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KCBS All News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A flurry of crashes no indication as to when that roadway will re open your next traffic update at three eighteen on the traffic leaders Arlene a mostly cloudy continuing overnight with a chance of showers windy with lows in the mid thirties inland to the mid forties of the coast and the bay today breezy and rainy highs in the low to upper fifties will have a high wind watch in effect from Saturday morning through late Sunday night a flash flood watch in effect from today later this afternoon through late on Sunday night for the North Bay interior valleys and mountains traffic and weather together on the aids and all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS the CBS news time three ten is our news watch continues well forecasters are warning that an atmospheric river flowing into the region this weekend could bring flash flooding and mud slides to the Kincaid fire burn area KPIX five reporter Joe Vazquez says people across the North Bay spent their Friday preparing after a major fire burns away the greenery the soil is left exposed and hardened such is the case in the Kincaid fires on where thirty say a heavy downpour from an atmospheric river is less likely to soak into the ground instead they're worried about it rushing down hill causing flash flooding and mud slides also there's a danger that ash and debris could cause harm that's why as the rains came earlier in the week cinema county officials began putting out these Hey barriers called Waddell's to try to hold the soil into place in meridian at Fairfax lumber and hardware customers seem more concerned about leaks than flooding I had problems with my Gaidar's writer of small leak or I got you know water from the neighbors coming into my yard I got it I got a fix as KPIX five reporter Joe Vazquez meanwhile as the rainy season kicks into high gear San Francisco officials are urging homeowners to prepare for flooding will rise been is the spokesman for the San Francisco public utilities commission he says the commission recently passed a flood map ordinance requiring property owners to disclose information about whether or not their property could be affected by flooding memories A. right are built upon former watershed and eating creek basis and they're low lying so they're traditionally the ones that if there is flooding during you know these these big storms Reisman says the city can also offer financial assistance for building upgrades that help residents protect their property from flood damage will car break ins have reached epidemic proportions in the bay area KCBS is Mike Cogan says San Jose is an example as seen a fourteen percent increase this woman who didn't want to give her name is at our car broken into several times the last time they actually took it for a joy ride for two and a half weeks she says she's tried everything but nothing seems to work I don't know what else to do I mean I need a car so what are you gonna do you know it's it's like I had to pay the the.

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"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Rare spinal cord tumor my son also has a very rare diagnose the location of where his tumor is and so there's just not a lot of information there is not there's no research available on out there right now that's why he's teamed up with cancer charity Alex's lemonade stand we are pouring lemonade and we're doing it off the bike and today is that just an opportunity for us to engage with the public out here in addition to this new bike Morris says he plans to donate a portion of all his bike sales to Alex's lemonade we also are making a donation of twenty dollars for every bike we sell on going in permanently twenty eight in San Francisco Carrie had a sack KCBS there have been eighty five hundred pieces a spacecraft and satellites that have entered into orbit yeah all of the human history KCBS is Mike Cogan says if SpaceX gets its way there could be five times that number and that's causing some concern to SpaceX wants to launch thirty thousand satellites into low earth orbit that's on top of the twelve thousand already approved after pretty radical increase that's Dr Brian we did during the program planning at the secure world foundation he says the challenges keeping all those satellites separated right now the US military is sort of the leader in the world in tracking what's up there in space but the trump administration has a plan to transfer some of our to the department of commerce and kind of improve how that's done by bringing in more data from international and commercial actors like to eat it says there's no rest to GPS satellites but there may be a risk something like the international space station which is orbiting just below where a lot of these consolations wants to go and so you know if there is a collision great flocks of space debris sort of like in the movie gravity there could be a risk to the space station like Tolkien KCBS a police officer in Milwaukee turned a traffic stop into a hero's mission and CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has the story officer Kevin Zimmerman pulled over and rally Jackson a single mother of five for driving without proper plates when he looked inside he saw three children in the back without car seats is that it's so many car accidents he had the three that you hate the thought that happened so that when she told him she couldn't afford them officers ever been drove to Walmart bought three car seats and install them himself I thought about my kid and I knew if I wasn't able to afford it I would hope somebody would tell me out I really appreciated though because like he'd have to do that I could have got three ticket this little car seat Jackson's kids grateful for the books and stickers Deborah Rodriguez CBS news well what's the best hospital city in the world a new report says you'll find it in Japan more from CBS news correspondent Peter king the study is from med bell a British online health provider and it says when it comes to infrastructure like medical work force education quality of.

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"S. fleets in a teleconference this morning Mary Nichols chair of the state air resources board says it was the car makers who came to them to work something out it was very gratifying that we had several companies that came to us and asked to talk to us about whether there was a way we could put forward an agreement the agreement also encourages a more rapid transition to electric vehicles governor Gavin Newsom says this compromise keeps emissions goals at nearly the same level set during the Obama administration is the mission roles are optional significant thing the state can do in this nation can do to advance those goals and the trump administration hell bent on role in the back the trump administration is currently writing new rules that would freeze vehicle emissions requirements for cars and light trucks that officials say will lower the sticker price for consumers under this agreement which will likely be challenged by the trump EPA automakers will produce fleets averaging nearly fifty miles per gallon by twenty twenty six Matt Bigler KCBS South Bay leaders are planning to hold their first ever hold a summit to address the ongoing crisis KCBS is Mike Cogan says the event will involve more than three hundred participants homelessness continues to spike here with almost eight thousand people going without shelter every night county leaders say they're going to address the problem it needs to be done in a big way we'll have three hundred forty people doing tabletop action sizes facilitated and they were going to be trying to get people to dialogue on how we can attack this problem a little bit more efficiently the events can be at the center Kerr county fairgrounds on September twenty first Santa Clara county supervisor Dave Cortes he says a summit will include people who are homeless we'll be actual homeless people folks with the lived experience of being homeless sitting at every table across from people who maybe middle income neighborhood residents so we're gonna try to tackle the mental health issues of public health issues the shelter issues a temporary shelter issues and see what we come up with in terms of a little bit of a better dynamic them over seeing out there in the community right now and the Silicon Valley bureau my cold and Casey BMC Berkeley and US department of energy researchers have teamed up to develop a new way to track black carbon better known as sought in and around west Oakland KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports black carbon is a major contributor to climate change and can cause an array of health problems west Oakland has a lot of black carbon emitted from thousands of diesel trucks at the port and the communities near proximity to interstate highways long term exposure can lead to or exacerbate development of cardiovascular disease the salmon indication that might exacerbate asthma Tom Kirsten leads the energy analysis and environmental impacts division at Berkeley lab and he's a UC Berkeley professor of engineering he and other researchers teamed up to create the largest black carbon monitoring network in the world a hundred sensors placed through out west Oakland for a Hundred Days we found that concentrations of said varied over large scale the rich over short distances and four times for example one person's exposure outside of their house might be two times higher than somebody else is just a few blocks away that was largely controlled by traffic.

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"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We'll build a few more over much of the bay area, and we might even get a little bit of rain mainly in the north bay other than that we shouldn't experience much rain at all in the north bay going into tomorrow afternoon. Just a weak little weather system that's going to be passing overhead, and because of that the temperatures will cool down a few degrees tomorrow. So daytime highs tomorrow will come in the mid to upper seventies from most locations across the bay and mid eighties inland, and then once we're done with tomorrow. Things are going to start warming up. In fact, it's going to be the warming trend that really starts to make the headline in the forecast from now all the way through Tuesday and Wednesday of next week by the time we get to the weekend temperatures inland or in the upper eighties. And then we should start hitting some low nineties for KCBS. I'm meteorologist Aaron peck with your KPI export cast, traffic and weather together on the it's on all news, one of six nine AM, seven forty KCBS a DJ DIGI dot com searching for a new or used car be happy, and visit DIGI DIGI dot com. KCBS news time seven fifty endeavoring Ingersoll at the key CBS editor's desk, as your Newswatch continues, the pediatric endocrinologist, says teen addiction to video games is affecting their brain development KCBS, Mike Cogan says the World Health Organization recently recognized gaming disorder as a mental health condition. Professor, pediatrics Robert lusty said playing video games, gives one a dopamine high, but it also kills brain cell neurons once those neurons have died, they're not coming back. And that's one of the reasons why addiction is so hard to treat. Because now you're ability to generate a dope responses now inhibited, it's been attenuated because you've lost those neurons, eighteen-year-old park land shooting survivor Cameron Caskey was attending Silicon Valley conference said teams like playing video games because it makes them feel like a winter when I defeat somebody in a video game I feel victory over them the way, I would, if I defeated them in sports, if I defeated them in intellectual conversation, and people really connected that Jim stiers CEO of San Francisco.

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"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And a half billion dollar request to address a record influx of Central American migrants, fleeing violence, Mr. Trump says he will sign this measure the section of highway one along the cinema county coastline is sliding into the ocean. The road has been limited to only one lane which will tie up Moyal day weekend. Traffic for sure KCBS Jeffrey Schaub report. Cal trans the whole community meeting in data tonight to discuss the roadway emergency the hundred foot long section of highway sits just inches away from a cliff below huge jagged rocks where the ocean meets the shoreline. Highway one has been a rooting for years, but became so dangerous after winter rainfall hell trans head to reduce it to one shared lane, and installed a large traffic light, which creates delays for motorists Pam Dorn, failed lives across from the crumbling roadway. She knows the couch trans has long term plans to relocate this stretch of highway four hundred feet inland and construct a large bridge over a giant cove. In the meantime, I mean, it's going to be a real drag for all the traffic that happens here during the summer, it's gonna take a long time for them to actually make this temporary until they move the road repair, but say Levy the highway relocation project could begin in two years. Fingers crossed invitation. Obey jeffrey. Schaub KCBS. Hear a lot about at least anecdotally, about how people are leaving the bay area in droves because of the high cost of housing in terrible traffic. KCBS as Mike Cogan says that's actually not reflected in the latest numbers from the US census bureau, a lot of people may be leaving. But just as many if not more are moving in John Goodwin with.

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KCBS All News

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"They should have a plan for moving forward with the cleanup on these plots of land within a few days reporting live in the news center gentleman KCBS Jetta, if you drive on highway seventeen the Santa Cruz mountains as good news just around the bend KCBS as Mike Cogan says the puck filled roadway pothole-filled roadway rather is about to get some long awaited major repair work. We're driving here on highway seventeen if any road could use some maintenance this would be it. The good news is it's about to get some big time. Attention we're gonna resurfaced it all the way from two Idi up into the Santa Cruz mountains, and it's going to be a significant re servicing. We're also going to be doing some signs and some warning signs electric warning signs and safety improvements on the upper part of highway seventy. Near the summit state. Senator Jim bell who authored SP one Bush provides six billion dollars a year for road improvements since thirty five billion will be spent repaid this roadway at an additional twenty million on electronic signing that will help make the road safer by limiting the tacos and the the rough roadbed is gonna make much safer. The roadwork here is expected to start next year on highway seventeen why Colgan KCBS male driver of a Honda Civic died and head on crash with a college drummer having a one overpass this morning. The California Highway Patrol says fifty year old Sergio Ramirez of Santa Rosa was driving the truck early this morning when it collided head on with the Honda that was traveling east and westbound lane of river road. According to the HP the truck driver break, the Honda driver tried to swerve to the right before the collision Ramirez was not injured and the Honda driver died at the scene. According to the HP just ahead on KCBS Bigler what? Oakland international is unveiling to help an airplane firefighting and rescue. He's a really impressive apparatus. KCBS traffic update with George Rask starting out on the nimitson Oakland where the northbound ride is pretty slow the backup almost reaching now into San Leandro to ninety eighth avenue is where the slow traffic starts an accident. Northbound at Hagen burger and in earlier occurring crash northbound at twenty nine hundred twenty nine crash has been cleared. However, southbound traffic is backed up from nine eighty all the way down to twenty ninth scene of the earlier occurring. Northbound accident. There's also slow going through Pleasanton. That's an understatement. It's jammed up through Pleasanton, six eighty southbound backed up to north of stone ridge to south of Burnell avenue north of signal castle. Would right lane has been shut down there since nine o'clock this morning, an accident occurring just before three lanes. There are not likely to be cleared for this overturned big rig that needs to be offloaded until sometime in the late after. Noon or early evening and new problems for the ride in San Jose with slow going on eight eighty southbound the Chilton auto body collision Cam Bob prior. That's an accident. Southbound eight eighty right after north I read a couple of cars managed to limp over to the shoulder traffic behind it backing up from before Gish road in old Bayshore Fremont, six eighty northbound. We heard from the KCBS phone force, Brian there appears to be some fresh pavement that slowing the drive on six eighty northbound before Washington, the slow traffic coming up from automobile Parkway next update, twelve eighteen traffic leader, KCBS lovely out there. Lots of sunshine around the bay area with temperatures into the sixties and seventies after noon, low eighties inland, pretty soon. Tomorrow's forecast calls for more of.

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"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here's Matt Susan asking a co worker or manager how much they make was always considered a no, no. But KCBS is Mike Cogan says that's not so much the case anymore and increasing number of companies have adopted a pay transparency policy. The salaries for every employee are available to people within and outside the organization Christina Delacruz regional vice president for the creative group a division of Robert Half, which conducted the poll seventy seven percent of businesses. They offer some level of salary transparency benefits of an open pay policy is that it's helping to close the wage gap and help to create creates an atmosphere of trust in collaboration organizations are trying to use this as a way to know component of recruitment and retention Delacruz. Companies are becoming more willing to share compensation information in an effort to demonstrate in organizational culture of fairness Colgan KCBS. Berkeley police are on the hunt for the suspects who robbed one apple store four times in less than a week. Police have released images of three of the suspects. Investigators say more than twenty thousand dollars worth of merchandise was taken Berkeley police spokesman Byron white tells KPI x five thieves hit Berkeley's fourth street store twice last Thursday. And then they returned Monday night. And then again the following morning. They'd like your help in trying to identify these people. And none of these instances has anyone gotten hurt? And we absolutely don't want anybody to get hurt. So if you're in a store, and you see a theft, we just want you to be a good witness. Bear mind with the people look like their clothing any anything distinctive about them. This is not the first time that apple location has been targeted. Just in December. At driver crashed a U-Haul truck through the front window, but failed to get inside. One person was killed in a teenage boy was critically injured after a car plunged down a steep hillside on mount Tam o' pious in Marin county yesterday afternoon, the California Highway Patrol says officers were dispatched to the scene just before five pm on ridgecrest boulevard in mount Tabor pie state park after reports of a car going off the roadway. The CHP says the car landed hundreds of feet down the hill. The driver of that vehicle died at the scene and a thirteen year old boy suffered major injuries and was transported to the hospital. The investigation into what happened is ongoing the HP has not released the names of the two people in the car. I'll here's a story that may sound familiar a KPI x five news crew was robbed in Oakland yesterday afternoon. The crew reported they were near herald street and fruitvale avenue when a masked suspect drove up to them told them he was armed and demanded their camera before fleeing Oakland police say. Officers working with the SF PD were able to track down in detain to individuals in San Francisco and recovered the camera within a couple of hours. This is just the latest in a series of attacks on news and film crews in the city another KPI ex crew was robbed and their bodyguard was shot during an armed robbery.

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"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The FBI's final report on the Las Vegas concert massacre is silent on the question of motive the FBI special agent in charge in Las Vegas only spec. Relating to the AP in an interview that the shooter may have been trying to obtain some type of infamy these people were enjoying themselves, and he decided to just rain hell on them. And for what reason tire Las Vegas police detective, Michael Jeffries tells connects these cases not uncommon and that they are frustrating for the public and police how do you even get into his head to say how it progressed the shooter took his life in his Mandalay bay hotel, suite after the eleven minute concert massacre, the more than twenty high powered weapons in his hotel room were all purchased legally in the year leading up to the attack. Well, that is Craig figure reporting this morning. The breakdown on why we pay so much for gasoline has always been a little bit murky hasn't it KCBS is Mike Cogan says a mystery twenty cents a gallon surcharge is raising new questions so far. There's no explanation for the explained surcharge state, Senator Jerry hill, we in California pay the highest price for gas per gallon. And we want to make sure that we're getting our money's worth. And if we're spending seventeen billion dollars in cost more than we should that hits the average driver right in the pocket. Hell is one of nineteen legislators asking the state's attorney general to launch an investigation. This does add to the skepticism, and it does add to the concern that we are paying so much and not getting our money's worth for our gas cost and the taxes were paying. So I think we need to vigilant and find out exactly where every penny goes. Turns out we've been paying the mystery surcharge since at least twenty fifteen why Colgan KCBS the woman who was the youngest follower. She was nineteen when she started following Charles Manson will again asked to be freed from prison. Sixty nine year old Leslie Van Houten is serving life at the California Institute for women in San Bernardino county in the town of chino Van Houten was twice recommended for parole. But then governor Jerry Brown blocked, her release Brown said Van Houten still a too much of the blame at Manson for the nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine stabbing deaths of grocer Leno labianca and his wife, Rosemary. Well, they're going to try again officials say the Van Houten has been a model inmate earned a master's degree in counseling and headed programs to help other inmates Oakland transportation officials are hearing from the public about ways to improve e scooter services as the city works to regulate scooter companies KCBS carry Huda. Reports from a public forum in downtown Oakland. Still this love hate relationship. When it comes to e skaters in Oakland,.

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KCBS All News

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Susan twenty two consumer and privacy groups have filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission against Google apps that they allege are inappropriate for young children story from KCBS is Mike Cogan. There have been targeted because of inappropriate in-app purchases that can pop up while a child is playing the games. Then Brody covers tech policy for Bloomberg news an ad comes up for a game that's drinking themed, but it's an eight year old playing the game. Now, of course, these aren't the ads that come up every time. But it's the problem is that they could come up. So you might have another one in ad comes up for a game. That's gambling themed Josh goal with a campaign for a commercial free childhood one of the groups involved with their complaint said parents shouldn't let children six and under play video games. But if they feel like, you know, it's important for their child to play out, then they should most definitely download the app and play. It's the first themselves keeping a close eye on what kind of the advertising is going on in the Colgan KCBS, a San Francisco police officer who could lose his. Job for sending racists tax has now been charged with robbing a Bank in the sunset district. Federal prosecutors say rain Doherty was arrested earlier this week to court documents claim he entered the east West Bank at Irving twenty-third on November twenty nine and handed. The teller a note demanding money saying something like calm down. Just do. It nearly nine thousand dollars was handed over Dockery who's an on unpaid suspension could end up facing up to twenty years in prison if convicted he's among nine current and former officers who sued to keep the police commission from disciplining them for sharing racist, sexist and homophobic, texts back in twenty eleven and twenty twelve KCBS news time five thirteen. Hey, I'm Andrew Krasny. From the BNP Harry about open every spring. The Indian Wells tennis garden just outside of Palm Springs hosts, one of the most prestigious tournaments in tennis world-class,.

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KCBS All News

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Found lines for gas sixty cars deep consistently at this Costco in Wilmington North Carolina nearby. Scott Proctor was in line for propane that he may need to run a generator. Once he returns. For the rest of the year. So how was that out later today or tomorrow, he told us that the Costco was out of water? Sure enough. There was a limit of five cases of water per member. There's none CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson says people need to prepare for the category for store time is now to make those preparations if you are in North Carolina for potentially being without power for weeks at a time as well as lots of rain from freshwater and coastal flooding. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. KCBS news time five thirty two Silicon Valley could be in. So for some rough times KCBS as Mike Cogan says, the tech sector could be one of the hardest hit in the escalating trade war between the US and China apple for examples is a proposed China terrorists would boost prices for all his products, including iphone and ipad tech analyst, Tim baharan. Keep in mind that the screen itself is very expensive. But the real issue would be the manufacturing costs. Besides the factoring in the facility, the labor costs. Here are so much higher than they are anywhere else in the world. President Trump tweeted over the weekend that apple should manufacturer. It's gadgets in the US. If it wanted to avoid tariffs on Chinese imports. Beheira CEO of creative strategies says that's impractical for both logistical as well as a cost standpoint bottom line is the way the supply chain works. It is so much more effective inefficient to be able to do it in Asia where the manufacturing costs are cheaper and more specifically there in a more centralized location for the components to come to to a manufacturing facility in China based apple suppliers dropped as much as ten percent following the president's tweet in the Silicon Valley bureau, why Colgan KCBS both sides are now lobbying governor Brown over a Bill that would limit just how early schools could start their school days. The story from Chris students with their all new sister station KNX in LA, California school boards association is among those skeptical of requiring all middle and high schools to start no earlier than eight thirty in the morning Choi flinch says it's not that he's group is totally against later start times. They just don't agree with a one-size-fits-all approach. What we're advocating is that. The school board in the local community who truly understand the specific need of their population. Make those decisions on a local basis because they have the most knowledge about what's best for their conditions. Then there's the other side of the issue. Not surprising to me that the administrators are opposed to this Joshua Peschalt, president of the California federation of teachers I would argue that if it's a good policy for one. It's a good policy for all governor Brown has until the end of the month to make his decision indicated that is Chris students reporting in southern California. KCBS news time five thirty four. It's time for Dave Ross Trump versus Obama. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network, presented by theraworx relief. The latest government figures show wages last month increase to the best clip since the end of the great recession. We have now had ninety five straight months of job creation and that prompted several triumphant Trump tweets which in turn prompted former President Obama to give a speech on. Friday, saying wait a minute. All this economic joy started during my administration. He also added that despite those figures there's growing inequality it's harder to get health insurance and pay back that college loan were disrespecting hardworking emigrants, alienating our allies and foolishly pretending. There's no climate change to which Trump replied, the solution is American jobs jobs before climate change American workers before foreign workers both men claim they know what will make the middle class prosper. But the Obama approach assumes if you find yourself struggling the government needs to fix things for you. While the Trump approach says if you're still struggling after all this winning. It means there's something wrong with you. And that's the debate. I wanna see before the midterms a debate between the two mindsets. Trump versus Obama, no moderator, no audience. Each man's Mike is live for exactly three minutes of the time and the alternate for ninety minutes. Let's see the Russians hack that Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network..

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"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Driver last week is out on bail old Sean Walker of. Rachlin was allegedly, speeding and on his cell phone at the time of the collision he. Faces two counts of vehicular manslaughter and will be arraigned next month officer Kirk griss had pulled over high may Manuel along interstate eighty and Fairfield when the crash happened in both GRIs, and men well were killed a memorial service and procession for the. Officer is scheduled for eleven AM today at the father's, house church in Vacaville the Santa Clara county DA thinks that the. State should speed up the testing a bullet casings KCBS is Mike Cogan says. Jeff Rosen is sponsoring a Bill that would do just that Rosenthal the state is missing the. Mark when it comes to analysing gun-related evidence rapidly the idea here is to reduce the time Time. That it takes to examine that, shell casing, to take that, from, months to days because when you take something from months today's you, can much more quickly solve crimes Rosen says bullet-casings distinctive. As fingerprints no two fingerprints are the same and no two shell casings are in the same so. Even if you have the same make and model of a. Gun and you, fire a bullet from that gun the shell casing that subjected will look. Slightly different from the same make and model of a different gun that fires at Rosen says a casing database would reveal up the same gun is used at another crime the Silicon. Valley bureau why Colgan KCBS Trump plans to nominate former federal prosecutor. Dave Anderson for US attorney. For northern California Anderson is, currently a partner at the law firm Sidley Austin which is headquartered. In Chicago with offices in San Francisco Anderson is a Stanford law school grad. He clerked for supreme court Justice Anthony Kennedy In the early nineties a state Senator from the East Bay is. Crafting legislation that would end the practice, of, releasing county jail inmates late at night, KCBS gentle lane reports it's inspired. By the recent death of a Berkeley woman Lewis's death was avoidable state Senator Nancy. Skinner says the loss of her constituent moved her but that other counties in California have also seen cases of late, night or early morning releases from jail playing a role in someone's death we weren't releases during business hours I want releases where there, is some coordination either shirts of a right to the person's home or a. Safe place and some. Kind? Of coordination with the services that the person might, need a spokesman for the Alameda County jail where Jessica Saint Louis had been held so the real issue, in her case was not the time of her release but drugs she might have taken afterward. That has not been confirmed by, toxicology testing Gentlemen KCBS new. Grant from the port of Oakland, is going toward helping low income workers break into the construction industry KCBS is Keith men Coney reports of the money comes at. A time when there. Is a growing need for skilled workers the Oakland based. Rising sun energy center will put, the. Seventy thousand dollar grant towards a training program that, prepares workers for jobs in the construction trades the timing is pretty good the group's executive director Jody Pinkas says she's never seen so much. Development happening in the bay area. But she says there is a shortage of people with the skills to do the work and so we absolutely need to train people for those jobs that are good job it's not just about work skills the group is also helping participants deal with a number of. Barriers to employment whether it's housing issues whether they need more supportive services whether, they have record expunged issues or they need support with their driver's license even the Port of Oakland is in, need, of. Skilled construction workers with a, number of, ongoing, development. Projects, of its own so it's hoped that some, of those trained. Through, this. Program we'll, be, able to find construction work right there at the port keep men Coney KCBS coming up on KCBS I'm Carrie. Hodousek with more on, the results of a new study that looks at over fifteen years of data on the federal government's. Practice of detaining asylum seeking family is four fifteen here's your sports line with Bruce McGowan let's check out what happened on Thursday night in the major. Leagues Johnny Peralta slammed a. Three-run first-inning Homer is, twenty second of, the year and starting pitcher clay Buchholz went the distance striking, out six and allowing only five it's in Iran as the first place Diamondbacks beat the, Padres in San Diego five to one other finals from Thursday raise over the Yankees. In the Bronx three to one. Mets broke a team record with twenty four runs in a single game bashing, Philly in the first, of two twenty four two four, well Philadelphia return the favor winning, the second game nine to six rocky snap. The Braves Five game winning streak with a five three. Win in Atlanta national snap Saint Louis eight-game skiing with a five four win cubs blanked the pirates one nothing John Lester. Eight strikeouts in six shutout innings of work giants back in, action Friday night at Cincinnati they'll be without the services of starting. Pitcher Derek Rodriguez the outstanding rookie on the. Ten day deal with a strained right hamstring apparently suffered that injury during a scrum Tuesday night in LA when the dodgers and Nick Hundley the giants mixed it up meanwhile the as. Have an important series Friday night against. Houston the first of three against the defending World Series champions manager. Bob Melvin his team has. Won. Thirty eight of. Its last fifty one game says his team is feeling pretty good confident they're confident play hard we played. The same pace every day no matter what whereas on the other team I, mean we were there's never really any, letdown from our clubs I think they're. Just looking forward to you know the position that we're in the intensities heiresses kind of, make, up. Of the manager Bob Melvin, as one, a, day. On, the, PGA golf tour I ran action of, the Wyndham championship. In, Greensboro, North Carolina Branch brand, snicker. Became a tenth player. In PG history to break a sixty, with a eleven, hundred fifty nine his round. Featured ten, birdies and, an eagle to know what you're trying to. Do and step up there have a, twenty footer, and know what it means I was very aware of what was going on and that was really special nether part of a small club on. On tour people done this and really cool feeling, right now Was just one short of the tour record set by Jim furic back in two thousand sixteen at the travelers championship coming up and a half an. Hour a look at the NFL preseason sports at. Fifteen and forty five on all news one zero six nine AM seven forty. KCBS adopted.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Its. CEO Elon Musk of artificially manipulating the company stock and hurting other, tesla, securities as collateral. Damage the Mercury News reports that Calman Isaac has followed up. Filed rather a lawsuit seeking class action, status which alleges the company committed securities. Fraud that lawsuit stems from must tweet last week saying that he was considering taking tesla private at four hundred twenty dollars per, share and that funding was secured in the. Lawsuit ISAACs argues that tesla and musket did not address details of the alleged. Funding, well the cable TV industry is getting killed by cord. Cutters six people a minute are pulling the plug that according to a new, report we get the story from KCBS, reporter Mike. Cogan you know how it is you get like four hundred, channels but there's nothing to. Watch it's just not that much on you just flip the channels and there's nothing Interesting instead of paying eighty five, bucks a, month for cable Gina. Cut the cord subscribing and said a Netflix Hulu for sixteen a month there's. A lot of movies on Netflix and there's a lot of shows, where, you can watch. Full seasons and full full series all the way from the. Beginning to the end whenever you want, to it's not a certain time it's. Just whenever you want to flip on the internet and watch it Doug analyst rob Enderle says the only way for the cable, industry to survive is to evolve into other. Areas they could provide security services for the home they could provide IOT controls. All, this internet of things stuff isn't working very well and. The cable company could provide the kind of logic and crew troll structure could, allow you to do that better I, mean they. Control the setup boxes for years of this moved into a, different venue but in terms. Of programming that ship sailed by Holden KCBS KCBS news time nine forty three Walgreens has. You covered with a trusted summer essentials you need no.

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05:21 min | 2 years ago

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"RV's and real. Estate, donations KCBS news time. Traffic time seven forty eight where. We going Peter we're going to San Mateo bridge this is highway ninety two. Eastbound in the Hayward direction on the flat section just before you pass by the toll, plaza two car crash ended up on the center divide all of the activity. Now is on the eastbound side for a while you have the, fire department on both sides of the center divide but the westbound fire department has been released and now only eastbound is affected and it's why you have that stretch of slow traffic just about mid span eastbound on the San Mateo bridge in Campbell learned of this from Wayne of the KCBS phone force who had us even before the CHP northbound, seventeen before Hamilton car too big rig crash. Together the cars overturned and blocking the middle lane the big rig is. Out of the way on the right hand shoulder the first CHP, officer to get there is calling for an ambulance, and, I'm already seeing the Backup take shape, here. You'll come to the brake lights after you pass Camden, avenue in union city eight eighty southbound roadwork at Alvarado Niles has it slow from industrial Parkway to Alvarado Niles that. Should be over with at nine. Your next traffic update at seven fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS. Six day forecast is calling for mostly sunny skies throughout the afternoon today with AC conditions, especially inland highs in the upper fifties and low sixties at the beaches seventy. S to the low eighties by the bay and the low nineties, inland the low clouds and fog will push their way into the bay tonight with lows in the fifties and tomorrow after some overcast will be mostly sunny again highs from the sixties at the beaches into the low nineties inland and that's going to continue into the work week Monday through Thursday all look mostly sunny highs from the sixties to the, low nineties traffic and weather together on the. Eight Sankei CBS CBS news special report New York Republican congressman Chris Collins. Has done an about face and now says he will suspend his, reelection campaign days after his Indictment on federal insider trading charges on Wednesday Collins decried the accusations that he tipped off his son and others who have failed test. Of a cancer drug at the company where he served on the board of. Directors he called the, charges politically motivated by affiliation with innate immune a therapeutic says prompted attacks, on me my integrity and my investments by my political opponents I believed in. The company and still do but in a statement this morning Collins said his candidacy would be amunition for Democrats and while he's stepping aside from congress he reiterated this bell from his announcement Wednesday I will mount a vigorous. Defense in court to clear my name I look forward to being fully vindicated and exonerated CBS news special report I'm Bill Rakoff KCBS news time seven fifty one a free speech group says President, Trump is, still blocking dozens, of. People from his Twitter account despite a court's ruling that, doing so violates the first amendment Columbia University's night First amendment institute sending a letter to the Justice department yesterday listing forty one people it says are still blocked from the president's account the letter says nearly. All the accounts were locked after. Sending tweets critical Mr. Trump or his policies a US district judge ruled in may that people have, a right to reply directly to haul Titians use Twitter accounts as public forums for official business the president is appealing the ruling that cable television industry is getting killed, by cord cutters six people a minute reportedly are pulling the. Plug this is, according to you a, new study we get the story from KCBS reporter. Mike Cogan how it is you get like, four hundred channels but there's nothing, to watch there's just not that much on you. Just flip the channels and there's nothing, interesting instead of paying eighty five bucks, a, month for cable Gina cut the cord subscribing said a Netflix Hulu. For sixteen months there's a lotta movies on Netflix. And there's a lot. Of shows where you can watch, full seasons and. Full full series all the, way from the beginning to the end whenever you want to it's, not at a certain time it's just whenever you want wanna flip on the The internet and watch it tech analyst rob, Enderle says the only way. For the cable industry to survive is to evolve into other areas they could provide security services for the home they could provide IOT controls. All this internet of things stuff isn't working very well and the. Cable company could provide the kind, of logic and Craig troll structure could allow you to do that better I mean they control the setup boxes for years this moving into a different venue but. In terms of programming that ship. Sailed Colgan KCBS KCBS news time seven fifty two The democratization. Of data not this is sound, bites when the web says to greet you had about the democratization of knowledge but. Not so much anymore with increasing corporate control has come real concern about. Data use by, one of the best known critics have big data today is British parliamentarian. Baroness bebinger kidron who owns the online world is changing the gatekeepers that they were replacing have been. Replaced by four or five major companies that. Will the well that leads. Nowhere on such a no one a completely undemocratic and. Are really in a twenty-first-century goldrush around data Baroness top priority is protecting children's data and she wants to see that..

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KCBS All News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"For the bay area all news one six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs san jose firefighters prepare for what they're expecting to be a busy fire season why gas prices might be dropping from the recent peaks the possible short of long term impacts of the official repeal of today's net neutrality rules good afternoon i'm rebecca chorale kcbs news time twelve thirty one cbs news update the pyongyang regime must denuclearize says secretary of state mike pompeo ahead of the trump kim summit president trump believes that kim jong has an unprecedented opportunity to change the trajectory of our relationship and bring peace and prosperity to his country we are hopeful this summer will have set the conditions for future productive talks the face to face discussions now five and a half hours away correspondent major garrett the summer we'll begin as we might all expect with a handshake talk about a photo op and then possibly as many as two hours of direct conversations president trump came john moon only their translators present hussein university political science professor robert kelly sizes up the impending meeting from singapore concern i think that of many others is that diplomacy with a state like earth korea's a lot more than just whether or not donald trump he feels like he gets along with some guy that he meets for a couple of hours right i mean this is a lot more complex than cbs news update i'm dave barrett kcbs news time twelve thirty to the controversial decision by the fcc last year to repeal net neutrality rules officially takes effect today kcbs is mike cogan with what it all means first off consumers wall see any immediate impact but a nashville falco legislative council for the electronic frontier foundation says a repeal creates an unlevel playing field for smaller service providers because they won't have the deep pockets they won't have.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Of the news sponsored by pacific coast termite santa clara county sheriff laurie smith appears headed for a surprise of runoff election as kcbs as mad bigler reports smith is facing a challenge from her former second in command with forty one percent of ballots counted sheriff laurie smith has about forty five percent of the vote her challenger former undersheriff john hero coa has around thirty percent last night here college told reporters slightly they'll be a one off in november majority of the voters have cast their ballots are indicating they want change smith has faced a string of controversies in recent years including hunger strikes by prisoners at the main jail sexual harassment allegations and the beating death of inmate michael tyree at the hands of three correctional deputies but smith tells kpi x five she took swift action against those prison guards we arrested them within a week of the incident smith is not dealt with a runoff since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when she was elected and later became the first female sheriff in california in san jose matt bigler kcbs california voters have recalled to politicians we had state senator josh neumann in southern california who was targeted for his vote on that gas tax measure and in santa clara county judge recalled as a result of the sentence he handed down in a closely watched sexual assault case kcbs reporter mike cogan with more santa clara county superior court judge aaron persky was the target of a recall campaign as a result of a six months sentence he gave former stanford swimmer brock turner that campaign which was led by stanford law professor michelle daba got close to sixty percent vote here in santa clara county we have sent a message sexual violence and violence against women and sexual harassment is a voting issue we are going to vote on it and i think we started to see the beginning of that with the alabama senate race and now we're seeing it again here in santa clara county cindy hendrickson who's been a prosecutor here for twenty three years was elected to serve the remainder of judge persky term the silicon valley bureau mike colgan kcbs and.

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KCBS All News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

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"By our sister station kpi tv as it happens the reverend al sharpton will deliver the eulogy and then it will hold a news conference after clark's burial which is at a cemetery not too far away hundreds of people already turning out many more coming to pay their last respects some of them knew and loved stefan clark others never met him at all but their touched by this case and the controversy the twenty two year old father of two young children shot and killed by police eleven days ago when they mistakenly believed the cell phone in his hand was a gun and of course that's shooting sparked protests all over sacramento for days the ceremony scheduled to get underway around eleven o'clock we're told it will last as long as two hours which seems a little long might be a little bit shorter than that but we'll have it for you and bring you you all the developments here as the day goes on live in sacramento doug sovereign kcbs the sacramento kings basketball team says it is partnering with black lives matter to create an education fund for the children of stefan clark the kings made the announcement on their website protesters angry over the police shooting of clark of twice blocked fans from entering golden once after the nba teams downtown arena the kings also say that they're partnering with a group of local leaders called build black coalition to support what it terms transformational change for black communities in sacramento ice agents have made five unsuccessful attempts to get into santa clara county jails over the last two weeks kcbs is mike cogan reports the two most recent tries happened just yesterday morning ice agents were mistakenly allowed into santa clara county jails on march seventh and eighth sergeant reggie cooks they tried again the following week on the fourteenth and they were denied at that point they again tried on monday to twenty six what they did was they went over to elmwood tried to enter through the first main entrance and then circle back around to a back entrance where we house are women inmates ice agents have made five attempts in the last two weeks county supervisor dave cortege he had this reaction at this point you have to figure that we're being targeted i don't think that's any secret anymore they've been out here sessions has been out here in california said basically said that i'm going to.

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KCBS All News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mike cogan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Pool tables it's just a fun place to hang out all eyes on oakland today with the american debut of angels feed on shohei ohtani he's the pitcher who can also hit pretty well or the hitter who throws a premium fastball your call live in oakland tim ryan kcbs thank you tim federal ice agents apparently continuing to try to get into santa clara county jails after they were mistakenly allowed entry twice earlier this month this is the latest controversy around sanctuary city laws kcbs reported mike cogan with the latest a two bowls racing attempts occurred just yesterday morning sergeant reggie cooks with santa clara county sheriff's department they tried to enter in both facilities what they did was they came of relatively early in the morning during business hours to try and get into main jail and then there was another attempt made to get into elmwood which is in milpitas our minimum calf acidity all five recent attempts were unsuccessful county supervisor dave cortez he said it's clear that santa clara county is being targeted they do everything by virtue of command and control and command and control it's telling them right now go see how many people you can harass the santa clara county but i said preventing its agents from a russian criminal aliens and local jails is nonsensical why colgan kcbs it will be a day of mourning and most likely another day of protest in sacramento kcbs reporter doug sovereign will be there as the unarmed black man shot to death by police eleven days ago is laid to rest the shooting of twenty two year old stefan clark has convulsed sacramento and triggered protests across the country as they were chasing clark suspecting he was breaking car windows to sacramento cops thought he aimed a gun at them but he had no gun it was just his cell phone they fired twenty times killing the father of two toddlers in his grandmother's backyard berry axiom is with voice of the youth excessive force was used by the police against this young man can we say his name nine o'clock lurks funeral is at bayside boss church reverend al sharpton will deliver the eulogy and it's open to the public sacramento mayor darrell steinberg knows more protests are certain to follow we have a moment in time to lead towards real change and that's exactly what we intend to do doug sovereign kcbs while the.

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