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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Biden wasted no time getting to work today after taking the oath of office buying quickly signed a stack of executive actions. Well. NPR's Scott Detrol reports that the new White House press secretary met with the press corps four years ago. The Trump Administration's first briefing set the tone for a contentious, often hostile relationship. Between the White House in the press. Jen Psaki began this briefing on a much different note. There will be moments when we disagree on there will certainly be days where we disagree for extensive parts of the briefing, even perhaps, but we have a common goal. Which is sharing accurate information with the American people, Zaki says the Biden White House will brief the press every week day another departure from the Trump administration. In the briefing, she announced that Dr Anthony Fauci will join a World Health Organization meeting Thursday. I didn't is bringing the US back into the W H O. Reversing Trump's decision to withdraw. Scott JETRO NPR NEWS Washington One of the order, signed by President Biden restores the DACA program, which heals undocumented immigrants brought to the United States when they were Children. Illinois Senator Dick Durbin says it is only a first step toward long overdue justice for so called dreamers. Over the years I've come to the floor with the most persuasive approach I can think of. The past the Dream Act and make it the law of the land. Tell their stories. These stories show what's at stake. When we consider Dhaka and the Dream Act. It is not a theory. It is not just the law. He's a real human lives Nervous says that Congress needs to pass legislation that would provide a path to citizenship for dreamers and help secure their futures. Several small celebrations have been held in Oakland, California Toe honor Khanum Ella Harris, a native daughter, who became the nation's first black Indian and woman vice president. From member station KQED. Raquel Maria Dillon reports that many people in Oakland are relieved and cautiously hopeful about the incoming administration. A cafe serving take out on Lee blasted the inauguration from a loud speaker just around the corner from where Camilla Harris launched her White House bid. David Paniagua watched the festivities of the U. S Capitol on his phone while walking down towns, mostly empty streets, He said President Biden's call for Unity felt right to him four years to make.

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What do we know about the fast-spreading COVID-19 variant in California?

All Things Considered

01:00 min | 3 months ago

What do we know about the fast-spreading COVID-19 variant in California?

"Public health officials here in California say they've identified a variant of the coronavirus that appears to be spreading faster across the state. From member station KQED in San Francisco, Raquel Maria Dillon reports. As California approaches three million cases of Corona virus, researchers say they have identified a new strain different than a highly contagious variant, first identified in the UK And this one is not really knew. It was first detected in California this past May. But since early last month, researchers say its prevalence has grown in California, from 4% to 25% of the samples submitted to labs for genomic sequencing. Santa Clara County Public health officer, Dr Sarah Cody. We have had a number of large outbreaks in this variant has been identified in those outbreaks. Scientists are trying to figure out if this train now found in several counties is more contagious and how it responds to vaccines.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fastest rate way. Appreciate Fast, Mohr appreciate accuracy Accuracy is going to be the bedrock upon which people will believe the outcomes of these election being on the winning side of the losing side. Trump and Biden are also fighting for Nevada and North Carolina, where a total of 20 One electoral votes are at stake. Windsor Johnston. NPR news one Question Mark looms over Arizona, According to The Associated Press. Biden has flipped the state But that race has not yet been called by other news organizations. The results released from two recent batches of votes show the Democrats lead in Arizona narrowing A highly contested election is stoking dueling protests across this country in multiple cities. Many Trump Akers converged, vote counting centers is returns show they were not going the Republicans way and many anti Trump Act of his protests at the president's decision to legally challenged the legitimacy of the vote counting process and The vote's themselves. Women have secured 127 seats in the next Congress, matching their previous record for representation in the Legislature and They could break the record with results in some races still coming in NPR's Danielle Court, Slaven has the latest Republicans will have a record number of women in the 117th Congress, according to the Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers University. There will be at least 31 GOP women. Democrats will have far more women at least 96, however, that is down from the 105 Democratic women currently in Congress. Both of those totals could go up yet as results from a number of too close to call. House races continue to come in. The total number of women of color is just shy of its record set in 2019 46. Democratic women of color have been elected so far, along with one Republican woman of color. Daniel Kurtz. Leben NPR news At last check on Wall Street, The Dow was up 515 points, or 1.8% of 20,362. The NASDAQ is up 272 points. This is NPR. Live from Kait VD news. I'm Brian Watt in the Oakland City Council races incumbents are leading with a major exception is Raquel Maria Dillon reports on what looks like an upset. Carol Fife, a longtime housing activists leads in District three West Oakland. Her opponent, eight year incumbent, Lynette Gibson. McElhaney has not conceded Rank choice votes have not been reallocate it yet in other Oakland City Council races, incumbents Damn Kalb and Noel Guy Oh, hold solid leads in north Oakland and Fruitvale respectively. Trevor Reid leads the race to take over the seat Her dad has held for 18 years in Deep East Oakland, Carol Fife's group Moms for housing has turned its attention to local politics. Another mom, Dominic Walker, and an attorney with the group, Leah Simon Weisberg, are leading the race for seats on Berkeley's rent Stabilization port. I'm Raquel Maria del and kick you in the news. The 40 Niners have shut down their facility. That's after receiver Kindred born tested positive for the Corona virus. However, the team is still scheduled to host the Green Bay Packers tonight. The Niners say born immediately went into self quarantine after getting the diagnosis and one of UC Berkeley's football players has tested positive for the virus putting cow season opening Game Memorial Stadium Saturday night against Washington in jeopardy. Cows football coach says several players need contact tracing and practice has been limited. In soccer. The earthquakes beat L. A F. C last night 3 to 2. That match was initially postponed from Sunday after several L A F C players tested positive. I'm Brian. What news.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Laura and Delta, which hit earlier in the season for NPR news. I'm taking Wendland in New Orleans. In pre market trading. US futures are lower. Dow futures are down 129 points on stock markets in Asia. Shares are mixed higher in Shanghai. This is NPR news. Tensions have flared for a second straight night in Philadelphia over the police killing of Walter Wallace. Police say more than 90 people have been arrested amid sometimes violent protests. Family members say they called 911 for an ambulance because Wallace was having a mental health crisis. Two police officers were dispatched, A confrontation ensued, and Wallace was fatally shot. Police say that Wallace ignored orders to drop a knife. Pacific Gas and electric is restoring power in northern California following safety shut offs prompted by powerful winds. Needs. Raquel Maria Dillon reports that no major fires broke out during the storm. PG and E is working to restore electricity to about 345,000 customers who were without power during the worst wind storm of the year. Cruz and aircraft are inspecting lines to make sure it's safe to turn the power back on. In Napa County Public Works director Stephen Lederer says roads and infrastructure didn't sustained too much damage. I expect it's probably because we've removed the number of trees following the Ln you Hennessey Fire and the glass fire. This turned out better than expected the something I've not been able to say this year. Very many funds. Forecasters predict calm weather through the weekend but no rain to end the wildfire season for NPR news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan in Oakland. Two firefighters injured while battling the so called Civil Rodel fire in southern California remain hospitalized. The blaze has grown to over 13,000 acres since it broke out on.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were made available today. I'm Teresa Lagos kick you in the news. Large parts of the Bay Area are facing extremely dangerous fire conditions today. Now the National Weather Service has issued fire warnings until tomorrow morning with low humidity and wind gusts of up to 40 miles an hour predicted over the mountains. That has prompted P. Jeannie to shut off electricity for several 1000 customers in parts of Northern California. Customers in the Bay Area are no longer affected. The weather has led state fire officials to increase Cal fire staffing throughout Northern California. The agency says. So far this year, 8700 wildfires have burned more than 4.1 million acres, destroyed more than 9000 structures and led to the deaths of 31 people. I'm Raquel Maria Dillon. The news have a good afternoon. Support for NPR comes from see three C three. Dottie I software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale. Solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at sea. Three dot aye aye, and buy the listeners and members of Sonny some cooler high temperatures. Bay Area Sacramento Valley area highs today mid sixties to the apparatus is inland. Sacramento Valley Look for highs today in the low to mid eighties 83 today in Sacramento. From NPR and W bur. I'm Peter O'Dowd. I'm robbing young. It's here And now, as of this morning, more than 45 Million Americans have voted, according to the U. S elections project at the University of Florida. Hopefully, nothing will happen tonight to make the regret their votes. But will the two presidential candidates say something in the final presidential debate to make other voters change theirs? It's got a preview with Ron Elving, NPR's senior editor and correspondent. Hi, Ron. Hi, Robyn. Good to be with.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Virus infections in the U. S are nearing a staggering 70,000 day, the highest daily count since late July. NPR's Amy held reports. The total number of U. S infections now exceeds eight million. The Heartland is being hit hard. Some hospital beds are filling up. Wisconsin has opened a field hospital on fairgrounds outside Milwaukee, North Dakota, has been forced to send patients out of state. What cases are creeping up almost everywhere, including in the Northeast hit hard in the spring. Doctor Darien Sutton is an E R physician in New York City when this pandemic started to pick up its pains and March in the April that was during the tail end of the then current loose. Even so, now we're marching into this new season with more cases than we had at that time ahead of Thanksgiving. Top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is suggesting people rethink travel and gatherings. Europe is going through its own surge, leading to renewed restrictions in France, Italy and the U. K. Amy Health NPR news Michigan is prohibiting civilians from openly carrying guns at polling places on Election Day. Michigan Public Radio's recruit of reports Michigan allows most adults toe openly carry firearms without a license. But Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has the authority to ensure safe and orderly election, says her spokesman. Jay Kerala. Open carry one of the things that could be intimidating and so That's actually not allowed in the context of a voting location, he says. That's particularly important during an unusually heated election cycle. Guns will also not be allowed, where absentee ballots are being counted at least one gun rights groups as the directive violates the 1st and 2nd amendment and might suit but it might be too late for the issue to be litigated before Election Day. For NPR news. I'm Rick, please. Fires continue to grow across the West because of dry weather is Carly Hucles of member station Kunc. Reports. Colorado's largest wildfire on record is now burned more than 187,000 acres. Colorado has broken the state's largest wildfire record twice this year, and the current record breaker continues to grow. Camera peak fire grew more than 20,000 acres from Friday evening into Saturday morning. Air quality remains unhealthy. Mandatory evacuations keep being issued as a fire grows east towards the cities of Loveland and for Collins. The fire has already started to burn areas of Rocky Mountain National Park and is getting closer to popular tourist destinations like Estes Park for NPR News. I'm Carly Hucles in Loveland, Colorado. The National Weather Service. One's critical fire. Weather conditions will prevail in the southwest, High Plain states and the Midwest as well as California. This is NPR news Live from Cape Kennedy News. I'm Raquel Maria Dillon 31 years ago. Today at 50 for P. M. On October 17th 1989, a section of the San Andreas Fault ruptured near Loma Prieta Peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains. 60 miles to the Northeast. The Bay Area felt the impact. And here's some of the sounds of that day. Oh, my God, We're having an earthquake! Wait a minute. Hold on. Hold on Life Grand Freeway had come down. Wait, 38. We have a major injury accident. A brand new going on extensive six deals going down. What's going down. The ramp is collapsing. Okay, people off to turn the cars around. You can get home. We have your cooperation Go back through. The school yard here has to break 63 people died as a result of that quake, The US Geological Survey says there's a safe 72% probability of at least one quake of magnitude 6.7.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Support comes from San Matteo Credit Union. Dense fog advisory. Now until 10 this morning for the San Francisco Bay Area, at least the West Coast West Bay area and along the coast, heading down all the way to Monterey. And today's healthy, unhealthy air later on in the day temperatures ranging from the mid sixties to the mid eighties you're listening to K Q. E D have FAM San Francisco It's 5 30. Live from any news on Brian What the union that represents Cal Fire's Cruz says many firefighters are running on empty as they battle massive wildfires throughout the steak is Raquel Maria Dillon reports. Cal. If I wre firefighters are used to working 72 hour shifts. But that grueling routine has been up ended by the number of huge wildfires burning simultaneously and new, dangerous fire behavior. Tim Edwards is president of local 28 81, the union that represents state firefighters. They're not getting a break it all and their going from one fire to another and fatigue is playing a big role in injuries are a risk right now because of that Cal fire and the union asked the state Legislature to put 550 more firefighters in this year's budget. But there was only enough money for about 160. Last month, Governor Gavin Newsom used emergency funding to hire 800 personnel to replace inmate fire fighters who were released due to the pandemic. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan news. In Butte County. At least 10 people have now died in 16 are missing due to the massive wildfire burning in the Sierra foothills. That North complex fire started in mid August. But one of the fires that make up the complex exploded on Tuesday. Butte County Sheriff's officials say investigators found seven bodies yesterday. That's a day after three other victims were discovered. The thick layers of ash and smoke in the air are making it harder for solar panels to absorb sunlight. But that doesn't worry the executive director of the California Solar and Storage Association, Bernadette del Chiaro, even with The orange skies overhead solar panels were producing 80 or more percent of the electricity that that we rely on them to produce. And el Carro says Solar is helping reduce the severity of wildfires by not contributing to climate change. But only a tiny fraction of the state's solar users have batteries that can store electricity when the sun isn't shining. Del Carro hopes the state will do more to subsidize those batteries so more customers will buy them. The Trump Administration's deployment of federal agents to Portland in July stirred controversy now. A new congressional oversight report reveals details about how other federal officers were operating in California a month earlier. Here's more from videos Alex Emslie. Farell SWAT teams deployed two cities around the country during protests over police killings this summer, including in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego. That's according to a congressional report by the U. S Government Accountability Office Out Thursday, Thie tactical teams were activated to protect federal buildings back up local law enforcement or directly police protests in June. The oversight agency says it plans to continue investigating the federal response to protests, including events later in the summer. I'm Alex Aimlessly news, and there is more at dot org's I'm Ryan. What in Oakland? Good morning. Support comes from Oakland International Airport, the heart of the Bay Area and the soul of the East Bay ready to fly the Eastbay way, once again from the threat of covert 19 to combating disinformation, election administrators in the hot seat, we're the plumbers of democracy. All we're trying to do is make sure that our pipes flow that everybody make sure that their vote counts. Election.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Raquel Maria Dillon there's an election coming up March third and apart from the presidential primary and super Tuesday Mountain View residents will be voting on rent control some same measure D. is a compromise between landlords and renters and others say it's no compromise at all KQED is a deep on the moody explains today a annual rent hikes in Mountain View are controlled by the rate of inflation that fluctuates but for now it's at three and a half percent measure the wood top annual rent increases at four percent among other things and Mountain View mayor Margaret Ave Koga supports it there's more predictability on both sides frankly from the landlord side and the tenant side she calls it reasonable rent control which is not how former Mountain View mayor Lenny Siegel would describe it an outspoken advocate for affordable housing Siegel says we have a lot of software engineers have moved in here to work at Google and other places will they have cafeteria workers to feed them if there's no place for the cafeteria workers who's gonna feed the Google employees if teachers can't afford to live here how are the kids of of the the more affluent residents going to hi how are they gonna be taught you can be an affluent renter and still feel that high rents make living in Mountain View tenuous someone know were moved to Mountain View about three years ago from upstate New York when her husband got a job at Nokia they landed in a cozy is some let one bedroom apartment downtown that they pay thirty one hundred four say though that is about average for the city I feel like it's my duty as a citizen because I have evil to make sure that it goes to protect community members she's been knocking on doors to campaign against measure D. even though more no where says she can handle four percent a year which she can't handle is another part of maturity that allows landlords to pass along the cost of improving your unit up to a ten percent hike on the annual rent we would be displaced so why is that improvements coda in there despite historically high rents in Silicon Valley many landlords have drag their feet upgrading the properties they own a classic example would be soft story apartment buildings that should be seismically retrofitted again mayor of the coca we've heard the tenants who want upgrades they're being told no because property owners don't have a guarantee of cost recovery but local tenants rights groups have come out against measure D. compared to the California apartment association and other landlord backed organizations that support the measure make of that what you will as the only pulling down for this race has been partisan nature I'm either the bundling moody KQED news and now it's time for a story from KQ Edie's bay curious podcast team this week they answer a question about coyotes a listener noticed coyote warnings at local parks and wanted to know how those critters came to be city dwellers and what their lives are like reporter Bianca Taylor brings us the story when I started researching this story I knew I had to talk to this one woman and not my first priority upon Twin Peaks and this coyote was as interested in me and my dog as I was in her it must have been a youngster and we sat down and watched each other with her showing her enthusiasm her interests for excitement her intelligence all of that came to the fore.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Calling for an immediate ceasefire and heightened efforts for a political solution for NPR news and Linda sue low in New York less than a half an hour to go to the opening bell on wallstreet U. S. futures contracts are trading lower you're listening to NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Raquel Maria Dillon the clock is ticking for Californians who still need a real ID but as KQ Edie's Tiffany can hi reports there's a new effort to push the deadline back over seven million people in the state have a real ID according to the California DMV but about sixteen million more Californians still need to get one before the federal deadline of October first or they can't for domestic flights without a valid passport Fairfield assembly member Jim Frazer says getting that done on time is a long shot that's why he co sponsored a resolution to push back that due date for the hundred and eighty DOB is in California so trying to get sixteen million people into the DMV by over first I mean you do the math is just absolutely impossible the resolution asked the department of homeland security for a three year extension which would allow most Californians to get a real ID when they renew their driver's licenses I'm Tiffany cam high KQED news Santa Clara county health officials say there's no evidence that the new corona virus is spreading locally to people in the county remain in home isolation after testing positive earlier this month but county public health director Serra Cody says there's no need for the general public to change habits we encourage everyone to go to school every day go to work every day Kerry about your life the only thing I would say and this is general is if you are sick stay home with whatever you're sick with state labs are waiting for test kits from the CDC so they can identify cases more quickly I'm mark how Maria del.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Senators and twenty twenty their reelection hopes largely hinge on trump's base turning out in November Franco or down yes NPR news days and days of heavy rain of impacted a wide area of the southern U. S. with Mississippi and Tennessee being hit the hardest Mississippi's Pearl River has reached its highest level in thirty seven years while a dramatic fire department video capture houses tumbling down a bluff over the Tennessee River with more rain in the forecast thousands of evacuated residents are being urged not to return home just yet this is NPR from KQED news I'm Raquel Maria del one for the fourth time this week a malfunction at chevron's Richman refinery prompted the facility to send gas to its flares thank you ladies Ted Goldberg reports the latest problem took place Sunday morning chevron says one of its units experience some sort of problem that led to a flurry operation and the release of an undetermined amount of sulfur dioxide the company and regulators have yet to release detailed information about this particular malfunction we can go Monday sure run experience a problem in its Haidar cracking unit that prompted the evacuation of close to a dozen workers from the unit that led to a series of flooring operations twice that morning and then again the following day local air regulators say they're investigating all of the incidents over the last two years flaring operations have increased at chevron I'm Ted Goldberg KQED news Travis Air Force base in Fairfield is now housing more than a hundred and seventy people who were passengers on an Asian crews who've been quarantined to make sure they don't spread the new coronavirus a flight from Japan carrying the group that had been isolated on the diamond princess ship arrived at Travis overnight Dr William Walters with the states to with the state department's bureau of medical services says seven of the passengers have confirmed cases of the virus but they're symptom free from the IRS positive that a symptomatic were taken to the healthcare facilities in the in the vicinity of tracks surfaced as the group is being quarantine for fourteen days they've they're being house separately from another set of evacuees from Wuhan China who arrived at the base earlier this month I'm Raquel Maria Dillon KQED news support this afternoon comes from the San Francisco Symphony featuring world renowned artists Sanders celebration of Beethoven's two hundred fiftieth birthday support for NPR comes from heather Sternhagen and Paul G. Hager supporting African wildlife foundation working to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in modern Africa learn more at a W. F..

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Secretary treasurer and the official announcement is with a win our goal well we do it that's always going to endorse we know polyethylene daughters eight counties the union is clear it does not support a Medicare for all plan the workers fought hard to have their health care and they want to keep it the union says it has felt the wrath of Bernie Sanders supporters online for NPR news I'm free Xander in Reno on wallstreet stocks are mixed the Dow Jones industrial average is down seventeen points to twenty nine thousand four hundred six the nasdaq is up more than twenty eight points at ninety seven hundred forty the S. and P. five hundred is up about four points you're listening to NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Raquel Maria Dillon moms for housing says they've been told the Alameda county district attorney will not file any charges against the four people who were arrested when county sheriff came to evict members occupying a vacant house in west Oakland on January fourteenth the group was protesting the cost of housing and property flipping by corporate interests now moms for housing is calling on the Alameda county sheriff's office to release all of its reports on the eviction action a spokesman for the company that owns the house and is negotiating its sale to a local land trust had no comment mayors from the bay area's three largest cities are commanding governor Gavin Newsom for including spending on homelessness and his proposed budget but as KQED is Tiffany camp high reports at a state hearing yesterday they all said cities need more than one time funding to deal with.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the party and can help sell fund her campaign the president trump and conservative activists are pushing for Republican congressman Doug Collins he's made it clear he wants the job Collins is one of trump's fiercest defenders on Capitol Hill he's also indicated that if he's not appointed to the seat he may run anyway sparking a contentious Republican primary NPR Susan Davis reporting this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian white San Francisco officials plan to consider a measure today to expand protections for renters California governor Gavin Newsom recently signed a law requiring landlords to provide just because before each victim tenants he does not apply to housing built in the last fifteen years supervisor Matt Haynie says the San Francisco ordinance would apply to all rentals you should receive those protection on the arbitrary basis of when you're building was built you are a close that loophole nature that in San Francisco we're covering all of our tenant landlord say measures like this would make it more difficult to maintain and renovate property more than half of UCSF nurses surveyed by their union say they've experienced violence in the workplace KQED is Raquel Maria Dillon reports the California nurses association asked about four hundred members earlier this year about safety at work and those who said they experienced violence on the job the vast majority said managers didn't even follow up with a post incident debrief about nine in ten said they didn't feel prepared for an active shooter incident the nurses union is organizing a rally at the hospitals Parnassus campus tomorrow the nurses are asking you see to hire more security guards at hospitals clinics and parking facilities to install metal detectors at hospitals and to involve nurses when they create unit specific workplace violence prevention plants the hospital referred requests for comment to the UC office of the president which did not return calls over the.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reducing GOP to seven of the state's fifty three seats in the house of representatives. Scott Shafer talks with California Republicans about how they plan to move forward. That's coming up at nine o'clock. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm lily Jamali. We begin in central California where the food and Drug administration has narrowed down its hunt for the source of an e coli outbreak in Romain lettuce to six coastal counties from Ventura to Monterey geeky weedays. Raquel Maria Dillon has more on the investigation into what caused the outbreak UC Davis food safety expert, Dr Michelle J Russell says considering how much lettuce we this kind of outbreak is pretty rare given how many people eat lettuce. This is a fairly remarkable event. Have this contamination happened three times in a row now since last year while investigators worked? Test soil water, and machinery, and processing plants growers and food safety experts are examining their procedures and trying to figure out what they could have missed that would allow this contamination. Dr J Russell says this strain of E coli is most often found in animal feces and not spread by farm employees failing to wash their hands for the California report. I'm Racquel Maria. Dylan four thousand mental health workers Kaiser Permanente are getting ready to go on strike. They filed notice yesterday that they will pick it outside one hundred Kaiser locations throughout the state health reporter, April Dembosky reports the strike will start December tenth and last all week the union for mental health clinician says Kaiser has failed to fix understaffing issues that have plagued the healthcare provider for years in two thousand thirteen the state fine. Kaiser four million dollars because patients were forced to wait excessively long, periods for mental health appointments. State regulators followed up in two thousand fifteen and two thousand seventeen. And found the long wait times. Persisted now clinician say their calendars are still booked weeks in advance the union began bargaining on a new contract in June, and they focused on trying to increase staffing. But they say Kaiser hasn't budged and now they're going on strike, but Kaiser executives say the Union's principal demands have been about higher wages and benefits. Not patient care. They say it's disappointing. The union would call a strike so close to the holidays when people with mental health needs may be most vulnerable finish California report. I'm April Dembosky, let's turn to immigration now when a federal judge in San Diego ordered the reunion of nearly twenty seven hundred migrant families this summer parents with criminal histories were excluded. But attorneys for the families say you can't take away someone's kid without proving a criminal history. Kiki's Julie small tells us about a mother from El Salvador who challenged the allegations against her MS q as she's called in court. Filings could have her four year old son j back in her arms by midnight tonight. He was taken out of those arms and March and sent to Chicago. She was detained in Texas. The separation looked permanent when immigration officials found a warrant for her arrest, and El Salvador, but her attorneys told a federal judge in DC this week that warrant was based on a suspected gang affiliation, not an actual conviction. The judge agreed and ordered the government to reunite the family. We hope there will be additional rulings like the one in DC to reunite these families that little children do not continue to suffer. ACLU attorney legal aren't hopes. The ruling will help other migrant parents who've been told they're not getting their kids back Galant is the lead attorney in the lawsuit that put an end to the separation of families at the border court documents show one hundred and forty migrant children are still on their own in government shelters for the California report..

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"San Francisco. Raquel Maria Dillon has more children are especially vulnerable to wildfire smoke because their lungs are still developing and they play hearts. At Marshall elementary in San Francisco's mission district, the smoky air means recess is cancelled for the rest of the week teacher. Greg ideas, says his kindergartners are bouncing off the walls. They haven't been outside. They have all this energy in. It's probably tough on him to the wins that fan the campfire north of Sacramento haven't led up and the current weather pattern is pushing smokeout through the Golden Gate. This air is unhealthy. Doctors are recommending filtering respirator masks made for dusty construction work rated n ninety five or better yet. They're all the ninety five or higher. Yup. That's. Yeah. This one's the coal hardware store in the north beach neighborhood. Tina row Tolo says they've sold thousands of masks since the smoke hit on Friday. We bought as many as eight hundred seven hundred five hundred time while masks, are helpful pulmonologist. Dr John bounds says they may give a false sense of security they work, but they have to be properly fitted. They have to make a good seal around the nose and mouth cut up like a snorkel mask. But they don't fit on children or people with beards smoke is unhealthy because of what's in it particulate matter and carcinogenic compounds. How bad it is for. You has a lot to do with. How close you are to the source and how much you breathe bombs says fire smoke is like diesel exhaust and cigarette. Smoke so wildfire fire smoke is basically the same stuff, but it's different sitting right next to a fire. That's a different level of exposure that us being several hundred miles down wind from the campfire while. Fire smoke also contains other stuff, plastics paint metals even pesticides from the homes businesses and vehicles that burned Tony Wechsler director of the air quality research center at UC. Davis says these extended mega fire smoke events have health officials rethinking their advice to the public had wildfires to California. We've always had we've had various levels of devastation, but in my experience, it hasn't been one after the other for, you know, basically years at a time here this this. This is a whole new game Wexler says this new game of millions of people exposed to heavy smoke over days weeks, and even months has adverse health implications. And he says that's a concrete and immediate effect of climate change for NPR news. I'm Racquel Maria. Dylan in San Francisco. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news on WNYC coming up next. A bipartisan effort to ease some penalties for drug crimes and provide more services to people leaving prison appears to be in the works in congress. Also ahead House Republicans elected their leaders for the next congress after losing the majority for the first time since two thousand eleven the smaller more conservative conference will focus on protecting Donald Trump. Stay tuned. WNYC supporters include Tom Stoppard's, the hard problem at Lincoln center theater. A new play from stop are that explores the Gulf between science.

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With the demands of Justice after a bridge collapses in Italy, we check in on the search for survivors, Florida, deadly, red tide is killing sea creatures. Tons of fish are washing up on the beaches. The smell is terrible, and it's affecting my lungs, and it's sad to see all the good fish. Now, this news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack, Speer lawyers for, former Trump campaign. Chairman Paul Manafort have rested their case without. Calling, a single witness to the stand as NPR's, Carrie Johnson reports Manafort decided, not to, testify in his Bank and tax. Fraud trial judge asked Paul Manafort if he was satisfied, with his, lawyers and, whether, Manafort, wanted to testify Manafort responded no Serena ferment slightly husky voice Manafort has decided not to. Put on defense instead. His lawyers concentrated on challenging the government witnesses especially manafort's former business partner Rick gates closing arguments are set for Wednesday then the, case goes to the six-man six woman jury, Carrie, Johnson, NPR news Alexandria Virginia a former. Baltimore police officer captured on video beating a man. Is now facing criminal charges NPR's Braxton Booker reports, it comes just a day after the officer resigned. From, the force Arthur Williams. The former Baltimore. Police officer is now accused of an alleged crime here's Baltimore states attorney Marilyn Mozambique grand jury returned indictment that was presented to them against four Baltimore police officer Arthur Williams, on first degree, assault second degree. Salt and misconduct in office the statement stems. From, a video that surfaced over the weekend in, it the officer is seen, repeatedly punching, a man in the head the. Civilian doesn't appear to be fighting back or resisting trust, between Baltimore, police in, the, community, is strained last year the city entered into a consent decree after a Justice department report. Found that blacks in. The city were disproportionately targeted by law enforcement Braxton Booker NPR news Ships. And other church leaders in Pennsylvania were, able to hide clergy sex abuse cases for decades and in some cases also convinced victims not to report abuse that's according to a grand jury report out today some three hundred predator priests were. Named, a lengthy report though some names on the list were already public Josh. Piero's the Pennsylvania attorney general over one thousand child victims identified by. Our investigation though the, grand jury notes that they believe that number was in the thousands of report catalogues a, number of abuse cases and, six, of eight, Catholic guy season the state. Including one case in which a priest raped young girl in the hospital. After she had her tonsils out several dozen people named in. The report petitioned the court to have their names redacted after a slow start in two thousand eighteen Home. Depot appears, to be bouncing back the Atlanta based home improvement chain today announcing second quarter earnings numbers well ahead of analysts estimates also raising its revenue and profit projections For the, full year homedepot says its second quarter profits at, a record, three point five billion dollars or three dollars and five cents a share, stocks gained ground on Wall Street today the Dow is up one hundred twelve points the NASDAQ rose fifty one points this is NPR fan KiKi weedy news I'm Tiffany Cam, high a member of San Francisco's ethics commission is suing the secret service to learn more about Donald Trump. Junior's trip to India in February of, this year cake you at ease Raquel Maria Dillon has more retired Superior Court Judge Quentin Kopp wanted to know how much the secret service spent on Donald Trump junior's visit to Delhi this past..

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"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Culver City California I'm DeWayne Brown fire crews here in California are getting a. Better handle on a number of large wildfires burning across the. State but as capital public, radio's Randall white explains it's still a. Very dangerous situation at more. Than. Three hundred and five thousand. Acres the ranch fire near clear, lake is now the single largest fire. In state history and was the site of the state's sixth firefighter. Fatality on Monday forty two year old Matthew Burchette from Utah died from injuries on the fire, line, Cal fire is Heather Williams says the number of these so far this. Year are a. Concern eight we did have thirteen fatalities. This year were standing at six but we're only halfway. Through the year so we have to keep that in mind that. It's only August we still have few months ago and conditions, continued to be very dangerous for fire personnel cooler weather and weeks of containment operations of made it possible to reopen Yosemite valley it's been close Most visitors since July, twenty fifth because of the Ferguson fire. For NPR news I'm Randall. White. In Sacramento in Pennsylvania and. Almost two year grand jury investigation, to clergy sex abuse has identified more. Than one thousand victims that number comes from six Roman Catholic diocese. In the Pittsburgh area the grand jury report says the real number of abused children might be, in the thousands Bishop David zubec- says the claims spanned seven decades I have. Cried with them And. Have cried for them over the damage done to. Them, and their families by men whose lives should. Have been committed to protecting their souls from any kind of harm zubec- is head of. The diocese of Pittsburgh the report faults former longtime Bishop Donald world for inadequate church investigations and concealing information when priests. Were reported to law enforcement, world disputes the claims and. Now leads the Washington DC archdiocese you're. Listening to NPR news from k. q. weedy. News I'm Tiffany Cam high And member of San Francisco's ethics commission is suing the secret service to learn. More about Donald Trump's juniors trip to India. In February of, this year cake, Raquel Maria Dillon has more retired Superior Court Judge. Quentin Kopp wanted to know how much the, secret service spent on Donald Trump junior's visit to Delhi..

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KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seven thirty one from news, I'm, Brian watt attorneys for victims and women's rights groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college, campuses violate title nine which banned gender discrimination in education k.. Qaeda's Raquel Maria Dillon has more from the federal court hearing in San Francisco yesterday Education secretary Betsy DeVos has said campus. Sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process, but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting incidents to universities or. Schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it. Puts schools, are in the position of no. Longer taking seriously and an implementing their duties to ensure. Equal access to all students regardless of sex attorneys for the government said devices. Efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault investigations and not. Meant to discriminate against women I'm, Racquel Maria Dylan news veteran. Berkeley city councilman, Chris Worthington plans to retire this fall, Worthington was first elected to office in nineteen ninety six he was considered, the first openly, gay person to be elected to. The council the progressive councilman announced yesterday that he will not seek really Action in. November Worthington is known for authoring pro environmental pro labor pro tenant legislation earlier this year Berkeley councilwoman Linda Myo who has been in. Office for twenty five years said she won't run, again I'm Brian watt news support for this morning comes from visitors coverage providing international travel..

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dillon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San, Francisco based Bank is in the. Process of paying those customers back according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wall Street today the Dow was down one hundred and thirty four points This, is NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high the US army is investigating the collapse of a. Large military tent at an. Army base in Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical training exercise at fort hunter Liggett believe the tent over last night Master Sergeant Valery resonate he, says it, was part, of a, training exercise we had men come in and practicing landings, to drop off and pick up the. Casualties all of, this soldiers injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's. Rights, groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education kick you ease Raquel Maria Dillon. Has. More from the federal court hearing in San Francisco today Education secretary. Betsy DeVos has said campus sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting, incidents to universities our schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in, the position of no longer taking seriously, and an implementing their. Duties to ensure equal access to all students regardless. Of sex attorneys for the government said vases efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault. Investigations.

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Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

"Services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San, Francisco based Bank is in the. Process of paying those customers back according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wall Street today the Dow was down one hundred and thirty four points This, is NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high the US army is investigating the collapse of a. Large military tent at an. Army base in Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical training exercise at fort hunter Liggett believe the tent over last night Master Sergeant Valery resonate he, says it, was part, of a, training exercise we had men come in and practicing landings, to drop off and pick up the. Casualties all of, this soldiers injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's. Rights, groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education kick you ease Raquel Maria Dillon. Has. More from the federal court hearing in San Francisco today Education secretary. Betsy DeVos has said campus sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting, incidents to universities our schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in, the position of no longer taking seriously, and an implementing their. Duties to ensure equal access to all students regardless. Of sex attorneys for the government said vases efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault. Investigations.

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