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"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Monday, Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield star in the neighborhood to math and say What he did to get arrested was being black in America. I'm filing a complaint. Where's the suggestion box? Organized protests. You're supposed to use your head about. Come on. You've gotta fight smart. I could see where his milk I thought he's with you going back out there going with? No, I don't need anybody else. I'd love out there. Come on David Neighborhood season premiere this Monday. 87 central CBS. Okay, CBS News Time 11 51. I'm John Evans and Pixie Clay is at the editor's desk tonight. Five people face felony vandalism charges for tearing down and damaging a statue of Father Unit Paro Sarah last month at the mission. San Rafael, Ark. Ark. Angel The Vandals struck on October 12th at ST Raphael's Church, the Catholic Church and Sandra fell. The statue is two faced with red paint and then pulled from his pedestal. The suspects range in age from 25 to 40 and live in Marin County and also in Oakland. Even as covert cases rise in San Francisco, there's still hope that the first group of public school students will be able to return to classrooms by January. KCBS is Kathy Novak reports, The deep cleaning continues washing down the walls and freshening the painted John Muir Elementary, preparing to welcome back the first group of students, students that are in preschool. Transitional kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade and also students, students of all ages who receive services for moderate or severe special needs. Deputy superintendent Gentle Blight says it's hoped Children experiencing homelessness and those in foster care will follow. We will continue to have a choice for families.
"san rafael" Discussed on The Hero Up Podcast with Jim Simcoe
"Is Jim Simcoe. I'm super stoked to have Kyle Macbeth and Mike Perry on the show today. They own and f45 and San Rafael. Hey guys, how you met him? Let's see. Nice to hear your voice is how everything up there? Oh, it's good. Very very busy. Unpacking equipment. It's crazy finishing up the construction. We got One Direction. Yeah. Hi. Oh, right. Well, I know that when I visited your when I visited your gym last month, I was struck by how clean and organized your construction crew us. It was the very impressive usually don't have been a lot of I've been around a lot of construction sites and it's usually just not like that at a great group. Yeah. Yeah, definitely. So here's kind of what I wanted to do today cuz you know, we got a lot of people who listen to the show who are entrepreneurs and not a lot of people in the Bay Area and in the Marin County who listen to this and I wanted to get an idea of your story and how years went from having these really successful careers in San Francisco and basically just saying like look we're done and moving moving up north and then opening a gym. So could you could you each tell us off? About you know could each of you tell me a little bit more about your background and and kind of what you did before and what was the impetus for you to to to do. Yeah. I thought maybe I'll start sure so we moved here from Boston in 2007 and growing up on Cape Cod and then living in Boston since I was maybe like I'm nineteen years old. I became I went to hairdressing school the hairdresser for about eighteen years in Boston worked in salons and worked for different color companies and I was an educator for every years did some hair shows and symposiums and that sort of thing and you know had a managed a couple of different salons and did everything within the Hair World. So always like kind of having a customer service background. All right, when you moved to San Francisco Kyle's job actually dead. Brought us here. And then I have to kind of rebuild my whole clientele from scratch cuz didn't know anyone out here right that and then that more into eventually that evolved into being my own business, you know becoming independent contractor and did that for a few years. So it's been like thirteen years you've been in San Francisco now wow, and you've had you've had some pretty famous people in your salon like we don't name-drop but you've had some like politicians and some bigger and bigger..
Survivors of COVID-19, who received hospital treatment, show increased rate of psychiatric disorders
"More than half of people who received hospital treatment for Covid nineteen were found to be suffering from a psychiatric disorder a month. Later, a study has found. Out, of four hundred, two patients monitored after being treated for the virus, fifty, five percent were found to have at least one psychiatric disorder according to experts from San. Rafael Hospital in Milan found. The results based on clinical interviews and self assessment questionnaires showed post traumatic stress disorder in twenty, eight percent of cases depression in thirty, one and anxiety in forty-two. Additionally forty percent of patients had insomnia and twenty percent had obsessive compulsive symptoms. The findings increased concerns about the psychological effects of the virus. The paper published yesterday in the Journal Brain behavior and immunity says PTSD major depression, and anxiety. All high burden. noncommunicable conditions associated with years of life lived with disability, the study of two, hundred, sixty, five men, and one hundred, and thirty seven women found that women who are less likely to die from Cova than men suffered. Suffered more than men psychologically patients with previous positive psychiatric diagnoses suffered more than those without a history of psychiatric disorder. They said, psychiatric efforts could be caused by the immune response to the virus itself. All by psychological stresses, such as social isolation, psychological impact of a novel severe and potentially fatal illness concerns about infecting others and stigma outpatient showed increase anxiety and sleep disturbances while perhaps surprisingly, the duration of hospitalization inversely correlated with symptoms of St Depression anxiety and OCD.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Standing by you every step of the way call eight seven seven ask del that's eight seven seven asked del CBS news time twelve forty eight first for traffic George where we starting we're starting off on the Richmond bridge which has had its share of slow traffic this week today westbound has been backed up as well this report brought to you by Rubicon tax relief that westbound slowing is back again between the toll plaza and it's actually a bit beyond mid span it's about where the bridge takes its right hand turn and starts its decline down toward the anchorage in Marin county as you had passed the San Quentin exit so slow going still we're looking at about a twenty to twenty five minute trip time with the backup for the Richmond San Rafael bridge and the other really slow spot continues to be Petaluma where the southbound ride restricted to just one lane is badly backed up as the north bound direction and it's unusual that both sides of the freeway should be so equally slow San Francisco there's slowing on one oh one that James like freeway southbound between say I heading down from Cesar Chavez getting past the two eighty one oh one interchange and through the D. two R. as the IRS filed a lien against you or they garnishing your paycheck John Lee of Rubicon tax relief has forty years of experience and this solution call now at five ten eight three six seventy four hundred five ten eight three six seventy four hundred your next update at twelve fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS now let's get our six day outlook for meri Lee in the KPIX five weather center well onshore flow has returned to the bay area that ocean breeze.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Richmond San Rafael bridge at this point that's the major delay in the bay area right now heading to the San Quentin northern Marin county side your next update is at seven eighteen on the traffic leader Casey forecast temperatures today strolling out low to mid sixties partly to mostly cloudy skies the weather should be improving warmer and sunnier as we move through the rest of the week traffic and weather together on the eight so I only use one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time seven ten the numbers continue to mount though more slowly over the weekend state health officials noting and bay area officials as well that the number of people in hospital beds with covert nineteen and in intensive care with the illness or coming down the most recent data showing fewer than four hundred people hospitalized in the nine bay area counties and that number coming out over the weekend as the lowest total this month the previous low had been back on April first the I see you total up a little bit but down by about nine percent from a week earlier also considered very good news here in the bay area nearly two hundred dead of the disease over sixty three hundred known cases of it on a national basis here's a sobering way of looking at the number the national death toll at forty eight thousand six hundred eighty three that is virtually the capacity of San Francisco's oracle park testing a program launches today in Bolinas so small west Marin county town where they plan to test everybody over the age of four for antibodies to see if they have had covert nineteen and in San Francisco UCSF team is focusing on a swath of the mission district running two tests over the next several days looking for both the presence of the virus and antibodies both efforts and and an attempt to get a better feel for where and how wide spread the illness has been you probably.
"san rafael" Discussed on KDOW
"I'm sorry bill is in San Rafael thanks for taking my call Justin sure I just had an influx of cash I sold the business and I have a vanguard account for many years so I put the cash in the prime money market and so my asset allocation is way out of kilter right now I'm only in about about thirty percent equities but it's a fairly large amount of cash and I wonder was wondering what your comfort level with the with somebody like me holding that money's there wall I gradually dollar cost average to get back to somewhere sixty forty and sixty percent equities I don't have any problem with with that said you're using is the vanguard prime money market safe right I have to really look at the holdings I have I don't I'm not really up on what those holdings are they the treasury's you know I am not exactly sure I I don't think so I think there's a portion of it that is we're looking at their website right now thirty four cents US treasury bills fifty one percent are Yankee for for foreign bonds are basically dollar denominated foreign bonds now who is that are those dollar denominated in China or what were those corporate one of those government bonds really expose to so that would be my main question you know it's vanguard I think you're probably fine it would be too worried about that and especially with the fed backstopping had money market accounts that I don't think they're going to let any money market accounts break the block like some of them did back in two thousand eight so I think you're you're you're in a safe place so I wouldn't worry about that it's just more of you know how do you get in and what type of a position so don't worry too much about that money market fund this investor I'm just inclined with.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"San Rafael Marin transit could cut fares for many bus riders in half I mean the fares are ridiculous first for traffic we go back to Union City with Kim wonderfully to try to clear an accident here Holly this is southbound eight eighty just before you get to industrial parkway it's being deemed an injury crash three vehicles possibly more and debris in there too we're looking at the left lane at least block here temporarily traffic is backing up from highway ninety two south eighty was already slow from two thirty eight getting down the AT St so there's just a little short spur where you're doing okay and then brake lights again ahead this report brought to you by lazy boy we go back to the Central Valley and they fax is checking on an accident that's way out on the east side on two oh five which you got there Dave it just got major delays trying to get into with her for Tracy westbound two oh five this crash about halfway between I five and macarthur Dr only the left lane is blocked right now they did re opened one labor traffic jammed up on to I five all the way at least right back up on one twenty five emerge on the five as well and slower than usual the top part of your E. short commute because of an accident early on it was at that be and why you may still see activity they're off to the side traffic is slow from rodeo down to Abby and you do okay after that on eighty two you get into the bay bridge back up which is a little bit east of the macarthur maze now don't miss the lazy boy factory authorized clearance sale factory clearance items that unbelievable mark downs even pay your sales tax lazy boy furniture galleries live life comfortably your next update at six eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS weather story improving today after a period of low lying for during the morning hours it should turn into a sunny afternoon and temperatures will actually a lot of places get into the sixties today's warmer.
'Doctor Strange 2' Loses Director Scott Derrickson
"The director of Doctor Strange Josh will no longer be directing doctor. Strange in the multi verse of Madness. Ben What is going on here. Yeah so Scott Erickson who directed the first doctor strange film and and as of yes or all the way up until yesterday was attached and announced in all of that stuff to be directing the doctor strange sequel. He announced on twitter marble and I have mutually agreed agreed to part ways on doctor strange in the multi of madness due to creative differences. I am thankful for our collaboration and will remain on as EP. So that's that's executive producer. That's kind of an interesting thing. In and of itself took a lot of times when people have creative differences they just like split entirely. I'm wondering if it has something to do with. Maybe like a store like just a the development process in like how much work was put into the movie if marvel sort of like throwing him a bone for the work that he did their contractual to like. He's going to get money on this and it was probably part of this deal with the first one. If they made a sequel that he would remain main honest producer. Right Right James Gone. I think was going to be producer on guardians. Three after he was fired right which brings us to the question. How many marvel directors have been have like they weren't he wasn't fired they have split the both agreed flint? Right right. Yeah it's pretty rare for marvel studios goes to part ways with directors like this like. I think it's only happened twice so far with thor. The dark world where Patty Jenkins was originally announced. And then Alan Taylor ended up coming on directing that movie. And then the original ant man which Edgar Right was famously on board to make for years and years and then ended up stepping away. Sort of at the last minute and taking ended ended up coming in and he's become director for for all three of those franchise entries the third one is is upcoming but This is one of those turned out. Good one of those turned out bad What does this mean for? Why do you think Scott Dirksen left this? Because there's there's a couple theories he's going around the Internet. There's obviously when this was first announced. There was at a Scott. COMECON this year I think Derek San Rafael our fight. He was talking about how this is going to be kind of horror film of sorts. Yeah they said it was basically going to be like the first scary movie and the MC you and there've been a couple of stories about that where I think have himself has been talking about how Dr Strange supposed to have you know horror elements but not like full on horror movie. I it's never been like. The new mutants was originally sort of pitched as like a horror movie in the X.. Men World it's never been as explicit that I think he has his call. Hollowed out like You know the ending of Raiders Lost Ark and like things like Made some of the Amblin productions like that level of Scary stuff within a larger adventure story. So yeah I guess one of those theories you're talking about is that maybe Scott Erickson. WHO's more of a whore guy himself? He's directed the exorcism of Emily. Rosen sinister and movies like that Maybe he wanted to push the horror a little bit more than marble was interested in pushing it and that could be where those creative differences lie. Do you have another theory. Peter I have one. What will the other thing is that? That's interesting about the theory is fight. He's done some interviews recently where quick you mentioned he's kind of walked back the the the horror angle of that even though they lead with that at at COMECON so that's what why people are leading to that but the other theory is that this film film is going to tie into the Disney plus Empty you universe. was that what you were going to mention. It was yeah because like this sequel is really being positioned positioned more than any of the other Announced Movies of the MC you as like a very important thing to the future of what marvel is doing because Feigen has talked about. Ah being basically like a creative linchpin he said the multi versus the next step in evolution of the MC. You and doctor strange in the multi. Madison's GonNa crack it open in ways that will have repercussions Russians and he's talking about repercussions for like the movies after it as well as the Disney plus series that you mentioned one division the Elizabeth Olsen Paul all Bethany Disney plus show and low key. The one with Tom Huddleston where he's reprising. His villain role are both going to tie into the movie doctors trained to you in some way. So maybe it's a case of like derricks in just being overwhelmed with the amount of requirements in terms of like this grand designs of the story. I don't want to put that on him. That's completely speculation. He'd be totally fine with that. I'm just sort of looking at it from the outside in with our limited perspective. Respective here just thinking about potential obstacles that he could or that that marvel could encounter here. That could be something like that but I guess Swab to wait and see if if any more official information ever comes out about why they ended up parting ways in this capacity
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The time on the bay area's number one news station KCBS a CBS news time to twenty eight we check the traffic and weather together every ten minutes Victor what things are looking pretty good this Thursday morning nothing but just road we're going on on a couple of bridges here the Golden Gate we have some bridge construction cellphone one on one between wolf back ridge in south Toledo to the Golden Gate Bridge south tower various lanes are closed until five AM but it looks like traffic is moving at the limit on their Richmond San Rafael bridge there's medium berry or we're going on east bell five eighty between Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and Richmond parkway you do of the left lane close all across the span until five A. M. you can always report traffic to us anything going on on the ways that it be part of the KCBS ways force by downloading the epic KCBS radio dot com inextricably at two thirty eight on the traffic leaders Casey VS area whether we're looking at rain off and on through the morning today and then tapering off by the middle of the day looks like we could get some sun breaks by this afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper fifties for your Thursday looks like sunny and the slightly warmer only slightly warmer weather tomorrow traffic and weather together on the aids on KCBS radio dot com rewind gives you case CBS news when you want it your what you may have missed here in interview again by listening to KCBS radio dot com rewind welcome back to.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In San Rafael but North Bay woman dies from symptoms related to vaping the best thing we can do is to stop aping KCBS first for traffic and let's get back to the Dublin interchange with Kim it's getting a little bit better but only incrementally we had all lanes blocked from this accident first happened multi car crash Susan west five eighty at six eighty so it's down to the two left lanes now that remain blocked this report brought to buy nutrisystem for men this is produced quite the back up as you might well imagine just beyond Santa Rita road so I would still say stick with Dublin Boulevard that's a much better alternator going down towards stone ridge also makes a great alternate route right now because it's a lot quicker than the freeway where we're at least a half an hour delayed also west twenty four near fisherman's they're clearing a Stalin or render third lane from the left problems in Hayward this is south eight eighty at highway ninety two second lane from the left here is blocked traffic is backed up in the San Lorenzo we go back to the San Bruno side of things and check in on that north to lady accident and we have day facts with the children autobody collision him I Dave good morning north down to eighty after Westboro we have actually is still in the two right lanes traffic is stacked up before the Westboro offramp south alchemy directions whose we getting by okay and a big long line to take a pass highway this morning that's highway one fifty two west bound near dinosaur point an injury accident there still has the right lane blocked out traffic is backed up for miles and miles on that popular truck route see how simple losing weight can be with nutrisystem the meals come to your door you eat the food and lose the weight order at nutrisystem dot com slash radio restrictions apply caller see website for details your next update is at six eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS well you might want to start digging out the winter clothing it's not like we've hit you know Chicago levels of cold here or anything tefillin feels chillier and we will not even see a seventy degree reading.
Threat of ICE raids sparks fear, activism among Bay Area immigrants
"The bay area is home to six sanctuary cities including San Francisco Oakland and San Jose mayor is in our region are reaching out to people in the community to make sure they know what their rights are San Jose mayor Sam Ricardo urges people to inform themselves of any ice activity is appropriate you know we need to take legal action forcing entry without warrants without consent we wanna make sure that everyone's abiding by the law San Jose has about ninety thousand undocumented immigrants one mostly Latino North Bay community is preparing for the possibility of raids by helping residents understand their rights KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports from San Rafael to say that people in the canal neighborhood are anxious is an understatement and while there's no indication that any among the twelve thousand Latinos here are targets Lycia Martel Dow with the canal alliance says their message has been be proactive people need to understand what their rights are ice agents cannot enter a property without a search warrant and she says immigrants legal or not have the right to remain silent she says very often ice agents will take people into custody who have no relation to those being targeted the government calls this collateral deportations and it happens in the canal that sometimes it tried to arrest somebody in an apartment and they try to tell them don't worry we're just looking for a witness an old you're not the person I'm looking for just open the door and I can talk to you for a little bit and we recommend that people just don't open the door she says she tells families they need to an action plan the reality is that a lot of immigrant families have makes acts so somebody may have the the thought of some people may not have legal status so you have to figure out who all those folks could be you know main caregivers for elderly or for children for people that depend on the person that could potentially
Immigrant groups prepare for possible deportation roundups
"Data as we've been reporting I stations are expected to begin fanning out across several metropolitan areas as early as this Sunday to conduct raids of undocumented immigrants eski CBS's Jeffrey Schaub reports Marin county's largest Latino community residents are being trained to understand their legal rights and to make emergency preparations for the Quesnel is made up of twelve thousand Latinos most here legally some not either way there are risks of ice agents come knocking Lucille Lortel Dow with the canal alliances immigrants have rights for example ice cannot enter your home without a search warrant and no matter who you are you have the right to remain silent a lot of any rests on I understand that constitutional rights also apply to them and is also very difficult to exercise your rights when you are facing on immigration officer but you were talking about law enforcement we're talking about someone who's armed every day she tells canal residents have an emergency family plan and I know it is difficult and it creates anxiety to try to picture what would happen if I get picked up and what happens to my children that information it's very important to have available for people that may need to take care of children were if a parent or both parents get the team in San Rafael Jeffrey Schaub
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Own show the show jay viewed in august of nineteen ninety-three at the ed sullivan theater we are headed back to the richmond san rafael bridge here's george and with good reason the bay bridge is excuse me the richmond bridge is backed up its entire length all the way to one oh one in san rafael don't even think about getting to the richmond bridge in the westbound direction it's going to need an hour to even to recover and it hasn't yet cleared so here's what happened at truck overturned in the nine o'clock hour westbound right near highway one a one in san rafael they've just got the truck righted recently now they have to try to get it out of their toilet they may have to break the trailer and the tractor break them apart and tro them separately then they have to clean up the diesel spill then they have to check for any damage that might have been done to the roadway i don't see things opening up here anytime soon westbound five eighty is closed their diverting all the traffic offense or francis drake boulevard some might squeak by the bellum but you can't get to one a one off interstate five eighty thirty seven very heavy as an alternate route in the westbound direction and the bay bridge though clear now was heavily backed up as the metering lights were slowed when we had an accident blocking lanes all of the approaches including the eighty approach are backed up it's slow trying to get to the toll plaza all the way from west grand avenue your next update eleven thirty eight on the traffic leader k._c._b._s. mostly cloudy this morning at the coast and bay partly cloudy this afternoon with sunshine inland traffic and weather together on the eights and all news.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"There Richmond, San Rafael bridge. Typically, slow both directions with that ongoing repair work, your next traffic update at nine thirty eight on the traffic leader, KCBS, here's your KCBS bay area weather forecast, clear and warm overnight slows from the upper fifties to the low seventies sunny and warm again tomorrow even hot. If you will inland a little bit seabreeze and fog in the afternoon, cool, things down a bit highs at the coast from the sixties. Further cooling is expected on Wednesday. We have a spare the air alert again tomorrow. And let's look at some of those expected highs tomorrow, San Jose, ninety seven degrees. San Francisco Eighty-one Oakland's looking for a D H conquered one hundred and two Santa Rosa again, one hundred degrees. That's temperature. They expect to reach in Morgan hill tomorrow as well. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news, one oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock. All news, one oh, six nine and AM. Seven forty KCBS coming up on KCBS. We have CBS news update, and then this is Matt Bigler Californians are divided over extending medical benefits to undocumented immigrants. I think at the good idea just for the battleplan comes out with a stance on transgender people. The message not being well received in the bay area and protest music making a big comeback. I'm Jim Taylor. KCBS news time nine thirty one. And coming up next. We'll be CBS news update from the network in New York. Stay tuned. CBS news update. David Ortiz is landed aboard a Red Sox plane that flew the injured. Former slugger back from his native Dominican Republic to Boston to receive further medical treatment, the forty three year old was shot at point-blank range,.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Of the Richmond, San Rafael bridge have traffic moving at the speed limit your next traffic update at eight fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS. We take your six day forecast. It's going to warm up. Here is pulled the. NO from the KPI X five weather center. Scattered showers for the evening commute slippery out there and many locations because scattered showers do move, and they will be a slicing from west to east throughout the evening gone by midnight sunshine by tomorrow morning after another rainy Monday, I'm gonna check it. See how many in a road is feels like twenty in a row, but it's likely just about five or six Tuesday will be a sunny day. Highs in the sixties Wednesday will be sunny and warmer sixties and seventies. Thursday will be sunny with highs in the seventies. And eighties. Temperatures retreat a little bit Friday Saturday Sunday, but likely we will stay partly to mostly sunny completely dry with highs running above average. So today's rain is the only rain that we're gonna see throughout the entire week. I'm meteorologist Paul the KPI KCBS forecast. All right. Thank you, traffic and weather together on the it's all news one six nine AM, seven forty KCBS planning a spring break getaway. Well with the Capital One venture card. You an unlimited double miles on any purchase. You make today and every day and those miles add up to. Closer to that trip to paradise every vanilla soy latte. Double mile every time you pump gas demo mile, even when you buy a set of monogram beach towels yet double miles you're an unlimited double miles on every purchase. And then you go. The Capital One venture card the card that takes you there. What's in your wallet capital? Went back USAA. The new state farm drive safe and save app. Could get you a discount thirty percent for good driving. But this state farm radio ad get you one hundred percent discount on this. Classic. Give a discount up to thirty percent, dry safe and say just. Discount not available in all states. More news more stories. More depth, always live and always local. We are the bay area's news station. All news one six nine and AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time, eight fifty one sports. Never Newswatch by DIGI dot com..
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Richmond, San Rafael bridge to the week of February eighteenth, the work will be carried out between nine pm and four AM each night. It's expected to take about ten days to get that job done all of this coming, of course, after a chunk of cement fell from the upper deck of the bridge onto a car on the lower deck last Thursday, just ahead on KCBS. This is about Butler and Vallejo at the Taco Bell were mad who'd fell asleep with a drive through your shot and killed by police. What would you do if you had a pistol on your lap? Take a look at your early Monday morning drive right now, we go to the KCBS traffic desk and Alden Jacob Oakland. Still a bit of a tricky situation. Nine eighty eastbound after seventeenth street all lanes were blocked because of an overturned pickup truck. Now CHP is trying to move this over to the right shoulder. They have removed the singular, but there are still things blocking the roadway. It's including a large tree, I guess this person the driver knocked into a tree and that's fallen onto the roadway. Still no word yet on if the overturned truck is still there, but all in all you're still seeing a heavy backup. That's almost back to eight eighty you might as well just stay on northbound Nimitz right that up to write that up to the Emoryville area, and you can use the grand avenue exit to just reconnect to eastbound eighty or wherever you're headed or you can use the city streets. Of course, the trace commute getting started. Westbound two oh five you'll find yourself on those breaks a little bit after eleven street, and it continues up to. Five eighty westbound five eighty slow and go between grant line in north lane. Your next traffic update for eighteen on the traffic leader, KCBS,.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Richmond San Rafael bridge this weekend has they had previously hoped. KCBS has Meghan golsby has the update from Cal trans the original goal was to work on the problem over the weekend. When there are fewer cars, but says Cal trans district director, Tony Varas. We have a contractor on standby, we hope to begin work depending on on the weather as early as Monday, they determined the problem to be an issue with an expansion joint that broke the concrete free sending it falling down onto the lower deck and two one car. No one was injured expansion joints allow the bridge to move when their temperature changes and expansion joints sometimes have to be replaced or repaired from time to time. I kind of relate them to wear parts on a vehicle. So like if you have tires brakes every once in a while you have to replace the tires and brakes, this doesn't have anything to do with the adding of a third lane of traffic. He says no this problem had not been around for very long the bridges safe. We have that robust. Inspection program. It didn't get away from us at the time. When we inspected that expansion joint. There was no indication that it would fail. The fix is expected to cost around three hundred thousand dollars in the East Bay. Megan gold, speak KCBS crews from the National Transportation Safety board Abby FBI have been on scene in San Francisco's Richmond neighborhood investigating the site of Wednesday's large gas line explosion that sent flames into their damaging five buildings NTSB board member Jennifer Khomeini home day says they're looking into PG dis response one area that we're still interested in is the length of time that it took to shut off the gas. Another thing that we were able to get today is we're able to secure three or four three to four feet of the pipeline that we may be sending back to our lab in DC for further evaluation city. Fire officials say a crew digging to end of the street to install fiber optic wires in the city's Richmond district neighborhood cut that natural gas line or Mendy says later today, they'll be conducting a number of interviews and visit the pipeline control center as Oakland teachers prepare for a possible district wide strike students are standing in solidarity to support dab KCBS. Carrie Hodousek has more from yesterday's rally outside of Oakland technical high school students did not.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The lower deck of the Richmond, San Rafael bridge has been closed now for about forty minutes. Westbound lanes are closing even now as we speak. In fact, I can see a CHP vehicle positioning itself at the toll plaza the bridge. Westbound is now officially closed. They have been working to shut down traffic at the on ramps for interstate five eighty westbound to the Richmond bridge, and they didn't want to shut down the toll plaza until they were able to restrict the number of cars. They did not want to have people caught in the backup. So all traffic is being diverted off now just before the toll plaza. Westbound five eighty as the westbound which Richmond bridge is shut down at this moment and the lower deck has been closed for about half an hour that there were large chunks of concrete debris of various sizes found on the lower deck of the bay bridge and the. Concern has been that these might have come from the upper deck. So the bridge has been closed as a precaution. Cal trans crews are already on the scene. All right. Let's check other traffic looking at the ride through San Francisco backing up to the lower deck of the bay bridge. Only from fourth street. That's a pretty good ride. There are however problems in Vallejo on thirty seven. Let's go. To the Chilton auto body collision Cam Bob prior. This is eastbound highway thirty seven before fairgrounds drive guardrail repair work Cal trans has got the left lane blocked. I'm seeing close to a mile backup are thanks to crush on the phone force, south bay freeways. Look pretty good. We're not tracking any delays there. Mid peninsula. Traffic heavy into Belmont, both directions. Northbound and southbound are going to be slow as you head toward Holly. And a quick note that if you're stuck on the lower deck of the Richmond bridge CHP does have a plan to get you cleared from the span you're next update twelve eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS again, we have a reporter. On the way to the scenes, you'll want to keep it tuned to KCBS, you know, it's.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Morning commute backups on the Richmond. San Rafael bridge are beyond tolerable, and they want Cal trans to consider opening up an existing but unused third lane to traffic seems like a no brainer. Right. Except that that lane is scheduled to become a pedestrian and bicycle pathway this spring and not everyone wants to share the roads. So to speak KCBS Jeffrey Schaub has that story commuters who use the bridge to get to Marin or often bogged down along interstate five eighty long before they reach the toll plaza, Orange County. Supervisor Damon Connelly says something's gotta give we've heard loud and clear from teachers looking to get to the morning bell on time. For other employees, Moran and employers alike. What can we do? Connolly wants to do for morning commuters. What Cal trans did? For those headed eastbound in the afternoon. Open up a long shuttered third lane. But here's the deal this spring Cal trans will open a westbound lane, but only for bicycles and pedestrians. It will be a four year long pilot project. That's too long. What we're saying is let's come back six months after the biking pedaling opens and take away ultimately Connelly and others want the third laid open to the Hitler traffic during the peak AM commute times bicycles and pedestrians. The rest of the time in San Rafael, Jeffrey Schaub, Katie CVS, just ahead on KCBS. I'm Doug sovereign. Senator Kamala Harris introduces herself to Iowa and the nation at a nationally televised town hall KCBS news time five oh eight. I for traffic say good morning to Kim wonderland Kim. We have some wet roads out there in spots. Yes. We do the sprinkles arrived a bit earlier than we thought. So be careful out there. We already have an accident in Tracy. Susan. This is just coming in pickup, truck and a motorcycle. I don't have any lane information. Just yet. This is westbound onto oh five over by mountain house Parkway. And there was already plenty of congestion there. Anyway, traffic has been backed up through the Tracy area. Well. Beyond the eleventh streets split making your way to the Altima pass. So you're already in stop and go traffic here. Trying to get over to west five eighty and north Flynn is where it loosens up. Also, the counter commute eastbound five eighty at grant line, we have the usual roadworks. So there's about a miles worth a slow traffic heading toward Tracey as well a little closer to home here. Westbound ninety two at industrial. That's your approach to the San Mateo bridge a little Fender bender clearing to the offramp there. Traffic looks okay, though, south eight eighty down by Dixon landing road in Milpitas. There's an accident, but it looks like it's often to the side of the road right in the tall weeds. They say so not blocking any lanes as for the bay bridge. There was a little Fender bender at the metering lights go, but they cleared this very quickly. So traffic is still fairly light at the toll plaza. And it's a fairly easy pattern coming into San Francisco. So far your next update is at five eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS.
Uber fine; hash brown distraction; quick degree; slow home price rise
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Uber fine hash Brown distraction quick degree slow home price rise. This is the daily business briefing compiled by the chronicle staff and new services number of the day one point two million dollars. That's how much Uber has been fined by British and Dutch with authorities for failing to protect customers data during a cyber attack in twenty sixteen Britain's information Commissioner's office, find the company four hundred ninety one thousand dollars and Dutch officials imposed a six hundred seventy nine thousand dollar fine. British officials cited quote avoidable data security flaws that allowed personal data for roughly two point seven million customers to be downloaded by hackers and said that Uber had quote shown complete disregard for the customers. In drivers. The Dutch data authority said Uber didn't report the breach within seventy two hours. As it requires. It said fifty seven million users work. Worldwide and one hundred seventy four thousand Dutch citizens where affected San Francisco Zuber said it's glad the investigation of the breach has concluded saying we learn from our mistakes put down the hash Brown. Connecticut man, who says he was wrongly cited for distracted driving after police mistook McDonald's hash Brown for cell phone is pursuing legal fight the our website reported that police gave Jason Steiber three hundred dollar distracted driving ticket in April. He challenged charge and lost in court. But was granted a retrial scheduled for next month. Steiber says phone records show. He didn't make any calls around the time. He was pulled over plus he has bluetooth. So he has no reason to hold a phone while driving police say they stand by the citation faster degree make school. A San Francisco program that offers a bachelor's degree in computer. Science in two years has received accreditation. From the western association of schools and colleges with partner Dominican university. And San Rafael, according to tech crunch the agency is encouraging more nontraditional educational programs by linking them with accredited universities with the eventual goal awarding accreditation to the up. Make school is a product of Mountain View startup incubator y combinator slower rise for home prices home prices increased more slowly in September from a year ago as higher mortgage rates weighed on sales the SNP core. Logic case Schiller, twenty city home price index rose five point one percent from year earlier that's down from five point five percent. Yearly gain in the previous month. It was the sixth straight month at home price increases have slowed and the smallest rise since November twenty sixteen mortgage rates have jumped in the past year reaching four point eight percent last week from three point nine percent. A year ago?
1 dead, 2 injured in California rehab center shooting
"Arrived at the rehab facility, they found that there were three people one man pronounced dead at the seen another man and woman were taken to Marin General Hospital their condition remains unknown. That's part of the area has been searched by officers from the Marin county sheriff's office. Again, the shooter is. Is at large quite the San Rafael police department Nevada police departments central Marin, please the thirty and the California Highway Patrol. There's also a helicopter unit that is aiding in the search. It's the Helen vine recovery center is a twenty six bed co Ed residential detox program, and I. Any shooting is just beyond our comprehension, comprehension. How tragic somebody back? These somebody coming in shooting innocent people like we just saw at in Pittsburgh and we've seen the Charleston church in in schools. And it's movie theaters. I it's it's beyond our comprehension people could be that sick. But this case involves a residential detox somebody going through detox. I mean, it's hard enough to get people to want to do inpatient detox. It's hard enough to get somebody to want to go to rehab as it is. And you know, sometimes you could convince a person, and they said, well, you know, what I still have to go to work. It's tough to be around my family. Let me do as an outpatient to get somebody to commit to do inpatient rehab can take an act of congress and here these people were doing it. And unfortunately, they were victims of the shooting. I don't know the answer in terms of how to bone up on our
Telltale Games lays off much of its staff
"Four a critically acclaimed video game studio just got rid of most of their employees telltale games in San Rafael, California, posted on Twitter that it's laying off most of its employees saying the feedback to its games. This year was amazing. But it didn't translate into sales. The studio is known for its narrative driven games based on the Walking Dead Batman and back to the
Major California highway reopens but wildfire burns on
"Officials say a major interstate near the California Oregon border has reopened six days after a wildfire roared along the roadway forced its closure. Cal trans has one lane in each direction of I five reopened this morning at eight thirty however, no vehicles carrying potential flammable materials will be allowed along a seventeen mile stretch of the interstate near Duns mirror that includes vehicles. Carrying. Hey, woodchips lumber or logs the highway had been closed since last Wednesday when the delta fire erupted near the interstate wildfires burned over sixty four square miles and continues to rage in and around Shasta. Trinity national forest the fire at this point is just five percent
‘Predatory behavior’: Priest sex abuse report reveals secret Bay Area case
"I think Nike. You know, holding a partner accountable for that. And and just being a position where they can continue to support in this case, the athletes, but also encourage the league to perhaps let the protesting continue or to at least elevate the conversation. The new season starts this week making gold speak KCBS supporters of a decades long effort to rename the Dixie school district in San Rafael taking that effort back to the school board lists this week. Members of the committee change the day will address the board during the public comment period of the board's meeting later tonight advocates the advocates say the name Dixie is a reference to slavery that is out of touch with Marin county values the campaign to change the district's name began in nineteen ninety seven and was last voted on in twenty three. Another allegation involving south bay. Clergy KCBS is Jennifer Hodge says it's a case that came to light with the release of Pennsylvania's grand jury report on sexual abuse within the Catholic church thin Alosha a conservative pre Vatican sacked near the Lexington reservoir. The report outlines abuse by the Reverend Benedict. Vander Putin eighteen years ago, it states Vander Putin molested a young girl, and then was transferred to Switzerland. When it surfaced pedophile can do what they do because of power. Robert marr court is a snap. The survivors network of those abused by priests. He was molested church when he was thirteen the Losha's isn't part of the San Jose diocese. But Marquette says it's happening in a number of churches churches that can't afford settlements. The Catholic church has so far had the money to be able to do that many of these other churches don't so just goes on and on and on the actions of the Reverend Vander Putin. Only made it into the Pennsylvania. Grand jury report because he had spent time at the diocesan Scranton, Jennifer Hodges KCBS the future of gun shows at the cow palace now up in the air a Bill banning gun and ammunition sales at the venue in Daly city has passed the legislature and now awaits the signature of governor Jerry Brown, the measure by Senator Scott, Weiner and feel ting both of San Francisco would ban sales of the state owned facility which holds five gun shows a year supervisors in both San Mateo and San Francisco have passed resolutions. Supporting the Bill Weiner says the communities have made it clear, they do not want gun shows in our cities or our neighborhoods. The buyback gun events are not affected. KCBS news time now is one twenty four. Is humans? We.
U.S. deports accused former Nazi guard to Germany
"A former Nazi concentration camp guard was recently, discovered living in New York City he. Is now being deported from the United States that's according to US immigration and customs enforcement is I says the ninety five. Year old's name, is yucky Polly and he's been being sent to Germany the. White House commended the move this Morning NPR's Sarah McCarron has been following this and joins us down, the studio Sarah what, can you, tell us about this man Yawkey Polly well, he. Was born in what was then. Poland and what's now Ukraine and this is important, because, this was a long time ago and he's a man not quite without a country but that. No country has wanted to claim because of his involvement in, Nazi concentration camps in World War Two he worked in nineteen forty-three at. A German concentration camp in what was German occupied Poland. Later that same year thousands of. Jewish people were shot to death in. A mass execution at that camp, and, this man is not accused of participating directly in that event but he is accused of persecuting people at that camp. Preventing them from escaping and in so doing being responsible in part for those deaths how did he wind up, in New York City well he's been here for, a very long time he'd been living, in queens came to the US. After The war in nineteen forty-nine illegally the US government says they said he he lied in order to come. Here told immigration officials that he had worked in a factory and, on, a farm during the war became a naturalized? Citizen in? Nineteen, fifty seven and then as a result of. Investigations into Nazi war? Crimes was denaturalized in two thousand three ordered deported the next year and that appeal was denied in two thousand, five but he remained in the country right so why he was ordered to be deported. After the US government, found out who he actually was and then and then he stayed well it just comes down to the fact, that that these other countries didn't want to take him ambassador Richard Grenell the embassador. Germany says this came to the president's attention somehow President Trump made, it a priority made it very clear he wanted him, out and also there's been pressure from people in New York members of the New. York congressional delegation had called for his removal activists? In, New York had been calling for this for. Many years ambassador Grenell says, he brought this up repeatedly With the new German government with his. Counterparts there and decided to make a moral case they saw this as a moral obligation that they had not so much, a legal obligation this individual was not is not, a German citizen so the moral, obligation? Because this individual served it in the name of the former German government and so he is back in Germany they say he was taken. Out from his home in queens on a stretcher he's a very old man not clear exactly what, happens to. Him legally at this, point go through some kind of trials you could not entirely clear he, has a very old. Man but officials say. From the US government say this is part of the administration's effort to take immigration laws. Seriously something they've been emphasizing much more broadly and they're using this case certainly to
Mosquitoes, dead birds and chickens test positive for West Nile Virus in Contra Costa County
"Contra Costa county health officials say they've seen, more West Nile virus infections KCBS. Baba reports a number of mosquitoes birds and chickens in what contra Costa county have tested positive all of this just in the last week alone is the thirties worry this could spread to humans infections are not surprising West Nile virus is a virus that. Replicates in warmer weather so when we have continued warm weather, is when we tend to see West Nile virus activity Nola would with. The mosquito and vector control district says the infections are all over east
Minnesota Masonic Cancer Centre, San Rafael and Crowly discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"New study says e cigarettes produce chemicals that. Can, damage a user's DNA now whether that would lead to cancer said they would. Still have to be proven this research comes out of the university. Of Minnesota masonic cancer centre they recruited five volunteers, had them use electronic cigarettes and they collected saliva samples before and after a vaping session and went on for about fifteen minutes and found after the fact that there was a shift in the DNA of some of these users four. Out of the five users they said the findings worthy of the most were related to something called at Crowly in which. Is pronounced when. We're glacier all is heated now propylene glycol and vegetable Lesser at are two of, the main ingredients found in the liquid in e cigarettes they say more research will be
Fire that prompted closure of parts of Yosemite Park is contained
"The Ferguson fire that ignited near Yosemite national park over a month ago is now one hundred. Percent contained Sierra national forest officials said yesterday the, blaze burn just under seven thousand acres destroyed ten structures. Killed two firefighters injured nineteen others the fire also prompted the temporary. Closure of the popular Yosemite valley the. Closures have since been lifted though smoke is, still expected to linger in the area
California judge rejects plea deal in Oakland warehouse fire
"The two men accused negotiate, warehouse fire that, killed thirty six, partygoers in Oakland are headed to trial now KCBS. Gentle lane was in the courtroom yesterday is the, new direction in, the case was confirmed this comes after last week judge James. Kramer rejected plea deals for co-defendants. Max Harris and Derek Saying l. MENA did not show. True remorse for those thirty six deaths in the artist's home. In venue where he was master tenant before the December twenty sixteen fire now, attorneys are talking about getting the? Case to trial, probably, in early, twenty nine teen Curtis Briggs. Is defending max Harris interestingly enough we feel refreshed and excited because now we have an opportunity to prove the max Harris. Is, legally innocent in the meantime I'll Menez attorney Tony, Sarah will be arguing for a change of venue he believes. Media coverage means Alameda County jurors cannot be fair, they have an, opinion if, ninety, percent of the populace in Oakland, was asked do you think I'll maintenance. Guilty they. Would say yes. District attorney Nancy. O'Malley declined to comment but earlier this week she wrote to the judge that her office is prepared. To, take the case to
SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Occurred hi, I'm Kevin Durant and this is where warriors won, a championship here, sorrow, Santa, Rosa Sherry Preston prosecutors in the Bank fraud trial of former, Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort or laying out their closing arguments right now ABC's Meghan Hughes, has the latest the attorney. For the government Greg Andres told jurors that Paul Manafort, is Aligarh saying
Twitter, Gavin McInnes and Southern Poverty Law Center discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Up on the highway thirteen is well for your ride through the Caldecott tunnel but once you get out of the tunnel. You're back at the limit eastbound to walnut creek and, Burghley seeing some delays usual. Slowing eighty westbound right now from Golden Gate fields to the bay bridge toll plaza that stretches. About a twenty five minute drive time and once, you get to the toll
KCBS, Melissa Coul Ross and Newswatch discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Tesla shareholder has filed a class action lawsuit against the Palo Alto based electric car manufacturer and CEO Elon Musk the suit accuses. The billionaire of scheming to artificially manipulate the price of Tesla's stock and hurting the company's investors. Shareholder Kalman ISAACs filed the lawsuit yesterday in federal court in San Francisco came claiming, securities fraud suit comes in response to Musk's, tweet earlier this week disclosing he is. Considering taking tesla.
Mother of slain youth, Michael Brown, running for Ferguson City Council
"Mix Padan head is, the mother of Michael Brown the teenager who was shot and killed by police officer in Ferguson Missouri four, years ago that incident sparked protests in, Ferguson and all around the country her run for, city, council mirrors that Wesley ballot concerned Ferguson citizen who, won a council seat and is now Poised to take on an even, bigger public office more from CBS news correspondent Michelle Miller Democratic primary upset of. Seven terms Saint Louis county. Prosecutor Bob McCulloch Tuesday all but assures him victory. In November there is no. Republican candidate this is a tremendous office year tampers with dad he'd be making any mistake what makes the. Wind so stunning is the four years ago as a, community, we have to get involved bell stood on the front lines of protests in. Ferguson Missouri, trying to quell anger after the shooting death of Michael Brown by. Police officer Darren Wilson my name is promised to deliver change to policing. In his community after a grand jury found. There was not enough evidence to indict Wilson, I would, like to introduce your next city councilman reward change. Came after a strategic door knocking? Campaign earned him a seat on the Ferguson city council what was the need you saw I saw a need for leader Ship three years later he's poised to lead the most impactful, crimefighting office in the county how. Did you win this, see well, we, went, into this campaign the mindset that. We have I should say. Was that we were going to focus on the. Issues we wanted to give. People a reason to be inspired to go to the polls as opposed to the fear and and antagonism. That we see with a lot of elected officials and, that, message resonated as we as we can see bell ran on a criminal Justice. Reform platform, one that included devoting resources for treating addiction and mental health common. Curbing the revolving door of mass incarceration and moving focus for misdemeanor traffic. Tickets to serious crimes the city of Ferguson. Has been under a federal consent decree since, two thousand, sixteen in that time the monitor dismissed all but. Seventeen hundred of the nearly eight? Thousand misdemeanor cases filed against citizens And for sitting next door to Saint Louis now. The nation's murder capital but it's a delicate balancing act between crimefighting and, community policing well here's the thing we're not going to focus our our resources are prosecutors. On nonviolent for example possessions of marijuana instead we're going to reallocate those resources the job of the, prosecutor's office is to, make Saint Louis county safer was it important to unseat the chief prosecutor I've been practicing for, seventeen years, I've seen the. The policies of this office with respect. To lack of commitment to very the two diversionary programs and the cash. Bill system with respect to? Non violent offenders Who are going to. Be released anyway the yet still. Being held on binds that they can't afford to me it's a matter of principle this is where I'm from this is my
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The richmond san rafael bridge traffic now for the last eight to nine minutes has been at a complete standstill from well before the toll plazas the backup continues to grow all the way out to mid span traffic at a stop there because they're dealing with the injuries involved in a four car crash this is major problems you better change your plans right now if they included a westbound trip across the richmond san rafael bridge you're going to need to avoid and it for quite a while i don't see this clearing anytime soon even if it does the backup will be with us and accident in san francisco to eighty southbound at alumini is now backing up onto the james lick freeway it's already backed up onto the extension it's even affecting the northbound one oh one ride trying to connect up with eighty southbound heading out toward the outer mission and ingles side to the lower deck of the bay bridge were backed up from well before cesar chavez and we're also backed up on the two eighty extension eight eighty and the macarthur maze is getting heavy now backed up to west grand avenue in the eighty split trying to get onto the shore freeway appears there is a new accident on interstate eighty eastbound in the vicinity of powell street adding to the backup in the maze next update one thirty eight traffic leader kcbs mostly sunny and a little muggy this afternoon highs ranging from the upper sixties cosigned the low nineties inland mostly clear this evening increasing clouds overnight with lows in the upper fifties and for your weekend mostly cloudy in the morning at the coast and bay but sunny and mild in the afternoon traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one of six nine am seven forty kcbi.
"san rafael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The richmond san rafael bridge in marin county on monday night kcbs jeffrey xiao reports the chp said the suspect fired a pellet gun in an act of road rage the chp says eighteen year old christie and perez torres of san rafael used a pellet handgun to shoot at another vehicle well both were traveling along the highway see hp officer andrew barclay says the victim who was not injured was able to write down torres his license plate number at san rafael police later located him at a gas station i searched the vehicle returned a pellet gun with other indicia the crime pilots things like that in the vehicle perez was arrested on several charges including shooting a weapon at a moving vehicle the main things we want to get out and this is first of all we were very grateful nobody was injured in this obviously in the bay area there's been numerous freeway shootings even with pellet bb gun spark barklay credits the victim with getting the suspects license plate number that he says helped them put out an all points billiton attract them down in san rafael jeffrey xiao becase cbs despite this latest weather this latest storm contra costa county is still below average for rainfall kcbs has holly kwon tells us the rain is helping county officials gathered flood data that they've never had before they're sixteen hundred miles of creeks in contra costa most of them not very problematic but if they flood doesn't matter if it's one house or a thousand of it's yours it's a problem that's why this past winter officials installed fifteen stream gauges to monitor the rise what they're doing during storms like this is gathering data so not only can they tell you the creek is rising but they can give you advance warning using expected rain totals whether you need to hope it on down to the sandbag lot mike carlson is deputy public works director we've got fifteen stream gauges all across the county but really when we're looking at a problem area that i think it's going to provide some immediate assistance is the alhambra creek in downtown martinez if floods periodically there's been some improvements at the mouth of creek that's really helped it but it's still prone to flooding and there's a lot of sandbagging that goes on a lot of concern from the neighbors that live along the creek and the downtown businesses and rain gauges are linked to.