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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"FM and San Francisco and 89.3 of them in Sacramento. Good morning to you. The time is a 22. It's morning edition on KQED. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. San Jose is in mourning remembering the lives of the nine men who were killed in the shooting last week at a light rail yard for the Valley Transportation Authority. The men were all Vita employees. Some had worked with the transit agency for decades, and they were some of the most essential of essential workers. On a recent episode of the Bay Podcast kick you Edie's Devon Katayama talked about what the Vita has been up against with Nico Savage, Transportation reporter for the San Jose Mercury News. What was Wednesday expected to look like for the V Today before the mass shooting happened. It was actually supposed to be a pretty exciting day for the agency for more than a year. Going back to March. 2020 Vita has been under some very strict requirements to ensure social distancing. So the idea is to make sure that you have six FT. Space between everyone on the vita Busses and light rail. But on Wednesday, Vita was finally changing those guidelines to ensure three FT of distance, which meant you could get more than twice as many people onto those Busses. So it was kind of this exciting day as the pandemic. Eyes sort of waning. And then of course, the shooting happened when And where was this shooting? Yes. So this shooting happened at the Guadalupe Yard, which is basically the HQ for the light rail system, which is this three line. Kind of trained, trolly looking says that runs all through downtown San Jose, and then across places like Mountain View on male Penis and the Guadalupe Yard is kind of the hub for that. It's over, just off of interstate 80 by Manetta Airport on the north side of San Jose. Good morning, everyone About 6:34 a.m. this morning. Send in Clark County Communications Center received multiple 91 calls a shots fired call. Multiple on the shooting happened at basically the busiest time of day at that facility. That's when you know you're getting the light rail system launched for the day. The place is is kind of buzzing with, you know the mechanics who have been maintaining the vehicles. The operators who drive them all over the South Bay. It's AH, It's a really busy time there. This'll building is Evita Control Center Valley Transportation Authority Control Center. It is a hub that stores multiple Bt trains on maintenance yard as well. Way do know that the gunman worked at the V T. But what do we know about the other victims and the kinds of work that they did for the agency? So the nine.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. Ever since the CDC loosened its master rules, we here in California have been wondering, Will our state public health officials fall in line with the feds? Or are they going to stay their own course. At a press conference today, Dr Mark Galley said, Keep that mask on indoors just a little longer. Even if you're vaccinated against Cove. It He plans to lift mask rules on June 15th. Time's with the rest of the state's re opening. Dr. Kirsten Bivens. Domingo from UCSF joins us now So California really is making its own way here. Why do you think state officials did this? And how do you think it's going to go? The CDC recommendation that caught many people off guard? It is definitely a recommendation grounded in science, but it is one that requires AH, lot of thought when you when considering how to best implement the challenges that we don't have enough people vaccinated quite yet, and we don't really have a way to verify. We can get over the verification step if we make sure that we get as many people as possible vaccinated, and I think this extra few weeks is going to help the state to do that is waiting for more weeks to lift this mask mandate. Good, equitable public health policy. Yes, it is both equitable and good public health and good public policy. Everyone who was eligible to be vaccinated A zoo April 15, even if they started on the first day they were eligible is not fully vaccinated. As of today, many of the people who we want most to be vaccinated and who are at risk when we open work place settings are those workers who often times can't take time off of work. To be vaccinated Those air people we want to reach. We know we still haven't reached many of our poorest communities that have also born the brunch throughout the pandemic, and doing all of this, and waiting for more weeks actually protects these particular groups. It helps to drive the case rates down, which protects all of the vulnerable groups in our state, as well as to protect the rest of us from a potential surge that might lead lead us to have to don our masks again. Given the politicization of masking orders all around throughout the pandemic, some experts in your field or worried that a major state like California, sticking with mask requirements for a few more weeks. Might actually undermined people's confidence in the vaccines. Are you concerned about that, too? I think that's around the pandemic. We've seen challenges with communicating the science as well as politicization of Public health decisions, and I think both of those you will see at play here on day. I think that that's that is, of course concerning But I think we have to keep our eye on the prize here. And the price here is that, um that we get to open up the state safely on the 15. Nobody wants to go back to putting a mask on because we see a rise in cases. So I think all of us can wait for a few more weeks in order to make sure that as many people as possible in our state are vaccinated, particularly making sure that those who are having to work an essential worker soon, really. Borne the brunt through much of this pandemic are able to be vaccinated. But yes, I think you are right to be concerned that this message, like many others will be seen through a lens of politics and, well, we haven't done the best job possible. Communicating this important message. Dr. Kirsten Bivens Domingo, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at UCSF, Thank you so much. Thank you. I'm Richelle Maria Dylan. KQED news Support.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Many service manager's report challenges getting the supplies they need to keep pace with growing demand and more than half so they're having to pay higher prices. As result, inflation watchdogs will be on the lookout to see if those price hikes are passed on to consumers. Federal Reserve expects an uptick in inflation this year, but adds it's likely to be temporary. Scott Horsley NPR NEWS Washington U S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is calling for the adoption of a minimum global corporate income tax bill in putting forth the idea in an apparent effort to offset any potential disadvantages from a move by the bite administration to increase the corporate income tax rate in the U. S. Stocks closed higher. Today. The Dow gained 373 points. The NASDAQ was up 225 points today. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. Former Oakland State Senator Don Perata is launching a campaign to stop the potential recall of Governor Gavin Newsom. Before it even gets to the ballot. KQED politics Reporter Guy Mars already has more if election officials determined that the campaign to recall Newsome has gathered enough signatures to force an election. Signature withdrawal period comes next. Perata is hoping to use that 30 day window likely in May or June to convince voters to remove their names from the recall petition. Challenge, he says, is finding the voters who signed the petition because their names are not public record, and there will be a variety of different hunches and some data. Some science. Ah, lot of probably prayers and late night hours that we can mail to a couple million people and ask them. Did you really know what you're doing if the number of valid recall signatures drops below roughly 1.5 million Election would be called off. I'm guy Mars Roddy KQED news. Santa Clara County's Board of Supervisors will consider a proposal to waive certain fees for small businesses hit hardest by the pandemic. If passed, the measure would waive fees for weighing and measuring devices and scanners for about 1000 small businesses. Here's Santa Clara County supervisor sent each other's these small businesses are really the life, blood of any community. And so anything that we can do to help we should be doing not just government, but All of us is part of our communities. This would cost the county's general fund about $500,000. I'm Michael Maria Dylan KQED News. Have a good evening. Support for NPR comes from the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts for everyone. Ideas and information at Wallace foundation dot or g'kar. I am.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Street. Today, you're listening to NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. San Francisco officials. UCSF. The Latino Task Force and others marked the opening of a new neighborhood vaccination site today in the city's mission District. Pop up is part of a strategy to place vaccination sites and community's disproportionately affected by covert 19. Here's supervisor Hillary Ronin, sharing how she felt seeing to community leaders get their shots. So watching them get the vaccine. And knowing. That they are now gonna survive this pandemic when we have lost so many lives. It's one of the most beautiful and hopeful things I've seen in a long time. For now. The mission site is by appointment and on Lee for people in the first phase, which includes those over 65 health care workers. Growing number of Bay Area lawmakers in Congress are calling for the expulsion of Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene Quds, Marco Siler Gonzalez reports. These calls come after videos have researched this showing representative green espousing baseless que non conspiracies and harassing a young survivor of a Maskell shooting, among other extreme and bizarre views. Some members, including representative and A S. You have co sponsored a resolution to effectively remove green from Congress. It would require a two thirds vote in the House, which is unlikely with the Democrats razor thin majority. In a statement, Green said that she's been made into a target by Democrats for defending what she calls American first values. Marco Siler Gonzalez KQED News and in Oakland. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan KQED. Support for KQED comes from the Netflix documentary Crypt Camp about a summer camp.

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California Flooded With COVID Cases as Los Angeles County Sees Cases Double in Last Month

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00:57 sec | 7 months ago

California Flooded With COVID Cases as Los Angeles County Sees Cases Double in Last Month

"An influx of covert 19 patients in California is stretching hospitals and healthcare workers to their limits. Rachel Raquel Maria Dylan of member station KQED reports, officials say it could be an early sign of a post Christmas surge. The rate of coronavirus tests coming back positive over the past seven days in California has jumped to 14%. L. A County public health officials say the number of cases there doubled in the past month and past 800,000 on Saturday. Hospitals across the state are bracing for a spike in new cases following the holidays. Intensive care unit availability was at 0% in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley this weekend in the San Francisco Bay area. ICU capacity fell to 5.1%. That means all but the northern stretches of the state are below the 15% threshold. It would allow a gradual

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$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

Fresh Air

02:16 min | 9 months ago

$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

"The coronavirus. All the major stock indexes were up. Especially the Dow, which finished 1.6% higher. The Dow is now within striking distance of hitting 30,000 for the first time. Stocks that have been hurt by the pandemic, such as airlines and energy companies were higher. Investors were also responding to comments over the weekend from advisers to President elect Joe Biden, who said no nationwide lockdowns are being contemplated. Jim's a roly NPR news Yes and P Rose 41 points today. You're listening to NPR live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. This is where we are Now. This is me sounding the alarm that San Francisco Mayor London Breed announcing that the city has jumped from the least restrictive yellow tier of the state's coronavirus related reopening plan. Over orange and back to the red tear, and that's effective tomorrow. This means non essential offices must close down again. Jim's can on Lee stay open a 10% capacity. Among other restrictions. San Francisco Public health director Dr Grant Colfax, the rate of increase that were seen in California. This faster and steeper than the summer surge. And here in San Francisco, we're seeing an explosion of new cases throughout the city, with the virus becoming more widespread. Colfax says the city's hospitals and intensive care units are able to care for everyone now. But he warned that may not be true if cases continue to rise. The University of California system has reached a proposed $73 million settlement with seven women who accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse as part of the class action lawsuit more than 6000 patients of Dr James Heaps. Could receive part of the settlement. Ah federal judge must approve the proposed settlement, which was filed today in federal court. Patients have accused heaps of sexual assault and sexual misconduct between 1983 and 2018. He has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges involving seven women and denied wrongdoing. He's due back in state court next month. I'm

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"SACRAMENTO It's 5 30. It's KGB news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. The 2020 election is the most expensive ever that goes for the national races for president and to control the Senate and for statewide propositions, including the most expensive California ballot measure ever. Here to explain where all this money comes from. And why is politics Reporter Guy Maserati? Hi Guy Perego. So let's start with the big one. Prop 22. It would allow good companies to classify their drivers as independent contractors. My understanding is uber and lived. And Gord Ash etcetera have spent more than $200 million on this. Is that why it's all over my TV right now. Exactly. That's why it's all over your TV all over your mail on the radio. I think this is, you know, blown past all records in terms of ballot measure spending in the state on did so fairly early in the campaign and hasn't stopped. I mean, these companies see, this is a really Threat to their business here in California and potentially beyond. And so they've really pulled no punches in terms of spending to get proposition 22 past to get these reclassifications of their workers as independent contractors. Yeah, it's pretty maker. Break it for them. Who are the opponents who are spending against this proposition? What we've seen organized labor kind of pick up the tab against Proposition 22. Obviously, they agree with the changes that were made. Both by the state Supreme Court, but then ultimately in the state Legislature through Assembly Bill five, classifying these workers as employees, and ultimately, they hope that that's the future for these workers, potentially as unionized workers if prop 22 fails. We shall see so next up prop 15, which would change the way commercial properties are taxed to raise money for schools and municipal services. That would be a huge change to prop 13. Which kept property taxes way back in 1978, who's bankrolling this one? So this is largely you know. Unions at the California Teachers Association is the biggest supporter so far nearing 20 million in support. It's a fairly close contest in terms of the money spent. Both sides are kind of around 70 million, obviously very expensive because a lot of businesses have a lot at stake in this. They want to see Proposition 15 defeated. They feel like this kind of split roll ideas coming at the worst time in the middle of a pandemic that could ultimately perhaps get passed down to small businesses, even though the measure on paper is targeted at larger companies, supporters say the cuts that were potentially gonna have in the state to schools exactly why this is needed now. So let's look at some local races in the South Bay. We've got Senate District 15 That's Cupertino through low Scott owes to the South and East Side's of San Jose. That is currently Jim Bell seat. Why is the race to replace him so expensive? I think because you've got to, You know very well qualified Democrats running for the seat county Supervisor Dave Cortez, e former chairwoman, and Raval Andi. I think there's a lot of steak in terms of what they disagree on. Cortez is more aligned with organized labor, and you've seen that in the support both to his campaign and independent support. Raval has gotten a lot of outside money from the Chamber of Commerce. They see her as more of a business friendly Democrat. They split on issues like prop 15 like prop 22 that we just talked about. So all those players see this kind of as a proxy war for that business, First Labor Democrat contest, and that's why I think you're seeing so much money Pour into the senator's A C. All right. Politics. Reporter guy Mars, Roddy. Thanks for joining us on a very busy election Eve. Thanks for go. May it go well tomorrow. Thanks..

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" 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 dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Next we've got all things considered on Raquel Maria Dylan will be in early with K Q. E D news first, though it is traffic Julie de Fishes bringing us to Vacaville. The big rig wrecker on East Bad 80 before Alison Dr Rigas on his shoulder. The car involved is in the left lane. Traffic stop Backto Alamo Drive, So battling that fire, the vegetation fired soon. City Highway 12 remains closed both directions between scaly Road and Walter's Road and in Berkeley. It's a hit run crash east about 80 before Ashby. Look for that. Blocking the left. Lane. Julie, deputy for Kiki, we d Thank you, Julie, and traffic support comes from good eggs. Support for cake comes from Audi conquered, featuring a selection of Audi sedans, sports backs or sport backs, SUVs and a new era of Audi Electric. The E Tron. New and Certified, pre owned out ese are now ready to test drive at Audi conquered and Audi conquered dot com. Red flag warning in effect through tomorrow afternoon for the North Bay Mountains, East Bay Hills and the Diablo range. You're listening to K Q. E. D F M San Francisco The time now is for 30. Live from Kait VD news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. Firefighters responded to several small wildfires in the North Bay and the East Bay last night. Strong winds lead P. Jeannie to shut off power to hundreds of thousands of customers. DJ meteorologist Scott Strength Fell says winds at higher elevations should die down tomorrow. However, unfortunately, looking out of the long range, we don't see any rain in in the next 7 to 10 days, So it looks like we will have a ridge basically of high pressure, Move west and kind of park itself over California. For now. P Jeannie says it's working to restore power to some of its customers today. California prison officials failed to enforce.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"West of the Alhambra exit with a couple of vehicles of car and a truck, but both on the shoulder. Nobody hurt. And some Caltrans work starting on the San Mateo Bridge eastbound over the high rise. Joe McConnell for Kiki. Here's What's on the later today. I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news hour, the final face off. President Trump and Joe Biden take the stage for the last debate. That's Thursday on the PBS NewsHour Get A Recap Find out the day's news. This afternoon, the PBS NewsHour a full hour from 3 to 4 on member supported public radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco. At 89.3 of them in Sacramento. Good morning to you. I'm Dave Freeman. It's 5 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. A mute button will be used at times tonight when President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden face off in their second and final debate of the 2020 campaign. NPR's Aisha Roscoe says it's being held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. After what happened at the first debate, the debate commission has adjusted the format. Each candidate will have the first two minutes of each segment to speak uninterrupted. The commission says the candidate, not speaking, will not have is my corn. During that time, The first debate was chaotic and there were near constant interruptions, ultimately, from the candidates, but overwhelmingly driven by President Trump. The debate topics will include covert 19 national security and race in America. Later this morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on Judge Amy Cockney Barrettes nomination to the U. S. Supreme Court. Democrats on the committee say they will boycott the vote in protest. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer describes the confirmation process as illegitimate, this close to a presidential election. The full Senate is expected to vote to confirm Barrett. Next week, President Trump nominated Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last month. American Airlines says it lost more than $2 billion in the latest quarter amid sharp drops and travel peg to the Corona virus. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. Good morning. State Prison officials are pushing back against a court ruling this week that ordered San Quentin to release or transfer half of its incarcerated population. The prison was the scene of a major Corona virus outbreak securities. Julie Chang reports. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says it's considering next steps regarding Tuesday's ruling, but did not say if it would appeal the decision, Dana Seamus, spokesperson for CDCR says at San Quentin on Ly one new case was recorded among inmates in nearly a month. We have taken extraordinary actions to respond to the cove in 19 pandemic. Since March, we have released more than 22,000 persons, resulting in the lowest prison population in decades. The state appeals court from Tuesday's ruling found that prison officials acted with deliberate indifference to the health of San Quentin prisoners, which an attorney for the state denied Wednesday. I'm Julie Chang News. Eight black female employees of San Francisco's Department of Public Health are suing the city alleging racial discrimination. The lawsuit says the women were denied training and promotions afforded to non black workers. Your attorney is Angela Ally Oto. The discrimination in this case is so insidious that most people would say Well, that's not raising them. They're not being called racial stores. They're not being no worse kind of racism, they keep them down. A recent city report finds Black City workers have lower paying jobs and are less likely to be promoted and are disciplined and fired more frequently. The city attorney's office would not comment on the allegations. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan, K Q. E D news coming upon morning edition on DVD, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Oregon. I have the highest risk of seeing increased militia activity around the elections. That's according to a new report obtained by NPR More about that ahead. Also, the California report ahead at 5:51 A.m.. There is a whole lot of uncertainty surrounding this election. And, as you know, uncertainty is generally really bad for economic activity, and we're going to.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For NPR news. I'm not a handsy in Beirut. This is NPR. Live from the news. I'm Queen Kim. Big story this weekend is the weather and several cities around the Bay Area could break heat records. San Jose is expected to hit the mid nineties today, putting it within striking distance of its same day record of 100 degrees, which was set in 1923. Inland cities like Morgan Hill, Gilroy and Saratoga are expected to see triple digit temperatures cooling centers are opening across the Bay Area this weekend. Patty, eaten with Santa Clara County's Office of Emergency Management, says the cooling centers will not only provide relief from the heat but also some much needed connection. We really worry about people that live alone during these times of extreme heat, and particularly during this pandemic, so we really ask you to look out for each other. Visitors will have to follow Cove in 19 guidelines like wearing facemasks and social distancing staying on the heatwave. Managers of the state's electric squid are urging Californians to turn up their thermostats and turn off unnecessary lights and appliances. To avoid blackouts, especially during peak usage times after three PM needs. Raquel Maria Dylan has more on what power managers are doing to prevent rolling blackouts. Governor Gavin Newsom's emergency order aims to reduce demand by temporarily relaxing environmental regulations on power plants. It also allowed large ships to run their own generators. Instead of plugging in at places like Navy bases, Office of Emergency Services spokesman Brian Ferguson.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cake, sweetie. Public radio. Stay with us. For all things considered, including the news with Raquel Maria Dylan After a look at the area traffic starting with the Altamont Pass. Here's Julie de Fish. That's where they're dealing with. The stalled SUV is he spent 5 80 before North Flynn blocking the second lane for the lefts. Expect to be on the brace for agree Vale Road. Just getting word of an overturned crash sent Lee intro westbound 5 80 at Astudillo. Two Right lanes taken away their traffic stop back to Fairmont. And in Oakland, you've got a wreck on the Nimitz South 80 after nine 83rd Lane from the left is blocked. Julie deputies working traffic support comes from Lucky and Lucky California. Support for cake comes from Stanford Healthcare, safely performing procedures and resuming care for all patients at locations across the Bay Area. Learn how Stanford is adapting care at Stanford healthcare dot org's slash adapting care. I'm Michelle Hannigan. And this is 88.5 Q E D San Francisco in 89.3, North Island, Sacramento for the latest information and updates about the Corona virus. Goto kikui dot org's It's 4 30. It's all things considered from NPR News on Mary Louise Kelly, and I'm such a favor. Coming up. A new novel draws on the author's real life story of growing up in Oklahoma.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More was founded. Voters want to see these kinds of police reform. I think what makes this particular iteration of the civil rights movement different is that we have more white allies coming in. And people of other colors coming in with us to look and say, Oh, the blinders are off. I finally see what is happening now, she says. The video of Kenosha officer shooting Jacob Blake in the back seven times is changing voter perspectives. David Shaper. NPR NEWS Wisconsin Governor Evers is also asking President Trump to drop his planned visit to Kenosha tomorrow, Evers wrote Trump a letter saying he feels trumps presence will only quote hinder our healing. At least 18 deaths are now reported in Louisiana and Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura NPR's Kirk Siegler has been surveying the damage in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Lake Charles, a city of about 80,000, people, from what we've been able to see just looks devastated. Power lines are down whole oak trees uprooted some literally crushing houses. First responders. We've been talking Teo at a base say it's still really an active search and rescue operation. At this point, they're flying down to some of the lower lying coastal areas and choppers. And then you know, scouring these communities in boats whenever they can making sure you know those who did stay behind are still okay. You know from here anyway, The devastation really looks overwhelming. It's going to be a long recovery ahead. NPR's Kirk Siegler reporting This is NPR Live from Kiki Wiki News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan, California is close to requiring independent investigations anytime police kill an unarmed civilian. The state Senate yesterday passed a proposal to do so it had bipartisan support, but police groups oppose it. The legislation would strip the authority to investigate some police killings from local prosecutors. This is Sacramento Assemblyman Kevin McCarthy's third try at passing the bill. But the MO mentum of this year's racial justice protest has pushed reforms like this one to the forefront in state legislatures. The bill now goes to the assembly for a final vote. The Oakland Athletics postponed yesterday's game against the Houston Astros after announcing that a member of the organization tested positive for the Corona virus Cuties Sarah Husseini reports. He's learned of the positive test late Saturday night after a doubleheader against the Astros earlier in the day. In a statement, general manager David Force said the team would remain self isolated in Houston Sunday night. While that awaits the results of tests taken of the entire A's group. He did not reveal whether a team member or other member of the group had been infected. It's the third reschedule for these in less than a week. The team postpone games on Thursday and Friday to protest last week's police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I'm Sarah Husseini kick you. Edie News. Theeighties say they hope to have the results of the team's covert tests back later today. The Giants beat the Diamondbacks for toe one. They're off today. They play the Rockies in Colorado tomorrow in Oakland. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. DVD NEWS Support this morning comes from Bay Area Toll Authority. Nu ETI Fast Track Express Lanes.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Also living more than a 1,000,000 homes and businesses without power least two people were killed after a tornado hit a mobile home park in winter, North Carolina. Two others were killed when trees fell on them. This is NPR Live from Kick Unity News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan Officials in San Mateo, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties have hammered out an agreement to put a Cal trained sales tax measure on the November ballot. As Que Keys Dan breaking reports The deal apparently resolves an impasse that the rail agency said could have led to a shutdown. The agreement would allow residents of the three Caltrain counties to decide on a 1/8 sent sales tax that backers say is critical to helping the rail agencies survived the corona virus crisis and expand future service. But a dispute over how the rail agency is managed threatened to keep the tax proposal off the ballot. San Matteo County, which paid for the Caltrain right of way, has managed the system since 1991. But officials from San Francisco and Santa Clara County have insisted on having a bigger role in running the agency. The newly announced deal will set up a process to repay sama Tail County and change how Caltrain is governed. I'm damn breaking news. A Superior Court judge is upholding San Francisco's eviction moratorium, which is aimed at protecting tenants who've fallen behind on rent during the pandemic. Several real estate and landlord groups sued the city in June, arguing the eviction moratorium is a violation of state law. But the judge ruled yesterday that it's a permissible use of the city's powers. San Francisco's ordinance also prohibits late fees and penalties for people struggling to pay rent. But it does not excuse renters from having to pay the rent itself. Eventually, in Oakland, I'm Marc Emery of Dylan kick you in the news support comes from fieldwork brewing, featuring same day delivery of craft beer. Seven Bay Area locations. Online orders that fieldwork.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan President Trump made a move yesterday to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census count that determines state's congressional representation. That could have a huge impact in California. We have the largest undocumented population in the country here. So to explain. We're joined by securities immigration reporter Farida Jaballah Romero. Hello. Hi. Reckon So, what is the president's rationale for this? Well, the president signed a memorandum that says undocumented immigrants should not be included in the census count to decide how many seats in the House of Representatives a state gets, he says. That's because it undermines American citizens. And the president also says thes, you know so called sanctuary policies and states like California. Attract undocumented immigrants to us and that states should not be rewarded with more political representation. The president's order pointed out to California not by name. It referred to it as one state, and I quote that has 2.2 million undocumented immigrants. And, he says, including these immigrants in the count means two or three more congressional seats that would otherwise be allocated. Okay, so that would impact the state's political power in D. C. What was the reaction here in California? Well, it was pretty swift. I mean, just hours after this memorandum was made public, there was a delusion of state elected officials like the Governor, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others who said this directive is is unlawful and Palo Alto congresswoman and issue told me the president is just trying to appeal to his base before this election. In the 14th Amendment of the Constitution does say representatives shall be apportioned among states counting the whole number of persons in each state. Yeah, A lot of people are saying what he's doing clearly violates the Constitution. Can he really do this? So it's unclear at this point how the administration would implement Thiss. That's because the senses does not ask participants about citizenship status, and the Census Bureau can't share people's information with immigration enforcement or other agencies. Nonprofit representatives. They're doing a lot of outreach now trying to increase participation in the senses, which is underway. They say This could make it even harder to get a full and accurate account on undercount also means a lot less money from the federal government for schools and hospitals and roads. I heard from state Senator Tom Umberg. He co chairs a committee on the 2020 cents is, he said the state could lose more than $1000 per person who's not counted per year that could add up to a lot of money. What is the state going to do about it? Well, California has not shied away from legal battles with the Trump Administration attorney general how the best ERA recently said there's about 91 lawsuits the state has waged against this administration. But he says his office can't just sue on something. The president says that there has to be an unlawful action from the federal government that hurts the state. And this order would for sure for the attorney general's office to take them to court. So at this point, they're just going to watch very closely for what comes next. Thank you, Farida. Okay. Thank you. Record the immigration reporter Farida Javelin Romero. I'm Rachael.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Because plenty of neighbors in the embarked Darrow area. Oppose the center that fight is one conflict. San Francisco politicians have walked into as they try to get homeless people off the streets and into stable housing. Another is conservative ship. It's a controversial process where a judge appoints a person or agency to care for someone who can't care for themselves. San Francisco officials say expanding conservative ship would help homeless people with severe substance abuse, problems and mental illness. The K QA dis Raquel Maria Dylan explained why getting there has been slow and bumpy recently. Mayor London breed went to Sacramento to tell state legislators about the plight of the most desperate people in her city, and she had someone from her district in mind, one gentleman in particular. He was well known to all the neighbors all the merchants all of us, the police he has serious problems. And this particular Bill, I'm fighting really hard because I want to see him get the help and the support that he needs breed says what could help this man and others is conservative ship a legal way for a person or government agency to step in and for someone with mental illness into treatment earlier this year state law established a pilot program in San Francisco to allow conservative ship for severely drug addicted people as well in order to qualify. Someone has to be held involuntarily in a hospital for psychiatric reasons. Eight times in the past year state, Senator Scott. The law. We believe that there are fifty to one hundred people on our streets who are so severely mentally ill and drug addicted can't make decisions for themselves who are dying who could benefit from a conservative ship that city officials soon realized the law is currently written applies to fewer than a dozen people in San Francisco, that's mainly because to qualify. Someone has to fail out of a sister outpatient treatment programs. I Weiner says that requirement just gets in the way of providing help he's hoping to fix this. With a new Bill that removes this requirement so conservative ship could apply.

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KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Southeastern Kansas on Thursday, a federal judge in New York has cleared the way for class action sex trafficking case against former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein U S District judge Alvin Heller Stein calls the complaint appropriate if the alleged victims were promised career advancement in exchange for sex Weinstein denies the charges. He still awaits trial on criminal sexual assault and multiple lawsuits. You're listening to NPR news. From ABC news. I'm Tara Siler. Bayer members of congress are waiting through the special counsel report on interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Take you these Raquel Maria Dylan reports on their reactions to the released today East Bay congressman and presidential candidate. Eric swallow is calling on Torney general William bar to resign. Other bay area. Reps were not impressed with bars press conference, San Jose congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, he acts as if he's the president's lawyer. He's not the president or he's the attorney general and his behavior really is a pretty dramatic departure from the standards Senator Dianne Feinstein wants special counsel, Robert Muller to testify before congress and Silicon Valley. Congressman Roque Khanna says he knows exactly what he'd asked Miller we need to have Muller come to congress. And we need to ask him. What needs to be done to prevent this from ever happening again, contra Costa county, congressman Marcus on. Ya says. Report is further proof that the Russians weaponized social media to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election. American voters need to know, how active a foreign government forget that is definitely the democracy. How active they were in trying to sway out of election design, dishonor and other politicians say they'll be able to use the facts of the investigation best if they take him a thoughtful approach to sifting through the entire report..

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00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Roundup trial: High-stakes trial over cancer claim begins

"A federal trial involving the popular weed killer roundup is set to begin today in San Francisco, kqei acuity is Raquel Maria. Dylan reports more than nine thousand people have sued. Bayer claiming roundup causes non-hodgkin's lymphoma, Edwin Harman's case was picked as a test trial in federal court for years. The sonoma's residents braid round up around his property to control poison oak. He was diagnosed with cancer in two thousand fifteen the EPA says, the primary chemical and roundup glyphosate is not carcinogenic to humans, but researchers with the World Health Organization say it probably is. Bayer says the herbicides has been an essential tool for farmers for the past forty years. It bought Monsanto for sixty three billion dollars last year, but Bayer's stock price plunged after a San Francisco state court awarded. Two hundred eighty nine million dollars to a school groundskeeper from Venetia in August damages were later reduced to seventy

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KQED Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Survivors, coping and fire ravaged California New orders from President Trump for US troops on the border raise legal questions chief Justice, John. John Roberts rebukes, the president's criticisms of the judiciary. The Mississippi Senate race becomes more competitive after controversial comments and much more. It is a very difficult. Thanksgiving holiday in California for tens of thousands of residents there while the fire in the southern part of the state is said to be contained. There is fear that rain could lead to mudslides in the coming days. Meanwhile, in the northern part of the state, the campfire is still not fully out, and it has left a burn scar. So to speak that is larger than the city of San Jose, many people are still stuck with temporary shelters and few housing options. Raquel Maria Dylan of public media, K Q E D has been reporting from the area around Chico, and I spoke with her by phone just a short time ago. Started by asking what she's witnessed? There's just so many of them. I think the folks who are worse off in our second WalMart parking lot in RV's or in an empty field and ten and when I left there earlier today as the rain was just beginning to come down for real. And it's a low lying, and there's a lot of concern in the community forgetting those folks out of there or just helping them get through the bad weather. People are putting wooden pallets underneath the tents and getting harps out. I got the sense. Some of those folks were really living on the edge when they were back home in paradise one guy told me straight up he was homeless. Another gentleman was telling me about his, asthma and medical conditions, and you really shouldn't be sleeping out in a tense. But I I will say the vast majority of the evacuees or crashing with friends or family on couches in people's RV's parked in driveways, and and other options like that. But people families are split up. And it's a very stressful time in those situations will not last forever. Well, who was in charge of providing facilities for these people who don't have a home or a place to go anymore. I mean is there a visible organized presence doing the organizing? Yes, FEMA has opened up an old stuttered fears department.

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"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"raquel maria dylan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is still fighting them santa cruz county's agricultural commissioner is issuing the agency's largest fine ever in connection with a pesticide drift that sickened more than a dozen farm workers last year k cuties ted goldberg reports the incident was tied to some of the nation's largest produce companies on june two thousand seventeen a group of raspberry pickers working your highway one fifty two in watsonville got sick some of them were vomiting after pesticide drifted onto the field where they were working at commissioner one dog is blaming the firm los amigos harvesting which sprayed insecticides and fungicides in the area and is now facing a fifty six thousand dollar fine in connection with several violations what trump did my my office to issues that high level of fine was the actions that the pesticide applicator to where really negligent he'll dog who says the company used the wrong equipment and didn't take into account that workers were so close to the chemicals in a statement los amigos disputes the commissioner's findings says it follows all pesticide laws and plans to appeal the fine the farm where the pesticide was supplied is owned by a company which does work for driscoll's a spokeswoman for the berry distributor says it's enhancing training to its independent growers to reinforce its strict safety standards to other companies tied to the case or affiliated with dole food which did not respond to a request for comment the case was one of several pesticide incidents seeking one hundred and fifty farm workers in central california last year advocates had hoped those illnesses would prompt the legislature to increase fines for violating california's pesticide laws but a bill to do just that failed in the assembly earlier this year i'm ted gobert kick ud news multiple san francisco agencies are investigating an officer involved shooting in north beach last weekend as kikuchi is raquel maria dylan reports a man fleeing police was shot in the back a warning this report does contain sounds of gunshots the shooting happened just past midnight last saturday after the golden state warriors won their final championship game an.

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