic, congressional. Candidates says, Russian hackers tried to break into her campaign website one. Thousand times last month Tabitha Eisner is running in the state's second district she says the. Manual attempts to log in we're from accounts, with Russian intern Net service providers a big ride for a little boy at, a rodeo five year old Sam van Tassell lassoed. Himself in a ringing record in his mutton, busting ride in great falls Montana The stock markets gained ground today this is CBS, news to experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief get, theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief Never stops, on Detroit's number one news station Nine fifty w. W j it's Monday August six twenty eighteen I'm. Russ McNamara. For WW j. NewsRadio nine fifty good evening Rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Tonight some, of. These storms. Can be locally severe early. The complete, AccuWeather forecast coming up meteorologist Dave Bowers in the city it's storming seventy two degrees WBZ news time is eight oh three severe storms packing strong winds and a powerful punch to some local trees damage was reported in northeast Detroit as. Well as the. Neighborhoods of Grosse Pointe park where Mike Carter lives tree came down across the street in his, neighbor's yard during those storms I was in southwest. Detroit at work when the storm came through and they barely got touched you could see a little bit of the wind I could. Hear the founder but, nothing compared to what you see inflicted in this neighborhood and just to the south here in Detroit thousands are without power stay with w. W j for the latest to. Detroit police officers have been hospitalized responding to an, ammonia leak on the city's east side, this morning, news reading. On January Neil reports happened around nine AM says deputy fire Commissioner day for now an explosion at. A plan on Exeter street near St. Barron John, are the bottles town called pop in. A Monja pipe or device. There was, so. Much pressure. In an exploding and put. A hole, in the roof he says the cleanup is over and there's no danger to the neighborhood but there were three injuries to police officers that were taken to receiving hospital with a with chest pains and of course you were taken a. Nose and throat. And that type of thing I fifty eight-year-old plan to employees was treated at the scene that, eventually agreed to go to the hospital as well. Sandra McNeill WW Jane is radio nine fifty the potential shipment of spent nuclear fuel through the state of Michigan has drawn the concern. Of one local environmental, watchdog we don't know what it is we don't know how many shipments and is very ambiguous that's Michael Keegan with the Michigan coalition for. A nuclear-free Great Lakes out of. Monroe he says the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is considering Shipping spent fuel rods from the LaSalle nuclear generating station outside of Chicago to Michigan. To Canada this is a major environmental undertaking and it's all being done because they can do it in the dark. Without disclosing and so they do, not get. Scrutinized for their actions WWE j contacted the NRC which confirmed a request to ship spent nuclear rods and the Illinois. Facility is currently under review but. Has not yet been approved meantime representatives needless Sal plant. Tell NewsRadio. Nine fifty that they are seeking do ship a small amount of us. Nuclear fuel, to an inspection facility in Canada Charges have been filed against the local mother accused of leaving her young son in a car unattended for hours issue, gambled inside of Motorcity casino these John, Hewitt that. Story twenty five year old to lay a welcomes of Inkster was arraigned in thirty fourth district court on charges of second degree child abuse and leaving a child, in a car unattended police say welcomes left her three year old son in her vehicle on the third floor of the motor city casino parking garage last Friday morning. The child was discovered by casino security who some five hours later found welcomes at her aunt gambling inside welcomes is. Due back in court next week on the seventeenth of..
California wildfires claim seventh victim, still spreading
"Garcia, Navarro good morning Venezuela's? Government says President Nicolas Maduro. Was attacked but is it true, we'll talk to Venezuela expert and here in the United States President Trump and his cabinet. Seem, to be saying different things. About Russia and its interference also Facebook shuts down fake pages we'll talk to one community activists who participated in a real life protest at the White. House organized by someone who may have been a Russian agent, plus a new documentary tells the secret. Sexual history of Hollywood and it sparked a. Lot of controversy it's Sunday August with twenty eighteen all that and the news. Is coming up next Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein in northern California, the nearly two week. Old car fire now covers more than. Two hundred forty one square miles and is just forty one percent. Contained and is Jefferson public radio's April Ehrlich reports. The blaze has killed a seventh person a Pacific Gas and electric company. Spokesman said, an employee, died while. Trying to restore power, in a rural area, of Shasta county the? Company has almost fully restored. Power in the city of reading, which was hardest hit by the fire when it became so hot that it generated a. Tornado, of flames and smoke the. Fire flared up again in the town of French culture over the weekend the fires northwest section in rural rough terrain is challenging firefighters they've almost contained. Half the fire spending tens of thousands of acres the Trump, administration declared a major disaster in California. The declaration opens up federal funds to help. Reading recover for NPR news I mean Ehrlich NATO says three service members from the Czech Republic have been killed by a suicide bomber in eastern Afghanistan three others an American and two Afghan. Soldiers are wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports the three killed with. Check servicemembers according to that country's interior, minister the Taliban claimed responsibility there. Was no immediate information on the state of the wounded service members they will on an early. Morning patrol with Afghan forces when the attack occurred it took place in the Parwan province which lies above Kabul last month an American soldier was killed and two others were wounded in an apparent insider attack the director of a Syrian research facility said to be, involved in that government's. Chemical weapons program has reportedly been killed. In a car bombing NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports appro regime newspapers calling. It an assassination as ease as better died when. His car exploded not far from his home near the central Syrian city. Of how The attack was quickly claimed by the abbot Amara brigades as Syrian rebel groups some of whose members have had connections to Al. Qaeda as, butter was the director of the Syrian scientific research center which western countries including the United States say. Has been involved in the Syrian, government's chemical weapons program. The US Britain and France launched missile strikes against a branch of the. Facility in April separately in southern Syria ISIS is reported to have killed a. Hostage the group holds dozens of people including women and children as it. Tries to negotiate with the regime for the release of its own prisoners with Sherlock. NPR news buried White House national security adviser John Bolton says the US had no involvement in an explosion in Venezuela last night as President. Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech the, Venezuelan government says it was a drone attack on Madero who blames it on far right groups associated with conspirators in the US and Columbia This is NPR from news I'm Jeremy Siegel fire officials say hot and. Dry conditions fueled many of the massive wildfires burning across northern California last night in Mendocino county crews continue to battle, to massive fires known as the Mendocino, complex, which have now burned nearly two hundred fifty thousand acres. Combined officials say those wildfires are thirty three percent contained a deadly wildfire burning in and around Yosemite national park. Exploded by nearly eight thousand acres last night. Officials say the Ferguson fire is now more than eighty nine thousand acres and thirty five percent contained and the car fire in Shasta county grew to more than, one, hundred fifty, four thousand acres. Overnight and it's forty one percent contained officials say a PG and e. worker died in connection, with the blazed yesterday men though. Park fire and Alameda County sheriff's department say they're sending drones areas where the car fire has destroyed more than a thousand homes Menlo Park fire Chief herald Schapelhouman says the drones are using mapping software and high, resolution photography to create. Interactive maps of. The area homeowners if, they haven't seen with their property it looks like they can see if, their properties still there an intact and if the, house has been destroyed Chappel home and says the homeowner can send images of it to. Their insurance company Meantime, police are searching for a twenty seven year old. Homeless man suspected, of stabbing, two people at a bar station in Oakland on Friday night. The incident started around eight PM when a fight. Broke out on a, Richmond bound train which then spilled out onto a platform at the MacArthur station one victim was. Cut on the arm the other on the, cheek both have been treated at a hospital and released here's Bart police. Deputy chief Lance hate safety is a, top priority for the, police department and for the district we're deploying officers on overtime To be a much more visible presence throughout the. System this is. The, latest violent incident on bar two weeks ago eighteen year old. NIA Wilson was stabbed and.
Weekend of windy, hot weather could drive California flames into new areas
"CBS news It's four five at the bay area's news, station KCBS some sunshine today with temperatures ranging from the sixties. To the coast. To the nineties inland check your full forecast, in just a few minutes afternoon I'm Susan Kennedy and here's what's happening. By police have identified the man suspected of a stabbing at the MacArthur Bart station Friday. Night as Solomon Espinosa case guesses Keith men. Coney reports they're asking for the public's help, in tracking him down the assault took place just before eight pm. Friday evening on board of Richmond bound train to male victims sustained cuts. One to his arm another to his face deputy chief lands hate with Bart. Police says, the suspect fled the train after it arrived at the MacArthur station then he says the victims also exited the train went downstairs and reported the incident there were Bart. Police officers on the scene and Oakland police officers as, well. Hate says the victim's injuries were serious but not life threatening, the assault was caught on camera although. It is still unclear What led up to it police are now circulating photos of the suspect believed to be a transient man living in the Oakland. Area through the media and on the. Bart website, if anyone sees Mr. Espinosa they. Should contact the police if anyone has information about this incident if they witnessed. The incident they can call our Bart, police department at five. Zero four six four seven thousand, in Oakland Keith Makoni KCBS Well the governor, is now upgrading his request to the White, House asking the president to, declare the northern California. Wildfires fires major disaster KCBS this gentlemen reports on the governor's visit to reading where one of those fires burn more than a thousand homes federal disaster declaration would make more money available to. Survivors of the fires in the form of food and legal aid for example it would also help state local and tribal governments rebuild damaged infrastructure like power plants in Bridget's governor Brown said, he's confident. President Trump will grant California's. Request these kind of horrible situations bring people together regardless of the lesser kind of ideologies and partisan considerations asked about his impressions of the destruction around. Redding round said gonna be ready we gotta reexamine the. Way we miniature forest builder houses where, we build them how we, build them and how much we invest in our, fire, protection, service, is, visit comes as firefighters, face red flag Conditions with low humidity and strong winds the car fire and Mendocino complex are still growing and, together have already burned nearly. As, many acres as Cal fire counted in all of twenty seventeen, gentleman KCBS KCBS news time now I two four, zero seven there. Were. Some new information on the power of the fire vortex that occurred during the car fire KCBS as making goals. Be reports the so-called fire tornado that ripped through a reading neighborhood may have been the biggest such event ever reported. In the, US the highest winds we might see in most, of California during saved a winter storm would, be seventy to eighty miles, per hour this fire. Tornado was basically twice that up two hundred and forty miles per hour will pie meteorologist with the national weather service says that's stronger than typical mid west tornado it tore roofs off of. Homes uprooted trees not mention it was made a fire these wind world's start with a combination of berry hot fire on the ground on dry brush and very hot conditions like the weather, in reading Subtract any breeze and that hot air is moving straight up into the sky, generating very strong winds and The Ford Texas and NATO's, national, weather service officials say this may have been the most powerful fire tornado, in California on record, making gold speak KCBS and that. Fire is about forty one percent. Contained at this point nearly one hundred and forty two thousand acres case. Against news time out I four traffic. In the traffic center it's Amanda All right Lafayette westtown twenty four traffic slowing, down at Oak Hill there's a. Car fire off to the right side pleasant hill road and see HP's out there actually, gonna shut the, off ramp at pleasant hill road as they tried to clear this out. Of the way there's also a crash reported before central Lafayette if you're. Continuing westbound on twenty four, car, hit something in the roadway there so a little more slowing passed that, scene eighty short eastbound, between central in Carlson three-car multi. Crash there some cars and left. Shoulder a couple of cars in the right shoulder some debris in the. Left lanes that's causing a slowdown back. Into Berkley And westbound eighty. In the other reaction we're seeing stop and, go and it's been there all. Afternoon Golden Gate fields down to Powell if you're continuing to the bay bridge we're seeing, delays before the, tolls metering lights are on and it sluggish all the way into San. Francisco your next traffic update at four eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS In our forecast for the bay area we've got some sunny skies with temperatures ranging from the sixties at the beaches into the low, seventies low eighties by the bay middle eighties low nineties for the inland areas tonight should be clear and windy with our lows. In, the, fifties and sixties in fact it's going to, be windy. The next several days with wins tonight up to thirty miles per hour for your Sunday should be sunny after the morning fog and. Clouds with highs ranging from the. Sixties at the beaches to, the low nineties inland traffic and. Weather together on the eight cent on these one oh six nine. AM seven, forty, KCBS, KCBS news time four ten some, of the smoke from. The fires burning in, the Mendocino county area have, made the skies a little hazy, and the bay area Ralph Warren. With the rebate area air quality management, district says there will soon be some relief we see some localized impact, in those areas closer to the. Buyer you know Napa Sonoma perhaps some parts of contra pasta but This afternoon we expect more onshore breezes to pick. Up the, clean air that's coming in off the ocean with that we will see some improvement and that will stick with us through Tuesday Mormon says there have been higher particular level levels, that is throughout the region but not enough for there to be any health concerns and the KCBS news time now at four. Eleven, a, group of office workers in the south bay shelled up. Two bucks a piece in the mega millions lottery game and hit the jackpot to the tune of a half a billion dollars KP..
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"Eighteen on KCBS. Saturday afternoon as we check in with traffic and the mandate Richmond you're seeing lots of brake lights getting to the Richmond San Rafael bridge west five eighty harbor ways where it's going to really start to bog down and it's bumper to bumper. To the tolls when she get onto the bridge it'll, pick up that mid span and checking the, Eastshore freeway eastbound delays right now five eighty university westbound, stop and, go Golden. Gate fields to the maze of your continuing on to the bay bridge the approach from five eighty westbound jammed from twenty four. Eighty also delayed from the west grand over crossing once you. Get past the tolls in the metering lights. You're going to find slow and go conditions continuing onto the upper. Deck into San Francisco, and one. Oh one San. Francisco, getting to the lower deck to eighty s where you're going to start to see the delays and you're gonna find? Stop-and-go traffic continuing past the eighty merge and onto Lord Ecuadoran, lower deck it's a clear right into the East, Bay your next traffic update at. Two twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS bay area weather forecast it's a six Day where the forecast today and tomorrow we're, continuing with the hazy sunshine thanks in part to the fires in Mendocino county the morning fog and clouds will burn off sixty s at the coast low seventies too low, eighties by the bay mid eighties too low nineties inland both. Days Monday through Thursday pretty much the same deal we'll see some hazy sunshine after the morning fog and clouds burn off with highs in the sixties along the coast and the bait of the low nineties inland right now seventy three in Millbrook. Napa checking in with eighty five degrees Morgan hill the, high with ninety three ninety two in concord, eighty-seven in Santa Rosa ninety degrees in Livermore Redwood City, checking in, with eighty. Degrees as is the case in San Jose Oakland has seventy four and here in San Francisco under mostly clear conditions now it's. Sixty seven degrees traffic and weather together on the on these. One zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time is now two twenty our Newswatch continues well NASA. Has introduced the nine, men and. Women who will Usher in the next generation of US spaceflights CBS news correspondent David Begg now reports so the first time since two thousand eleven. We're on the. Brink, of launching American astronauts on American rockets from American soil It was like a pep rally children waving American flags and paper, astronauts as NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein introduced the newest. Class ladies and gentlemen I present to. You our commercial crew, astronauts NASA hopes by next. Year to blast nine of them to the international space station aboard two spacecrafts designed and built. By Boeing and SpaceX so it's like a taxi to space it's it, is a, it is a space tax you just figure out which one's going to give you a better deal in the long run that's. Correct so long as they're meeting Nassar requirements and being safe astronauts Nicole man Erik Bo and Christopher Ferguson will ride on Boeing's first test flight of the star lighter Ferguson commanded the. Final space shuttle flight I do not certainly, not.
Hector vs. Kilauea: Hurricane on track to skirt past Hawaii's erupting volcano
"One, five to, ten miles. An hour now I do believe you. Will notice the humidity. Being a little higher on, Sunday morning, lows will. Be in the upper seventies afternoon highs will be in, the upper nineties which also means they'll, feel. A little hotter than? The afternoon temperature southward. About ten to fifteen eighty five degrees right now with. DFW international airport brushfire in wise county this evening, at least, fifteen hundred acres, burned several agencies including. Metro area firefighters responding ten homes vacuum Dylan ongoing situation we don't know homes have been. Damaged we have a vacuum waited cerebral that's wise county sheriff lane ak- dispatcher say trucks are starting to come in off the lines the threat to additional homes not evacuated Maybe lessening wild weather nationwide this weekend thirty eight million people are, under, a flood threat in Lynchburg Virginia a flash flood warning was issued after four to six, inches of rain fell overnight leading to concerns over possible dam failure on. The other side of the country more than two, point five million people are under. A, red flag warning the highest alert for the threat of wildfires and just to the north firefighters in Oregon are trying to get. The Taylor creek fire to burn itself, out by using drones I'm Steve nana's more than ninety wildfires, still burning out west sixty six large an uncontained new evacuation orders called for a. Newly explosive fire in Mendocino county, twenty thousand people from the reading area still, waiting to see, if, their, home is, among more, than one. Thousand burned in another fire forecasters keeping. Tabs on hurricane Hector is it moves across the, eastern Pacific, there is. The potential for Hector to bring some impact to portions. Of the Hawaiian islands by mid week But it's too soon to determine an. Exact path for the storm state officials say this is a good time for. Everyone in the Hawaiian islands to ensure they have their hurricane plan in, place responded Bill Michaels they found the suspect in the Houston cardiologists shooting by police chief art ASA Vado says. Joseph Pappas shot himself in the head when police. Cornered him Friday leave it's about this mom unless we find some kind of documents somewhere somebody talked to you about why he was going to do it did this will. Never know one hundred percent Lhasa. Vado says it's believed the suspect's mother died, in surgery done by that cardiologists and that pops carried a related grudge for, twenty years twenty one year old Fort Worth mother Alexis Botello convicted Friday of capital murder and evidence tampering in the stomping death ever toddler daughter child was beaten by the woman's boyfriend body found buried under. A bridge back in two thousand fourteen again weekend highs nearing one hundred the overnight low seventy five eighty Eighty five right now at DFW international..
HIV-positive shelter worker sexually abused 8 immigrant boys, authorities say
"Virginia where the twelve year old Chinese national seen walking off with an, unknown woman, at Reagan national airport, has been found. Latest details from CBS news Rena nine frozen, considered dinging Ma to be in extreme danger after she went missing at Reagan national. Airport the twelve year old girl was visiting the US from China and was with a tour group at the. Time said that she. Appeared to walk off with an Asian woman who had approached try. To restroom that set off a search for her and now the National Center for missing and exploited children say that she has been found safe police say the girl was found in the New York City's Queensboro former. Worker for an Arizona immigrant shelter is charged with eleven sex offenses after he was accused of molesting boys in, his care alleged abuse took place over about a year at the, shelter run by. South west key the largest organization the US government contracts to house immigrant children CBS. News Don daler reports Michael Gray Bill is one of the propublica reporters who uncovered the details. Of abuse at the southwest cay shelter levian Pacheco who is HIV positive was indicted for engaging in. Sexual acts with at least eight boys between August two thousand sixteen and July twenty seventeen at CASA cook, cappelli and Mesa Arizona all the children were between fifteen and seventeen years old. It's very common, for victims of abuse to not come forward To be afraid. To come forward, and especially in this population there is this fear. That if you come forward and report abuse. It might affect her immigration case on Tuesday another southwest key worker Fernando Negroponte. Was arrested and later fired after. Allegedly molesting a fourteen year old immigrant girl at a. Facility in Phoenix. Don daler CBS news New York and eighty eighty nine year, old, man is being treated for head trauma sustained in. A rollover crash in paradise hills early this morning we're told he was. Going eastbound on Parkside avenue lost control and rolled is vehicle several times he was trapped inside the car for. Awhile before, crews could pull him out there's no word on his condition local SDG crews reach out to fire ravaged northern California this is deadly wildfires continue to, burn, destroy, enforce evacuations, in. Northern California SD genie sending cruise and utility trucks to. Mendocino county news eight commander shot ski tells us how the Crews will be helping loaded.
Trump team wants to roll back Obama-era mileage standards
"Today It's eleven oh three of the bay area's news station KCBS hazy. Sunshine tomorrow not much change in. Temperatures until the weekend I'm John Evans and air quality advisory will be in effect tomorrow due to the, smoke from. The Mendocino county fires much of that smoke, is drifting south down to the bay area tonight environmentalists say that the Trump administration's. Decision to roll back fuel efficiency standards will set back California's efforts, to fight. Climate change, KCBS is Keith main Coney reports the the new emission. Rules would freeze mileage targets in twenty twenty four six years environmentalists. Warned that without the stricter emission standards consumers will have fewer. Clean options and will end. Up spending more on gas Hal, Harvey is the CEO. Of the San Francisco based environmental policy firm energy innovation. He says those costs will be measured in the billions of dollars we see that in two. Thousand thirty five alone more than three Fifty million gallons of gasoline would be wasted by this, robot the administration's new rules would also end. California's authority to set its own stricter standards Simon Moyo is a scientist with the natural Resources Defense Council he says. That would be a step back for the state this will worsen the. Already compelling extrordinary needs in California to address both climate change as well as air pollution. The administration argues that efficiency standards. Have driven up the cost of buying cars which has made it difficult for consumers to buy newer safer, models creating. Safety concerns those arguments may be tested in, court though as California in may already filed a preemptive lawsuit against the rollback heath. Makoni KCBS many elected leaders in California or against the Trump administration, proposal to. Ask about, citizenship in the twenty twenty US Census they say it. Could scare away even legal immigrants and lead to an undercount KCBI Gentle lane reports Californians are being asked to send their comments to the Commerce Department while the city attorney San Francisco fights it on the legal front other elected and immigrant community leaders are asking in several languages for the public to comment on the proposal too much mitigation how Attala seeping Geico. And Pimas this is San Francisco mayor London breed the senses only. Happens every ten years and the government relies on that data to be accurate in order to determine our population equal representation and distribution of resources to our. Communities Bridget Davalos president of the board at City College it says the census. Is a critical planning tool for all. Schools we can see what kind of, demographic shifts. And changes are going on in the city to make sure that the college meets the needs. Of our community opponents ban supporters of the citizenship question being added to the twenty. Twenty cents this can comment on it until August seventh. General lane KCBS former White House press secretary Sean Spicer spoke to a sold out crowd tonight at the marines memorial theatre in San, Francisco KCBS has Megan be reports from the events sponsored by the Commonwealth club of California Kathy came with her family from. Palo Aalto I. Think it'd be very, interesting to listen to him and it's very brave of him, to come speak in San francis-, now Spicer is promoting his new book debriefing, politics, the press. And the president in, which, he talks. About what it was like to speak for President Donald Trump I think a lot of times people didn't necessarily like or believe what he was saying and say well therefore it's. Your fault well I get that but my job. And any spokesman's job isn't to get in the way of communicating. Directly what they believe at ten Gary Malaysian says he sees this talk as unique chance to get a glimpse inside the current White House fellow probably has. An insight into the ramifications of the hustled mine the president I want an. Insight into that because I think we. Got a five year old mind in, the seventy. One year old body and it's bothersome to me at the marines memorial theatre Megan gold speak. KCBS coming up on KCBS Hollick wanted downtown San Francisco the oasis in the urban. Jungle a sneak peek at the sales Transit center a rooftop. Park all right let's check your. Traffic tonight it's eleven oh eight on this Thursday evening, and keeping track of things for us here's AJ Gilroy one zero. One, northbound at leaves Lee Road all, northbound lanes, are closed because of a fatal crash a car was driving the wrong way and the driver was, ejected out. Of the vehicle at tow truck will be needed for the car and cars are being diverted off, at, leaves Lee Road currently. Try, to exit ten, th street and get back onto the highway from Masten avenue that will save you a lot of time from instead. Being funneled into, one offramp Dublin five eighty westbound before hacienda drive a two car. Crash including one facing the wrong way is blocking the two left lanes expect about. A quarter mile. Backup CHP is on the scene Livermore five eighty eastbound from Greenville road to midway road the two right lanes are closed for, pavement work you're on the brakes from Northland. Road to grant line, road and what's not helping is the closure of the grant, line road offramp and Tracy eastbound, two oh five between eleven three And I five highway construction really slowing things down. Especially before I, five you're next traffic update eleven eighteen on. The traffic leader KCBS you bay area forecast hazy skies. Overnight and hazy sunshine tomorrow we'll see, fog the coast most of the day partly cloudy skies around. The bay mostly sunny inland and then again the Hayes will be a real issue and that's. From the smoke wafting down for Mendocino county highs tomorrow pretty much as they've been sixties at the coastline seventies around the bay to the low nineties inland slightly cooler on Saturday, and Sunday traffic and weather together on the eighth on, KCBS ready to.
Four people still missing in Northern California wildfire, 19K evacuated
"County complex fire now at eight hundred thousand acres burned almost, twenty thousand people have been evacuated as of last night the ranch fire was. Ten percent contained the river fire Rose from. Five to twelve percent contained. Seven homes three outbuildings have been destroyed roughly, twelve thousand structures are still threatened, and about nineteen thousand people have been evacuated no new evacuations have been issued since last night, caused the. Fire is still under investigation Cal fire's reporting on new fire named the eel fires burning east of the city of Kobe low and Mendocino county the blaze began late yesterday afternoon near, Mendocino national forest it's burned, about. Nine hundred acres it's threatening ten structures, and a campground evacuation orders being issued for the surrounding area know structures have. Been damaged no injuries. Have been. Reported the. Cause of that fire remains under investigation and the car fire burning. In Shasta County Antrim counties now at nearly one hundred thirteen thousand acres containment. Up to thirty percent again we'll get some new numbers after, seven o'clock this morning six confirmed dead local law and Forcement said yesterday four people still listed as missing that wildfire is now destroyed. Nine hundred sixty five homes damaged nearly two hundred others, and continues to threaten over twenty five, hundred structures the blaze. That broke out on July twenty, third now being called. The sixth most destructive fire in. California history meanwhile smoke from the Mendocino complex fires causing unsafe levels of air pollution. In Lake County the Lake. County air quality management district. Issued yesterday a health advisory as a result of particular levels ranging from unhealthy to hazardous residents urged. To stay inside limit physical activity here in the bay area it's not. A, problem that is predictable summer weather patterns were strong call. Read this coming off the.
At Senate immigration hearing, Durbin calls on Nielsen to resign
"Immigration hearing. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute at a Senate Judiciary committee, hearing Illinois, Democrat, dick Durbin since homeland security secretary Kirsten, Nielsen should resign over the Trump administration, separation of migrant children from families, but it was on her watch and under her leadership that nearly twenty seven hundred children were separated from their parents and more than seven hundred children's still have not been reunited with their families including more than four hundred whose parents were apparently deported and more than ninety whose parents can't be located at all committee. Chairman, Charles Grassley says Trump's crackdown on people illegally crossing the border from Mexico as well intentioned, but has had unintended consequences officials in California, say, fire crews have made some gains against twin wildfires in lake and Mendocino county in northern California that are threatening several lakeside towns. I'm Ed Donahue.
"mendocino county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Ten forty one two fires that started Mendocino? County, continue to grow and that's prompted new evacuation orders, and advisories KCBS reporter Jeffrey how joins us live. Now with the latest Jeffrey well Melissa. Four structures have been destroyed in. These fires four thousand and five. Hundred eighty seven are sweating, the river, fire is. In Lake County it's not far from lake poured it's now at, eleven, thousand acres five percent contain the ranch Fire here in Mendocino county is burning north of the town of hop land it's burned thirteen thousand acres, just, five percent contained both fires. Really took off overnight. Growing by ten thousand acres there are a number of evacuations. In both areas most however are near the town. Of lake port entire sections of lake port. Remain under evacuation Brandon Caro is a Cal fire spokesperson fires in the complex are being challenged by the same weather conditions hot, dry gusty winds, that hot dry weather along with a wins really making it very challenging for firefighters creating very. Hot active, fire. Especially during the afternoon hours also we're not getting? Good, recovery at night nighttime burning pretty active as well, as opposed to what we should or would like. To see in the evening is higher. Humidity cooler temperatures exactly are there. Are a number of road closures. Too many to tell you But they include, highway one seventy five at old river road here in Mendocino county, and Lake County one seventy five is closed at highway, twenty nine, it's opened to westbound traffic. Only and there's an evacuation center including Mendocino, college here in your reporting live in your Jeffrey Schaub KCBS all right Jeffrey thank you very much and we will continue, to hear from. Jeffrey. Throughout the day KCBS news time ten forty-three sportsline is coming up now Little. I didn't talk for a long time Sensitive to lights and. Sounds secret hiding places where they it Sometimes I do the same things over, and over until one day I. Found out I had autism my family got..
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"From ABC news John chops Iverson even deadlier and more destructive wildfire. Burning around reading in northern California to firefighters, and three members of the family have been killed the family at no time to evacuate neighbors say as flames swept through so fast houses. Exploded ABC's Alec stone, in, reading the fire activity here has been unlike anything firefighters. Have seen it's unprecedented fire commanders say unlike most fires, ago where the wind pushes a flames this one even without wind is expanding in, all directions causing tens of thousands of people. Who live in this area to back other fires forcing evacuations were Napa county and Mendocino county a. Few houses burned in Napa last night in an area hit hard and last year's fire season Stu William's. Stayed behind to protect his home and. Watch this part of. His, neighborhood went up in flames I've never seen it like this before just here. We go again President. Trump. Tweeting this morning that he'd be willing to shut down the government If Democrats don't vote for immigration. And border security he wants including a wall congressman Steve stivers Ohio Republican two-thirds of the Democrats are on a resolution to eliminate our immigration enforcement. System that keeps us safe from human trafficking, that keeps us safe from drugs and terrorists congressman Ben Ray Luhan New Mexico Democrat Senator speaker Paul Ryan that Republicans refuse to bring the. Dream act to the, floor, refused to bring the USA act which is a bipartisan. Bill to overturn President Trump's demeaning actions on dreamers both, on ABC's this week on how much of an impact the recordings former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen has or the report citing sources. That Cohen has said Mr. Trump noon advanced about the Trump Tower meeting former federal prosecutor an ex. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie now in ABC news contributor this is incredibly irresponsible stuff to be out there. It is not a Michael Collins best. Interest when he does..
"mendocino county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News time twelve forty. One we've got some breaking news right now regarding a couple of. The fires burning north of us here officials are reporting at this hour that the city of Yucaipa and a lot of Mendocino county is without power right now this is. Due to, the ranch and river fires that are burning it's not clear if the power was turned off as a precaution. Or if power lines of burned KCBS has a call in PG, need to try and get more information but again repeating city of you Cayenne a lot of Mendocino county without. Fire without power right now, because of, some fires it's not clear at this point when the. Power will be restored but stay tuned to KCBS as we continue to monitor the situation and essential, tool for firefighters is finding. Itself in short supply case are excuse me CBS news News correspondent Stephan Kaufman with, that story they. Weren't use long before satellite smartphones and jet propelled air tankers and still are the towers are. Extremely valuable fire lookout towers perched and remote mountaintops across the American west have an advantage over aircraft says Montana fire lookout coordinator. Renews this airplane is only in that area resort period of time. And the folks that are on lookout towers are there twenty four hours a day out of five thousand towers only about four hundred remain Stephan Kaufman CBS news Bart police. Are investigating, the death of a woman outside Dublin Pleasanton station yesterday morning paramedics were called to the station around five thirty. Saturday morning when the woman was found unresponsive near the station's pick, up and drop off area Bart police say the woman identified as a twenty six year old who had just. Been released from Santa Rita, jail was, declared dead At the scene Bart spokeswoman says the woman had a bump on. Her head but there were no signs of foul play Bart. Says Santa Rita jail officials are, reviewing, their records to determine. Whether the woman had the bump on her head when she left the jail and Bart police are pulling images from surveillance video that may be relevant to the incident Korean war veterans and others gathered aboard the. USS Hornets sea air and Space Museum in Alameda Saturday to Mark historic, day in US military. History KCBS Keith men Coney says the gathering was a commemoration to Mark the sixty fifth anniversary of the Korean war armistice it's often called the. Forgotten war but for the veterans that gathered Saturday one day after the sixty fifth anniversary the memories of the. Korean war remain vivid That veteran Denny wise Gerber Dale bourbon is a Dosen aboard the.
"mendocino county" Discussed on KSRO
"Zero three five ninety four five it's seven nineteen at chaos her oh we had tried to get supervisor gore on the telephone with us lots of stories in the news related to this anoma county board of supervisors we've talked a little bit this morning about the supervisors okay ing a ballot measure that would raise the sales tax over the next ten years to support the sonoma's county regional parks and several city parks also the pursue pervis irs though are dropping a plan to put a half cent sales tax increase on the november ballot that one would have been to pay for housing development the board made that decision yesterday after a june poll showed that the measure would fail to get the twothirds majority needed even though the october wildfires destroyed more than two thousand homes in the unincorporated areas supervisor shirley's ain said that voters who already have housing apparently don't feel the need or urgency supervisor david rabbit suggested they might i try a tax increase at a later date after further developing and selling the plan comes up also wanna let you about and let you know about an event that is happening this morning at ten am and that is where wildfire survivors and many of the county supervisors are going to speak out about potential legislative changes in the liability laws as far as california utilities go and they will join together on wednesday to call for action against those changes to utility liability law and also offer a commitment to partner with the state on fire prevention efforts included will be some fire survivors so now okay supervisor james gore napa county supervisor diane dillon mendocino county supervisor carrie brown and also executive director of si sack graham nas will be there that'll be this morning at ten am in the fountaingrove area on chelsea drive that is also happening another unusual event that will be going on now later today at the board of supervisors chambers it will be an unusual showing of a documentary at the chambers this afternoon at this evening at six o'clock it is a documentary called the s word and it is profiling suicide attempts survivor on a mission defined fellow survivors and then document their stories of courage insight and humor is a topic of course that has long been stigmatized and oftentimes buried with the lives that it's claimed the s word documentary about suicide and director lisa klein will appear with her film for that special audience that's tonight at six o'clock they'll we'll be accua q and a and it will be introduced that movie will be introduced by supervisor shirley zane who knows a lot about this subject her has been peter kingston took his life in january twenty eleven and she's been trying to dc de stigmatized mattei's these stigmatized that is the suicide situation and challenges in our society so all that going on today with regard to the board of supervisors and let's get you up to date on the latest in the news as well president trump is set to meet with german chancellor angela merkel and french president emmanuel macron at the nato summit in brussels that's after trump harshly criticized germany and other us allies during a breakfast this morning prior to the start of the nato events trump ripped france and other nato allies for not spending at least two percent of their gdp on defense the twelve boys freed from the cave in thailand can finally see their parents catches they'll have to wear a has met suit and keep their distance those boys all members of a youth soccer team still quarantined while doctors monitor their health and immune system which could have been weakened from so much time inside that k fortunately most of those boys are in very good shape china plans to hit back if the.
Mendocino County Today: Wednesday, July 27, 2016
"With manda factor frank lenzi is at the editor's desk november election matchups are set in eight states after the biggest primary day of the year so far primaries were held in alabama california iowa mississippi montana new jersey and south dakota yesterday a printing mistake though in la county left more than one hundred thousand names off the voter registry former president bill clinton says his today show comments this week about his nineteen ninetyfive affair with former white house intern monica lewinsky were not his finest hour contrite clinton told cbs late show host stephen colbert last night that he was mad at himself for his combative response during his today show interview this week clinton told colbert the interview started with an assertion that he had never apologized the us is slamming the united nations for denouncing its policy of separating children from their migrant and asylumseeking parents at the southern border the un human rights council called on the us yesterday to immediately stopped the practice us ambassador to the un nikki haley responded saying the un had ignorantly attacked the us calling it hypocrisy philadelphia eagles safety malcolm jenkins says nfl players who have been speaking up politically fighting for racial and social equality they're not disparaging the national anthem jenkins issued a lengthy statement on twitter of nafta the white house disinvited the eagles from an event originally intended to honor the super bowl champs more instead of a celebration for the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles the white house called it a celebration of america patriotic music the president's saying the national anthem never once mentioning by name team he abruptly disinvited hours earlier we love our country we respect their flag and we always proudly stand for the national anthem we always will stand for the national debate playing out even on the white house lawn where one man took a knee in protest press secretary sarah sanders accused the eagles of playing politics the eagles are the ones that tried to change their commitment at the eleventh hour and the president frankly thinks that the fans deserve better than that now some basketball's biggest stars are making their views known to no matter wash them but anyway so won't be going sit or cleveland going i agree with brian bagels players are speaking out now as well safety malcolm jenkins taking this one directly to the.
"mendocino county" Discussed on KOMO
"Forty four i'm mike conkland on komo news hi everybody happy mother's day is sunday morning here in western washington and we're going to see a warm jumping off point we'll drop just to the mid fifties by dawn and then warm right back up into the seventies to the low eighties around the sound for mother's day afternoon a real beauty out there but getting rather toasty even warmer for back to work monday highs well into the mid eighties around western washington could even see a few spots close to ninety near the foothills for the first time this season before we call it a little bit tuesday in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news california authorities say remains have been found near the site where a washington families suv went over a cliff in mendocino county mark mayfield cheer details march jennifer heart drove her wife in at least four of their children off a cliff on the northern california coast the bodies have jennifer and sarah hart and four of their children were recovered but two of the kids remained missing the mendocino county sheriff's office said on thursday that skeletal remains have what appear to be a human foot were found in a shoe that was tangled in a pair of girls jeans about a mile north of the crash site for experts are trying to identify the remains through dna analysis that's mark mayfield reporting federal help could be on the way soon to the island of hawaii lisa campbell has this report hawaii governor david ige says president trump has granted his request to declare the beautiful state a major disaster as the kellaway volcano continues to erupt the declaration clears the way for federal assist to repair public facilities damaged or destroyed more than twentyseven homes are gone and nearly two thousand residents evacuated on hawaii's big island lisa campbell reporting well thanks to streaming services like netflix hulu and sling tv more people are cutting the cord on cable and thanks to hdtv antennas they can still stay connected to local programming komo's connie thompson has.
Hart family crash: Body found in ocean after SUV plunge ID'd as Ciera Hart, 12
"That a body pulled from the ocean off the north coast last week was a child from a family that died when their suv went off a cliff in mendocino county coroner's office saying today that the dna analysis confirming the body was that of twelve year old sierra heart investigators say the crash was intentional toxicology results show that jenifer hart of the driving the appearance was driving drunk and her wife and their children that had large amounts of a drug in their systems that can cause drowsiness sierra heart was the fourth of six children to be recovered the crash happened just days after authorities in washington state opened an investigation amid allegations that the children were being neglected.
Hart family crash: Body found in ocean after SUV plunge ID'd as Ciera Hart, 12
"The engine to keep shrapnel from coming out the plane made an emergency landing in philadelphia seven other people on board got hurt but not serious to get seriously enough to be taken to a hospital the news is brought to you by reborncabinets crews in northern california have found all the members of valencia family whose suv plunged into a river the twelve year old son was found yesterday the mom dad nine year old daughter had already been found the family had gone on a road trip to oregon last month but ended up in the ill river in mendocino county during a heavy rainstorm and body found in the pacific ocean off mendocino county has been positively identified as a twelve year old girl whose family was killed and what cops say was an intentional crash investigators say one of the girls mom's purposely drove off a cliff while drunk last month both mother mothers were killed four of their kids were two two of the couples teenage children are still missing but are presumed dead traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center crash on the one thirty four near griffith park on.
Body ID'd as girl in SUV that went over California cliff
"News update someday i'm nikki medoro mendocino county authorities have identified the body of another missing member of the hart family they say a body recovered in the ocean ten days ago is that of twelve year old sierra heart sat officials use dna to identifier toxicology toxicology tests are pending she is the sixth of a family member found dead near the crash site to teens are still missing president trump is considering reversing one of his first acts as president correspondent bob costantini reports trump is trying to convince japan's prime minister to commit to major changes to an international trade deal kennedy donald trump campaigned hard in the rust belt in portland a protectionist message that included getting the us out of the transpacific partnership trade agreement now the leader of the top economy in the tpp is visiting president trump japan's prime minister shinzo ambi we'll have some say in whether the us could come back in as president trump is considering the top economic adviser larry cudlow is downplaying any change of heart unless there's change of details and the deal it's never been to our liking if we choose to go down that path however to quote unquote improve it we will have to be convinced that it's worth our while and i don't think the president's yet convinced that bob costantini washington porn star stormy daniels has released a composite sketch of the man she says threatened her in las vegas parking lot to stay quiet about her alleged relationship with donald trump daniels unveiled the picture on abc's the view and recounted the day she was threatened he had his hands in his pocket and he looked at my daughter and i remember him saying like a beautiful little girl it'd be ashamed of something happened to her mom daniels says she did not report the alleged threat at the time because she was scared her attorney says they're offering one hundred thousand dollars for information leading to the man's identification and scientists have developed a plant eating enzyme that may be used to fight one of the world's worst pollution problems researchers say the enzyme is able to eat pet which was patented as.
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"The sheriff minnesota county at fourteen miles an hour at its lowest point at that at that time which is a lot of force from the river and they think that the vehicle was very quickly swept downriver going northbound for the the river and mendocino county there was hope that somehow they had gotten out of the vehicle somehow they were able to swim to the side but for a couple of days nobody knew who was in that vehicle until the hp mendocino county they were able to to find missing persons reports the one out of valencia popped up the suv jeep seemed like what witnesses were describing they knew the family had been in the area and then once the pieces of the vehicle started showing up they were able to recover they knew that that was their vehicle but there was still that hope that slim a hope that they were gonna find that they were able to somehow but it it it seemed like it was impossible and then now we find out it was terrifying final moments that you could imagine i don't know how you survived that car goes over and your immediately swept up in the river the fast moving river i mean i don't know how you're supposed to try and knock the windows out but if you the cars submerged i'm not how you survived that well you don't and unfortunately in this case they couldn't and when the river is going that fast they said in the one day that stopped raining came down twelve to fourteen feet that shows you how high the river was in one day after the rain it could go down that far there was no way they could have survived and i am to think that you know we've all driven on roads for whatever reason that they were pulling over on a little pullover spot on an outlook that they pulled over and the ground gave way right there and slowly the vehicle went over and then it slid down the embankment and right into the river and all of this going on well still the search is on for members of the hart family also in mendocino county that was the family of eight then now the mendocino county sheriff's department and the chp believe that that one was intentional several weeks ago going off a cliff and down into the pacific ocean they still.
Woman's body found near where SUV plunged into river with family in Northern California
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"Scheduled for tonight a body is recovered near the site were an suv plunged off a northern california cliff last month killing a family of eight a statement yesterday by their mendocino county sheriff's office says a body was found in a surf the pacific ocean in westport the body was pulled by a bystander and later recovered by the fire department the sheriff's office says the body appears to be that of an african american female but the age and identity could not immediately be terminent autopsy however is planned authorities have been looking for three missing children from the crash that killed sarah and jennifer hard and three of their other adopted children at this point authorities say data from the vehicle software suggest the crash was deliberate and it's being called one of the worst chemical airstrikes in syrian history dozens of people reported killed this weekend when a civilian area was attacked in eastern gouda a place thought it'd be the last rebelheld town in syria reporter end up brady is with our partners at sky news reports which have been independently verified that a barrel bomb containing the toxic nerve agents sarin was dropped from a helicopter in a statement the us state department said these reports if confirmed are horrifying and demand an immediate response by the international community the united states continues to use all efforts vailable to hold those who use chemical weapons in syria and otherwise accountable activists say at least eighty people were killed in a strike including around forty who died from suffocation is president trump's epa chief walking the thin line coming up in about five minutes we'll tell you about a new rift in the white house.
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"The next generation of k g o eighteen a cumulus station now on the amazon alexa open the cage oh eight tenths skill we're following new information about the family killed in a crash off highway one in the north bay officers there say they believe all six children from the family were in a vehicle that plunged off a cliff the parents also died tom allman is the sheriff of mendocino county i was at the same today's ago i can tell you the very confusing scene because there were no skid marks there were no break marks there was no indication of why this vehicle traverse broccoli over seventy five feet of a dirt pull out and went into the pacific ocean one of the kids gained national attention during a ferguson protest in oregon a few years ago you may recall the photograph of him crying while hugging a white police officer and holding a sign that read free hugs tragic tragic story truly heartbreaking i it is so sad and now we are learning that may have may have been prevented we're learning that the kids may have been abused protective services oh was called just a few days before the accident happened neighbors say the children were isolated in the home and they often knocked on the neighbors doors and asked for food oh no that's just makes it worse it's horrible too often we hear these red flags and then you don't get to it in time some various schools are among thirty thousand classrooms across the country that are benefiting from a huge donations you hear about this one it's a san francisco startup called ripple it has fulfilled every request posted on a teacher website called donors choose dot org with a.
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"Their homes are gone now what i'm jiang netzler fox news they're the thousands who've lost everything in northern california wildfires those whose homes are gone are not being allowed into d destroyed neighborhoods pozega lawn is one of thousands of people who has had to find another place to live here are pretty chaotic your fedaruk there are a lot of people looking at our water gary you over could are available he and his wife got lucky though monday they signed a lease for a small home about twenty minutes from the one that burned a cinema county sheriff says the list of missing people they're looking for is down to 88 some of the fires are still burning but it is a lot less wendy's or crews have been gaining the upper hand on all of them found jessica rosenthal in mendocino county authorities now allowing everyone to either return home or to inspect wets laughed within forty people lost their lives in the wild fires a firefighter killed today near calisto ga when his tanker truck overturned after lunch today at the white house president trump denying his role latief chip with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell his strained in fact he calls it outstanding says the to look forward to working on legislation like tax reform courage and loyalty former vice president joe biden saying there is no better description of the man being honoured tonight with the liberty medal in philadelphia then he his friend and longtime senate colleague arizona republican john mccain he was looking back it's not been perfect service to be sure and there were probably times when the country might have benefited a little less of my help but i've tried to deserve the privilege as best i can and i've been repaid a thousand.
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"With for wildfires turned deadly i'm rich denison fox news at least ten people have been killed one hundred missing from wildfires burning throughout california santa rosa police say they've implemented a curfew for the mandatory evacuation zones until sunrise there are on the lookout for those looting what's left the destruction from the tubs fire is overwhelming over 1500 structures many in and around the city of santa rosa robbed yordano is these cinema county sheriff we have seven confirmed the deaths related to this fire so far that numbers dinner james it's just too early we can ever get into a lot of the spot so i would don't expect that to stay that way very long he says they were found within hotspots of the fire another person was killed in mendocino county and two others were killed in napa county jessica rosenthal fox news vice president mike pence leading californians though that the federal government will help in any way possible despite resources being used for other natural disasters while fires taking place here in california uh have have destroyed more than two thousand homes and we just learned today of a ten people having lost their lives liza president was in northern california last night texas tech university and lubbock was locked down briefly last night after a student shot in kill the campus police officer texas tech police choose kyle born of says the suspect was being questioned about drugs found in his campus room when he pulled out a gun and shot the officer in the head student was taken into custody was brought back here per our standard operating procedures to the department to be very often process to be taken to jail gunman identified as nineteen year old hollis daniels still no motive in the las vegas mass shooting officials sorting through more than a thousand leaves trying to figure out why steven paddock opened fire on a concert killing fifty eight people fox news fair and balanced a new leaf in my life changed because from an was there to get me to use trends no one can understand whether or not they struggled with addiction themselves.