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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Camilla Romanowski. NPR NEWS technology sector stocks have been big winners in recent weeks. But today investors deciding to take a chunk of that back with a major sell off in the sector that drove the NASDAQ Stock Market Index down more than 5% at one point Quickly pulled down the other major indices. But Michael Farr, CEO of the investment firm Formula, or Washington doesn't think that what happened today is necessarily a harbinger of things to come. This is much too minor to call a correction of any kind would have to give it a lot more days and see if the selling continues. So maybe some profit taking along with a lot of this computerized trading that tends to pile on and caused an exacerbate, you know these volatile moves in either direction. The big downturn comes just a day after the Dow Jones industrial average closed above 29,000 for the first time since February. Just before the kroner virus pandemic began Ravaging U S economy on Wall Street, The Dow dropped 807 points the NASDAQ was down 598 points. This's NPR live from news. I'm terrorists, Tyler Firefighters are gaining containment on the four groups of fires caused by lightning strikes, which prompted thousands of evacuations around the Bay Area. Nina Thorson reports. The complex, which is affected parts of Santa Clara, Alameda and Contra Costa County, is among others is now 78% contained. Mandatory evacuation orders. They're still in effect for three areas and Santa Clara County. The L. A new complex in the North Bay is 81% contained. Evacuation orders have been reduced to warnings in some parts of Napa and Lake County's, but others remain in effect in West Marin County. Many communities evacuated because of the Woodward fire are being re populated. That fire is 57% contained and the seas EU complex in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties is 48% contained. Many of those evacuation orders are still in place. Officials say they're still checking the safety of roads and utilities before letting people return home. I'm Nina Thorson News. Ah Heat wave is expected to bring temperatures up to the nineties and one hundreds in the Bay Area this Labor Day weekend. The region will experience some warming Friday, but temperatures will really start to ramp up on Saturday. States Power grid operator is asking folks to conserve energy from 3 to 9 PM on those days as it's expecting increased air conditioner use, and officials from the Bay Area are asking residents to avoid crowding beaches and parks over the long weekend. To prevent the spread of the Corona virus..

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Firefighters have made progress containing more than 840 wildfires. I'd have burned 1.42 million acres since a lightning siege of more than 14,000 lightning strikes struck the state beginning on August 15th. A total of seven deaths, including a helicopter pilot battling the hills fire had been reported. 2500 buildings have been destroyed and more than 60,000 people have been evacuated. Ellen, you Lightning complex. The most destructive of the fires was about 50% contained and has burned 375,000 acres in Napa, Sonoma, Lake, YOLO and Solano counties. The largest of the wildfires. The Lightning complex reached 50% containment on Sunday morning as it burned 377,000 acres in Santa Clara, Alameda Contra Kostya San Joaquin. And Stanislas counties. 84,000 Acres Tzu Lightning fire was 35% contained in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. Also, Cal fire said that the BTU you lightning complex fire in viewed to him and Glenn counties. Has burned about 59,000 acres. And is that 40% containment? You can listen to the news any time by logging on to use a radio dot com for USA Radio News. I'm Wendy King. I don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him. Addiction. I haven't seen him like this. Never I never wanted to start easing. I knew the drill, but I was out of options..

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Engine crews trying to get a line connected. We shall get our containment a lot more secure up to where the fire started in her Lake County Cal fire Scott Ross says crews gotta break to start the day that the weather wasn't his severe is initially predicted, particularly in terms of lightning strikes. We didn't quite get what we were thinking we could the window got up a little bit, but it seemed to be just a normal good night of fire activity and nothing to catastrophic or major happened. Because of any predicted weather event. We got fortunate with that crews of up containment on the Ellen you complex to 22%. But the blaze isn't slowing up. We are expecting continued growth, extreme fire behavior. You know, we get some sort of long range spotting that will continue to challenge us. For sure. Elsewhere, the EU complexes chewing up 347,000 acres across five counties. Including Santa Clara, Alameda and Stanislas, captain Joe Amador says conditions or extreme right now the fire is taken to spreading in all directions, some faster than others We do have you know some concerns. Most of our focus is always trying to protect property, mostly public safety, and so down in the Leroy or conceal, I believe it's call area. We have firefighters in place there. Just make sure we had just been in spring in fire in that area, which is more populated some good news on the complex. They're actually think this is actually part of the L. A new complex. But I wanted to pass it along The Myers fire there north of Jenner Cruz really putting a gold star by that when they've got it 95% surrounded, of course, with some help from the Pacific Ocean. But they're talking about possibly even reopening highway 101 along that beautiful stretch of Northern California coastal line. Boy Hat's off to those firefighters. I tell you, Joe, that job. Yeah, we'll talk a little bit more about air quality in a half an hour. Yes, Everybody's talking about that to our eye. Joe. Joe. Michael. Thank you so much from our KPK Fire desk. It's for 20, and we've got traffic and weather together. We're going to hear first from Dana has on your last subject there. I was at the ace hardware near me the other day, huh? Everybody walking around head to an air filter for their direct. Really? Yeah. So it's a good plan. Get that thing changed. But if you can't ride you by speaking of education can dot com right now, downtown to these sweats, dine minutes. He's bound Camp City and about 11 minutes on there from eastbound 80 to Roosevelt. Downtown L Grove south I 5 11 minutes And just about a minute longer on 99 at this time, No big issues there downtown to Folsom. Nothing to slow you down 18 minutes. They're all eastbound 50 going at the Woodland 16 minutes north Bound I five And downtown A Davis westbound 80 is nine minutes and auto do it yourselfers. Have your vehicle's A C isn't working. Oh my goodness. We're going to use a can of our 1 34 a automotive refrigerant to recharge it before you do visit cash in the can dot com Learn how to recharge racy, right, Get your deposit back and help the planet visit cash in the can dot com traffic on the tens. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 cafe quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups through late Wednesday night, Hazy skies for tonight, well below tonight 64 to 68 Tomorrow and Wednesday will be warm with hazy sunshine. The high Tomorrow.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I have a plan from there. Contact folks outside of the area be ready to leave. And of course, that fire is in Sonoma, Napa and Lake County's. The EU fire is in Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin and Stanislaw counties. Cal Fire says If he's lightning strikes do happen and the result of new fires they will have to put their already strained resource is from other incidents to put them out. They're also asking people in rural areas to please be prepared to evacuate its 905 Marla Davies. And time now. Planet money. Hello and welcome to Planet Money. Summer school, the only educational institution in the world that isn't freaking out. Right now. This is class number four scarcity. And Pistachio. I'm Robert Smith. For a few more weeks, we will be teaching you to look at the world through economic eyes. And don't worry. There's no midterm. There will be a final exam and a high quality certificate at the end that just might in certain lighting conditions be mistaken for a diploma. You know who else has fancy diplomas? That's he, Stevenson and Justin Wolfers from the University of Michigan. Guys. Hi. How are you today? I'm so excited for this episode. You said that for every episode. They're all about economics. I.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That's why you America's Tiger has been world famous for decades and his story it comes with many chapters. Groundbreaking achievements. Tiger Woods is the 100 U S Open champion in history. A shocking fall from Grace. I am deeply sorry. For my irresponsible and selfish behavior. He was on Mount Everest. And now he that the bottom of the ravine and of course, what many believe is the greatest sports comeback of all time. Many doubted we'd ever see it. But here it is Return to glory, But few people have really gotten to know Tiger. And winning is kind of lonely. I knew he had to keep the world at bay. It's largely been left to the media to tell his story. Remarkable Start What promises to be a remarkable career tiger was doesn't just play golf. He is gone, and he's like another Gandhi best in the history of God, no question. Song from the trade in well Studio, your local fiduciary creating wealth dot com This is knsd Am 7 90 on my heart radio station. Unprecedented storms. I'm Joe Jiro, Fox News, Louisiana and part of the Texas Gulf Coast, getting set for two hurricanes within a couple of days. The first time that's happened in recent history, Hurricane Marco said to hit sometime tomorrow, followed by Tropical Storm Laura. It's still entirely possible these run over the exact same spot, and that would cause a whole lot of headaches, Additional water additional flooding right now We're looking at this initial storm, bringing heavy rain into the New Orleans area. The second storm Bring some of that heavier rain a little farther off to the West Fox meteorologist Adam Klaus. High winds and dry lightning storms are forecast through Monday for Northern California, where three massive wildfires roared through parts landscape fires from the Ellen You lightning complex in Napa, Sonoma and other nearby counties have scored more than 341,000 acres. It's now the second largest fire in the state's recorded history and the EU Lightning complex fire in Santa Clara, Alameda and other nearby counties is now the Third largest in the state's history. Six people have died from the fires..

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now through Tuesday, and so that's why there's a red flag warning. A red flag warning means put your mower and your weed whacker away from the dry fields. Yes, it's always good to Keep the dry fields mode or weed whacked. To stop the spread of fire, however. More likely than not. Manmade fires are caused by people trying to do good things, and it's because Weed, whackers and moors are hot instruments. They also hit sharp objects that caused sparks. So basically today with a red flag warning. Don't do any moment. Now if I was president of the United States I would mandate goats for California massive amounts of goats. To keep everything mode. It would be my goat initiative. That's how you stop fires. Goats. Alright, I have other ideas, too. But if I mention those they would throw me off the air. All right. Ah, On today's program, we are going to talk about the effects of all the wildfires. On your garden. The smoke the heat the ash Debbie Flower will be joining us. He's going to drop by the A beautiful on jungle here in suburban purgatory. And we're going toe chat about how ash especially interferes With the functions of your plants. Plus, will answer your garden questions. Taking a look at these fires. I mean, it's amazing. The Ellen you complex, which is in Sonoma Lake Napa, YOLO in Solano County, is now 341,000 Acres 17% controlled It is now the second largest California wildfire. The complex fire, which is in Stanislas and Aclara. Alameda Contra Costa in San Joaquin County has burned almost as much acreage 439,000 acres and is only 10% contained. And that's number three on the list of the top largest California wildfires. The number one was the Mendocino Complex fire back in July of 2018 up as the name implies Men Casino, Glen Lake and Colusa counties. And the fire many of us remember, especially for bad smoke, and the tragedy involved the campfire up in Butte County that leveled the town of Paradise. In November of 2018 is number 19 on the list of Faras acreage burned, but Definitely number one when it comes to structures lost and lives lost. 18,000 plus structures lost in the campfire. Back in 2018 85 lives lost so far in the L. A new complex fire. Four lives have been lost. No loss of life yet in the EU complex fire A lot of people may be wondering what the heck do these names mean? What is an L N you? R a C Z you or see you Usually wildfire names were chosen by the dispatchers, and it's usually the first crew on the scene may name the fire, and usually they named these wildfires from a nearby landmark of road name or a lake name or a mountain name. Um, But when you have lightning cause fires were multiple multiple fires Khun breakout in several places at once in a particular area. You'll refer to you'll hear about those fires being referred to as a complex and thus the complex will often take the name of either the biggest fire in the group. The area in which it is burning or the cause of the fire. Now the Ln you complex fire. What does Ellen use fan for? Well, it turns out That Ellen you is the name for the Sonoma Lake Napa Cal Fire unit, you know. Besides fighting fires, there are bureaucrats involved. So they've named their firefighting unit. Ln you for the Cinema Lake Nappy Unit. The C C U is San Matteo Santa Cruz unit of Cal fire. And S. C U is the Santa Clara Ah unit of Cal fire and that includes Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa and parts of Stanislaw in San Joaquin counties. So that's where those strange letters came from. It's the name of the Cal Fire unit Ln you and CSU. And of course, this easy you Phil. With more lightning on the way. Be careful out there. Ladies and gentlemen, coming up after this break. The radio debut. Of my wife. With a roasted tomato recipe. What you gonna do with all those tomatoes? Why not roast them? Why heat up the kitchen anymore Doing canning work when you could be roasting tomatoes and then setting them aside in the freezer until the weather cools, and then you can do all your canning chores. Oil. We'll find out when we come back to the KFBK Garden Show here on news 93.1 KFBK news radio from California's Capital City. I Heart radio station News. 93.1 Kfbk is available everywhere with the I. Heart Radio at number one for podcast. Also on 15.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

"Winds as well. Cal Fire's Daniel Berlin was worried about it to the National Weather Service has issued a fire Weather watch for this weekend. I'm specifically because we are looking at the possibility of more lightning coming in Sunday night and through Tuesday for much of Northern California, so we are doing our best to take a stand against the current fires. To increase our containment, But we're going to be challenged come this weekend. If more lightning occurs, he says. We are already dealing with unprecedented fire activity. Most of them we've been ableto to contain. However, nearly two dozen of those are have now become major fires burning over 771,000 acres and just to put that into perspective. That's approximately the size of Rhode Island. Numbers now on our Bay Area fires a current considered situation with the L. A new complex fire burning in the North Bay 219,000 Acres and 7% containment. The EU complex fire in Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin and Stanislas counties, nearly 230,000 acres 10% contained there. Monterey County's River fire near Salinas. Nearly 40,000 Acres 9% contained in the Carmel Valley. Fire 5000 Acres. No containment in sight yet seize EU lightning fire in the Santa Cruz mountains, putting off a lot of smoke Philip 50,000 acres with no containment and in Marin County and upgrade here and update on the situation and an upgrade on the number of acres. Marines Point Reyes National Seashore Fire Now at 2259 Acres, and at this point, no containment there either. We'll take a look at your traffic around the bay Area with Heather. Next J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage. We can help guide you to those right decisions.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Area, not on the state's watch list. An appeals court has granted ride sharing companies uber and lift the ability to continue classifying drivers is Independent contractors, at least for now, after threats from both that they were going to suspend operations uber and left, hoping to appeal to voters in November, with about measure that would exempt both companies from having to comply with 85. It would be proper 22. We are taking a poll. What do you think? Should the company's be exempt from 85? We can tell you that's at kpk dot com. The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil or on the case, Okay. Twitter Page right now. Lightning sparked wildfires burning hundreds of thousands of acres in Northern California. Joe Michaels is live from our KPK Wildfire desk with more Kenny 131,000 Acres are on fire across Sonoma, Solano Lake and Napa County is this evening, a result of thousands of lightning strikes earlier in the week. The weather is a little bit favorable compared to yesterday. There is a lot of ash in the sky and come in Down. When you're around here. Vehicles have lots of cash on them. You could see the fire. Still active. Captain Jessie Gomez says Today's weather conditions are much improved as windy in the general area of the fire. It's slightly cooler than it was yesterday, and that way, you know firefighters able to get into these locations. Attacked her. Even so, extreme fire behavior is reported with short and long range. Spotting continuing to challenge firefighting efforts. Thie Ellen you fires have destroyed 105 buildings to this point and damaged 70 more than 30,000 there still threatened. We did have some good news to share. The Napa County Sheriff's Department telling US firefighters made quick work of a five acre blaze just north of a legendary Robert Mondavi winery off of highway 29. Mahdavi, one of more than a dozen wineries in the near vicinity between Oakville and Rutherford. Elsewhere, the EU complexes now forcing evacuations in Santa Cruz County, where all tourists and visitors staying in local hotels, motels. Even vacation rentals are being asked to leave immediately. Officials there trying to free up space for local evacuees. The complex burning 137,000 acres in a number of locations throughout Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin and Stanislas counties. Cal Fire's Dominic Polito, saying the week's weather conditions have been presented challenges to fire crews anytime that the temperatures are hot, and the relative humidity is low, everything ignites.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

"Harris Restaurant is open Monday to Friday noon to seven PM Prime and dry aged steaks are cut daily and vacuum sealed select bottles of wines or 30% off and 10% of the wine sales will go to the staff visit them a 21 100 Vance Avenue. Some of the biggest fires burning in the Bay Area are as follows The L N u Lightning, Complex fires and Sonoma Napa Solano counties have burned 131,000 acres with 0% containment. The S C U Lightning Complex fires cover 20 separate fires in Santa Clara, Alameda Contra Costa San Joaquin in Stanislaus County. It is 5% contain and has burned 137,000 acres. And the C Z you August Lightning complex fire has burned 40,000 acres across San Matteo and Santa Cruz counties with no containment. The Woodward fire on the point Reyes National Seashore in the North Bay continues to burn as well. The acreage grew overnight, so approximately 1500 acres No containment. There's been no injuries on the fire. And there are currently around 16 honored structures that are within the evacuation warning zone that are threatened that Sergeant Brinton Schneider with the Marin County Sheriff's office, he says the evacuation warning area stretches from west of Highway one between Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in a Lima just south to the boat. Bolena says Well, so from a Lima South to Molinas. Thousands of evacuations continue to be ordered as a wild fires around the Bay Area beyond burn out of control doesn't blow this easy, you complex fire burning in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. Chris Clark, chief deputy with the Santa Cruz Sheriff's Office, says there's just no way to know which way the fire will go. So it's important to heed these orders. Stress more importance of leaving When those orders come out. I really can't There are people that are unaccounted for, uh, that we are looking to try to determine where they are, Clark said. It's also extremely important to note that if you have been evacuated, there really.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Emergency medical appointments the Dennis breed said mail salons tattoo parlors gyms and bars are scheduled to reopen in mid August and in phases but she said all dates are tentative and dependent on the city's coronavirus numbers remaining stable or declining businesses will be allowed to deny entry to customers who are not wearing masks today's announcement indicates the counties are taking different paths as they balance the need for people to get back to work while the virus still lurks San Francisco has reported more than twenty four hundred positive cases of corona virus infections and forty deaths San Francisco's public health officials also announced a new mandate requiring people to wear a face covering in most situations they are outside the house anyone within thirty feet of someone not in their household will have to wear one including people exercising the nearly seven million people who live in the bay area counties of San Francisco Santa Clara Alameda Contra Costa San Mateo and Marin remain under local shelter in place orders that were announced March sixteenth and they have no expiration date governor Gavin Newsom has been on a re opening spree with rules allowing the bulk of the state's counties to open malls restaurants and hair salons all with strict modifications he also announced rules to allow religious services which have been the source of outbreaks San Francisco and they five neighboring northern California counties have led the way in slowing the spread of the virus and initiating the first shelter at home order in the US even before California's governor took action earlier this week Santa Clara's health officer said the state was moving too quickly and urged smaller re opening steps so officials have time to measure the impact of loosening their restrictions so no my county health director Sundari Mays said her county won't be further relaxing restrictions because of a large increase in cases in hospitalizations in the past week our case our rates that are increasing we had a total of two hundred and three cases over the past fourteen days prior to the relaxing the stay order and our case rate is forty one person's four hundred thousand that's double what it was two weeks ago we've also seen us over the weekend a few more hospitalizations that make us worried that we might be seeing more of a normal populations over the past few months many new cases were from close contacts with family members but now we're shifting and seeing more cases from workplace contact also health director Mays said cinema county is seeing a disproportionate rate of cases in the Latino community Los Angeles is moved to re open retail shops and houses of worship despite earlier signals it would goes much slower than other California counties the nation's largest county said it would follow state guidelines and further relaxing restrictions on businesses and religious services just a week ago the county announced a July fourth target to re open businesses more broadly in the Indio rural areas were previously less affected by covert nineteen but now they're seeing a spike in cases that comes after prime minister Moti resumed interstate travel leading to mass movement from cities to the rural homes a shot guard reports more than ten million migrant workers who was stranded in cities like Delhi and Mumbai started moving back home once the restrictions were lifted the Indian government says the states which have received the most number of migrant assuring the highest spikes in new coronavirus cases authorities act on Sunday that if rural India sees coronavirus clusters the fertility rate could rise many villages in India lack of proper healthcare facilities and only have two doctors per thousand residents on average the federal government says it's monitoring the situation closely critics are calling for the authorities to divert healthcare resources to rural areas for almost seventy percent of India's population live sound good your daily France's lower house of parliament endorsed state contact tracing app designed to contain the spread of the corona virus amid sharp debate over privacy concerns the lawmakers in the National Assembly took a non binding vote of three thirty eight to ten fifteen to approve the stop covert app the app is expected to be made available to users on a voluntary basis starting on Monday it uses Bluetooth signals on mobile phones to trace individuals that people infected with the virus had contact with and informs them of the potential exposure civil liberties groups have raised concerns over fears it could lead to increased surveillance Ross Cullen reports from Paris the app which is called stop cove it will alert users if they've been in close contact with someone who has symptoms of the disease but there's been public and political opposition to the plan with concerns over privacy in the storage of personal data the government's countered this saying that the apple we've fallen tree and users can choose to delete it if they wish ministers say that as the country continues to ease lockdown restrictions it's crucial to avoid a second wave of infections and one way to do this is through track and trace mobile apps Ross Cullen Paris we are now in the final twenty four and a half hours of the fund drive here at KPFA maybe an easier way to look at it is we're in the final day of the finder I've here at KPFA and we are still short of our goal the amount of money that we figured we needed to raise to keep the station on an even keel and the operating on the air into the next few months we'd like to get as close as possible to that goal I don't know precisely how far away we are but earlier in the day we were about seventy thousand dollars short that's a big piece of change that we could.

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

"Some of these industries that he that he benefits from so anyway that's on that I will get to social media got some good tweets and and push back we'll get to all of it as we continue and the planet mixer Belinda KGO eight ten for special report covert virus updates we need to unleash the voices of the sciences in our public health system in the United States so they can be heard Dr Rick bright the immunologist who says he lost his government job for warning the trump administration they should prepare for the corona virus pandemic testified before Congress today right says the drug ram disappear shows promise but the federal government has no plans to maximize its benefits and we have limited doses that we have a scale that production and we don't have a plan and how to fairly and equitably distribute that Dr president trump's reaction to bright's testimony I don't know I never I don't want to made but I watch them how do I get angry disgruntled employees Thompson program amber Burkhart this is sponsored by audible a good listen with audible makes for a great company discover why millions of people are listening on audible every month and find out how to get your first audiobook free at audible dot com three of the six area counties that have been sticking together with a stay at home owners are now breaking away from the stricter state homeowners San Francisco Marin and San Mateo counties will all move into stage two of the re opening plan on Monday this means that counties are allowing for the return of retail and manufacturing with new physical distancing measures in place Santa Clara Alameda and Contra Costa have been enforcing a stricter shelter in place order than the one that is in fact state wide napa Solano Sonoma county's moved into stage two with the rest of the state last week the San Francisco public utilities commission is reducing rates for certain residential customers amid the pandemic sewer power and water bills will all be reduced for those who have experienced the income lost because of covert nineteen the reduced rates will be applied retroactively from that back to March fourth and will go all the way through September fourth and the beach where a twenty six year old surfer was killed in a shark attack has re opened today in Santa Cruz County been Kelly was bitten about one hundred yards off the coast of sand dollar beach on Saturday he died from his injuries he received from that bite and again that beach has now re opened we will check your necessary travels out of the wrong report I'm G. G. O. A. ten.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS news this is take out with major Garrett welcome back row caught a democratic congressman from the state of California's seventeenth district to be precise Santa Clara Alameda counties as already discussed he mentioned earlier a reference to legislation co authored and co sponsored with the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders it's worth also pointing out of case you don't know in the audience congressman Condit was co chair of the Bernie Sanders for president campaign that's correct yeah yes sell products so help how enthusiastic or unenthusiastic are you about Joe Biden your arm into the aspect of making sure that we defeat Donald Trump and that we elect by spurs about and I was in the Obama administration I served there for two years he did a remarkable job during the recovery and lead some of those efforts but here's what I say to them Bernie supporters I said look I don't sugar coat it night I don't think Joe Biden is going to lead us into the next progressive era I think he's going to be a bridge but if you here's the choice you can either have Donald Trump was gonna stacked the Supreme Court in a way that I don't care who the president is Medicare for all and a live a living wage and other policies we want about it bargaining rights but the courts are going to allow it or you could get Joe Biden who can stop the damage can be a bridge and then we can have a progressive but future after so I saw a poll this week that caught my eye about the former vice president and that poll said the twenty eight percent of Democrats Democrats who intend to vote in the twenty twenty election quote definitely unquote or quote probably unquote so the two are definitely in probably twenty percent of Democrats surveyed favor replacing Joe Biden with another nominee your reaction or outlook I think the history of our party is we always that are gonna second guessing ourselves and I I wonder what that number was when Bill Clinton and in ninety two and I remember with Obama people are saying okay middle name that's just the nature of of Democrats but Anson said something incredibly dramatic and Joe Biden will be our nominee and having someone else come last minute who hasn't gone through the democratic process I don't think that's healthy and that when they generate a lot of state concern I think we have someone who's after twenty five candidates and look I fought very hard yeah your tapes of me saying not great things about the show by but the point is we litigated it and you won and why do you think he won because it was not the conversation that you and I had when we bump into each other and I what was the conversation I was having with Democrats in New Hampshire or Nevada yeah but he's going to lose the first three and then take the whole process by storm maybe there is some of the most persistent optimist within the Biden campaign thought that was going to happen but not hardly anyone else like talk to and democratic politics thought that was going to happen and after the first three contests especially the Nevada caucuses there was a sense that there was this moment of any senator Sanders if not unstoppable was formidable and then it all petered out why now well I agree with you I mean we didn't take that by Dan was gonna emerge at inside for a while we thought the Bloomberg was the more serious threat poster New Hampshire obviously we turned out to be wrong but we underestimated his alley is coming back I did a couple things one it shows the absolute importance of the African American support you have to be the nominee you can not be the democratic nominee without major support from the African American community from the African American community in the south which is different than the African American community California or the Midwest and I think the progressive movement has to do a much better job in building those relationships I mean for all the talk about whether I want to go first if I were South Carolina probably want to stay exactly where I am amazing that being the most critical primary and as the margin of I didn't win there was I think a big indicator because it showed that he was gonna get huge margins in the southern states and that would be very hard for any candidate to overcome so I I just think that one lesson is we we have to do better the second thing is people were looking for a known quantity I think against trump and they didn't want to roll the dice and a but I didn't have that advantage a vice president for eight years under Barack Obama you mentioned earlier when I asked you about that poll sewing twenty eight percent of Democrats probably or definitely would prefer another nominee you said well that's kind of the historic hand wringing of the Democratic Party and there is a component of that that is certainly true I've noticed that and it's not only in the Democratic Party I saw hand wringing Republicans about George W. bush for a period of time before the two thousand election but this poll also brought into sharp relief another potential point of anxiety for Democrats and that is terror Reid's allegations against the vice president are you satisfied with the seriousness with which you believe he has taken those allegations the transparency with which she has tried to address them and the consistency of his message about how you take allegations seriously and then try to move on question of first I would say that that person should be here a terror read in her own words I did that I went to Katie Alfred I cast I listened to her and that the public should then make up their minds it's not for for me to say and I think that's a consistent position if you believe that all survivors should be heard and people should have the opportunity to tell their stories and and did so with respect then you have to have that apply consistently but I think that the vice president you know showed that he was willing to engage in just some Stafford and he's answering the questions he isn't saying I'm not gonna answer more questions about this they're working to try to get the documents that need to be released released and you know I I also think there does have to be some process by which people like the vice president get to and make their case and then it's up for that the public to make that determination you made a reference to the vice president former vice president trying to make an effort to get the documents and yet the way he set it in motion seems almost dead ended from the beginning he said well I'll ask the National Archives and immediately we went in the National Archives said we don't have any authority in this over the secretary the Senate isn't well we don't have any authority and it was a gesture toward transparency the didn't have much follow through are you satisfied with that well my musical just get it out there I think here's what happens I don't think senator Sanders with mind you she heard this that you have a long **** time there was this thing get get your taxes out get your taxes out and the Sanders wasn't doing and I think he was like oh do we make it our charitable contributions are not eccentric or silly just get out no one is gonna be a one day story he didn't do enough charitable contributions sure enough he got out of the one they start having not gotten it out then it would have been a something that would have worked the whole campaign and I think someone with a bus provided I mean who knows maybe there's some embarrassing thing in there about some conversation MM certainly have all my contact documents came out to my congressional office I'm sure there will be something embarrassing in there but to the extent they can make it focused I mean obviously they should really see everything aspirins and get stuff out my view is that it's always better even if you have a one day or two day negative story transparencies always better and that's your advice to the Biden campaign do this as fast as you can right now I I mean they beat our candidates I don't know if they're going to be taking place but that yeah I my view is that you're not a disinterested party in this no I'm not a disinterested party and I think that the the vice president of the park but the vice president that's most compelling ultimately is I think his decency of humanity right even when he has to close those debates and when you talk about beau Biden and he's talking about the sense of loss and resilience and overcoming that's when I found the most moving and so I think you want if you want that part but I didn't come through which is I think he is thanks attribute then you can either get this out there and let him show the parts of him that are that are empathetic and you think in the end that will be a strong if not stronger support of contrast with the president as this campaign whenever it gets traction does get traction I don't think it's a I do think that at the ultimately it's about his sense of decency the sense of American character American embassy I think the most they're the most moving part that I've actually ever seen go by and I think you was on Anderson Cooper or something he was talking about is someone who is elderly in in in in in a nursing home and their child that waving to them from the glass window in you can just tell when he was speaking at his own family story and loss was on his mind I think our country is going through a lot and we're gonna want someone who has empathy cannot grow understands that it can connect with that and to me that's the vice president's biggest act as voice ro Khanna democratic congressman seventeenth district California I'm major Garrett.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"If the Chargers facility just not any active players and so the idea of it J. what how this news yesterday drop it up all day turned into a big announcement certainly rings like taking advantage of somebody else's health issue and it is not ringing the way I think that he thought it would rain tonight as opposed to big news it is being turned around at him I say both Hey why would you why would you drop it off in such a way to make it bigger than it is and B. why would you drop it off at all this is somebody getting sick if you want to break that news just break it you don't need to turn it into a circus which is what he did so that's going to be some people are talking about here for for the next the next day or so what is today our nightly check of the national day calendar to second but first I want to pass this along this is interesting especially because we have talked a lot about whether or not it is okay to for instance golf I've had other people ask me why can't we go to the park and play tennis why can't we just go to the park why can't I play on the basketball hoop by myself a lot of parks to put bars over the rams tape around the courts to keep people out yeah my wife has had a really good way of explaining this from the beginning where she has said look if you have a destination you're doing it wrong we can endlessly go for a walk because we need to get fresh air but if you have a destination you shouldn't do that not because the destination is actually in violation but if you have that destination in mind that everybody should be allowed to have that destination you want to go to Stinson beach what if everybody goes to states to beach now we have a problem so as much as being a violation of the health suggests since it's also just to borrow a phrase from kindergarten on fair it's not fair it's not fair that you'll get to go to the beach in your neighbor doesn't get to go to the beach or you get your hopes up the park and nobody else does and if it's failing everybody gets to go now we have a crowd now we have a problem well back up if you are like me and you love to go play golf and your feeling for that right now because you've been holed up at your house top health officials throughout the bay area working on plans to relax shelter in place orders next month for seven million people stretching from napa to moderate so this covers all the parts are different counties first off you're looking at yes Oakland San Francisco San Jose Berkeley as well but the counties of Santa Cruz Monterey San Benito Santa Clara Alameda Contra Costa Marin so nama and napa right now the local shelter in place orders run through may third it is about time where everyone will reevaluate and the fault is now what the health officials and politicians in all of those counties are talking about again nothing is firm but if things continue on a good trend between now and then the talk is is that com may fourth the shelter in place continues but there will be certain guidelines that get adjusted and it will be a relaxing of the rules construction work landscaping gardening and golfing among other outdoor only activities would suddenly be moved back to the acceptable lest good luck getting a detox that's gonna be a challenge if you're only open up a few outdoor activities while everybody's gonna go do those outdoor activities if everybody doesn't now you've got a crowd and that's what you want to avoid so it'll be interesting to see what they do however I bring it up because it's positive because it means that the health officials are seeing that the curve is starting to move in a downward direction and that is awesome but everything we know as of today is still going to be in place for at least another almost three weeks so just to wrap your head around that all right what is today nightly check national day calendar it is a busy day however we can remove one of the items from this list we don't normally get to do it but this year we do it is.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Another person to blood borne pathogens like HIV if it passes it would make it a misdemeanor to intentionally exposed to sexual partner to HIV the strengthening storm is producing heavy snow over parts of the northeast today while a wintry mix is moving over the upper coast of New England meteorologist Chad Myers takes a lot more streamers today DC squalls they come in they will go but we will see some snow piling up there are some spots around Lake Ontario they could pick up thirty six inches of snow that's a lot of shoveling as a matter even if you have a snowblower that's a lot oil prices plunged deeper into a bear market today reflecting fears about the economic proper conscience of the rapidly spreading health crisis the outbreak now is the biggest shock to demand for oil since the two thousand eight financial crisis hi Mike I am Katie green from your KSFO morning show with a look at your local news headlines and your traffic if you want to talk about somebody who's lower than low police have finally arrested in Oakland woman who they say stole wallets and purses from elderly shoppers officers say twenty seven year old Katrina rash bargain shoppers in Menlo Park supermarkets but is also a suspect in similar thefts in Santa Clara Alameda and San Mateo counties she religiously use those stolen credit cards to buy gift cards high end designer clothing and electronics and a new navigation center for homeless youth is coming to San Francisco the board of supervisors approved the lease for a seventy five bed facility on post street the navigation center will become the first in the city well aged eighteen to twenty four delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what the couple one Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One USA NA Katie green here doing what I do best giving you the bad news as well yes traffic right now is a disaster out there north bound to radio Winchester Boulevard a traffic collision near the fender Bender but unfortunately one of these vehicles remains in the right lane so you are noticing traffic having debt reduced down to the remaining lanes.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

"Noro foster city's Gilyard sciences is accelerating its efforts to test a promising drugs to treat the coronavirus CNBC reports the company is planning to late stage clinical trials of its antiviral medication in about one thousand patients with the virus Dr Anthony Fauci with the National Institute of allergies and infectious diseases talked about at the White House the good news about that is that it's a trial this randomized to either placebo or standard of care and drugs in standard of care which means that we will know reasonably soon whether it works and if it does we will then have an effective therapy to distribute yeah says its efforts build on ongoing tests of the drug in China and the U. S. Santa Clara county officials say the death of a student on the Stanford University campus was caused by fentanyl toxicity the death of nineteen year all the time Viner was ruled an accident although detectives are still investigating and finally police have arrested an Oakland woman who they say stole wallets and purses from elderly shoppers officers say twenty seven year old kid Trea thrash targeted shoppers at Menlo Park supermarkets but is a suspect in similar thefts in Santa Clara Alameda and San Mateo counties and heather will check the roads next on KGO but first I get to say a word about the C. C. Parker radio and looking at me through the glass here is Karen reed and she has a limb limb to they both have a CC pocket radio this is one of the most popular pocket radios on the market today it has unbelievable A. am FM reception wait wait wait I have one in my pocket I was traveling okay it has unbelievable AM FM reception.

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"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"santa clara alameda" Discussed on KGO 810

"To arrive the plan now is to cut power to portions of Santa Cruz Santa Clara Alameda Contra Costa and San Mateo counties at eight o'clock this evening the genie says as many as two million people could be without electricity through at least tomorrow in San Jose deputy city manager Kim are make that kept Harkness thinks the biggest problem is going to be the traffic light reminder is it you won't see a blinking red you will see nothing so that means it's a four way stop and that's where I think compassion is also going to be needed assistance to feature commute back home very compassionately the genie says it might take days to restore the power because power lines and equipment have to be checked before being a re energized utility says is evaluating the weather and might start a third round about it just somewhere south of the bay area the utility admits that his website has been overwhelm spokeswoman Christy Jordan telling cagey as mark Thompson on Monday in preparation for this increase traffic me double the database capacity on our site but even with that with being seven or eight times the normal traffic on the site we're also seeing a significantly increased number of calls to our call center Jordan says they're dealing with the situation by increasing the capacity of their servers meantime she recommends customers follow the company on so all media through their Twitter handle at two P. G. E. for me new apple products could appear a bit earlier than expected Messier listen up apple geeks a TF securities analyst says the Cupertino based company will unveil several new products in the spring of twenty twenty including the long awaited augmented reality glasses apples working with a third party company to manufacture the glasses in the hope is they will be apple cool not to bulky or goofy looking like previous attempts for Microsoft and Google other apple products expected to debut early in twenty twenty a new iPad pro any lower cost iPhone S. E. to which should retail for about four hundred.