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"rebecca corral" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A major study funded by the U. K government out today, shows Cove in 19 antibodies waning overtime, suggesting community might wear off and widespread long term herd immunity will be difficult to achieve. The research is not yet peer reviewed form or Hey. CBS anchor Rebecca Corral spoke with Dr Amesh Angela, senior scholar at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. So we have seen a few studies suggesting it is it's starting Tio convince you Well, we've always known from the From the very beginning that antibody don't last forever and that our measurement tools Have unlimited detection. So this isn't anything surprising. There are four other Corona viruses that cause 25% of our common cold and we know that people can get reinfected after a period of several months. It's also important. Remember that antibodies aren't the whole story when it comes to me, and we also have t sell T cells that form in response to the infection that also have some protective effect. So to me, this isn't this doesn't change anything that we knew this was Sort of received wisdom, at least in the field based on what we know about other Corona virus, But it really does throw the idea of herd immunity out the window, does it not? Well, I don't think herd immunity ever had anything going for it to begin with. So it wasn't this wasn't And anything that we should have been considering seriously without in the absence of a vaccine, But what it does tell you? Yes, the After time. You can't get re infected. Now the question is, you know, we infections. We've only had a handful of reinfection documented right now, with tens of millions of cases around the world, so it doesn't seem to be very common, at least in the first several months, But the question to me is When you do get reinfected. If you get reinfected, maybe a year out. Is that reinfection going to be clinically silent? Is it going to be very mild, and that's what we see with other Corona virus. We just haven't had the time yet to elapse to be able to study that in more detail, But I do think it just tells you that, you know, we have to control this virus through through a vaccine and that immunity is going to be something that's more complicated than Simple study there going to be able to show you and I think we don't have all the answers. Might this be vaccine like the flu vaccine where it has to change each year? No, there's no evidence that we have to change the vaccine every year. The flu viruses in a totally different viral family. And because of its genetic characteristics, it mutates every year. We don't have that same problem with Corona viruses just based on the genetic structure of the virus, and we do have successful Corona virus vaccines for poultry and for cows that haven't really had to be updated like that. So I think it's important that we track the virus. He doesn't need to be. So there's a vaccine formula needs to be changed because of mutations. But I don't think that that's a real issue. We may need more doses, not because the virus mutates because immunity might wear off after the vaccine, so we might need boosters, which air Very different than what we do with influenza again. That was Dr Amish adults. Zha, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department made a dramatic rescue this morning after a man fell off a cliff and into the Pacific Ocean of Fort Ross. The man was in the water for about 30 minutes, roughly 50 yards from the shore, where he appeared to get tangled in a fishing line. Sonoma County Sheriff officials tell KCBS that they first tried to reach him from the shore, and when that didn't work, they used a helicopter to lower a rescue paramedic to pull him to safety. The man was taken to a nearby hospital. No word on his condition. You can see a video of the rescue on our website KCBS radio dot com T Mobile has been building America's largest five g network for this epic five g moment, introducing.
Newsom orders California to shut down indoor activities, all bar operations
"And for Rebecca Corral with covert 19. Running rampant in California Governor Newsome is dialing back statewide, shutting down sectors of the economy that had been allowed to reopen. Hey, CBS Political reporter dug. Sovereign is joining us live and says that includes all bars, all indoor dining in many counties. The closures extend far beyond that, and I was watching a tweet this out as the governor was making the announcement, Doug and it feels like we're going back to the starting line. Almost Boy, it sure does Dan and it's pretty frustrating to a lot of people. I mean the corona viruses unchecked in the Golden State, the hospitalization and I see you numbers continue to move in the wrong direction. The positivity rate is approaching 8%. And Governor Gavin Newsom said today it is time to pull back and no longer just on a county by county basis. We are announcing additional statewide actions as it relates to our state home order here in the state of California. We are now effectively rather effective today required all counties to close their indoor act activities there indoor operations in every county, not just the 31 or so now on the state watch list. All bars must close gnome or indoor dining, movie theaters, family entertainment centers or winery tasting rooms and in those counties where the things are worst, covering more than 80% of California's people. There are further shutdowns, houses of worship, Hera nail salons, gyms and fitness centers. Malls. Non essential offices must all closed down again in the Bay Area. That list includes Alameda Contra Acosta Marin. Napa, Santa Clara Solano in Sonoma County. So in other words everywhere in the Bay Area except San Francisco and San Mateo counties, I pressed the Governor Dan about the confusion regarding restaurants in Alameda County over the last few days, and the general level of frustration among so many people about what's open and what isn't what's safe and what isn't. He acknowledged His responsibility is leader of the state. But he said too many people are just not acting with common sense. We all need to wear masks and keep a safe distance went outside reporting live Doug Sovereign, KCBS dog real quick. Also, did he mention anything about schools because classes were supposed to start in about a month. Is he going to step in on that? Or is he going to leave that to local communities? Well again a little bit of confusion there because it's some of both. He was asked a couple of times about the schools and again, as you said. No different districts are handling it differently. Some are shutting down completely doing everything remotely. Others are doing hybrids. He suggested that there's further guidance coming from the state, although he leaves it to local districts to make decisions. He congratulated Los Angeles, for example, on deciding tohave all remote schools. This fall, he said. There's some more guidance coming in the next few days from from the state regarding mask wearing at school's school buses, sports certain safety measures that will have to be taken if schools do want to reopen in person in part, or even more than in part in some district. So while he's still saying it's it's a district by district decision, the state is going to put some new mandates in place, so that's districts that do allow in person education this fall. We're going to have some stricter rules to follow. All right. Thanks very much. KCBS is Doug sovereign. You can follow him on Twitter to today with the latest at sovereign nation. Meanwhile, in
US unemployment rises another 3m, bringing total to 33m since pandemic began
"New unemployment numbers will be released at five thirty this morning and estimates are that the jobless rate will be from fifteen to twenty percent the worst since the end of World War two seventy five years ago many of the newly laid off are older adults KCBS is Rebecca corral reports the shutdowns and layoffs have taken a heavy toll on people over the age of fifty it's a double hit for people over fifty who make up one third of the nation's work force like everyone else they're looking for new jobs but they also need to be cautious about the kind of work they accept given their increased health risks they do need to take care of themselves and that's really important their long term health is critically critically important Emily Allen senior vice president of programs at the A. R. P. foundation says many older adults haven't had to look for a job for some time and they faced a daunting job market competing with younger and sometimes more technically proficient workers actually takes older workers twice as long as their younger counterparts to reenter the workforce there sometimes a mismatch of skills they've been in one industry or one job for a while and so they need to begin to think about what are the jobs in demand in their communities and how do they match their skills to those jobs she says she hopes employers think about the importance of maintaining a multi generational workforce as they begin to rebuild their
"rebecca corral" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Must go on they never ran into the cove in nineteen pandemic KCBS is Rebecca corral with details of the San Francisco opera's decision to cancel the summer season even after shelter in place orders were issued the San Francisco Opera continued rehearsing coaching moving forward as if the show really would go on general manager Michael shows access even though they've been able to do so much while keeping their distance putting on an opera is a complex process making costumes building the scenery preparing the music flying people in from all over the world there was just no choice but to cancel the twenty twenty summer season the San Francisco Opera hopes to provide beauty comfort and joy with the program they've launched called opera is on which you can access on their website Rebecca chorale KCBS here some live music that will happen today as it has been each of the last several Wednesdays this city of Berkley and the so called Berkeley music circus people will step out of their houses at noon today with their instruments and their song sheets and today they'll play and sing parts of bill withers great lean on me the singer songwriter course passed away just last month other musicians and singers invited and encouraged to participate you can go to the Berkeley Daily Planet website to look for all the details on this let's see in past weeks it don't take me out to the ballgame that was the day before baseball's opening day didn't happen and since then they've done don't worry be happy the Bobby McFerrin song all together now this week is lean on me next week another great uplifting song Bob Marley's three little birds celebration will be coming up on April twenty ninth two weeks from now originally an idea from Dan Plancy during the Berkeley arts festival many years ago and now they're doing it every Wednesday at noon again all you have to do is turn up whatever instrument you have you can figure out what key it's going to be an online and join the band a model train store in the East Bay trying to stay open by appointment only KCBS is Kerry who to check talk to the owner just trains in Concord Jennison who owns just trains in Concord says his doors remain open for customers who want to buy a model train cars or need help repairing old ones in here trying to help people as best we can for a store that involves so much touching he's had to implement strict social distancing roles to keep people safe hello this hobby is people coming in and looking and touching and figuring out how it's going to work in their projects in visualizing and it's hard to do from an online picture the biggest challenge has been booking enough appointments to remain in business it's been tough our sales are off about eighty percent at a time of uncertainty he says the hobby itself is what's keeping his customers minds at ease many who are cooked up in the house judicial during place orders we've heard that from a lot of our customers would just thanked us for being here they would be going a little insane if they were just sitting at home doing nothing gives you a focus of something other than watching the TV in Concord can.
Supreme Court for first time to hold arguments via teleconference next month
"The U. S. Supreme Court will hear cases by phone over the next several weeks KCBS is Rebecca corral has more on that it's never happened before the justices agreed to hear oral arguments on ten cases over the phone in may you see Hastings college of the law professor Rory little says don't expect to see the court make a habit of this I think they're only going to do this for as long as they think they have to they much prefer oral argument in person they much prefer oral argument when they can see the advocates and advocates can see them the court announcement made it clear this is happening because of the need for everyone to stay home and away from each other professor little says well this won't change the way cases are presented all the questions the justices asked it will alter the process normally you can see the justices faces and that's going to be much more difficult not be able to see the facial expressions so much human communication it's not just in the words but the perception of the person but the speaker and the listener and so this will change that the cases to be argued via teleconference include president trump's financial records religious freedom and the a electoral college
Study: Home Cleaning Products May Cause Breathing Problems in Children
"More research is out linking the use of household cleaning products to respiratory health problems in children KCBS is Rebecca corral connects the dots most of the studies linking asthma to the use of cleaning products come from research on adults this study published in the Canadian medical association journal finds that babies living in homes were store bought cleaning products are used frequently are more likely to develop asthma by the time they turn three the bad actors are cleaning products that have fragrances those are definitely not healthy for kids talk to Jim to Carl epidemiologist at Simon Fraser university in British Columbia a co author of the study says it seems the chemicals in many cleaning products damage the cells that line the respiratory tract and for reasons they don't yet understand the impact is worse on baby girls and baby boys and so called safer eco cleaners are not necessarily any better I'm sorry to say that many so called eco for natural products you have balls organic compounds chemicals that can precipitate asthma it's a mom or dad to do what they want to keep the house clean soap and water then occur in water soda and water and maybe a little extra elbow grease is a good way to keep your house clean
California will pay millions to settle suit claiming it violated children’s rights by not teaching them to read
"A group of students and teachers have won a lawsuit against the state for failing to do a good enough job teaching kids to read California's lowest performing schools will get fifty three million dollars to pay for resources to do better UCLA education professor Pedro no Garrow says this lawsuit could go a long way toward woods making reading a fundamental right K. C. B. S. news anchor Rebecca corral spoke with them earlier today what it pourtant music knowledge is the problem that's significant in itself because I think the two are we pretended that we have a level playing field for kids but we don't describe that a little bit so people can understand just what happens especially at the schools for lower income children we concentrated neediest kids and by that I mean kids the poorest kids kids are homeless kids in foster care in under resource schools often with under prepared staff and that combination has produced the wheel unequal outcomes of so called jeep a gap that we say we want to address well if you can't even guarantee a child's right to literacy either the ability to read and write so they can participate in the work force in our democracy then we have basically disable these kids in in some pretty fundamental ways and that's been happening but this settlement allows us to begin to address it but I should say though that even a fifty million dollar public over money between seventy five schools over three years it really isn't that much but the president those establishes I think it's very important we need to be careful too because we're not talking about teachers who have done a lousy job teaching adults to read often can you go into that format Shakib futures for the conditions they're working under teachers have been I think over burdened by are trying to address some of these challenges and not given the support and what's more it's very often they're they're in experience because a lot of our most experienced teachers are in the schools is that really the fact that as a state we haven't acknowledged the huge challenges despite the data there's been letting us know you know these districts that are serving very poor kids even when the state pick them over like the sticker were able with for several years now it's done very little to help in the woods and Inglewood is one of those districts that's going to benefit from this settlement why is it that the the these districts haven't been able to educate poor kids I mean why is it not happening in Q. wealthy schools well it's a combination again of the external factors that we associate with poverty and we're not just talking about low income we talk about trauma would talk about instability we know that poor kids for example it would lack stable housing are moving frequently so there are even in the same school we know that a lot of time to come they don't have the same level of support at home because their parents don't have a lot of education so that we put him into schools that don't have adequate resources but don't have highly trained teachers and then we see the results a one of the things is McCall for sorry literacy coaches who can work directly with teachers to provide them with support on how to meet the needs of kids again after step in the right direction but it's not going to be a game changer but that was UCLA education professor Pedro
"rebecca corral" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In for Rebecca corral today I'm Kim foster case CBS news time one thirty one CBS news updates North Korea has said it's Christmas gift to the US will depend on Washington's actions in response to Pyongyang's demand for new concessions in talks over Kim Jong moons nuclear arsenal president trump today assessed that thread in a meeting with reporters at is Florida resort the president said that if there is a Christmas surprise from Kim Jong moon he said we'll deal with it and we'll deal with it very successfully he also joked that maybe it's going to be a beautiful vase Korea expert Gordon Chang says these are not idle threats from North Korea they're what song fifteen missile go all the way to Key West they've undoubtedly improve that and so we have to just assume that whatever test of a long range missile they have will actually increase their capabilities of targeting the US China today held a meeting with representatives of Japan and South Korea seeking unity on how to deal with Kim Jong on CBS news updates I'm Gerry nam K. CBS news time one thirty two S. R. news watch continues sponsored by DG DG dot com searching for a new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com the homeless in downtown San Jose got a lot more food that might let more then food today other okay CBS is making our Michael can says there is certainly a shortage of that there are at least a half a dozen food trucks here at St James park each shop will be serving about a hundred to a hundred and fifty hot meals ranging from chicken rice bowls to burritos.
Vaping Bans Raise Fear of Return to Smoking
"Good vaping link to lung diseases or a crackdown unflavored vaping products trigger a resurgence in cigarette smoking KCBS is Rebecca corral reports she finds what a lobbying group is saying about that the lobbying group for more than one thousand vape related businesses the vapor technology association says banning flavored vape products could cost former smokers to revert to cigarette or is very little evidence that that actually happening whereas stores very real evidence that kids are becoming addicted
North America Has Lost 3 Billion Birds, Scientists Say
"A new study finds that three billion birds more than a quarter of the population have vanished from North America over the last half century KCBS is Rebecca corral reports it was scientist Rachel Carson who coined the phrase silent spring the title of her groundbreaking nineteen sixty two book about the careless use of pesticides a few birds seen anywhere were more of them they trembled violently and couldn't fly more than five decades later the American bird Conservancy says we haven't learned our lesson and pesticide use can be blamed in large part for the huge drop in the bird population we could and just a couple of generations more or less destroy this planet study co author Mike bars president of the American bird Conservancy human beings that we operate on political cycles of four years so what we having for breakfast tomorrow but make it doesn't work on the cycles of books and very long term cycles and fifty years we've lost nearly thirty percent of the but just because they're not all eagles or falcons the kinds of birds that people raise money to save these ordinary sparrows Robbins doves and rents are crucial to our ecosystem they pollinate flowers regenerate forests and control past we need to be responsible not just for what's happening now but what's going to happen for our children and our children's children to the
"rebecca corral" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Together on the H. and all those one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time now is two twenty Google is banning all ads from on proven medical treatments okay CBS's Rebecca corral tells us the search giant is taking this action after many people have been ripped off by medical scans and some were left with devastating injuries untested deceptive treatments that can in danger consumers after Google says it's getting rid of by refusing to take ads for unproven or experimental medical techniques that are all over the internet last year several people went blind getting stem cell treatments drive from fat they were injected into their I got to deep taxis last of a president of the international society for stem cell research says he's relieved Google will no longer carry these ads especially from so called stem cell clinics which claim to offer approved experimental treatments that'll cure Alzheimer's macular degeneration ALS multiple sclerosis among other diseases or valuable when modern medicine has no alternative therapies and they're suffering from deadly diseases. where the alternative is a very bad outcome Google says it will continue to accept ads for clinical trials which been cleared by the FDA after she lost of us as the website for the international society for stem cell research provides education for patients trying to figure out which treatments are phony and which are legit that's I S. S. C. R. dot org Rebecca chorale KCBS Labor Day weekend knocked the end of the side show patrols in Oakland with warm weather extending in the fall extra squads will continue as long as people come in from out of town to spin donuts and cause mayhem KCBS reporter Holly Quan went twelve hundred feet up in the police helicopter to see how they tracked reckless drivers.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg treated for pancreatic tumor
"Well she may be down a little but she's certainly not our justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has managed to keep it active schedule despite being treated for pancreatic cancer KCBS is Rebecca corral brings us reaction to today's announcement by the court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg worked through her previous counter treatments for colon cancer nineteen ninety nine pancreatic cancer in two thousand nine early stage lung cancer in twenty eighteen of coronary angioplasty and three fractured ribs so what might have been devastating news this instead more of a physical set back obviously disturbing knows and nobody lives forever even immortal justice Ginsburg but she certainly has as much strength and courage is anybody that we've ever seen on the Supreme Court Hastings college of law professor Rory little who once clerked on the court test for progressives news of justice Ginsburg's fourth round of cancer comes at an especially nerve wracking Tommy are very sensitive moment right now with regard to spring court as well as many other things if she were to leave the court there would be a dramatic transformation in the membership of the court justice Ginsburg doctors say there's no evidence of cancer has spread beyond her pancreas and they successfully treated her tumors even while she carried on while she was undergoing that treatment she also attended some Broadway plays she accidentally ran at the Cape McKenna new place on Saturday Night Live they shook and Rebecca chorale
"rebecca corral" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For more KCBS is Rebecca corral spoke with Natalie Eddington dean of the university of Maryland school of pharmacy what is the motivation to offer these courses well good afternoon Rebekah and thank you for allowing us to talk about our program I think the the major issue for us is that there are a number of states around the country that are legalizing medical cannabis and so we work in supporting the work force and that's what our educational programs are responding to so as it relates to medical cannabis we wanted to respond to the need and demand for medical medical cannabis an understanding of it as it relates to the science of the plant the therapeutic effects as well as the policy in state and federal laws and those are the major areas that this new master's program in compass this is why be done at the school of pharmacy instead of hospitality or something like that well I think because we have expertise in medications that are fundamental role that we've had for more than hundreds of years but more importantly we want to make sure that this work force has an understanding of medical cannabis as it relates to the plant how it's being used what has been a very significant I think driver of this is the national academies of science and twenty seventeen put out a report that really identified those disease states or indications were medical cannabis was very helpful I think that provides to substantive information that is critical for for our students potential students in the work force to have a better and understanding and so that has been one of the drivers in addition to this significant growth of of this industry across the country over the past five years address the legal gray area that marijuana occupy since its still illegal on a federal level yes so of course that is a significantly important issue just to let you know about our program is our program does not include anything regarding touching the plant having the plant as part of the curriculum in the development of this program we worked with the attorney general's state of Maryland to ensure that the courses and the content of those courses did not were appropriate and we got there okay on going forward that was a critical issue for us to move this forward throughout the review process and the approval process now is Natalie Eddington dean of the university of Maryland school of pharmacy I'm Stephen Greenburg talking about your next job with the lan your next job or not might depend on your body language during job interviews it goes far beyond giving a firm handshake and sitting up straight here's what experts say you can do to subtly send the right signals research suggests that we meet someone new we decide if that person is trustworthy within one tenth of one second and the easiest most effective signal to send when you meet someone is the smile when you smile you tell others that your genuine trustworthy and competent but avoid the tight lipped smiles that sends a message that you're hiding something so relax and smile when you walk into a job interview you send the wrong message if you touch a rub your neck it's a signal that something disturbs threatens or confuses us but tilting one's head shows your friendly and willing to listen chin up is a good power pose because it implies you're confident avoid a touch and with it says the opposite that you lack confidence and leaned forward rather than standing or sitting stiffly upright it's more engaging and should help you land your next job your next job I Steven Greenberg there's nothing only about the money to be.
Study finds binge drinking among older Americans on the rise
"One will researchers are warning about something we tend to only worry about in younger people but now the concern is for senior citizens binge drinking as we hear from KCBS is Rebecca corral binge drinking it's not just for girls or boys gone wild no American who's older should be drinking more than three drinks a day CBS news medical contributor Dr tower to rule us as a new study published in the journal of the American geriatrics society shows that while millennials are drinking a bit less folks over sixty five are drinking more in fact what intend seniors admit to binge drinking that's for drinks at a time for women five for men the alcohol has a very strong effect on people who are older they're more vulnerable to the health problems than even a younger population with older folks more likely to suffer from at least one chronic disease heavy drinking is more likely to put them in the hospital if you have some sort of chronic disease are on a prescription med you should speak to your doctor and they may recommend something even lower and lower restricting is really less than two drinks a day for a man or one drink a day for women to study found that seventy percent of older people in the hospital are there for alcohol related problems such as high blood pressure heart disease and diabetes which are all made worse by
In 2020 Democratic Fund-Raising, Five Candidates Stand Out
"KCBS is Rebecca corral with an update on candidate finances new financial disclosures show more money went out then came into the campaigns of nearly half the democratic candidates in the second quarter of the year that even more than the polling numbers has created to tears among the candidates David ciders is national political correspondent for politico now it seems like you have a top five would solidify and then the rest name the top five force would be California senator Kamel harassment people to judge Maricel and Joe Biden the former vice president Bernie Sanders senator from Vermont and Elizabeth Warren senator from Massachusetts so what about Cory Booker and battle Rorschach early stars in the race the biggest surprise this is somebody who came in who everybody expected would be a big force in the presidential primary largely because he could raise so much money every CD million dollars during his Senate race last year in Texas and then posted a little bit more than six million dollars on the first day of his campaign in the second quarter dropped down to under four million as one former democratic fund raiser told him money is a measure of viability when the dollar's plummet good luck turning things around Rebecca chorale
Border Patrol agent discusses conditions inside detention centers
"Reports of the mistreatment and abuse of migrant adults and children locked up in detention centers of the border come as no surprise to a former border patrol agent she told KCBS is Rebecca corral it's disingenuous of agency leaders to say they're shocked was former border patrol senior agent Jen bud shocked to see the hateful violent de humanization of women and migrants in the writings on the now infamous border agents Facebook page that doesn't surprise me at all in fact it is much worse on the inside says female agents were sexually harassed at the campus center where she worked until two thousand one agents found nasty notes and used condoms in their work mailboxes and porn all over the office and they were threatened with being fired if they spoke out Chrissy is always been a big part of the border patrol there's always been a very strong Green Line between the agency and citizens and letting things out it's a very corrupt agency in more than other agencies and says she worked with plenty of blatantly racist agents and is shocked to see how poorly migrants are being treated in detention she hopes for change but is pessimistic the border patrol they lock arms and they just don't budge so I'm not sure
Rebecca Corral, Nottingham Trent University And American Eagle discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"Is Rebecca corral tells us urban outfitters centering. What's become a billion dollar business outfitters, new service will be called newly joining a market, that includes rent, the runway tote, haberdasher and retailers, such as m Taylor express American Eagle which using third party company to rent out their clothing an opportunity to be Melissa staying above achieving Killa fit this model and fashion. Nottingham Trent university researcher, Dr I only Braithwaite. Says these companies charged by the month some allow several outfit changes per cycle, others, unlimited and the cost start around fifty dollars a month. Sort of special IMO expensive items that people have been renting, but now with saying a lot more the mid price Brian stay guesses, kind of fit up an outfit as well. Who is the typical clothing renter? Everyone from the clothes horse wants to wear new stuff every week to people who wanna try new style, but aren't ready to spend hundreds of cheating that new look and the industry hopes ordinary people all of us clothing rental is projected to pass two point five billion dollars in the next few years,
Rebecca Corral, Nolan Gasser And Pandora discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Would you ever wonder how streaming services know, what kind of music you like KCBS Rebecca corral has a look at the science behind honing in on our musical tastes. The people behind Pandora's music genome project say it's the most comprehensive analysis of music ever undertaken, it's fisted complicated. But at its core it asks the simple question drives us to like that we do and to not like music that we don't lie Nolan Gasser architect of Dora's music genome project has made his life work tackling this massive question. Why one person would love the Beatles and the other. But
"rebecca corral" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In for Rebecca corral, Margie Schaefer. Here's what's happening. Governor Gavin Newsom is spending the second day of his trip to El Salvador speaking with migrants in hopes to better understand why people leave their country for the United States KCBS political. Reporter duct sovereign is traveling with him and has this report among the places. The governor is visiting is a center in San Salvador that processes migrants when they returned to this country so deported by the Americans if they get stopped along the way on a caravan through Mexico. They are brought here where they're interviewed and reunited with their families back to wherever they're from in L Salvador, I came here, a head of the governor and met with some of those people and their stories are incredibly powerful as they talk about fleeing the threat of gang violence about trying to find a way to have a better life and make more money about being extorted by gang. And just wanting to get out and get to America. These people did not make it. They were sent back, and we'll bring you more on their stories in the days ahead. But the governor is meeting with some of these same people to hear firsthand, what drives people to flee El Salvador and try to come to the United States, and that is KCBS political reporter, Doug sovereign who's the only radio reporter tagging along with the governor on his trip to El Salvador, a California real estate developer and his wife will cooperate with an investigation into a wide ranging college admissions bribery scandal. Authorities say that Bruce and davina Isaacson of Hillsborough have agreed to plead guilty to participating in the scam and are cooperating with the investigation for a chance at a lighter sentence. The couple was accused of paying it admissions consultant to get their two daughters into to California schools for sports. They did not play. Authorities say they hope to pay they also hope to boost one of the girls entrance exam scores. The is is said in an e. Emailed statement that they are profoundly sorry. And that they take full responsibility for their bad judgment. They say they would have worked with investigators, and they will continue to do. So Daly city man has been seriously hurt the smarting. He was mauled by a dog and his own backyard. KCBS Melissa call Ross reports live from Daly city that responding police officers shot and killed the dog, Melissa. Mark. It was about seven o'clock this morning when it was getting ready for work and heard yelling and pretty much thought. Well, let's just yelling in my mom, actually ran in the house. In a panic telling me, our neighbor our neighbor this woman who didn't want to give her name says she went outside and saw her neighbor Gilgal long a medical assistant in his early thirties being attacked by a large dog in his backyard on Sherwin street. She saw blood running down Galong arms and called nine one one while on the phone with emergency dispatch. She heard gunshots which were the sounds of police shooting and killing the dog. She then went back outside to check on along. He had down on the ground on a tarp..
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"KCBS has Rebecca corral brings us. Details of a Harvard study nearly half the doctors pulled by Harvard. Researchers report feeling burned out at least some of the time. You're stealing burnt out. If they're feeling ineffective emotionally exhausted disconnected from their work. They're not going to be as good study, author Dr as she is dean of global strategy at Harvard School of public health. Not going to be sympathetic. They're not gonna. Yes. Engaged with taking care of you. So it has I think real implications for patient among the issues leading to doctor burnout, an explosion of paperwork and regulations are spending more and more time every day filling out quality measurement data forms and all sorts of stuff stuff that they really weren't trained for. And they don't think he's benefiting patient. He says doctors also feel a loss of autonomy something fundamentally important to the idea that you have your doctor he or she cares about you and your wellbeing both patients and doctors feeling like that loss, and that's a big loss for our country further compounding, the problem, they're still so much stigma around Dr seeking care for mental health issues, Rebecca chorale KCBS, a former top Sacramento Kings, executive pleads guilty to siphoning thirteen and a half million dollars from the team to buy properties on the beach in southern California. Jeffrey, David faces a maximum of ten years in prison when he's sentenced April fifteenth. Prosecutors say. The scheme was uncovered soon after David left kings in June and accepted a similar job with the Miami, Heat the campfire decimated paradise and left behind mountains of rubble that have yet to be sorted and processed the nearby town of Oroville wants no part of it. Jim Thornton reports from radio dot com KNX in Los Angeles. Those people include Oroville city council member, Linda Draper, Eric concerns on many levels. But the main one is that it's a Superfund cleanup site and has been for decades. She's against the proposal from the US army corps of engineers to bring the debris to the copper Superfund site. We're talking about toxic substances blowing off the debris that they're bringing all the way down the highway for twenty six miles and dioxin in PCP's several Stevens soil, I suggested is to find a suitable location for sorting closer to paradise. But officials say all that debris would slow down. What is hoped to be a swift reconstruction effort, Jim? Thornton in Los Angeles. And with the first reliable string of sunny days, we've seen in a while public works crews can start fixing some of the potholes in St. problems created by the rains KCBS is Holly Kwon tells us why local cities are in better shape now than in years past to make those fixes San Francisco has eight hundred fifty miles of streets to maintain and in a storm. It's not easy. Rachel, Gordon speaks for the San Francisco department of public works. The let's just look at last week and over the weekend. Or we have big downpour in San Francisco. We had more than eight hundred thirty pothole repairs over the past week on a normal dry week. We get about one hundred eighty pothole repair requests. So that's a really big jump again. It's not unusual in San Francisco or anywhere else. Rain and snow and ice or really the enemies of pavement. But the good news is thanks to the voter approved twelve cents a gallon gas tax the bay area should be getting another two hundred eighteen million dollars a year from the state to make those. Fixes potholes can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in tires, rims and alignment, which is why John Goodwin from the metropolitan transportation commission says we need that reliable source of roadway, repair funds, cities and counties still have enormous backlog of deferred maintenance on local streets and roads, and it is going to take a long time to whittle those backlogs down in San Francisco. Holy Kwan KCBS..
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"Follow suit. Our? We know that if J P Morgan Chase makes this team. Domino affect cocker. They're they're hoping chase ten promote health without polluting. The air we breathe and the water we drink in San Francisco. Carrie hodousek. KCBS an investigation by medical news service discovered. An alarming number of medications sold in pharmacies. Are tainted KCBS has Rebecca corral says they're tainted with dangerous bacteria, mold glass metal bits even cancer causing chemicals. You'd expect that bottle of pills in your medicine cabinet to actually contain tablets of the antibiotic or blood pressure. Medication your doctor prescribed rather than bacteria that no one knew was there. No disability passed its inspection in March of two thousand sixteen it had had bacteria in its water system and was making drugs contaminated with that bacteria starting in two thousand fifteen Kaiser health news correspondent Sydney Lufkin says their investigation blamed among other things sloppy quality control at some manufacturing plants. A problem made worse by plant managers who mislead FDA inspectors are blocked them at the front door. And did you know that there's no way to find out where drugs by popular pharmaceutical companies are actually manufactured where each drug manufactured, regardless of which brand name drug maker makes it is actually a trade secret eight thousand drug products have been recalled since the beginning of two thousand thirteen Rebecca chorale KCBS coming up on KCBS. I'm John lane at San.
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"Jeffrey Schaub KCBS in Washington DC, the new congress is getting to work, and that's increasing the possibility the President Trump could be impeach KCBS's. Rebecca corral spoke to a historian who has successfully predicted the. Salt of every presidential election for the past thirty years early in the last presidential campaign political historian and American University, professor Allan Lichtman was one of the first to predict Donald Trump would become president in September of two thousand sixteen when I predicted Trump's victory. I also said he was going to be impeached, then professor Lichtman listed potential grounds. For impeachment more than two years later the case for impeachment strong this evening. I talked about has come to pass just based on what is publicly known. Donald Trump is in effect an unindicted co conspirator in too serious felonies for violating the campaign finance laws technical violations, rather as Lichtman explains violations involving undermining the democratic process and cheating. The American people exactly the kinds of corruption that the framers had in mind when they put in the impeachment clause, forget New York state itself. Donald Trump has absolutely no control. I think they're going to be some devastating findings about financial corruption and conspiracy with the Russia his part, President Trump last Friday tweeted, quote, you can't impeach somebody. That's doing a great job, Rebecca chorale KCBS. The following is made possible.
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"Time twelve twenty good afternoon. I'm Kim foster informed Rebecca corral today as Jerry Brown prepares to step aside for the last time as governor of the state he leaves behind one especially enduring legacy for the past eight years. The governor has granted nearly twelve. Five hundred pardons and commuted one hundred and fifty two sentences far more than any other in modern California history for the story behind the governor's history of forgiveness. We turn live to the KCBS ringcentral news line with chronicle courts reporter, Bob Yoko. Thanks so much for joining us this afternoon. So what type of offensive has the governor typically pardoned the governor has most often part, which means, you know, racing the criminal conviction of long ago convictions for relatively nonviolent offenses and drug offenses in pardons mean, not only do you get a clean from the books. But in some cases, you can see licenses real estate licenses. Maybe law licenses were not granted to people with felonies on their records. If you're -cribe didn't involve a dangerous weapon, you can seek don't a firearm and for non citizen legal residents. You can maybe eliminate the grounds for your deportation. Those are the pardons to commutations which reduces sentences up many of them in any event have been four prisoners who were not eligible for parole. We got some more of those today, basically making the Milledgeville for for leaving discretion in the. Hands of the parole board. The governor says he he wants people to be able to go before the parole board and the parole board decide if they're dangerous or not. Jerry Brown wants trained to be a Jesuit priests. Do you think that background has influenced his decisions? Well, it seems like if we had a conversation the other day, and the the the governor said do an essence. I don't believe that people are. Should be judged by the worst thing I've ever done they can change. And you're you're you're more than than than than what you've done. Maybe you know, maybe you can be forgiven. They also thinks that the governor has had some second thoughts about laws 'cause he side what he was first governor is nineteen seventies and early eighties fixed terms for most crimes took them out of the discretion of the parole Waterman. And as he recently observed, basically eliminated, both hope and sort of incentive to do better. If you're a person on me to get out on day expert, or what you do. Why bother but if you've got a chance to maybe persuade the parole board that you're rehabilitated in fit to go free in society that gives you an incentive for people that I've talked to on the outside. Apparently the governors. Increasing grant or parole of pardons, and particularly commutations has created incentives to take part in programs, and maybe a change people's lives in prison and added perhaps a bit of hope to a pretty dreary place. After all we've had a huge increase in the prison population since Abramowicz, I in office twenty five thousand up over seventy thousand dollars down to a little below one hundred thirty thousand but it's still quite a quite a sizable increase it. I think the the governor sees himself as someone responsible. And he did that today too as well. Right. Yes. Indeed. What we will see a final group of. Clemency actions pardons and commutations on Christmas Eve haven't seen what they are you having one point I should make that there's something like seven hundred thirty nine people on death row governor Brown despite being urged to do. So by a half a dozen governors in in other states have taken similar actions has yet to recommend commutation, I guess reducing desperate to life for any of the inmates on death row. Perhaps we will see some cetera to dismantle group. We'll stay tuned for that. Thanks so much for joining us, Bob. That's Bob Elko. He is with the chronicle and he is there courts reporter KCBS news time. At Walgreens,.
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"Created by the retirement of associate Justice Kathryn Mickle word Iger now the fire front the death toll. Now stands at four dozen in the campfire that has burned more than one hundred thirty five thousand acres across Buchanan, firefighters only have containment lines around about a third of the inferno. We begin our team coverage with KCBS reporter deck sovereign. Who says today, President Trump tweeted his support and sent his secretary of the interior to see the damage governor Brown joins the secretary for the tour governor Brown finally got a firsthand look at the carnage wrought by the deadliest. Most destructive wildfire in California history. This is so devastating that I don't really have the words to describe it. It looks like a war zone. It is. It's the devastation. Fires of this kind could bring about the governor said the state is doing everything can to put out the flames and help those who survived and the White House is pitching in prison. Trump did call me just a few minutes ago, and he's pledged the full resources of the federal government. But the president chose to send secretary of the interior. Ryan Zinke in his place. Zinke said this is the fourth time he's come to California to declare a wildfire. The worst he's ever seen. This is unsustainable. Zinke said it's not time to fix blame. But California and the nation cannot go on having record-breaking fires one after the next. This is unacceptable. Year after year after year after year season after season is catastrophic scales. President Trump widely criticized for tweeting last weekend that the fires were caused by. California's mismanagement of forest tweeted this time that he's with the people of California all the way, Doug sovereign KCBS. Perhaps the only thing more extraordinary than the power of the flames and the devastation and the wildfires is the immediate outpouring for people who want to help. But as KCBS Rebecca corral tells us some donations help and some hinder no one wants to criticize a giver, but there are gifts that help and wow, well intention gift that actually add to the burden overwhelming amount of us things being donated, and there's no place to put Stephanie Hayden of the Oroville hope center says to be clear he's deeply grateful for the generosity of those who take things from their homes used items to give to the fire victims every inch of space at the evacuation shelters is being used by people. Whose homes have burned down? We don't have any way to meter whether they're clean, whether they're usable. And there's just not enough volunteers to go through those things at a quick enough pace to get them where they need to go lost the Red Cross will not allow any items into evacuation shelters unless they are new and tagged so giving new items as good caches best. So the people running the shelters can buy exactly what's needed. Hayden says they should be able to make use of some Hamby down items at the distribution center. They're setting up at the Oroville municipal auditorium where evacuees can shop for free for both new and used items Rebecca chorale KCBS with all the smoke sent up from the campfire students throughout the bay area. I've been spending a lot more time indoors. The KCBS reporter Keith Ben Cody says that one San Francisco high school is using the poor air quality as a teachable moment. Swears all. Dollah teacher at Burton high school in San Francisco is preparing his students for their experiment testing, the amounts of particular matter in the air. So how will they do it? We lift a dish outside with.
Migrants weigh whether to stay in Mexico or trek to US
"Thousands of migrants. Caravanning from Central America. Have now arrived exhausted in Mexico. They have been able to find a place to rest at the hey, Seuss Martinez stadium in Mexico City as they make their way to the US border. The much-needed stop gave them a chance to wash up eat had received donated clothing for more on what's next for the group of migrants KCBS anchor Rebecca corral spoke with CBS news. Reporter Adrienne Bard who lives in Mexico. What conditioner these folks him as you have said they're exhausted. And there's a lot of people who are ill, especially the children a lot of the medical attention. If being focused on children who have respiratory illnesses. And in some cases, diarrhea also a lot of people with source. Deep. Blisters people hobbling around the camps. But you know, the rest is good for most people most generally younger people in pretty good health, but a much needed rest for them been walking for weeks. Whose decision was it to open up the stadium? Great question. It was a decision of city officials, and you know, what does curious moment in Mexico politics, Rebecca where we have a government that's about to finish up. The new government comes in on December first the federal government the city gotten rid the new mayor comes in on December fifth. So what I understand is that they got together, and they were like minded about this, and they have human rights officials from both the outgoing and incoming government overseeing and making sure that the miners are treated as good as possible and given as much as they possibly can to help them stay good health who's who's paying for the food and for the water and the medical care. Not the government of the United States can take people are wondering and sorry for being a little cynical there. But yes, Mexico is absorbing the cost of this. Now, there's a more concerted effort. I mean, it's more organized effort in Mexico City. But as the bikers came across the border, in many cases, they will be given food and water by people who basically just have enough food to feed their families in a day and the generosity and the outpouring of people in Mexico. It's an absolutely overwhelming to see. Yeah. I mean, that's so remarkable people who barely get by day to day coming up something to to give to the travelers. Well, that's true. And yet there is the other side of it in Mexico is also very worried about what's going to happen. If these barge numbers push towards the US border and are stopped from going into the normal process to seek asylum in the US, they're going to be camping out at the Mexican border on the Mexican side, and Mexico is already pretty saturated in some places like Tijuana where I saw in in may when the last group of my against Kane, and in addition to the people from Central America, people from other parts of Mexico, you have people from Africa a lot of people from Haiti at the border trying to get an so this is a potential humanitarian crisis, and what the government of Mexico wants is for it. There to be a regional solution. That would include the US medical providers who were talking about what happens when they get to the border and face a hostile United States and the the added trauma. I mean, do do many of them are most of them seem to know what they're facing when they get here. You know, I get the sense that some of the migratory idea little oblivious, oblivious to the reality of they're not going to be let in right away. And if they are led into that it'd be in and detained again, I mean from the last group, I think something like two hundred and fifty people, and I might be off, but are being processed of all of that group. And then that doesn't mean they're going to be allowed to stay. So I don't think that everybody is realistic. But you know, that old saying when you've got nothing
Four get breast cancer from organ donation in "extremely rare" case
"Is being called an extraordinarily rare. Case KCBS has Rebecca corral reports four people who received organ transplants from one donor all developed breast cancer. It's just coming out now, but it was two thousand seven when a fifty three year old woman in Europe with no known medical condition, suffered a stroke and died doctors round, the usual tests on her body. A full physical, including abreast. Check ultrasounds of the abdomen and heart and there were no signs of any cancer. So her lungs, kidneys heart and liver were donated to four separate patients about sixteen months. I believe the first case to show up in about six years for the last case to show up UCSF transplant surgeon sang-mock hang says all four organ recipients developed breast cancer three died and one had the kidney removed wet off amino. Suppression medication started dialysis and chemotherapy, and survived are cancers that are just too small to detect tha that may have already spread cancer transmission? Unfortunately, the reality of transplantation. It's very low risk probably on the order of one thousand low enough odds that make the risk of transplantation, a good bet for most recipients who faced certain death without a new organ,
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"It is being called an extraordinarily rare case but at. Happened four people who received organ transplants from one donor all developed breast cancer KCBS is Rebecca corral has more. It's just coming out now, but it was two thousand seven when a fifty three year old woman in Europe with no known medical condition, suffered a stroke and died doctors round, the usual tests on her body a full physical, including abreast, check ultrasounds of the abdomen and heart and there were no signs of any cancer. So her lungs, kidneys heart and liver were donated to four separate patients about sixteen months. I believe for the first case to show up about six years for the last case to show up UCSF transplant surgeon sang-mock hang says all four organ recipients developed breast cancer three died and one had the kidney removed, wet off Amita suppression medication started, dialysis and chemotherapy, and survived are cancers that are just too small to detect and that may have already spread cancer transmission? Unfortunately, the reality of transplantation. It's very low risk probably on the order of one thousand low enough odd. Does that make the risk of transplantation, a good bet for most recipients who face certain death without a new
Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch
"Holly flung CBS apple unveiling a new line of iphones today during its annual big September events KCBS is Mike HOGAN says upgrades were also announced for a host of apple products. Three new iphones were unveiled apple senior. Vice president Phil Schiller, including the iphone ten s the iphone ten s is not just one. But two sizes of display the five point eight inch in a new six point five inch super retina display. This is the biggest display ever on an iphone. It isn't all that display as well. Three point three million pixels four hundred and fifty eight pixels per inch. Again, apple chief operating officer. Jeff Williams unveiled the new fourth generation apple watch it has a larger display and curved corners. The speaker has also been completely redesigned. It's fifty percent louder which is great for phone calls and walkie-talkie or Syria. Request. You just won't believe the sound you get out of such a small device. The new watch starts at three. Ninety nine four ninety nine with the new iphone ten s is priced at nine ninety nine ten ninety nine for the ten s max and seven forty nine for the budget version, ten are
U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Over Muslim Detention Camps
"I may not be what his base would expect Donald Trump punishment against the country for jailing as many as a million Muslims for the religious beliefs, bud KCBS as Rebecca corral tells us. It's a decision being weighed by the White House. The Trump administration is considering slapping China with sanctions for violating the human rights of Chinese Muslims. After a UN panel reported that upwards of a million people are being held in counter extremism centers at another two million forced into reeducation camp crackdown extremely severe way on Muslim populations using many old style thought reformed and mouse tactics and such shell is director of the center on U S China relations at the Asia Society in New York, it is very paradoxical in contradictory. However, his base is very much a religious evangelical base, so any kind of religious persecution does have a different castes too. I suggest plano garden variety political suppression of freedom of speech press assembly things like that American lawmakers are also urging sanctions against Chinese companies that profit from building the detention centers holding China's
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"Is the support of tens of thousands of people in the first few, days Rebecca corral spoke to a journalism, scholar says this movement should make us all nervous Facebook, and YouTube have already banned right wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones at of marketing activists Shannon Coulter and her tens, of, thousands of followers have their way than Twitter would follow suit every right to get people to. Block ads from companies that are on these platforms on the other hand I feel extremely nervous. About any kind of censorship because it is very difficult. Once you start to know, where to stop Orville. Schell is former dean of the UC Berkeley, school of journalism and also an expert on China communist country like China They always say. Well we shouldn't have absolutely free speech because you get a lot of crazy people nasty, people and hateful people putting stuff up so. We please. In control and I think the US has no easy. Answer that so even though he believes info wars and for that matter, the president's tweets are deceptive distortions with a tremendously toxic effect on society he cannot endorse. Censoring them all I can say is if, I had a simple answer to this. I give it to you Rebecca chorale KCBS a proposed, change in California's marijuana regulations has, some, cities, upset the change would allow unchecked home marijuana deliveries in places that have banned local pod sales what's the league of California cities says would undermine local authority in contrast. The state bureau of, cannabis control says this change would reinforce that a licensed pod delivery can be. Made to any jurisdiction within the state if you love lemons prepared to pay more for them this season KCBS Zimbalist carwash reports that a heatwave, has driven up prices The citrus fruit consumer demand for fresh lemons has grown over the past, five to ten, years, the California supply is down this season June early July there was excessive heat, over in, the Ventura County area and that's. The number one lemon production, area in the nation so when that excessive heat hit. There was I'm guessing fifteen to twenty, percent of the crop, on the tree and it fell to the ground California's citrus mutual president. Joel Nelson says that the. Foreign supply of lemons also is down this year and that means prices, have exploded analysts say lemon prices. Have increased by as much as forty nine. Percent and Nelson adds that. Consumers should not expect those prices to fall for another six to eight weeks so it. Won't be until we begin harvesting Lebanon's out of the imperial. County riverside, area will you begin to see increased, volume and that normally takes place the latter part is timber into early October Nelson says the harvest. Then we'll move into the San Joaquin valley in the. Late fall and back into Ventura County in the late winter and early Spring Melissa call. Ross KCBS a recent California Supreme Court decision is making. It more difficult for employers to classify workers as independent, contractors but KCBS is my Cogan says many of those who. Are self-employed say they are being hurt not helped by the ruling under the court ruling mich- classifying workers could, lead to stiff fines truck owner. Daniel win was one. Of a number of independent contractors who was at a San Jose news conference, urging the state legislature to pass a, Bill, that would overturn the ruling win and the other, said they're negatively impacted by the court decision especially being an owner operator you make so much my need more. Than when I was in an employee been an employee you get the benefit, and all. That but I can buy that myself but labor relations professor Michael? LeRoy the university of Illinois says is a. Downside to being self, employed downsides are if they're injured in their work which is common for them they have no workers compensation they don't have employer Provided health. Insurance they're on their own they're on their own for pensions they're on their own if they suffered discrimination. They have no access to courts Mike Colgan KCBS people over the, age of sixty five are, the fastest growing demographic in the nation triple. As foundation for traffic safety says families and physicians. Need to. Have discussions with them about staying safe behind the wheel CBS's Alison keys explains triple as tamra Johnson says it's research shows eighty three percent of older drivers say that they have. Never spoken with a family member of physician about their safe, driving ability but she says. Families and physicians should have discussions early and make a plan because for drivers, who give up. The keys they are two times more, likely to develop depression Johnson says. Families can help older, drivers explore, other transportation options so that, they realize they can stay engaged because. They.
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"It's ten three at the bay area's news station kcbs sunny and warm today highs upper sixty s to mid nineties later good morning i'm rebecca corral here's what's happening women's rights activists are playing cope pain close attention as president trump prepares to announce his supreme court nominee this evening kcbs is margie schaefer report senator dianne feinstein says there's not let democrats can do to block a nominee as the ranking member on the judiciary committee senator feinstein will be asking the tough questions of the nominee to replace justice kennedy but republicans control the house the senate and the white house we will point out all the pitfalls and all of the problems and as we do every week on thursday morning each one of us makes a speech about the nominees up we finish on the democratic side the vote is taken and the republican votes roll through democrats don't have the votes to block this is why we've asked that the next nominee be postponed until after the election women's rights groups including supporters of planned parenthood fear roe v wade could be overturned president trump pledged during the campaign he would only appoint pro life justices einstein notes the pendulum could swing with more democrats elected in november this is really the only thing i can think of that we have right now in oakland margie schaefer kcbs francisco police have cleared out tenths and protesters who had been camped out in front of the immigration and customs enforcement building in san francisco for the past week kcbs has holly quan was on the scene with the story the metal barricades remain pushed back on the sidewalk the tents are gone the protest signs torn down save one that i spotted in a doorway at midnight police and public works crews showed up to clear washington between battery and sansom this is the south entrance to the ice building san francisco police spokesperson author grace get pandan frequent admonishments have been given to the participants at this encampment over the last week and prior to tonight's action but the blockage of the street continued which means that ambulances police and fire crews couldn't get through this business owner was taking down tape that protestors had put up to obscure her security camera she says campers were not abusive and customers could enter but not happy will make street at the.
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"On the cool side like today that means upper fifties at the coast mid sixties to low seventies it's gonna turn sunny and warmer friday with highs making in the mid sixties at the coast mid seventies near the bay into the low eighties inland sunny and warmer still saturday through monday highs mid to upper sixties near the ocean seventies near the bay eighties too low nineties inland traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs coup cbs news cut four fifty one as our wednesday newswatch continues lean cuisine has become the latest brand take a hit from an ill advised marketing campaign kcbs rebecca corral reports on the backlash after the makers of lean cuisine invited women on social media to define what it means to have it all the company that makes lean cuisine asked women to define their ideal life having hashtag it all on social media people want authenticity they want to feel like things are real and that things make sense to them and this just really makes sense to consume consumer psychologists kit yarrow was talking about the blast of criticism from women i'm not pleased with the company for among other things tying female film it and happiness to diet culture the campaign includes a video of women talking about their hopes and dreams and the constant struggle to balance work and family it was really very simple kind of almost pure in almost sweet message but it just isn't the right message for a diet oriented processed food company especially a company that targeted the message at women as if these issues are strictly female to company just kind of looked a little behind the times a little out of step using an issue in order to look like they're connecting and caring for women and it just didn't seem authentic back to.
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"The upper fifties to the upper sixties tonight cloudy chance of rain after midnight lows in the forties tomorrow looks mostly cloudy breezy with the possibility of showers and maybe even a thunderstorm highs tomorrow in the mid to upper fifty s sunny on tuesday mostly cloudy on wednesday with a chance of rain in the evening and then mostly sunny and warm on thursday and friday traffic and weather together there on the eighth on kcbs kcbs news time ten fifty a big changes ahead for a book that made history and actually changed the lives of many women in the seventies and beyond kcbs is rebecca corral reports on the end of an era for the women's health book our bodies our selves you can't really overstate what our bodies ourselves meant to millions of women have to remember that back in the early seventies there was practically no information about women's health women's sexuality our bodies it was the dark ages shooting norwegian is cofounder of our bodies ourselves bodies are so i came out it was so important it was the only resource that women could turn to and it became a bestseller almost instantly it shined a light where little had been shined before outside of medical schools and in fact it explained more than many doctors could everyone from adolescent girls to college women and grandmothers in their seventies would get their hands on the book to learn about things they always or even never wondered about there bodies but now it won't be planning on an updated edition of our bodies our selves whether online or in print it will not update content about different medical issues at the website because the organization our bodies ourselves could no longer raise the funds to sustain its business model and will become a largely volunteer driven non profit but you'll still be able to buy the version published in twenty eleven and thanks to the original book you can find countless books.
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"The afternoon today highs today getting into the upper sixties tonight looks mostly clear and breezy with lows in the forties tomorrow more sunshine with light winds and highs in the seventy s some spots might even hit eighty degrees we've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on on these one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time ten ten this portion of our newswatch sponsored by the shane company well the trump administration is putting farm workers and their families endanger that at least what organizations that work with farm workers say is happening and they say that's because scott pruitt is in charge of the epa kcbs is rebecca corral reports when it comes to worker safety most of us are protected by osha but farm workers are at the mercy of the epa to shield them from the dangers of pesticides used on the jaw there's been a lot of attention page to elite dangerous pesticide known as clerk a chemical that was originally derived from nerve agents dwelt in world war two junior ruiz's with the nonprofit advocacy group farmworker justice small amounts have been shown to have very impacts on human health not he's for dolts but they are dangerous for children especially developing fetuses the pesticide is banned from home use and the pa was about to prohibit farms from making field hands applied to crops until scott pruitt met with large egg interests and chemical producers fruit announced that if he would continue to allow its use in definitely so going against years of research by epa scientists this chemical is still being used in agriculture recess pruitt his even try to roll back a regulation that prohibits youngsters children under the age of eighteen from handling toxic pesticides unless they're working on their own family's farm their buyers are still developing and could have lifelong impact critics question whether pruitt should be getting so much input from egg interest to donated heavily to his political career so far no comment from the epa to.
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"After the school shootings in florida nicolas cruz is being charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder i'm doug sovereign with bay area congressional leaders fed up with school shootings in demanding gun reforms now i feel a kind of anger the death this is why colgan a former presidential national security advisers are social media companies are doing enough to report threatening content like the ones posted by the florida school shooter good afternoon i'm rebecca corral cbs news covers the world next what's happening and why kcbs a yet gay frc fm and hd 1 san francisco oakland san jose it's one of these eu cbs news on the hour presented by zoom videoconferencing i'm dave barrett she told parkland florida's school shooting suspect nicholas crews yes it right to remain silent if you'd give up that right at any time during this hearing whatever you say can and will be used against you in the prosecution of this case judge kim jerusalem monica did not set bond for crews who faces seventeen counts of premeditated murder he was apprehended after the gunfire recurred a day ago i'm peter king officer michael littered isn't even with the parkland pd he works for neighbouring coconut creek says he just wanted to help as a result the first off you make contact the suspect lettered says after getting to the cd went out on his own searching neighborhoods for the man matching that description the the police were using he says he found him than bulled over he the blood with my commands and was taken into custody without the issue what are you didn't say was weather nicolas crews still had a weapon with him only that this is what he's trained to do in hopes that it never happens peter king cbs news parkland flower two years ago the broward county sheriff's office was notified of an instagram posting under the name of nicklaus cruz said it was going to shoot his school photo of cruise holding a weapon was included in that posting aren't siegel with the centre on extremism says there could be.