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"sam cardo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Driven by hatred prejudice and rage. They want to destroy you and they want to destroy our country as we know it not acceptable. It's not going to happen. Typical re election message would be to talk about what the president has accomplished and to talk about what he'd like to accomplish in the future. But that's not where his passion was his passion was in talking about various grievances talking about Hillary Clinton and the the locker up chance. And, and when he talked about the economy and trade and taxes, he really stuck to the script this accusation about Democrats wanting to erase people's votes. It's really interesting. What is he talking about there? He is talking about the rush investigation and Robert Muller's report and Democrats in congress still continuing to investigate him. And, you know, as he says wanting a do over with the investigation has very strong echoes of what he was saying, twenty sixteen about people, potentially stealing the election or rigging the election. But he continues with this. I in a way he is. He is taking his his upset and concern and, and worry about the investigations. And, and making it about his supporters pudding, taking it and placing it on them as well. I know that you talk to a lot of the president's supporters at the rally what's on their minds. Do they care that he's not saying that much that is forward-looking? No. Not really, what person I talked to was, like, you know, the rallies are all the same he'd been to sixteen of them. The rallies are all the same, but now he has more complements to talk about, you know what I heard from a lot of people both at the rally and in reporting leading up to it was a lot of talk about socialism. This is something that he talked about in the state of the union address and has been talking about in the many rallies held since then but his supporters are now talking about it, too. And in very personal terms. And we should say that, even though the president says that this election is going to be a choice between socialism and freedom. None of the democratic candidates, even Bernie Sanders who calls himself, a democratic socialist want sort of traditional, socialism, they're talking about social programs. Yeah. In a couple of seconds. We have left. I mean, the election is more than five hundred days away. We just expect this going forward. Yeah. The rallies will sort of slowly ramp up to be more frequent at this point is about one every two or three weeks. But this is what this is it. All right in for the long haul. NPR's Keith in Orlando. Thanks to your welcome. The tech explosion in the bay area has made San Francisco. A city for the rich housing simply unaffordable for wide swaths of the population now, Google is pledging more than a billion dollars to try and fix the problem, they helped create, here's Rachel myrow of member station. K Q acuity. I over the next ten years, Google is promising to repurpose at least seven hundred fifty million dollars worth of its own land. San Jose, mayor Sam Cardo calls, the move the antidote to Amazon. He's referring to the blowback Amazon received when it went shopping for a new headquarters in North America looking for a city willing to offer major concessions for the privilege. Google lucado says is going in the other direction. This is a company saying, we get it they're real impacts from our growth on before housing supply in your cities. And we need to do more to help Luca wouldn't comment beyond its blog post in which CEO, Sundar, Pichai anticipate. It's the land alone could house, fifteen thousand new homes at all income levels in the bay area that last bit is not to the fact, those not making six figures are finding it hard to rent in the region. Let alone own, which will Massaro is the director of research for joint venture, Silicon Valley, which publishes regular economic surveys of the bay area. We are seeing an increase in the people that are living in RV's, or other temporary shelters are people that are living with other families. And we've also seen an increase in mega commuters that are commuting into the region more than three hours daily just to work here. And then living elsewhere, over the last twenty years tech industry giants,.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stanford to five and the Merritt Parkway has some very heavy volume. Southbound forty-one Westport to thirty-seven, new Canaan another traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS now our forecast, here's meteorologist Bill Deger pressure control for the rest of our Saturday. We'll see putty goes said Chiedea, we'll be a beautiful day with a high of seventy five tonight, partly cloudy, a low of fifty eight warming up a bit more humid tomorrow, partly sunny, a late day shower thunderstorm, high seventy five though, eighty in the western suburbs. Cooler on Long Island Monday, very warm and humid day with some sunshine, high eighty five could be an afternoon or evening. Thundershower behind a cold front Tuesday of Wednesday less humid, with some sunshine, cooler, as well, seventy one on Tuesday, and seventy two on Wednesday, seventy and sunny in central park. Sixty nine in garden city, seventy one. One in Bridgewater. WCBS news time twelve fifty. Dangerous weather is headed for the plains, and the midwest meteorologist Jeff beer deli says it starts with severe thunderstorms today, moisture right out of the Gulf of Mexico. We'll see a southeast wind at the surface south west wind in the upper part of the atmosphere, twisting, and turning, what looks to be a very severe outbreak of tornadoes in west Oklahoma, Texas on Monday. The weighted weather is forecast in areas, stretching from Texas and Louisiana to Iowa and Ellen away the number of homeless people increased by double digits in three San Francisco Bay area counties over two years. Reporter of Maria Medina on the federal report, mayor Sam Cardo described the report as a call to action to change their approach and double down on the solutions that are working while asking residents to also change. They're not in my neighborhood attitude. The only way we solve this is by embracing the responsibility. We all have mayor says the city and county added. More than seven thousand low income housing. But that more temporary housing needs to be Bill more than twenty five thousand people were counted. As homeless in January border patrol has ships, its first plane full of migrants to San Diego with a surge of Silom seekers ice border patrol flying migrants from the Rio Grande valley in southern Texas to cities across the country as seeing that unfolded in San Diego, one hundred migrants arrived for processing, this comes one day after to south Florida counties were upset with a plan that would bring thousands of migrants. There officials say they're also considering places like Miami, Detroit, and buffalo all areas that lean heavily democratic a stolen letter dating back to the revolutionary war has been found. He had a hand in getting the constitution approved and once wrote this well adjusted person is one who makes the same mistake twice without getting nervous. Some of Alexander Hamilton's, other words have resurfaced in the form of a letter that was stolen more than seven decades ago, an auction house. In Virginia contacted the FBI after a South Carolina family, tried to get the letter on the auction block. Now, it's in the hands of FBI agents in Boston federal prosecutors are asking for the letter to be returned to its original owner the Massachusetts archives. Wendy CBS news. WCBS news. Tell him twelve fifty to your home for the best insider coverage of the two thousand nineteen PGA championship lives on the Gulf section of radio dot com. Oh week. Brought to you by national car rental official partner of the PGA. Head to radio dot com right now for behind the scenes access. Brought to you by national car rental, including clear interviews, Keegan Bradley coverage of the practice rounds and PG junior day, plus nonstop action to all four rounds in the two thousand nineteen PJ championship at Bethpage Black national car rental, go national go, like a pro. The beauty of a ballpark. You always dreamed of having may have finally come true with bay gardens, whether it's plans for your yard privacy trees to block out your irritating, neighbors, or maybe the front of your home needs curb appeal with one click, make your home more attractive with bay gardens online nursery. Forget lugging around trees and let bay Gordon's the northeast one source for flowering shrubs in privacy Tris delivered to your doorstep anywhere in the tri-state amazing selection, low prices use code WFAN. Get ten percent off your first order, visit bay, guards dot com and see what's growing on experience the excitement of celebrating fleet week at the intrepid Sierran Space Museum on period six for may twenty second to the twenty.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Radio dot com. The near total ban on abortion, that Alabama lawmakers have passed is just one of several attempts nationwide to challenge, rove e Wade KCBS, gentlemen reports on what is the court ruling could mean for Californians has been closely following developments in Alabama and other states from her post as director of Californians for life, Alabama in California, essentially, a world apart on the issue, proportion in yet. What we are seeing in Alabama and several other state all across our nation is increased recognition that the humanity of the child in the womb at narrow pro choice. California director, Shannon Hovis is watching closely to we are being new wave of extreme bans on abortion overall nearly thirty bands on abortion have been introduced past or signed into law, and that's Justice year. This is a moment in time. That is absolutely critical for everybody to be paying attention. She believes that given the composition of the supreme court overturning Roe v. Wade is not a matter of if but when, but both activists agree that Californians would see little change because abortion would then revert to a matter for states to legislate, gentlemen, KCBS. The jury in the ghost ship warehouse trial heard from an Oakland fire battalion chief yesterday. They also saw footage from another Oakland firefighter's helmet. Cam, the emotional testimony left family members in the courtroom in tears. The fifteen minute video from the firefighters helmet. Cam was ily quiet. There's darkness and a lot of smoke and the orange glow of flames, but no cries for help, and no rescues prosecutors allege the defendants are liable for the deaths of thirty six people because there was no time and no way for them to get out. Testimony continues today in one of the first studies to look at the impact of legal marijuana UC, San Francisco researchers found recreational pot can reduce chronic pain, but it can also lead to more injuries. And car crashes. We get the details from KCBS reporter Holly, Kwan. It's a good news. Bad news kind of study, UCSF researchers looked at twenty eight million hospital records from two years before and two years after Colorado, legalized pot in two thousand twelve they found no Mark increase in hospital stays, but a ten percent increase in car crashes and a five percent increase in alcohol abuse and injuries. They also found a five percent reduction in hospital stays for chronic pain. It's Jeff and one interpretation that seems reasonable is that having more access to cannabis may lead to more alcohol consumption and potentially more alcohol abuse steady author, Gregory, Marcus is the UCSF professor of medicine, interestingly, one of the benefits of legalization is that it empowers investigators to really start to understand the health effects and potential harm of cannabis. So there's a lot more for us to learn. I think also that this perhaps can inform policy. An informed strategies to try to mitigate any harm related to cannabis such as avoiding driving while under the influence in San Francisco. Liqun KCBS. Yes, in my backyard. It's the message from San Jose mayor Sam Cardo yesterday. The construction of new granny, flats that is KCBS reporter, Keith men, Coney was on hand for the announcement of the mayor's new proposal aiming to provide more affordable housing, samll Carter says his city is in a housing crisis. We know that one. He obstacle to our efforts to address this crisis building more housing, particularly housing is the cost of construction. That's why he's proposing a program that aims to make it easier for homeowners to create new weeks. Sensory dwelling units? Also known as granny flats the program would both waive certain city fees and provide forgivable loans for homeowners renting out the units to low income families homeowner, Monica nine years plans to build a unit on her property. It's like a win win the community wins. I invest in the community and the homeowner benefits too. Because it's supplemental income. There's a lot.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A massive winter storm with. Heavy snow and blizzard like conditions in the mid section of the country's causing lots of travel problems or than a thousand flights were cancelled in Denver where the airport is seen. Wind gusts up to eighty miles an hour and the Red Cross has set up several shelters and warming centers across Colorado and Wyoming, also hundreds of miles of roads in several states are closed. What conditions run from Colorado to the Dakotas to parts of Minnesota. You're listening to NPR news from geeky leading news. I'm Mina Kim. San Jose mayor Sam Cardo is calling for Santa Clara county to change its sanctuary policy following the arrest of a local murder suspect who federal immigration. Authorities had ordered detained nine times. The Carter says he doesn't believe local authorities should be enforcing immigration policy. But he says the county should not ignore detention requests by immigration and customs enforcement in the case of violent felons all were asking at the county pick up the phone when a violent felon is about to be released into a community to. Sure that entire community immigrant and nonimmigrant is kept safe. Santa Clara county council James Williams said in a statement the county is prohibited from holding anyone in custody beyond their normal release date without a warrant. A special education teacher is suspected of refereeing fights in his Cloverdale classroom leading to at least four injuries. According to police Frederico Vargas was arrested Saturday night on multiple counts of child endangerment and contributing to the delinquency of a minor Cloverdale. Police sergeant Chris Parker says one fight was caught on video by a student at Cloverdale high school if someone comes up to you and says that yeah. The teacher in wrapping up fighting the classroom. You're kinda like excuse me. And then you see the video here. Like, wow. It's not okay bargains is out on bail and has been placed on leave pending the outcome of an investigation that could wrap up tomorrow for more cake..

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"It's eight zero eight one zero Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. By the way, weekend update showed Schumer. I prefer saying Shuma played by Alex Moffitt gloating over the recent budget deal the Senator, hey, check this out. So they mocked him. We'll get God live mocca democrat wears director. Senator then tweeted a link to the segment which had Moffitt holding up a smartphone and said good impersonation SNL. But got one thing wrong. I use a flip phone, which by the way is hilarious mocking of himself. He mocked himself saying, I'm such an old fart. I don't have a smartphone. I still have my old flip phone. That's. That's how you approach stuff like that self deprecating acknowledging make funny yourself a little bit have some fun. Dear Lord, President Trump everything makes you angry. Which apparently, I'm guessing a third of Americans agree with you on their angry about everything a mad that those Mexicans come here. I'm mad that there was a black man in the Oval Office. I am mad that the elites don't listen to me. I mad. The culture is changing. I'm mad that society changes. I mad the California's expensive to live in. Thank goodness. We have a governor. And a Senator and mayor and another mayor and another mayor who are all working on it. By the way. Are you not think I am? So look, you can have all kinds of issues with whatever. Are you not glad though to hear that? We finally have politicians mayor London breed mayor Sam Cardo mayor Eric Garcetti mayor. Libby chef. Senator Scott Weiner, governor Newsom, they're all talking about. Housing in dealing with how expensive it is here. I haven't seen governor Newsom get all thin skinned. When somebody makes fun of him. I have never seen that. How is it that we again lead the country? Yeah, we had some problems with an MBA. And environmentalism that led to an over-restrictive nature when it came to housing in our working on it. We are just we absolutely lead. California leads the way again in our politicians are leading the way, by the way to every single California politician, somebody makes fun of you. Guess what wall with it? Learn from Senator Schumer. I don't even have that smartphone. I got a flip phone. That's awesome. By the way, who doesn't want to go back to owning a flip phone. I am so telling you I heard who's making a flip phone again. I saw somebody's about to come out with a retro flip phone. I'm not kidding you. I'm super tempted to go that route smartphones are distracting, we waste tons of time on them. It makes us unhappy study after study after study shows all these things we I wanna be Senator Schumer. I wanna flip down. I get it. My old brick phone back though, the Motorola, the giant brick actually the startac was pretty cool that flimsy little plastic antenna. Remember when those were like the hot thing. Oh my God. Look at this phone. Of want that again. I had one of the was the razor the, Motorola razor. I loved that phone. It was actually a good phone. Texting so hard that little predictive the three, you know, the number one is the number two is ABC. If you to to take the two to three times can I t to to. Saying saying he hit two again to get the letter A because he had to pause, otherwise I thought you were just scrolling through and then. And then the letter n five five ever it was such a pain. So if they could do the voice the Siri built into a flip phone, so I don't waste my time on no offense to Jack. But I don't wanna waste my time on Twitter. Anyway, I think Alec Baldwin has a good question does using the word retribution constitute a threat on his safety. It could be all it. I haven't studied that one enough yet to to let you know where where I stand on. It anyhow, oh, by the way. Tune into Tucker Carlson tonight, forty minutes after the hour on his show beyond talking about our Golden State debating it with Tucker Carlson, so tune in for that. Thanks so much for listening to appreciate it. Dave and Caroline, my producers. Thank you, Chris on the board. Always appreciate it. I am Ethan Bearman. This is Katie away. Ten keep tune in for the Ron Owens report. Tucker fully.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Else that suggest anything other than benefits? We'll talk to Mary initial about a new book on savory truth, how food company skew the science of what we eat and how to separate nutrition facts from fiction. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Donald Trump is preparing to deliver his state of the union address before joint session of congress tonight. It's a chance for him to extol the accomplishments of his administration, and to reaffirm promises that will resonate with his base such as a continued crackdown on illegal immigration. His audience will include several Democrats running to challenge. Trump in the twenty twenty presidential race a classified report by the department of Justice and homeland security concludes that foreign interference efforts had no material impact on the two thousand eighteen midterm elections. As NPR's Ryan Lucic, Lucas explains. The conclusion was submitted to President Trump this week the bottom line conclusion in the report is that there is no evidence to date that any foreign government or foreign agent had a material impact on the integrity or security of election infrastructure during the midterms. It also concludes that campaign infrastructure was not affected. The Justice department and department of homeland security announced the findings Tuesday. The full classified report was submitted a day earlier to the president the departments worked with local officials over the course of the campaign to try to secure the elections and protect the vote from outside interference. The report does not appear to address foreign efforts to sway American voters through social media. The sort of influence operation that Russia conducted during the two thousand sixteen election Ryan, Lucas, NPR news, Washington. A hearing in the criminal case against former Michigan State University. President Lou Anna Simon is underway. Michigan public radio's shayna. Roth report Simon is accused of lying to law enforcement about what she knew about former MSU Dr a now convicted sexual predator, Larry Nassar. The attorney general's office says Simon lied or misled law enforcement to cover up a botched investigation by the school until Larry Nassar. He's a former university sports, doctor hundreds of women and girls say Nassar sexually assaulted them. Simon's attorneys say she's innocent. And that the AG's office is trying to put MSU on trial through Simon. The amount of wine. It's been done is overwhelming, but not by Simon. But by the prosecutor and the detective assistant attorney general Scott teeter says Simon is linked to MSU and its reputation. That's why she lied the hearing resumes in April when a judge will decide if there's enough evidence for the case to go to trial for NPR news. I'm shayna Roth in Charlotte. Michigan Virginia's legislature is facing one of its busiest days working on bills the process overshadowed by uncertainty over democratic governor Ralph north political future. He is under pressure to resign after the public learned of a racist photo in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook page, and now there's a matter of his Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax who is now defending himself against the sexual assault. Accusation allegation was initially circulated on a conservative website. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Tiffany Cam. High San Jose city officials have announced how they planned. To spend one hundred million dollars. They've collected for affordable housing kqeDorg. Tomorrow has more from our Silicon Valley desk provided the city council approves eleven proposed developments promised to add roughly eleven hundred apartments to San Jose's housing inventory. All those are going to be low very low or extremely low income union Sobe rat restricted that San Jose mayor Sam Cardo what happens next we've got to find more resources. You know, we came very close in the last election passing a half a billion dollars bond, which would have allowed the city to leverage even more development. Look says he may try again next year. Because even if all the affordable housing announced today gets built San Jose will still be just twenty percent of the way to meeting its goal of ten thousand such units by twenty twenty two. I'm Rachel myrow. Kikuchi news walnut. Creek city council plans to decide today whether to extend its bike sharing pilot program. E Ryan Lee reports walnut creek launched the program with a station lists bike company. Lime last may that agreement is set to expire at the end of this month. And that's before the city would be ready to consider a second pilot city staff are recommending that the city council extending agreement with Lyme through the end of August and enter into a deal with another bike share company. According to the city about nine thousand different people had used one of the bikes in the area as of last December a survey released in October found that seventy three percent of respondents supported the bike share program. The city council is expected to discuss the extension this evening..

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In me. And and so eventually one point we ended up going to my hotel room, the Washington Post investigated, the allegations in two thousand seventeen but did not report the story because they said they were not able to corroborate either Fairfax or the alleged victim stories. Fairfax said the allegations only research. Now because he may become governor. If north northbound steps down the alleged victim has not commented directly on the accusations attributed to her for NPR news. I'm Ben Pavia in Richmond. Governor of Michigan says she's reorganizing the State Department accused of causing the Flint water crisis almost five years ago. That's still being felt today. Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer says they need to be laser focus on cleaning up Michigan's water as well as reestablishing public trust right now communities across our state, don't trust the water coming out of their tap. And there's a real lack of trust in state government in Michigan state that is home to twenty one percent of the world's freshwater. There are parents who cannot beat their kids or give them a glass of water dinner table with confidence. The Flint water crisis has left folks. Still unsure if their water safe to drink and contaminants known as P fasts have cropped up in drinking water across the state. On Wall Street. Stocks finished higher today. The Dow was up seven tenths of a percent. This is NPR news. I'm Mina Kim. The city of San Jose announced today. Details for how it plans to spend one hundred million dollars. It's collected for affordable housing. He acuity. Rachel myrow has more from our Silicon Valley desk provided the city council approves eleven proposed developments promised to add roughly eleven hundred apartments to San Jose's housing inventory. All those are going to be low very low or extremely low income units. Be restricted that San Jose mayor Sam Cardo what happens next we've got to find more resources. We came very close in the last election passing a half billion dollars bond, which would have allowed the city to leverage even more development. Ricardo says he may try again next year because even if all the affordable housing announced today gets built San Jose will still be just twenty percent of the way to meeting its goal of ten thousand such units by twenty twenty two. I'm Rachel myrow. Kiki? Dee news north bay. Senator Bill Dodd is pushing for a statewide wildfire warning center. He's introducing a plan today that would aggregate data such as wind measurements and red flag warnings from public and private sources dot says recent disasters.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Three forty the metropolitan transportation commission will hold a special meeting with the city councils of Fremont Hayward, Newark, San Leandro and union city tonight, they will discuss ways to ease the housing crisis. The CASA compact brings together a diverse set of partners from the region's private and public sectors to build a political consensus. Around increasing housing production at all levels of affordability that plan projects that the East Bay region will see two and a half million more people what two and a half million more eight hundred twenty thousand new households and one point three million new jobs in just the next twenty years and tonight's meeting will be at the San Leandro senior community center on east fourteenth St. beginning at six thirty a two day homeless count will resume today in Santa Clara county is volunteers scour creeks and streets for the unsheltered KCBS has Matt Bigler was the only reporter who tagged along with mayor Sam Licadho as he participated in the homeless census before dawn, mayor Sam Cardo walk the streets of San Jose, counting the homeless on sidewalks in encampments, and in cars, we identified more than eighty five locations where we believe the homeless person was sleeping, but he acknowledged they. Probably missed a few the last homeless census in two thousand seventeen found over seventy three hundred transients living in Santa Clara county. It's probably a lot more than they had imagined. Marcia linn Becker is one of those who is likely counted? She.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Be able to get back to work because even though I wasn't furloughed. We work with other departments. And I wasn't able to get some of my work done. Well, very much on their minds. The possibility that furloughs are announced again mid month, if congress and the president fail to find a budget deal wall on Mexico border, or no all reporting live in San Francisco. Tim Ryan KCBS. Hey, San police in southern California looking for a hit and run driver who they say struck and killed a twenty one year old student from San Francisco state over the weekend had happened in Redondo beach, nearly one hundred friends and family members gathering for a prayer vigil for Angelina Pinedo Panetta was visiting her sister Redondo beach when this happened. Another sister, Martha Pinedo Torres says the family wants closure and what whoever's responsible for the death to come forward. Maybe sister head the most amazing soul. And I wouldn't be surprised if she would be here telling me to forgive that person was a twenty one year old SF state junior worked as a resident assistant in the dorms on campus. Also had a part time job at Daly city restaurant or family says she was majoring in sociology and plan to work with children. The long running debate over building height limits in San Jose may be coming to a head KCBS map Bigler reports. Live city leaders are at odds with airport. Commissioners over the issue of airline safety map. Good morning, Holly. Here's the concern if an airplane had an emergency during takeoff and couldn't gain altitude it could clip a high rise in downtown San Jose. That's why buildings are currently limited to only twenty one stories, but city leaders say that height limit is also limiting growth. They're pushing a plan to raise the height limits to thirty-five feet. I should say raise them thirty five feet up from where they are. Now in the downtown core and up to one hundred thirty seven feet near the proposed Google mega campus, mayor Sam Cardo told KCBS. Recently, we think that this is going to be critical for the development of the downtown. And it's also critical as we try to achieve a lot of goals around producing more housing but doing so in a way that does not create a burden out there and the morning and evening commutes, the higher height limits are also approved by the FAA nonetheless. The proposal was rejected by the airport commission last week one Commissioner telling San Jose spotlight. Are we willing to sacrifice safety to raise building heights? The issue will go before the community and economic development committee later today. Reporting live, Matt Bigler KCBS. Thanks, Matthew, Oakland school board scheduled to vote tonight on a controversial plan to close a number of schools in Oakland, including the roots international academy. The school district says this has to happen to close a thirty million dollar budget gap, but families and members of the roots school community say they weren't given any input on that plan. Critics say would displace middle school students forcing them to attend schools in some cases, miles away from their homes. A group opposed to the Oakland school closures demanding that state officials get involved in the process just ahead on KCBS. The continuing search for homes for Butte county's wildfire survivors..

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight to eight eight nine eight eight that's G O eight eight to eight eight nine eight eight. Thanks, ed. Ten thirty one at K G O ten. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. Double stabbing and arson suspect from Vacaville has died after being shot by police and Fairfield cagey. Terry rouse reports police say thirty eight year old Daniel, Holland is accused of stabbing a woman following an argument at a home on Alderwood way in Vacaville. He also reportedly stabbed a sixteen year old girl who tried to intervene. Holland and allegedly doused the home with gasoline with two other teenage boys and a four year old girl. Still inside started a fire and took off police say everyone was eventually able to escape the four year old taken to the hospital with burn injuries. Holland was found hiding in a wooded creek area by a canine unit when he attacked the dog with a knife. He was shot. The dog is expected to survive San Jose police brass are calling a new audit. And I opened that needs to be addressed. According to the city on it. The police department is not responding to emergencies fast enough. In fact, that report shows it's taking three minutes longer than expected to respond to life and death calls less urgent calls where even further. Off target. Police officials say it's a supply and demand issue. More calls fewer officers San Jose, mayor Sam Cardo is back at work at city hall after being seriously hurt in that bike crash. The Cardo was biking along Salt Lake drive on an SUV hit him on New Year's day, the driver remained, unseen neighbors. Helpless Cardo until paramedics arrived. He suffered a fractured sternum and vertebrae. But says he's grateful to be walking albeit with a back brace Cardo is expected to lead. Tonight's city council meeting. This news report is sponsored by credit karma. Get your truly free credit scores and free credit monitoring from credit karma today. Download the credit karma app. Now. I'm Brett burkhart if.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Schaub case CVS vortex of flame that swirled over reading this past summer. Was only the second documented case of a fire tornado or a fire NATO KCBS Holly Quan says U N Reno that's university of Nevada arena. Scientists studying that fire NATO phenomenon say that it had the power of a class three tornado. The study lays out step by step how the so-called fire NATO developed much like our regular tornado is formed this one combined wind shear and a fire fueled thunderstorm. Cloud that formed on top of the plume which then expanded from four miles tall to eight in fifteen minutes. Neil Leroux is an atmospheric scientists that you and are in this case, we had a sufficient radar observations, which we used in this study to look at this to actually the components coming together before the vortex itself formed, and it's kind of colonising step that it might give us a little bit of time for some early indications that something like this may happen. Now, it's a big challenge to to actually predict that something like this. This will happen. But we do have some of those tools in place in the hope is that we can kind of focus on this as a community and hopefully ad minutes to those evacuation warnings because with California yoyoing between drought too wet rainy seasons than dry winters. He says conditions are ripe for extreme fire behavior. KCBS a serial arsonist now faces more than twenty years in prison after being convicted of thirty one arson related felonies James Bishop of Pittsburgh in the east. Bay was convicted this week of setting fourteen fires in the East Bay cities of Pittsburgh, concord and walnut creek last year, contra Costa county, fire officials noticed an increase in vehicle. Fires. He became Bishop became a suspect after investigators reviewed security footage for homes and businesses near the fire scenes state health officials scanning a San Francisco neighborhood for radiation have found no health or safety risks. KCBS gentleman has an update this morning on the section of the former naval shipyard at hunters point, which is now a residential community. When the navy lost faith in the radiological cleanup work that a contractor performed inside the shuttered shipyard people outside demanded some testing where they live the California Department of public health where Dr Mark Starr's deputy director for environmental health obliged scanning for gamma radiation. The only types it could penetrate through the soil and the asphalt and honcker another materials that have been added to the sites of developed. That's only type of radiation that if it was there could expose people. And so that's what we scanned for they measured the radiation from the only. Non naturally occurring source detected and determined it was not a health hazard but residents like THEO Ellington are not satisfied or California Department of public health has decided to only surface scan. We're still asking for complete soil samples an independent review of those. So we've yet to get that in San Francisco lane KCBS directors voted unanimously to approve a new four year contract with Bart police. Officers will get a sixteen percent pay raise over the next four years. Bart police chief Carlos Rojo says a new incentive program will offer a ten thousand dollar bonus for all new hires and San Jose plans to issue new rules for electric scooter companies in order to curb scooter speeds and restrict areas where they can park the city council and mayor Sam Cardo say that the companies will either abide by the new rules or they won't get permits. The latest proposal will be handed to San Jose rules committee next week..

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Lawyer while the tenant is not wants to offer legal help for people whose landlords may be trying to evict them illegally. The program would also help those who don't know fiction protections, for example, because of a disability, and what happens often is they will get fiction notice. They won't understand that they have some legal rights, and because of the fear of having fiction on their rental record, which can totally impact your ability to get to rent a place, a future landlord is very reluctant to rent to a person that was formerly victim, very often, the person will just give up and by providing some level of legal assistance. We can help individuals who might be protected now under curry. Legal protections originally could prevent could provide them some representation if they facing eviction preceding can this proposal is modeled after new Oakland program called Cape, Oakland, housed Oakland. Mayor libby. Chef has said she hopes that program will render obsolete her controversial tough sheds program. The Oakland program comes with a nine million dollar price tag with most of that money going to ventilate assistance and smaller amount for legal aid, the cost of Skinner's program is yet to be determined. It's gonna cost money. We haven't pegged a dollar Mary yet that will have to work out over the process, and since it's offering people assistance. You know, I quite reasonable. And I it's not changing laws at the moment. We may add other components says the Bill goes through the process, but for now, it's basically offering a lifeline to people. So that we help prevent them from becoming homeless because it costs us so much more to deal with the provide the services or get a person house to it's become homeless. SBA teen is just one of a raft of bills lawmakers have already introduced to deal with housing and homelessness other measures deal with things like housing focused redevelopment housing construction near mass transit and even a measure declaring a right to shelter. So spells ability to baited phenome-, crews returned to session in January. On the state capital beat. I'm Christopher Martinez. The San Jose city council voted unanimously early this morning to approve a massive Google development. The vote to approve the sale of land to Google came after ten hours of debate and nine arrests of protesters who had chained themselves to chairs San Jose mayor Sam Cardo and the council of push for twenty five percent of the housing to be developed in the area to be affordable opponents urged the city not to approve the sale arguing it would contribute to the gentrification of San Jose. And the displacement of renters the San Jose Mercury news reports that construction could begin around two thousand twenty two and last thirteen years. Developer Phil Tagami has filed a lawsuit against the city of Oakland. It's the latest legal development and his stalled plans to build a terminal to ship coal from the site of the former Oakland army base Tagami is lawsuit claims Oakland may be liable for hundreds of millions of dollars for quote knowingly and unlawfully interfering with the plan development unquote last month. The city told Tagami it was terminating his lease to build a logistic centre and marine terminal the years long dispute centres on Tagami these once secret plan to export coal from the terminal..

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Former president George H W Bush died last Friday in Houston. He was ninety four years old. Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States is back in Washington DC for the first time since the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi we have more on this from NPR's. Michelle Kellerman, an embassy spokesperson confirms that ambassador. Khalid bin Salman is in Washington news of his return comes just a day after senators received a classified CIA briefing about the killing of Jamal kashogi many came away sounding confident that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, ordered the killing if he were in front of a jury Senator Bob corker said the crown prince would be convicted in thirty minutes. The crown prince's brother, the Saudi ambassador left Washington soon after Kashoggi's killing an initially told the Saudi line that the Washington Post journalist left the consulate in Istanbul, unharmed. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department from Washington. This is NPR from news. I'm Tara Siler. A Napa police officer shot and killed. An assault suspect this morning Napa police say they received report of an assault involving a man with a handgun at an apartment complex shortly before two AM. The Napa county sheriff's office has identified that man as Twenty-seven-year-old David Molina of Napa officers say they found Molina writing a skateboard nearby asked him to raise his hands and get on the ground, but he instead ran into another apartment complex, please say after giving chase some sort of fight took place the officer ended up shooting the man with his department issued rifle the San Jose city council has approved the sale of city owned property to Google for one hundred and eleven million dollars. So the company can build a campus downtown mayor Sam Cardo says the city didn't offer Google any subsidies and the company didn't ask for any. This is not the city of San Jose being subservient to anybody else. These are two parties that are fairly negotiating a deal. That is good for both and most critically good for the rest of the city. The vote came after protesters forced. The meeting to be stopped temporarily it reconvened, but with members of the public outside council chambers opponents like sandy Perry who's been holding fast in front of city hall to protest the deal say the city needs to use the land for affordable housing. The housing situation.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KGO 810

"Effective. But Dr Thompson says patients liked having the emojis as a means of communication for Mayo Clinic Radio, I'm Vivian Williams. This is K G O San Francisco. A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon, Alexa, open the K O. Eight ten scale eight o'clock at K O. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. Armstrong and Getty are going in depth on F B I background checks with a former FBI agent and a moment you're going to want to hear that conversation. First though here in San Francisco, the district attorney says he will not run for re election, the George Gasco and has cited family obligations as the reason he won't seek a third term. His current term expires at the end of next year. He says he plans to spend more time with family in southern California, including his ailing ninety year old mother. Yes, gone would have been facing assistant chief legal counsel. In the sheriff's department says he loved us who has already secured the endorsement of Maryland and breed along with two others HBO's. Terry rouse reports he has served nearly eight years in the position after being appointed to replace Kamala Harris who left to become the state attorney, general speaking of election, San Jose, mayor Sam Cardo is supporting a measure that would push back the mayoral race. The same year as the national presidential elections in twenty twenty four that would mean he would hold onto the position for an extra two years. However, some Republican leaders say they are getting phone calls from people who see the move as a power grab. It's unclear whether the measure will ever make it to the future ballot. But the city's rules commission will discuss the idea today a class project has some angry and a southern California middle school under fire. Here's Jim Roope. Some three quarters of the students at Cesar Chavez middle school in oceanside are Hispanic. So when four students came up with a deportation themed board game as part of a class project. Well, there was reaction. Expletive work Danielle's apperaed of a twelve year old who brought the project home saying he was uncomfortable about it. And she wanted to throw the object of the game was to be the first player to cross the border into the US avoiding border patrol checkpoints. And in the game. The players go to the bomb shop to blow up a wall to cross the border. The principal has said the students were merely leveraging a current event, but the school will use this to teach them a life lesson. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. The air force has warning you to be prepared for unusual sights and sounds this weekend as SpaceX attempts. Its first return of a rocket to a launch pad on the west coast. A SpaceX falcon nine rocket is scheduled to launch a satellite into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force base at seven twenty one Saturday evening. A falcons first stage will then fly back to Vandenberg and sat down in a landing zone on a coastal base. Hopefully, but it should produce one or more sonic booms. You can thank the blue angels for the loud booms here in the bay area this weekend for the culmination of fleet week. We'll check in with Mark Nieto next on cagey. Do.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sixty k sfo uber agreeing to an expanded settlement with federal regulators for data breaches the company will have to notify the federal trade commission of customer data is exposed in future incidents uber has been criticized for the way notified customers about how it handled their data the mayors of san jose and anaheim have a friendly wager going on who's going to win round one of the stanley cup playoff between the sharks of the ducks have san jose wins anaheim air tom tate will set a box of cheerios anaheim food truck donncha rose for san jose kids to enjoy and if the ducks win san jose mayor sam cardo will send to anaheim boxes of eggo waffles which were invented in san jose each mayor will also donate one hundred dollars toward a charity helping homeless people in their opponents city and the sierra has been hit by late snow could be a great we can hit the slow the slopes that is in fact right now official weather forecast from our award winning staff meteorologist weather forecasts for the bay area today sunshine warmer temperatures as well some readings in the seventies today looks like we'll see similar weather for tomorrow will knock that temperature up a few degrees as well under sunny skies sunday you'll notice a few clouds drifting in but otherwise it's going to be a dry beautiful day could see some rain in the bay area sunday night but in the meantime enjoy your weekend certified by the american meteorological society of your staff meteorologist at on this open line friday i will now appropriately hang up on myself we're sorry your call cannot be completed as dialed please hang up and try your call again this hour like everything that brings progress the greatest struggle is always with ourselves if you're looking.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Kcbs news time five ten are tuesday newswatch continues they closure of a fairly large drugstore in downtown san jose points to the problem of a lack of retail space in the downtown corridor kcbs says jennifer hodges reports it's been an issue for years but now even more so as thousands of people move into luxury high rises in downtown san jose there's bars and restaurants but where do you shop there is optimism though as in if you build it they will come that from kim walla she can omic development director for the city of san jose we have jewelers and clothing stores and food stores in downtown already but we look forward to having more critical no mass where it will fill in even more retail will merge as we draw critical mass of people to live downtown san jose mayor sam cardo and really created downtown neighborhood that's what's happening now and this is a process it's gonna take time the walgreens on santa clara street downtown recently closed and the old roster is being bulldozed for a high rise in san jose jennifer hodges kcbi wants the water levels in the river drop magazine academy officials plan to begin their search for a family who vanished last week after their car reportedly fell in witnesses say that maroon vehicle going southbound on one zero one went over the side of a turnout and into the river san jose police say that four members of the thought of philly family have been missing since friday and have not been heard from since thursday and they were driving a maroon or burgundy twenty sixteen honda pilot according to a facebook post their last known location was the klamath redwood national park area a man being denied permission to return to the s from mexico has filed a lawsuit claiming he was misled by a wavering of pain before travelling there marker viata who was brought to the us illegally as a child says he traveled to mexico to be interviewed by the state department there about obtaining permanent legal status after marrying a us citizen he says he was granted a waiver that would have allowed him a quick return to the us he also says he told authorities about a prior visit to mexico for his grandfather's funeral but was denied.

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"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sam cardo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The brand new dragons satiny skin waiting for it to be brought to light dole dragor was gilo where tarasov trying to timber goes as a as a sponsors emergence in all the majority decide to all this by dragon because of the year two thousand eighteen meeting chinese you know yearly arguing ifad gaza eight jeff fought is a good is a good luck number 8 hence the dragons length two hundred eighty eight feet and number of dancers inside 48 after an energetic lap around fort smith square they are taking a break until the chinese new year parade to saturdays from now in san francisco gento lane kcbs cbs meanwhile hundreds turned out at san hose a city hall in celebration of vietnamese heritage during this time of the lunar new year kcbs reporter betsy gephardt tells us that several vietnamese veterans highlighted the ceremony it was a mess stall gic ceremony dozens of attendees were veterans of the south vietnamese army and navy before they escaped to america after nineteen 75 they will worrying their old uniforms many older women were dressed in beautiful red and yellow dresses and stars colors of the south vietnamese flag we're proud to this way the researchers flag here we are for several years in honor of our residents and in honor of those who lost their lives through the war fighting for freedom fighting for democracy and fighting really for the very community that is emerging here in san jose mayor sam cardo and council members handed out commendations to the d it the meese forces alliance of northern california in san jose betsy gephardt kcbs sister ahead on kcp asked this is matt bigler how santa clara county hopes to reduce water usage by another thirty percent in the coming decades here first for traffic at kcbs so let's update your friday drive now with cheryl rains a lot of people trying to.

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