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"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"Move. On the night of July twenty, third two, thousand, seven Jamal truly was hanging out in a common area of San Francisco Sunnyvale projects with his younger brother Joshua. Jamal's friend sell Guca.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"They recommended that you're on a train at least by eight forty five help in the bay area safely navigate the shelter in place we are the traffic leader KCBS here's your KCBS six day forecast Sunday cloudy at the coast and by the bay afternoon sun in line highs later today upper fifties at the coast mid sixties by the bay approaching seventy degrees in line Monday partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers highs in the sixties sunny and warmer Tuesday through Thursday with some patchy fog at the coast hides from the sixties to the low to mid seventies warmer still Friday highs upper sixties to low seventies at the coast and by the bay low eighties inland right now in San Francisco Sunnyvale and Antioch it's fifty four degrees in Alameda it's fifty five degrees in redwood city at fifty two degrees traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time is one twenty a new survey has found a high number of cancer patients and those who have just finished treatment are having trouble accessing the care they need due to the corona virus pandemic he CVS's Dan Mitchinson has more cancer patients are scared says Lori Brandner with the American cancer society action network the largest impact is on in person does that however we're also hearing about issues accessing medications as well and the survey conducted by survivor.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Way no rain in it we can expect sunny skies today it will be breezy with gusts up to forty five miles per hour highs today upper fifties to low sixties and then for the coming week lots of sunshine high is upper fifties to mid sixties right now in San Francisco it's fifty two degrees in south San Francisco Sunnyvale conquered in Santa Rosa it's forty eight degrees traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty Casey B. S. pixie clay is that the case C. B. S. editor's desk case CBS news time is two fifty February has been deemed black history month in this country but just how much does it matter to African Americans who call the bay area home we get that story from KCBS is Jennifer Hodges on the streets of the Silicon Valley African Americans who called the bay area home say they like more knowledge meant all the way around the just one month a year more activity downtown justice it's hard to specify there's so much of it its meaning economic activity happening but it's it's not demographic at all it's very specific to one industry and everything else suffers so yeah there's just not enough of anything yeah this question could turn left real quick then we can only cram in but so much in that one month right the roots of black history month can be traced back to nineteen fifteen it was officially recognized by president Ford in nineteen seventy six Jennifer Hodges KCBS there're back the king tides KCBS is Kerry who dissect tells us high tide will happen during mid to late mornings low tide in the afternoon or early evening site title be just under seven feet on Saturday and Sunday impacting the immediate coastline sent along the bay front National Weather Service meteorologist David king when you have higher tides with that so say with king tide you can actually have the water that can encroach on low lying areas and some minor coastal flooding but he says offshore winds could help minimize those threats to the low lying areas we had king tides earlier this season and were actually expecting this one to be a little less impactful due to the strong offshore winds that were expecting this weekend which will hopefully keep a lot of the encroachment of the sea water affect drivers in coastal areas are worn sea water could wash up on roadways and underpasses coastal trails beaches and sidewalks could also be affected we just wanna make sure that you're aware of where you're going and you actually do see some water maybe you find adults that were carried a sack KCBS it's hard to beat.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For everyone good morning I'm stand Barker in for Susan Lee Taylor I'm Holly here's what's happening a man was shot and critically injured in San Francisco Sunnyvale housing complex earlier today he CBS reporter Tim Ryan joining us live from the scene with more Tim Holly this is still an active scene couple of vehicles being a total way right now this happened in the heart of the Sunnydale housing complex the eighteen hundred block of Sunnydale lap you're about five forty five AM the officers of the troll in the area they hear some gunshots they drive down and they find a man shot over in this area will be here he's in critical condition spot forty year old sergeant Daniel manning with a gang task force tells KCBS a Toyota matrix automobile that we shot up just happened to be in the line of fire it appears the car may service housing for the homeless but it's not clear if anyone was asleep inside yeah forty calibers you know serious weaponry evidence technicians now gathering those forty caliber rounds the search for a suspect is ongoing live in San Francisco Tim Ryan KCBS thank you Tim police in Palo alto meanwhile investigating a shooting that sent a man to the hospital this morning this happened in the parking lot of business on San Antonio road around three this morning police and hello to have sent out a tweet saying the victim sustained a gunshot wound to the abdomen and is intensive care there are no suspects in custody starting today who were passengers in some California cities may be charged a lot more for rides as KCBS is Matt Bigler reports from San Francisco the ride hailing companies now letting some drivers set their own fares over fares could be up to five times more than the price the company sets for a ride this test in Sacramento Santa Barbara and palm springs gives drivers more autonomy and allows them to make more money right Haley drivers we talked to in San Francisco were all for it and either.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"But when I island that is blocking the center lane and your next traffic update at two twenty eight on the travel where's your KCBS six day forecast rain today especially in the morning heights upper fifties to low sixties next to today Friday should be the rainiest day of the week but in the mean time Tuesday to Thursday there is a chance of showers every day hi sis week mostly in the upper fifties right now in San Francisco Sunnyvale San Rafael and San Matteo it's fifty three degrees in Danville it's forty eight degrees traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty Casey B. S. case CBS news time it's two twenty the March to ban paper and plastic cups of bay area coffee shops is running up against opposition from the disabled community as KCBS is Matt Bigler reports disability advocates say summer reusable cups just to heavy for folks with mobility issues cafe strada near UC Berkeley was one of the first coffee shops in the bay area to offer customers reusable to go cops for free the metal mugs are sustainable and stylish but they can also be heavy and slippery for folks with limited mobility that's why disability advocates are speaking out against a Berkeley city ordinance that starting next year will require that customers be charged twenty five cents for disposable coffee cups cafe strada customers bird Gerry and Peter or follows both agree there should be an exception for the disabled so maybe if there's a way that disabled people can have like a little a loophole or they don't have to pay the twenty five cent charge or something like that then I'd be in support for that I think it could be modulated so that if somebody is clearly disabled they don't charge them and if they're not disabled they do charge.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"San Francisco's Sunnyvale housing project where residents waiting for a remodel tell city staff, everybody else, we're not Libya's news update Virginia Beach city manager, Dave Hansen tells reporters that the shooter and the Friday massacre, that killed twelve people was not fired but was in the process of quitting my understanding is he did that the Email was not worth. On negative as for why suspect, Wayne credit attacked his co-workers CBS news, correspondent airborne net tells us CBS news made multiple attempts to contact the suspect's family and found this message posted on that front door. We agreed the loss of a loved one. They wrote sending huff L condolences to victims White House chief of staff. Mike mulvaney. NBC's depressed says the Trump administration is supported by partisan reforms and will continue to do. So what's been lost in the last couple of years is the fact that this administration banned bump stocks, we signed a piece of legislation that fixed the background checks. Now, we don't know if background checks played a role here, there still people in the hospital, CBS news update. I'm Alison keys. KCBS news time now is to thirty two less average, Cisco mayor London breed unveiled her twelve billion dollar budget. Proposal on Friday. She chose an unusual venue KTBS, gentlemen, reports read wanted city employees to experience the Sunnyvale public. Housing development. Some city staffers looked a little loft arriving in Sunnyvale where they learned the average life expectancy is.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Car that hit of sound wall now in the far right lane next traffic update is at twelve fifty eight on the traffic leader, KOA, here's your KCBS six day forecast, rainy and breezy fear Sunday with a chance of thunderstorms. Highs mid fifties to mid sixties Monday, Memorial Day, partly to mostly cloudy. Highs ranging from the upper fifties to the low seventies rest of the week, partly to mostly sunny, a bit warmer highs at the coast in the mid sixties ever seventies, too low eighties inland right now in San Francisco. Sunnyvale, San Mateo. And vallejo. It's fifty five degrees, traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news, one of six nine and AM. Seven forty KCBI. S Joe Rogers is at the KCBS editor's desk. KCBS news time twelve forty nine. Despite worsening traffic housing prices and homelessness, a majority of bay area. Residents say this still is the best place on earth to live. But KCBS Bigler reports recent survey results are a mixed bag according to the poll fifty seven percent of bay area residents say this is the best place on the planet to call home. Forget, what a great place. This is we take it for granted Jim wonderman is president and CEO of the bay area council, which commissioned, the survey of one thousand bay area residents. Associated area as a place that provides an opportunity for success for innovation for a great opportunity to have a better quality of life. So those are the most commanding reasons why people see the bay area's as as the best place on earth to live at the same time. The poll also found fifty seven percent of residents think the bay area is heading in the wrong direction up from fifty five percent last year. The biggest concerns not surprisingly, housing costs, traffic and homelessness. The poll also found that almost half of those surveyed are considering leaving the region in the next few years met, Bigler KCBS, Santa Clara is getting a new fire chief his name is Ruben Torres. And he's currently serving in the Livermore, Pleasanton fire department tauruses bene- firefighter for more than thirty three years. He replaces Bill Kelly. Who is retiring after seven years as Santa Clara's fire chief a World War, Two code talker, and longtime southwestern lawmakers died, John piddle was one of the nation's longest serving native American elected officials. He was a New Mexico state Senator since nineteen seventy six with long before that he was also one of the fame Navajos code talkers of World War Two. They were military radio men who translated American coordinates and messages into an indecipherable code based on the novel whole language, John Pinot was ninety four years old. Tom Foty, CBS news. It's not often you get a chance to drink beer for charity, but you will next weekend KCBS reporter, Patty rising has more on a pet friendly fundraiser to benefit.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Less and less of that son is the afternoon goes along high today of sixty three degrees tomorrow, a little more sunshine with a high near seventy right now. It's fifty seven. Traffic and weather together on the aids. Breaking news and weather alerts at any time from the fifth third Bank studios, fifth third in the business of better begging. This is your cogos all-news station of radio dot com station, NewsRadio seventy one zero five point nine FM. W B coming up on NewsRadio. WB m more. Details on breaking news. Crystal lake police are preparing to update the media on the investigation into a missing five year old multiple reports say a body has been found on today's WB 'em new business. Our it's never too early to start investing in the future. And the average American adult now carries almost seven thousand dollars in credit card debt sports. The cubs host the dodgers. The White Sox are at Baltimore. On Wall Street. The Dow is down thirty five NASDAQ is down twelve and the s&p is down four points. It's getting cloudier in Chicago land as the day rolls along heading up to a high of sixty three degrees right now. Fifty-seven CBS news covers the world. It's new. This is CBS news on the hour. Real news real reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is going to battle to try to stop White House staffers. Current and former from testifying on Capitol Hill after Robert Muller's Russia investigation. These aren't like impartial people. The Democrats are trying to win twenty twenty one of the people. They want to question a former White House counsel correspondent we Jon Jang. They want a chance to look at those documents to have a complete unredacted copy of the report and to talk to key witnesses. And of course, Don Mcgann may be the key witness. He's mentioned more than one hundred fifty times. And according to the report in special counsel more the president asked him to fire more the president is vowing to take his fight all the way to the supreme court. There are reports police in Illinois have found the body of a missing five year old boy, a news conference is scheduled this hour. Police say eight people were injured by a driver who may have deliberately rammed his car onto a sidewalk near San Francisco. Sunnyvale police captain Jim Choi statements on the vehicle didn't try to veer way or.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Eighty as well as San Ramon and Pleasanton, both directions, just fine. And your next traffic update to twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS your KCBS six day forecast. Clouds, increasing later on this morning, showers likely this afternoon, and on into tonight, the rain could get heavy at times, it will be breezy, and it will be quite a bit cooler. Highs Monday just in the mid fifties to low sixties, Tuesday, mostly sunny, highs in the sixties for the remainder of the week. It will be sunny and warmer Thursday and Friday, we'll be the warmest days of the week with highs those days ranging from the low seventies at the coast to the low eighties inland right now in San Francisco, Sunnyvale and danville. It's fifty one degrees in Nevada. It's fifty degrees. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS police in Oakland continue to search for the hit and run driver who killed a thirty year old woman and her sick. Six year old child Saturday night KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports a twenty year old man also pedestrian was critically injured. The thirty year old mother and six year old child were crossing foothill boulevard at twenty six police say they ended up third man were in the crosswalk when witnesses say a black two-door Mercedes struck them sending the three high into the air and landing several yards away. The mother and child kill the twenty year old man critically injured neighbors in this area. Say this is a dangerous intersection. There are stop signs twenty sixth avenue, but none along foothill. This man says every day. Mckay. Drag race in fact, as we arrived, Sunday morning, tow. Trucks were taking away two vehicles involved in a head on crash just yards away from Saturday nights. Hit and run. No one injured in the morning accident. This man ran out of his house Saturday night when he heard the hit and run they relying on the street. Yeah. And people were dialing nine one one. Yeah, I'm merely. It was just like. The recording. Please hang up because I mean, it was literally probably three hundred people out here. The black Mercedes found in another part of the city. The police investigation continues in Oakland. Jeffrey Xiao case CBS to California Highway Patrol officers were hurt when their car was rear ended by a driver on interstate six eighty Sunday morning in eastern contra Costa county, the officers were headed southbound on six eighty around five o'clock Sunday morning when someone behind them ran into their patrol car near Pacheco boulevard. Both cars pulled over to the shoulder. The driver who hit the officers twenty two year old Vacaville man was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Both officers were taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries. A Latino summit is scheduled for.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The any Casey foundation. Welcome to forum a Michael Krasny. Five key schools and programs began in two thousand three in the San Francisco Connie jail is the first charter school for incarcerated adults in the country. And one of the latest projects in San Francisco. Sunnyvale neighborhood is traveling classroom. In the form of a lime green referred refurbish city bus called the mobile self-determination project, the buses equipped with teachers desks a library, and it caters to adult seeking a high school diploma or GED. The bus project was recently featured in the California Sunday magazine and to five key Steph members join us now to talk about it here in studio is color. She Leah or Sheila or Bessette or I'm just gonna caller Sheila Sheila hill is here. She's community investor five key schools in program to have you welcome. Thank you. Good. Steve good with us to and he subjected director five QC's schools program. Welcome sleeve. Great. Thank you. Glad to have you both here, and we should begin by saying what are these five keys their education, employment recovery, family and community. And it was started by that Patti Smith look-alikes on Schwartz who has been a guest on forum in the past at the San Francisco county jails and really to begin with you really talking about not only a an educational program to help people who are incarcerated get their degrees and get their GED's, but also pretty restored a Justice program to right at a rehabilitation program. I mean, it's a whole talk about your involvement in it though, you got started because of a nun by the name of Patsy fisa Passi. Yeah. Talk about that. Well, I've been to several different schools in my pass. And it didn't work even been a City College. And I was told that I should just stop and just try to get a job because I couldn't read at all the biggest book that can was. Dr Seuss book and rags at him. Yeah. That. Yeah. And sister fat C. She would help me. She knew I couldn't read too. Well, is she helped me help my son? And she told me that five keys is about to start up a ten nine Senator, Al shit. You try to go. I I was kinda scared nervous. They wanna go. But she helped me through it talk me through. And I went well, you had you stories extrordinary nearly what you've described I think yourself as forty years of failure. And really. Moving downward constantly moving downward. I mean, you had problem living on the street. You not only homeless but drugs prostitution the whole a lot of islands to. Yes. So your story is really very inspiring. I mean, you come out of all of that. And that's all behind you. It makes you relate better to people who are incarcerated most definitely. Yeah. Well, congratulations. I mean, it's really heartening to to read about a story like yours, and there are many stories come across and your experience. Good working with people like well who have these kind of backgrounds and never made it through high school. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, it's unfortunate situation where are public school system serves people up until they're eighteen and nineteen years old once the out of school, and they've dropped out there literally no options for them other than attending class over at City, College and half top multiple buses. It's hard enough to get a job without a college degree, let alone a high school degree, exactly. And so five keys is filled that void and cheerless case. She spoke at our graduation. I remember hearing. You're speaking I thought oh my God. We we need to hire this person. She is the best possible ambassador for five keys, and I give my number said you have to call me. And she she took the number. If she tells me, she said, yeah, right. This guy's going to hire me and she called the insurance. Enough she's been with us ever since. And it's been just an amazing partnership with Sheila. It's also I think important point out that you do a lot of that kind of hiring. It's not only education that you present wanna talk to you about that specifically. But I know you run a navigation center, we talked in our first hour about the plan new navigation on the Bayshore on the baby actually, and you got about thirty people working there, and they're all former offenders, and so this is a process that at least allows for some people to get jobs and get work and everything but the big emphasis on GED's in high school diploma's this kind of a balance here because you don't wanna be diploma mill. Right. You wanna give them really a lasting education? Right. Absolutely. I mean, that's kind of the struggle. You know, we wanna get our folks build a move on. So they can continue their lives in a positive trajectory. That's great that's important. But I think would secretly important if not arguably more important is having that diploma means something, it's. We're not doing them service graduating somebody who can't read or who isn't numerous. So it's really important for us to make sure that folks are functioning at a certain level before they take their core courses that they need to graduate. And you know, it's the success. Is there we've had twenty eight hundred graduate so far sheila's the embodiments from the last figure I so which was twenty four hundred. Yeah, I I had a fact check this morning just wanted to make sure it was right and sheila's the embodiment of of the work that we do. Let's talk about your work Sheila with these young people in sometimes not young people, the people who've been through the mill like you had been, you know, who were later on in life and looking for a way to become literate or to have an education. What do you say about the value of education because a lot of people say like I just got to put food on the table. There's a real problem with motivation. You know, we've got other things that I have to attend to children so forth. Talk about what you essentially see as your mission and educating them about what they need. With education feel like my mission is to help people where I came from let them know that it's okay that you can do it don't worry about what people tell you that. You can't a lot of people wanna tell you know, now now now. You gotta tell yourself. No. No. No, no. You gotta be encouraged. You got encourage yourself. You know, a million people say, no, the only take one. Yes. From got. And that's why I believe, and I believe in helping others get to where you know from. Wow. Was to why people say, I don't know. This is going to guarantee me the job. Even if I get this diploma, and I'm going to have to work hard at doing it. And it's gonna take away from my family, and maybe other work. What do you say? You're right. It's gonna be hard, and it's going to take away for a minute. But it'll be greater later. You know, maybe your family can help you. If they can't can't they give me I get phone calls late at night on the weekends. Go to people houses go to jobs to help them because I really believe that education is key. I didn't always believe that because I couldn't read. So now that I can. And I do I believe it will you're living proof of what it can do for one. I mean in terms of opening up as reading opened up World Series. Sounds like a cliche, but it certainly always true. And your child has been a main factor in your motivation. Definitely. Yeah. Most definitely so being mother and your child's adopted. In fact, I was interested in reading that with the kind of record. You've thought you had, you know, in terms of police actions and so forth like that. How could they allow me to be adopting a child? But yes our scared out scared. I received my son from his mother with no paperwork, nothing, and I had to go find her to write a notarized letter just to take him to the doctor, and I'll scare to talk to social services that it's gonna take them away from me. Because of you know, the way I was being you know, the way my back my past. But it they laugh it. Steve, obviously, you are major Admira sheila's and work with her on a daily basis. What motivates you to do this work? Yeah. It's it's a great question. And it goes back to honestly back in the early two thousand of school principal here in San Francisco. And I remember looking at a folder of one of our students, and I was reading history shoes in kindergarten. I thought what a sweet girl, you know, interesting story, and then it was share out in the class. And she brought in a photo of her father in an orange jumpsuit, he was incarcerated in the county jail. And that's what she had to share out. And so I started thinking about what's the path for this? Chad what sort of opportunities she going to have is she and have the same opportunities that might kit have probably not. And so that was a real turning point for me at the moment. Well, I was reading about five keys, and there's young man named John John Bryce her another. I guess what you would classify categorizes white guy, you know. But you are and he is and so forth, and you're doing this kind of work largely with African Americans and Latinos, yeah. Yeah. Definitely, you know, John is kind of a superhero for us. He is at y. Yeah, he's a he's an amazing guy with her interesting background. And he is so dedicated and believe in the work that he's doing. He's absolutely the right guy. We have for that bus. I mean color of skin aside note, sunny Schwartz say that nobody cares for our people like we do. And I think that really fits John Katie as well. Our our driver and Sheila, it's I mean, it's kind of like a team. Yeah. Dream team lucky to have it. I feel same way about the team. I work with daily at forum. This is a kid though, dead of masters at Chicago, the thesis on Hegel and co I just wanted to get that in there because pretty impressive. Pretoria. I let me. Excuse me. Let me get listeners involved in this. If you want to find out more about the five case program, we're talking with the executive director, Steve good. And we're talking with Sheila hill who's here with us community Vasant or and they are a bus and bus that allows for like two particularly here from some young people who are listening who maybe have given thoughts to should. I get a diploma. What are the possibilities of what that might lead to what's the value of an education? But also if you have questions for the program itself, we'd like to hear from you. Or actually some things that you may want to bring to the conversation..
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wellbeing. I learn more at Raymond James dot com. And by the listeners of K Q E D. Mostly cloudy today with a slight chance of showers in the morning. We'll have highs in the sixty s later today along with southwesterly winds increasing from five to ten miles per hour to between ten and twenty miles per hour that of course will happen sometime later this afternoon at the time is ten oh six. Welcome to forum. I'm Michael Krasny. Five key schools and programs began in two thousand three in the San Francisco county jail is the first charter school for incarcerated adults in the country. And one of the latest projects in San Francisco. Sunnyvale neighborhood is a traveling classroom. In the form of a lime green refurnish refurbish city bus called the mobile self-determination project, the buses equipped with teachers desks and a library, and it caters to adult seeking a high school diploma or GED. The bus project was recently featured in the California Sunday magazine and to five key staff members. Join us now to talk about it. Here in studio is you can call her. She Leah or Sheila or a Basset or I'm just gonna caller Sheila Sheila hill is here. She's community ambassador five key schools in program. Good to have you welcome. Thank you. Good. Steve good with us to and he's executive director five QC's schools in program. Welcome sleep. Great. Thank you. Glad to have you both here, and we should begin by saying what did he five Keyser education, employment recovery, family and community? And it was started by that Patti Smith look alike. Sunny Schwartz who has been a guest on forum in the past at the San Francisco county jails and really let me begin with you really talking about not only a an educational program to help people who are incarcerated get their degrees and get their GED's. But also a.
"san francisco sunnyvale" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Jade, the YouTube star whose mom is of course, from full house who's in a lot of big trouble because this college scandal. Well, USC's on spring break right now. So this kid guided new USC because mom paid a five hundred thousand dollar bribe to get her in so she's in USC because USC is spring break. But where was the Libya Jade when she found out the news? She was in the Bahamas on a yacht owned by some billionaire who's on the board of USC. She scooted back home quickly, and she and her sister or not going to be attending USA any longer because they're afraid of bullying. They're going to be bullied. They're going to be bullied now. They're the victims that they can't cope with the bullying of bullying. Well, you got that. Then you've got Nancy Pelosi saying sixteen year olds should vote. You're going to hear Nancy Pelosi talk about that. Then you're going to hear Nancy Pelosi. She can't say anything. Good about beta beta was running. Robert Francis Aurora is running Bego Robert Francis. Robert Francis Aurora. So what's middle income in the bay area? This is an interesting story this morning, so middle income household income. That means the total of what everyone in the home is earning. Okay. Got it. Got it. What's the median household income in the bay area? Median median is ninety six thousand dollars ninety six k that's the median. So what's the middle income range middle income range, that's anywhere. From sixty four thousand two an eye popping. One ninety two's. You're making one hundred ninety two thousand dollars a year, you're considered middle income in the bay area. Geez. You are middle income in the bay area. So the study measured middle class income ranges for the largest American cities and five of those San Francisco Sunnyvale, San Jose Oakland, Fremont, landed studies top twenty so it's all right here folks, it was all right here. You know, it's interesting because all five of these cities were found to have extremely high upper limits for middle class designation. But the highest wasn't San Francisco or San Jose, or Oakland or Sunnyvale. It was actually Fremont Fremont, which has the middle income range between eighty one thousand two hundred forty four thousand a year. Two hundred and forty four thousand handle. Wow, man. Okay. Well, people across this country going. What really got jaws are dropped man that sleepy little town of Fremont's growing up. Yeah. Yeah. It is. It's and it's the fourth largest city in the bay area which people oftentimes forget about. Okay. So here is as long as we're talking local politics. Let's go to Nancy Pelosi. Here's good old, Nancy. You know, there's this talk now amongst Democrats to lower the voting age to sixteen sixty wealth. They can drive. And of course, every teenagers all for this. And I would say that ninety five percent of the teenagers out there all left leaning, and there's gonna be lots of peer pressure. If these people vote to vote the right way, because you know, the last thing you want to be last thing you want to do is look stupid when you're in high school and their fresh. They're like you said they're fresh they're in school. So they're being taught this way. It's just lie to peer pressure, LA. It's peer pressure to vote a certain way, you know, the have the big rallies at school and all of that. Jeez. And if you aren't with them, you'll be shamed. I'm sure shamed. And shunned. So, you know, this issue came up for debate in the house last week as an amendment to the four the people act, which is also called HR, whether they're debating this in congress, folks, this is this is no longer theoretical. This is being debated in congress. Well, they have to. I mean, they don't want if they could get this done by twenty twenty. In order to keep Trump from being reelected on my goodness. They can't get it done that quickly. Can they have to get the Senate? Worse than Trump would probably veto it. This is what they want. This is what they want. So here's Nancy Pelosi. And she's saying now, I've always I've always been for this Nancy Pelosi. Myself. It's always been following the voting age to sixteen I think it's really important to capture kids when they're in high school when they're interested in all of this. When they're learning about government to be able to vote that is that is not necessarily, you know, another word some of the priorities in this Bill that. Transparency and openness and accessibility. And the rest that's a subject of debate. But my view is that I would welcome that. But I've been in that position for a long time. Oh, yes. I'm sure you've discussed that many times to not also like to remind you that if you commit a murder at the age of fifteen to sixteen you a juvenile detention center until you're twenty five instead of doing twenty-five, the lifelike adult because the court system believes that your brain is not fully developed enough to understand the consequences of your actions. But you could vote her. Wow. Okay. Unbelievable. Good point, good good. Good point. Now, Pelosi's being active beta Robert Francis, O'Rourke Robert Francis weekly press briefing, and she was asked to name whatever works signature accomplishments during his three year tenure and the guy's been in the house of representatives three years. He's running for president. He's running for president. And of course, lots of what he really wants. I if he cake get the president, you know, he's also trying to run against a Ted Cruz for that Senate seat. But it's interesting because the Ted Cruz people have been trolling this guy's past. And they found out d you is and other stuff which they're making fun of. And they're trolling him on Twitter. So it's it's hilarious. It really is hilarious. They've got a picture this guy used to be in a band. They've got a picture of the band and say it says something like I think the name is. You know, I'd I'd really like to do this for my country better got a gig. Little thick just silly things. Like that. They've got him with a skateboard. You know, I I really like to run for president. But I got a new board. Oh, it's hilarious. It's actually hilarious stuff. Or is the other one that said I'd really like to come to bait tonight. But I've had a little too much to drink. Yeah. DUI DUI mugshot. Yeah. That kind of a deal anyway, here's Pelosi. She's homina homina homina homina about beta O'Rourke. Here we go. Vitality to congress one of the issues in his as I haven't been asked this question, but I just know his record here when he came he came as a real champion for the environment. Like, he got a great deal of support from the environmental community in his district. One in a primary on that subject. And also is a member of the services committee. Strong down services committee, which is very important. It's district. So in preserving our planet and protecting our people these two areas in addition to his Taliban in so many ways, that's it. That's all you could come up with. Well, he sees on the Armed Services Committee, and he really likes the environment. Okay. Nancy is in San Jose, Nancy. We just heard from Nancy Pelosi and she's saying she was lower the voting age to sixteen. What say you and good morning. You're the first caller on this open line Friday. How are you? I'm great good. Yeah. We're just doing fantastic. I just wondering since we all are eligible to vote and get Arnie thrown into the jury pool are the kids now going to be eligible for jury duty. Also, oh. Wonderful at that little love it. That's pretty interesting. You're exactly right. Apparently, they're able to make these great decisions now adult. Right. Just all of a sudden these kids are just they're, you know, we just realized there. So darn smart. They could make all these decisions. What have we been doing all this time? How about how about life and death decisions? I trust a sixteen year old absolutely right. And insurance companies are probably discriminating against them for their insurance driving insurance because they're smarter than the insurance companies have figured, you're exactly right. Got it. All the heck Nancy. You're the best caller. We've had so far today. All right. You know, what to do? Thank you. This is really scary to think about that. They're pushing us this hard. You know what? It's frightening. You're exactly right. And they don't they don't care what it's gonna do to the country. It's it's for their benefit absoulutely. All right..
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"You know, the problem sky jets or Philip in our lions and that said, so the do these the act as if you're in Hong Kong, and Singapore, and the Tel you all in you're like, yeah. Well, we're sitting in front of the runway and there's nothing else to do. We can see everything you're asking us. It's endearing I love it. When you lend their the end deliver you the luggage. You clearly see them picking up the luggage from the and the have a seemingly belt, but the belt doesn't move just drop the luggage. And you pick it and you leave. That's it takes you like a second. Honestly, it's really cute. I love I don't get to go to enough airports like that one or two shops in it. But when I was leaving arrive in the airport, and then because of the tracker is I can see that the flight I'm supposed to take as not even left Manila. So it's never going to take off in half an hour. I would go out again. And there's like these guys have installed little restaurants, just because there's people around maybe they have business, and I went to a restaurant and had some food Filipina food amazing next door. There's a bar. They have like maybe just five years. That's it. And it's like you'll sheds next week other next to the airport. The best thing essential picture because I don't have anything to do walking around walking around. This is real tiny airport. I see that I can see the runway better from an angle so ago there with McKenna, and then C H eighteen right there, so beautiful and delivery of this put pick on the in our Instagram account. It's just sitting there and these things if stops doing them in the sixties or something, and it's in pristine condition of sensitive pick. It's my God that was super happy to see one there and waiting. Beautiful. Yeah. Anyway, it's much more to add to that airport. It's one of the you'd be using if you were to go there slots of those in the Philippines, vertical magnificent beaches. Obviously, the best thing is when you take off when you land yet, the views stunning views on the islands on the tolls and very very low UC everything. Yeah. Just guys just for that go to an upper night that I I'm going to make that my plan for twenty nine hundred 'cause I love airports like that. You would love it. You would actually adore it. So what are your next lights out a couple of weeks? I am going to Mexico City. Oh my God. Yeah. How on aero Mexico, which will be I yeah. It's pricing difficult to get to Mexico City, especially through the US. You would think that would be there would be alien flight today me to the US majors. Don't fly nearly as often as I thought they would so. Era. Mexico flight times are are really convenient. They are both late night departures from Heathrow and from Mexico City, which means we maximize our time on the ground there. So I have no idea what to expect. I'm in their economy product, I will report back because I which alliance are they with their one of the founding members of Skyping. Okay. So I have no status whatsoever. Very interesting. So that your first flight into nineteen. We'll be exactly what people tell us to do. Sometimes like in two more regular flights in our. Yep. Point ta than perfect. Wow. I'm very jealous in Mexico City apparent he's amazing especially for food. Yes. I'm looking forward to eating myself. Silly. Actually, we might record before you leave. We don't know. We'll see if we can actually make it to compensate for lack of episodes. I'm Frank two more morning be a two birth Alana for birthday and back. So T three I might go to these American lounge, and then probably at the time when you're flying to Mexico, but probably would record before I'm doing this crazy thing when I'm in San Francisco Sunnyvale, actually so Sunday would be better to fly to Sacco save with. But I need to be the week. Just really just after any to be in Dubai, and it was looking the press like crazy because Sandra rule, whatever. So then what I ended up doing is flying with them rats to do by switch terminal and Dubai and then from two pie with Pacific to Hong Kong, Hong Kong to San Francisco, Dr Sunnyvale and the way back I redo the whole thing..
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"It's expanded far beyond its bookseller beginnings. The company's blowout success made his founder and CEO. Jeff Bezos, number one on the Forbes billionaires list this year. And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that has Carrie Hodousek KCBS San Francisco board of supervisors has established a Dula program for low income women dulas provide non medical assistance and support to women before during and after childbirth board, president Malia Cohen said the research shows, low income black women and Pacific islanders in particular offer often feel disrespected stereotyped and even co worst by their doctors during the he care dulas would be there to be an advocate for these mothers, the El cerrito public library was decked out in rainbows last night. KCBS is making goals be reports on contra Costa county's first LGBT section at the public library. This is a library is growing up in L serita. Now, give Quinto is the city's first openly gay mayor to see the first LGBTQ collection, and from in the nineteenth cities of contra Costa county. This is just the I am very very proud to have this in our city there around sixty bucks in the collection. And they're for all ages says Jonathan cook with the rainbow community center, which co hosted the event he says LGBT children's books are much easier to find now than they used to be like Marlin bundle, which recently, a very popular even books about children who are either gay lesbian, transgender that's much more common and accepted now, which is really heartening to see want that to be something that is a normal everyday thing for him just like any other type of family or any type of person and just sat in the front row with her five-year-old Elliott during the opening parties drag Queen story hour, and we both said we will get married at hop together. Forever. Smiles back your wedding. Megan gold speed ES. A lending library for paintings instead of books. It is a concept that one art gallery in San Francisco is bringing to the tenderloin and we hear about that from KCBS gentle lane, the coordinator of the tenderloin art lending library. Rick Darnell says it aims to serve low income residents of the neighborhood.
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"And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that
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"AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one fifty Facebook is securing more real estate here in the bay area as a company plans to double its workforce over the next decade KCBS Carrie Hodousek tells us the company has signed a number of lease agreements outside its headquarters in the Silicon Valley. Ali social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret mayor who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area, it entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that want to live in urban areas like San Francisco and Oakland. She says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park there now have not only one product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. In a way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that has Carrie Hodousek. KCBS? S cerita public library was decked out and rainbows last night. Ski CBS's Reagan KCBS KCBS. Megan Goldsman reports they have open contra Costa county's first LGBT section at a public library the library that I use growing up in L cerita. Now, give Quinto is the city's first openly gay mayor to see the first LGBTQ collection, and from in the nineteenth cities of contra Costa county. This is just the first I'm very very proud to have this in our city there around sixty bucks in the collection. And they're for all ages says Jonathan cook with the rainbow community center, which co hosted the event he says LGBT children's books are much easier to find now than they used to be like Marlin bundle, which is recently, a very popular even books about children who are either galas bien transgender that's much more common and accepted now, which is really heartening to see want that to be something that is just a normal everyday thing for him just like any other type of family or any type. A person and just layered sat in the front row with their five year olds Elliott during the opening parties drag queens story hour, and we both said we will get married. I hop together. Forever. Smiles back and wedding. Megan gold speed DS for cities hopping on the electric vehicle bandwagon. More on this from CBS news. Correspondent mad piper. Mercedes has unveiled an electric SUV that it plans to start producing next year. It's seen as a direct challenge to tesla. And its upscale battery cars Mercedes Benz, e QC sport utility crossover was shown off in Sweden as Jaguar Land Rover offers an electric SUV and volkswagen-audi is dude on Vail. It's each Ron Mercedes says it's aiming to have ten electric vehicles on the market by twenty twenty two Matt piper CBS news, they found them. They're backhoe federal authorities say the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the wizard of is that were stolen from Minnesota museum were recovered in a sting operation. The slippers stolen in two thousand five from the Judy Garland museum in Grand Rapids, by a thief who broke into a small display case. The FBI says a man approached the company that had issued. And that has had issued an insurance policy on the shoes about a year ago and said he had information about how the shoes could be returned. The FBI says it set up a sting operation and recovered. The famous slippers. The FBI says it has several suspects in the extortion. And that the investigation continues hard to imagine, but fun events are planned to commemorate a movie about a difficult subject. CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Explains. Next year will Mark the twenty fifth anniversary of the film, The Shawshank Redemption. The former Ohio prison that served as the setting for the production is getting ready and plans three days of events to celebrate and official of the Ohio State reformatory in Mansfield, isn't sure which actors will come back, but Dan Smith says the events will be fun packed and interactive.
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"It's three oh three at the bay area's news station. KCBS lots of sunshine and temperatures to prove it this afternoon. Our forecast coming up. I'm Jeff Bill. I'm Patty rising. Here's what's happening. New details. Are emerging about the pilot of the small plane who died while trying to land at the Palo Alto airport. This morning KCBS is Margie Schaffer joins us live with the latest Margie added. A man who piloted the Mooney m twenty that crashed while attempting to land this morning at the Palo Alto airport was on a special mission or Han Bosscher is a volunteer with the organization angel flight. West manger flight angel. With you. People around. Stanford for treatment. The pilot was a sixty year old man who left from reading the FAA and NTSB or now at the scene of this crash, a duck pond in the bay on lagoon about a thousand feet from the centerline of the runway also on board the flight to female passengers who got out on the wings of the plane and deputy chief with a Palo Alto fire department. He of lecture says were rescued by fire personnel. One was able to be walked to the ambulance. Yeah. There was on the strategy on a positive crash is under investigation. But one pilot says it appears this plane with coming in too high too fast executed, a go around and may have taken too steep of Bank, causing the plane to stall and spin live in Palo Alto Marquis, Schaefer, KCBS ranks Margie, the questioning a supreme court nominee. Brett Kavanagh does not even start until tomorrow and already there are fireworks. As you may have heard on the hourly news as KCBS reporter, holy Quanta. Tells us noisy protesters and angry Democrats get erupted proceedings after a trove of missing documents were released at the very last minute. Protesters from various women's groups shouted from the back of the chamber as angry Democrats talked over there. Republican judiciary committee colleagues if this was any indication the next three days should be more chaos than kabuki. Roy little is a professor at Hastings college of the law clerk that the supreme court says Democrats are worried about a trove of documents pertaining to Brett Kavanagh that are not being released documents exist than I've ever existed before because of Email which was around even ten years ago. Dick, Durbin pointed out that you know, that this this period of time when Cavanaugh served as the White House secretary for three years was viewed as Kavanagh's the most influential period of his life, and yet not a single page has been produced on that period of time. That's unprecedented. The real questioning of Kavanagh's expected to begin on Wednesday called the Quan KCBS the corruption trial for embattled southern California congressman Duncan Hunter likely won't begin until after the midterm elections. All sides agreed on federal court today, the trial could begin could begin in late November. Although no date was set hunter and his wife who also served as his campaign manager pleaded not guilty to spending more than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in campaign funds on trips clothing, groceries and other personal expenses and trying to conceal the spending Facebook is investing in more real estate here in the bay area is the company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. Carrie hodousek. Tells us the company has signed a number of lease agreements outside its headquarters in Silicon Valley. Social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces in San Francisco, Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco and Oakland. She says the rapidly growing company simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park there now have not only one product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. In the way, makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office. Space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that has Carrie Hodousek. KCBS space, you're gonna find on the freeways, we've got KCBS traffic.