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"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Good morning. I'm Peter Finch hears what's happening. With just three days until Election day, hundreds of uber and lift drivers gathered Saturday and protest outside the open call see him against prop 22. While many ride share drivers want to remain independent contractors case, CBS's Jeffrey Shout reports. These drivers absolutely do not proposition 22 would. In a nutshell. Reverse portions of State Assembly Bill five, which went into effect January 1st it classified uber and lift another gig drivers as employees, not independent contractors, as they were before and provide an array of benefits. Long time. Whoever driver John Mahir Are trying to buy their way out of the law. The law basically says that good because, like drivers to be two dozen sharing mercy, why stop driving in March But lift my major source of income prior today and Jevon driving for live for approximately three years and had Sherman over 12,000 passengers, she says she had to pay for gas maintenance and insurance and what I wasn't being paid for. It was Overtime, sickly disability leave reimbursement expenses. But yes on prop 22 backers say If enacted, it would provide drivers with insurance and other benefits. It's estimated that uber lift indoor Dash has spent $200 million backing prop 22. Neither company was immediately available for comment. At the Oakland Coliseum. Jeffrey Shab KCBS police in Oakland have set up a new tip line specifically for people to report illegal, shied side show activity. KCBS.
"peter finch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mornings and afternoons. I'm Peter Finch News, 93.1 Kfbk. Very little in the way of weather changes the rest of this week tonight, clearing overnight low of 59 to 63. Sunny tomorrow High 92 94 clear. Tomorrow night, 59 to 63 Friday Plenty of Sunshine again. 92 94 Iraqi Whether it's Bob Larson was 93.1 kfbk, Sacramento's number one for breaking news, traffic and weather who's 93.1 kfbk. All right. Welcome back our number three. The power. Also Wednesday nights being a part of our show. So it's very important. I love the conversation, and I do appreciate you listening. And lots to still talk about in the hour. Lots to get Teo. It's as many things as I can. Yes, Beth. We kept it light for one hour and 38 minutes before The Dane Covitz snuck in again Talk about that. Bill and Martinez coming to the show, eh, Bill? Yes, sir. I haven't done for a while. I know.
"peter finch" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of that because of roadworks I'm Peter finch for KQED all right thanks Peter coming up now all our perspective people have come up with different strategies for coping with the strangeness of the prolonged stay at home reality for live Kushner and his sons the remedy was a strong dose of indoor camping here's his perspective we didn't intend for it to last this long we were looking to distract our two boys so I rummaged around our storage lost and found legal camping tent the first night we set it up in the living room in the street let darkness I introduce them to the stars using an augmented reality star gazing out looking right up through my landlady's floor to the sky involves the next day the tent migrated to their bedroom my older son is anxiety flaring spent two and a half hours reading and re reading books his brother read right along with him you can actually read that was when we knew we were on to something the protective shelter the nest of blankets into the denture it was exactly what they need it our kids are so different the older one laser focused on serving bowl the younger slapstick and impulsive content created a shared world that forced them into a calm watery skate by the end of the first week my wife couldn't take the mass we gave the boys two days notice but life had other plans her older son fell down or stupid broke his hand making it impossible for him to climb into his it remained they played together in that tent in ways they never had before the quarantine the older one expounding about things he pretends to know the younger one giving his brother the guest of imaginative play some mornings they wake up and shoulders arms it's small the boy at the centre of imagination that knows nothing of sickness when will this end what will the world look like when we re open everything is up in the air but our boys they have their home on their back they have built a defense that works for them arm's length from the tunnel to the anchor enough to reality to be of use for now and for whatever comes next with the perspective I love Christian left questioner is a real estate and placement can consultant who lives in San Francisco and you can.
Los Angeles explosion: 11 firefighters hurt as 'hash oil factory' burns
"An investigation is under way into a massive explosion and fire late yesterday that sent nearly a dozen Los Angeles firefighters to the hospital KCBS this Peter finch says that happened at a downtown building that produces a cannabis extract forty five years of being a journalist here in Los Angeles I've never seen that many LA city firefighters injured in one incident ever radio dot com reporter Pete Demetriou with K. on acts in the Los Angeles says the safety officer knew something was wrong and yelled at firefighters to get out seconds before the explosion occurred there outer coats caught fire helmets melted none of the firefighters were killed though Dimitri says it was touch and go for a few of the eleven who were injured two of them are still on ventilators additionally they came in a critical condition they were put on ventilators as a precaution because there were some incipient damage to their ways and their long for super heated air four others are in the burn care intensive unit right now suffering from first to third degree burns extremities hands back of their necks backs here's things of
As hundreds of Americans leave quarantined cruise ship, Elk Grove couple decides to stay
"Update the number of people infected with a new coronavirus in China's past seventy thousand is in national health experts begin meetings with their Chinese counterparts BBC news correspondent Ripper Winfield hails Hayes says some Americans have been quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan are now heading home it is a very for what the US government has said in a statement they do not believe that citizens are safe on this ship they do not believe the quarantine is working and that is why they have decided to take that citizens of Canada and help home Cole has said they will do the same doctor Anthony Fauci with the national institutes of health tell CBS's face the nation it was a good idea to get the Americans out of there the degree of transmissibility on that cruise ship is essentially a kin to being in a hot spot a lot of transmissibility on that cruise ship Chinese authorities are placed about fifty six million people in who bag under quarantine now CBS news update I'm Sam lead singer anytime that plane carrying American evacuees from the quarantine ship is expected to touch down at Travis Air Force base this evening his ideas as Peter finch explains one couple from Sacramento though is among those who said they would not go on that plane Matt Smith and his wife have been quarantined on their ship all ready for twelve days a couple more days than they'd be done but if they'd caught the flight home they'd have to start all over with the new fourteen day quarantine your government has that you're on board that ship well your unclean so we've got a lock you up in the Japanese and we don't trust the Japanese who have conducted a proper quarantine Smith and his wife also feel like the state department hasn't answered their many questions about the evacuation they think you know that they're doing us a favor by this and I don't see it as any kind of
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"You go thanks bill Peter finch KCBS well you see Davis is making headlines for new movie it has made the theatrically it's nothing special but medically it's quite a breakthrough KCBS is Jeff bell explains not long ago UC Davis introduced the world to explore a revolutionary total body pet skater man as this you see the health video explains it allows us to understand how the body works in a whole new way you see Davis professor of biomedical engineering gene you cheesy is one of the many researchers now taking advantage of explores breakthrough technology by using a combination of the data from the scanner and also the data processing that does not speak to you about with those pieces chi and his colleagues at Davis and in China have published a video showing the movement of a tracer injected in the lower leg of a volunteer undergoing scanning of you were following that tracer can actually see how that fits our mobile out from the rain and into the heart and then go into the long back into the heart and then the impound to other body parts there by showing in real time blood flow and heart function may add more broadly offering researchers the promise of Ewing interactions between multiple organs at the same time she's research is published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences Jeff bell KCBS staying healthy offline is top of mind with concerns over the corona virus outbreak but for most travellers chances of contracting the flu or a nasty head cold more realistic KCBS can literally has some tips to try to avoid that in this week's road report the center for disease control and prevention shows that cases of the flu in the new year is once again on the rise a minimum of nineteen million cases have been reported in the U. S. for this flu season to date but short of living in a bubble what can we do we're all exposed to each other every day whether writing a crowded bar train or flying in a tightly space seed and coach how best to.
"peter finch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Afternoons Peter finch news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. while there will be a shower in spots early on this Wednesday morning much of the time rain free fall will be dissipating lows between thirty nine and forty three partly sunny later today high fifty five to fifty nine tonight there'll be a shower late one or two will linger tomorrow morning otherwise partly sunny tomorrow hi fifty three to fifty seven all Mackey with a meteorologist Kerr but in ski news ninety three point one K. I speak a campground to the return of our I heart radio music awards he saw the starburst and songs you listen to all year one nine one state our twenty twenty I heart radio music awards to fox live on Sunday March twenty ninth listen live on your favorite radio station here we unveil the nominees this morning at seven our twenty twenty I heart radio music awards so I have kind of truck when I hear these different banks mortgage companies advertising some give me to get you to call their call center where an early twenty something will answer try to advise you on how to handle one of the most important transactions you could ever make I'm Tom Sullivan I've been working with see your review financial exclusively for the last six years there honestly don't they know mortgage financing backward and forward don't be fooled by teaser rate see a review will match any program offered by the big call centers but provide you with personal professional expertise and veterans you can buy with zero down payment and one hundred percent financing literally zero out of pocket no call center just reliable trustworthy advice from an experienced local expert call Sierra view financial today nine one six nine eight nine sixty to twenty two or get the process started in seconds at Sierra view financial dot com as a real estate broker license numbers are one two seven five four four nine analyst over two eight zero four zero four equal housing lender guy if you have a CD you're not alone half of men have issues in the bedroom the good news is that the doctor said Hey RC men's health can help using a revolutionary treatment called acoustic wave therapy a safe twenty minute medical treatment that breaks up blockages and repairs blood vessels no pills no pumps and no shots call nine one six three five two eight zero eight zero or visit a R. C. men's health dot com and get your sex life back today that's nine one six three five two eight zero eight zero HSA cards accepted offices in Sacramento the bay area and San Diego news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. land of America and the gateway to the west good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world on George nori walking to coach to coach stadium later on tonight we're going out of the space with Robert Zimmerman here's what's happening tragic story around a Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred not the Max but in eight hundred passenger plane operated by Ukrainian airline crash minutes after take off from a ranch International Airport killing all on board there were conflicting reports about the number of people on board Ukraine's foreign ministry says that there were more than a hundred and sixty people on board Iran talks about a hundred and eighty very tragic the seven thirty seven eight hundred is a type of Boeing seven thirty seven plane that came before the seven thirty seven Max Tom and I fly a seven thirty seven eight hundred quite often it's a beautiful plain they are saying mechanical problems could have taken down that plane say prayer for all those people around is fired as many as fifteen ballistic missiles and to a rack targeting.
"peter finch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Afternoons Peter finch news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. while there will be a shower in spots early on this Wednesday morning much of the time rain free fall will be dissipating lows between thirty nine and forty three partly sunny later today high fifty five to fifty nine tonight there'll be a shower late one or two will linger tomorrow morning otherwise partly sunny tomorrow hi fifty three to fifty seven on accu weather meteorologist Kerr but in ski news ninety three point one K. I speak a I'm down to the return of our I heart radio music awards is on the star distance on she listened to all year one nine one state our twenty twenty I heart radio music awards to fox live on Sunday March twenty nine listen live on your favorite radio station here we unveil the nominee this morning at seven our twenty twenty I heart radio music awards Kitty o'neill overalls windows center I never hesitate to recommend halls when anybody's thinking about getting a new patio door or you find two or a new windows or whatever holes offers calls always comes through they've got the products that are beautiful sturdy and long lasting competent and experienced installers and it's just the kind of purchase that you're going to have in your home and enjoy for a really long time so yeah if somebody's thinking about getting a new patio door I would totally recommend getting a patio door from home all's is bringing.
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Peter finch here's what's happening police Sunday spent the afternoon in Concord investigating a deadly officer involved shooting Concord police spokesman corporal David petty says it happened on oasis drive around eleven forty five Sunday morning after an eighty five year old woman and her ninety year old husband reported their sixty year old son was acting a radically he said he may have been under the influence of drugs and was in possession of a plastic gun and a knife arriving officers found the man outside when he saw police he went back into the house a short time later his ninety year old father emerged with serious injuries corporal Patty says officers went in and found the suspect straddling his elderly mother on the floor holding a knife to officers user service weapons medical aid was merely rendered by the officers to both the elderly residents and their son the sun was pronounced dead at the scene the mother and father were transported to a local hospital with a serious injuries their names have not been released the Contra Costa district attorneys offices is investigating the officer involved shootings the thanksgiving holiday ended on a frustrating note for many travelers trying to catch a flight yesterday.
Politicians Respond To Mass Shootings
"Nine people have been killed in a mass shooting in Dayton Ohio just hours after twenty people were killed in a shooting in el Paso Texas now these incidents this weekend follow a mass shooting that left three people dead at the Gilroy garlic festival one week ago KCBS reporter Jennifer Hodges sells us how political leaders in Santa Clara county are responding to this week of deadly violence Gilroy mayor rolling Velasco was emotional when he talked about his own city this past week has been I mean some real to say the least it it is better than one major event after another and now we're trying to deal with the aftermath that aftermath as included a number of memorials and vigils much of the talk eventually turning to guns Santa Clara county supervisor Dave Cortese you look at the number of these outbreaks mass shootings in there are probably days here in the United States of America today in twenty nineteen were were you know experiencing more casualties than the country did during the civil war of the eighteen sixties and if that's the reality that we're facing right now and Cortese says it's important that people understand it is a very edgy feeling to be on the brink of domestic terrorism at any second make no mistake that's what this is this domestic terrorism Jennifer Hodges KCBS and these three mass shootings within a week likely will lead to a renewed call for stricter gun laws KCBS is Peter finch spoke with the UCLA law professor about this epidemic of deadly violence three dead in Gilroy last Sunday twenty killed in el Paso Saturday nine dead early this morning in a mass shooting in Dayton Ohio professor Adam Winkler at the UCLA school of law things there are several things the federal government Anggun companies can do to make sure weapons don't end up in the wrong person's hands we can do more to bring down the daily tasks of gun violence better background checks a restrictions on the most dangerous forms of weapons and really increasing the ability of the federal government to crackdown on illegal gun trafficking with three mass shootings in a week UCLA law professor Adam Winkler expects gun control to become an issue among the democratic presidential
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"On KCBS I'm Peter finch I'll tell you about Caltrans is the latest effort to get us to be careful and move over find a way to KCBS first for traffic let's get over the traffic center and check in with Frank Munich so certainly behooves you to be careful how old on the roadways we do have a little bit of slow traffic and that's about it no major accidents or old school slow traffic comes courtesy of the upper deck of the bay bridge will still thing under the limit traffic on westbound eighty pretty much beginning dresses you get the end of the tunnel and continuing out on to the westbound eighty sky way in San Francisco out to the one a one split Caltrans road work causing a little bit of brake tapping in Castro valley this is on the connector from west bound five eighty for the north bound to thirty eight and on west bound five eighty right at that two thirty eight split sing a little bit of slow going again also through a bit of cal trans road work on the eastbound eighty that to the slowing begins pretty much right add make bride Avenue in San Pablo and that's going to continue on up to hilltop drive in the L. sobriety and a little bit of a slow down on you spell Davey approaching the Carquinez bridge tolls your next traffic updated nine eighteen on the traffic leader in our forecast tonight some clouds along the coast with overnight lows in the fifties and sixties honey in the morning and then sunny in the afternoon tomorrow highs will be.
"peter finch" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Peter finch for KQED brought to you by peninsula del Rey senior living they are very tiny but collectively they're bigger than we are in fact collectively they do a lot of things that Michael Ellis says we could and should be doing here's this perspective I noticed so many ant trails on the fire roads this time of year well worn path by medium sizing instantly to huge debris piles these are harvester ants they're easy to identify not because of shape color size but because of the rubble they leave at the entrance to their underground homes they're harvesting seeds and the germ of the seed is the most nutritious part the chaff provides little sustenance so surrounding the holes are huge amounts of unwanted chats seeing these hard working in six I immediately consider that biblical proverb and well known Aesop's fable both from the indoctrination of my childhood answer often used as metaphors for industrious behavior self sacrifice for the greater good in planning ahead for future scarcity the proverb admonishes go to the end you slugger consider her ways and be why switch having no captain oversee our our ruler provides her supplies in the summer and gathers her food in the harvest and then there's the ant and the grasshopper the grasshopper this meant the nice warm summer months just singing while the amp prepare for winter the grasshopper beg for food the ant refused the grasshopper died that'll teach him like most people I was more grasshopper then and as a kid but lately that and is making more and more sense human species take note the total biomass of ants on the planet is greater than the total biomass of human beings ants have been around for hundreds of millions of years and have survived and involved to several mass extinctions there are well over twelve thousand described species and are found in nearly every habitat on every continent but Antarctica so while humans are singing and fiddling away with climate change the answer meanwhile thriving and adapting to the changes we are manifesting across the environment.
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Peter Finch KCBS have young adults been left behind in the war on poverty. A UC Berkeley research center decided to find out and as KCBS. Geoff bell reports the conclusions are. Sobering, Larry Mendosa chief Berkeley institute for the future of young Americans aims to research and call attention to the economic wellbeing of young people and generational equity in public policy and to that end says associate director James Hawkins, the institute decided to study the evolution of poverty across various age groups since the early nineteen seventies poverty is one of the most important economic and social metrics, we have in Leising historical data from the university of Minnesota and Columbia University. The researchers found that poverty rates for the elderly and the very young have improved significantly butts his hockey since the early nineteen seventies young poverty has worsened and says, Hawkins since the onset of the great recession young adults are among the most poverty pro-nato groups in the country. Came of age. Right. As the recession was hitting consumes. The results suggested federal anti poverty efforts are currently missing the Mark when it comes to young adults this social safety net is targeted at children and seniors through social security through the earned income tax policy makers will come to realize that young adults. That is eighteen to twenty four year olds need additional support as they start college, and their first jobs. Jeff bell KCBS lunch at the library is in full swing and Santa Clara county KCBS as Patty rising with more on the program whose goal is to fill young people's minds and bellies. It's the third year for the program, which offers free nutritious lunches, to children and their caregivers at three South County locations that collaborative program, and we work with the lion. Fia Silicon Valley and second harvest food Bank. Jennifer weeks is the children's services manager at the library who says this is more than just a meal. It's a full experience for those who drop by the Gilroy and Morgan hill library. Aries and the San Martine bookmobile, can learn about circuits. They can build an amazing tower of gigantic blocks. So we have stem based programming we have puppet shows that talk about healthy food, healthy, living, five thousand meals were served last summer feeding between fifty and one hundred and fifty young readers each day. Opportunity for us to kind of pick up the time in that relay race success and really support these kids learning and helping living through the summer Howdy, rising KCBS, it's a unique setting for a play. But if the play is about incarceration, it's a little bit fitting the boxes of dramatic look at the effects of solitary confinement. And it's being performed this weekend at Alcatraz the play was written and directed by Sarah short, she and two companions spent more than a year in solitary confinement, and an Iranian prison, after they had been captured when they crossed the border into Iran during.
"peter finch" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Peter Finch or K. Q E D. All right. Peter, and that report was brought to you by bay alarm on this perspective. The planet is warming and for evidence, look, no further than glacier, national park in Montana, which is on scheduled to lose all its glaciers very soon Beth to shop has this perspective afternoon, glacier, national parks lake McDonald, reflected, the same shade of blue as breaking Hawaiian wave. As I walked into the chilly waters. Both the size and whiteness of my feet seem amplified against the red and gray cobbles gradually, my submerge legs adjusted to the cold. I took a couple more steps forward, winced and looked ahead to distract myself in the distant stood. A forest of cedar trees, higher up the tree, surrendered to the more permanent coldness, leaving bare, rocky slopes, where mountain goats forage for alpine grasses a few glacier, still filled the highest cloud covered valleys I entered the all or nothing phase of mountain lake swimming, I needed either to exit or dive in and start swimming. I plunged I did my best craw for twenty five yards or so until my moving muscles to spell. The chill renewed I treaded water enjoyed their liberation from two days of ten dust and sweat, and took in the view. The movement of the clouds across the lake created evolving patches of turquoise Royal Navy blue. During arrange your talk that morning. I found out that the lake's unique color comes from the glaciers grinding the sedimentary rock below them to a flour, like consistency. The Meltwater then flows into the lake scattering mostly blue light into a plethora of variations in the same presentation, I learned that scientists estimate that all of the parks glaciers will be melted by twenty thirty the distinctive colors of the parks, many lakes, will diminish and they'll be less cold. Habitat for mountain goats and Pikis. As I did a lazy backstroke. I realized that twenty thirty is not that far away. I will be sixty six and hopefully still bathing an alpine lakes. Maybe my kids will have kids of their own. We might again can't together by lake McDonald. The view is still be beautiful. But to magic we'll be gone with the perspective. I'm Beth tee shot bet to shot is a K through twelve science education in the north bay. And he gets your thoughts on her commentary online at K Q, E D dot org slash perspectives. Support for perspectives comes from Comcast business offering internet and phone option.
Bryan Cranston is mad as hell on Broadway in 'Network'
"When the movie network was released in theaters in nineteen seventy six you could count the number of TV channels on one hand. There was no twenty four hour news, no cable, and no internet network was dark satire about a news anchor who was fired for lagging ratings who then ranted against our addiction to TV only to become a ratings hit. And at all struck a nerve. I wanted to get up right now. Go to the window open it and stick your head out and yell. I'm mad as hell, and I'm not gonna take this anymore. I want you to Peter Finch when a posthumous Academy Award for his lead performance. Now, his character of anchorman. Howard Beale is being played by Bryan Cranston in a stage adaptation of network on Broadway out of your tears right now. Go to the window open. It stick out your hedging, yo. And I want you to go. How I take this anymore. The play was adapted by Lee hall from petty chef skis screenplay when I recently spoke with Cranston. He told me how he imagined Beal's life before he loses it on live TV when I choose projects. It's something that really moves me already. I without any effort at all. I start daydreaming about a project that I really am attracted to. And I know that's a good sign it stayed with me. It resonated. And so I just follow those instincts in what Patty and Lee had put together, and I came up with Howard Beale being and feeling irrelevant past his prime that he was about to go out to pasture and his wife has passed. He has no children. So he's basically alone. He's an island unto himself. And you'd think that some that person is reaching out to find connection connectivity with other human beings, but to serve the play. I realized that he had to invest in his aloneness and that deepened his sense of depression. And so it's out of that kind of low ebb that all these things are starting to transpire. In other words, he's a man with. Doubt anything to lose. And then he gets fired at the top of the show. And so he's like to heck with it. All. He drinks too much. He's he doesn't take care of himself. He doesn't eat. Well, he doesn't sleep. Well. And he's headed for a collision course, and he does in a way. But fortunately for him. It's more of an epiphany. He does have a sense of enlightenment that hits him and he tries to use that as a device to be able to communicate to his to his viewers. The other thing that was important about Howard Beale. And this is what Diana who is the woman who comes in to promote his rage says Howard Beale sat there last night and said what every American feels that. He's tired of all the B S Bs is my word not the place where he's our ticky relating the popular rage. Not gonna trick. You. Let's go. Let's look. Oh, look. You know, I I think that's also where Patty chef ski was on top of things that Howard Beale is tapping into something that is almost primal. And there's a moment in the play where the audience is encouraged to share in that rage, and that anger, and I'm wondering where you feel that fits into its relevance. And what it's like to hear the audience become as whipped up as they can be whipped up on any given night. We'll play is intended to entertain. But the most important thing that any storyteller. Whether you're on stage or film or television is to elicit an emotional response. I would rather have someone be angry at my performance than board. If I don't move them to some emotion, I feel like I've failed. So in this case, Patty and our production team for the. The version of has created an instigation to be able to light a fire under people. And actually when we get them to say, I mad as hell, and I'm not gonna take it anymore. It's giving them permission to be angry as a legitimate emotion. And I think our society has been lacking in that we can accept someone who's irritated or sad or. Despondent. But anger has not been an embraced emotion for many, many, eons, we see someone who's angry we will get away from that for that. Or that's and usually as a human being it's appropriate to be tolerant and accepting and embracing of of all different beliefs in opinions and religions and lifestyles, it isn't lovely thing to do as a human being to be more open to the quirks and idiosyncrasies of human beings. But perhaps right now in this unprecedented. Time in our country's history. Perhaps. Now, the appropriate emotion is anger because anger does stimulate activity. I remember in the sixties when anger stimulated a whole movement of antiwar protests and songs and art, and and style and plays and movies, and it it was a a movement that really moved the needle and had an influence on our political leaders in that period of time, and maybe there's room for that now, and it can really help to promulgate change.
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. Cal trans crews have revealed what it was that went wrong on the Richmond San Rafael bridge yesterday, and what they plan to do to fix it. KCBS is Megan gold speak with the story. It turned out to be a problem with an expansion joint. Which is a part of the bridge that helps it move slightly based on the weather Tony to viruses. Cal trans district director. Obviously the bridge was built in the mid nineteen fifties, the expansion joy, we think it's wear and tear. It could have also been caused by heavy truck load that win over that area. They've put in temporary metal plates and had been hoping to make the fixed permanent this weekend. Even getting an emergency order to put a contractor on standby, but we hope to begin work depending on on the weather as early as Monday throughout the weekend. We will have crews that will be monitoring the site. And if any issues arise we will address those issues immediately. The bridge had been inspected on its normal schedule. But they will be checking it again. Now, we will have. A team that's will be going out in the next couple of weeks along with contractor to inspect all the expansion joints along that five and a half mile length of the bridge. And if we find any additional issues, we will have those repaired at the same time in the East Bay making gold, speak KCBS, a proposed law would allow community college students to sleep in their cars overnight in school parking. Lots KCBS is marquee Schaeffer spoke with the bay area lawmakers supporting the safe lot legislation more than twenty percent of community college students in Los Angeles experienced some period of homelessness in the prior year. According to the assembly speaker's office people can't afford, the high cost of.
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Is Jeffrey Schaub, we'll have live reports from SFO the president of the Berkeley school board and your wife are listed in critical condition after being hit. By car this weekend. KCBS Peter Finch reports the accident happened while the two were walking across a busy intersection. The crash happened early Saturday morning about a block from the couple's home. Investigators say school board president Judy appel. And attorney Alison Bernstein were walking across Martin Luther King junior way near Stuart street in south Berkeley. When a man driving north crashed into them police say the eighty one year old driver remained at the scene and did cooperate with the police officers who responded to the crash there is a crosswalk at the intersection. But no, stop sign or traffic lights. It's not clear exactly where appel Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a longtime school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the assembly district fifteen seat. She was a co founding board member of the Ella Baker center for human rights and served as executive director. Actor of our family coalition, which supports LGBT families. Bernstein is a lawyer in the state public defender's office. She has been a lecturer at the Berkeley law school and a member of the Berkeley police review commission. Peter Finch KCBS news a sophomore on the Cal football team has died. Six days after suffering a medical emergency near his southern California. Home nineteen year old Brice Turner was a defensive back for the golden bears. He had been hospitalized near his bellflower home in Los Angeles County since December thirtieth when he suffered a medical problem during a workout the cause of death is not being released. Just yet Turner spent the two thousand sixteen season at Long Beach City College before transferring to UC Berkeley, he played just one game for the golden bears this season just ahead on KCBS tenant governor Gavin Newsom is poised to become governor of the state. KCBS news time traffic time eight oh, eight Santana Ramey. It's more or less the calm before the storm the traffic challenge. I guess is going to pick up later in the day. The it is the calm before the storm. Indeed. But the storm is already impacting just.
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Part of a planned American return to the moon. Peter King CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center, Grammy winning singer, Meghan Trainor, married. Actor Darryl Samara yesterday at the couple's Los Angeles home about one hundred guests attended the private backyard ceremony. The couple became engaged last year. On CBS news. It's four zero five at the bay area's news station, KCBS Christmas Eve day and night. Could be a wet one in the bay area. Good morning. I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. A house fire in San Francisco's upscale Presidio heights neighborhood this Christmas Eve morning has sent to people to the hospital with burns. Flames broke out in the three story. Home on clay street between maple and cherry shortly before one AM this morning. The fire spread quickly. Multiple floors were involved with fire by the time. Firefighters arrive some people in the house, we're able to make it out on their own but to victims had to be rescued. They were transported to the burn unit at Saint Francis hospital. Some firefighters battling the blaze suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene. No word yet on the cause of that blaze. The raiders play what could be their final game ever at the Coliseum tonight, ending a total of forty three years of the silver and black and Oakland KCBS is Bob Butler report. Some fans are mad. Some really don't give a darn and others. Are planning to get season tickets in Las Vegas. There've been many ups and downs raider fans, the highs division titles and Super Bowl wins the lows of looting the team not once but now twice levonne swagger, taking it in stride. We're gonna miss him born and raised here..
"peter finch" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News. Wait, could you repeat that? It's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station. KCBS little fog overnight at the coast. Red flag fire warning kicks in at midnight in the north bay mountains in East Bay hills. It'll be in effect till noon Monday. Good evening, I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening striking Marriott workers continue to pick it in front of hotels throughout the country today. And in San Francisco they've received a boost from city leadership. KCBS reporter Keith men Coney says that mayor London breed has agreed to meet with local union members representing workers things are heating up out here on Friday. Dozens of striking workers were arrested in front of the Marriott marquee in downtown San Francisco, but it's only seemed to make the workers more determined. Now. Those demonstrators are cheering the news of the meeting with mayor breed very excited to continue to work with our our community leaders. We're doing this. Rachel is the national press secretary for unite here at Uni. Representing many of the workers leaders to support the workers in the strike. We want one understand these issues because on top of being union members are also constituents and voters but city leaders assigned as the demonstrations drag on some in San Francisco are losing their patience with the noise and disruption. I mean, it's not pleasant to be out here. You can't have a conversation as you're walking down the street with your friends, others say it's not so bad terribly. I mean, only that it's just noisy won't be coming from the hotel and others are downright supported on support of fighting for whatever rights, you have in the workplace, the workers are demanding better, wages and more. John security. Hey, say they will be out here. Until those demands are men in San Francisco, keep Makoni KCBS healthcare.
California to launch its own satellite to monitor climate change
"On if governor Jerry Brown has his way California will become the first state in the nation to launch its own satellite to monitor greenhouse gas emissions. It was one of the five hundred commitments announced on the final day of the global climate action summit in San Francisco. A timeline for announcing the launching of the satellite was not announced
"peter finch" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Here's Peter Finch with traffic San Lorenzo, southbound eight eighty a big rig was too tall for the two thirty eight overpass. It has gotten stuck under that over crossing. It's in the right lane. Traffic is stopped from David street in the maze. Westbound five eighty before the eighty interchange. There's a three car accident blocking the middle lane, San Jose. Northbound two eighty under new we've had this accident involving a motorcycle in the left lane. They're bringing in a flatbed tow truck to pull that motorcycle out of there. I'm Peter Finch for K Q E D. All right, Peter. Thank you so much traffic. Brought to you by unbound dot org. I'm Dave Freeman on data eight forty three good morning again, naturalists, Michael Ellis. Now has a perspective on a much maligned member of the plant community. What Whitman once said that a weed was a plant whose useful purpose has not yet been discovered. My dad on the other hand said that anything growing in the yard. That was not grass was a weed. So basically it comes down to an anthropocentric value. Judgment. A weed is simply a plant growing where humans do not want it to at this moment and often these plants are referred to as invasive species. This term is defined as a non native whose introduction does or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human health fennel old German IB pampas grass teaser yellow star. Thistle mille-feuille scotch broom gorse ice plant grass g grass Gramma tweet and bind we'd are just a few of the noxious weeds that found a nice and permanent home in the bay area last year over eighty. Five million dollars were spent in California, combating their myriad negative effects weeds are hardy generalist they're adapted to many different habitats. They thrive in disturbed areas. Like gardens and gravel parking lots and out compete native plants extremely fast growing weeds produce sexually and asexually the flowers mostly wind pollinated generate abundant seeds that are small dispersing readily and most importantly, these seeds can lay dormant for centuries. They also reproduce asexually with long tap roots that break off easily each piece generating a new plant or with runners like blackberries or underground stems like crabgrass. Many of them are armed in toxic and some produce chemicals that inhibit the growth of nearby plants. Many of our worst weeds are Eurasian in origin. They accompanied the European invasion of this continent. These plants had already spent thousands of years adapting to severe alterations made to the environment by agrarian societies in the new world..
U.S. reaches agreement over separated immigrant families
"The American Civil Liberties union says it has an agreement with the Trump administration over the fate of immigrant families who are separated at the US border with Mexico atop ACLU official says that if a federal judge signs off on the agreement families who are still in the United States will have an opportunity to apply for asylum. Even if they've been ordered to leave, but under the pack parents who already have been deported without their children will not be allowed to return to the US except in rare and unusual
"Those who will be working hard today. Nafta negotiators with the US and Canada negotiators for the US and Canada will resume talks Tuesday on updating NAFTA, the quarter century old agreement governing trade between the US, Canada, and Mexico the US and Mexico signed off on updates involving the two countries last week, Richard Jordan reporting some of the tech industry's top
FBI seeks motive after U.S. airline worker steals plane, crashes it
"More than twenty four hours after an airline ground workers stole a plane and crashed his motives are not known. Twenty nine year old Richard Russell took off Friday night from the, Seattle Tacoma airport and was seen performing maneuvers in the sky over the radio. Russell called himself a broken guy military jets trailed the plane before it crashed into an island correspondent Kris van cleave there's a report out air traffic controllers can be heard asking repeatedly for that, plane to identify its call sign to as they're trying to. Figure out why this plane, is just sort. Of ended up. On a runway but once, an airliner is on the runway with engines. Fired up you don't have, a whole lot of time to do something to stop it Brad Tilden as. CEO of Alaska Airlines partner of horizon air which ran the plane in terms of improvements that we might, make as a company as an as an industry to make this. Honestly to. Make this very safe industry. Even safer in. The future it's too
California police chief's son due in court over beating of Sikh man
"Sometimes a story just makes. You shake your head we are witnessing one of those today. It involves the police chief in union City. California and his son on Tuesday. The police chief Darryl McAllister was. Informed by members, of his. Cities seek community of a vicious attack on a Sikh. Resident in the city of Mantica around sixty miles away the chief expressed his concern the next day the chief gotta call from Mantica police the suspect, in the case, was his. Eighteen year old son the chief? Helped Mantica police track his sundown the sun is now? In jail the. Chief says he is
Thousands protest Trump immigration policies across U.S.
"One zero six nine am seven forty kcbs sunday july first twenty eighteen coming up on kcbs thousands march against president trump's immigration policies and we'll have your cbs weekend roundup thank you for joining us i'm peter finch kcbs news time is one thirty one news update in cities and towns around the country this saturday demonstrations this one in washington dc where president trump was not where many others do turn out to protest here's immigration policies as did many more in cities from one coast to the other and some inbetween an estimated seven hundred marchers at all correspondent kenneth craig new york's protests brought an estimated fifteen thousand to the streets of lower manhattan over the trump administration's zero tolerance policy on illegal border crossings doing permanent physical and mental health arm to children in the crowd we found pediatrician steve auerbach who says he's concerned about a generation of migrants child abuse and is a mandatory quarter i am hereby reporting hollywood celebrities joined the rally in los angeles studios news update i'm tom foty this is the cbs news weekend round of the suspected gunman who shot dead five journalists had a long history of threats against their newspaper i fear for my life i feared for my family's life and i feared for my staff plus what's next for the supreme court we will begin our search for a new justice later what's at stake for a summit between president trump and vladimir putin her both president it's important to come out of this summit showing that it's been a success i'm steve dorsey cbs news washington bureau let's start this weekend in annapolis maryland just about an hour outside washington it's where police say thirty eight year old jared ramos shot and killed five journalists at the capital gazette newspaper thursday he was angry individual as i've ever seen attorney brennan mccarthy says jared ramos tormented his client for years she lost her job because she lost her job because of this individual he's malev he forwarded a letter to her employer basically stating that she was bipolar and a drunkard which is ridiculous mccarthy says the harassment and stalking began around two thousand nine after they became friends on facebook in twenty eleven she took him to court where he pleaded guilty to criminal harassment and was placed on eighteen months probation five days later the capital gazette wrote a story titled jared wants to be your friend.
More than 210 injured in Osaka-area earthquak
"A nine year old girl to men in their eighties have been killed in a strong earthquake in the western japan metropolis of osaka that quake hitting north of the city monday local time eight am in central america there's been a magnitude five point six quake that in guatemala so far no early reports of damage or injuries when it comes to tips a new study finds younger adults were found a tip the least when they eat in restaurants and ten percent of millennials save the day usually leave nothing is a tip for a server when they're eating at a restaurant that's compared to three percent for older people according to match of credit card dot com quarter of millennials say they would rather have higher prices for food at restaurants and not have to tip among millennials there's a trend toward doing away with tipping gary nunn cbs news am sports make a to us open titles in a row for brooks kepco i'm tom foty cbs news when it's twelve o five at the bay area's news station kcbs lows overnight in the low fifties highs monday ranging from the upper fifties at the coast to the low eighties inland good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening hundreds of activists gathered yesterday at the bay area's largest immigrant detention center for father's day protest kcbs scotla terry has the story hey this is a really scary thought that right now this is how kids are living this is fascism this is the way genocides begin some forty community members family children holding signs and chanting and protests the trump administration policy that has enabled the separation of some two thousand children from their parents under a strategy of deterrence meagan dooley fisher one of the organizers here at the richmond ice detention center we're building tent camps in the middle of the texas desert to hold unaccompanied minors who is managing these situations where are these children going how are we tracking this how are we going to get them back to their parents where are they going to go were paying for this i tried to get a comment from ice but had no luck contra costa county is profiting profiting off of detaining these emigrants that's disgusting to me.
Updated: Pope says abortion is 'white glove' equivalent to Nazi crimes
"Ford is breathing fresh life into a piece of detroit's past the story from wwe j reporter jeff gilbert ford has already moved it's automated an electric vehicle teams into one historic detroit building it's purchase several others including the centuryold train station navigate research analyst sam apple salmon says ford is essentially taking over an entire neighborhood they've got kind of a black canvas to work with there's a lot of open space there ford will announce its plans at a community celebration on tuesday jeff gilbert four cbs news detroit deathtoll now thirty six from a suicide bombing against a cluster of taliban fighters celebrating a holiday ceasefire officials say another sixty five were wounded pope francis taking a harsh aim at abortion calling it the white glove equivalent of nazi crimes statement made a saturday speech at the forum of family associations gary nunn cbs news it's two five at the bay area's news station kcbs father's day will become mostly sunny at the coast after some morning overcast and drizzle inland it'll be sunny all day long good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening while the court battle over california socalled right to die continues the two year old law will remain in effect kcbs general lane reports that that's the upshot of an appeals court ruling on friday a court will decide whether california lawmakers overstepped the bounds of a special session when they passed the end of life option act in two thousand sixteen in the meantime it stays in effect but for dr david stevens with the american academy of medical ethics there is no right way to pass such a law twentyfive states last year they propose physician assisted suicide and all of them were defeated some of them in the courts some of them the legislature some of referendums massachusetts for example had eighty percent approval rate and when they had a referendum they couldn't pass it once people earn form they have a different view about this group is suing to overturn california's law attorney john eisenberg defends it saying it clearly defines terminal illness and includes a number of safeguards does the procedure to go through to get the medication many people once they get the medication never use the mirror availability of the medication can be very comforting to people who are worried that they will suffer at the end of life.
Peter Finch, Dominic Borgo and Faa discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Conference final cleveland over boston eighty seven seventynine a high flying high tech approach to prison surveillance what's believed to be a first south carolina will soon have drones flying over its twenty one st prisons state corrections director brian stirling i'm targeting people who are trying to bring contraband into our institutions yes absolutely these folks are incarcerated have all day to think of ways team introduced contraband contraband and territorial disputes led to a south carolina prison riot last month that left seven inmates dead and twenty two injured jim krasula cbs news florida authorities say a woman who was beaten and held captive for two days at gunpoint by her boyfriend escaped when she convinced him to bring their dog to an animal hospital and then slipped a note to a staff member of the boyfriend is being held without bond on domestic violence and other charges pacific financial markets are higher i'm tom foty cbs news it's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs sunny skies for your memorial day will be hot inland good evening i'm peter finch here's what's happening to people are dead after a small plane crash today in petaluma kcbs scott leterrier reporting from the scene the ntsb and faa on scene investigating this sunday afternoon plane crash here not a half mile away from the pendulum up municipal airport a lot of them fly right here and they're all kind of sound the same you know you don't really notice it but i notice this one because i heard it was loud it was like right in my ear you know dominic borgo works at the rooster run golf club which is underneath the airport's approach the small airplane apparently had engine trouble after taking off tom graham was teeing off on the tenth hole when he looked up and saw the plane sputtering took off to the to the north and they usually you take a take a right back down south to the thirty three sixty olympic at the airport probably trying to make a turn to see if he could get back to the airport and obviously make the plane crashed on east washington street between an open field and a large home with major acreage brush in pine trees the two occupants apparently died on impact in petaluma scala terry kcbs a.
Father of Pakistani girl killed in Texas hopes her death can spur reform
"One six nine am seven forty kcbs it's monday may twenty first twenty eighteen coming up on kcbs the first funeral is held for a victim of the santa fe texas school shooting we'll also have a segment from last night sixty minutes broadcast i'm peter finch kcbs news time to thirty one cbs news update this is the first funeral for victims of the santa fe texas school massacre pakistani exchange student sabika shake she wanted to be part of a i wanted to be apart that's her host father in santa fe jason coburn from pakistan her father says he hopes her death can spur gun control in the us here's cbs's omar villafranca learning more about the terrifying moments during the shooting witnesses told the ap the shooter hovered between four classrooms for almost half an hour verbally taunting the students in the classroom even yelling surprise before opening fire with a shotgun and a thirty eight caliber pistol texas governor greg abbott this killer was intent on trying to inflict horrific damage on these kids and my hope is he gets swift texas justice cbs news update i'm jim taylor kcbi kcbs news time is two thirty two time now for a segment from last night sixty minutes broadcast on cbs in the segments correspondent steve kroft on the power of google company critics say has stifled competition this past week the federal trade commission was asked to investigate the data collected by google on his android operating system which powers.
Gynecological mesh: The medical device that has 100,000 women suing
"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs it's monday may fourteenth twenty eighteen coming up on kcbs it's moving day for the us embassy in israel we'll also have a segment from last night sixty minutes good morning thank you for joining us i'm peter finch kcbs news time is two thirty one update israel is using drones to drop tear gas on protesters in gaza hours before the us opens a temporary embassy in jerusalem treasury secretary steven mnuchin is they're being here moving our embassy is a big step in our relationship with israel harris baden seth tone from jerusalem well the longterm question maybe about the peace process in the short term the fear is violence protests have been mounting and in the past in this region they've sometimes spiraled out of control danny diane is his rally consulgeneral of israel in new york to move on him but see in israel from tel aviv to jerusalem should be seen as nature has moving a refrigerator from the bedroom to the kitchen refrigerator belongs to the kitchen an embassy in israel belongs to jerusalem the president's daughter ivanka trump well as her husband jared kushner beyond hand for the opening cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez kcbs news time to thirty two it's time for a segment from last night sixty minutes broadcast on cbs in this segment one hundred thousand women have filed a lawsuit over a device similar to plastic that resulted in several postsurgical surgical injuries scott pelley reports there is tremendous controversy about a surgical device implanted in more than two million american women it's a strip of plastic called gynecological mesh the manufacturers and several medical society say the implant is safe but more than one hundred thousand women are suing and together they make up the largest multi district litigation since asbestos one of the largest manufacturers of gynecological meshes boston scientific a medical device maker with nine billion dollars in sales millions of patients benefit from its pacemakers stents and other devices but boston scientific has attracted forty eight thousand lawsuits which claimed that it's mesh can inflict life altering pain and injury surgeons use boston scientific gynecological mesh like a sling to relieve urinary incontinence and to lift organs that shift after pregnancy gwen madsen had a boston scientific.
1 dead, 1 arrested in stabbing at Sonoma State University
"The turtle hospital after being found entangled in fishing line in early february she was treated with antibiotics vitamins and dine on squid and fish her rear flipper was amputated but judy is expected to do well hundreds of spectators applauded as she was released by hospital officials who are confident she'll lay eggs after reaching maturity pam coulter cbs news trump tweets he's going to help chinese telecommunications company get back into business saying too many jobs in china are at stake after the us government cut off access to its american suppliers that for z t e corporation tom foty cbs news it's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs cloudy near the coast into tomorrow even a little bit of fog clear away from the beaches oh good evening i'm peter finch here's what's happening so noma state university police are investigating a deadly stabbing at that campus that happened shortly after six o'clock sunday night on the sonoma's state campus in rohnert park police say the victim was a man in his twenties he was pronounced dead at the scene of officers say a suspect is in custody and there is no threat to the student population investigators have not determined if the victim and suspect were students at sonoma's state university a car wash worker is in custody accused of shooting and wounding a sonoma's county sheriff's deputy that happened around eleven o'clock sunday morning at the jolly washer car wash on highway twelve in the city of cinema the sheriff's department says two deputies responded to a report of a nineteen year old car wash employee acting strangely nomo police chief brett sackett tells kpi x five deputies then confronted the worker in the car wash parking lot he then steps out from behind the car exposing himself up his shirt and removes a handgun from his waistband and fires at the deputy the deputy returns fire we later discovered the gun that was used by the suspect is actually a nine millimeter handgun we believe it was loaded with what's commonly known as a snake shot so it's a round with those kind of tiny pellets in it the wounded deputy suffered injuries across his entire body in the shooting but it's listed in good condition the suspect was not hit by the deputies gunfire and was arrested immediately after that shooting the san francisco police commissions former presidential yes termine has died the san francisco chronicle is reporting thurman was found dead in his.
Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma
"A posthumous degree for one of the victims of last month's shooting at a waffle house near nashville cbs's elaine key hano has details at belmont university in tennessee this weekend a grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma the ebony groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received the evans diploma her son de ngelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor melania trump will be in the spotlight at the rose garden today her spokeswoman says she will announce her initiatives as first lady which will focus on issues children face growing up mrs trump recently turned the blue room into a classroom for middle school students who were invited to share their hopes and dreams with her deborah rodriguez cbs news it's four zero five at the bay area's news station kcbs morning overcast fog and drizzle at the coast will give way to sunny skies afternoon good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening tens of thousands of unionized workers at university of california campuses and medical centers plan to stage a three day strike beginning today kcbs.
Prince William, Kate and Britain discussed on
"News from outside our world it is unworthy to the red planet for a robot geologists nassar's newest mars explorers moved out of earth orbit and zooming toward the red planet after a smooth launch from california the atlas rocket put the mars insight lander into a temporary orbit around earth than an hour later the upper stage fired and put the spacecraft on a direct path toward mars cbs news space consultant bill harwood goal is really to learn more about how terrestrial world these rocky worlds like mercury venus earth and mars formed at the beginning of the solar system four and a half billion years ago it'll take the spacecraft more than six months to get their sam litzinger cbs news prince william and his wife kate have released a couple of pictures documenting the early days of britain's newest prince two photos include one of prince louis alone one of them being cuddled by three year old big sister princess charlotte palace statement said the royal couple of one at thank the public for all the kind messages tom foty cbs news it's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs partly to mostly cloudy overnight sunny tomorrow after morning clouds and some patchy fog good evening i'm peter finch here's what's happening fifteen hundred residents of hawaii's big island have been evacuated they faced the threat of lava and dangerous gas in their neighborhood with the latest eruption from the killer way of volcano so far five homes have been destroyed and leilani estates eight fishers of opened up in the residential areas since they started to form thursday each measuring several hundred yards long hawaii news now reporter ben gutierrez is in an evacuation center just two miles from leyland states if you're worried about what the little waikiki those places completely different.
"peter finch" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And by the listeners of k q e d all right let's get to the roads with peter finch san jose southbound one zero one there's a stall blocking the second lane from the right the northbound commute highway seventeen through the santa cruz mountains continues to be a mess because of a two car accident blocking the left lane this is before the alma bridge it's still gonna be there for a while and em berkeley we have a disabled vehicle this is westbound eighty at unit university avenue a stalled box truck in the third lane from the left i'm peter finch for k q e d thank you peter that one brought to you by compassion international i'm sad music eric i'm from us riley this week on capabilities the duelists will feature a new song cycle about black lives matter nonsensical inventions of rube goldberg and we'll talk about skating polly's ugly it sounds a lot like poetry to me yeah those shows and lots more on the do list or guide to the ferry back in parts in the bay area this friday and every friday morning six twenty two and eight twenty two qb's warning some clouds some sun today and temperatures will be in the fifties the current temperature in san francisco is forty seven degrees it's seven oh seven now it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm noel king late last night the senate approved a one point three trillion dollar spending bill all two thousand pages of it but then this morning president trump tweeted that he's considering a veto of the plan he wrote on twitter i am considering a veto of the omnibus spending bill based on the fact that the eight hundred thousand plus daca recipients have been totally abandoned by the democrats not even mentioned in bill and the border wall which is desperately needed for our national defense is not fully funded a lot there joining us now is senator jon tester a democrat of montana thanks for being here senator this great to be within a well thank you senator do you really think president trump is going to be to this i don't know but but i can tell you.