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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News it's pretty surreal to think that yeah just right here I mean I was in this water waist deep about a week ago Cody self and owns a home nearby he says the beach has become something of a refuge during the lockdown but this attack it cast these waters in a new light I mean it's always on your mind that there's sharks out there but just given the lack of frequency when terms of shark attacks it's it's really terrifying for that to happen and let alone have happened right here in our sanctuary self and recently bought skim boards for his niece and nephew but now given the heightened risk he says those boards will likely remain decorative for sometime and then reset beach keep in Coney KCBS Tesla CEO Elon musk tweeted yesterday that he's moving his company's headquarters out of the bay area KCBS is Peter finch has some of the reaction rolling in it may have just been must being muss but first the Tesla CEO tweeted Saturday that his company was suing Alameda county for keeping its Fremont plant closed during the corona virus pandemic he then followed it up with a tweet saying the company would be moving its headquarters to Nevada or Texas immediately and that the future of the Fremont plant would depend on how Tesla was treated reaction was immediate Alameda county supervisor Scott Haggerty telling KPIX five guy brought Tesla to Fremont I bought it Alameda county I worked with them when they were looking for a plan so the last thing I would want to see in my last year of office is to see that plant closed it would be devastating to me Tesla employs about fourteen thousand people in the bay area Peter finch Casey B. S..

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Good morning I'm Jennifer Hodges here's what's happening teachers in the Santa Rosa school system say the idea of resuming classes in July as governor Newsom recently suggested is basically a nonstarter KCBS is Jeffrey shop reports they say covert nineteen has turned to school safety protocols upside down and that the economic crisis could result in a thirty percent reduction in the state's education budget will lie and is president of the Santa Rosa teachers association he says a July first start won't work in his community there's just too many things that have to get done and I have to be in place that aren't in place yet you know we need deep cleaning a continuous cleaning work at this is we need to figure out how do you actually social distance kids if that's possible I don't think it is we need to face covers glove hand sanitizers we have students and staff that have you know compromised medical conditions governor Newsom has projected the covered nineteen crisis will create an unprecedented fifty four billion dollar budget deficit which some economists believe could result in an eighteen billion dollar cut to K. through twelve in community college funding Lyons says the federal government needs to step in and bail corporations we have to pay all schools in the North Bay Jeffrey shall be K. E. C. B. S. what's the reaction after Tesla CEO E. long musk tweeted yesterday that he's moving the company's headquarters out of the bay area KCBS this Peter finch reports it may have just been must being muss but first the Tesla CEO tweeted Saturday that his company was suing Alameda county for keeping its Fremont plant closed during the corona virus pandemic he then followed it up with a tweet saying the company would be moving its headquarters to Nevada or Texas immediately and that the future of the Fremont plant would depend on how Tesla was treated reaction was immediate Alameda county supervisor Scott Haggerty telling KPIX five guy brought Tesla to Fremont I bought it Alameda county I worked with them when they were looking for a plan so the last thing I would want to see in my last year of office is to see that plant closed it would be devastating to me Tesla employs about fourteen thousand people in the bay area Peter finch Casey B. S. the recipient of this year's mother of the year award in Oakland is a figure of familiar to the public for her role in civic carts the honoree is hairy age later she co founded producers associates in nineteen sixty seven with her late husband to reinvigorate the summer theater and would minster ampliphi in Joaquin Miller park her non profit is staged a summer musicals in the ample theater for more than fifty years cider is also been active in other aspects of the arts in Oakland the award is presented by the Oakland parks recreation and youth development department every year to people who symbolize the finest traditions of motherhood just ahead on KCBS monkeys Menconi admin reset beach.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Corral this afternoon father daughter team has been hitting the streets of San Francisco in recent weeks to spread the word about corona virus among the city's homeless KCBS is Peter finch says the pair were once homeless themselves before he beat a crack cocaine addiction filmmaker Eric protein Moseley was homeless along with his daughter Erica Eric says when he and his daughter started their out reach a few weeks ago half the homeless people they talk to and San Francisco hadn't even heard of the corona virus and alarming like that because you know because I was always the last to find out about the Eric mostly is filming a documentary as he and his daughter talked to homeless folks about Kobe at nineteen he says you can't just ignore are these folks home with like a supermarket on the street on the box on the twentieth Peter finch Casey V. S. with their weakened immune systems many cancer cancer patients are wondering what to do during the current corona virus pandemic we get that story from Nathan Roberts with radio dot com news station KNX in LA patients with cancer are at especially high risk of having to run a virus and even worse if they do get the virus has a very high risk will have to be hospitalized most cancer patients can tele communicator with their doctors during the corona virus pandemic but if they do need treatment they should actually go into the doctor's office for the treatment but when they do they have to make certain it is very important make certain that the people who are touching them whether it is a medical assistant or whether it is a doctor whether it's a nurse make certain they wash their hands first make certain if possible they have a mask on they have gloves on so you don't catch anything from them and when you're at the office don't touch the surfaces and don't touch your face Dr Terry Prasad is a clinical professor at city of hope he adds the best way.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"As possible with one using the original unaltered image very non CBS news nine oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS expect partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon today with mild temperatures good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and I'm can foster here's what's happening we are in the final countdown Melissa to the NFC championship showdown between the San Francisco forty Niners and the Green Bay Packers the kickoff time at Levi's stadium is at three forty this afternoon KCBS is Peter finch has a preview of the biggest forty niner game in years compared to much of the rest of the country the weather will be balmy around sixty degrees at kickoff forty nine R. cornerback Richard Sherman on YP his team is one win away from the Super Bowl getting the right guys that's a big part of it guys who care about football guys one do everything they can to win guys are selfless Gozer compassionate guys that show humility to one another so it's a lot of factors that make for a great team boys to men will perform the national anthem will John will take the stage at halftime the cheapest tickets on StubHub this morning standing room only two hundred and ninety nine dollars Peter finch Casey B. S. the parking lot gates at Levi's stadium will open at eleven forty this morning this is four hours before kick off and then the stadium gates will open two hours before at one forty PM now fans heading to the game at Santa in Santa Clara rather are being urged to hate take public transit and public transit as accommodating that cal train is running extraterrestrial to Mountain View exor express trains and then writers can get on a VTA light rail train to the stadium VTA also will run bus service from parts warm spring station anybody driving to the game is being advised to carpool stay with KCBS if you can't get there because we'll have complete coverage of today's and a C. championship game in Santa Clara the investigation continues into the avalanche that claimed the life of an avid.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Curb the cloud of any future president read distributing power just as he admits to a new role post office but Putin's approval ratings have sunk to near record lows blamed in part on a stagnating economy has suffered under crippling western sanctions frustration and anger has erupted in anti Putin protests and it's unclear whether this time Russians will be willing to accept the indefinite extension of an all powerful leader who may be planning to stay is welcome big weather on to after much of the northern half of the country over the next few days CBS news meteorologist yep error deli we have a storm cell lambing into the west coast right now is a major storm as it moves into the coastal see sixty mile an hour wind gusts likely to plus feet of snow get San Francisco tomorrow morning for the morning commute watch out very heavy rain very heavy snow across the Sierra Nevada on Wall Street the Dow gained ninety this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust it is seven oh three the bay area's news station KCBS a very cold night had rain on the way good evening I'm making gold speak here's what's happening well it's bad news for commuters goodness for skiers KCBS is Peter finch tells us about the latest storm headed our way the latest cold front will bring rain it will also bring wind especially along the coast the band of wet weather is expected to arrive around four AM tomorrow morning in the North Bay that moves south finishing up in the South Bay around ten o'clock in other words the heaviest rain will likely occur right during the Thursday morning commute good news first gear so says Roger costs with the National Weather Service most of that will have half once we get to the weekend so the good news is the timing of this front should put some fresh snow fall out there partly to mostly sunny at Tahoe this weekend with fresh powder for the long MLK day weekend Peter finch Casey B. M. A. C. B. S. news time is seven oh for the winter storm headed into the bay area this evening could bring as much as two inches of rain across the North Bay KCBS is Jeffrey Schott reports from Santa Rosa that have cinema county water managers hopeful it will bring much needed rain and otherwise dry January so normal water which serves six hundred thousand North Bay customers gets its water from the deal and Russian rivers which feed lakes Mendocino and so number Pam gene is assistant general manager of cinema water rely on to rest force one of those reservoirs really doesn't have the space to carry water from year to year the other reservoirs larger so I have some space to carry water from year to year but that first reservoir that's not quite as large it's really important that we get ample rainfall last year was a near record year for rainfall last month helped area water supplies North Bay reservoirs are currently above normal but Jean says current weather forecasts call for dry weather in the weeks ahead in Santa Rosa Jeffrey shall be KCBS city of Union City today shot one of its for fire stations to help close a budget shortfall KCBS is Bob Butler reports the station maybe close but city officials say no jobs have been lost in Union City remain safe Union City has for far stations operated by Alameda county fire the city had a three point five million dollar budget shortfall in to the started to see if it was really worth paying three point two million dollars on station thirty and that study showed that the station is under utilized averaging about just under two calls per day Carol do prefer not she says the far apart as any equipment or now assigned to other stations and given that eighty five percent of the calls were medical they're looking at options can we as an example of the things that are in the realm of possibility can we locate an ambulance company out of the station.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here this crowd in this new stadium come alive they haven't come alive in several years this is an experience that I hope all people can enjoy it wasn't just the fans who noticed how much the crowd was into it forty Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo Mayo's rocking out there today those fans or they're screaming their loud I mean is it was it was fun atmosphere the faithful will have another chance to lose their voice next Sunday when the forty Niners both the NFC championship game against the winner of today's Green Bay Seattle match up Peter finch Casey V. S. KCBS used time three thirty three it looks like a TV station in Seattle try to pull in and around they reported yesterday that the Vikings had beaten the forty nine owners here's KCBS is Curtis Kim first let's call in KCBS sports reporter Bruce McAllen the atmosphere at Levi's stadium certainly sky high after the Niners defeated the visiting Minnesota Vikings twenty seven to ten now the Q. thirteen fox TV station in Seattle today the Vikings beat the forty Niners to advance in the NFC championship the final score was twenty seven to ten to add insult to injury the graphic on the screen read Vikings win could mean Seattle's NFC championship please one story on the internet said someone loaded the teleprompter wrong but then the station showed two forty nine touchdowns how do you get ten points from that the Vikings are wind sets of Seattle as the possible host of the NFC championship game please the Vikings lost as well as the credibility of a fox TV station in Seattle yes I have a disco Kurdistan KCB Anselm Curtis president trump may be trying to undo California's tougher environmental standards but his case UBS's Rebecca corral reports that's not stopping a local woman the federal government has a lot of buying power just think of the hundreds of millions of cars being driven by employees of various government agencies now in East Bay congressman wants to use that power to save the earth if your manufacture and you're not compliant with the California standards which the higher standards when it comes to carbon emissions and you wouldn't be eligible to sell your product to the federal government because the cost is mark to sign yeah has introduced a bill that would require federal agencies to only buy cars and trucks from manufacturers to meet Obama era emission standards the standards the present administration astride overturned after all decide yeah says the country has a lot to learn from California when it comes to reducing pollution we started to do whatever equality issues before the federal government started to deal with spare pollution he says this is less about the fine the trump administration and more about charting a course for the future there's a better electric car that you can buy for thirty thousand dollars and it gets two hundred mile range the world is going to change so we have to prepare for that world in in California this pretty good economic argument that that is not just good for the environment but it's good for the economy is not much of a chance is bill will pass with Republicans in charge of the Senate but he wants to create a model for state and local governments to follow Rebecca chorale KCBS things are not improving on the cemetery bridge will check with Peter in just a Cup all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was Bob wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee as with the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law as an eighteen year old I let my mistakes can I take over my life I was point five credits away from completing high school and they didn't do it ten years later at age twenty eight Jackie finished her high school diploma when I found out that I was pregnant I know that I had to do something for myself if I wanted to make her a better person and provide a better life for her my family never stop pushing for me to be better because they knew what I could become an who I could become as a person my support team is amazing the educational director of my sister and even my seven year old daughter she's been more than this more than I can ask for it I've been given an.

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mitchinson here's what's happening the Niners are now just one win away from the Super Bowl following the team's big win over the Vikings on Saturday and just one week from today the forty Niners will host the NFC championship game at Levi's stadium here's KCBS is Peter finch with the any monies two tickets to paradise blasting in the background band jamming mall hall and with smoking up the vibes after some lean years of the forty niner fan here this crowd in this new stadium come alive they haven't come alive in several years this is an experience that I hope all people can enjoy it wasn't just the fans who noticed how much the crowd was into it forty Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and there was rocking out there today those fans or they're screaming their loud I mean is it was it was fun atmosphere the faithful will have another chance to lose their voice next Sunday when the forty Niners both the NFC championship game against the winner of today's Green Bay Seattle match up Peter finch Casey V. S. San Francisco police are investigating the death of a person who was struck and killed by muny train early this morning transit officials report that the train was stopped around one AM at bay shore and Sunnydale when the person walked up to the train try to open the doors and then climbed in between two parts of the train sitting in between both cars that person then fell off was hit and killed when the train started to move muny reports the driver didn't appear to realize the person was there and so did not stop to report the accident it's the first fatal accident involving immunity train in over two years the owner of a west Oakland house taken over by a group of homeless woman has offered to pay for them to live elsewhere but the women of the activist group moms for housing have already rejected that offer this all follows a judge's ruling on Friday that the women must leave the home in the next few days Sam singer a spokesman for Wedgwood the real estate investment company that owns the home on magnolia Avenue it's clear from the judge's decision that the solution the opens housing crisis is not the theft of other people's homes nor is it the redistribution of citizens homes to illegal break ins and seizures by squatters what's what had said it would pay the nonprofit group Catholic charities to shelter the women for a couple of months while they look for permanent housing but the women call that offer an insult California has some tough environmental rules for cars and trucks on the roads but is president trop trump trying to undo those standards if so this KCBS is Rebecca corral reports that's not stopping a local lawmaker from pushing back even harder the federal government has a lot of buying power.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hodges has that side of the store after sharing the stadium for years the ETS will now have it to themselves even if it is for a short period of time this really devastating Christopher Dobbins is the president and co founder of save Oakland sports you know they I mean isn't an arena football league coming in as the second division soccer team is going great now but you know open he seven professional teams of premier national teams you know we want to maintain that D. A.'s will make some cosmetic changes to the stadium and add more protective netting having more freedom to do what they want Dobbins says he just hopes the city realizes the ace of the last professional team in town well I think you know the fact that we've lost the warriors with that we're losing the raiders I think it puts the onus on the city and county to get something done Jennifer Hodges KCBS plans for a TV series based on the ghost ship where house fire tragedy in Oakland have been called off for now KCBS is Peter finch says a Berkeley couple well known in the bay area literary circles were behind the project Michael Shea Bon won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in two thousand one for his novel the amazing adventures of Kavalier and clay his wife I'll let Waldman is a notable novelist and essayist when word came out that they wanted to develop a TV series based on a New York times magazine article about the go ship fire the blow back with quick and furious friends and family of the fire victims said it was way too soon after the tragedy for a project like that the couple responded Saturday quote at this time therefore we will not be proceeding and we'll do our part to leave the families and survivors to their grief and their loss in the fervent hope that some day they find not just comfort but also a measure of justice Peter finch Casey B. F. T. C. B. S. news time eleven await Peter as Scofield is in the traffic.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And if you're driving through total smoky darkness you've gotta slow down your next traffic updated eight thirty eight on the traffic leader case clear road Smokey tonight and tomorrow morning overnight lows mostly in the forties highs tomorrow upper sixties to mid seventies winds picking up in the afternoon traffic and weather together on the eight son all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS profile Dylan Scott was born in October of nineteen ninety in Louisiana his debut single making this boy go crazy was released in June of two thousand thirteen charting on the Billboard country airplay charts for ten weeks it and its follow up single garnered positive reviews they were included in the two thousand fourteen E. P. which featured fifty on the top country albums chart his debut solo self titled album was released in two thousand sixteen peaking at number five on that same show okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers this is banking rematch Capital One within your reply comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One N. A. member FDIC news that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty K. C. B. S. it's Monday October twenty eighth coming up on KCBS an evacuation warning it's now been issued for parts of Lake County I'm Peter finch Casey BA KCBS CBS news update Pacific gas and electric says it plans to cut off power to more people in northern California because powerful winds remain in the forecast those winds have spread the fun can Cade firing so noble county does seventy four thousand acres Jonathan **** with cal fire up to a hundred twenty three structures of that fifty seven of them are residential homes the others are either out buildings or commercial structures correspondent Steve Futterman fire concerning California today shifted to Los Angeles overnight a fire broke out near the Getty art museum in the exclusive area of Brentwood thousands were told to evacuate their homes one who did it LA Lakers star lebron James also this man mondo take a chance on losing everything CBS news meteorologists David Parkinson it's north to south it's no humidity so things are tender dry and then you have the wind to bring those numbers around and that's really your one two punch CBS news update on that Piper case CBS news time eight thirty two while thousands today were given permission to return to their homes in the vicinity of the king Cade fire cal fire has tonight issued a new evacuation warning for residents north.

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's eight oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS expects sunshine and a lot of it throughout the afternoon today good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and the morning I'm Dan Mitchinson here is what's happening a suspect is in custody after an hours long standoff with police that forced evacuations and a shelter in place order in Vallejo yesterday KCBS is Peter finch has a story it all began about quarter past two Saturday afternoon when a woman called nine one one to say she had been kidnapped and raped when police showed up at a home on willow street the suspect forty one year old I Nell Cole a vocal and took off he ran into a home on Holly street and refused to come out neighborhood resident James Perry was among those who had to evacuate one Vallejo swat team moved in he tells KPIX five really knows out here that I came we came outside we can relieve. and then they would let us out then they finally moved in that it sounded like it back in it ended around eight thirty last night when the swat team entered the home and the suspect peacefully surrendered Peter finch Casey BFI fighters have contained a blaze in Lake County that charred more than fifty acres and had at one point forced the evacuation of several neighborhoods the fire broke out yesterday afternoon in the area of coal creek road and highway twenty nine year Kelsey bill bristling with cal fire tells KCBS that more than a hundred firefighters manage to keep the flames away from nearly one hundred homes here support the ground troops and all the agencies involved did a really good job containing this fire corralling it to a degree and making good containment efforts despite the wind which made some runs in some grass the fire now is a hundred percent contained two fires are burning your Orville of bringing back memories of the camp fire for some people in Butte county who relocated from paradise Swedes fire has burned four hundred acres it is twenty percent contained while the Forbes town fire has burned fifty seven acres and is eighty five percent contained this morning both burning in a rural area just south with west skews me southeast of Orville evacuation orders are in place in two buildings have been destroyed including one home governor governor Newsome.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Six oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS we have cloudy skies overnight tonight with temperatures in the fifties good evening I'm Jennifer Hodges here's what's happening three mass shootings within a week will likely lead to a renewed call for stricter gun laws KCBS is Peter finch spoke to a 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 death toll from 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 candidates Peter finch Casey B. S. and as KCBS is Meghan Goldsby reports experts say that could be a good thing for whoever gets the democratic nomination as far as gun control being a top issue in the past gun control has been shoved on the back burner after thoughts and prayers that came with each mass shooting but now says political science professor emeritus at San Jose State University Larry Gersten six six mind you episodes of mass shootings in the last week it's going to be hard for people to walk away from this issue as they have in the past is public opinion at the end of the day that's going to have to hold Congress accountable and more than that it's going to be up to the Republicans step up since so many people are demanding that things be done and as the president and Congress continue to be immobile on gun control Gerson says voters will likely turn towards the other option the president is probably vulnerable only because he's been so resistant to doing anything about it the memory of that big meaning after Florida called in everybody does it give me a bill and I'll sign it well he recanted on that and he says it will even matter which Democrat ends up with the nomination all of all of them in one way or another have some rather strident views about going for the all right everyone of them I believe that we need to do something at the federal level because the states go in every direction California he says is the state with the most strict gun laws in the country making gold speak KCBS a bay area congresswoman as denouncing the president's anti immigrant rhetoric after the mass shooting in el Paso where twenty people were killed on Saturday authorities are investigating whether the suspect behind the mass shooting there is the author of a racist manifesto posted online before the attack Oakland representative Barbara Lee was born in el Paso where over three quarters of the population is Latino she says she wants president trop impeached for his rhetoric calling immigrants invaders which he has you stand the horrible things he has said you can't tell me that that did not accept the environment for this terrible thing to happen president trump has ordered flags lowered after the mass shootings in el Paso and data in Dayton Ohio as well it is eight that's traffic.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Says it's time to impeach the president calling immigrants invaders which she has you slam the horrible things he has said you can't tell me that that did not accept the environment for this terrible thing to happen residents stop to talk to reporters as he was heading back to Washington from his golf club in New Jersey this weekend saying hate has no place in our country and we're going to take care of it police are still investigating the motives behind the mass shootings at the go right garlic festival last Sunday as well as the mass shooting in Dayton Ohio early this morning and whether the suspect in the el Paso shooting is the author of a racist manifesto posted online before the attack the week of violence may have catapulted gun control to the top issue in the twenty twenty presidential election KCBS is making goals be reports experts say it could be a good thing for whoever gets the democratic not in the past to gun control has been shoved on the back burner after thoughts and prayers that came with each mass shooting but now says political science professor emeritus at San Jose State University Larry Gersten six six mind you episodes of mass shootings in the last week it's going to be hard for people to walk away from this issue as they have in the past is public opinion at the end of the day that's going to have to hold Congress accountable and more than that it's going to be up to the Republicans step up since so many people are demanding that things be done and is the president and Congress continue to be immobile on gun control Gerson says voters will likely turn towards the other option the president is probably vulnerable only because he's been so resistant to doing anything about it the memory of that big meeting after Florida called in everybody's it give me a bill and I'll sign it well he recanted on that and he says it will even matter which Democrat and up with the nomination all of all of them in one way or another have some rather striking views about going for the all right everyone of them I believe that we need to do something at the federal level because the states go in every direction California he says is the state with the most strict gun laws in the country making gold speak KCBS more now on the gun laws so from my UCLA law professor and KCBS is Peter finch 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 death toll from gun violence better background Jack's 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 candidates Peter finch Casey B. S. and has had on KCBS the family one of the teens accused of killing around police officer says the public know the whole story we now PCS.

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KCBS All News

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the bay area's news station Casey be **** sunny skies around much of the day today good afternoon on Jennifer Hodges here's what's happening remastered ins within a week will likely lead to a renewed call for stricter gun laws KCBS as 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 death toll from 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 candidates Peter finch Casey B. F. well allows Peter just reported the issue of gun control may have just become one of the most important factors in voters' decision of who will win that twenty twenty presidential election KCBS is Megan Goldsby report this week is going to be hard to ignore says political science professor emeritus at San Jose State University Larry Gersten in a long time since we've seen this kind of violence especially is now people are realizing that it's not just guns it's it's domestic violence and more than that it's white nationalism so people are putting a finger now on who the culprits are that's going to make it very difficult for Congress not to act on it six Democrats already have the ball falls at the Republican court in Congress and also with Republican president trump and if he doesn't do something Gerson sees this greatly helping the Democrats but the timing of this issue couldn't be better or worse depending upon what side you're on for dealing with this issue with the public we already know the public ninety five ninety six percent is a favorite background checks ninety percent favor prohibiting mentally ill people from owning guns and by the way gun owners fall into these high percentage as well so the public is demanding it and what it does do is it puts this issue right up there in the top tier along with health care and immigration making cold speak KCBS subarea Congress woman is blaming the president's anti immigrant rhetoric for the mass shooting in el Paso where twenty people were killed on Saturday authorities are investigating whether the suspect behind the shooting there is the author of a racist manifesto posted online before the attack Oakland representative Barbara Lee was born in el Paso were over three quarters of the population is Latino she wants president Donald Trump and peach for his rhetoric around immigration all immigrants invaders which she has you slam the horrible things he has said you can't tell me that that did not accept the environment for this terrible thing to happen president trump has ordered flags lowered after the mass shootings in el Paso and this morning in Dayton Ohio and two away toward gonna hop over the traffic.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is figuring out exactly who poses a threat it's also important to recognize that gun violence is not primarily a mental health problem being a violent person or having a violent moment is not itself generally something diagnosed as a mental health disorder and unfortunately it's very hard to figure out who's going to be violent that said UCLA law professor Adam Winkler does think there are steps the federal government and gun companies can take to the trying keep weapons out of the wrong person's hands Peter finch Casey B. S. meanwhile this week of violence may have catapulted gun control to the top issue in that twenty twenty presidential election and as KCBS is Meghan Goldsby reports experts say that could be a good thing for whomever gets the democratic nomination in the past gun control has been shoved on the back burner after thoughts and prayers that came with each mass shooting but now says political science professor emeritus at San Jose State University Larry Gersten six six mind you episodes of mass shootings in the last week it's going to be hard for people to walk away from this issue as they have in the past is public opinion at the end of the day that's going to have to hold Congress accountable and more than that it's going to be the Republicans step up since so many people are demanding that things be done and is the president and Congress continue to be immobile on gun control Gerson says voters will likely turn towards the other option the president is probably vulnerable only because he's been so resistance doing anything about it the memory of that big meeting after Florida called in everybody's it give me a bill and I'll sign it well he recanted on that and he says it will even matter which Democrat and up with the nomination all of them all of them in one way or another have some rather striking views about going for the all right everyone of them I believe that we need to do something at the federal level because the state's going every direction California he says is the state with the most strict gun laws in the country making gold speak KCBS it's been an unprecedented wake of deadly violence across the United States nine people have been killed in an overnight shooting in Dayton Ohio just hours after twenty people were murdered in el Paso Texas this follows the deaths of course of three people at the Gilroy garlic festival just one week ago Santa Clara county supervisor Dave Cortese says people living in Dayton and el Paso now share the trauma experienced by the people of Gilroy it's going to shake them to the court it it already has risen would reverse that it it happened and now they're going to they're gonna be completely unsettled they're gonna be unsettled about what's safe and what isn't safe the boundaries of the thought the new don't exist anymore Cortese says gun violence in the United States in the year twenty nineteen AS now reach the level of the deaths and injuries that took place during the civil war in the eighteen sixties just ahead on KCBS a twenty twenty a presidential candidate cancelled his visit to the bay area because of the shooting in Texas KCBS news time one away this portion of the news has been sponsored by Shane company right now though the traffic.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It is eleven OO five at the bay area's news station KCBS mostly sunny skies expected throughout the afternoon today mild hot temperatures as well good morning I'm Melissa called Ross and here's what's happening it has been a week of deadly violence across the United States nine people have been killed in an overnight shooting in Dayton Ohio just hours after twenty people were killed in a mass shooting in el Paso Texas now this follows the shooting that left three people dead a week ago at the Gilroy garlic festival Santa Clara county supervisor Dave Cortes he tells KCBS people living in Dayton and el Paso now sure the trauma experienced by the people of Gil right it's going to shake them to the court it it already has there's no way to reverse that it it happened and now they're going to they're going to be completely unsettled they're gonna be unsettled about what's safe and what isn't safe the boundaries of the thought the new don't exist anymore Cortez he says the number of deaths and injuries due to gun violence in the United States this year now has reached the level of the civil war in the eighteen sixties this week's violence likely will renew the call for tougher gun laws in the United States and a UCLA law professor believes there are steps the government can take to make the country safer KCBS is Peter finch has that story three high profile mass shootings within a week could lead to renewed calls for stricter gun laws one challenge says UCLA law professor Adam Winkler is figuring out exactly who poses a threat it's also important to recognize that gun violence is not primarily a mental health problem being a violent person or having a violent moment is not itself generally something diagnosed as a mental health disorder and unfortunately it's very hard to figure out who's going to be violent that said UCLA law professor Adam Winkler does think there are steps the federal government and gun companies can take to trying keep weapons out of the wrong person's hands Peter finch Casey B. S. democratic presidential candidate better or Rourke has canceled a visit to the bay area so that he can return to his hometown of el Paso Texas well rock says president trump is partially to blame for the hatred behind yesterday's deadly shooting in el Paso and other mass shootings in the United States we've had a rise in.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is eight oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS expect mostly sunny skies throughout the afternoon today with mild hot temperatures good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and sign Kerry hit a sac here is what's happened 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 these incidents follow a mass shooting that left three people dead at the Gilroy garlic festival one week ago KCBS reporter Jennifer Hodges tells us how political leaders in Santa Clara county are responding to this week of deadly violence your 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 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 deaths 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 candidates Peter finch Casey B. F. democratic presidential candidate better o'rourke has canceled a visit to the bay area so he can return to his hometown of el Paso to says a work says that there are many factors behind yesterday's Nash shooting el Paso as well as other such shootings in the United States the gun laws yes it's the universal background checks and yes we should stop selling weapons of war and our communities but but I think we also have to confront this hatred that I have never seen in my lifetime the work had been scheduled to visit San Quentin prison tomorrow to meet with inmates and have them lead him on a tour of that facility just ahead on KCBS this is Matt Bigler why the warriors are not worried about sea level rise around their new home in.

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"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"peter finch casey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock. All news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It is Sunday afternoon. January six coming up on KCBS Rebecca chorale, the drumbeats are louder over the possibility of impeachment for President Trump and a new historically diverse. Congress has been sworn in good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Hodges. CBS news is coming up next. KCBS news time to thirty one CBS news update. President Trump now acknowledges the talks led by his vice president won't break an impasse over funding for his border wall. He says he Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer could work something out. But only if the Democrats give in Washington Post correspondent, Dan balls, tell CBS's face the nation. This is tricky political stuff. There is certainly a lot of politics in this because we know that for for President Trump the wall has been central to his political message. And I know they're Democrats who believe that he. He will never make a deal because he wants the issue more than he wants the wall. If you will. And so that's part of the hump that you have to get over in these negotiations. The partial government shutdowns entering its third week with hundreds of thousands of people affected. The house speaker Pelosi says she intends to begin passing individual bills to reopen agencies in the coming days starting with the treasury department to ensure people received their tax refunds that effort is designed to squeeze Senate Republicans CBS news update, I'm Sam Litzinger. KCBS news time to thirty two is our Newswatch continues the president of the Berkeley school board and her why for listed in critical condition in the hospital following a weekend. Accident KCBS as Peter Finch reports they were hit by a car while 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. Or 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 and Bernstein were when they were struck appel is a long time school board member who finished fourth in the June primary for the district fifteen seat. She was the co founding board member of the elevator center for human rights and served as executive director 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, Casey. CBS the new congress is now getting to work in Washington DC, and that's increasing the possibility President Trump may be impeached. KCBS is Rebecca corral spoke to a historian who has successfully predicted the result of every presidential election for the past thirty years early in the last presidential campaign political historian and American University, professor Allan Lichtman was one of the first to predict Donald Trump would become president in September of two thousand sixteen when I predicted Trump's victory. I also said he was going to be impeached, then professor Lichtman listed potential grounds. For impeachment more than two years later the case for impeachment strong this evening. I talked about has come to pass look just based on what is publicly known. Donald Trump is in effect and unindicted co conspirator into serious felonies for violating the campaign finance laws technical violation rather as. Lichtman explains violations involving undermining the democratic process and cheating. The American people exactly the kinds of corruption that the framers had in mind when they put in the impeachment to get New York state itself. Donald Trump has absolutely no control. I think they're going to be some devastating findings about financial corruption and conspiracy with Russia. His part President Trump last Friday tweeted, quote, you can't impeach somebody. That's doing a great job Rebecca chorale KCBS a trash collection device intended to corral, plastic litter floating in the Pacific Ocean will be hauled back to dry land for repairs. The two thousand foot long floating boom will be towed. Eight hundred miles to Hawaii. And if it can't be repaired there. It will be loaded onto a barge, and then return to the ocean cleanup projects home port and Alameda. The boom broke apart under constant wind and waves boy slide a twenty four year old Dutch inventor who created it says he and -ticipant that it would need frequent updating. He says at some point of the boom was moving slower than the plastic which was allowing the trash too. Float away. KCBS news time coming up on two thirty six..

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