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02:52 min | 2 years ago

"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Shut hospitals and airports relied on generators, it happened while some areas were holding local elections voters cast ballots using cell phones torches, Argentina's president, muddy CEO Macanese calling the outage unprecedented and his own investigation. His energy secretary says it's not. Fought to be sabotage flip breeds and beyond us. India is imposing tariffs on the US. The duties were announced last year, but the country delayed implementation until today after talks on a broader US India trade deal broke down and Washington dropped India's preferential trade status last month. The tariffs, cover about one and a half billion dollars worth of goods and twenty eight categories on products, including apples, and almonds, Israel has inaugurated, the site of a future settlement in the Golan Heights its name Trump heights. And here's Daniel estrin has more Israel is naming the new Golan Heights settlement after President Trump because Trump has backed Israel's claim to the territory, Israel captured the Golan from Syria in nineteen sixty seven other countries, do not recognize the Israeli annexation, but Trump calls the Golan strategically important for Israel's security, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US ambassador to Israel, David Freedman unveiled a large sign with golden letters, bearing the name Trump heights. The ambassador wish Trump a happy birthday for. The cajun. And Trump tweeted his, thanks, but despite the dedication ceremony there is no final Israeli government approval to build the settlement on that site. The approval must wait until a new Israeli government is formed after September elections. Daniel estrin NPR news. Jerusalem. Phoenix mayor que Galago says an altercation between police and a young family was completely inappropriate and unprofessional, and she's calling for action. This comes after video emerged showing police pointing guns and yelling profane comments at a father and a pregnant woman holding her one year old, the couple says they didn't realize their four year old, daughter, took a doll from a store. Jerry Williams is the city's police chief. I know there are people that are angry out there. I am angry the twenty nine hundred other officers are angry. But at the end of the day, I o ATar community to listen to those forces speaking there on KNX V, T V. She says an investigation is underway. Family has filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against the city. You're listening to NPR news. From kqed news, I'm Ryan, Levy, a concord man is in custody after being arrested for allegedly threatening online to conduct a mass shooting against Jews the East Bay times reports the FBI received a tip earlier this month from the video. Game platform steam the Twenty-three-year-old Ross, Anthony Farka had repeatedly posted about wanting to kill Jewish. People reporter Nate Gartrell says Farka was inspired by religiously motivated shootings in New Zealand and power earlier this year. Screen name was off Hitler and then six million, which is obviously.

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"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And batons and shields. But they're actually spraying a lot of pepper spray through the people who are actually just trying to defend themselves and actually verifiable thing that have never really happened to a lot of citizens. Protesters are concerned about the integrity of the territory civil rights judicial system watermelons are casting ballots for president today. Nineteen candidates are running many promising to stem migration to the US this. Is NPR from K, Q, E, D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. A concord man is in custody after being arrested for allegedly threatening online to conduct mass shooting against Jews. The East Bay times reports the FBI received a tip last week from the video game platform steam, the twenty three year old Anthony Farka had repeatedly posted about wanting to kill Jewish, people reporter Nate Gartrell suspects. Uh screen name was off Hitler and then six million, which is obviously a reference to the number of Jews that were killed during the holocaust, and there's even a comment about wanting to livestream the massacre, while wearing a Nazi even form. Farkas next court appearance is scheduled for later this month. Santa Clara county wants to help more transgender residents. Find work in local government kick, you Sarah Husseini reports. Nearly a dozen county agencies held the area's first transgender job fair on Saturday. You wanna go with an Asher tone. So does in look how to place at the Billy to Frank L G P T center in San Jose? Michelle Supriyanto gets tips on using powder to fill in her hairline before going down to check out the recruitment booths soprano came out as transgender lead in life, just three years ago. Transitioning, it was a concern to me about what it was going to do to my career. How hard it would be refined another job or how would be accepted, even with in my own space, Cipriano is a successful entrepreneur, who's interested in government work the economic outlook for transgender people as a whole stark, they report three times, the unemployment rates and four times the chances of having a household income under ten thousand dollars. Supervisor. Cindy Chavez says she hopes the county can make dent locally. We're the third largest employer.

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"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Auto Workers came down to a difference of just fifty seven votes. In a statement, the union called for changes to the country's labor laws, but did not say it would appeal the vote for NPR news. I'm Lee signer in Nashville, and you're listening to NPR news in Washington. From news in San Francisco, I'm Ryan Levy, a concord man has been charged for allegedly allegedly threatening online to conduct a mass shooting against Jews. The East Bay times reports Twenty-three-year-old Ross, Anthony Farka is in custody after the F B I received a tip last week from the video game platform steam that Farka had repeatedly posted about wanting to kill Jews. Nate Gartrell covers contra Costa courts for the newspaper. He says Farka was inspired by religiously motivated shootings in New Zealand and Powell. Earlier this year. Uh screen name was off Hitler and then six million, which is obviously a reference to the number of Jews were killed during the holocaust, and there's even a comment about wanting to livestream the massacre, while wearing a Nazi uniform and actually live streaming it with Nazi music to Farkas next court appearance is scheduled for later this month, bay area congresswoman Lofgren is co sponsoring a Bill introduced this week that aims to prevent more deaths of migrant children held by US border. Authorities K cuties for Rita job. Romero reports the bell authored by southern California. Congressman role rates would require customs and border protection to conduct health screenings for all the knees to provide clean drinking water and to stop keeping migrants in freezing. Cold rooms raises a Harvard trained physician something congresswoman, so laugh grin noted in announcing or support for the legislation.

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"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

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05:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Pacific plastic. Patch? We look at the impact it's having then scientists say fetal tissue is critical for studying life threatening illnesses, but on Wednesday the Trump administration announced it would cut funding for medical research, using fetal tissue. That's had an immediate hit on research being done at UCSF. We also look at the broader impact join us next on forum. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. When I was press secretary, Sarah Sanders says while there has been some progress in talks between the US and Mexico on trade and immigration the president's position hasn't changed a five percent tariff on goods imported from Mexico will take affect Monday, the talks are underway. Again, today, Trump is trying to pressure Mexico into stemming the flow of Central American migrants across their country, come to the US water seeking asylum. The US says it will lodge a formal diplomatic protest over what it called an, unsafe and unprofessional naval maneuver, by Russian warship in the western Pacific. While Russia says the US vessel was at fault and piers Anthony reports from Seoul that the incident happened in international waters. Russian Pacific fleet accuses the USS chancellor's, Ville of cutting in front of his anti-submarine ship, the Admiral via ground of the Japan based US, seventh fleet to which the chancellor's Ville belongs says the US ship. Was on a steady course trying to let a helicopter land on its deck when the Russian ship came at it from the side the chancellor's Ville. It says had to throw its engines in reverse to avoid a collision, the seventh, fleet says the US ships actions were unsafe unprofessional and violated maritime rules of the road. Anthony Kuhn in PR news. Soul. A new NPR Pius news hour Marissa poll finds widespread support among Americans for the Roe v Wade's of print court decision that legalized abortion nationwide. But as NPR, Serra mccamman reports, a majority of respondents, also support some restrictions on abortion more than three quarters of survey respondents said they want the court to uphold Roe v. Wade only thirteen percent want to overturn it still the survey. Paints, a complicated picture of public opinion on abortion, more than a quarter of respondents said, they want to keep row, but add more restrictions about one in five went to expand it to allow for abortion, under any circumstances. Overall few Americans expressed total opposition to or support for abortion rights eighteen percent said the procedure should be available at any time during pregnancy. Nine percent, said it should never be allowed under any circumstances. Sarah mccamman, NPR news. You employers added fewer jobs than expected last month. The Labor Department says just seventy five thousand job. Were created. But conham is huge on Johnson adviser says there was one bright spot in the report on employment rate remaining unchanged at three point six percent. Maybe that's a little bit of a silver lining be behind, what otherwise might be called a little bit of a dark cloud. But the every hour average hourly wage rose just three point one percent in may from year earlier, smallest annual increase since September street is trading higher. The Dow was of three hundred twenty three points at twenty six thousand forty five. The NASDAQ is up one hundred forty three points at seventy seven fifty nine, the S P five hundred is up thirty eight. You're listening to NPR news from Washington from K, Q, E, D, news, Tiffany, Cam, high federal, prosecutors have indicted sixteen alleged members of one of California's most notorious prison gains, the area and brotherhood. The charges were unsealed yesterday. They area newsgroup reporter Nate Gartrell says they include racketeering, among other crimes. Everything from drug smuggling into prison to fairly sophisticated plots to take cellphones and other contraband into prison cells, as well as straight up murder plots some of which were carried out and some of which thirties intercepted and saved the intended victims from having any armed come to them. Nine of the defendants are currently in prison. Some serving life sentences Gartrell says, if convicted they will probably be transferred to maximum security, federal, facilities, effectively shutting them off from further gang activity, health insurance, giant, anthem Blue Cross will have to improve its method for resolving customer issues after state officials found the company, mishandled grievances. Here's katie's Kate wolf as part of an agreement with the California Department of managed health care, anthem, must pay a two point eight million dollar fine for mishandling complaints about care coverage. They also agreed to invest eight point four million dollars into. Their grievance and appeals process. The department says anthem committed about two hundred fifty violations from twenty thirteen through twenty sixteen and miss classified grievances. As inquiries anthem says they are making changes to.

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03:56 min | 2 years ago

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

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"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

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

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"nate gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Funeral services today for the reverend billy graham graham was laid to rest in his library in charlotte north carolina graham son the reverend franklin graham saying this will not be his last encounter with the evangelical leader known as america's pastor daddy i won't allow will see you on this earth again but i will see you again i'll see you maybe soon but not yet this is npr from kqed news i'm tara seiler contra costa county officials have determined that an inmate who died several days after being booked into a county jail in january had overdosed on heroin investigators say they don't know how forty five year old james cooper who was booked on a range of charges god drugs into the martinez detention facility bay area news group reporter nate gartrell covers the jail in contra coster people aren't allowed contact visits with inmates so usually if somebody wants to smuggle drugs are the jail they have to get arrested and oftentimes if so renault's that they're going to get arrested that day said to have a court appearance where they know they're going to get remanded they'll try and sneak drugs into the jail that way and just hope that they can make it past the stripsearched cooper's death came two weeks after another inmate died at the same facility no word yet on the cause of death cal train is joining forces with san jose another transit agencies to develop and modernize the area around dear it on station into what officials envision as a europeanstyle transit village the idea picked up steam last year with gubler's plan to build a campus around the station at yesterday's directors meeting qiao trained board chaired genie bruyns warned vow googles landgrab potentially preempting the agency's plans whether or not there needs to be more land as part of the actual footprint for the transit activity that's going on there versus being suddenly crowded out because of other land acquisitions bart highspeed rail and other transit lines are eventually specter to converge on the.