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"south hayward" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The warning is due to the heavy rainfall that could cause smaller streams and creeks to quickly rise and then create some standing water situations on the roadways. Areas that could see some flooding include Santa Rosa, Petaluma, healdsburg, sebastopol, katari roner park, and others. According to the national weather service, this is not a flash flood situation. It's more of what they call a nuisance type of flooding. And if drivers encounter some deeper waters on the roads, officials say to stay safe and turn back, meanwhile, Bart officials say there could be system wide delays this morning and that is because of the wet weather, Bart reporting there may be delays of up to ten minutes, officials are asking riders to watch their steps on wet platforms and stairways. That service advisory was first sent out just before 6 o'clock this morning. Well, if you want to avoid driving this New Year's Eve, buses or trains make a great alternative as kcbs as David Welch reports, many transit authorities around the Bay Area will be offering up free rides. AC transit Sam trans and VTA are all offering free rides on New Year's Eve and all three are running well past midnight. If you're planning on heading into the city for the fireworks, Jim Allison with Bart says, although it isn't free, Bart is running past midnight. And we'll also plan to have extra event trains to alleviate some of the crowding on the platform. Muni is both plentiful and free with extra buses and metro service from 7 p.m. to two 15 a.m.. Steven Chun with muni says if you're riding on New Year's Eve and you want it to be for free. Please don't tap your clipper card or else you will be charged. And if you're coming up to the city from the Peninsula, Dan Lieberman with caltrain says rides are on them. We'll be running free service after 8 p.m. on Saturday the 31st, and that will be going till the end of special late night service at 2 a.m. out of San Francisco. David Welch, kcbs. If you're looking for a way to help your community in the new year, consider volunteering with the Red Cross, you probably think a blood drives when you think of the organization, but Red Cross volunteer grant graves says they actually do a lot more than that. The number one thing we do over 60,000 times a year is respond to home fires. I'm really the only organization in the United States that does that. So when someone's in need, they don't know where they're going to sleep, their house has been burned down. God forbid they have had a loss of a loved one. We're the team that comes out to try to look at how we can facilitate them, connect them to resources. You can also volunteer at a local blood drive or even by driving that blood to the hospitals where it's needed. Graves says he's making a career change to emergency management because of his experience as a volunteer with the Red Cross. Just ahead on Casey BS. I'm Keith manconi, California saw fewer wildfire disasters in 2022. We consider why that happened. And that kind of saved the day. 7 O 8s with the cheka Bay Area traffic has just been crazy this morning because of the heavy rain. I'm sure you're overwhelmed at this point, Ted trying to decipher it all. What's a kind of top priority right now for motorists? Well, right now we've been paying attention to this accident in Oakland to 8 80 northbound right near 23rd avenue in exit, it has been blocking the three left lanes. It's gotten a little bit better in the last few minutes, so I'm wondering if they're starting to open up more lanes, but still right at that accident, you will hit the brakes pretty hard, as well as the situation in South San Francisco one O one southbound right near oyster points earlier accident had the middle lanes blocked. They're still working on that one, but in both north and south directions, there's flooding, particularly in the middle lanes, so that's causing slowdowns, both directions there. One that I do want to mention though is Bart is being impacted by all this. They said there could be up to ten minute delays system wide today due to wet weather conditions. They advise you to watch your step as you're getting on the platforms and right now there is a 20 minute delay between south Hayward and Union City on the Barry S align in the various at Richmond and Daly City directions. This is due to an equipment problem on the train. So if you are taking Bart, do be aware of that being a factor. And CHP and the Dublin area has advised to slow down in The Rain and that hydroplane into the new year is not recommended. Your next update 7 18 on the
"south hayward" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"A reason for that. Because you know what the poor guys, how old are the male ballet dancers? There's a word for that, and I can't remember what it is. How? The male ballet dancers are an 18 years old. My team. Late teens, early 20s, maybe. You don't want them thrown out of hernia. You know, you know what I get a hernia? I mean, you throw out your back. Gosh. These aren't gonna have to have some rugby players up there or something. Maybe it may know some helmets, maybe you need two male dancers to hoist it, you know, it's like throw them up in the air. It's just. You know, they can say this all they want, but I don't think they're gonna have giant men and women walking into play ballet because they're just not gonna be able to do the move. No, it's not physically impossible. That's what I'm saying. This is not even gonna. So here's where we are. So here's where we are now. In America, ballet is now racist. I mean, that's the whole point of it. Ballet is racist. For you to go out there and say, okay, you've got to do this perfectly. That is a racist concept now. That is what we're talking about. That's what's happening here. So, and it's not just ballet. There's a story up at campus reform. And campus reform is now reporting that one math professor is no longer going to be grading work based on whether it is right or wrong. I just want to look, I'm not an architect, but I appreciate architects. I appreciate the great work they do. Now imagine if you will, here in Memphis, Tennessee, we have a giant bridge across our river called the Mississippi River bridge. Hernando de Soto Bridge. Do you know an architect that just thought that that bridge just didn't happen? There was mav and science that went into the creation of that bridge. And believe it or not, folks, it had to be down to the exact decimal point. Otherwise, you're going to get a bridge that doesn't work. Now, there are some people out there who are listening to this program and they are woke and they're sitting there saying, well Todd, you're just being rude. That's just rude. How dare you? How dare you suggest that something should be perfect? No, I'm not suggesting I'm telling you. If you don't follow the math, you're going to have a bridge that does not work. If you don't do the math, you're going to go to Walmart and your cashiers not going to know how to give you change. It's a very practical thing. When I was growing up, at hope peace Sullivan elementary school in south Hayward, Mississippi, we were taught very basic stuff. When it had to worry about pro downs when I was growing up because the kids were smart. Back when I was growing up, the kids were fairly intelligent. They knew what they're by nature they knew what their pronouns were. Nowadays, they've got to spend 12 years teaching kids to be confused about their pronouns. They spend all this time teaching the kids about whether they are gay or straight or they like bushes or shrubberies. I don't know. There's all sorts of chaos in the classroom. And nobody's nobody in America seems to be terribly concerned we're raising a generation of people that can not spell. They can not read. They can not do basic arithmetic. They don't care. They just don't care. It is the dumbing down of America. That's what this is. Rod dreyer, riding on the American conservative. And has a wonderful, wonderful essay called hateful whitey bind her feet..
"south hayward" Discussed on KQED Radio
"CRISPR into patients bloodstreams to try and help them and it appears to have worked. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein has more Patrick Doherty had always been really active, trekking the Himalayas, hiking trails in Spain, but he suddenly started feeling pins and needles in his fingers and toes, and his feet got cold. And then one day, he noticed he was running out of breath just walking his dog in County Donegal in Ireland, where he lives and kind of getting a bit breathless going up. Uh, a small, l said here in Donegal, which which There are many. So I realized something was something was wrong. Something was wrong. Turns out he had inherited a rare but devastating disease that killed his dad, known as amyloid doses. A deformed protein was damaging parts of his body like nerves in his fingers and toes and his heart. He had watched two uncles and neighbours also die awful deaths from amyloidosis. It's just dreadful. So Doherty, who's 65 was thrilled when he found out that doctors were testing. A new way to treat amyloidosis using CRISPR, which allows scientists to make very precise changes in DNA. I thought fantastic, I couldn't believe my look crisper has already started helping patients suffering from the blood disorders, sickle cell disease and beta thalassemia, and doctors are trying to use it to treat cancer and restore vision. Two people blinded by a rare genetic disorder, but those experiments involved taking cells out of the body. Editing them in the lab and infusing them back in or injecting CRISPR directly into cells that need fixing. The study. Doherty volunteered for is the first in which doctors are simply infusing the gene editor and letting it find its own way to the right gene in the right place in this case, a gene and cells in the liver Pumping out the destructive protein. John Leonard is the CEO of Antalya Therapeutics, the company sponsoring the study. This is the first example in which CRISPR CAS nine is injected directly into the bloodstream, in other words, systemic administration where we use as a way to reach a tissue that's far away from the site of injection and very specifically edit particular disease causing genes, and it looks like it worked. Doctors infuse billions of micro This topic structures known as nanoparticles into Doherty and five other volunteers. Each nanoparticle carried the genetic code for the CRISPR gene editor. The nanoparticles made their way to deliver And unleashed an army of crisp routine editors, which honed in on the target gene to disable it. Within weeks, the levels of bad protein causing the disease plummeted. It's amazing. It's uh, you know, it's it's phenomenon, It really is excited. Dr. Julian Gilmore is leading the study at the University College London. This has the potential to Completely revolutionized the outcome for these patients who have lived with this disease in their family for many generations, you know, it's decimated some families that I'm that I've been looking after. So now this is this is amazing. The patients will have to be followed much longer, and many more patients will have to be treated to make sure the treatments as safe as it looks and to determine how much it's helping patients. But Gilmour says the approach could help those struck by a far more common version of the Disease and provides the first good evidence that CRISPR could be used like this to treat many other, much more common diseases for which taking cells out of the body or directly injecting CRISPR isn't realistic, like heart disease, muscular dystrophy and maybe even brain disorders like Alzheimer's. This is a wonderful day for the future of gene editing as a medicine. Theodore Urnov is a professor of genetics at the University of California, Berkeley. What's striking about These new data is not merely the evidence of safety and efficacy but the avenues or highways. It opens up for us in terms of traveling to new destinations in the world of genomic medicine, he says. It's a new world. We as a species are watching this remarkable new show called R gene edited future. For his part, Patrick Doherty is thrilled. I feel I feel fantastic, feel fantastic. He started feeling better within weeks of the treatment. Definitely notice an improvement in terms of mobility, My my, my heart. They move in a boat. I'm walking again. I do 15 35,000 steps a day and weekend I got again. He'll walk in with a dog. Doherty's looking forward to the future again. I'm really thankful for it really thankful for, And he hopes CRISPR will help some of his friends and relatives avoid the terrible fate. His father, uncles and friends suffered. Rob Stein. NPR news This is NPR news over to Joe McConnell at the traffic desk at 7 19 on KQED Jail Reporting of art delay. The 10 minute delay on the various align heading in the Richmond and Daly City directions because of some police activity at Hayward and South Hayward stations on the freeways. It's been pretty uneventful. Just a few bender a fender benders of South Adedy before autumn, a park where it looks like that one has cleared still heavy from Thornton, but picking up up to 25 30 Miles an hour now. Did the South I 2 to 37. There might be some metal debris in the right lane..
"south hayward" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The east. They are without power, according to the power outage. Map on P. J. Nis website parts of Newark, three months Union City and South Hayward are affected by the outage on Saturday evening. Barred South Hayward station is closed because of the power issues. As of nine PM, one person is dead and at least three others have injuries after shots were fired. At Oakland's Juneteenth celebration Saturday, police confirm someone fired into a crowd of about 1000 people. At the Lake Merritt event. The Orange County District attorney's office and other authorities are asking drivers to come forward with information concerning possible additional incidents involving the couple charged in the murder of aid. And Leo's. A six year old boy was fatally shot May 21st during a road rage incident. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Roel Balon from the I Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic overnight on the roadways were working on paving highway 99 North family. Three of the five lanes closed from fruit ridge to 21st Avenue. That's where we replaced the bridge deck earlier in the week. Traffic has been slow on the approach and that work will continue through five AM partial closure of I five this weekend. The connecting ramps from East and westbound 52 south beyond five close until five a.m. on Monday. Also, the P and W. Street on ramps are closed and reduced lanes on five South. Um From Highway 52 Centerville Road traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A m and your I Heart radio app Now Sacramento weather Skies remaining Clear overnight. Low 60 to 64 mostly sunny Sunday high 95 to 99 clear Sunday night Low 57 to 61 mostly sunny Monday. I 88 to 92 make you other meteorologist Scott Erickson 70.1 kfbk. The following is a paid program. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the hosts and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff management and parent company of KFBK..
"south hayward" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is listening to Fox News. Now look a KSFO traffic, checking some of the slow traffic areas right now in Campbell 17 south bound between Camden Avenue in Santa Cruz Avenue. Stopped traffic very slow. 30 minutes to travel that distance. Further south on 17 in the Santa Cruz Mountains, south bound between Summit Road and Laurel Road, be prepared for stop and go Traffic in San Francisco one, the one South bound before Caesar Chavez to right lanes blocked by a two car crash. In the North Bay in Healdsburg, one of one North bound it dry Creek reports of a grass fire burning on the right hand shoulder. Ah, high wind advisory through the Altamont Pass it this time and on the Golden Gate and San Mateo Bridge is on Bart. No service between South Hayward and Union City stations through tomorrow, There's a bus bridge in place. Expect 2025 minute delays. We have KSFO traffic. I'm Mel Baker. Following show is paid for by peak Financial Freedom Group LLC. The views, opinions and beliefs expressed so those of Peak Financial Freedom Group LLC and don't necessarily reflect those of the staff management ownership of KGO ksfo, cumulus media or other partners. The following program is a paid promotion sponsored by Peak Financial Freedom Group. Welcome to the peak financial freedom, Our with Jim Files and Dan honored a peak financial freedom group. Way know many of the issues you're facing retirement.
"south hayward" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Know, I don't think people are gonna be able to Avoid it and avoid vaccination back at Yeager's meat market. The promoter has talked with one man will say that he's a gardener proposal. He says. He was very sick from covert. Last year, his entire household was infected, and his father in law died of it. She's winning position because you know someone Says so many people have died from the virus. It's important to get vaccinated. His second shot is this week in South Hayward. I'm Freddy that Villa Ramiro KQED news. While there are pockets where vaccination rates are lagging, the coded restrictions we've been living under are easing up. We're being told we can move away from masks and start to shorten that social distance. This change in behaviors could be stressful for many, and not just those who've gotten used to the way we've been living for more than a year. Think of the people who've kept working on the front lines throughout the pandemic. One of our concerns is that the focus on frontline worker mental health and their appreciation of the need there. Could start Tomo Fade away. As society reopens. Dr. Elizabeth Rawson is a psychiatrist in San Francisco and co founder of the Front Line Workers Counseling Project. It's a service that connects frontline workers with volunteer therapists. There is heightened risk of depression anxiety, post traumatic symptoms which can develop into PTSD. Ah, whole range of issues that can come up for someone who's been through the kinds of experiences. The friendly workers have been thrilled. And then we know that for some people who go through a traumatizing experience, they actually either don't develop some of the symptoms until later or they don't feel ready or able to seek treatment until later. Dr Ross and says stress and exposure to trauma build up over time the friendly workers during the pandemic. We're also friendly workers before the pandemic, and we're dealing with stressful crisis situations before you can think about doctors and nurses Also firefighters, paramedics and these are the same people who will also be on the front lines of future crises. San Francisco psychiatrist Dr Elizabeth Rawson. She co founded the Frontline Workers Counseling Project. If you are seeking help in the Bay Area, you confined resource is at f w c p dot orc. You're listening to morning edition on KQED. Jack Faris was traffic now in Oakland today, 29. Try to find any West challenges before Park Boulevard first report of an accident. No details at the moment, But I can tell you a emergency responders will be there momentarily, not causing much of a slowdown. At the moment, it's been a slow to slowdowns. Look no further than San Jose would want North bound, sluggish from Capitol Expressway up through about Oakland Road in stretches. Then, of course, Richmond 80. Westbound Ishwar Freeway slow from El Portal Drive all the way through the foot of the maze. I'm Jack Faris for KQED and support for KQED comes to us this morning from Comcast business. Comcast business is committed.
"south hayward" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Terry campaign in Gaza is continuing with all force and will take time today, Israeli airstrikes targeting a militant tunnel system killed a number of civilians. The prime minister says the deaths were unintentional. Despite what the media might say. Republicans are unified. So, says House GOP Conference chair A least a phonic, who last week replaced Congresswoman Liz Cheney, an outspoken critic of President Trump. We want to focus every day on exposing the border crisis, the economic crisis and the national security crisis in the Middle East because it's having an impact on everyday Americans lives. Stefanik on Fox News Sunday morning Futures. Cheney says she's not willing to be complacent in the face of what she calls the former president's lies. America's listening to Fox News. Now checking KSFO traffic in Campbell's 17 north bound at the 2 88 80 Interchange of Rollover crash in the right lane and the Santa Cruz Mountains 17 north bound after Bear Creek Road. Croc car crashed into the center divide. It stopped in the slow lane. Now 24 West eastbound in Walnut Creek just before 6 80 large amounts of garbage in bags, blocking the two Middle Lane's San Francisco to 80 South. Blunders, too. Before Caesar Chavez, a car crashed into the center divide Wall. High wind advisory on the beneath a bridge and through the Altamont Pass Art Service, none today between South Hayward and Union City stations. A bus bridge will be in place instead with KSFO traffic on Mel Baker. You're listening to Bob Tandem in the garden on talk Radio. 5 60 ksfo come tiptoe with me. Oh, Foggy day in London Town. Hey, this'd is Bob Chatham in the garden on talk radio. 5. 60 casts a foe and this is shown number 3000. In 180. Yeah, and I'm.