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03:05 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Dave Freeman. And the time is 5 30 Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White. Today is the last day to vote in the election on whether to recall Governor Newsom from office. While many Californians will vote in the coming hours, A large number of state residents have already cast their ballots by mail in voting or by voting early in person. The polls close at eight PM Shortly afterward, election officials expect to report a large number of returns, especially in counties where many voters have already cast their ballots. Solano County Supervisors today will decide whether to reinstate an indoor mask mandate. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports the resolutions. Author supervisor Aaron Hannigan is digging through her email to find recent stats on Covid and Solano County. Which is seeing a significant number of covid hospitalizations. But her inbox is full. Yeah, I'm loaded up with opposition to the mask. Whether few rays of sunshine Solano was the only Bay Area County not to reinstate an indoor mask mandate as Delta infections surged. Folks want to cry my body my choice. When this is actually a virus that you can share with others who may not survive. But Hannigan says the county is full of contrasts. Benita and Vallejo created their own city wide mandates last month. The board is also considering mandatory vaccines for county employees and contractors. I'm Sarah Jose Knee Kick you eat in a zoo, a new Stanford study suggests a severe case of Covid 19 could trigger an auto immune disease down the road, KQED Health reporter left, McClurg explains. If someone lands in the hospital after catching Covid 19, the virus may wreak havoc on their body long after they go home. Stanford scientists took blood samples and a few 100 patients who battled a severe case of Covid. They saw an increase in self attacking antibodies in 60% of patients. This can be an early indicator of an autoimmune disease, and our concern is that these patients may later on go on to develop. The full blown disease. Dr P. J is the lead author. He says the data is preliminary. But it adds to a growing body of evidence. Autoimmune diseases are not diseases that you want. You don't want to have to take steroids and chemotherapy in some cases and be disabled. Many people end up being disabled for life during the course of his research. It's also looked at whether the vaccine was triggering an autoimmune response. He did not find any indication of that. He says the vaccine is safe and the best protection against Covid. I'm growing more and more concerned over time. Not just about the auto immune diseases that we could see down the road, but patients who are having long term damage to multiple organs, their lungs, their heart, their kidneys and symptoms from long covid like joint pain and rain fog. But says the more we learn about the virus. The more we learn about the dangers of the long term consequences..

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"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"2000 employees in the state ride hailing companies uber and lift, both based in San Francisco, have said they will pay legal fees for any drivers who are sued for taking a woman to an abortion clinic. Texas based dating APP Bumble said it will create a relief fund for people affected by the law. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED news and there's more at kqed dot org. I'm Brian. What Support comes from Bridge Bank Division of Western Alliance Bank offering flexible financial solutions to entrepreneurs and the venture capital community support for NPR comes from to a 11 helps others futures their own could take a back seat to is dedicated to helping people pursue the retirement. They deserve. More at T i a dot org slash never run out and buy the listeners and members of KQED Joe has traffic at 806. Where we going, Joe, we're going to Lafayette and Highway 24 westbound. There's been a crash for about a half an hour now between Pleasantville Road and First Street, and it's still in the left lane. The backup is now on to 26 80, southbound through Walnut Creek and all the way back back to Concord to Slowdowns of merge together the usual one coming south from Concord. The Bay Bridge westbound before the island. Still reports of the crash there, possibly in the far right lane, adding to the back up all the way after the maze and in San Jose New problem. 85 northbound Almond Expressway crash might be in the left lane, Joe McConnell for KQED traffic support comes from European Sleep Works. KQED news Ahead at 8 22 the final days of the recall election. Voters are deciding if they want Governor Gavin Newsom to stay in office. We.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is NPR news. Live from KQED news. I'm Natalia Navarro. Good morning. Gavin Newsom's campaign to stop a Republican effort to recall him is entering the final stretch this weekend. The governor stopped in Oakland yesterday ahead of Tuesday's election. KQED s Sarah Hussaini reports. When I say recall, you say no. We call in a heart community center courtyard and west Oakland. Dozens of unionized, long term caregivers gathered to hear the guy they came for. Governor Gavin Newsom before they set off to knock on doors on his behalf. Most members present where people of color and they didn't mince words when it came to what they consider the stakes of the recall election for themselves and their communities. They are coming after I was democracy, That's S E I u 2015 president, April verite. She says that having the recall election on an off season year feels like a voter suppression tactic. The same nasty racism we got to say no, we gotta put a stop to it. This is our democracy. Newsome framed the battle to keep his seat as an extension of the fight against Donald Trump's ideas. And attacks on progressive policies nationwide. President Joe Biden is expected to join Newsom on his final push in Southern California on Monday. I'm Sarah Ho, zany Kick you with the news For more on the recall. You can check out our guide online at kqed dot org. Air quality is improving across the Bay Area this weekend despite fires continuing to burn in northern California. According to a red district officials. Air quality should be moderate in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties and in Oakland and Richmond. The air quality is expected to be good in eastern Alameda, San Matteo Solano, much of Contra Costa County and.

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Scott Tetro. Good morning, President Biden is wrapping up the first leg of his first international trip as president. He's meeting the queen Right now we'll look at how a meeting with allies went and looked forward to a high stakes summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin later this week. Plus we'll have the latest out of Israel, where lawmakers are voting to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. And international Soccer is struggling to stand out homophobic chants. New policies are in place, but one former star says they are nowhere near enough All of that, plus the puzzle play along. Live from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. President. Biden is due for tea with Britain's Queen Elizabeth this hour at Windsor Castle. Just after wrapping up the Group of Seven summit in Cornwall. Biden says the summit was extraordinary and productive. G seven leaders released the formal text or communique of what they agreed to several of the commitments are related to countering China after earlier divergence within the group on how hard to push It includes support for coordinating and responding to China's what they call non market economic practices a call out against China's human rights abuses, including in Xiangyang in Hong Kong. And recognition of ransomware as a quote, urgent and escalating threat with a particular reference to Russia. In his closing summit remarks, Biden responded to comments by Russian President Vladimir Putin. That Moscow would hand over cyber criminals to the U. S. If Washington did the same for Moscow by saying if crimes are committed against Russia from the U. S. Biden is open to holding them accountable, he added. He agrees with Putin that relations between the two countries are quote at a low point. Biden meets face to face with Putin Wednesday in Geneva following a NATO summit that gets underway tomorrow. Israel is set to swear in a new government today, ending Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 years in office. Today's transition follows a political crisis that triggered four elections in two years. Under the new coalition that includes far right centrist and Arab parties. The head of the small ultra nationalist party, Naftali Bennett, will assume the prime minister ship for the next two years. Netanyahu says he has no plans to give up leadership of the conservative Likud Party and plans to lead it back to power. Police in Austin, Texas, have arrested one suspect in connection with a mass shooting in the city's entertainment district. Early yesterday. They're still searching for a second suspect. 14 people were shot. Two critically wounded. Talks on reviving the 2015 International nuclear deal to curb Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions are underway in Vienna this weekend. They're in direct Tehran is refusing to sit down face to face with the U. S negotiators. Tehran says that President Trump pulled out of the U. S D pulled the US out of the 2015 deal and reimpose sanctions. This is NPR Live from KQED news. I'm Natalia Navarro. Good morning. East Oakland City Council members and volunteers hit the streets Saturday to tell eligible constituents about the city's new guaranteed income Pilot project. The Oakland resilient Families program will give 300 local lower income families at least $500 each month for a year and a half. KQED is Sarah Hussaini. REPORTS Mass. This is the heavens Port Area Council members Lauren Taylor.

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04:54 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here will follow one meal from farm to table to explain what's going on. People don't understand how unstable and insecure the supply chain is, plus the story of one man in Nigerian how he has become his community's hostage negotiator. And heading back into the building after a year working from home. What I'm looking forward to is the serendipity that comes back in the office. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. West Virginia's Democratic Senator Joe Manchin confirms he will Former President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail last night, Speaking to delegates at the North Carolina Republican Party's annual convention in Greenville, Blue Ridge, Public Radio's Corey Villain court was there. It's been a while since the world heard from former President Donald Trump. But at a speech in North Carolina on June 5th. He sounded a lot like President Donald Trump. We know the radical left will stop at nothing in their efforts to destroy The America we love but with the help of righteous American patriots, like all of you in this room, they will fail. Our movement is far from over. In fact, it is just getting started. But some of the biggest news of the night wasn't about Trump himself. North Carolina native and Fox News personality Laura Trump said she wouldn't seek the U. S Senate seat held by the retiring Richard Burr. And Donald Trump said he endorsed Congressman Ted but in the race for NPR news, I'm Corey Valen court in Greenville. Bipartisan group of US senators paid a brief visit to Taiwan today to pledge hundreds of thousands of covid 19 vaccines to the island. NPR's Amy held reports the U. S will give Taiwan 750,000 vaccine doses as part of President Biden's plan to share millions of doses globally. The three senators spent just three hours at the airport in Taipei amid Taiwan's worst covid outbreak. Democratic senators Chris Coons of Delaware and Tammy Duckworth's of Illinois joined Republican Dan Sullivan of Alaska. American support for Taiwan's prosperity, Democracy and security remains rock solid Taiwan, a self governed democracy that is claimed by China. Says Beijing has been blocking vaccine access only around 3% of Taiwan's 24 million people have gotten a vaccine so far. Amy held NPR news. Groups that advocate for an end to global poverty or criticizing yesterday's landmark deal struck by the G seven finance ministers to make multinational companies pay more tax overseas. Vicki Barker has details. Critics argued that the agreed 15% global minimum corporate tax rate, which is lower than the 21% Joe Biden proposed is far too low to make a difference. Some note The wording of the agreement leaves open potential loopholes, Many companies will be able to explain Lloyd and will favor the wealthy countries where most of these companies are headquartered. And they say the agreement would fail to shut down tax havens. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Julie Chang. This weekend marks 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported by the CDC. Crowds gathered at the National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park yesterday to pay tribute with memories, music and a display of the AIDS memorial quilt KQ, Bt's Sarah Hussaini reports Jack Castor Roger Lion, Susie, Iraqi, Rocio. Monica Apodaca, Jim Rivaldo on the Memorial Grove Lawn, State and local officials, advocates, friends and family took turns reciting the names of those they have lost. San Francisco AIDS Foundation co founder and AIDS Memorial Quilt visionary Cleve Jones recalled the time four years ago when the CDC first described an illness that later became known as AIDS. Jones remembers being briefed soon after by a U. C s F Dr treating such patients and he told me he thought it was sexually transmitted a previously unidentified virus. It somehow crippled the immune system, and I listened to him and I thought, well, then we're all dead. While Jones is himself a long term HIV survivor, many people he knew did die worldwide. Um, AIDS estimates more than 34 million fatalities since the start of the epidemic..

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03:32 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For listening and supporting us during the first day of our fundraising drive. I'm Dave Freeman. You're listening to K Q E D Today, 30. Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying the U. S vaccination drive is now putting more focus on inoculating young people. This week, the FDA meets to decide whether to grant Fizer emergency use authorization for 12 to 15 year olds. Advisers also seeking full approval. NPR's Allison Aubrey explains what that means. Full approval would give the vaccine makers three ability to market the vaccine directly to consumers, but also full approval could pave the way for more mandatory requirements. For instance, many hospitals health care institutions, they require their employees to get the flu shot. Every year. We could see that for covert vaccines, perhaps in the military or more schools may require it. NPR's Allison Aubrey reporting more covert safety limits are being lifted in Europe. NPR's frank Langfitt reports. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce the return to indoor dining and Fewer restrictions on gatherings in a week. The government will allow people in England to meet in groups of up to 30 outdoors, while six people or two households could meet indoors. Pubs, restaurants and movie theaters have set to reopen indoors. The government insists easing restrictions are unlikely to spark a resurgence in infections. More than half the UK population has received first vaccine dose infection rates are at their lowest level since September. 2020. Frank Langfitt reporting the Dow is up nearly 300 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR knees live from KQED News. I'm Brian what the Alameda City Council voted over the weekend to develop a pilot program that will provide alternatives to policing for mental health calls. By the end of June. This decision follows the death of Mario Gonzales 26 year old Oakland father who died after Alameda police officers held him face down on the ground for roughly five minutes. The city also committed to scrutinizing use of force incidents and body camera footage more and we'll explore creating a civilian police oversight board. In Berkeley, a group of parents is threatening legal action against the local school district, demanding that it immediately opened in person instruction toe all grades by next week. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports in the demand letter. More than 40 public school families with Berkeley parents for full reopening say that the Berkeley Unified School District must expand in person learning to middle and high school Children. Unless they continued to suffer when it comes to learning loss and mental health as a result of more than a year of distance learning. In addition, they want the school board to approve a full time in person plan for the next academic year by the end of the month. The group said it has hired a law firm and have asked the district to respond by Tuesday Be USD did not respond to a request for comment. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED knows Cruise Ray knows of the first Latino state Supreme Court justice in California history has died. Reno's Oh played a prominent role in the movement to uplift the state's poorest workers and led efforts to ban the use of the carcinogenic pesticide DDT. He was 90 years old. This is KQED news. Support for NPR this morning comes from duck to go. Privacy company committed to making privacy online simple used by tens.

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

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"For information on auto insurance to Geico dot com and fieldwork brewing, proud to partner with points for pause, benefiting Berkeley Humane on June 5th listeners can order their box of beer for this virtual beer tasting event. Berkeley Humane daughter work. You're on KQED Public radio now at 6 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Industry analysts say gasoline prices in the U. S should remain stable if Colonial pipeline is able to resume normal operations within a few days. The company's pipeline extending from Texas to New England remains down this morning because of a ransomware attack. That pipeline delivers about 45% of the gasoline used on the east coast of the U. S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says the White House is doing what it can. If it's an all hands on deck effort right now, and we're working closely with the company, state and local officials to make sure that they get back up to normal operations as quickly as possible. Reportedly hackers with the group dark side our prime suspects. The Taliban say they will implement a three day cease fire in Afghanistan this week because of a Muslim holiday. Here's NPR's DEA Hadeed. The Taliban said the cease fire was for Afghans to celebrate, raided, filtered The Muslim holiday that follows the holy month of Ramadan. The ceasefire is expected to begin Wednesday or Thursday. The announcement came after days of the Taliban, ratcheting up their attacks on pro government forces. And hours after the ceasefire was announced, a roadside bomb detonated in southern Afghanistan, killing more than 10 people. Such bombs a typically left by Taliban insurgents. The Taliban deny bombing a girl's school in Kabul. This is NPR news. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what the Alameda City Council voted over the weekend to develop a pilot program that will provide alternatives to policing for mental health calls by the end of June. This decision follows the death of Mario Gonzalez 26 year old Oakland father who died after Alameda police officers held him face down on the ground for roughly five minutes. City also committed to scrutinizing use of force incidents and body camera footage more and we'll explore creating a civilian police oversight board. Group of Berkeley parents is threatening legal action against the local school district, demanding that it immediately opened in person instruction toe all grades by next week. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports. In the demand letter more than 40 public school families with Berkeley parents for full reopening say that the Berkeley Unified School District must expand in person learning to middle and high school Children. When they say continued to suffer when it comes to learning loss and mental health as a result of more than a year of distance learning. In addition, they want the school board to approve a full time in person plan for the next academic year by the end of the month, the group said it has hired a law firm and have asked the district to respond by Tuesday. USD did not respond to a request for comment. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED knows Cruise Ray knows Oh, the first Latino state Supreme Court justice in California, has died. Reno's Oh played a prominent role in the movement to uplift the state's poorest workers and led efforts to ban the use of the carcinogenic pesticide DDT. He was 90 years old. This is KQED news. Support comes from the UC Santa Cruz Crawl lecture Syriza's precision genomics, bringing research into the clinic for Children with cancer with Stanford's Dr Sherri Sponte, UCSF's Dr Elena Baska and more National Weather Service says A red flag warning is in effect through six p.m. Tuesday. According to the weather Service, the North Bay East Bay Hills are affected through the East Bay interior valleys. Otherwise expect continued sunny and warm Weather through Tuesday. There's a cooling trend that begins this coming Wednesday, and it's going to last through the end of the week. And into next weekend. No word of any rain the next several days through the week. It looks like sunny Bay Area today Low sixties to the low nineties far inland. Support for NPR comes from warm plea committed to helping self employed workers.

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. The time is 6 22 he It's morning edition on KQED. I'm Brian what the city of Berkeley's reimagining Public Safety Task force plans to meet tonight It's looking into alternatives to policing. It's the group's first meeting since a Minneapolis jury convicted former police officer Derrick Show Vin of murdering George Floyd, the only student representative on the task force is coming to the meeting with deepened conviction. Her story from KQED is Julia McEvoy. Now you poke is 17. She's a junior at Berkeley High, she's treasurer of the Black Student union. Now she's on this task force in this city. There's a lot of racism. That's when the police and the community and a lot of fellow students agree with my opinion. So I was like, you know, why not speak up for them? Last Tuesday during school in the hallway Now you got a text alert show Vin was guilty. The guy he seemed surprised by that they actually convicted him. Normally, they just let like the white males go off Priest quickly. Third period was English zooming, of course. The teacher asked. Does anybody want to talk about this? And a lot of students book You've been saying that ever happy to something finally happening, And so is I. Honestly knowing the trial's gonna happen? We get the highlights from the trial. Even talk about all semester. Spencer Pritchard teaches at Berkeley High, he advises the school's black student union. Pritchard says the relentless police shootings this year have been a focus as he works with students. Homeless feel like students are handy sensitized is just so frequent that spectacle I want you to say gang. Another one. Pritchard wants his students to have a sense of agency. He's the one who suggested Nyeo joined Berkeley's reimagining Public Safety Task force. Pritchard's class is called black Economics, and they tracked the show Vin Trial as a way to get students looking at policing in the context of federalism are just starting to really ask me once questions of how do we respond to this? Beyond policing. What would it alternative be? How can you imagine a world without police Because the best resource communities barely interact. The police got off so far, Nyeo and the adults on the task force are still reviewing data on police behavior, looking at an analysis of 9 11 calls and the police budget. All this action birthed from the social justice movement generated by George Floyd's death. The protests and the constant debates are kind of paying on it. And yet police shootings continue. Nao says That means she's got to use the wind and the shoving murder trial to motivate more of her fellow students to get into politics. I'm Julia McEvoy KQED news. Has more students go back to classrooms in schools. Surveys of black and brown parents in Bay Area school District's like Oakland, have shown greater reluctance to return to in person instruction than white parents. His KQED Sarah Hussaini reports. Many of those same parents of color say what they need to feel safe. Is actually more information. Ryan Austin is waiting in line.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the magnitude and longevity. Some of these areas are seeing highs either like below freezing or below 24 longer stress of time that they've seen in their recorded history. So that's mainly the southern areas so we're looking at, say from Oklahoma in the Texas The same system will hit New York into New England starting tomorrow. Then another system is on its heels due to hit the same parts of the country. The spread of Corona virus infections in the U. S. Continues to slow 82,000 new cases were confirmed yesterday. That's down about two thirds from the peak in January. This is NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm Queen a Kim. Santa's A is looking for a new police chief, and yesterday seven of the finalists answered questions from the community. At an online forum perspective, chiefs were asked about racial equity and accountability. David Sykes is the city manager of San Jose and is in charge of the selection process. This is the first time that we as a city have developed a process like this a transparent process whereby You're the community Get to see the finalists last month san is a pause its recruitment process for the next police chief by two weeks to bring in more external candidates. The seven finalists now include the police chief of Anchorage, Alaska and retired assistant chief of the force in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. East Bay State Senator Nancy Skinner wants to make it easier for cities and counties in California toe license cannabis businesses in their area. KQED Sarah hosts any reports a new bill would allow them to opt into a state licensing program. In 2016 voters approved prop 64, which legalized recreational pot use statewide and aimed to replace the underground market. But Skinner says more than two thirds of California's cities and counties don't have illegal industry in part because they need to regulate it. And creating their own regulatory process is too burdensome, were not only missing out on revenue. It's just unfair to those that are playing by the rules. They're being disadvantaged by the fact that there's such a huge continued illicit market and industry back audit in 2019 estimated that sales in the states black market more than double those of legal cannabis. I'm Sarah Hussaini. KQED news for more state and local news. Go to kqed dot or egg. I'm queen of Kim, and this is KQED News. Support comes from personal capital, helping people take control of their finances from.

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Early this week. Then there's dangerous record setting cold in the central US mark sonorities with the National Weather Service. This Arctic Air Mass is pretty impressive because of the magnitude and longevity and it continues to linger, ushering in a new system. By midweek, Amy held NPR News, a senior member of the World Health Organization team investigating the origins of the Corona virus pandemic is responding to US concerns. White House alleges that Beijing withheld some information about the outbreak. Here's the BBC's image invokes today, Professor John Watson sought to allay doubts telling the BBC. The China trip was the first step in a long process. For now, he said There were a number of hypotheses about the origins of the virus, the most likely that it moved from one animal to an intermediate animal host and from there to humans, But the theory that it originated in a laboratory or escaped from one has not been ruled out. Neither has the possibility that frozen meat Could have played a role in transmitting the virus to humans. China responded today, saying the U. S. Is now pointing fingers at other countries that have been supporting the WHL. This is NPR news. Live from KQED News. I'm Queenie Kim San Jose is looking for a new police chief, and yesterday seven of the finalists answered questions from the community at an online forum. Perspective. Chiefs rest about racial equity and accountability. David Sykes is the city manager of San Jose and is in charge of the selection process. This is the first time that we as a city Have developed a process like this transparent process whereby You're the community Get to see the finalists. Last month, San Jose paused its recruitment process for the next police chief by two weeks to bring in more external candidates. The seven finalists now includes the chief of police of Anchorage, Alaska. And retired assistant chief of the force in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. East Bay State Senator Nancy Skinner wants to make it easier for cities and counties in California toe license cannabis businesses in their area. KQED Sarah host any reports a new bill would allow them to opt into a state licensing program. In 2016 voters approved prop 64, which legalized recreational pot use statewide and aimed to replace the underground market. But Skinner says more than two thirds of California's cities and counties don't have illegal industry in part because they need to regulate it. And creating their own regulatory process is too burdensome, were not only missing out on revenue. It's just unfair to those that are playing by the rules. They're being disadvantaged by the fact that there's such a huge continued illicit market and industry back audit in 2019 estimated that sales in the states black market more than double those of legal cannabis. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED news. For more state and local news. Go to KQED dot or I'm Queen A Kim and this is KQED news. Support comes from personal capital, hoping.

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02:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Are paying enough attention to the assaults at a time when hate crimes towards Asians are rising. Is there enough resource is for the community from the city. Those OPD have culturally confident officers do people even know that they can call 911. If they call my own one. Will there be somebody who could understand what they're saying? Oakland Police say they've identified a person of interest in the case involving the senior who was slammed to the ground. Police say he's been in custody on an unrelated criminal case. Carl Chan is with the Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce. He's hurt more than 20 businesses were robbed in the past month, and those are just the reported incidents for some businesses. They're so worried. If I'm going to let people know about the incidents happened in the old store, they may be afraid that the customers will not be going to the store. Chan says Business has dropped from a pandemic low he thinks because customers are afraid to shop in Chinatown. I'm Julie Chang. KQED NEWS, this story of a door dash delivery driver whose car was stolen in San Francisco over the weekend with his two toddler. Still inside has renewed criticism of gig economy working conditions. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports. Jeffrey Fang is an immigrant father and has been a full time gig driver for almost seven years. During the pandemic. He's been scraping by working for door dash. His family can't afford childcare so he'd sometimes do deliveries with them in the back. A lot of you are struggling. I have seen other people with kids doing delivery. I'm not the only what it's not like. I'm purposely trying for my kids in harm's way. That's what happened Saturday night. Thanks, says he'd been gone for less than a minute when his fan was taken with the kids inside. Although the Children were later found in the car, safe things safety net and those of his fellow workers are now in the spotlight. University of California at Hastings Gig Economy expert Veena Do Ball notes that door dash fought to pass prop 22 exempting workers from minimum wage, health insurance workers, comp and reimbursement guarantees. A driver for ups would never have to put his Children in the car with him in order to make enough money to pay rent and pay for food. Doordash insists that does offer employee protections and has promised to financially compensate Mr Fang for the incident. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED news and I'm Brian. What in Oakland? There's more at KQED dot torque Support today comes from Bridge Bank, a division of Western Alliance bank, offering flexible financial solutions.

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"This is additional evidence that the variant from South Africa may render current vaccines less effective. Maria Godoy. NPR news researchers estimate that globally 2.3 million people have died from the Corona virus pandemic. This is NPR. Former Secretary of State George Shultz, has died at his home on Stanford University's campus at the age of 100. He was professor emeritus at the Stanford Graduate School of Business at a fellow at the Hoover Institute. Sarah Hussaini from member station KQED reports. The lifelong Republican served three presidents. Schultz played a pivotal role in bringing down the Iron Curtain during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. As well as the push to end segregation and Southern school systems. Former New York Times editor and Schultz biographer Philip Taubman, Heart of the story of George Schultz is a story of resolved and resilience and, frankly, stubbornness. Later in life, Schulz served on the board of disgraced Silicon Valley blood testing start up their nose. Leaders of both parties expressed sadness over Schultz is passing, including Senator Dianne Feinstein, who said in a statement that he was a brilliant man, a patriot and a wonderful friend. For NPR News. I'm Sarah Hussaini, The Champ of Bay Buccaneers pulled far ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs well into tonight's Super Bowl game, led by the winningest quarterback in NFL history. Tom Brady. Tampa Bay was headed for certain victory well into the second half with the score currently 31 to 9 the Buccaneers. This was the first socially distant Super Bowl with 25,000 fans seated in the Tampa Stadium, 7500 of them health care workers. In a pre game interview, the president said it was his hope and expectation that next year's game would be played in a packed stadium. I'm Louise Schiavone. NPR needs Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Lemelson Foundation, committed to improving lives through invention in the U. S, and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation of inventors. More information is available at Lemelson dot or g'kar. The threat of domestic terrorism isn't anything new. It's something that the country in the bureau has been dealing with, for literally its existence. But the insurrection of the capital has the FBI focused on the recent rise of violent extremism in the U. S. The last 4.5 years have been incredibly problematic in terms of how big this problem has gotten. How is the bureau responding on the next morning edition from NPR News? Weekday mornings on 89.3 kpcc..

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05:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Navarro. Good morning many wanted, but there just isn't enough right now. Look at the scramble for the elderly to get vaccines plus the story of an expert on insurrection who found out that her mother was in one on January 6th. Also 225,000 new Georgia voters and how they flip the state and Salma Hayek on her new movie, and her next one, donning a superhero suit all power to middle age women. I am a 54 year old woman who's Mexican and Arab. I mean, I never got this opportunity when I was young. It's Super Bowl Sunday, January 7th headlines next Mm hmm. Life from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. Former President Trump's legal team has a deadline of tomorrow to file some important paperwork before his second impeachment trial gets underway in the Senate Tuesday. NPR's Giles Snyder reports the former president's attorneys air facing a deadline to file their pretrial briefs. They're written response to the charge against him that Trump incited insurrection when he spoke to thousands of supporters before the January 6 chaos at the Capitol. The attack led to five deaths, including that of the Capitol police officer. Nine. House impeachment managers laid out their own argument in a pretrial brief filed last week, saying Trump aimed the protesters like a loaded cannon at the U. S. Capitol. They asked Trump to testify, but he declined with his legal team, calling the request a publicity stunt. Presentations began Tuesday, 17 Republicans would have to join all 50 Democratic votes to reach the two thirds needed to convict him. CHILD Snyder NPR news President Biden is dampening expectations for a hike in the federal minimum wage. He says it's unlikely to survive as part of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus for leaf package because of Senate rules. But House Budget Committee chairman Bernie Sanders tells CNN he's not giving up. I can tell you as chairman of the Budget Committee, we have Ah, a room full of lawyers. Working as hard as we can to make the case for the parliamentarian that, in fact, raising the minimum wage will have significant budget implications. And in fact should be consistent with reconciliation rules. Sanders says. Polls show the majority of Americans support a $15 an hour minimum wage because, he says it's not possible to survive on less. More than 462,000. People in the U. S. Have now died from covert 19 related illness. That's according to Johns Hopkins University. And it's not the only death toll that sharply rising during the pandemic. Corinne Boyer of member Station W. E K U reports so have drug overdose deaths. More than 81,000 people died from drug overdoses from June 2019 through June, 2020 reported. Overdose deaths in Kentucky rose by 27% and increased in West Virginia by 31%. Genova Bell is the acting director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, She says some temporary rule changes, including allowing doctors to treat patients online and over the phone have been game changers, and it's really helped to retain people in treatment. During this very uncertain time about, says the Office of National Drug Control Policy will look at the temporary changes to see which ones might be made permanent. For NPR News. I'm Corin Boyer and Lexington. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Queen A Kim. It was the first weekend of mass covert 19 vaccinations at the Golden Gate Fields race track in Berkeley. KQED. Sarah Hussaini was at the scene yesterday. Sprawling parking lot is dotted with orderly orange cones. Eligible seniors over 75 years old wine, their cars toward blue tents where they rolled in their windows and stick out their arms. Have you had any vaccinations? The last 14 days? Yes. Just relax your arm. Okay. Piano and saxophone Teacher Eva Paterson is eager amend of us, but very happy. That is gonna happen about 850 Alameda County seniors made appointments to get their first dose of the Fizer vaccine here Saturday. Likely Fire Department captain calling. Arnold says he's been working to increase operational capacity since the site soft launch on Thursday. We would like for the site to be able to operate at such a high number that the limiting factor is always the amount of vaccine that they can allocate to us. Another mass vaccination site is expected to open at the Oakland Coliseum mid month. I'm Sarah. Who's Amy KQED news. Now Turning to Oakland, Asian American celebrities put a spotlight on the recent attacks on elderly Asian Americans in the Chinatown there and in other parts of the Bay Area. Spain native and actor Daniel Wu, along with others held a virtual protest on a social networking app yesterday. These attacks, although a lot of them are directed towards Chinese Filipinos being attacked Koreans are being attacked Japanese air being attacked. Everybody's being attacked because of being seen as what so therefore we have to act as one Oakland's Chinatown Chamber of Commerce says they've heard of at least 20 robberies in the past few weeks. Police investigators said last night. They have identified a person of interest in the three brutal tax on senior citizens that occurred in China town in Oakland last week..

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, sat down this evening their first meeting since the violent insurrection last week as NPR's Tamara Keith reports the White House is signaling Trump intends to stay in office until January, 20th A senior administration official, who declined to speak on the record said the two men met in the Oval Office and quote pledged to continue the work on behalf of the country for the remainder of their term. Hence husband silent as congressional Democrats call on him to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office after inciting a mob to storm the capital. Hence, was presiding over the electoral college vote tally at the time and had to take shelter while Trump criticized him via tweet. This statement following their meeting is the nearest indication yet that Pence doesn't intend to force Trump out and Trump doesn't intend to resign. The House is expected to vote later this week to impeach Trump for a second time. Tamra Keith NPR NEWS The FBI is warning of potential armed protests ahead of next week's inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The threats of additional violence and cities across the nation come nearly a week after supporters of the president violently breached the Capitol building. The FBI is warning of potential violence at all 50 State Capitol building starting as early as this weekend. The agency also warns that an armed group has threatened to travel to Washington, D. C on inauguration day if Congress removes President Trump from office. In the meantime, the Secret Service will begin security operations on Wednesday, nearly a week earlier than originally planned. NPR's Windsor Johnston To England. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is apparently saying thanks, But no thanks to a presidential medal of freedom from outgoing President Donald Trump stayed with six times Super Bowl winning coach did not mention trump or say, explicitly had turned down the offer. Instead, Belichick saying remaining true that people team and country I love outweigh the benefits of any individual award. Trump administration is putting Cuba back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism. NPR's Michele Kelemen is more as he prepares to leave office. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo explains that Cuba is being blacklisted for harboring US fugitives and Colombian rebel leaders. The secretary also singles out Cuba's dealings with Venezuela's intelligence services. For these reasons, Pompeo says he's putting Cuba back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism list it got off during the Obama administration. Senator Patrick Leahy, who supported Obama's opening to Cuba, criticized Pompeo for the move, saying the secretary did nothing to resolve problems with Cuba and is just making it harder for the incoming Biden team. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks lost ground today the Dow was down 89 points. The NASDAQ closed down 165 points. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Kate Wolf. Calls for a top Santa Clara County GOP official to resign are increasing after he posted support for pro Trump mob during last week's attack on the U. S. Capitol KQED Sarah Hussaini. Reports Phil Reynolds and elected member of the county Republican Central Committee reportedly penned the social media posts on Wednesday. Writing. The war has begun. Citizens take arms and we must defend our constitution to the death. Now, Several state and local officials are calling on Reynolds to resign, including Santa Clara County Supervisor Auto Lee, who said that encouraging violence or the use of weapons to physically harm others is not protected Speech. Reynolds did not respond to a request for comment. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED NEWS. The California men's Colony. A state prison in San Luis Obispo, is currently suffering from one of the largest covert 19 outbreaks in the California prison system to date. Securities. Alex Hall has more state data show over 1120 people incarcerated at the California men's colony have tested positive for covert 19 in the past two weeks. That's about a third of the prison's population. A spokesperson for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said the agency is responding to the surgeon cases bite, increasing the frequency of testing. Conducting contact tracing and using isolation and quarantine measures to slow the spread. The prison is also testing staff at the facility twice a week.

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05:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Lie from NPR news on Korver Coleman. The House this hour is expected to introduce a resolution calling on vice president Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. It's an effort to remove President Trump from office. If that fails, Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll still give pens 24 hours to act If Pence, refuses to invoke the amendment, NPR's Kelsey Snell reports. The House has also prepared an article of impeachment against Trump. Curly is just one article referring to incitement, insurrection. It's based on Trump's address the crowd before the riots and his attempts to overturn the election more than 200 Democrats have signed on, which is a really remarkable number, and it shows a lot of unity among Democrats on this, and I'm told they expect someone Republicans will support it as well. NPR's Kelsey Snow reporting Federal agents have arrested nearly 90 people in connection with the mob attack on the Capitol last Wednesday. Many are being identifying through social media and from photographs taken during the riot. NPR's Dave missed it reports that includes two suspects who were seen carrying zip tie restraints. The Department of Justice is Larry Brock of Texas and Eric Montreuil of Tennessee, were both arrested Sunday. Federal authorities identified Brock is wearing a green helmet, a green tactical vest black and kemo jacket and beige pants holding a white flex cuff, which is used by law enforcement to restrain and or detained subjects. Punctual allegedly also carried plastic restraints and had a cell phone mounted on his chest. With the camera facing outward, ostensibly to record events that day each were charged with one count of entering a restricted building and one count of disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Dave Mystic NPR NEWS president elect Joe Biden is tapping career diplomat William Burns. To be his nominee for CIA director. Burns is a former envoy to Russia and Jordan, and he served as a deputy secretary of state in the Obama administration. Starting today. Chicago public schools will hold some in person classes for the first time since last March from member station WBZ Sarah Karp reports, Many school staffers are refusing to go to class, citing fear of the Corona virus pandemic. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says some students aren't participating in remote learning, and if they don't get into a classroom soon, they risk being lost, She says. The school district is doing everything it can to mitigate the risk of staff and students contracting the virus and schools to our teachers. In our staff. We look forward to see you on Monday. I know you're anxious. I know many of you are scared. I understand that this Chicago teachers union opposes the plan, and it's supporting hundreds of staff who say they won't return these staff for being threatened with losing pay and being cut off from teaching altogether. For NPR news. I'm Sarah Carp. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 114 points at 30,989. The NASDAQ is down 104 points. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what? Oakland Police officials say they are launching an internal investigation into allegations that current employees may have supported extremist groups online KQED Sarah Husseini reports. Former Oakland police officer and Trump supporter General. Snyder was among those who marched on the U. S Capital on Wednesday as a mob disrupted the certification of Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. Oakland side is now reporting that a number of current and former OPD officers have supported recent social media posts Snyder made about the insurrection and the recent election. Including one that references Boogaloo ideology, which advocates for inciting a civil war. In a statement Friday, OPD said that any employee who violated its policies banning hate speech or quote subversive groups could be disciplined or terminated. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED news. Bart is expanding its unarmed ambassador pilot program, doubling its size and making it permanent. Some of the 10 new staffers will be trained social workers. Some funding for the program will come from the BART Police Force's budget. KQED is Joe Fitzgerald, Rodriguez says. This draws on nationwide calls to defund the police. When real world terms. What we're seeing is police funding going towards social workers to help those in need, which report shows the police were already being asked to do that report by research think tank Center for Policing Equity also found that Bart police stop and use force against black riders at a much higher rate than white writers. I'm Brian What? KQED news Support for NPR this morning comes from I drive providing cloud backup full system back up and on site I drive appliance to protect PC's maxim servers from data loss due to crashes and ransomware that I drive dot com slash NPR. And by the listeners and members of KQED Public Radio Joe McConnell, with traffic starting on the Richmond San Rafael Bridge, nothing serious reported, But we are seeing traffic getting heavier. Approaching the toll plaza now almost slow from Castro Street, a few pockets of heavy traffic after that, too, about mid span two Altamont East, Westbound 5 80 Grand Line Road still have a crash off to the side. And there was a couch reported in the lane. Snow Grant line. Same place it is backing up traffic now into of five. Westbound pretty seriously from Mountain House Parkway was Just a little heavy. Now it's a lot heavy. Joe McConnell for KQED Traffic support.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Kate Wolf U C. San Francisco's plan to overhaul its part, NASA's campus is the subject of a hearing before the city's land use committee tomorrow. Securities. Erica Kelly reports that although the university has committed to building housing for its workforce, some are asking for guarantees that it will be truly affordable. The university plans to build more than 1200 new units of housing. Under a tentative deal with city 40% of that housing would be classified as affordable. Supervisor Dean Preston is among those who are concerned that the affordability guarantees won't be enough. The university's lowest paid workers, including janitors, and those who work in the cafeteria, not just about how many units but about how deeply affordable are they And who can afford the limbic. Preston called today's hearing to get more answers on the commitments UCSF has made to the city and how they will be enforced. But the project does not need Board of Supervisors approval to move forward. That'll be up to the UC Board of Regents, who are scheduled to vote later this month. America KELLY KQED news Governor Gavin Newsom has seven days to make good on his promise to have one million Californians. Cupid Vaccinated Cuties Julie Chang reports. The governor set the goal Friday. California has been slow to vaccinate today to the state has administered just a third of the two million doses it's received early last week, the state allowed all health care workers to be eligible for the vaccines. And it's approved dentist, pharmacy techs and other health professionals to administer them, Newsome said. This should help get more shots into people's arms. We're going to see faster administration, you'll see that Hold me accountable. You will in Santa Clara County, Dr Marty Fencer side, the county's testing and vaccine officer said Friday. They're working to ramp up vaccination distribution like they did covert testing. It's expected to start slowly and we will absolutely ramp up. We've heard that the federal government under the new administration is going to push out a lot more vaccine. The plan is to open many more Masback sites. County officials recently opened 23 sites for vaccination and plan to open another next week. I'm Julie Cheng KQED news. The Oakland Police Department is launching an internal investigation into allegations that current employees may have supported extremist groups online. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports. Former Oakland police officer and Trump supporter General Snyder was among those who marched on the U. S Capital on Wednesday. As a mob disrupted the certification of Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. Oakland side is now reporting that a number of current and former OPD officers have supported recent social media posts Snyder made about the insurrection and the recent election. Including one that references Boogaloo ideology, which advocates for inciting a civil war. In a statement Friday, OPD said that any employee who violated its policies banning hate speech or quote subversive groups could be disciplined or terminated. I'm Sarah Hussaini. KQED NEWS SAN Francisco City officials are allowing driving screenings for the Sundance Film Festival to go ahead at the end of the month. The prestigious festival is going remote this year, and the Roxy Theater will be holding screenings at the Fort Mason Center for Arts.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hussaini" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Congress to defend your rights, including your Second Amendment, and that's exactly what I'm here to do. 1967 rule exempts members of Congress from fire armbands on Capitol Hill. But it doesn't allow them to carry a gun in the chambers or other nearby areas. Some House Democrats wrote a letter recently asking Speaker Nancy Pelosi to repeal the 1967 rules. But they were unsuccessful. This is NPR news. Live from KQED news. I'm Brian White. San Francisco Health officials wanna cancel this year's homeless count. The bi annual point in time count is mandated by the federal government. It requires hundreds of volunteers and helps determine how much money and resource is air needed to address the city's homelessness crisis. The Chronicle reports. City health officials say it just can't be done this year because of the pandemic. The last one found 8000 unsheltered people a 17% increase, a board that oversees the city's count, voted yesterday to request a federal exemption. Nevado Police are looking for a man caught vandalizing tents in a homeless encampment. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports in Facebook videos. Robbie Paulison said he reported the crime after capturing what he describes as a vigilante attack on his property with a trail camera when you're still going to be fine if it's communal interests and fight for some change in the bottle, because we've just exposed the spirit and soul of Marin County is about exclusion, spent segregation and in X Palace and is part of a small group who have claimed their property and refused to vacate the encampment at a former military base despite the city, ordering them to do so last month. City manager Adam McGill called the occupation a matter of self interest and of stunt that drains the city's resource is away from a sanction to encampment at Leaguer Park. In November, County leaders rejected a controversial plan to buy a 70 room hotel in the city for the UN housed. I'm Sarah Hussaini. KQED NEWS Quick SPORTS The Warriors beat the Kings won 37 to 106 I'm Brian Watt..

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