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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hey, CBS News Time is 10 51 funny Byron Nick Palmer, The KCBS editor's desk. Vice presidential candidate, Kamala Harris could use a lesson in the rap world. His CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez, explains. Kamala Harris was paying tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg when she said, We wear those notorious B I G T shirts with a lot of pride groups that would be notorious RBG, a nickname for the late Supreme Court. Justice. Notorious B. I. G refers to The late rapper Biggie Smalls. But that's not all. Last Friday, Harris called Tupac Shakur, the best rapper alive. He's been dead for more than two decades. Debra Rodriguez CBS News During the 2017 Tubbs fire. One Sanoma County restaurant found that with the power out their food was going to go bad, so they decided to donate it to first responders on the front lines. Now is KCBS is Kathy Novak reports They're out feeding firefighters once again Tips Roadside and Ken would is in the evacuation zone. So owners Susie and Andrew pry Fogel drove their food truck and a 16 hour brisket they'd made for an event directly to the firefighters. Many of them have been out on the lines for 20 plus hours in. It's a small thing that we can do to give back to them and thank them for what they're doing for all of us, Battalion chief Jeremy Pierce says. It's a big help. They've showed up three times now on these major incidences and saved us help feeding the troops and get him back on the ground where they could save homes. Their faces are red and dirty, and they're tired, and they just are so grateful for a burrito so grateful that they're tipping the restaurant staff who are here volunteering, which Alps while the restaurant figures out how to keep paying them through these closures. Other businesses and locals are donating food, money and supplies if you want to.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The roadway was reported blocked Your next update at 10 58 on the traffic leader, KCBS. With the KCBS six day forecasters KCBS and K p x five's merrily are extreme Heat continues with a heat advisory in effect for most of the Bay Area daytime highs even hotter than yesterday. So please be careful and stays safe. We're looking at those highs into the triple digits inland around the bay loaded mid nineties and low eighties for the coast. A red flag warning remains in effect for the entire North Bay. As well as for the East Bay Hills and valleys until nine tonight due to dry and dusty offshore winds. Critical fire weather conditions For today With those hazy skies, we have a spare the air alert that remains in effect. Looking at unhealthier quality for sensitive groups for the North. They eat Spain. Santa Clara Valley moderate air quality for the rest of the Bay Area. So, looking at warm the hot conditions for Tuesday, we'll start to cool it down as we had through the week with that stronger ocean breeze kicking in down to near normal as we look to the weekend. Thank you. Mary and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District has now extended thie spare the air alert through the week until Friday. Smoky skies are predicted this week because of those wildfires, Traffic and weather together on the eights on all news, one of 69 and Am 7 40 KCBS KCBS news time is 10 51. Ferny Byron Nick Palmer At the KCBS editor's desk. Owners of large ranch animals loaded up their trucks and.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Comfortably Your next update at 10 58 on the traffic leader. KCBS KCBS six day forecast years KCBS in K P x five's merrily we'll spare. The air alert remains in effect today and now extended all the way through the weekend due to our hazy and smoky skies are ocean breeze, not a strong today. And because of it, we have that unhealthy air quality. Daytime highs will be in the mid to upper eighties to load him in nineties inland around the bay mid to upper sixties to load him in seventies and along the coast and the load in mid sixties, slightly cooler for the weekend with that stronger sea breeze kicking in for us, But as we look to next week, high pressure builds right back and those temperatures will be on the rides, in fact, heating up for sure, next week. The warmest days out of our extended forecast coming our way next Tuesday and next Wednesday. Thank you Marry traffic and weather together on the eights on all news, one of 69 and am 7 40 KCBS KCBS news time is 10 51, Nick Palmer and Mallory Samarra at the KCBS editor's desk. This month's intense heat wave is just one more problem facing grape growers in 2020 K. CBS's Bob Butler reports They were already suffering from lost revenue from the pandemic, and now they're grapes are shriveling on the vine. It was already a bad 2020. If you're a big winery or hobbyist with one acre of grapes. Nobody's reached out to us, and I think part of it is, you know, people don't have. Ifyou're hobbyist. You don't necessarily have the expendable time right now. Maybe they're teaching their kids or they don't Have the income that they wants had to do this, Mr Williams says. Wineries have fewer customers so don't need extra grapes during the heat wave and grapes are now turning into raisins. Warm days for sure. But then it went Teo, that crazy heart it was so fast, so it wreaks havoc on the plants and what they're able to produce normally picks a half ton of grapes from her one acre Now should be lucky to get half of that in Oakley, Bob Butler KCBS. Those cargo cranes at the port of Oakland used to put out tons of diesel emissions no longer.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I came into work this morning and I find key CBS producer Nick Palmer one of the three of us still working here in the building we K. mornings wearing one with a Dodger print on it and I just said bill Nick you have to get on the road but we can't have you come in the studio anymore because we work twenty feet apart through several layers of glass so I have Nick on the phone right now your choice explained well I mean I had to give my mascot to seniors last week and my mother was nice enough to make it for me also Mike's cut comes with reversible side that's just for baseball but I figure I can wear when I walk around the city people actually might react a little more I use I see so here you're willing to roll the Dodger blue just to read me a little bit elsewhere you're gonna yeah I see you know over the weekend noticing people with and without not everybody seems to have gotten too serious about wanting to go out for a walk or a bike ride with up and to go to the store or to drop by coffee joint your observations at the grocery store that I went to a Saturday everyone had masks on they were all doing the six feet it was very well organized and that was very few people in the store at the time so I feel like people are okay and I I saw some of both I have to be perfectly Frank the Peet's coffee location in Berkeley Saturday morning you know people walking up no mass kinda leaning in the window you can watch the employees sort of lean back a little I K. come on man her aren't you clued in here so it's taken a while I wouldn't make one final note Nick regarding my giants mask I I'll look back at the end C. seller thinking maybe I'll get a few more give you one as a gift she says very low supply and the giants mass but plenty plenty with the Oakland Raiders local group all of the hard task of both of those thanks Isley CBS producer Nick Palmer with me from the newsroom a few feet from here K. CBS news time eight forty three let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forty nine forty buyer and Nick Palmer are at the KCBS editor's desk one of San Jose's largest hospitals has announced it's shutting down delivery services for pregnant women as KCBS is Matt Bigler reports doctors and nurses are stunned by the changes that will impact east San Jose we're talking about regional Medical Center which serves east San Jose the hospital has announced it's closing it's women and children services department which means it will no longer accept pregnant patients I'm so sad now Dr Kenneth fan is the chairman of the department of obstetrics and gynecology he claims the hospital corporation of America which owns regional Medical Center is doing this now while almost all of the medical news is about the coronavirus all the other noise will drown out the stuff and you know basically nobody will realize what happened until it's done but H. C. A. disputes that spokesperson Sarah sure would tells KCBS they are simply making room in the hospital for more emergency services so it's not so much closing as we're transferring most of the patients to good Samaritan hospital which is a fifteen minute drive and she says the E. R. will remain open to all patients the last day for deliveries at regional Medical Center will be may thirtieth Matt Bigler KCBS S. a statewide it warm line for emotional support is seen more colors in these anxious times KCBS is Megan Goldsby has the story so why isn't this a hotline the Austin trademark fell to the preventative service and alternatives to crisis well really fear for that period of time when things are feeling stressful and supported needed so it's no surprise says Serra gene Flinn California peer run warm line manager their call volume is up you know our call volume it's unsettling rising on especially in the last year when we were able to go statewide throughout the state of California but that being said our normal increase of about you know nine percent month to month has just about doubled she says they've been tracking the number of people mentioning covert nineteen as a reason for calling and it's about thirty four percent of their calls right now we are experiencing a little bit longer wait time than normal but we are able to give a call back if they leave a message and we're managing our call volume as well as we can that number eight five five eight four five seven four one five or you can check them online at mental health S. F. dot org making gold speak KCBS bay area arts organizations are being hit hard by the covert nineteen pandemic KCBS reporter Melissa call.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Cold at the central park library in Santa Clara. Where new convenience has been added for breastfeeding moms good evening. Thank you for joining us. I'm Peter Finch. Nick Palmer is at the editor's desk. KCBS news time is eleven thirty one CBS news update. So where do we go from here in the US China trade war two days of negotiations in Washington produce, no new deal, the president subsequently threatened the Chinese with more tariffs? The Chinese will likely resp-. Bond print reporter, Alex Lawson the ministry of commerce, put out a statement in Beijing last week that basically said we regret that we will have to take countermeasures, but they probably will they have that every step of the way. There's no reason to think that they would change course. Now, it's a matter of deciding what is most digestible for them. The president tweeted Saturday that China should make deal now because it will be worse for them in his second term economics. Professor Sara shoes is likely to impose tariffs on US imports. And there's going to be sort of tit for tat trade war. Like, we saw in recent months, as I you know, there's there's no end in sight right now, which is really concerning. News update. I'm Budd Mishkin. KCBS news time is eleven thirty two thirties are asking for the public's help tonight in trying to locate a small girl allegedly abducted earlier this evening in Oakland, Saturday night at ten minutes. State Ciara mcroy was objected from a foam in Oakland. She's three years old. She's a black female believed to be wearing a pink hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. They have not given the name of the suspect, but they have given description. He is a black male about forty years old believed to be wearing a red beanie and red and black pants. He has a beard, and they have given a vehicle description. It is a two thousand five silver Mercedes sedan, California license plate eight G Y seven four three. Authorities caution that the suspect should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone seen either the vehicle or the suspect or the girl is asked to call nine one one right away and again that abduction allegedly taking place in Oakland Saturday night about eight minutes about ten minutes past eight o'clock. China and the US have reached a new stage in President Trump's trade war talks Marchington broke down Friday with the president slapping new tariffs on Chinese exports. But China has yet to responding kind so McConnell believe Beijing starting to fill the effects of President Trump's escalation wealth advisor, George. No Chelsea of vice president at Morgan Stanley in walnut creek talked about what the higher tariffs mean for consumers with KCBS, John Bristow. What are we seeing that shows us that the earlier lower terror of are having an impact on China? The stock market has never really taken this discussion seriously because this is going on for ages of ages, but great the president's gauntlet and said, basically two hundred billion dollars of new goods coming in. We'll be subject to a twenty five percent tariff. Now when I look at the list of items that are subject to the tariffs. It's. Interesting items that we don't make and that we need such as compressors and forklift trucks and cabling and appliances, as what was consumer electronics Israel things that we need. So those those goods hit our shores twenty percent tariff eve mmediately China will increase their price by twenty five percent simply because we need those goods have to have those goods. So the consumer on the other end will be paying additional Christ's force of these items beyond that what indicated that the terrorists needed to be raised further. Well, I think this discussion of getting civilization on what we're being charged what they're being charged those Bennett discussion..

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And Nick Palmer at the editor's desk. California teacher and her students are caught up in a battle with school district. Officials over freedom of speech KCBS Carrie Hodousek reports that the student newspaper at bear creek high school in Stockton wants to publish a story about an eighteen year old student who works as if an adult film actress teacher, Kathy devil who runs. The Bruin voice student newspaper says the story is about a senior student who works in the porn industry to make a living. It really highlights her struggles her successes obstacles, she's faced and has she's navigated through those obstacles. But Lodi unified school district. Officials say the article may be obscene, they'd even threaten to fire her after thirty three years, my first reaction west to cry. She says whatever you hear the word porn, people tend to feel uncomfortable. But she says the story is not about the industry. It's about a student struggle to make ends meet their purpose in telling her story is certainly not to glamorize your aggrandize. Is the porn industry? But to show this is what it's really like to be a worker in the adult entertainment field. The district says in a statement KCBS, they support their students rights to freedom of speech. The district has allowed a third party to step into review the article to see if it violates any laws, regardless of the outcome. Duffle says she plans to publish it on may third. We do not deserve this type of treatment to silence voices. Carrie Hodousek KCBS it was fifty years ago this week that the late peanuts creator, Charles Schulz opened the Redwood empire ice skating arena in Santa Rosa. It was the artist gift to the community that he loved and a place for him and his friends to play ice hockey KCBS. Jeffrey Schaub takes a look at what many say is much more than an ice rink..

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nick Palmer are editing this morning doctors say that they're overworked and underpaid and yesterday they walked off the job at Highland hospital in Oakland, interns and residents have been negotiating with the hospital since December of last year, Kim Carter is with the committee of interns and residents for northern Cal. California and New Mexico. We've been having just really hostile negotiations at the bargaining table. And so we felt like they weren't listening to us anymore. We to amplify our voices, nurses at Alameda hospital in San Leandro hospital also picketed yesterday afternoon after five months of unsuccessful contract talks by next year or contract employees with Google will be making better money and benefits. KCBS? Jennifer Hodges says the mandate is coming from the company itself Google vendor. A lot of pressure to do something about this large percentage of its workforce technology analysts Larry magazine, more than fifty percent of Google employees are contacted out. I know a lot of people who are working on the Google cap and congratulations on a great gig. And then they say, well, I may work at Google, but I don't work for Google. And I don't get all the benefits. And there are a lot of people like that in the valley. Google has mandated contract employees make minimum wage have health benefits and paid family leave. So. And other big companies follow when Google acts other companies sometimes follow office some of the same contractor that provide Google with employees provide employees to other company. So if they changed their method one would hope that that would apply to all of their clients, but we'll have to see what other companies do the policy changes are expected to take place next year in San Jose, Jennifer, Hodges, KCBS, the CEO to worker pay ratio continues to widen KCBS is my call and says the numbers released by tesla are truly staggering talk about a moonshot. He'll must pay deal approved by shareholders grants. Two point two eight billion dollars in stock options the media orchestra at tesla is fifty six thousand a year last year with Elon Musk's pay package. They really kind of knocked it out of the ballpark. I think compared with everybody not just in the US, but worldwide looking at the difference between Musk's compensation the media. Worker is really quite staggering Musk's compensations roughly forty thousand times the media worker Mellon who covers executive compensation. Bloomberg news says before anyone gets bent out of shape musk is actually making two billion a year. So far he hasn't received a single dollar under this award. And if it's already are meth, and he will be making tens of billions of dollars. But if not he'll have worked for free for several years, Bella says, he wouldn't bet on that given must history of accomplishments the Silicon Valley bureau, why Colgan KCBS scheduled for this year stern grove festival in San Francisco will be announced in about an hour KCBS Kerry who to sex the festival is entering a new era with a change in leadership after twenty three years, Doug, Goldman is stepping down as chairman and CEO of the stern grove festival. The longest running major music festival in the country now in its eighty second year on new leadership which with come new idea. He's passing the baton to his twin sons Matthew and Jason after the completion of this year's festival which runs every Sunday from June sixteenth through August eighteenth, and the special part, it's free for all our legacy. It's who we are. It's what uniquely special about what we do. And at the music is diverse. Goldman says it didn't always used to be that way. Much more diverse today through my tenure. Who was predominantly is he's hoping his sons can carry on the tradition of welcoming performers from all different backgrounds. Like happing diverse spread of music, if you will it attract a highly diverse audience so ended by huge trees and birds singing Goldman says you suddenly feel like you're in a different world a music world. He hopes will attract people for years to come at stern grove in San Francisco. Carrie Hodousek KCBS last..

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"All news one six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time four fifty. I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning Fernie buyer and Nick Palmer downtown San Jose could be seeing even more high rise development KCBS is my Colgan says the proposed twenty seven storey tower is making news on a couple of fronts. Not only would it be the tallest residential highrise of the downtown. But it would be the second co living development, which commercial real estate expert. Mark Richie says is the latest trend. This trend is sort of the end result of the endless housing crisis. We have. That we have to find a better way to house people. And what these folks have come up with is really sort of modern day boardinghouse beats burning man camp in a high rise where the communal aspect of co living is really a shared kitchen and bathroom facilities and sort of lifestyle as well. That goes for the young millennials scars. Niece who heads up the San Jose downtown association says it's a tradeoff more people willing to make communal living versus commuting to steppingstone. You're not going to live in the dorms all the time. You do want to graduate to your own place. But this is a way to get your foot in the door downtown San Jose by Colgan KCBS, you're thinking about unplugging from Facebook. Researchers say go ahead. You might be happier. But you might also be less informed. Stanford. Researchers studied nearly three thousand Facebook users before the elections in November. They asked several of them to deactivate their accounts. The study showed that those that. Unplugged from Facebook. We're less informed. But also less likely to be politically polarized. Those who did not use those accounts and reported small improvements in overall happiness spent less time on Facebook overall and spent less time online overall, a Healdsburg hotel is taking personal service to the next level. KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports that in this case, there's no person to get in the way, meet Rosa. Rosaiah is the room service robot and hotel trio in Healdsburg, and she is able to basically move throughout the hotel Roseanne is a three foot tall, lavender colored robot with a all compartment inside her topside. He's opened around here. So.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We don't take a break from what we do new this hour. Cal fire has finally. Reveal the cause of what was once the deadliest most destructive wildfire in California's dri, we are on the news watch around the clock Fiji disputed from the started its equipment sparked the tubs fires when you need to know. Turn to us. All news one is six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time four fifty. I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning Fernie buyer. And Nick Palmer students at San Jose State are taking their engineering studies to the final frontier KCBS Matt Bigler reports that they helped launch a mini satellite from the international space station. As astronauts counted down to deployment, San Jose, ST Engineering students watched a live stream from the international space station. It worked the mini satellite appearing as a tiny speck against the backdrop of a cloud covered earth. And it is my first project actually being sent to space. So I was really excited ridden. Tony a grad student from Cameroon was also nervous. And for good reason because I was actually the last person to touch the eggs agreed to put it in the cube set to fold. So we did it right? There are several experiments on board the Nanno sat including one involving virtual reality. But the break is the most talked about Mark Murdock? A scientist at NASA Ames who's been advising the engineering students says if the space parachuting mechanism works it can be used to more cheaply return experiments to earth. So will literally be able to parachute things off a platform. Have it coming in and actually be able to recover the actual payload is important to this. That's the direction that technology is going. This little satellite cost about fifty thousand dollars to build which is peanuts. Compared to most outer space projects which can run.

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KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nick Palmer is at the KCBS editor's desk. KCBS news time is three fifty one. It was a crime that both frightened and disgusted everyone who heard. It's details. KCBS? Reporter Tim Ryan explains. There's been an arrest in the near-fatal playground assault of an eighty eight year old San Francisco grandmother, it was her morning routine up at out for a walk before sunrise, eight-year-old Yik or Wong was so severely beaten about the head that it wasn't clear that she would survive. She's still hospitalized but improving according to family Tom saga with the San Francisco police officers association says the union put up a ten thousand dollar reward in the case, this particular crime was so senseless show agreed struck such court with. Membership of the San Francisco police officers association at the reward money was put up very very quickly. We know we have to partner with the community every opportunity we can. And this seemed absolutely like the right thing to do. Sogo says the visitation valley neighborhood can breathe a sigh of relief now but needs more police presence to reduce violent crime. Eighteen year old Chianti gaffe, Ron was arrested Saturday night after a robbery he's suspected of not only the beating but of breaking into Wong's home as she lay lifeless in a child's playground. Waiting for help in San Francisco. Tim Ryan KCBS a new report by the governors highway.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You connected, keeping you informed for me. It shows. Would sign up for is what I became a firefighter. You know, it's pretty sad of keeping our commitment to you. It gives you a different perspective of the firefighting. What we do. We are the bay area's news station. All news one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS is four fifty a KCBS. I'm John Evans, Fernie buyer and Nick Palmer are editing this morning, the latest government surveys show autism rates as high as one in forty children in the US KCBS has Matt Bigler reports that doesn't mean the actual numbers are going up though. That's because there are three ways that researchers are measuring autism everything from mail-in information to the internet to in-person interviews. Nonetheless, all three studies found similar results about autism rates. We know that overall it seems to be increasing. Dr Michael Kogan at the US health resources and Services Administration says one study found as many as one in forty kids had some form of autism. Why is the condition on the rise? The reasons are not fully understood. But a lot of it. What we think is is due to different factors like the criteria for what constitutes autism was broadened in the nineteen nineties. Also, there's been increase provider awareness, and he says awareness among parents is also a factor. Dr Coburn says the remains no medical test for autism. Another challenge in finding accurate data. Matt Bigler KCBS President Trump says that he wants to start a government run news network KCBS has Kerry who dissect tells us what that would look like the president is suggesting a government run, TV news network to counter. CNN tweeting, quote CNN has a powerful voice portraying the United States in an unfair and false way. Something has to be done. David gurshkov is a communication studies. Professor at Emerson college any president of the United States who rejects the free media that we have and says we need to have a government run. Media that I find very very disturbing. He says it's nothing, but another attack on the media it wears away at the credibility of the free press that we have and adds to the already tense relationship. Trump has with the press, including a brief legal battle with CNN after the White House revoked reporter, Jim Acosta's press pass doesn't always get it. Right. But they certainly do a good job trying to get it. Right as much as possible. And they hold themselves accountable when they get the facts wrong. The US government already operates voice of America, which last year reached some two hundred seventy five million people worldwide. Carrie Hodousek KCBS, it was a lot of fun. A lot more fun than your average history. Class KCBS has making goals be reports on the California historical societies tenth annual historic libations celebration professional historian. So I always want people to think about.

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KCBS All News

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One. I'm John Evans Fernie Byron. Nick Palmer are editing. This morning, Bart will begin seismic retrofit work on the transbay tube in February and the work will delay the start of weekday commute service from four AM until five AM. Bart says it will provide bus shuttles for the four AM commuters about forty shuttle buses will run every morning from Dublin, Pittsburgh and other points along the Bart lines beanie has been rolling out some new cars, but KCBS has making goals. Be reports. The seats are not popular with Muny writers, namely balance. I can't really like stay stable, especially if the train is stopping or something nasty because the new bench seats don't have those indentations that the old Muny seats have. They're just flat across the good news. Is that more people fit the bad news is that sometimes there slipping all over each other. We went with this plan because the people voted, and they said they wanted sitting in this configuration. Paul rose speaks for the. SF MTA tells KPI x five that in that two thousand fourteen vote San Franciscans asked for more people to be able to sit down. He says the fact that the seats have been unpopular means there may have to be another vote. So there is time to make changes even though that's not the only complaint says Muny writer, Kevin seeds are a little uncomfortable. At least you may not be on one for very long Mangold, speak KCBS, any spay woman is leading the charge to name Oakland international airport after a pioneering bay area pilot KCBS Melissa chorus reports from OA more than twenty five hundred people have signed a change dot org petition to name Oakland international airport after longtime Berkeley resident Maggie Maggie was a very dear friend of my grandmothers. They met during World War Two when they both entered into the women airforce service highlights training program. That's Tiffany Miller of walnut creek who created the petition to rename Oakland. International after g she says, the G was one of only two Chinese American. Women who served in the women airforce service pilot program, and that no major US airports are named after women. So I feel like if it's gonna happen anywhere. Why not in the bay area where it's progressive, and we're at the leading edge of so many other things in our country. Miller knows it could take years to get the name of the airport changed if it happens at all. But she says she's in this for the long haul Melissa call Ross KCBS Recchi's and legal professionals will be coming together this weekend at Santa Clara university KCBS Keith men Coney says they'll be holding an all day hacker Thon aimed at helping ex-convicts get a second chance states across the country have passed laws that allow those with criminal records to clear or downgrade their past convictions, but Santa Clara University School of law. Professor, Colleen Chen says the vast majority of those who are eligible haven't taken advantage of the opportunity people aren't aware of or can't afford or can't avail the legal help. They need to actually apply for. For clearance, and that can make a big difference when you don't apply for clearance..

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Trump an "absolute no" on Puerto Rico statehood, citing feud with mayor

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00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump an "absolute no" on Puerto Rico statehood, citing feud with mayor

"Going to happen to all of this stuff of ours? What's your trash look like at the end of the week? Join STAN Bunger me for our regular podcast ten questions with STAN and Susan. We find interesting people and ask them exactly ten questions. Subscribe now at radio dot com. KCBS news time four fifty. I'm John Evans editing. The news this morning Fernie buyer. And Nick Palmer a red flag fire warning is in effect in the north and East Bay hills. Today KCBS is Bob Butler has more about that the hot weather in the low humidity colliding as a dangerous combination. This is a great time of year because the fog goes away. It's also a bad time of year. We're seeing increasingly high pressure building into the region from the eastern Pacific. And as a result. We're seeing a little bit

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California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor

"Seven forty KCBS KCBS news time four fifty I'm John Evans editing News this morning Fernie buyer and Nick Palmer the California assembly has, voted to enshrine net neutrality in state law delivering a major victory to. Advocates looking to require an equal playing field on the internet those bills returned to. The Senate which passed

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KCBS All News

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At the coast seventies and low eighties around the bay, getting into those mid nineties inland a little bit cooler than yesterday a clear, night ahead it, becomes breezy and cloudy after midnight lows in the low fifties those clouds stick with us into the morning but then, there is a sunny day ahead tomorrow although a little bit cooler Tuesday through Friday morning fog and clouds. Near the coast and bay. Typical summer pattern highs approaching seventy degrees at the coast mid to. Upper seventies along the bay highs mostly in the upper nineties inland, possibly reaching one, hundred degrees inland on your, Thursday traffic. And weather together on the aids on all news one six nine AM seven forty. Case CBS Nick Palmer is at the KCBS editor's desk it is one fifty among the tens of thousands of evacuees from the car fire near, reading were dozens of. Tortoises KCBS gentlemen reports son they're slow escape Kate Hoffman spoke to KCBS from the firefighters base camp where she brought some tokens of thanks we made. A thousand buttons that. Say thank you firefighters car fire twenty eighteen and we brought five. Or six tortoises out for them to enjoy, and get a smile she's all smiles now but, when the car fire was, threatening tortoise acres the, sanctuary and adoption center she and her husband run an Anderson we actually had to evacuate eighty tortoises, that wasn't fun at took a seven hours to load them and you got, to realize we have to tortoises that are two hundred and thirty pounds you can't just pick them up. So, we, have to get the tractor Then they. Had not one but two trucks breakdown as they were, hauling away stressed out tortoises all are fine. Now the Hoffman's took in about twenty tortoises evacuated from other reading area homes and are working on adopting out those, that no, longer, have, homes lane KCBS. Murphy Brown will weigh in on the metoo movement win the series starring Candice Bergen returns to. A very different world next month the, thirteen episode reboot. Reunites Bergen, with most of the original cast from the CBS shows initial ten year run that ended in nineteen. Ninety eight once again. Scripts will be inspired by current events including the, fourth episode which is entitled, hashtag Murphy to executive producer and writer Diane English told a TV critics meeting. Today that the episode was developed months ago and inspired by, the movement against workplace sexual harassment and assault that I gained momentum last fall KCBS news. Time one fifty two there is. No doubt the hiring Jon Gruden has Brought a certain swagger and cachet. Back to that program this week Peyton Manning paid a visit to Napa to observe what's happening up there told the media that Gruden has the. It factor, to get his players.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Radio dot com app and favourite us today it's three fifty a kcbs i'm john evans nick palmer is editing this morning us officials are worried about a spike in mosquitoes this summer sabrina cupet reports from the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta those pesky mosquitoes can be more than just a new sense they could be carrying dangerous viruses says the cdc's roxanne connolly in recent years we've had transmission of ding gay chicken gunja zeka those do have the potential to occur again but the primary one we're concerned about now would be west nile virus she says to protect yourself avoid mosquito bites altogether if you use insect repellent make sure you use one that's epa registered sabrina cupet four cbs news atlanta former workers have reached a settlement with san francisco restaurant they sued over labor practices kcbs is margie schaefer reports to workers who were fired in retaliation gained additional compensation workers at latakia ria say they were forced to work ten hour days with no overtime and we're giving no sick time our healthcare christina and eleven year employee was among those who filed suit and spoke through a translator we were women who were scared but we wanted justice we spoke we fought and we held on attorney with the asian law caucus says investigations were opened by agencies in both san francisco and the state of california those investigations resulted in assessments for over half a million dollars in overtime paid sick leave and healthcare contributions owed to over thirty affected former and current employees of the restaurants pristine and another woman who brought the claims were fired at an all staff meeting retaliation claims were brought resulting in back pay and monetary penalties and offers of reinstatement which were declined in san francisco margie schaefer kcbs a milk glut has produced the biggest us surplus of cheese in a century kcbs is holly kwon tells trade tensions could grow that stockpile even more a crisis over cheese we're wallace and gromit would be well satisfied here where thanks to productive cow leave a lot of milk which is better stored as cheese so now the us has one point three nine billion pound surplus michael dykes is president of the international dairy foods association we're seeing an increase in demand for butter around the world.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Thing i've weird you guys get up with your weird or heard you've just just you just normal into that well i we've all been doing this what's blitzer total number of years doing this i mean among the forever we're we're were pushing 100 yeah and i think at some point we're just becomes normal and so we're probably weird but we think we're normal and what do you go to bet well that's an inquest let's go round the room steve 10 in the winter time six in the summertime not tell eight or nine me usually nine to nine thirty nine thirty for me yeah yep so i am the weirdest i i just don't know how to because baker said or get hurt shouldn't the it makes you you'll rummy and as you have no idea what day it is i don't to say i want to end what they have been the full reason nick palmer's buoyant john you ready yeah we you get a little bit of jet lag all the time when you get up and work these hours you never ever to respect some people you'll have to do that all the time and i i respect that and some people that don't they have they have no idea whether it's like it's like this a guy like new gets up early in linz weird sees a headline it's as you saint bolt sense for football team and because my brain doesn't really work in one hundred percent efficiency i think wow readers 49 er his cowboys who and then our as winners south africa fc here football team like the other kind of football out so i was not excited for a couple of seconds is there they are we you know what your two big discussion laws yellow far all morning when on your on your conference go yana conference well uh what he affect.

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"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nick palmer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Upper 40s today by tonight around midnight or so that's when there's a chance one of the future cast models showing there's a chance for that rainfall but it will be very light temperatures are going to be cold below freezing them some spots of that could lead to some low elevation snowfall perhaps if we do get precipitation from this system so wednesday we'll keep that chance of showers throughout the day thursday as second trough his working its way in that one also a dry system but it's looking like it could bring us a bit more moisture so we'll keep a close eye to get a gauge of the timing and the amount of rain we might see also expecting a few inches of new sierra snowfall as well from these two systems by friday saturday sunday things are drying up temperatures will also be warming up slightly instead of the mid50s will be going up to the upper 50s for your weekend thank you now know right now in samra fellow it's only thirty four degrees livermore is forty santa rosa forty one it's forty three degrees in redwood city 44 in oakland san francisco is forty seven degrees look that we've jumped up a couple san jose mountain view also fortyseven it's 45 unconquered traffic and weather together on the eighths on all news one of six nine and eight i'm 740 kcbs kcbs news time time 1050 walked free buyer nick palmer at the kcbs editor's desk this morning famous shook is writing the news production assistance from christine xu mexico has an early earthquake alarm system that gave residents two hundred miles away from last week shaker thirty seconds of warning kcbs as curtis kim wondered whats taking us so long he got our system up and working.

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