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"san jose state" Discussed on KCBS All News
"At San Jose State, says they've developed the most advanced fire and smoke prediction system in the U. S. We can forecast not only where the fire spreads When and where the smoke will go. Meanwhile, that cinema States assistant Professor Lisa Bentley says they are using laser scanning technology to measure fuel loads in forests. Measuring precise dimensions of trees is key to determining how much climate altering carbon is stored. All this is part of a statewide effort to battle wildfires in 2021, with better data. About how fire and smoke will impact communities Matt Bigler KCBS. Meanwhile, Santa Ana winds have brought hot, dry, gusty conditions to Southern California this weekend, increasing fire danger in an area where little rain has fallen this winter. Wildfire in the San Aceto Mountains east of L. A triggered evacuations as in the community, a mountain center early yesterday before Cruz stopped the fire's progress. Those evacuation orders have been lifted. Orson Anna winds are expected today and again early next week when colder weather is expected to return. California may have paid out nearly $10 billion in phony coronavirus. Unemployment claims, more than double the previous estimate, with some money going to organized crime in Russia, China and other countries. This is, according to a security firm hired by the Employment Department Development Department to investigate the case. The firm says at least 10% of claims submitted before controls were installed last fall may be fraudulent. This money is intended for people who lost their jobs during the pandemic. Well, we've got sports coming up in under three minutes Case CBS News time, 6 12. What could give you a competitive edge in today's red hot housing market rocket can. That's because Rocket mortgage can give you a verified approval..
Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall
"Show. I'm joined today by ace spiel. If you've ever seen the pictures or the videos of a seven forty seven carrying the space shuttle on its back aces the guy flying that he's a nasa pilot. It's really cool having you with us today as thank you so much for being with us. Thank you george. It's a real pleasure being here. Thanks for having me. You're willing to tell us how you got your start in aviation well. My interest probably probably started with my dad who is a world war two pilots who have six hell cats in the pacific right. He was a fighter. Ace jot down. Seven zero sank destroyer so that that probably would what's first introduced me aviation muscle lived in the san francisco bay area and i can always. We could see quite often from where we live going up. Point the final approach for san francisco international airport. So i've really enjoyed watching the airplanes. Come in and that just kind of got me interested in aviation basically so i assume that with your dad as an ace after the war where people were there a lot of adulation or was it kind of a a normal thing to be ace. Well i don't think it was a normal thing. I think a lot of people were proud of it for that but but as time went on it became something more within the family that you know we we. We knew he was guy we thought of him as kind of a hero in his flying endeavors and listening to stories was a lot of fine. You know sure so. Wendy take your first flying lesson first. Flying lesson in nineteen sixty. Seven is my first year in college. I graduated from high school. And i was interested in the asian so i wasn't sure you know exactly what i was going to study. The only college in california that offered a four year degree in in Aviation was san jose state but that was in business administration the the college of san mateo community college. They had a two year. Course that specialized the end basic training to be a pilot studied aerodynamics amex navigation in urology and stuff in in in one of the three hundred courses was actually forty hours of flying a cessna down to san carlos airport so i thought this is the perfect way to get going and so i enrolled in that program guy solo to november of nineteen sixty seven eighteen. Okay now did you. Did you collect ratings right away. After that i got my private and the course led to a commercial a rating but after about the first three semesters i kinda realizing that. This is really what i want to do. My goal is to become an airline pilot. And i knew it'd be an airline pilot. That i was gonna actually need my adp. And soft. and i was going to need to accumulate. You know quite a bit of experience. So i kind of decided you know. I'm not going to spend any more money trying to get my commercial because right now. Let's talk to serve me. 'cause i plan on getting a bachelor's degree us like to go into the military base. Oh okay so where did you go to get your bachelor's. I ended up at san francisco state university. I got my bachelors in mathematics. And then you went there were you in. Rotc not was it. Ninety day wonder and ots officer training school. At lackland in san antonio. So i i graduated from college. In june of seventy two and two weeks later. I went out to san antonio and started into your ot s for a for ninety days and they were gonna pound with training. Poetry was up. Advance up in enid. Oklahoma and i enjoy them quite a bit. It was the i found all came fairly naturally and easy the advantage of already abbot close to two hundred hours of flying time so i knew all the basics basically so it was you know i. I really have good pilots right. I felt for the guys really haven't or part wasn't that tough
"san jose state" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"San Jose State. But now he has this team atop the mountain west and those that back the 65 to 1 or whatever was as far as the future going into the season. They reached the money handsomely, including my buddy Larry reduce. It actually just threw 25 bucks on it, but it turned into about 1300 Forum. Crazy little bit there you take a far as San Jose State in this game is well. And what about the total? Yeah, I'm gonna agree with the Andy I under looks really good for me. I don't think Santa's the state gets credit for their defense. I mean, it only allows 18 points per game on the season. I mean, two touchdowns left of what they did a year ago. So massive improvements on that side of the ball and then I'm also gonna be. I know it seems like a big number here, but The reality of standards, the state and a better conference than what ball state played it standard They state won all seven other games by 10 points or more this year. Obviously, they're $6.1 against the spread. So that mean then they have no problem covering point spread so far this season and you know, you look for context, Clues and bowl season how a specific conference is doing. And Nevada looked pretty good out of Mountain West Hawaii. Look good out of the mountain West to team Sanders, a state beat, So I think you know, mountain less but much better conference in the back and I'll lay the points here with the mountain less chance over the mat. Chance. All right, B p. Let's stay with you. Then on the next game as we move on down Arkansas and TCU, of course canceled, But then we've got Some other games coming up. Hold on in just a second. I scroll the screen down and we get to New Year's Day and Cincinnati. Georgia is the early game there. The Peach Bowl. Great job by Luke Fickell on company and really felt that the layoff in between the championship game against Tulsa really hurts Cincinnati because they really were clicking offensively, much better. Then they were when they went into that game. And, you know, talk, not taking anything away from toasters defense, but just saying that Cincinnati looks so much more crisp throughout the season, and they struggle. They got off to the 10. Nothing lead after the first quarter, but you could see that they were gonna have trouble just trying to hang on and win the game. They got that late field goal to win it. Your take with Georgia, which 80 Daniels at the hell now. There are some 6.5 minus juice but mostly seven across the board 50.5 and we've seen Georgia where they've come up short and then end up getting tattooed like they did last year by Texas in a bowl game. What about this Georgia team because they seem to be a different team, especially offensively with Daniel's taking over s O Georgia minus 7 50 a half course me following the USC transfer wants to take Georgia your take on this one. Yeah, I think I'm gonna be kind of on an island on this one. I get why A lot of sharp people are on Cincinnati. I mean, maybe possible questionable motivation here for Georgia. While obviously you're going to get in a effort out of Cincinnati. I'm just not sure it's enough for Cincinnati unit. They play him and a game there. And I know a lot of people questioned. The Georgia might not want to be there. To me. It's not like a lot of other instances that would seem like a team Loser Conference championship game Had they wanted they would have made that you know the playoffs. Georgia knew they weren't going to blast when they lost the Florida well over a month ago. So to me, the difference is J p d. A. I was a quarterback. That offense is so much better. Or she had a few out dollars. But maybe not. As many as a lot of people, including myself. Thought they would. I think three starters still any top five roster in the country, So I'm I'm okay here with them playing close to home very familiar. As far as this venue. They play in this venue every year. I'm gonna lay the points here with Georgia. All right, Andy Esco you following suit there someone Georgia's well. Hey, I I'm sorry that I think I'm gonna make it three of a kind. I also support Georgia, although when I first looked at the matchup I was thinking, Gee, is there a way that that could find a reason to take Cincinnati and Brad touched upon the reasons how motivated this Georgia and this is a huge game for Cincinnati and opportunity to knock off an elite program? Such a screw to the concern I have is? Will they have some success moving the ball against the Georgia defense? That allowed just 2.5 yards per rush the season. That's one of the best in the nation. And that's playing an SEC schedule, which is very impressive and really, they're only really bad game was really the second half of the game against Alabama, although some would argue the following week when they were 17 point favorites at Kentucky. They struggled in a 14 to 333 win, even though they dominated Set as bread mentioned. They were out of the S E. C championship game in middle of the season on yet their last three games of the season, they beat Mississippi State and then a 29 point win at South Carolina and a 35 point win at Missouri. So they were clearly interested in playing. The one concern I have is some comments made by Kirby Smart about, I think was either over the weekend or right before the weekend. That he thought that there might be some cold. It concerns leading up to game time, which makes me think that and we haven't heard anything yet that maybe there will be some players who were badly in or or will have tested positive or contact tracing and that might come out in the morning. But outside from that, I think George is the right side. I think they're ultimately going to be e think they're gonna break down Cincinnati spirit and be able to extend when Cincinnati realizes They're up against one of the really based upon the talent, one of the top 10 teams in the country and an hour later over Northwestern Get going in the Citrus Bowl, Northwestern, minus 3.5 43 a half and again that defense really You know, bared its teeth early against Ohio State, and they were right there in that game Leading that came for a good portion. Your take on Northwestern Pat Fitzgerald boys, the cat's favorite 3.5 against Auburn of Coming off firing, of course, coach Mills on Total 43 a half this game from Orlando, Florida Citrus Bowl. Yeah, I'm wondering the situation there with the Auburn having the new coach Brian Harsh and who comes over from Boise State. Uh, I'd love this Northwestern team and what Pat Fitzgerald has done. I think it's 15 years or so he took over the program former linebacker there. I think he played in that Rose Bowl in Northwestern went up against USC and gave the Trojans a nice battling. You know, Northwestern used to be the punching bag for basically the entire country throughout the 19 eighties and into the 19 nineties and Now they've had a couple of West championships and he's turn This program around on Dad has done extremely well. The last two ball games have been very, very close. I'm concerned about a little bit about what all this is going to do. You know they've got the assistant coaches arson is going to bring in some of his own focuses. Most coaches do, but he's unfamiliar parity with the SEC could mean that he'll be looking to retain some of Auburn's current staff and specifically. He may be looking to retain defensive coordinator Steele who's going to be the one who is the interim coach is going to, uh, coach this game Northwestern. They play well, look, they let Ohio State keep into the third quarter of the Big 10 championship game. They do rely on defense. The offense is not their strength 3.5. That seems to be a high number of considering. I think, as I mentioned the one point wins, is there one point games in the last two bowl games? I'm going to take the point with Auburn in this one, um, wouldn't be surprised in and what is also a local What? I expect to be a low scoring game if this one does come down to winning by a field goal. Yeah, again. I'm gonna agree with Andy here. I'm gonna lean with Auburn because of the hook. They're getting 3.5. I just I'm never usually in the business and let one of the late points of Northwestern expert especially against More town. The roster that that augur has the reason I'm not liking it. Auburn is because of all you know that the issues with the coaching staff keep in mind there to play callers on offense. Whether it was you know Chad Morris, the OC or Gus Malzahn, who is, you know, perfectly capable, calling plays as a head coach. I mean, they're both gone. They won't be at this game so that to me concerns me about the effect of this that African have offensively. And because of that, and I don't think Northwestern's gonna have Ah, lot of success offensively, I you know, lean over, but I'd probably prefer under 43 a half right now..
"san jose state" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Is the Mountain West Championship game. Let's give Boise State some love here and San Jose State. Boise State is unranked San Jose State, though, is ranked number 24. Just inside the top 25. The Spartan season has been absolutely Cinderella ask it's been overlooked because of Coastal Carolina. Because of covert and everything else. But San Jose State has only three winning seasons. Since 1992. They have been awful. They were one and 11 just a couple of years ago, and right now they're ranked What a job. The coaching staff has done. The Mountain West Championship game tomorrow. 4 15 Eastern Kick on Fox. Boise State is a 6.5 point favorite. They have won 19 straight in the mountain west in the Broncos have been the bullies of this conference will be Cinderella Spartans, or Will it be the traditional bullies of the conference in the Broncos? The Mountain West Championship game. My number four tasty is match up Number three. Let's go to the American Tomorrow Night, 8 P.m. Eastern on ABC. Number 23 Toll sub number nine Cincinnati from Cincinnati's Nippert Stadium, the Bear Cats are two touchdown favorite in this game, the bear Cats look, They're one of the best teams in college football, and it's a shame. If they don't get the love because they don't play in the power five much the same way you CF has been the outside knocking Boise State for the outside knocking, but Cincinnati's legit good. Luke Fickell is a legit great college football coach. Now. Cincinnati wants all the power confident all of the ranked wins it can get because it's not in a power conference. They needed that Tulsa game. That got canceled already due to covert, but they'll have them here coming up in the American championship game tomorrow night is gonna be going on the same time as the SEC title game, but keep an eye on them because Cincinnati wants a spot. Avenue, You're six and again, there were legitimately a top 10 team of the country. Whether they plan a power conference or not. The American championship game is my number three number two, the SEC title game and the only reason this is.
Hawaii football’s originally scheduled road game against San Jose State to be played at Aloha Stadium on Saturday
"Will still play Hawaii on Saturday as originally scheduled, But the game won't be in San Jose because of tighter covert related restrictions announced by county health officials. The game instead has been moved to Honolulu. The four No Spartans final regular season game next week on the 11th against Nevada in a game that will have to be moved as well. And if the Spartans make the conference title game on the 19th, of course. They will not be able to host that in San Jose, all part of adjustments that have had to have been made nationwide week to week. The New York Times this morning at a big story titled Do We Need Football? This badly saying It's impossible to control environments outside of a bubble, and as a result, of course, so many games have been canceled because of covert outbreaks. Although play by play announcer Ted Robinson on KCBS this morning, pointed out, no real Wrong data that indicates that actually playing the sport. Is what's transmitting the virus. College campuses have been one of the hardest hit and one of the most spreading environments. As a result, college players who live on college campuses have been affected with
US coronavirus hospitalizations break 90,000 as new cases spike
"Rota virus continues to be a struggle for the US over 200,000 new cases have been reported setting a new single day record on Lee. About three weeks after the nation first broke 100,000 new cases one day The numbers continue to be staggering, and they're straining hospitals in many areas. Correspondent Jennifer King reports number of Americans who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus past 13 million and according to Johns Hopkins University, the country is averaging more than 1650 deaths per day. Experts warn that testing numbers were likely to Be erratic over the next week or so due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The grim news has been rolling in from around the country. In Wisconsin, The federal government reported that 294 nursing home residents had died of the disease between October 12th in November, 8th more than 10 times, the number reported the previous month cases they're straining hospitals in Texas, with El Paso and San Antonio, issuing partial curfews through Monday morning in California, Los Angeles County officials announced a safer at home public health order. In one month, the county has gone from 800 to 2000. People hospitalized for virus related problems. I'm Jennifer King. Virtually every state in the nation is now struggling to keep the virus from spreading on checked in California one day after Los Angeles County announced a new stay at home order, another county is reimposing pandemic rules. Correspondent Alex Stone report. 14 day quarantines will be mandatory for anybody in Santa Clara County who has traveled over 150 miles. Hotels were being closed toe leisure travelers open only to essential travel and contact sports are now banned, including home games for the San Francisco 40 Niners. Hanford University and San Jose State. Santa Clara County Health officer Dr Sarah Cody is a matter of life and death and we must slow this train or it will derail. As newly diagnosed cases and deaths have risen this month. So of hospitalizations, an all time high of 90,000 coronavirus patients are now in the hospital with the nation's seeing 50 deaths an hour
What Stops Western States From Intentional Burning As A Way To Prevent Wildfires?
"A historically destructive wildfire season across much of the western US has renewed debate over intentional burns. Those managed wildfires would help clear forests and grasslands of dangerous levels of vegetation built up over decades of fire suppression. But experts say we will need to intentionally burn many more acres to get the West's wildfire problem check NPR's Eric Westervelt reports in Colorado three of the state's five largest wildfires in history have burned this year in California. Five of the biggest on record have occurred just since August fire colleges say that while people right now might not WanNa hear it. The most effective prevention strategy is to use. More, fire to fix the region's wildfire problem people might say that you know they're scared of doing for stripe fire but you know I'm scared what will happen in the next ten years if we don't prescribe fire, let's Kate Wilkin a fire a columnist with the Wildfire Interdisciplinary Research Center at San Jose state she recognizes how awful it's been for many in recent years people who've lost loved ones and homes the fear stress in smoke-filled air drifting hundreds of miles. But in terms of forest health will says California is supposed to burn. So in the state top four, million acres burned earlier this month Wilkin. Thought Wow. We're actually getting into the ballpark how many acres used to bring California just shortly remembers me four, point, four, million and twelve million acres to burn every year contrast. California in the last few years has intentionally burned just over fifty thousand acres on public lands federal and California officials recently signed an agreement to try to boost that significantly to treat about a million acres a year with combined thinning and controlled. Burns but critics say that's nowhere near enough to meet this moment Malcolm North is a research scientist with the US Forest Service. He says a major. To expanding controlled Burns is institutional inertia in these large risk, averse state and federal agencies like the one he works for it's not something in which incremental cautious decisions are going to solve the problem. So you need to have a cultural shift in the public's understanding about the inevitability of fire, but you also need a cultural shift within the agencies to be more supportive of the. USA Fire if historically flawed forest management is half the problem here battling most fire. The other half is the world's warming climate with hotter drier conditions igniting a century of built up fuel says Michael Warren with Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. The problem has kind of turned from this thing that we can manage to a monster and taming that monster through intentional fire war says. is vital yet costly. It's estimated that thinning and prescribed burns can cost up to two thousand dollars per acre coming up with the money to do this at scale has always been a major obstacle we need to stained federal and state financial support. If we're going to have any hope of moving the needle other barriers to doing more intentional burns, include tough environmental rules and liability. Laws and then their safety. The vast majority of these fires are done without harm to people or property, but they're not risk free. For example, a Park Service controlled burn twenty years ago near Los Alamos New Mexico got out of control when high winds picked up some four hundred homes burned the federal nuclear lab. There was threatened withering criticism and congressional hearings followed the plan was flawed. The higher ups rubber-stamped it. The burn boss was not qualified to do fire this big that Los Alamos fire became the Enron of controlled Burns a rare but spectacularly, botched event whose effect is still felt today across federal agencies despite the long bitter fights in Washington over how to manage the nation's forests they're currently several bills in the US Senate would significantly boost federal funding for intentional fires. One of them even has some bipartisan support. Eric. Westervelt NPR news.
"san jose state" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Say about it would be. Ah, let's see. Ah, southeast of San Jose State. Okay, well, thank you very much. We'll have an update on that shooting here in a moment. But let's get to the six day forecast first calling for partly cloudy skies foggy and hazy overnight Drizzle nearthe water lows in the fifties and will turn partly sunny. By tomorrow afternoon. Here's the good news mohr improving air quality but still a bad enough day for people with sensitive conditions for another spare the air alert, but it looks like it will be the last 1 30 days and counting. But there will not be a 31st, at least at this point. That could change Of course, Thursday Friday Cloudy, foggy windy with temperatures Thursday and Friday in the sixties seventies and low to mid eighties. Temperatures won't be coming down all that much. But the winds will be picking up on that will help with the air quality over the weekend. Temperatures will bump up to the upper eighties Saturday and Sunday and then well cool down a bit, and the winds will pick back up on Monday for the final day of summer. Traffic and weather together on the eights on KCBS Back to our developing story this hour in San Jose, five people have been shot in downtown San Jose, too. Killed. Three others are now in the hospital. Their conditions were unknown. Unfortunately, the A P D said it would not have a statement about this tonight. So for now, this will be all the information we have. It happened. The shooting happened at around 10 o'clock. In the 600 block of South Eighth Street. And police say all of the victims suffered at least one gunshot wound. So far, no description of a suspect or suspects, and the motive for the attack is unknown. As we just heard from Victor's Saragosa. This area where the shooting took place is near San Jose State again. Five people shot two people killed, three are now being treated. In a local hospital. After a month of wildfire smoke and bad air. Some California health owners say holding classes outdoors is not working. K CBS's.
Interview with Jim Seimas Sports Editor of the Santa Cruz Sentinel
"A very special guest the sports editor for the Santa Cruz Sentinel 23 time Associated Press sports editor award-winner Jim seimas, Jim. Welcome to the show off you drop. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it Jim and I have had the awesome opportunity of meeting each other in a couple of different capacities over the last year or so first. I met you as an intern for the pajaronian wage when I was reveley scholar studying under Brad kava at Cabrillo and then later, you know in my role of sports and Information Specialist at Cabrillo and you obviously still with the Sentinel we wanted to be on the show today because Danny and I are both making money in our careers as writers, you know, we do writing here and there and I guess you could say that we had an innate interests in people who not only right but also write for the Sentinel because we've had on Ryan Masters before a former Sentinel writer who body surfed at wage. Rick's back in I think 2006 that Joe is that the year that he at Mavericks something like that. I'd have to double-check his old writings, but it was early mid two thousand. This may be late home or remembering and Ryan was an amazing interview. He was really fun and we kind of learned our lesson that when it comes to having guests on the show, you really want to look for people who are comfortable using their words took a story and who have a lot of experience kind of funneling down their information, but for somebody like me who grew up reading Hunter Thompson and a lot of writers that came originally from a sports writing background. I've always had this this Romanticism if you will of of what a sports writer is and that was kind of pushed ahead by working for Tony Nunez who was at the time the sports editor at the potter onia now, he is the managing editor and you know working with you and meeting Julie and leading one and I guess it's really cool meeting these people who spend dead. The the bulk of their time living in sport and and kind of articulating and taking sport out and a big part of what I've tried to do during my time to Cabrillo is digitized r-sport make them available for streaming online. Mostly for the purpose of trying to let more people get a chance to a common experience that activity as we enter a world following this covid-19 Choice. It's not following yet. But has we live in this kind of post covid-19 world the time before fans will be allowed back to watch sports happen will probably come after Sportz get back underway, which means that people like us are all of a sudden going to be really pushed back to the Forefront and be creating this bridge to connect people with this activity that they truly love and care for or players or teams or whatever. So kind of from that launching point. Where where did you first get started as a writer and what made you decide that that way? Are you were going to you know, keep the bills paid? Was funny cuz I interviewed so many kids that are college committed and asked what they're going to major in and half of them don't know and I'm fine with that. But I and then there's other kids who do they knew in fifth grade that I wanted to be a sportswriter. Excuse me. I have some allergies here. So I, every now and then around fourth fifth grade page and initially wanted to be like the San Francisco Giants announcer and there's only two of them and I know like connection to baseball whatsoever other than being a fan and I kind of even figured out that age like hey there I you know X ball players are getting these jobs. You're not going to get one and then, you know, just taking radio television type stuff and you know if I had a face or voice for neither, so I just kind of jumped into you know, a fifth grade. We did a little writing project. Would that where we had our books published or bound at least and I can't remember it was unbeknownst to me boss. So maybe in a contest and I wasn't a very good writer, but it won an award and I was very happy about that. I still have that book in my basement. I would like to say it was probably like Game of Thrones before Game of Thrones happened, but far simpler only three pages. So, you know, I did my own artwork for it with you know, drawings and swords and blood. Anyway, that was awful. I was hooked. I obviously don't like didn't read recently like a large audience at all, but I have so much fun writing that I really enjoyed creative writing in junior high school besides that my writing was absolutely atrocious growing up all my papers were covered in red ink from the teachers and that kind of was like the kitchen me ask to like. Hey, let's let's try harder at this. Let's try and figure out how to construct a sentence a little bit better and and your thoughts and I'm specimens. I'm still battling today, but I remember I try not to be sports editor wage. Junior High and the junior high paper is pretty much all song dedications and this and that and very little of substance but I got beat out for that position and took still enjoyed writing and then I did I did a couple of years on my high school paper at Westmont high and Campbell. And again, I did poorly in this like a British literature class. So I actually took off journalism twice you're only allowed to take it once but I knew that's what I was going to go into and you know, so and after that I went to West Valley College in Saratoga and I did far too many semesters on their page Church went to San Jose State did far too many semesters on their paper. I wasn't really like set on graduating. I was having so much fun on each step. Excuse me, boss. So on each stamp learning so much, you know when you were
"san jose state" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"That there's no issue with me using the machine when it is time for me to really cast my vote so I wanted to get my practice and early early voting for the presidential primary begins March second also this morning a lot of firefighters are being credited for pulling an elderly man from a burning home yesterday the fire damage to homes I'm Benjamin E. Mays drive in southwest Atlanta the man was taken to the hospital for injuries but his condition is unclear a person who reported the far initially tried busting through the back door but couldn't because of burglar bars while in sports the twenty twenty one college football season just got tougher for you GA the school announcing that the Bulldogs will kick off the season against Clemson at bank of America stadium in Charlotte a previously scheduled game against San Jose state was canceled you J. kicks off the upcoming season I guess Virginia at Mercedes Benz stadium right here in Atlanta on September seventh weather wise today showers are likely cloudy to with a high near fifty six that's what's happening have a great day at Lana hi Maria Boyington for news and top thirteen eighty W. A. okay with our again when if you the traffic updates sponsored by nature valley open how they could see bars we're into the eight o'clock hour had the biggest headache for you north of town eighty five north you have to worry the Jimmy Carter Boulevard crash activity there had things tied up for quite awhile first you only your rightly with getting by then you had your hello all the other lane getting by the right lane is blocked and they had left lane blocked and then the right lane blocked at the same time so it's been a little sort of a different configurations getting things figured out for you there but we start to ease up a little bit on the body of still some activity though that draws attention eight five north before Jimmy Carter both of our thirty five thousand eighty five north had one doesn't make the north to the south of the five north Cleveland at one twenty in valleys expressly it's Sigmund your westbound direction that was taken on the right traveling twenty east at least twenty east at Windsor also in on some action satisfying crunch of nature valley Quincy bars can keep your family going which means more outside one for you and with whole ingredients the list is honey it's really tasty.
San Jose State University unveils new housing plan for faculty, staff and students
"After years of negotiation San Jose state is announcing is taking over a state building your campus and turning into some much needed housing for students and staff this is Matt Bigler at San Jose state which will soon build eight hundred to twelve hundred new housing units on the site of the old all course building one block from campus SJSU president merry Papa's Ian says the existing three story building will have to be demolished it's just not a place that can be re hab they would be throwing good money after bad the announcement was applauded by the student homeless alliance vice president Brianna brown says they estimate about thirteen percent of the student body around four thousand students has struggled with homelessness in the past year I look around I see people laying in between the you know the aisles of the library and it's crazy because before I got involved in this I don't understand what that meant the university also plans to offer three million dollars in housing grants and starting in the fall it will open thirteen emergency beds for homeless students at San Jose state Matt Bigler
No. 19 Arizona dominates San Jose State 87-39
"In Tucson the nineteenth ranked Arizona Wildcats approved to three and on the year as the destroyed San Jose state eighty seven to thirty
"san jose state" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Euthanized after suffering an injury in the sixth race these injuries occurred on the third day of del Mar's fall meet of family I trump family members spoke at UCLA today several dozen people protested an appearance by Donald Trump junior he spoke at more hall at UCLA campus police kept the anti trump protesters separated from the people who came here to see Donald Trump junior but not everyone was allowed into the venue because it was too crowded inside so there was several dozen people who stood outside and wait it out not even standing room only and I came here I waited an hour and now I'm here the president is son the event was loud but peaceful at UCLA Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio the push continues to put out that barn fire completely we now have some updated information it's a burned eighty acres and it is eighty percent contained it did not threaten any structures at any time one man in an apartment complex tell CBS two had never seen anything like it I walked out my balcony and there was a pretty big wall of smoke and with the studios everything right here it's kind of unusual to have imagined the fires are less populated of the industrial area the cause of the fire is not yet known people who first saw the flames arrive say the fire seem to start and brushy area but nobody was around and also there were no power lines researchers are testing a doppler radar system radar system rather that could provide information about wildfires in our state Craig Clements is with San Jose State University and says the it's able to peer into the plume of an active fire and capture how it's moving in real time it can see through the plume it can detect the velocities in the in the fire plan just about the fire and so we can see the formation of fire world in real time so at night time you can't see anything but we can detect fire worlds moving through the fire plume around the fire from the rain radar has also also has a potential to track embers and see where they're going to go up and then we're going to come down Clement says he hopes this can bring about a better understanding of the worst wildfires and that could lead to better tools that can track and forecast fires in the future we have a problem on southbound one ten it connects to the one oh five there's an overturned vehicle and yes there is an injury accident we'll get more information on that from Tim coming up in four minutes it's ten eleven from the kids Transtillaspis a whole family connected on older devices with crowd pleasing gig speed internet from Xfinity.
California firefighters race to contain fires as winds pick up
"As others fleet wild fires a team in California races towards them Matt brewer is part of that team it's called the fire weather research lab at San Jose State University he's a firefighter and a scientist impact his team has the only whether researchers in the U. S. certified as firefighters welcome thanks for having me on I understand you have been right next to some of the biggest fires in northern California can you just describe for me what you've seen I've seen some really intense stuff I've seen the flames reaching the tallest trees is seen probably flame links of over a hundred feet easily I have seen fired jump more than a call on the ahead of the fire front and just start new fires and continued on down the slope to spend a lot of wild stuff and my two years here as soon as a state explain how studying the weather helps prepare people for future fires one thing in particular we're looking for is to see burning embers of fire within the smoke plume and seeing how far and how fast they travel as well as collecting samples of them on the ground to get a general size and shape of them and by tracking how far how fast these embers are traveling how does that help inform how future fires will move we can use some of this data to advance current models of fire progression because these embers are very important for predicting the progression of the fire on wind driven fire is especially because these numbers can start spot fires down range of the burning fire front and even start houses on players if they land gutters on roofs Exeter so the more accurately you update these models based on say like the movement of embers in previous fires the more people can prepare in what ways having these updated models and having better prediction of the fire will help managers better coordinate evacuations not having people evacuate they don't need to and beyond to have people evacuate even when the fires couple miles my house well you know we keep hearing that these wildfires they're getting bigger and bigger more frequent that this is just the new normal is that true I mean what do we need to do to turn the corner on this the problem is the issue becomes fire is a natural thing that should occur especially California on a regular basis but as humans start to push into the wildland urban interface you get problems of people not wanting to prescribe burns and you get over growth of vegetation and that is also exacerbated by climate change you get extra drying rains come later in the year so the fuel straight out more we'll have to see in the future climate how weather so it's up to get these wind events like we've been having the last couple weeks I mean obviously this is really dangerous work white keeps pulling you back straight into these crises I mean it's for research but this is really dangerous research it's really exhilarating to be there like when we first went to the Kincaid fire on the first night of ignition being on the ground watching the fire collecting brand new data with our new radar it's just a really exhilarating feeling also the fact that I hope to one day use this data to improve current models and help have a better understanding of fires and fire protection and things along those lines Matt brewer is a member of the fire weather research lab at San Jose State
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"Found posted at San Jose state the joint city county news conference was scheduled prior to that incident this is San Jose councilwoman my as far as there is a lot of fear in our communities of color in our immigrant communities and our LGBTQ communities and all of our communities first hand the trauma of hate Santa Clara county supervisor city Chavez said a survey by every town a nonprofit that advocates for gun control found fifty seven percent of mass shooters had killed a family member we need to be able to look at red flags it earlier let us know when someone is on a dangerous path and we need to work closely with local law enforcement to make sure they have the resources among other things the task force will examine the pathology of hate crimes to develop best methods of addressing the problem in San Jose my cold and KCBS is shooting last month of the Gilroy garlic festival has prompted California lawmakers to seek help from their colleagues in Nevada KCBS is Bob Butler says they're asking for help in reducing gun violence in the Golden State the government in gore used a rifle that was bought legally in Nevada you know in California we have pretty good walls on the books to keep guns out of the wrong hands and we you know we still have work to do but the numbers have been improving the challenge we have is that many people can go to places like Nevada or Arizona that border our state and by guns and bring them into our state assembly member Bobby works was one of nine burial lawmakers to sign a letter she said the Vatican restrict book purchases in institute waiting period the Vatican require gun dealers in the state to share the sales records with state law enforcement agencies as California does and so I think there's these ideas and other things to that you know we want to put all ideas on the table I think every elected official regardless of political party wants to ensure that our communities are safe she knows the states are getting no help from Washington yeah that's why we think working collaboratively with our neighboring states you know opening up a dialogue having a conversation around some of the policies that we think could work to help reduce gun violence is a really important critical step in San Francisco by Butler KCBS coming up on KCBS I'm Jennifer Hodges frustration over coastal erosion and what senator city officials are attempting to do about it other communities that have had to deal with this the CBS news time eleven oh eight checking traffic and weather together every ten minutes on KCBS in here's all the Jacob the Tracy commute is a bit busy this traffic of art is brought to you by Hans water.
Police deadly force incidents decline in California
"According to a new crime report published by California's department of justice police use of force incidents that is incidents in which officers fired their guns or in which people were killed or seriously injured dropped in both the twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen for an overall drop of twenty percent officers are thinking twice Michael rustigan is professor emeritus of criminal justice at San Jose state university he credits better police training that emphasizes less lethal alternatives in confrontations we're using other message there de escalating they're taking their time they're not as trigger happy he also points to more successful prosecutions of unjustifiable uses of force as well as the increased use of body cameras by police officers as a deterrent effect on those officers who might be a little trigger happy the report comes as California lawmakers consider legislation that would increase the standard for when officers are allowed to use deadly
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"From from there. What was interesting with that? I found some some of the most interesting thing is that as a motivator. Oh, he was there. He he did that he also he also new to defer to Tim gerbrich as his assistant coach who was the top assistant coach in college basketball at the time and later became the top NBA assistant coach, and that's not just me saying, this is certainly across the board. But he deferred to Gerg. So many times that it was great. It was a good cop bad cop. Sometimes it was they had a balance there that was masterful in the way that those two operated and motivated these players to the point where they thought when they played San Jose State that they were taking on Duke. And then the national championship was at stake, and that they had to go straighten balls out, and and they'd get up by thirty points. You know, because they're playing San Jose State earlier, but the great motivators and they made every player better. They didn't get great recruits here, by the way, back then, you know, they really did not get great recruits Nobu blue chippers here, but they turned him in the better players once they doubt Eric final question. Did you ever hear any racial epitaphs directed towards Marvin Menzies? Yeah. I didn't hurt anybody again. Yeah. I'm not. I'm not on coaches, social media or e-mailers own y'all. By directly about her that now, see I was just asking him some really good questions. And then we had to go back to Marvin Menzies sorry curveball. Well, look, I mean this sincerely Eric your stand-up guy for coming on. And and answering some some questions that maybe aren't the easiest, and this is tough. But I have no doubt you're going to be working somewhere next year. There's no doubt. I know Marvin man, I know everyone on the staff is going to be getting a gig somewhere. Whether that's for Marvin Menzies or not, I don't know. But you know, you still have your whole life ahead of you your career ahead of you. And you know, like, I said, I think you're a standup guy for doing this. I appreciate it. And we'd love to talk to you again wherever you are working sometime soon, we hope down the road. I appreciate you guys. Haven't been good talking college basketball. Thanks, eric. I appreciate we wish you luck. My man. Thank you. Eric brown. I was gonna ask favorite rock band from the seventies other than Steph one because you start there at the mountaintop, and you go other than zeppelin who's your favorite rock. Gosh. I'm having some some Grateful Dead. Can't actions or something along those lines. I appreciate him doing that interview. Guests that's more than I can say for some of the other people on the staff. Okay. He was willing to do this answer the difficult questions. I'm glad he cleared up. Maybe some of those rumors because I did hear that rumor that Menzies asked for two year extension perhaps. That's not true. I believe Eric. He said, here's what Eric said. Very careful. He said he did not hear that. So he didn't say he didn't say it wasn't true. He said he added. So there's a there is a significant difference. What he's he's a young guy from further coaching business. He's still young. You'll probably be a head coach somewhere along the lines. He'll probably get a good. And we wish him the best. We really do. Eric. Thank you so much for taking some time. We really appreciate it. We'll take some calls on that. That was an interesting interview to five seven five three nine six the number call against seven two to five seven five three nine six is the number to call. We were just speaking with Eric Brown. Former assistant to Marvin Menzies here at UNLV. Let's go to Scott, Scott. Thanks for calling in. How are you? What's up, Scott? Good guys eleven days ago, when the AD fired Menzies do you think about a reporter stood up and said, I'll give you a billion dollars. If you know the head. Coach's name at South Dakota. I hope she explain let me explain real choice. You guys know that let me just explain what Scott is saying to our listeners, the South Dakota coach who looks like we'll most likely be the UNLV coaches TJ. Akhil burger and the answer to that Scott is no they probably not in the reason. Why is I put I put somebody who who's a supporter of TJ, you know, it was on social media. And I guess one of the fans had responded by saying I don't know who that is. And then he responded by saying if you don't know who this is you shouldn't be commenting on this threat. And then I jumped in being you know, the the social harasser that. I am. And I said you look do you think the average UNLV fan that is thinking of buying season tickets? Do you want to knows who this guy is? Of course, not the answer is. No. And I gotta tell you Scott. I think this is a mistake. It's another mistake by UNLV if they hire this guy. What do you think here's the thing that you guys chew on it? And you say if you take this job next year, and you and you play fast, which I think he does and you come in averaging eighty five points a game because it's always been called the running rebels, right, but cruder slow Marvin team played in the fifties. Sometime sixties if you come in burping. Up thirty three game and ninety two point nine eight and you come in third the out west and you go from four thousand eight thousand people to stance your heroes. I agree. I couldn't agree with you more Scott. Yeah. I agree. One hundred ninety two and make it exciting to words, Scott, Mike Miller. Or that? I mean, just I just need to start pushing the ball again about four or five guys like sling. It exciting. Go watch. I agree. I'm not sure TJ's the answer to that. But Scott, I do appreciate the call. Good to hear from you. My man. Thank you, very much are the rabbits here. Jack rabbits, C you guys. Here's what we're gonna do. We're going to take a break. And when we come back, we are going to get the latest. We're going to stay stand. This. You wanna be theme? We are going to get the latest on who is going to be the next head coach is going to be this guy. TJ also burger, Mark Anderson. The journal is going to be joining us. He does a fantastic job covering UNLV. What is the latest on the coaching situation? Mark Anderson will be joining us next. We got from channel eight in studio along with the sharp IM Shapiro. We'll be back.
What do you do with a dead solar panel?
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Do we recycle all those solar panels? I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul Kutner. This is climate cast. They're popping up all over the place rows of solar panels, lined up in fields catching sunlight, generating power solar panels are a good way to reduce atmosphere greenhouse gas emissions, but they also have electric waste that needs to be recycled. So how will it happen? Dustin Mulvaney as an associate professor of environmental studies at San Jose State university. I talked with him on Skype. Most of solar panel is made of glass, you're gonna have bits silicon a little bit of silver a little bit of lead, some copper some aluminum, but that really makes up less than ten percent or so the solar panel. So when you're dealing with Peavey waste, you really have to be a specialist in understanding how to handle glass and with as many as we've deployed around the United States. For example, a lot of those are still in the field for many years, maybe a decade to come. When is that need that mass need for recycling? Really? Going to celebrate. I'd argue that the need for recycling is already here. We had hurricane hit Puerto Rico in create real tremendous amount of waste in Puerto Rico. We had a tornado takeout somewhere on the order two hundred thousand solar panels in southern California couple of years ago. The big flow of waste is really gonna start coming somewhere on the order fifteen years from now. And where we at now with recycling capability and who's working on the problem. Where should we be in say ten or fifteen years interestingly, they've been working on solar panel recycling technologies really since the nineteen eighties. The national labs have played a really critical leadership role here and several private companies as well, Dustin. We know the huge boom in photovoltaic solar modules is replacing carbon and mercury pollution that was going into the atmosphere and into the lakes, so one way to think about this might be as a trade off. How manageable is the you waste. And solar panels compared to what we've been pumping straight into the atmosphere with power sources like coal. I think it's questionable that there are environmental benefits to solar power, even considering potential end of life waste issues. The issue seems to be very manageable. In fact, it's going to have to be manageable because one of the issues with solar panels is that they rely on some rare in precious metals so in order to really make inroads with solar power. We're going to have to make sure that we recover these way streams in not resort to having to mine. Our landfills in the future to recover these elements, Dustin Mulvaney, associate professor of environmental studies at San Jose State university. Thanks for your insight today. I appreciate talking with you. Thanks so much. My name is Ali tennis. I'm a senior energy planner with the Great Plains institute. I worked with local governments on climate and energy action planning and primarily Minnesota. But also throughout the mid west. I am a cellphone appaluse resident who is an avid biker and has an easy for a backup of call that I've had for months now. So it sits out side we run an extension cord to it that would has worked fine. The thing about the is that the body of the vehicle will not warm up. So you really gotta get out and get up snow off and rice off. I still am not used to the ranging Zaidi. I definitely get that particularly when it's cold, and you kinda really goes miles going down. But otherwise, it's it's worth great returns on colds. Yeah. Reason I was hesitant. And getting e v is that I really kind of visioned myself as being car-free eventually, I think that we also need to think about how we can reduce driving. And I think that maybe an av as a gateway so getting any for environmental reasons, and then starting to bike once a week or take transit once a week or Telecommute and do those kinds of things. And so I think it's certainly part of the picture. But if we're really looking at meaning our goals on climate. We can't just switch one for one and go to electric vehicles. So yes, it is the better option, but it's. The only option. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.
College Basketball Tournament Games In Full Swing
"As college hoops CU. Buffs will take on Cal in the first round of the Pac twelve tournament that'll be Wednesday at three thirty in Las Vegas mountain west tournament opened yesterday on the women's side CS is out air force, falls, Wyoming. We'll get Utah state tonight in men's action on Wednesday. It'll be shoe Boise state. Why owning versus New Mexico an air force taking on San Jose State DU women season over after falling to North Dakota in the summit league tournament eighty sixty seven northern Colorado men northern Colorado women both seeded second in the Big Sky. Turns the women open tomorrow the men on
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"Golomb. And I mean like, we're everyone's so proud of him. He's the talk of the week all week and like no one can stop talking about heaven like the Super Bowl. I think it's an incredible. I think it's a very small percentage of people that can be in the position he's in. It's amazing. It's awesome. Many came from our school brings us a lot of pride golf was thirty nine and four is Marin Catholic's quarterback before moving to Cal. And then the NFL Chris Dez is emcees principal. He knows how to be a team player put every everybody above self. And I'm real excited to see what he can do this Sunday against. Tom Brady, then several hundred students formed the words go golf is several drones captured video of the tribute which will be sent to Gough tomorrow. And then a cheer going to do. With the big smile. So here we are. Three two one. In canfield, Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS, dozens of students gathered at San Jose State yesterday to watch as the very own Nanno satellite was deployed from the international space station. This is Matt Bigler at San Jose State where students were glued to alive feed from the international space station watching nervously as astronauts released their many satellite into space. Here's how they reacted. Renton a grad student from Cameroon said watching the deployment was exciting. But also nerve wracking. She was responsible for folding up the satellite's parachute or Exo break after just sixty seconds. We didn't know if the exhibit listening to deploy and it was successful. So it's released a lot of fresher. The team will use the parachute to steer the cube sat to a specific re entry point says Mark Murdock, a scientist at NASA Ames is going to burn up in about four or five months deliberately and then, but we will deliberately target century point, the technology education satellite as part of a partnership between San Jose State and NASA Ames in Mountain View. This was the eighth and largest Nanno sat in the series at San Jose State. Matt Bigler KCBS. And to see a video from the launch party. Check out our Facebook page, go to KCBS radio.
Molestation lawsuit aims to limit San Jose student-teacher contact through social media, texting
"To take place between where we are saying there are situations that are unacceptable and also making sure that we're not discouraging supportive contacts. Thank you. That's Heather Latimer. Dean of the Laurie college of education at San Jose State university. She says with the current advancements in technology. There's a need for dialogue involving teachers students and parents about what's inappropriate contact when it comes to teachers student communication after school hours. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. He killed an eight year old boy and a drive by shooting. And now he's going to prison for life sentences life without the possibility of parole for the man who opened fire in a home family was having dinner. A bullet struck the little boy and killed him. He'd only been living in Pomona for three years after arriving from an orphanage in Taiwan is adopted parents were having dinner inside with
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"How about Dan Marley at Grand Canyon? He's done a tremendous job down there. And it's not exactly a a scenario where you'd expect you know, someone to build a build a monster program. MBA guy got a bit of a swagger to get proper career. Pretty well. He's he's clearly a very decent coach could be a nice fit. But Chris if they lose at home to San Jose State, the boosters every single booster. We'll be up in arms and that along because desert reprints wa she wa- sh she's th this is this is just just a stop for her and her career. Yes, she wants to move up the ladder. So to speak. She can't take. She can't have teams losing like that at home and having boosters literally Commodore office and demand things be changing. She can't have that she'll make is I think that if we lose at home against San Jose State within twenty four hours Marvin Menzies will be asked to resign. So Ron rebels. They'll take on San Jose State tomorrow down at the Thomas and Mack. Let's see if they can bounce back from that. Absolutely rough loss. I hope they win the game. Yes. A game and they should win the game so much going on this weekend out there gives call seven two two five seven five three nine six. What's on your agenda for the weekend and the world of sports as we got so much going down, the the the the Bronner Manny Pacquiao fight. And then of course, Sunday JD, it's all going down, and it's not going to be here Vegas, but we know Vegas is still going to be the spot. Whether it's sports books. Whether it's a all the watering holes around town all eyes will be on Kansas City and New Orleans as both the AFC NFC championship games get underway. And you've got some interesting dynamics to say, the least and both these football games. JD? Let's start with the the early game. Of course, which is the saints taking on the new the the Los Angeles Rams in New Orleans a match up of of a guy just turned forty obviously. And drew Brees at the quarterback position. And of course, the most likely. A young young player who's gonna look to kind of make his stamp come playoff time. That's Jared Goff in Los Angeles. The Rams you got a young head coaching, Los Angeles. This is a match up that a lotta people expect a lot of fireworks as far as both these offenses. But is there a possibility JD that that defense could be could be shining through when these two squads take the field coming Sunday? Yeah. It is. They both have actually really good defenses. Although the saints just lost thirty tackles Sheldon rankings for the year. He was he's a pro. But they've got three corners that can play Cooper cups. Not playing Cooper Cup was a big part of that that Rams team in that forty three to forty win. Or what was it? What was the score of that game? It was it was a high. Remember up sixty points at half. I had the under in that game. And I was done at half. I remember I was at the I think I was at the Shriner's open for that game. I was watching. I was watching it there. But the the Rams have Aaron Donald they have Akiba's back, Markus. And honestly, the saints don't have a lot offensively. I know. I know they have drew Brees. But besides that they've got Michael Thomas who's having an unbelievable year. But if you if you doubled him in which they obviously were this weekend. You've got.
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"For new buildings downtown. I this. The city hasn't been up to the new state standards for how many units building owners can create on a given property in the council has voted unanimously to move ahead with plans that would allow developers to double the number of market rate units allowed if they build enough affordable housing says Santa Rosa supervising planner. Jessica Jones, really what this ordinances trying to do is to. Be part of the broader citywide effort to address the housing issues in the council's housing goals. She says the density changes would be coming to downtown near transit with the idea of reducing sprawl and making the now sleepy downtown area. More vibrant that was the goal that started before thousands of people lost their homes in the fall of twenty seventeen. Now, it takes on more urgency council member, Julie combs, this density. Bonus ordinance update is in key me to key goal. That are council has had in stimulating housing in Santa Rosa. This is this is a major piece of that. The city is also voted to reduce fees for new buildings and expedited processing for some residential developments. Megan gold, speak KCBS, the threat of catastrophic. Wildfires has driven a northern California town to launch a goat fund me campaign to bring herds of goats to city owned land. Clear brash that city began the online crowdsourcing campaign last month with a goal of raising thirty thousand dollars for the project those behind it safe because it takes time to secure grant funding. The town needs the money now to hire local goat ranchers because they're only available this winter city officials say the ranchers have already rented out there hurts to other municipalities the rest of the year and the town's four hundred fifty acres of greenbelt makes it especially vulnerable to fires. KCBS news time now at ten forty three after years of battling over its future. Home was physically moved today from one location on San Jose State to another. Various points along the route here there were only a few feet on either side as sixty five hundred square foot home was moved through the streets of downtown San Jose currently onto the campus of San Jose State. The city the students historical society, folks, you know, obviously, a faculty and staff here and kind of get all on the same page saying we're going to pick this up, and we're gonna move it. And we're going to put it in a permanent resting spot that no one will ever move this house again Charlie fought with the university. Everybody laughed, and we said we're get to pick up and move a house. The house had to be moved from one spot on the campus to another to make room for a new science building. Pat curious with the preservation action council of San Jose, MRs super, and it's been no trouble of the city of the she's me the university's been so cooperative at the campus to San Jose State. Jennifer, Hodges KCBS KCBS news time ten forty four. Hey, I'm Andrew Krasny. From the VM Harry about open every spring. The.
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"KCBS. KCBS news time is ten nineteen the national air traffic. Controllers association is asking President Trump to end the partial government shutdown. Now KCBS is Rebecca corral says controllers and pilots are growing concerned about air safety longer the shutdown drags on nation's air. Traffic controllers are being paid for their work or rather they will eventually be paid for the work. They're doing now. But do you really want the people who are directing air traffic to be worried about paying for groceries medication? And mortgages, we do need them concentrating on the work that they need to do. But they're human and they have families and their livelihood being threatened. Trish Gilbert is executive vice president of the air traffic controllers association. Airspace system is quite big at any given time. There's over five thousand flights in the air seventy thousand flights a day. Then there are the workers who've been furloughed Gilbert says even if their work isn't considered essential, right? This minute. It does keep the system running safely long-term. And no one's doing it. Now, for example, training has been suspended for the next generation of controllers. There are just under two thousands of the ten thousand five hundred fully certified controllers that are eligible to retire. And if in fact, they do retire either because they were planning to or their frustration. We will have staffing issues that will affect capacity, so we will see delays. She says there are numerous other tasks left undone during this shutdown Rebecca chorale KCBS, President Trump's requests for TV airtime to deliver a prime time address on border security tomorrow night sparked a debate among the major TV networks today, the four major broadcast networks waited several hours before eventually. Deciding to carry the office address live those decisions came after a lengthy debate on social media about whether the network should give President Trump has requested airtime. Earlier KCBS, Jeff Balan, Patty rising spoke to San Jose State journalism and mass communications professor, Richard Craig. I can understand how most people would think. Wow. This is a slam dunk. Every time the president asked for an Oval Office address, the ask the broadcast networks he gets it. But but that's not the case back in two thousand fourteen President Barack Obama asked for a prime time address on immigration, and he was denied date. They shuffled him to cable. Well, there's a couple of different things going on here. Number one. You know, politics has largely been siphoned away by by various cable networks things like that things that used to be carried on the network automatically aren't necessarily done anymore that and the fact that President Trump has a history of you know, to put a tiny stretching the truth. So so that at least raise the question of whether or not they should actually do this even though it's kind of a departure from previous custom. Is there a concern for this president or any president about the whole notion of crying wolf if you will if he's asked for this time he gets on the air tomorrow night, and perhaps it's more political than anything else? Mike, the networks be more gun shy. The next time around they might be. I'll say this the President Trump. He is not traditionally worry too much about what what media reaction is going to be or what traditional norms are. He's been pretty much similar who comes out and says, whatever he believes. Is true at a given moment and let the chips fall where they may prominent democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have petitioned the networks for equal time. Do you think they will get it? Should they get it? I think the the likelihood is good that they will get it only because the White House has said the speech is only going to run eight minutes if it we're going to run app and our thereabouts. You know, then then the networks are looking at. Well, do we give the democrat the half hour? I know that that at least a couple of the networks have said that they're going to have an analysis program afterwards. So we'll we'll see if the democratic response as part of that circle back to something that you said early on, which was know, basically, the landscape is changing that what used to be a slam dunk for getting somebody on the air getting someone getting the president on the here is not necessarily. So these days what why is that? Well, when the three networks were the only game in town. You know, they they could say all right? This is important. This is something that the whole nation needs to hear about. But you saw you know with the with the nominating conventions, for example, they used to be big ratings successes, and then as cable networks began covering them in more depth, and such they stopped covering them. You know, it used to be a week of primetime coverage. Now, it's one speech at the end of the week. And that's about all you get them their main networks because you have the MSNBC's the Fox News channel things like that. That will go wall to wall coverage on this. So the networks feel like they're not required to cover everything in the depth of they used to be that's Richard Craig? He's a journalism and mass communications professor at San Jose State university. Muir woods in Marin county was closed today due to the partial government shutdown. It's one of several sites within the Golden Gate national recreation area that has stayed open after the shutdown began two weeks ago, but with limited staff to clean the grounds and maintain the bathrooms the National Park Service decided to close the park because of overflowing trash cans and toilets. Muir woods will likely remain closed until the government shutdown ends KCBS news time coming up on ten twenty.
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"Cagey away ten weather forecast. We're looking at sunny skies today, but keeping it cool with highs around mid fifties. At the coast. To about sixty low sixties by the bay and inland today. Your K G O eight ten years is next. Subsidies. President Trump nominating an attorney general William bar, former President George Hw Bush attorney general to serve in the same capacity. The president making the announcement this morning, what are the most respected jurists in the country, highly respected lawyer, former attorney general. The Bush administration. Terrific, man. A terrific person. And President Trump says he will be nominating State Department spokeswoman and former Fox News anchor Heather Nauert to be the next ambassador to the United Nations. A protest is underway at San Jose State university students are taking a stand against the homeless problem on campus. Thirteen percent of students at Stanford San Jose State are homeless sleeping in their cars or places like the library. Protesters would like the university to accommodate homeless students by giving them access to reserve parking spots beds or even spots in the dorms a sad end to the life of former major league baseball players. Louise, foul Buena and Jose castio STO played for the San Francisco Giants, you may remember from two thousand four to two thousand eight of the pair left a game in Venezuela last night, and they got into a car accident. Swerving to avoid sliding rocks on the roadway Bueno was thirty three and castio..
Emanuel Luhn, longtime owner of Jeffreys Toys, dies at 93
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Emmanuel loon longtime owner of Jeffries toys dies at ninety three. By me. Russell from business. Emanuel, Manny loon who owned a chain of bay area stores known to generations of children for the assortment of hard. Find toys before the business was whittled down to one location. Jeffries toys has died. He was ninety three loon died of heart failure October twenty third at his danville. Home said son, Geoffrey loom, for whom the store was named manual loon earned a reputation as the big kid at the store chains center and was remembered by his children for setting off water rockets at Berkeley traffic intersection outside one of his shops and building towers of toys just to see how high he could stack them Jeffries toys, located in San Francisco's financial district since two thousand seventeen is still humming amid a difficult time for toys stores. It's outlasted toys R us and survived the arrival of e commerce. Mark loon. His eldest son took over Jeffrey's toys nearly three decades ago and remains its owner. He just was not a get rich build an empire kinda guy said Jeffrey loon a photographer. He just worked really really hard. He never criticized anybody, but people wanted to please him because he was a nice, man. Born on April eighteenth, nineteen twenty five Emanuel loon grew up in Oakland with his mother, and father birdie and Morton and older, brother. Joel the family owned a general store. Birdies variety store that sold everything from housewares to hardware in the nineteen thirties after World War, Two more Americans had young children and demand for toys boomed with the population birdie and Morton loon opened birdies toy house in San Leandro in nineteen forty eight and steered their son into the toy business when he returned from his service in the Marine Corps. He left behind his engineering. Studies at San Jose State university. The store chain grew with new locations in San Francisco. Daly city, Berkeley, walnut creek and Hayward. Emmanuel loon, married his teenage sweetheart Mildred and they had three children twins, Mark and Stevie and Jeffrey the children were of course, drafted into the toy business. Mark loon said he was the buyer for the hobby department by the time he was twelve when the children were young the loons lived in the bedroom community of San Lorenzo where people deck their front yards with elaborations at Christmas time, the spectacle, drew so many sightseers it required police to direct traffic. Jeffrey loon said the men in the neighborhood would take turns dressing as Santa Claus and handing out candy canes to children, Emmanuel loon would take his turn. But he also gave a gift to every kid. Jeffrey loon said his dad would put on the red suit and load his delivery van with wrapped gifts. Madam Alexander dolls for the girls and baseball mitts for the boys. He knocked on every door in the neighborhood where Jewish Jeffrey loon said, but as a family in the toy business Christmas was a major event for us. Emmanuel loon retired in nineteen eighty nine. To spend more time with family and handed off the business to Mark loom the business shrunk to one location on market street, which moved to Berkeley than forty five Colonel street in San Francisco assigned billing Jeffries toys, as the oldest toy store in San Francisco continues to draw tourists into the aisles, which are stuffed with jigsaw puzzles baby dolls and LEGO sets services were held at the chapel of the chimes and Hayward in his eulogy. Jeffrey loon said his father's legacy lives on in the hundreds of people the loons employed over the years. Emmanuel loon is preceded in death by his wife Mildred and daughter Stevie. In addition to his two sons loons survivors include his longtime companion Peggy Brodie for grandchildren, five great, grandchildren, and a rare collection of Madam Alexander dolls.
USOC goes nuclear on USA Gymnastics
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. USOC goes nuclear on USA gymnastics, author unknown for sports, the US Olympic Committee is moving to revoke USA gymnastics status as the governing body for the sport at the Olympic level meeting out the nuclear option to an organization that has botched its own reorganisation in the wake of a sex abuse scandal involving former team doctor Larry Nassar in an open letter to the gymnastics community, Monday, US Olympic Committee, CEO Sarah Hersh land said you deserve better. And that the challenges facing USA gymnastics are more than it is capable of overcoming as currently constructed. The US Olympic Committee also has faced criticism for not responding quickly and appropriately to sexual abuse cases. And though the move was cheered by the gymnast whose revelations helped propel Nassar's years of abuse to the four. Thank you re tweeted, Rachel, din Hollander, others viewed it as a ploy to shift blame today's announced. By USOC seeks only to deflect from their total failure over decades to protect the gymnasts in their care said a statement from attorneys Michelle Simpson two-goal and moa Z's who represent Olympia tasha Schweickart and her sister Jordan in their lawsuit against USA gymnastics, and the US Olympic Committee this year, the US Olympic Committee said it was seeking to remove itself as a defendant from a number of lawsuits, including those filed by gold medalist Michaela, Maroney, Jordan Weaver, and Allie rice -ment claiming Nassar did not work for the federation nor were his crimes for Siebel by the committee the lawsuits claim the US Olympic Committee as the umbrella organization that oversees USA gymnastics should have done more when it learned of the abuse. Elsewhere Stanford women are top soccer. Seed defending national champion Stanford is the top overall seed in the women's NCWA tournament and will host Seattle in its postseason opener. Friday the cardinal entered the tournament on a school record forty one. Game unbeaten streak six longest in CWA history. Santa Clara is a number three seed in its portion of the bracket and begins play Saturday when it hosts Milwaukee in the same bracket, San Jose State plays its first game Friday at number two seed UCLA running the New York City marathon has set a record for the most finishers of any marathon worldwide fifty two thousand eight hundred twelve organizers said Monday, the total top the Mark of fifty one thousand three hundred ninety four from the two thousand sixteen New York City marathon, the race through the city's five boroughs Sunday was watched by more than one million spectators crisp fall day, Lisa deceased of Ethiopia and Mary kidney of Kenya where the men's and women's winners. Obituary Gianluca baron a World Cup downhill skier from Switzerland has died in a paragliding accident. He was twenty four the Swiss ski federation said Barron one of its best prospects at how fine. Speed races died Sunday morning.
"san jose state" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of oral. He probably gets asked that fifty times a day. I just the way he answered decided so annoyed so bad. He goes anywhere. That's the question that I want to ask them. What's your name? I didn't wanna ask him more of the talk questions. But if I did I was gonna say, you know, what are the everyday things that you struggle regular phase getting into shower rows toilets. Does it suck being? That's all. It to get into a car or sit down in a restaurant do mind crawling into our studios that okay with you. I I'm looking at the door right now. And I think he'd absolutely have to doctor you just get into this thirty. It's just it's just unbelievable. What we appreciate George, and he's he's and I meant what I said he's a really good coach he works. Really? Well with the kids. He's smart. He's got a very dry sense of humor. Especially when I'm when I'm rapping one of his games. He was speaking of. He probably has the best bird's-eye point of view of the court. He does he does a good job of the kids. We we appreciate George. So if you were watching any of the games over the weekend, we talked about the World Series. We'll get more into into that tomorrow. But I said this last week, and I preface it all the time when we talk UNLV football said like Tony Sanchez, which I do I want him to succeed. JD? They played San Jose State. Arguably and correct me if I'm wrong JD, probably one of the worst if not the worst offenses individual in college football is that fair to say JD, San Jose State had scored I believe twenty one points and their biggest game prior to this fifty point outburst. UNLV gives up fifty points to San Jose State. And they lose and they are now Trump furnace their quarterback, San Jose, San Jose state's quarterback had a very big arm. He played pretty well. But every single quarterback that UNLV played Tom Brady has played very very well at this point. I think that UNLV probably has the worst defence in college football, and you can't use injuries as an excuse. I know there are a couple of guys out. This has absolutely nothing to do with our Monte Rogers and everything to do with just their defense. Just being absolutely horrific. Terrible. Did not just not just horrific but also unprepared. Very very unprepared. I didn't play that bad. He'll pick six, but he didn't play offense isn't the issue. It's not the offense is good enough to maybe win half your games in mountain west play. I think that's fair to say even with maximum. Well right now. UNLV is a twenty five.
"san jose state" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Required. And coming up on KCBS, some changes to the farm Bill that could prevent the area cities from regulating pesticides. It is five fifteen KCBS Joe salvatore's here on the sports talk in college football fan. Susan, San Jose State was a forty two point underdog going into Eugene to take on the ducks. They've made it interesting, but just too much offense of firepower from Oregon a second down Herbert Firestone wide open. Jacob really to the races. Ted touchdown Oregon sixty five yards and Herbert but ten touchdown pass on the young season Roxy Bernstein on the Pac twelve network there's about two minutes to go in the game Oregon is going to win but not by much. They lead San Jose State thirty five to twenty two so kind of a moral victory for the Spartans, but they are going to fall to Owen three Cal leading Idaho stayed in Berkeley twenty eight to nine in the third quarter Ashton Davis with an eighty nine yard kickoff return for a score. Chase Garber with two touchdown pass. Both of those going to Jordan Dunkin earlier Stanford would no problems with UC Davis winning on the farm thirty two ten K J Costello two hundred and fourteen yards passing and two touchdowns. The Browns will release troubled wide receiver. Josh, gordon. This'll be on Monday, Gordon will be subject to waivers and the other thirty one teams can claim him until Tuesday. According to Cleveland dot com. Gordon showed up lake to the facility this morning and was quote, not himself. Of course. Josh Gordon has had numerous problems with drugs particularly marijuana in his NFL career the as trail the race now in Tampa, forty two in the bottom of the six given the go ahead RBI triple after Matt and tied it with twenty seven th Homer in the top of the six fifteen and forty five and all these one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS..
"san jose state" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Open traffic is backed up into, Vacaville all the way up to l. Myra, you don't wanna do this it's going to take you over an, hour to go through that traffic if, you get off at Almira you can pick up Peabody road Peabody road take. It all the way down till you can't go any farther and, then you turn onto airbase, Parkway which will get you back. To interstate eighty and well past all this mess eastbound side is slow also from airbase Parkway up to campus Parkway major delays through. Solano county, but particularly westbound San Francisco traffic it's. Getting kinda Harry trying to get to outside lands because it's about to get underway in about an hour and ten minutes George so. Kim that puts pressure on outbound fell street and that's. One? Of the The reasons why. The central freeway is backed up. To mission Dubose and of course. Nineteenth avenue northbound is going to be slow from around Ortega or, Pacheco in the northbound. Direction and it's putting a lot of pressure as well on, Lincoln boulevard in the vicinity. Of nineteenth and also in the vicinity of sunset gates open at eleven o'clock thank you sir you're next update is at nine fifty eight on. The traffic leader KCBS city Sleepworld six day forecast maybe a little change. In the Hazen smoke situation today, it's not a great big change but some, areas do seem to be seeing a little less of it this, morning seventies to eighties by the eighties, to nineties and well over one hundred over one hundred well inland so not. Much change in the basic temperature story over the last few days, maybe some the shifting over, the weekend the expectation for a. Little rotation that high pressure ridge and get some marine air mixing in that could clear the era bring those inland temperatures down by. A few, degrees and that general trend night morning. Low clouds along the coast In mild conditions near the coast to quite warm inland continuing through the middle of next, week traffic and weather together on the eight so an all news one zero six, nine AM seven forty KCBS Tree squirrels are a. Big draw on the San Jose State campus the Rockstars, at university of your very popular so, why are their numbers dropping and does, it have anything to do with rat. Traps this is Matt Bigler I'll have,.
Giants, Diamondbacks and Detroit Tigers discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Face CBS news time ten forty five at sports. Time, we join, Joe Salvator and we're gonna be talking about the. Giants Joe Jack Carey the giant set to wrap up. The four-game set it gets the Diamondbacks, down at Phoenix and good news BUSTER Posey is. In. The lineup today you'll be playing first base passed a. Concussion test yesterday she gets struck by a foul tip off the. Bat Paul Goldschmidt that was on Friday night Stayed in the game got another base hit to, it's in the game but when he rounded I after that hit felt a little dizzy in the giants and want to take any chances but again he is a past the protocol and is in the, starting lineup today a day off Brandon Crawford s later we'll be in left field Steven Doug also getting arrest the giants. Will send to the hill Derek Holland against Robbie Ray giants right now at. The five hundred Mark trailing the Diamondbacks by six games in the NFL west asked for the as they look to go twenty one. Games over the five hundred Mark and complete a, series sweep, of the Detroit Tigers. Here this afternoon the as of what eleven straight against Detroit going. Back, to last, season and are six zero against the Tigers this. Year also Getty closer to the Yankees who have the. Top American League wildcard spot they are, only three and a half games back at lead. The. Mariners for that second wildcard position by two and a. Half games it'll be a day off Offer closer Blake trying and he's pitched the first two games of the series so juries familiar who did not pitch yesterday will be Bob Melvin closer if the as have the lead in, the night dinning Trevor hill will go up against Francisco Larry on the Astros today place Lance mccullers junior on the DL. Yes some discomfort in his right elbow Houston is the only team in the. Major leagues that have used just five starters so far this year final wealthy final match at the Silicon Valley classic set for two. O'clock at San Jose State Nikki will go up against Maria. Sakari of Greece again that match will start at two o'clock or fifteen and forty five and all these. One.
Amazon’s facial-recognition tool misidentified 28 lawmakers as people arrested for a crime, study finds
"News station KCBS will burn off some morning overcast and see another warm. Bay area day with a spirit the airline to good morning I'm STAN Bunger I'm Susan Lee Taylor here's what's happening new report is casting doubt. On the quality of Amazon's facial recognition software the American Civil Liberties union says it set up a database. Of twenty five thousand arrest mugshots and then, ran them through the Amazon recognition tool the ACLU says the system. Flagged Twenty-eight members of congress as likely, matches with photos in the. Mugshot database in each case mistakenly not shocking result though according to James Wayman director of San. Jose State university's biometric? Identification research program recognition doesn't work that well it's subject to false, negatives meaning I don't look like me a lot of, days and at subjects to a. False positives Meaning I look even like you Susan Wayman made those comments on. A recent episode of ten questions was standing Susan podcast that's available at radio dot com Amazon says the ACLU used to low confidence standard for. Facial matches a, standard more appropriate for photos of say hot dogs or animals much of Yosemite national park. Still off limits to visitors this morning that, wildfire burns on just outside the park boundaries all told now an. Area larger than San Francisco has been, charged by that Ferguson fire. KCBS. Holly quite live now with the fire base camp with the outlook for the day Holly The weather is okay right now, it's not too hot it is not just windy at all but oh so much here than it was yesterday I'm in what is the newly created third base camp where the thirty. Six hundred firefighters. Now on sixty seven square mile at Yosemite valley now MC firefighters have opened roads get their equipment into today defensive lines inside. The park base can't here is awesome twenty moving in kitchens. And sleeping trailers and a lot of these firefighters to be rotating out tomorrow when they hit their fourteen day limit again you'll see signs on highway. One twenty warning that your family valley is closed but you'd be surprised at how many people don't seem, to, read those signs until, they hit the, the ranger checkpoint a little bit closer to the park boundaries live in Mariposa county KCBS thank you Holly firefighters have managed to stop the forward progress of the grass fire burning in the eastern contra Costa county town of Clayton the Marsh fire started yesterday afternoon in his burned. Over Two hundred forty acres it's now. Sixty percent contained KCBS reporter deg sovereign, says it, burnt several structures and forced mandatory evacuations. This fire along Marsh creek road east of Morgan territory broke out around two forty in the afternoon quickly gobbled up one large house and. Several, outbuildings Cal fire public information, officer Jonathan Cox says the. Causes unknown and fighting it at one. Hundred three degree. Heat in the afternoon was not easy, there are over one hundred fifty firefighters here from far as Cloverdale Napa.
Federal agents interrupt CBS interview with ICE whistleblower
"The only state where families can reject brain death on religious grounds it began in two thousand thirteen at ucsf benny off children's hospital oakland when the then thirteen year old girl went into cardiac arrest after complications from a complex nose and throat surgery to hospital tests showed that she was brain dead doctors planned to take her off a ventilator but her family refused to believe she was dead and took the hospital to court winning a ruling that allowed them to remove the girl from the oakland facility oakland mayor libby shafie so paul that federal agents are investigating the former bay area spokesman for ice to see whether he leaked information to her about a sweep of undocumented immigrants last winter kcbs political reported sovereign says the agents came pounding on the spokesman's door as he was explaining to cbs news why he quit it is first tv interview since he quit as the face of ice in the bay area james schwab explained that attorney general jeff sessions and president trump were lying and wanted him to lie about how many immigrants escaped a government dragnet after oakland mayor libby schaaf warned publicly that the raids were coming i could not fathom staying at an organization that was okay with lying to the american public i hate that schwab says only a few at most got away an ice actually captured sixteen percent more people than it's best case scenario but in the middle of the interview the very persistent homeland security agents pounding on the door major said that they wanted to talk to me about the leak the leak about the raid a leak schwab insists he had nothing to do with three months later are we doing this this is intimidation and this is why people won't come out and speak against the government may mayor shaft tells kcbs it's offensive that the feds would try to intimidate and vilify an honest public officials to me that was the sound of tyranny knocking on his door shaft knows the president wants her prosecuted for obstructing justice and assumes at some point the agents will come question her to has come pounding on my door yet doug sovereign kcbs spreading propaganda on college campuses has become a popular tactic for white supremacist groups in recent years kcbs reporter kerry who dissect tells us about a new report released today by the anti defamation league the report finds california is one of the most frequently targeted states by white supremacist groups on college campuses we've seen firing take place at uc berkeley at stanford at san francisco state at san jose state among other campuses in the region antidefamation league regional director seth brisk says that's because the state has more members from some of the most active groups in the country he says they feel encouraged by how president trump has spoken about their behavior following the charlottesville virginia rally when public figures are reluctant to criticize those groups and do not lay the name correctly and squarely on the shoulders of those who are propagating extremist beliefs and extremist ideology that's certainly emboldens them and gives them a sense that they can go and do more in the past academic year there were nearly three hundred incidents where groups used flyers banners and posters to spread their messages on campuses nationwide targeting nonwhite immigrants and lgbt people that's a seventy seven percent increase from last year carrie hodousek kcbs the primary suspect in the killing of arles perry in the stanford memorial church in nineteen seventy four killed himself this morning detectives went to serve search warrant at a san jose apartment the man identified by an apartment manager is stephen crawford was being investigated in the cold case crawford was the campus security guard who discovered perry's body in the church and was cleared by investigators at the time santa clara county sheriff's officials say that smith says i should say that officials there say that a retesting of dna evidence provided a more definitive link between crawford and perry's killing perry was a nineteen year old newlywed who was found dead inside the chapel on october twelfth nineteen seventy four if you hours after an argument with her husband we are helping you get around on a thursday mike tracy is hearing your local honda dealers traffic center you have.
Carlos Vela, Maria Sharapova and Dhabi discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Bloomberg daybreak asia it's a quarter past the hour now time for a check of sport from around the world here's dan schwartzman thanks bryan sources are reporting that everton's wayne rooney is agreed to a deal in principle with a former manchester united great will head to dc united of the mls this summer the bbc is reporting that rooney's representatives are in the us working out the finer points of the deal before completion manchester united claimed second place the premier league table after earning a point today scoreless draw against west ham united at london stadium as goalkeeper dhabi earns his eighteenth clean sheet of the season earning twentysevenyearold his first premier league golden glove toronto sebastian giovinco is the highest paid player in the mls for the total compensation of seven point one million dollars for toronto's michael bradley coming in second at six point five million rounding out the top three les's carlos vela at close to six point three million serena williams has committed to play in this year's move dollars silicon valley classic at san jose state university to open up the hardcourt season starting july thirtieth other notable participants include maria sharapova madison keys.
"san jose state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yeah actually a text message head coach with the eagles he pretty much told me i watched a film i love how you play you go around go about business just up the hard work and everything's here in a pan out or not i appreciate it and who said just keep working hard victims are coming it was just a great great feeling for me from head coach super bowl team there is a hostile sailing when i got that absolutely man and you know there there's a reason why teams like that stay on top and they do their diligence and they bust their ass and you know the philadelphia eagles definitely embodied that in in twenty seventeen in abroad him a lombardi trophy we're talking to frank gained out of san jose state university on kamiar tonight ryan kobe with you frank led the ncaa and tackles last year and expects to have his name called at the nfl draft in about ten days time so talk to me you know what do you do to get away from football i know you're you're a big jim rag loves to work out and push it to the limit but what do you do to decompress man get away from the game a little bit i looked during its on ballroom awesome football professional team or something i'm definitely lead play and all that stuff and then i also like going to go going there and just relaxing over the waves i go swimming stays there's not too many things i doing outside of football.