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01:58 min | 4 months ago

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"Risk anything by having them coming in volunteer, so the food banks putting out the call for help spend gross says families. Khun Volunteer together and people can choose the days and times they want to help. To the north of San Francisco Marin Food Bank also needs significantly more volunteers right now. Melissa call Ross KCBS just ahead on KCBS. The last presidential debate is this Thursday, with competition heating up and anticipation from both Republicans and Democrats. A lot more on that Just ahead in two minutes, 308. We are headed to the Santa Cruz Mountains where we apparently Joe have a stolen bus. Yeah, This was just after I said things were looking great in the Santa Cruz Mountains. And this problem is causing a bit of a delay. Now on south bound 17. It's just before the redwood of states. Installed bus blocking the right lane and we do see some slow traffic on the South bound side. Outside of that traffic on 17 looks good. Just a slight delay in the north bound direction of 17 through laws Goddess before and after Highway nine. Still looking at very heavy traffic getting into Gilroy north one, the one with brake lights beginning in San Juan Bautista. It is a very heavy ride towards highway 25 in Gilroy. Still waiting on a tow truck in Oakland for this stall on South 80 just before Oak Street. The right lane is still blocked. A tow truck is on the way and still looking at a lot of heavy traffic in San Mateo County along westbound 92 folks heading out the half Moon Bay, you will encounter heavy traffic between Interstate to 80 and limos. Farm. If you're trying to get out of town east about 92 is pretty crowded from Highway one Tole most farm And we see very slow conditions on highway one in both directions between Pacifica and Montero and against South Bound one is crowded between l Granada and half Moon Bay If you spot a traffic problem, let us know KCBS phone force line is for 153 900 KCBS. You're next update at 3 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. He had a little bit of fog out there this morning around the bay hand at the coast and then sunshine with some light winds and looks pretty nice right now, actually most areas.

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02:31 min | 6 months ago

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"Mitchinson K CBS News time. 6 31. CBS News Brief. Joe Biden is responding to violence in Portland that resulted in the death last night. CBS's Nicole Killian, former vice president Joe Biden called deadly violent in Portland unacceptable and a tragedy. Biden condemned the incident and said President Trump should do the same in a tweet, The president suggested Biden is unwilling to lead on crime and two the only way to stop it is through strike. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says clean up from Hurricane lower will take time. We have a long Road ahead of us. This recovery is gonna take a while. It's gonna take a lot of effort, and United Airlines is dropping its change fee travel expert Peter Greenberg the airlines attempt to stimulate whatever passenger traffic it can During a time when people are afraid to fly, not just because of the pandemic itself, but because of the uncertainty of destinations closing to travelers, schedule changes and those expensive $200 Take a change for CBS News Brief. I'm Steve Futterman 6 32 at KCBS. It has been a frustrating weekend to say the least for some A C transit riders. Hey, CBS is Melissa call Ross reports tonight. Some bus runs have been delayed and others cancelled altogether due to Cove in 19 concerns. About a dozen acey transit lines aren't in service at all this weekend and buses on another half dozen lines have been running late. Carrell owns a Berkeley is with the East Bay Transit writer's Union just shut down three out of four lines in my neighborhood, and Owen says the situation has been confusing at best. Got a lot of people standing at the bus stop looking around going What's happening. What happened is that a C transit shut down its Emeryville facilities on Thursday for cleaning and disinfecting after learning that one or more employees may have been exposed to Cove in 19, says agency spokesman Robert Lyle's. That also meant that the bus line that operate out of that division were To be affected by the closure. Lyles says some lines were suspended for the weekend. But those with the most writers are operating out of other facilities, and that's what's causing the delays. He says Full service will be restored on Monday morning. The agency did post an alert about this on its Web site and social media, But a lot of writers didn't see it. Melissa call Ross KCBS, Sonoma County's public health officer, now saying it could be up to two months before a number of businesses will be able to reopen and in or dining allowed again. Okay, CBS's Jeffrey Shop reports. County is considered most at risk under Governor Newsome's Cove in 19 grating plan and because of the ongoing wildfires when the governor released a new grading system.

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02:33 min | 8 months ago

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"Melissa, call Ross KCBS just ahead on KCBS another incentive for some that stress out to chill out instead. Traffic time right now at KCBS. Let's get another update from George Rask. You know, we've had this air reported fire in the barn tunnel between Glen Park and 24th straight, and it's only recently that Bart has acknowledged now that there are delays on the SFO, Daly City, Millbrae and Eastbay directions on the San Francisco line. Presumably there is suspension of service, Although that's speculation on my part. I have not yet confirmed it with Bart, but we did hear. The representative for the San Francisco Fire Department say that crews are entering that tunnel at both ends both at Glen Park and at 24th Street. To search for this source of the smoke that had been seen coming from the events to that tunnel. So now Bart is talking about at least a 10 minute delay but expect that to change as crews were trying to find the source of the smoke between Glen Park and 24th Street. On the freeways. We are still looking at some delays for the ride at the 80 92 interchange, which has been tied up for an hour, at least now because of a debris spill on the connecting ramp from eastbound 92 onto north bound. 80. Some large steel plates were dropped in the roadway. They managed to damage a number of trucks in the area. So it's been slow going ever since. Slow going on the Bayshore Freeway South bound heading down past Hillsdale looks like it may be sweepers there, and it was an accident at Peninsula in the north bound direction. This report brought to you by Safeway. Safeway offers grocery delivery fresh fast delivered to your door or drive up and go with certain locations. Download the Safeway delivery and pick up app or visit safeway dot com. $20 off your first order using promo code saved 20 Safeway come in and explore. Your next update at 12 18 on the traffic leader KCBS still seeing some of that cloud cover around the coast, a little bit of haze, too. But ah lot cooler to sixties at the water today, seventies and low eighties around the Bay Upper eighties inland, and then tonight It'll be clear for the valleys, but we'll still have cloud cover back with us.

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03:08 min | 11 months ago

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"Using credit cards as an emergency fund if possible Melissa call Ross KCBS well as we operate continues to run the nation's retail industry gap says the money it's currently making isn't enough to sustain operations San Francisco based clothier reports will have to furlough about eighty thousand store employees cut executive pay and not pay April rent for it's temporarily closed stores what have you taken your walk today most of us are rediscovering the joys of walking during the shelter in place orders and activity which turns out to benefit our brains here's our Jim Taylor I'm probably one of those doing more walking than before no not driving anywhere not only does walking get the blood going to gets my brain go on what we know now is that this kind of two way traffic between the brain and the body chainmail professor of experimental brain research Trinity College Dublin Ireland when you're walking around that so obviously you're getting signals coming from the brain that are getting your body to move but the reverse is true as well we know that there are lots of molecules that are good for the brain that are created in muscle the travel back into the brain and build resilience in the brain because of activity America is the author of a book in praise of walking a new scientific exploration we should think of walking and in a whole lot of different ways so we should think of walking as a social activity we should think of it as a method of boosting creativity and we should also think of it as as a means of getting active and moving around in the world so take a walk your head will thank you remember where the facemask walking on the Emeryville mudflats Jim Taylor KCBS we go to the money once sponsored by personal capital offering telephone Ansan shins worried about the market it's time to get a plan take control with their powerful financial tools or talked to an adviser go to personal capital dot com the trading day started with a lot of promise but it fell flat on disappointment the Dow rose thirty nine the nasdaq fell a fraction the SNP dropped to that disappointment came with a Financial Times report that said Gilead sciences drug Ramdev severe performed poorly in a test in China of its affect on corona virus patients that took the air out of stocks he had been rallying on a big boost in oil prices and the expectation of more federal money for small businesses from Congress since the corona virus shut down economic activity more than twenty two million people have lost their jobs and file for unemployment the labor department says almost four and a half million just last week and with that many people seeing income drastically reduced the companies that produce the extras are starting to feel the effect Hershey for instance says its sales dropped sharply in April buying candy the company says isn't a priority now I'm Jill Duggar Bloomberg radio hi it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note.

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02:18 min | 11 months ago

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"Fast food chain continues to improve safety protocols by using wellness checks installing protective barriers to drive thru and cashier stations are making gloves available to workers the east fourteenth street McDonald's is now closed apparently because there are no employees to staff positions Jeffrey Schaub KCBS all right thank you Jeffrey an emergency order that would suspend all residential and small business rants and all mortgage payments of homeowners small landlords and small businesses the duration of this current shelter in place state of emergency will be considered by the Richmond city council when it meets on Tuesday the order proposed by councilman Eduardo Martinez and Melvin Willis also calls for establishing a city service to assist the city's small businesses and landlords and filing for government assistance Richman declared a state of emergency back on March seventeenth and a moratorium on covert nineteen corona virus related infections for non payment of rent on April seventh this year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day and the theme is climate change KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross takes a look at climate change in the context of covert nineteen and this pandemic the stay at home orders were under due to the cove in nineteen pandemic have had a positive effect on air quality across California because we're driving so much less however Shawna Rago of with conservation international doesn't believe this drop in air pollution and carbon emissions will produce long term benefits they're likely just going to be temporary and we haven't really as a society made the systemic checks that are needed for the game two percent or be sustained in the long term so Ron got says we can't let up on fighting climate change and that we can do so every day with clean and renewable energy greening our agriculture system and our food system through regenerative agriculture and shifting towards more of a plant based diet shifting to public transportation reduction of overall consumption like plastics Earth Day events across the bay area have been canceled due to the pandemic but you can learn more about climate change and covert nineteen on our website just go to KCBS radio dot com slash one thing Melissa call Ross KCBS just ahead on KCBS I'm Ted Raimi I'll explain how the corona virus is causing.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and sentenced to amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of vanilla Dutch anti Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar case CBS news time twelve forty three this portion of the news sponsored by cars for kids there will be no public Catholic mass celebrations until further notice in San Francisco due to the city wide it now statewide shelter in place orders however as KCBS is Melissa call Ross reports there are now some of virtual alternatives being offered the archdiocese of San Francisco was taking the shelter in place order seriously so parishioners will not be gathering for mass celebrations in person the priests to celebrate mass in the parish church and those parishes that have the technology to do so to live stream it so people can follow along with the worship service and we gave them suggestions for how to observe that at home archerfish of Salvator court Leon he tells KCBS he understands this may not be easy of a hardship for a lot of a lot of our people they love going to church they love being with their fellow prisoners they love the sense of community that he adds that this crisis also provides an opportunity to rediscover family and those people who live with and therefore are sheltering with others possibly can put down the electronic devices and reconnect churches will remain open as long as that's possible and pre still will visit the sick but must follow special sanitary measures confession will happen but must be done in line with social distancing procedures and in some cases may have to be scheduled by appointment Melissa call Ross KCBS when you.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Ross KCBS gonna get some wind through the bay area's later tomorrow and that might not be a bad thing because wildfire smoke starting to become a story again there's a pretty good size fire burning north of the bay area in the area of red bluff and that to fire called the Red Bank firing KCBS is Curtis came reports sixty five hundred acres already burnt the blaze erupted mid day west of the city of red bluff and hammer loop and petty John Rhodes gruesome travel agencies are battling the flames that are being spread by gusty winds Scott maclean is with cal fire twenty one miles west of red bluff basically it's out there in the grass now the brushing the folks who were to the very receptive fuel for the fire the lasers popping evacuation orders to be issued over a wide area but McLean says the location is not heavily populated partially populated there's like Frances are some seasonal hunting cabins out there and there is you know that little patches of the various homes out there but not like a community altogether or city or anything of that nature but Klay justice to early to determine a cause but fire investigators are on the scene a number of lightning strikes were reported in the area the fire official says the blaze is spreading at a critical rate aircraft trying to drop retardant to the flames have a difficult time because of the amount of smoke that is being given off there is no containment time in San Francisco Kurdistan KCBS chase to CVS server my proventil money does sponsored by California bank of commerce stand job growth slowed in August labor reporting a gain of one hundred thirty thousand jobs about twenty to thirty thousand.

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Good for the water supply in Reno and parts of Nevada as well Melissa call Ross KCBS this is a Bloomberg market a minute stock futures have been fluctuating this morning after record highs on Wall Street last week S. and P. futures up three nasdaq futures up three Dow futures of twenty seven NYMEX crude up a quarter percent at sixty dollars and thirty six cents a barrel after very closed almost three quarters of US Gulf of Mexico crude production city group reports earnings today and it's a busy week for bank earnings we'll hear from fed speakers including chair J. Powell tomorrow we get monthly reports this week on retail sales industrial production housing starts and consumer sentiment Bloomberg has learned that the Federal Trade Commission has approved a record five billion dollar privacy settlement with Facebook to resolve the Cambridge analytica data scandal some lawmakers and privacy advocates said the deal did not go far enough Facebook reported revenue of almost fifty six billion dollars last year Gina survey Bloomberg radio KCBS news time three twenty six small all online retailers face a big disadvantage you might never of thought about a start up company wants to help I'm Jeff called in a fortune magazine with inside business the problem is online check out a retailer can have a fantastic website but if the check out experience is sub par it's all for nothing as many as eighty percent of shoppers simply abandon their cards before paying research finds that if websites are just a tenth of a second slower than the sight of competitors the rate at which site visitors by something can fall by seven percent now a start up called bold wants to provide better check out software for independent retailers and in the process give them a fighting chance against Amazon bolts C. E. O. notes that Amazon has spent hundreds.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"I nor Cal credit union. If the stories portion on your Instagram feed looked a little odd earlier this week. It may have been the result of a bug. We get the story from KCBS reporter Elissa call Russ earlier this week Instagram users were seeing stories in there feeds from people. They don't follow stories are the feature that allows users to upload content that will expire disappeared. Twenty four hours later. The good news. Is that users who accounts are private and intended only to be seen by people. They approve need worry. Show up in the stories bar, but when somebody tried to click into them, they wouldn't actually appear. However, Josh Constan with tech crunch. Does say this bug has implications for Facebook, which owns Instagram, namely that he believes Facebook might be getting so big that it's having trouble properly routing the data and content users put on the sites company has grown so words, and there's so many services, and so many people to protect that it just isn't necessarily up to the challenge. And I think that's one thing that regulators could harp on when they're considering whether Facebook's broken up in a statement provided to crunch Instagram, knowledge, the bug and constant says the issue was resolved within a day, Melissa call Ross KCBS. Of course, Mariah Carey no artist has more number one hits on the billboard hot one hundred chart than she does. So it's only fitting that the singer will receive the icon award a twenty nineteen billboards wars, they see dick Clark productions.

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04:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Coffers next fiscal year. According to the governor's budget office. Consumer psychologists get gyro says she doesn't think consumers will blink. When it comes to most of their online shopping so on regular priced items everything, but the higher priced items felt like they've been getting away with it was just a matter of time that the state would impose the sales tax to online shopping. She says it's kind of an interesting thing. Online shopping, you think about it. It's still just a baby it certainly finding ways to create tax fairness is one of the adjustments that had to be conquered before last year's supreme court ruling states were allowed to collect sales taxes only from businesses that maintained a physical presence in the state scholarship. KCBS a person was hospitalized Sunday afternoon after being struck by a bar train at the nineteenth street station in Oakland. Person was hit by a San Francisco bound train at two thirty eight pm victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment. There is no other information available about the victims condition or the circumstances that led to them being struck by that bar train homicide. Detectives in El Sereno spent Sunday investigating the death of a homeless man police say they found the victim line on the sidewalk along San Pablo avenue a few blocks from El Sereno del Norte Bart station around eleven twenty Saturday night. He was later pronounced dead at the scene. Neither the victim's identity, nor the cause of death have been released. Police say there is no known suspect in the case at this time. Another horse has died at Santa Anita park. Only a few days after the southern California race track. Reopened reporter Cooper Rummell with radio dot com station KNX in Los Angeles says some racing fans are demanding answers. This is the twenty third horse death at Santa Anita since late December. And it comes just two days after racing resumed at the park following a month long hiatus it happened when two horses collided during the feature event of the day, the grade three one hundred thousand dollars San Simeon stakes. It wasn't a breakdown. It's more of a clipped heels. In other words, are there sites, and they they fell five year old horse named arms runner suffered an injury to its front right leg, which proved to be fatal. Some fans are upset. But others aren't sure if it could have been prevented I think that was an accident. I think the past horses that passed away had nothing to do with what took place today racing did continue at Santa Anita after arms around her died. The other horse involved in the spell was not injured Cooper Rummell reporting. Arizona. Wildlife officials are on the lookout for bears bison and badger carcasses to stash away in freezers across the state for use by native American tribes, the Arizona game and fish department has formalized a repository program that creates a shopping list of sorts for employees are asked to load up the animals, if they come across one that tribes have requested the plan is to allow tribes in a broader area, including southern California, Nevada, Utah Colorado to draw from that repository in Arizona, if the tribes there. Have all they need. And that there's some leftover the Berkeley repertory theatre is getting into the housing business. So to speak. We get an explanation from CBS reporter, Melissa call. Russ Berkeley rep does plan to build housing next to its wrote a theater once it raises a loading dock and storage space after that's done. We'll have about ten thousand square foot that includes enough property for us to build the forty five apartments. Most of them are studio apartment and a few of them are two bedroom. Three bedroom. Berkeley rep managing director. Susan Medoc says the apartments will be used by out of town artists who performed shows at the theater and by participants in Berkeley reps professional fellowship program. The theater also can offer nine of the units to others who work in the nonprofit sector. Whether it means that the freight and salvage can now put their visiting artists with us here at easy theater or people from institutes on the Cal campus or other nonprofits that are looking for short-term housing the theatre currently rents apartments around the city to visiting artists and Medoc says once this project is complete those units will be available for Berkeley. General housing market, Melissa call Ross KCBS..

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"That's why we're the traffic leader six nine AM seven forty CBS. CBS news time to forty the bay area's red hot real estate. Market appears to have cooled down a bit KCBS is Melissa coul. Ross tells us why we all know it's expensive to live in the bay area and a Tiba Wallace learned that firsthand in October when he moved from the east coast to L sobriety for work greenbelt, Maryland, I had over eleven hundred square feet, and I was paying less than eleven hundred dollars here. I have seven hundred square feet, ma'am. Paying two thousand three hundred dollars. So it should surprise. No one that the bay area real estate market wasn't just red hot. But white hot in the first half of two thousand eighteen for example, says Patrick Carlyle with real estate. Brokerage firm, compass Santa Clara county at the end of two thousand seventeen in the first half of two thousand eighteen may have been the hottest market in the country. However, the market started to cool across the region in the second half of the year. Generally, we saw fewer sales many more price. Reductions many more listings that were withdrawn from the market without selling Carlisle says it's unclear what will happen this year. Financial market volatility. Interest rates and whether several bay area tech companies go public could have an effect on the real estate market in San Francisco, Melissa call Ross KCBS. Customers could be the winners as more flights takeoff from SF. Oh in the coming year. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports coming up in two thousand nineteen flights on new routes are set to take off air Italy. We'll start nonstop service to Milan tap air. Portugal will start nonstop service to Lisbon and sun country will begin nonstop service to Honolulu in may anytime a new airline or.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Melissa call Ross KCBS thousand volunteers are being sought to act as local ambassadors for events leading up to the college football championship game January seventh at Levi stadium. We get details. Calls from KCBS as my Cogan. So many volunteers are needed because of all the events that have been scheduled leading up to the game. Volunteers will help with way finding airport greeters hospitality. They'll work at the hotels. There will work at playoff fan central the really ambassadors to help Vokes from traveling from around the country to come into really enjoy San Jose in the south bay, Patricia earn Strom executive director of the barrier. Host committee says volunteers won't go away. Empty-handed it wouldn't be volunteering without getting some good swag. So people will get a volunteer jacket. We have hats beanies, scarves. So the opportunity for people to really look the part is it's going to be a great kit. That we provide for them. Volunteers will be needed from the third of the eighth. But if you're interested you should sign up now at bay area twenty nineteen dot com. The Silicon Valley bureau why Colgan KCBS one possible site for the Oakland Raiders to play while they await competition of their new stadium in Las Vegas is Levi stadium. AM in Santa Clara. And although Santa Clara officials say they have not heard from the raiders they are going back and pulling documents for such a plan to be ready in case. The team comes calling the raiders have cut off negotiations to play at the Oakland Coliseum next season of response to a lawsuit that the city of Oakland filed this week against the team in the NFL the lease allows for two teams to play Levi's but states that the forty Niners tenant have to approve it. I wasn't clear how the forty Niners view the idea of writers as a short-term tenant in their stadium..

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Three of the bay area's news station KCBS that the cooler weather. We saw today we're going to see that for the next several days. Our forecast coming up. I'm Geoff bell. I'm Patty rising. Here's what's happening as we've been reporting. One of California's US senators walked out of the judiciary committee vote on Brett Kavanagh today in protest before the committee, recommended that Cavanaugh be confirmed to the supreme court case CBS political reporter, Doug sovereign says that recommendation came with an important caveat that will delay a final vote by the full Senate at least half the committee's democratic members walked out in protest when senators refused to subpoena Kavanagh's friend, Mark judge among them. California's Kamala Harris who said the Republican majority is not doing its job. It's been pushing and pushing and ramming this thing through because they have the power as opposed to the integrity to say, let the American people know what's about to happen have transparency in the system have integrity in the system. This is a failure of this. This body. Meanwhile, in a Senate elevator to sexual assault survivors, confronted Republican Senator Jeff flake of Arizona. I'm talking to you. You're telling you that myself. It doesn't matter. Inflate came back and said he would only vote to send Kavanagh's nomination to the full Senate. If there's a one week delay for the FBI to investigate the claims of Christine Blasi Ford and others countries being ripped apart here, and we've got to make sure that we do due diligence. California's senior Senator Dianne Feinstein said that's all Democrats want. I think we do need this investigation. So I would like to support the motion for that investigation. So on a party line vote. The nomination does go to the Senate floor, but the Republican leadership agreed to ask for an additional FBI investigation. Postponing the final confirmation vote until at least next Friday, Doug, sovereign KCBS, much of the country has been watching the developments in the confirmation process. Specifically women have been watching KCBS reporter, Melissa call. Ross has reaction from the founder of an organization that encourages women to become politically engaged. Wendy seven years ago, Anita hill, testified before the Senate Judiciary committee after accusing then supreme court. Nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment to women who are watching that hearing in nineteen Ninety-one, and I was among them. I was a young woman my cell phone. I was fresh out of college. It was so clear that her testimony rang true. And it was also so clear that no one had any interest in hearing her story. Dr Anne, Moses is the founder of ignite a nonpartisan organization that encourages women to be politically active and says once again women are watching Moses appreciates that an F B I background investigation into the sexual assault allegations, Dr Christine Blasi Ford has made against current supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh has been ordered. We have to take women seriously, and we have to be open to hearing their experiences and treat them that. They're worthy of investigation. However, she says that all of the allegations of sexual misconduct against Cavanaugh should be investigated. Not just Dr Blasi Ford's Melissa call Ross KCBS could runs actually be starting to come down. And he report finds that nationally. Are slowly becoming more affordable? Now that inventories coming up, but his KCBS has Matt Bigler reports bay area. Residents say they're still not seeing much relief. The median rent in the US's unchanged from a year ago. According to Zillow they're pretty big deal considering that housing prices have only been going up since the great recession seems like a good thing to me, but more and laundry. Again, who lives on Treasure Island says her rent is still increasing modestly due to rent control, which she sees as a double edged sword..

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Time now seven fifty to the director of transit for the San Francisco municipal transportation agency, stands accused of sexual harassment KCBS as Margie shave reports on the lawsuit the names Muny and John Haley as defendants. The lawsuit was brought by Sabrina Suzuki. The one time assistant director of transit from Uni John Haley in the suit filed last Friday Suzuki accuses Hayley and the SF MTA of sexual harassment discrimination retaliation and unfair business practices. She claims Haley touched her inappropriately placing his hand on the back of her and also leaning in against her. She worked on his computer. She says she was denied training and promotions Suzuki is Asian Haley is white. She claims he treated her as if she should be acting more like a subservient Asian woman and that he used her as a race card after previously being accused of discrimination. John coattail speaks for the city attorney, the only statement that we're going to be making is that we have not been served with a lawsuit. So we're not gonna. Discuss it contents. And once we are served with it. We'll review it, and then we'll respond in court. In a written statement Muny says it takes these matters very seriously and follows equal opportunity employment procedures to address personnel matters in San Francisco Margie Schaefer, KCBS our prescription drug prices lower since President Trump took office KCBS Sikora takes a look drug manufacturers that hold patents can set their own prices until there's competition from generic manufacturers, according to USC pharmaceutical and health economics, professor, Joel. Hey, there's no reason why drugs are on the market should be increasing in price over and above the rate of inflation. Once you're approved. You've already been rewarded for the are in D And innovation that's gone into developing the product. So, hey, suggests taxing drugs with price increases that exceed the rate of inflation as far as who pays the price for expensive medication. He says insurance companies bear some of that cost. But so do consumers a lot of insurance plans? Have high deductibles and patients that are? In those plans are really feeling the Jentzsch of high-priced drugs while on the campaign trail, President Trump promised to fight rising, drug prices and this spring introduced a plan to do just that however an Associated Press analysis released this week suggests that drug prices continue to rise if not a steeply as in previous years, Melissa call Ross KCBS..

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Ross KCBS a lot has changed in the past eight years when it comes to teenagers social media, use we go live to KCBS is making golsby who has the results of a new survey on how often teens are using social sites and how it's making them feel Megan and Patty, it won't be a surprise to anyone who's hung out with a teenager. Lately, they spend a lot of time buried in their phones. Meeting with me. Oh, jeez. Constantly. Vicky right out co author of the report for the San Francisco based media research, nonprofit commonsense. Our survey. Positive. How they even better. Twenty five percent. Compared to three percent. They say it makes them feel more lonely. The positive numbers are up since two thousand twelve researchers say could indicate that teens are getting more savvy that protecting their own feelings online. You also will notice that adds up to twenty three percent. The vast majority of teens said they don't believe that social media has any effect on their feelings at all reporting live in the news center. Megan gold's beat KCBS Franks bacon. Kelsey and says that they have now opened one lane in each direction of I five near the California, Oregon border this morning six days after the fast reading so-called, delta fire. Forced a portion of the highway to close spokeswoman, however says it no vehicles carrying potentially flammable materials will be allowed along a seventeen mile stretch between Antlers bridge and lake had and flew creek road, south of the city of Duns mirror about includes vehicles carrying materials like Heywood ships. Lumber or logs officials say there are still concerns that burn trees could fall on the roadway. The fire has burned. Over sixty four square miles. It continues to rage in and around Shasta trinity national forest just ahead on KCBS. This is why Colgan proposed tariffs could significantly increase the price of iphones and ipads. The actual cost could be as much as fifty to sixty percent higher..

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"ross kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ross kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Roasters discovered the video recorder last week detectives used outdoor surveillance video to identify and arrest their suspect thirty five year old sage savage of capitola san francisco's lowest paid workers will be getting a raise tomorrow kcbs melissa ross said the city's minimum wage increases by one dollar an hour four years ago san francisco officials and community members crafted and put forth a city ballot measure known as measure j that was passed by the voters in two thousand fourteen with a seventy seven plus percent approval rating to increase our minimum wage which was then at ten dollars and seventy four cents an hour to today that would be fifteen dollars an hour and san francisco city administrator naomi kelly says that as of sunday minimum wage in the city will be fifteen dollars an hour up from its current rate of fourteen dollars an hour well many say this is a milestone to be celebrated no one believes that fifteen dollars an hour is a livable wage in san francisco state assemblyman phil ting who represents the city says lawmakers have more work to do not only in san francisco but on the state level we ask the wealthiest state we're not the fifth largest economy in the world larger than great britain but we also have one in five people living in poverty in california the state minimum wage currently is ten fifty to eleven dollars an hour and a federal minimum wage is seven twenty five an hour in san francisco melissa call ross kcbs coming up on kcbs this is in san jose we're foodbank clients you'll be munching on starbucks items freshly made salads.

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"ross kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ross kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Melissa call ross kcbs separatist groups former acting mayor has fared in been stripped of that title one of london bridge opponents in the mayor's race marked let them shoot to keep her from using the title of acting mayor on the ballot a judge agreed with let those contentions ruling would be misleading breed will now show up on the ballot as president board of supervisors the special election to replace the late mayor ed leap will be held on the fifth of june just ahead on kcbs a mom and sun die in a freak accident brought on by the heavy snowfall at kirkwood resort kcbs first for traffic kim wunderle with your tuesday morning latest what's going on now new accident coming in for a rendez stand and as you know we had trouble out there earlier with a crash that was blocking one of the boys at the called iccat tunnel and things have just never really been recovered out here when fact west 24 is still slow from pleasant hill road and this new accident is right before st stephen's on the arinda side blocking the left lane according to kendall of the kcbs phone force and thanks for that call so look for sluggish if not slow traffic from pleasant hill road out to st stephen's and then a little bit up the hill before you begin to pick up the pace entering the call to cut tunnel meantime looks like we have new problems in san bruno george rask is in and he has a look with the chilton autobody body collision cam corning to orchard morning it's our meter street 280 share bruno's southbound near sneak claim that the chp reports a bus accident are to which they are enroute best information is that it's not block blocking nearly lanes are on the right hand shoulder for the southbound 280 ride of course traffic is typically lee heavy in that area around the three aviator change so it might not be having too big and the impact and this report brought to you by credit carmen north 85 is backed up this accident is just a little bit north of highway eighty seven traffic now is backing up uh well let's see a little bit shy of coddle road but that stretch of 85 is definitely heavy get your truly free credit score and free credit monitoring from credit karma download the credit karma app today keretic karma get knowing your next update is.

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