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"san francisco county" Discussed on WTOP
"Robertson has died in Los Angeles. He was 80 years old. Some people behind San Francisco's steel bars are suing the city over the right to sunlight. KCBS's Matt Bigler. The inmates of the San Francisco County claim the denial of sunlight amounts to cruel and unusual punishments and that lack of vitamin D has been linked to chronic chronic illnesses. The inmates are demanding that jails end isolation practices and allow more out of cell time. In South America, an anti -corruption presidential candidate has been shot and killed at a political rally in Ecuador. It happened Quito, in which is the capital which despite having an increase in crime is not seen as somewhere that has seen the dramatic escalation that some of the port cities have seen in Ecuador. Still, this was an outspoken presidential candidate 11 days to a presidential election. CBS's Cristian Benavides native who is of Ecuador. a In Haiti, kidnappers have freed an American nurse and her daughter this some two weeks after they were kidnapped near the capital of Porto Prince. Asian financial markets closing mixed. This is CBS News. Hire with minimal effort and max speed with Indeed. Their hiring solution platform helps you attract, interview and hire candidates efficiently. Visit indeed dot com slash credit. Some people won't give you the real talk on drugs, but it's time we know the facts. Fentanyl was is killing people. It's a powerful opioid often made illegally and commonly mixed with illicit drugs. can It even be pressed into counterfeit pills that resemble prescription medications. Just two milligrams about the of size a few grains of sand can potentially be lethal. This isn't an ad to scare you, but it is an ad to make you think twice. Get the facts. Go to realdealonfentanyl .com. This message is brought to you by the Ad about it. WTLP at 303. On Thursday morning, August 10th, 2023, Spotty showers and storms develop as we head through this day. It'll be hot, but still mice, we're told. the high of 80 degrees. We're at 70 in Washington now. Good morning to you. We thank you for taking us along for your early 3 a .m. our ride. Stopping the stories we're following for you as we roll into this early morning
"san francisco county" Discussed on WTOP
"Music at the same time as sounding like something that was entirely fresh. Rolling Stone contributor Anthony DeCurtis. Robbie Robertson has died in Los Angeles. He was 80. Some people behind San Francisco bars are suing the city over the right to sunlight. KCBS reporter Matt Bigler. The inmates of the San Francisco County jail claim the denial of sunlight amounts to cruel and unusual punishment and that lack of vitamin D has been linked to chronic illnesses. The inmates are demanding end that jails isolation practices and allow more out of cell time. An anti -corruption presidential candidate has been shot and killed at a political rally in Ecuador in South America. It happened in Quito which is the capital which despite having an increase in crime is not seen as somewhere that has seen the dramatic escalation that some of the port cities have seen in Ecuador. Still this was an outspoken presidential candidate 11 days to uh election. presidential That is CBS's Cristian Benavides who is a native of Ecuador. we Well still do not have an ID but there's a lot of excitement around the Publix grocery store in Neptune Beach, Florida. is That where somebody bought the winning ticket for the third highest lottery jackpot in US history. More than a billion and a half over 30 years or 783 million in cash. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring system helps you attract, interview and hire candidates all place. in the same Visit indeed .com slash credit. Hi I'm Patricia Ferrick, president of FEC Bank. We understand small businesses need access to loans to support their growing companies. Did you know FEC Bank offers Lightning Lending, an advanced online lending platform for loans up to $500 ,000? Just a few steps and you will quickly complete the loan application. approved Once and your FEC Bank account is open, the loan is funded within 48 hours. Visit fvcbank .com. Member FDIC. WTLP at 1203. The Thursday morning August 10th, 2023. Welcome in. Becoming mostly cloudy this overnight early morning. Spotty hours by daybreak possible. 60s and 70s for the low. 79 in Washington now. Good morning to you. I'm Dean Lane. We thank you for taking us along for your midnight hour ride Thursday. Topping the local stories we're looking at for you as we ride into this morning together, a plan to turn
"san francisco county" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Pastor MacArthur did very bravely. Pastor Che on did in California. Pastor Rob McCoy, Pastor Jack Hibbs and a number of others. Mike McClure in the San Jose, San Francisco County area, they really risked everything. But most pastors in America did not. Now, again, I know some did. But to me, there there's a reckoning. In other words, what I seem to notice is that the churches that invite me to speak on my book Letter to the American Church and on the very subject we're discussing now tend to be churches that were very brave during this time. And almost every one of these churches tells me the same story, that their numbers have tripled and quadrupled because they took this stand. Whereas the churches that said, Oh, you know, this is not our battle. We're just going to go along with whatever the government tells us to do, that they're that they're suffering. Don't you find it amazing that so few heroes stood up like Pastor MacArthur? Because I really I guess this was a test for the church. That's how I see it. And I feel that basically the church failed. So here's a story in the film The Essential Church. And I hope folks, you will go to the essential church movie dot com and see the film and maybe invite your pastor or invite Christian friends, because we have to understand what we just lived through and we have to make sure that we don't. This is a battle that we have to continually fight. Absolutely. And perfectly said, Eric. And this is exactly why Pastor MacArthur and Grace Community Church made this documentary, because it also shows where the church has had to stand up against the encroachment from the state, trying to tell the church when, where and how it could or could not worship throughout a church history. And so it actually shows as well the Scottish Covenanters, their stories and some of the faithful in the whole context of church history that have stood firm that Christ, not Caesar, is the head of the church. And why this moment in American church's history and also Canada's churches and churches across the world during 2020, why this was our moment to stand firm in our time. And Pastor MacArthur said in an interview that I did with him on my show and also in introducing this film, I was actually blessed to be out in Los Angeles with him in his church, showing this to his congregation for the first time. And he said in opening this film, he said, I hope that pastors who didn't open their church will feel guilty when they watch this. And I hope that that's true, because this isn't just about covid. It's not just about what you think about the pandemic, what you think about the vaccine. This is all about what you think about the definition of whose church we're talking about. Is this the Church of Jesus Christ? And he is the head of the church. And he is the only one who tells Christians how we should worship or are we subservient to the state? And there is a great about 30 minutes in this film that goes through how the the elders of Grace Community Church tried to reconcile opening their church in opposition and defiance of the government at that time with Romans 13, which, of course, says that we should give unto Caesar what is Caesar's, but also give unto God what is God's. And I think one of the best aspects of this film is the reinforcement, not only the truth of the gospel of Christ, but also the truth about why the church is essential and why we believe in church polity, why we believe that Christ is the head of the church and that we are not in any way subservient to the state on matters of worship and matters of the nature of the church and its doctrines.
"san francisco county" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And parts of the nation. Here's AccuWeather dot com, meteorologist John ferric with the forecast. The June and July like temperatures are going to be in many of the same places today as they have been over the last couple of days. We expect to see plenty of sunshine and temperatures into the 80s for the Great Lakes, eastward to central New England. It is not out of the question a few places in the northeast again get close to 90 and surpass record highs for the date. A backdoor cold front sliding down from the north will bring an end to the extreme warmth across the New England coast, including in places like Boston, other place it will be cooler today will be the Virginia southward into North Carolina with an upper level low bringing more clouds and showers to that area. Showers are also expected to impact portions of Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama today, but any thunder should be fairly sparse. A place that desperately needs a dry day as a southeast coast of Florida, but again, there could be some thunderstorms popping up during the afternoon. Back to the west, warm 80s and a few 90s will produce the fuel force thunderstorms to erupt late in the day from eastern Nebraska, southward, Oklahoma, storms will be capable of producing hail, damaging winds, drenching downpours, the same storm moving in from the west will produce some rain over the dakotas, Minnesota with mountain snow over the rockies, a rare dry day is expected over the Pacific Northwest in between storms from Seattle down to Portland, farther to the south. We'll see dry weather in the southwest and across California with some sunshine. And that's the weather across America in San Antonio today, mostly glad in humid high 82. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, clouds break for some sunshine, cool, a high 66. And that's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com, meteorologist John Frick. I'm John trout, now 15 after the hour, this is America in the morning. Florida lawmakers have tightened the states abortion restrictions, voting to ban the procedure after 6 weeks of pregnancy. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports the bill now moves to the desk of governor Ron DeSantis, who vowed to sign it into law. Today we lead today we stand for life. We stand with mothers and we stand with Florida families and by your vote today, we change the culture of abortion to a culture of life. Well, not only ban abortion at a period where folks do not know they're pregnant at 6 weeks. But it forces you into pregnancy. But that decision should be yours, your family, your doctors and your faith and not politicians. We have no we should have no say in this personal private decision. The GOP controlled Florida legislature is already banned abortions after 15 weeks. This new measure further closes the window to just 6. Critics say that's often before a woman even though she's pregnant. But governor Ron DeSantis, a potential presidential candidate, indicates that he supports it just as he did the previous ban last April. Provide protections. For unborn children from abortion. There is a court challenge to the 15 week abortion ban, which added Florida to the list of southern states working to outlaw the procedure. And if abortion pills are used, patients would not be allowed to get them through the mail. Florida's bill does allow exemptions for the mother's life and cases of rape or incest. I'm Jackie Quinn. San Francisco police have arrested the man they say is responsible for the stabbing death of cash app founder bob Lee. Pamela fur reports, the suspect was someone familiar to Lee. Lee was stabbed to death in the rincon hill neighborhood of San Francisco in the early morning hours of April 4th. Some even thought it may have been a random street crime, but it wasn't. Police chief Bill Scott told reporters. Homicide investigators developed information that identified the suspect. As 38 year old nima momeni of emeryville, California. He says the two knew each other. However, we will not be able to provide further details at this time regarding the evidence. That confirms that information. Now, California Secretary of State records indicate that momentum has been the owner of an IT business, which according to its website, provides services like technical support. Meanwhile, prosecutors taking to task people like Elon Musk for criticizing the city for violent crime in the streets, since this crime apparently wasn't like that at all. We all should and must do better about not contributing to the spread of such misinformation. Without having actual facts to underlie the statements that we make. Police say mom was arrested without incident, taken to the San Francisco county jail and booked on one charge of murder. I'm Pamela
"san francisco county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Trump is in town for a civil or a criminal case, we feel it's important to come out and hold him accountable. Trump is at tis James's office for another deposition regarding James lawsuit which alleges he and the organization misled banks about the company's net worth to obtain favorable loans, a favorable loans I should say in tax breaks, Trump already taking the 5th at a previous deposition and has called the suit politically motivated. The wildfire burning in west mill for New Jersey now 30% contained after scorching 250 acres. Right now we do have high confidence that the work that we're doing to put containment lines around the fire and to suppress some of the hotspots is working well. New Jersey forest fire chief Greg McLaughlin says at this time no structures are threatened and no injuries have been reported. However, there is some sad news. Authorities say Sussex township firefighter, Tony Devon, died after fighting a brush fire in wonton for our department officials say he responded to two calls yesterday morning and later died at his home. And at least a dozen different fire departments are fighting a wildfire in Orange County and broke out earlier this afternoon officials say dry conditions and winds seem to be feeding the flames in the south blooming grove with officials using water from a nearby Lake. A suspect is under arrest for the murder of cash app founder bob Lee. San Francisco police chief Bill Scott says 38 year old tech entrepreneur, nimai, has been booked on a charge of murder. We can confirm that mister Lee and mister mo many knew each other. Police did not share further details about their connection with many is being held without bail at the San Francisco county jail. And Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell will be on Capitol Hill next week when the Senate returns from recess. McConnell made the announcement today more than 5 weeks after suffering a concussion at a private dinner in early March. The Kentucky Republican said the chamber has important business to tackle and big fights to win. I'm Lisa Taylor. WBC news time 6 O three sports and your full forecast coming
"san francisco county" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"It's 23 minutes still and in Florida, authorities are searching for a motive in an Orlando shooting that took the life of a 9 year old and a TV news reporter covering the story. Details from correspondent John stillness. Orange County sheriff John Mina says they don't know why a gunman who was riding in a car with his cousin shot and killed a passenger in the back seat, then came back to the same neighborhood where the first shooting happened four hours later and shot three more people killing two of them, including a 9 year old girl and a local reporter covering the story, spectrum news 13 still in lions. It is unclear why he shot the first victim. It's unclear why he targeted those folks in the news media. And it's unclear why he shot a 9 year old and her mother. Lion's photographer was also wounded, he told investigators the gunman approached them as they were sitting inside their unmarked news vehicle and opened fire. The gunman then went to a home nearby and shot and killed 9 year old Tiana major and critically wounded her mother. Why did he do this? Why did he shoot those people? I mentioned that his firearm was empty and thankfully it was because I'm not sure if he would have kept shooting people in that community. Police body cam footage shows the 19 year old gunman resisting arrest and screaming that he couldn't breathe. He was taken for treatment, but later attacked medical staff. He is not cooperating with police as they search for a motive. I'm John stolz. The Republican National Committee announced it will hold its first presidential primary debate in 2024 in Milwaukee. The RNC said it voted to hold the debate in August in the same city that will be the host of the 2024 Republican National Convention, as for the debate, The Washington Post reporting that RNC chairwoman ronna mcdaniel plans to require all candidates who take part in the debate to first pledge their support to the party's eventual nominee. Former president Donald Trump has already said he would not commit to supporting the winner if he loses the nomination. It's 21 minutes still, we turn things over to John trout, discussing corruption in San Francisco and how to combat it. Jonathan Madison worked as a professional policy staff for the U.S. House of Representatives, in addition to being an attorney in the state of California, he leads a prison ministry at the San Francisco county jail. And mister Madison has recently written an article in The Epoch Times entitled, welcome to San Francisco, the new Gotham City. Well, mister Madison Gotham City had rampant crime and little police presence. How do the two compare? Absolutely. There are a number of comparisons, John. I'd say that the number one distinction or comparison rather would be hypocrisy at its finest for both San Francisco and Gotham City. You know, in Gotham City, for all The Batman fans out there, there was rampant crime and corruption, and yet you had a system political machine, if you will, that represented they were there for the lower and middle class and that they were a place a refuge for social justice. And in fact, that's just the opposite of what's happening there. It's really a city that's become disguised as the safe haven for social justice and the middle class, fighting for the working class, but yet you have homeless encampments, hence you have feces on the ground. It's just so bad and the floor will. Anyone who's heard about San Francisco and hasn't been there in the last three decades would come there today and I assure you you would say, this is not the place for reference as the golden city at one point in time. This is now a place that represents very much what Gotham City appeared to be in The Batman. How would it be politically advantageous to let a city fall apart? It's really just the politician to blaming others for what they're allowing to happen. Allow it to happen and then step in with the answer. Yeah, you said it. And that's exactly what they do. They allow it to happen. Let's take crime, for example. San Francisco is one of the leading cities that's been advocating for a defund the police movement. And rapid crime and corruption has gone to an all time high. Property crimes and my car was broken into fairly recently. In front of my office. Miss San Francisco. Wait a minute. You lead a prison ministry. You're trying to save people from going to prison as an attorney, then helping them in prison, but you get your car broken into by a would be criminal. Absolutely. Absolutely. And right in front of a security guard rather. San Francisco is basically this purported safe haven, just like Gotham City, that has allowed primary corruption to just take on its own. Its own form. And they're not doing much to address it, unfortunately. The populace of San Francisco by and large. Are they supportive of defund the police? Is this why the politicians are moving that way because they see a political base whom they can rally? Or is this a personally held political belief by the politician? The defund the police movement has now been sort of trickling back, if you will, because there's a silent, you can call them the silent minority if I just call them people with common sense. We need an adjustment. And we need a police department that can enforce Law & Order. So there's been sort of a movement of wage on. From that system, but it's really politicians who are advocating for the interests of a very far left. Anyone with common sense would say we need Law & Order to keep our families safe. I find usually that it's people that can help solve these community issues much better than politicians many times. I think the answer is people in San Francisco need to continue to step up and vote and be an active participant in politics no matter how frustrating it can be if I can make one reference to something that happened fairly recently, which was a step in the right direction. If you recall the school board in San Francisco, there was a big movement by parents who rejected people on the school board. They weren't prioritizing the education of students, but were prioritizing their own interests, renaming institutions or whatnot. And those school board members, I think it was three of them, were removed. A handful of silent minority of people, parents with common sense. Got together and said enough is enough. So I think that's more of that is what we need to have a job. Check out the
"san francisco county" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And in Florida, authorities are searching for a motive in an Orlando shooting that took the life of a 9 year old and a TV news reporter covering the story. Details from correspondent John stillness. Orange County sheriff John Mina says they don't know why a gunman who was riding in a car with his cousin shot and killed a passenger in the backseat, then came back to the same neighborhood where the first shooting happened four hours later and shot three more people killing two of them, including a 9 year old girl and a local reporter covering the story, spectrum news 13 still in lions. It is unclear why he shot the first victim. It's unclear why he targeted those folks in the news media. And it's unclear why he shot a 9 year old and her mother. Lion's photographer was also wounded, he told investigators the gunman approached them as they were sitting inside their unmarked news vehicle and opened fire. The gunman then went to a home nearby and shot and killed 9 year old Tiana major and critically wounded her mother. Why did he do this? Why did he shoot those people? I mentioned that his firearm was empty and thankfully it was because I'm not sure if he would have kept shooting people in that community. Police body cam footage shows the 19 year old gunman resisting arrest and screaming that he couldn't breathe. He was taken for treatment, but later attacked medical staff. He is not cooperating with police as they search for a motive. I'm John stillness. The Republican National Committee announced it will hold its first presidential primary debate in 2024 in Milwaukee. The RNC said it voted to hold the debate in August in the same city that will be the host of the 2024 Republican National Convention. As for the debate, The Washington Post reporting that RNC chairwoman ronna mcdaniel plans to require all candidates who take part in the debate to first pledge their support to the party's eventual nominee, former president Donald Trump has already said he would not commit to supporting the winner if he loses the nomination. It's 21 minutes till we turn things over to John trout, discussing corruption in San Francisco and how to combat it. Jonathan Madison worked as a professional policy staff for the U.S. House of Representatives, in addition to being an attorney in the state of California, he leads a prison ministry at the San Francisco county jail. And mister Madison has recently written an article in The Epoch Times entitled, welcome to San Francisco, the new Gotham City. Well, mister Madison Gotham City had rampant crime and little police presence. How do the two compare? Absolutely. There are a number of comparisons, John. I'd say that the number one distinction or comparison rather would be hypocrisy at its finest for both San Francisco and Gotham City. You know, in Gotham City, for all The Batman fans out there, there was rampant crime and corruption, and yet you had a system of political machine, if you will, that represented they were there for the lower and middle class and that they were a place of refuge for social justice. And in fact, that's just the opposite of what's happening there. It's really a city that's become disguised as the safe haven for social justice and the middle class, fighting for the working class, but yet you have homeless encampments, Pence, you have feces on the ground. It's just so bad and the floor will. Anyone who's heard about San Francisco and hasn't been there in the last three decades would come there today and I assure you you would say, this is not the place preference as the golden city at one point in time. This is now a place that represents very much what Gotham City appeared to be in The Batman. How would it be politically advantageous to let a city fall apart? It's really just the politician to blaming others for what they're allowing to happen. Allow it to happen and then step in with the answer. Yeah, you said it. That's exactly what they do. They allow it to happen. Let's take crime, for example. San Francisco is one of the leading cities that's been advocating for a defund the police movement. And rampant crime and corruption has gone to an all time high. Property crimes and my car was broken into fairly recently. In front of my office. Miss San Francisco. Wait a minute. You lead a prison ministry. You're trying to save people from going to prison as an attorney, then helping them in prison, but you get your car broken into by a would be criminal. Absolutely. Absolutely. And right in front of a security guard rather. San Francisco is basically this purported safe haven just like Gotham City that has allowed crime and corruption to just take on its own, its own form. And they're not doing much to address it, unfortunately. The populace of San Francisco by and large. Are they supportive of defund the police? Is this why the politicians are moving that way because they see a political base whom they can rally? Or is this a personally held political belief by the politician? The defund the police movement has now been sort of trickling back, if you will, because there's a silent, you can call them the silent minority if I just call them people with common sense. We need an adjustment and we need a police department that can enforce Law & Order. So there's been sort of a movement of wage on that system, but it's really politicians who are advocating for the interests of a very far left. Anyone with common sense would say we need Law & Order to keep our families safe. I find usually that it's people that can help solve these community issues much better than politicians many times. I think the answer is people in San Francisco need to continue to step up and vote and be an active participant in politics no matter how frustrating it can be if I can make one reference to something that happened fairly recently, which was a step in the right direction. If you recall the school board in San Francisco, there was a big movement by parents who rejected people on the school board. They weren't prioritizing the education of students, but were prioritizing their own interests, renaming institutions or whatnot. And those school board members, I think it was three of them, were removed, a handful, a silent minority of people, parents with common sense. Got together and said enough was enough. So I think that's more of that is what we need to have a job. Check out the article in The Epoch Times. Jonathan Madison worked as a professional policy staff in the U.S. House of Representatives. He currently serves as chairman of the Alameda county bar association real estate section beyond that. He leads a prison ministry in the San Francisco county jail, and he's the lead attorney at the Madison firm. He can be reached at Jonathan at the Madison firm dot com and I also assume you have a website. The Madison firm dot
Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home
"Is this attack on Paul Pelosi in his home in San Francisco And I want to comment on this of course it's a horrific thing And last reports are that he was hurt badly That his head was fractured his skull And that they expect him to make a full recovery Now here is William Scott the police chief at San Francisco cut one go At approximately two 27 this morning San Francisco police officers were dispatched to the residents of speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding an a priority well-being check When the officers arrive on scene they encountered an adult male and mister Pelosi's husband Paul Our officers observed Mitch Pelosi and suspect both holding a hammer The suspect pulled the hammer away from its below and violently assaulted him with it Our officers immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him took him into custody requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid his suspect has been identified as 42 year old David de Pepe Mister Pelosi and mister de pappy were transported to a local hospital for treatment This is an active investigation currently being led by the San Francisco police department special investigations division We are working closely with our partners from the FBI the U.S. attorney's office the U.S. capitol police and our district attorney here in San Francisco county DA brook Jenkins and her team The motive for this attack is still being determined Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges Attempted homicide assault with the daily weapon elder abuse burglary and several other additional felonies
"san francisco county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lyons is standing by in our 99 one newsroom, Hans. Thanks, Tim Paul Pelosi, the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi is said to be recovering from a violent overnight attack in the couple's San Francisco home. Speaker Pelosi was in Washington with her protective detail at the time, San Francisco police chief Bill Scott says the suspect has been identified as 42 year old David to peppy. Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges. Attempted homicide, assault with the deadly weapon, elder abuse, burglary, and several several other additional felonies. Chief Scott did not go into any possible motive, but a person familiar with the investigation says the suspect shouted wears Nancy, where is Nancy before attacking Paul Pelosi. Elon Musk is now in charge of Twitter, the deal is final, and he's taken over as CEO, at least in the short term, Alex Webb with Bloomberg quick take says now the real work begins. How can he turn Twitter into a tech giant? Because at the moment, it's a $44 billion company, makes it at times ten times smaller by market cap than Facebook, considerably smaller than Google or Apple. He's a long way to go. Bloomberg quick takes Alex Webb, Musk says no accounts will be reinstated without being reviewed by what he's calling a content moderation council. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady today announced on Instagram, he and Gisele Bündchen have finalized their divorce after 13 years of marriage. She says they arrived at the decision amicably and with gratitude for the time they spent together. Global news 24 hours a day on air
"san francisco county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At their plant in Michigan here's Steve Patterson The company says it will start by ramping up production on Ella care and other specialty formulas for infants with food allergies saying in part we will ramp production as quickly as we can while meeting all requirements Operation stops for months ago over concerns over possible contamination Abbott now says the product should start hitting store shelves in a couple of weeks A team of police from San Francisco have arrested a robbery suspect in Taiwan Reporting the burglary happened at March at home in Bernal height San Francisco the 30 year old suspects accused of holding the homeowner against her will stealing her cell phones and forcing her to give him access to her bank account from which he transferred nearly $3 million to his account He's now back in the San Francisco county jail facing several charges evacuations are underway in eastern Philippines after a volcanic eruption The volcano and SARS salga and province launched smoke and ash nearly a kilometer into the sky for nearly 20 minutes today I'm Scott Carr The father of a ten year old Texas girl killed in the Yuval mass shooting is going after the company that made the gun used in the attack Lawyers for Alfred Garza are asking gun maker Daniel defense to provide information about its marketing to teens and children guards daughter one of the 19 children killed when an 18 year old gunman opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle last week inside rob elementary school a staff member of the school who hid during the shooting is also preparing a similar lawsuit Police continue to investigate a Saturday morning shooting at a north Phoenix strip mall that left a 14 year old girl dead and several wounded police say 8 victims are now recovering in the hospital Phoenix police sergeant Andy Williams says there appeared to be a party taking place in and around the mall at the time of the shooting so far no suspects have been.
"san francisco county" Discussed on KGO 810
"Up in just a couple minutes. Uh, the latest on the NFL weekend in regards to gambling. It's an interesting place we find ourselves. But right now, I was talking about just a minute ago to an attorney named Margie in San Jose about the slow wheels of justice and we're talking about The courts being backed up from Covid related stuff. And you said, Your experience is showing you that they're just not They're not getting to it. Is that it? Yeah. What happens is you've got limited personnel. You've got limited hours. And so you know, if if 1000 cases come into Santa. You know, San Francisco County in a day or 500 filings, right? And you've got, you know, 50 clerks, right, but or less. It just takes time and those things sit there. You're given notice that you That you've applied for a case file. But you don't get the case file for, like, five or six weeks, which means you twiddling your thumbs. You can't serve process. You can't do anything to educate file basically a court conformed copy of the complaint and summits and issued summons. The other thing that's happened over the last. Probably 20 years now, the course have been at least in California. But I'm willing to bet at the federal level two. They've been defunded radically. In fact, chip if you went to court today, and you had a hearing or even a trial, right if you wanted a transcript, a court reporter transcript you have to bring and pay for your own court reporter. Because they aren't the court doesn't provide them anymore. Are they audio taping him or digitally recording him at all? No, There's nothing there's you know, the judge will issue a minute order, saying, this is what I say happened and there's nothing there. That is a real record, except, you know, people's recollections of the attorneys notes. Yes, there's a court reporter say No, it's Ronald George, who was the chief justice back and he was chief justice. After 2011. He came out and I couldn't believe this. He made an announcement to the bar association that was like You know, or kind of a, uh, an editorial letter that said he cannot believe the way that the courts are being defunded. And I'm just resources are so scarce and then lastly, In California. But other states at the state level where privatizing our system of justice, everything's going to arbitration, private arbitration like jams or triple AIDS, you know, and the judges are going, man. You know, I could either continue to be a judge in Santa Clara County for $180,000 a year, right? Which is like at its just over minimum wage in this county. Right? Or I could go be a jams, Judge and make 10,000 bucks a day. You know, doing an arbitration doing private pay for arbitration? Why? Why would I stay here and have people yelling at me and have the public screaming at me and you know, you know, judges are corrupt when I could just go sit and really nice office and You know, do a great mediation and you know next thing you know, there's nobody doing the job either. Well, the truth is that sometimes that mediation actually works better. But I hear what you're saying. It works great. It's just but now forced arbitrations moving everything private. I mean, If you're an employee for, say, apple or Google or any big company, even any medium sized company. Probably a lot of small ones, too. You fire you cannot file a lawsuit against them. You've got to go to private arbitration. Will there be? Um, when this thing calls down, and, uh you know, we reached some sort of endemic sort of status. Uh, you see, going back to where it was, or will it? What? Stay kind of in this underfunded sort of. I don't know. You know, Libertarian dream like world I don't know. I can tell you this. It will. It's going to take even if everything went back to normal today, right? There's no more covid. And everybody's back on the job It's going to take. I think a matter of years to get caught up. We had a strike here in Santa Clara County, the court clerks and I think they were on strike for I can't remember. But it was, like two weeks or something right wasn't long. And the backup and filing was at least nine months like you would get a nine month lag out of a two week strike right? Just clerks filing stuff can defendants use this for earlier for, uh, is a constitutional denial of their right to speedy trial. I think that for criminal defendants. Usually the courts will give deference and you know, they put those people ahead of the line when there was the covid shutdowns. In 2020. That's what they did. The courts were not hearing at all any civil cases, but they did criminal and family law cases. So you get in to see a judge on those, But you know if you're suing somebody because the contractor to your house down and didn't build a new one, you couldn't do that. That was great stuff, RJ. Thank you. So much for the insights, buddy. All right, man, I'd be Well, thank you. But how about that right? People will get that. You know, you get some smart guys to help us do that, that that if you missed the beginning of this that was before the break I was talking about. I was reading about Prince Andrew and you know, he's he's denying the courts access to his legal team and Course. He was named for two women that said, under eight they had intimate relationships with him. They had sex under age at Epstein's place. There are pictures of him at Epstein's place, holding his arm around a 16 year old girl. It's not a good look..
"san francisco county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Heart radio app in your smart speaker. Kind of talking about the state of affairs in California right now, why it's a prime time because tomorrow's the last day to cast your ballot in the recall. There are a lot of issues to be thinking about. It really, truly is an issue driven movement, and I have to say I have to give credit. To the defenders of the status quo, who have labeled this as a as a Republican recall when in reality, there is a significant presence of independence declined to states and Democrats who signed the recall petition. Nothing close to the preposterous but a significant presence and, of course, targeting the the top vote getter, the anticipated top vote getter among the challengers as somebody with whom the people in California cannot live. Well, the options are still there. The opportunities are still there to let your voices be heard. Are you happy with the things we've talked about with the state of affairs is related to homelessness, crime and violence, crumbling infrastructure that the complete and total evisceration the criminal justice system, failing education, the predictability of insufficient resources to maintain sufficient levels of water. To maintain the wild land to minimize the likelihood of control fires. All those things there are within the control of the leadership of state government to one degree or another. Are you happy with the status quo? By the way, coming up in a little while the program we're going to be joined by John Cox just to get his final pitch as he wraps up his his campaign of meantime, let's get your calls. 803 4 15 30 Last is patiently waiting in the Sacramento landscape afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Sharon. Thank you for holding on Serve. Thank you for taking my call. My pleasure, sir. Can they were on your radio station? Forgive me. I have Sinus. Alright. Okay. They went to vote at our come in, or high school. And Bay said that the vote was already cast. Yeah, I've heard that happening in a couple of different locations around the state. In fact, I'm going to do a deep dive on that for tomorrow. I've heard it happening rather significantly in Los Angeles and San Francisco counties as well. So the solution to that is I mean, if you look at that, and I know that conjures concern Uh, with that tells us is that regardless of how you're going to vote if your votes going if your ballots going to be legitimately cast and cancel mine out, I wanted to count nonetheless. Right, So, yeah, if if you have any concerns along those lines, and it sounds like there's reason to believe you should have concerns. And I'll make it abundantly clear. I believe the registrar of voters doesn't extraordinarily good job. They try to get it right. But there are challenges. We are living in a rapidly involving society between paper ballots and electronic and all sorts of other things. The world in which we live has changed the mail out balance the ballot harvesting so many different So many different components that the solution to that if you have concerns, and I sense you do Lance is to to make sure that you do it the old fashioned way. I will personally be visiting The main elections office on 65th Street tomorrow with ballots for myself and my family. Uh, because I want to make sure that I do what I can to overcome any any challenges any potential conflict that could come up. That would compromise the outcome of the election. And again. I don't much care if if if I know that your ballot and I'm not suggesting you, Lance, But if somebody else's ballot is going to cancel mine out And you're a legitimate righteous voter. Your ballots should be counted. So make sure you do what you can to get it into the hands of the right people to make sure it's counted. Appreciate the call very much. Let's let's check in with Ray up in Sheridan, Reagan afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks for holding on, sir. Thank you. Speaking about ballots. I have a person that Has moved from our property and went to another property and he could not get registered, and he just received for absentee ballots in his own name. Uh, four absentee ballots in his own name. Yeah. I think, uh, How many times does that go on? I don't know. The good news is I don't believe now. Your shared interview. And are you in plaster or Yuba County? Okay, so actually, we've had the plaster county registrar voters on the program. He's a very responsible guy. And I think he runs his office. Well, so I have a pretty solid degree of confidence that those four ballots would not all be counted. I think one would. I don't know. I don't know what names they come in. But, yeah. She told me that they got four. So anyway, but the other thing is, you know what's blowing me away is the people of the United States and California. Are not liking what's going on, but they just think it's going to be taken care of. And it's not unless they vote correctly. Yeah. You know what You just said a mouthful there. I I'm at a loss. I don't understand it because I can't imagine anybody. Uh, who's living in the world in which we live? You and I live in the same state. Obviously, we see the same things and again depending upon where you find yourself. I do some traveling within the state. Not as much as I did once upon a time. But I do go from urban to suburban areas virtually daily, and I see the deterioration of all those things. All those things that are important to us. I see the way people are living in squalor on the streets and filth. And we allow that to occur. I see the extent to which, uh people who have Uh, absolute behavior, a basis of behavior that shows that they are a threat to you and me. Nonetheless, they're still running around. They're not being held accountable. They're not being held in custody..
"san francisco county" Discussed on Political Analytical
"Pink thing that yes that does allow law enforcement to go ahead and come on the landau. Yes it does sean. Cdc is not law enforcement. And i'm telling you right now. In order for the cdc to be able to come to your house and go door to door the fbi the cia. The health department ever. They have to gain help to do that. And there's only one organization in each and every individual county sheriff. Sheriff eddie i'm with the fbi. I need to go see it. Every resident in the state in your county to make sure that they've been vaccinated. We needed a sheriff's department to you. It was the sheriff's representative offbeat piss off. Be into that long. We're doing courtesy. We don't technically need. You're you're okay to do then. I'll tell you what go ahead and if we get a call on you. We're going to escort you off premises period and if they have no trespassing signs where you put them in cuss behind bars. Oh absolutely i would arrest him in a heartbeat. This that exchange between myself in any is what every citizen needs to have with their sheriff with the sheriff's deputy with every with every sheriff's deputy in your community. You have to know if you're shariff is going to have your back. It's not the city. Police city police cannot do anything. It is the sheriff's department sheriff's department more power and the city police correct. Yeah they do. They have a larger jurisdiction in all the cities or within that county the highest law enforcement official within that within your counties going to be the sheriff constables as well. They've got quite a bit of authority as well per county and per precinct. But the sheriff's offices where you're gonna need to actually look and actually call for assistance. If something like this does take place. I'm gonna tell you something else right now. The way it stands. Most sheriff's departments will not enforce any of these type of rules or laws. Not even san francisco county sheriff's department california. He's already came forward. And said he's not gonna enforce the mask mandate and which leads me to believe that a lot of people are starting to get tired of this bullshit and it's about damn time because we have been dealing police all right because we're going to be dealing with more and more of this crap as.
"san francisco county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Another all nighter on capitol hill. I'm him who so fox news. The senate is still voting on hundreds of amendments to a nearly two trillion dollar coronavirus relief. Bill that appears poised to pass late last night. A logjam extending unemployment benefits was broken after senate leaders and moderate democrat. Joe manchin struck a deal. Mansion has agreed to an extra three hundred dollars of unemployment benefits through september democrats and president biden need mansions vote to pass. The bill biden backs this agreement but potential changes could be a problem in the house if the bill tilts away from liberal priorities. Fox's chad pergram guest today and attempt to raise. The minimum wage fell short dual investigations into new york. Governor andrew. cuomo are moving forward. The state attorney general has reportedly told his office to preserve any documentation related twists sexual harassment. Probe also being looked at the governor's handling of coronavirus deaths among nursing home patients. The wall street journal essentially saying that. Cuomo's top aide somehow convince state health officials to alter nursing home data to only count deaths. That occurred inside those facilities and not patients who died after being taken to the hospital. Now the governor's office has responded to this report. They said they did that. Because at that time they could not verify those out of facility. Numbers fox's aisha's near the governor has rejected repeated calls for his resignation peaceful coexistence. That's the message. Being sent in iraq by pope francis and the country's top shiite cleric who met today in news off both leaders urging muslims to embrace iraq's christian minority security forces in burma or again using tear gas and stun grenades on protesters. It's been more than a month since the military toppled the government. America's listening to fox news as the number of migrants spikes at our southern border. The us is said to be considering housing unaccompanied children in virginia. The pentagon has not yet received a formal request but reuters is reporting unaccompanied migrant. Kids may soon be headed for a military base near richmond virginia. Hhs tells us hhs continue to utilize all available options to safely care for the children referred to us. These options include both short term and long term solution. Fox's peter juicy since taking office president biden has sought to dismantle his predecessors immigration policy. Many republicans are now urging him to reinstate a national emergency declaration for the southern border. Baseball fans in california will have the chance to hear the crack of the bat in person starting on april first which happens to be major league. Baseball's opening day california will allow people to attend baseball games and other sporting events in limited. Capacities disneyland is also planning to reopen as for all the headlines about people leaving california past year they weren't entirely accurate during the pandemic the flight of well-known people like joe rogan and alon. Musk out of california. Fueled speculation that many others might do the same but the data shows did not fewer people did move into california but there was no mass exodus out of the state according to the california policy lab which looked at credit data to discover that people moved more within the state for example san francisco county saw a large number of people move out. Net exits from the county increased just under six hundred and fifty percent but two thirds of them just moved to other bay area and most state and state as for the state as a whole roughly. The same number who left moved in until the fourth quarter when about twice as many left as entered. Fox's jessica rosenthal. I'm pam fox news. 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"san francisco county" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Don't know, but there's there's going to be and it's not gonna be this one. They're gonna come in and it's not gonna be thousands and sellouts like it used to be. But obviously With a lot of Bay Area counties going red here, including San Francisco County. This is this is coming where we're I'm gonna come out and it's gonna be a salad year where we were locked up. But the sports fans of the Bay Area in the country in the world are coming back now, you know, In some ways, it feels like it was fascinating. A lot of ways. It just feels like it took forever because I remember I'm trying to get the exact moments down, but it was I remember listening, and Tom was saying, OK, well, we're doing the Warriors game and there's not gonna be any fans. In the arena, and then it went from that in less in just a few hours to not only we're not doing the game with no fans. We're not doing the game period because I was that day It was March. The 11th. We really go bear thing, which is where we knew that was coming the night before the Warriors played They play the killer clippers on the 10th and got violated and we got kicked in studio. We couldn't go out to thrive. So we knew that was coming. And I think the Warriors announced that they're gonna have a fan list game on the 12th. And I think it was against Brooklyn. It was scheduled to be against Brooklyn. And red. Obviously. Did not happen. So it's just I don't know. It seems like the other thing is gonna be We've changed. I mean, in the last year we have changed how we conduct ourselves. Our business is conducted. And you know we're going to talk to make mixing in the voice of the Carolina fan Thers and You know the 40 Niners the report from the athletic in Charlotte, as they reached out to inquire about Teddy Bridgewater. So it's not just if they, you know, are all it onto Shawn and they cut Teddy Bridgewater. This is about making a trade. So it is really intriguing on several levels and I watch Teddy Bridgewater's several games last night and he has improved. He has gotten better. I think he and Jimmy really comparable players, but the point I'm making is If you're gonna trade for Teddy Bridgewater. One of the things I think you want to get a handle on is are we gonna have any normal off season in the NFL? Wher go back where it's actually on field work that would be less inclined to make a major change a quarterback or any change. Quarterbacks gonna be major. When you know I got to get this guy on. Not only have to speak with our offense, but he's got a Have rhythm with my wide receivers and timing. It's such a timing based thing. You know, s O. And I think you're going to see in the NFL. They're going to use this as a way for veterans, Dennis not take part. And you know, th there is going to try to eliminate it. And the easy thing would be to say it's gonna be safe to do it that way. So once we do come back and start to play again, John and fans are allowed in. What elements of what we've been forced to do. For the last calendar years coming up on Are we going to do anyway? Even though we're no longer forced, whether it's because of the you know that the reasons that are holistic and stopping the spread of the virus still, which is still out there, or Are they merely a way to circumvent something we've been doing for a long time that you know a certain member of our union. The veteran players in the league don't want to do anymore. So that's that's gonna be fascinating is what Things have we've been forced to do the last year we will continue to do beyond the time when we can go back out in public safely. Well, one of the things that was interesting that I didn't read about today was obviously we were talking about this yesterday because the Golden Globes and how different things are. With movies not being released. Movie theaters not being opened. A lot of the you know services and so forth are releasing these movies. Disney CEO said today that there's no going back that while there will obviously be movie theater releases That Ah lot of these things will be released the way they're being released. Now. I don't know exactly how you know they make the same kind of money off it that they do in movie theaters. But he said that because of this, and as you just pointed out all the different things, whether they be sports are not regular life. Obviously working from home a lot more people are gonna be working from home. Regardless, they've They've shown that there they have an ability to work from home. So you know a lot of lot of things over the last year that have been done. Obviously, we're looking to get out of the house, but a lot of things specially from a business standpoint. Are going to be. You know, we're going to say we've mentioned media bunch of times. Are they going to spend as much money? Our company's going to spend as much money to put as many guys on the road and I wouldn't think so. As far as games and everything and then are even as your model is okay. You know, we can have fans back in the stands. What are you gonna be comfortable, You know, having every of every suit taken, and that's 6 ft apart, but six inches on top of each other..
One Medical's Coronavirus Vaccine Practices Spark Congressional Investigation
"Are investigating a major healthcare provider that led people jumped the line to get covid nineteen vaccines. They're following up on an npr investigation of one medical documents. Show that company administered vaccines to ineligible patients. Some of whom had connections with company leadership. Npr investigative correspondent. Tim mack joins us now. Tim good morning. Good morning what lawmakers want to know. So basically this is a subcommittee. That's led by congressman. Jim clyburn this is the house. Select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis. And what they're really looking for is evidence that the company intentionally distributed vaccines to ineligible patients across multiple states which is incidentally one of the conclusions. Npr investigation published about a week ago. One of the committee's concerns is that there should be an equitable distribution of vaccines one that prioritizes those most at risk in society rather than the wealthy or well-connected and so the committee is giving one medical two weeks to provide documents about their vaccination practices. One medical of course is a primary healthcare provider that is publicly traded and valued in the billions of dollars. It's business model is to provide tech driven primary health care for members who usually pay about the two hundred dollars a year in. Okay so you you pay this fee. You can go to the doctor when you need a checkup or whatever they were also helping to get vaccines out there. But now here they are giving the vaccines to the wrong people. What does that mean for. Local health departments that were using one medical as a distribution source our distribution channel right so we reached out to every local jurisdiction where one medical best business. We found that eat. Local jurisdictions have cut the company off from vaccine. Allocations are not planning to work with them again in the future. For example san francisco county made the unusual move of not only halting apply vaccine so the company but also demanding one thousand six hundred and twenty doses back in san mateo county said it had done an investigation and found at one medical had vaccinated seventy individuals who are eligible to be vaccinated at that time it to stopped the allocation vaccines to the company. So those are just a couple of examples.
"san francisco county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for being with us from the old Julie stand that we're talking about. Having an understanding for How the actual program works. What house keys does and really using this opportunity to sort of talk about the type of population that we focus on from an income standpoint, because Lot of what happened with government shutdown toe Have you know one of the longest in history and to really be in the front of the media was when workers started losing paychecks right or they started not getting paid. Their typical You know, paycheck on time. That's when a lot of this came to you know how much How close are people too? Being in financial trouble? If they're only one check away right? And so just just to give a little high level statistical analysis on this one estimated 800,000 government workers missed their paychecks for the first time. Last week. The typical federal employees ARNs $37 an hour about $79,000 a year about $6400 a month, civilian worker workforce is estimated to be as many as two million workers. 1.87 million to be exact. Based on the Office of Personnel Management and California employs about 152,000 federal employees, So we're talking about a lot of people here. And having this very public not getting your paycheck totally on the front page of the newspaper. We started getting into bigger conversations about cost of living and people struggling to get by and affordable housing, which is really at the center of a lot of the talk politically. Right now, you've had the governor make a demand to the private sector and even government sectors and make sure That cities are doing their fair share to be able to produce enough housing. You've also got the private sector. Really making some large announcements of Microsoft announced a $500 million commitment to help with affordable housing and that challenge I was at the Commonwealth Club last week. And they're they're trying to raise. You know how over you know, nearly half a billion dollars to meet the same cause. So you've got ah, lot of money. You've got a lot of policy. You've got a lot of legislative activity around affordable housing and specifically around. What are we doing? What we call the working in middle class. And that is legally legally defined, and that's what I wanted to make sure everybody understands that's legally defined. Based on the amount of income in the household size. And that's done in a few different ways. The state of California issues their own report every year or or chart every year from the Department of Housing and Community Development. Where they say Okay for the year. We're going to give you the median income. So last April, they issued median income numbers for every single county in California. They have not done so, so far in 2019, so most of us is still operating from 2018 numbers. If I look at the five counties that were focused in this latest Bay Area effort, it was Alameda County Contra Costa County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County and San Francisco County. So walking through that Just so you get a sense the median income in Alameda County's 104,400 when we say median, that's for four person household, right. So for one person household in Alameda County, that's 73,100, but I'm going to be using the four person median. Just to do a quick comparison County to county So Alameda County's 104,400 Senate, Clara County is 125,200 Contra Costa County is also 104,400. San Matteo County's 118,400 San Francisco County, Samos San Matteo is 118,400. So the state of California Takes all of the incomes in the state by county and gives you the median number half the incomes are above that number. Half the incomes are below that number, and then they tear it up by the number of people in that household, so that could be one person all the way to a person. So when you get a median household income for a family, people typically use a four person as that Median number. But there's 123567 and eight Also in that same chart that you can you can look at. So if I'm just talking about one person household. Alameda County 73,100. Contra Costa County is also 73,100 Sam Matteo counties 82,900. So it's San Francisco 82,900 Santa Clara County 6 87,050, so a little bit higher in Santa Clara County. Sampson, Gohan San Matteo have the same. Alameda and Contra Costa County have the same. So that's kind of the lay of the land of the Bay Area. One person makes between 70 and 80 $88,000. Four people make between 104 $125,000 based on the media number. So when they come out with that median number Then they tear Above or below that number, so below the median number is extremely low, very low and low. Which is extremely low is about 30% of that number. Very lowest. 50% of that number number and low income is 80% of that number. So that's how they break you down. So either you're 80% of median. 50% of median, or 30% of medium to be considered extremely low, very low and low. Now, if you're above median, the cap for most Programs right now is moderate, which is supposed to be around 120% of the median income number. I say that because it's important to understand that the numbers are not right on the dial. 120% or 80, or 30 or 50 year. It's basically a number that has some cost of living adjustments, so you may end up with one or 2% points above a blow. So that's why there's always a legal limit, or there's a percentage. So for all of you listening right now. If you were to go to my house keys dot com and entering your income.
"san francisco county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On Wednesday is a mob stormed the capital and fresh the halls of government. As I have consistently said throughout my administration, we believe in respecting America's history and traditions. Not tearing them down. We believe in the rule of law, not in violence or writing. However, Democrats and some members of Trump's own party say the attacks that cause several lives can be traced right back to him and his quest who have the election. He lost a Joe Biden Overturned. That's why the Democratic led house is pressing Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment to remove Trump from office. Now pencils show no sign of going there so the House will move to again. IMPEACH Trump As NPR's Susan Davis once an impeachment resolution passes the House, there has to be a Senate trial once they informed the Senate. There's no way around it. So it is a complicating factor for Democrats of how are they going to balance the likelihood of a Senate trial and the 1st 100 days of the incoming Biden administration in which they have a very ambitious agenda? They want to get started on, and they really need to get Joe Biden, his Cabinet nominees confirmed. The judge overseeing the trial of former police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and May has pushed back the trial of three of the officers. We have more from Minnesota Public Radio's John Collins. Four former officers charged in Floyd's death was scheduled to go on trial in March, but Judge Peter Cahill ruled that two separate trials are required due to covert 19 restrictions. Former officer Derek Sheldon will keep his March court date. He's charged with murder and manslaughter in Floyd's killing. Three other officers are charged with aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter and are scheduled to go on trial in August. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison's office is prosecuting the former officers. He said in a statement that he disagreed with the judge's decision to have separate trials for NPR news on John Collins in Minneapolis. The Dow is closed up 60 points. You're listening to NPR news. Live from KQED news. I'm terrorists. Tyler. The death toll from the cove in 19 pandemic in California has reached 30,000. State health officials say A quarter million state residents are testing positive weekly. While many hospitals are stretched thin from the latest surge, Governor Newsome says hospitalizations leveled off in the last week. They dropped from about 3500 Day earlier this month to about 2500. State says vaccinations are about to shift into a higher gear. Newsome has vowed that a million shots will be administered. This week, The San Francisco Department of Public Health will start to offer Cove in 19 vaccinations to under insured and non insured people. Age 65 over starting this week, Director of Health Dr Grant Colfax announced the move today. After the federal government also recommended broadening vaccinations in this age group at this time, he said, This move is on Lee for the most vulnerable people in this group carried forward by the city's health network. People 65 Years of age, not on Lee account for 15% of covert 19 cases, but Account for over 80% of San Francisco's covert deaths and nearly half of her hospitalizations, Colfax Colfax also said all residents of Laguna Honda Hospital, the nation's largest skilled nursing facility, Have been offered the first dose of the vaccine, he said. The remainder of residents and skilled nursing in San Francisco County are expected to be offered coronavirus shots by the end of the week..
"san francisco county" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"13,512 new infections were reported in the last 24 hours. And 224 more deaths and all. Los Angeles County has more than 840,000 Corona virus infections and at this rate is slated to hit a million before the end of the month. In weeks more than 11,000 Angelenos have died from covert 19. L. A county officials warned the staggering increase of infections will further strain and already beleaguered healthcare system. Hilda So Lisa's chair of L. A county's board of Supervisors, we have over 7600 people in our hospitals from Cove in 19. It is getting harder and harder for health care workers to care for those coming to the hospital with gunshot wounds, heart attacks, strokes and injuries from car accidents. Hospitals are declaring internal disasters and having to open church gyms to serve as hospital units. As hospitals, big research, surprise hospitals and low income in communities in reporting supply shortages like oxygen. Some are getting hit harder than others. Nina's Ponce, a director of U. C L, a Center for Health policy research. Says it's no surprise hospitals and low income in communities of color are slammed with cases since those demographics are more likely to die from Corona virus that affluent white communities. Many of these communities have residents who are essential workers delivering your Amazon product delivering your food grocery workers. These essential workers than tend to be from communities of color and then the others their pockets in Los Angeles, where there's overcrowded housing and multigenerational families, particularly among immigrant communities, pond say, says intergenerational households with essential workers are a ripe mix for covert spread and death. As the elderly are more likely to die from the virus than other age groups. That's why she's calling for vaccine distribution efforts to prioritized intergenerational homes of essential workers. L. A county data says These low income and communities of color are four times more likely to die from covert 19th, an affluent white areas. Meanwhile, in San Francisco County officials are reporting 237 new corona virus infections each day. Latinos are making up the bulk of infections, while only 15% of the city's population. Latinos are nearly 40% of the infection's black and Latinos are disproportionately dying from Corona virus than other races in San Francisco as well. City officials say they vaccinated 6000 frontline health care workers and residents at Laguna Honda Hospitals have also received vaccines, but the data is not yet publicly available. The Bay Area along with most of California remains under a state home order from Governor Gavin Newsom. Statewide. California has reported 31,440 new Corona virus infections in the last 24 hour period. He had 368 more people have died in all. There are more than 2.4 million people with the coronavirus in the state more than 27,000, and that's Christina Honest said. Still more news to come on covert 19, including a look at what's happening internationally. But first this brief update on the Georgia Senate race where the Republicans have pulled to a tiny, razor thin margin with about two thirds of the vote, and David Perdue with 50.6% of the vote, Jon Ossoff's 49.4% and in the other race Republican Kelly Leffler, 50.2% of the vote Rafael Warnock 49.8% of the vote that's with about 66 67% of the vote in will give you enough It again before the end of this newscast. You were listening to the Pacifica Evening News on Kpfk, Berkeley Kpfk Los Angeles. I'm Eileen Alphandery. Still to come and tonight's newscast Some Chicago teachers are refusing to return to their classrooms over coronavirus safety concerns and more arrests of pro democracy activists in Hong Kong, California Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed a $4 billion Bending plan, he says, will create jobs and help small businesses recover from the steep economic downturn brought on by the Corona virus pandemic close to half that amount. 1.5 billion would help people purchase electric cars and build the charging stations necessary for drivers to use them. That proposal is part of Newsome's gold to ban the sale of new gas powered cars in California by 2035. Other elements of the plant. Small businesses would get $575 million grants of up to 25,000 each to small business owners, with priority given to areas and industry's most affected by the pandemic. That money includes about 25 million for small museums and art galleries that have been forced to close during the pandemic. In a normal year. California's budget doesn't take effect until July 1st. But Newsome said he would ask the Legislature to approve the money for small businesses before then, although it's not clear when that would happen. Newsome is set to unveil the overall California state budget proposal on Friday. The new, more infectious strain of the Corona virus has been found in an 18 year old man in Georgia with no travel history. It's the latest indication that the Corona virus variant, first identified in great Britain is likely circulating widely in this country. The new variant has already been sound in California, Colorado, Florida and New York Doctors. Stuart Raise an infectious diseases expert at Johns Hopkins University. He spoke to Kristina Honest Ed about coronavirus mutations, and just how worrisome the new variant is. The more people we have getting infected, the more we're going to see the virus evolve, because that just is what it does that changes over time. This virus doesn't change his fastest flew. For instance, It's about five times slower than flu. However, that's just sort of on a Her infection basis. But here with this virus, we're seeing vast numbers of people infected. And so we're seeing mutations accumulate more rapidly than if we had done a better job of controlling this epidemic. And so in this case, we think that this variant has some features that may make it more transmissible. What this means is that you're more likely to spread it. What it doesn't mean is that you're more likely to get sick, so this variant does not appear to be more lethal. There was some early Worries that maybe it's Fred more easily and Children than previous variance. But that's Fred among Children probably is not different from the increased Fred among adults, So it's simply that is Fred's a rapidly has not been demonstrated to cause failure of the vaccine. It's not thought to be resistant to the treatments that we have available, so right now we may see evolution of this virus if we don't contain spread, and so we need to be cautious on tried to Limits Fred until we can get this thing under control. How concerned should people be? The short answer? I think could be that we should be concerned about this coronavirus. Because what we're seeing with this variant is in amplification of the concern we should have about this epidemic. The variant appears to be more transmissible. People who are infected with this virus seemed to have higher levels of virus and their respiratory secretions. And so It seems to spread more easily. What That means is that when you wear a mask to try to avoid spreading it to others, or when you're wearing a mask to avoid catching it from others, there's more virus that needs to be filtered out. And so it may be able to travel a little farther. It may be able Tioga through a little better for any given prevention. And so we have to be. Especially cautious as this various friends. We've seen reports from Colorado from San Diego County in California from Martin County in Florida, so we know that it's around. And in each of those cases, the people who were found to be infected did not have travel history to suggest that they had brought it there, suggesting that there's actually community spread of this variant in each of those states. Given the way that our public health infrastructure has been defunded over the past few years. I'm not confidence that we have good surveillance in most parts of this country, So it's very likely that this variant is far more widespread than those few reports would suggest. So I think we have to presume that this is in our communities. And we should be taking a special care and not allow pandemic fatigue to cause us to relax at a time when rates are as high as they've been in the whole epidemic, and hospitals are really full with people who have coveted plus people have other.
Los Angeles, Orange and San Francisco counties shatter COVID-19 records
"Is breaking records for coronavirus hospitalizations, with San Francisco and Los Angeles, reporting the highest number of covert 19 cases since the pandemic began. Statewide, more than 30,000 confirmed covert 19 cases were reported on Sunday in Sin, San Francisco County health officials reported 323 new cases on Saturday In Los Angeles County. More than 4000 people were hospitalized with covert 19. The record breaking figures come is more than 325,000 doses of covert 19 vaccine arrived in California.
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
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