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"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
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"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Hospital for Cove in 19. Now the latest on the traffic front because we check back with Quinn Vestal in your local Honda dealers. Traffic center first stop Sunnyvale. A situation in Sunnyvale on one a one involving a tree. This update brought you by lucky and lucky. California Highway Patrol says a tree managed or part of a tree toppled onto a car North bound What a one just before Fair Oaks. The two right lanes are blocked, according to the KCBS ways for US, and Traffic is already backed up from before Lawrence Expressway. This is North bound south bound. We've got the usual slow and go for the Friday commute between Santa Clara and just passed the 8 80 interchange seasonal grade, swarming with traffic on this Friday afternoon. It's solid from South Mission Boulevard up and over the great Highway 80 for no accidents. Just all kinds of traffic. And the Nimitz is so nasty today. Both directions North bound in south bound 8 80 between Fremont and Hayward. The good news is earlier accidents in both directions have been cleared. We just had a flurry of crashes. San Francisco of help. Hello Friday there to North bound. What a one wall. The wall traffic. From before Cesar Chavez to mid span on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge. Lucky and Lucky. California help you celebrate all the most flavorful fall traditions this week Beef Tri Tip roast is just 2 £99 untrimmed in the max pack. Paul is always festive at Lucky and Lucky California the Golden State of eating next update for 18 on the traffic leader. KCBS Air Quality definitely took a turn for the worst today ranging from unhealthy toe hazardous and it's very hot as you have figured out by now..
Sunnyvale Energy Company Shifting Gears to Repair Ventilators
"A Sunnyvale industrial plant that normally builds fuel cells now has a new purpose refurbishing the hundreds of ventilators owned by the state of California he CBS's Jeffrey Schaub tells us governor Newsom and San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo toward the facility Saturday afternoon bloom energy Sunnyvale plant is already cranking out dozens of ventilators many that had been in storage for a decade or more and have dead batteries or mechanical issues governor Newsom state of California currently has independent of a hospital system we have procured and identified as some four thousand two hundred and fifty two ventilators
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Keeping Coney in Sunnyvale where police are responding to a possible corona virus exposure incident involving seven officers when last we heard from Victor's their ago so he was telling us about an officer on a motorcycle down is that what you're starting off with this time yes Sir the Caldecott tunnel looks like it's going to continue to be shut down for quite a while now they're calling for an investigation of the motorcycle that went down eastbound twenty four on the far right tunnel of the Caldecott tunnel so they have a shut down completely so it looks like it's going to be a lot no estimate a time when they were actually open a you are getting by on the left tunnel so that's the good thing but you will see brake lights if you're traveling eastbound twenty four just past highway thirteen but take that left turn on and you'll get through it no problem once you're on the arena said you are it looks like it's set at the limit all the way to Walnut Creek so good news there and also in that site in Pittsburgh looks like that we have a brand you crash eastbound highway four right before San Marco Boulevard that's blocking the left lane looks like a solo car accidents each be has been advised and they are now in route and take a look at the children autobody collision camp to the bay bridge the lower deck from the sky way eastbound eighty you are still very slow from seventh street that's due in well for one there's overnight road work going on on the bay bridge and there was a crash right around center anchorage it looks like they moved it off the to one side in the enclosure but they're just waiting for tow trucks once you get past that you're at the limit into the East Bay and extravagant dinner twelve eighteen on the traffic leaders mostly cloudy overnight with some patchy fog developing in line lows mostly in the upper forties later on for your Friday.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Sunnyvale department of public safety at home tonight after they gave CPR to a person who may have been exposed to the cold dead nineteen corona virus and later died the officers have been quarantined after the potential exposure will be at home for as long as county health officials say they need to be the person who died was seventy two years old and had recently been onboard a cruise ship with two people who were also suspected of having the corona virus we'll have more on this story coming up at nine thirty tonight the nurses union says its members are confused and frustrated because they don't have enough information and equipment to treat coronavirus patience he C. B. S.'s Kathy Novak reports dozens of nurses are under self quarantine one Kaiser Permanente nurse who wanted to remain anonymous said after she treated a covert nineteen patient she became sick but the CDC won't test her her colleague Deborah burger read her statement they said they would not test me because if I were wearing the recommended protective equipment then I wouldn't have the corona virus what a ridiculous and uneducated response from the department that is in charge of the health of this country Kaiser says its teams are trained and properly equipped meanwhile passengers aboard the grand princess cruise ship linked to a cluster of cases still don't know when they'll be able to disembark former KCBS traffic reporter Lynn connect these parents told him the public areas have been closed and the CDC after all the passengers to stay in their cabins so my folks are in their cabin right now the good thing is is that you have wind and a drop not been used to be able to order dinner and essentially there in a room service situation right now Kathy know that KCBS in San Bruno city officials have temporarily closed the Sam Bruno senior center because of a possible exposure to covert nineteen city officials working with the health department have determined that some of the passengers who disembarked from the grand princess cruise to Mexico in San Francisco went to the senior center center after returning home Santa Clara county health officials have issued new recommendations to help slow the spread of the corona virus KCBS reporter Bob Butler says they say large gatherings where people come in close contact should be cancelled or postponed department of public health director grant Colfax says the two cases are unrelated and were transmitted each through community spread the patients do not have a history of travel to a location with confirmed covert nineteen cases and have no known contact with a person with a confirmed cove it nineteen case the patients are being identified as a man in his nineties with underlying health issues in serious condition and a woman in her forties in fair condition each being treated and isolated at local hospitals the health department has informed the patients families this morning and is investigating the patient's history and contacts to protect the health of individuals and help slow the spread of the virus in the community and while they advise people to wash their hands mayor London breed.
UPS worker planning mass shooting had 20,000 rounds of ammo and weapons cache, police say
"Police arresting a UPS worker who allegedly was planning a mass shooting at his workplace in Sunnyvale officers say thirty two year old Thomas Andrew sent threatening text messages to his employer police searched Andrew's home found twenty thousand rounds of ammo numerous rifles shotguns handguns body armor he was arrested last night after a car chase on highway
As Privacy Fears About Sharing DNA Increase, So Do 23andMes Layoffs
"From one degree. I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Thursday January thirtieth last week. DNA Testing Company twenty three and me laid off one hundred people about fourteen percent of its workforce. Sales have been slowing at the Sunnyvale California Company for some time. CEO and Gysky says she told CNBC NBC. She was surprised by the slowdown. Couldn't pinpoint the exact reason. Swai she speculated however that privacy concerns are playing a row she added that worries about a a potential economic slowdown could also be holding consumers back from spending one hundred bucks or so to satisfy their curiosity about the things twenty three and me can shed light on like there. I color the sweet tooth or their heritage and for more than a few maybe their parentage within hours of the announcement press reports that ignored the. CEO's worries about about the economy. Seizing on privacy. Worries as the most likely cause of declining sales throughout the direct to consumer genetic sector at one time. It didn't look like the new industry would ever slow down but that was twenty. Eighteen that year as many people spit into test tubes to learn about DNA as in the previous five years combined bind according to an MIT report. About thirty million of US have had our DNA tested in. It estimated last summer nine million through twenty three and me fifteen million through twenty three in me's biggest rival ancestry dot com and the rest through smaller companies and millions of those tested voluntarily shared their DNA results with a growing number for a free public databases curious to match themselves with long lost or previously unknown relatives. And that's where much of the trouble for twenty three Rian. Me and the industry in general appears to lie. According to Science magazine in twenty eighteen police tapped into one of those databases called. GED match to crack the cold-case of the golden state killer back in the nineteen eighties. Someone had murdered twelve Californians and raped about fifty and police had never been able to locate a suspect finally by by creating a fake profile with crime scene DNA and uploading that profile to the database. Police were able to identify a group of third cousins related to the likely the killer. Then by using that information they managed to figure out who the killer was a former California police officer named Joseph James Di the Angelo junior now in his seventies regardless of how you may feel about the outcome the arrest and indictment of an alleged serial rapist and killer. The case raised many any thorny ethical questions about privacy and the uncontrolled use of DNA by law enforcement it also elevated this bit of nerve wracking science the more people who donate their DNA results to the public databases the more at risk. Everyone's privacy is even those of us who haven't had our DNA tested according to the verge it's complicated to explain how that works but essentially if there are enough. DNA samples in such a database. The odds that you can be tracked down through a distant relative increase significantly -nificant in fact the risk is so great that at some point it's possible or even likely that everyone in the US will be able to be identified this way the verge contents now. If you haven't committed a crime you may be asking yourself. Why should this matter for many reasons especially realistic fears about discrimination based on markers physical health health mental illness race or ethnicity as the verge explains and Unscrupulous Health Insurance Company using people's DNA without their knowledge could discriminate against people with markers for potential diseases for instance in December the Pentagon warned military members against using at home DNA testing services? Like twenty three and me and ancestry history saying they could pose quote personal and operational risks to servicemembers
"sunnyvale" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To Collins in the Sunnyvale area beyond that looks good through the six thirty five and thirty interchanges on George Nelson your next report at six thirty a break in traffic alerts when they happen he joins the forecast sunny and cool today high of near sixty degrees from back down into the low forties tonight tomorrow about sixty two maybe a few scattered showers in here by tomorrow evening we'll see more of that activity to our east Sunday then maybe some US scattered morning showers again more to our east and then sunny and cool by afternoon with a high near sixty not too bad a weekend coming up low sixties again on Monday that a better chance of rain by Tuesday right now forty degrees to KRLD news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now it's six thirty with Mike Rogers and Susie so ladies I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning CBS news update the number of new cases of the deadly coronavirus has exploded at least eight hundred thirty people have been infected at least twenty six have died travel is now shut down at least ten cities in China hi this is hawks when they depart a frontrunner before they actually were taking everybody's temperature to see if anyone is right out of ordinary CBS's Laura protest assignees authorities are ordering shut downs in cities affecting of more than the populations of New York City Los Angeles and Chicago combined China's capital Beijing canceled major events around the lunar new year holiday indefinitely as the virus spreads to eight countries parts of the great wall have just been closed to visitors in this country at least dozen people are being tested for corona virus including someone in Texas Dr Eric Brazos this person is a student at in and then we assess the situation is being a little rest for the campus community one case has been confirmed to near Seattle CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez and now there's a possible corona case in corona virus case in Texas DFW hospitals are ramping up their.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Slash form and we have a caller board from Sunnyvale good morning yes hi I just want to say I'm disgusted with the Democrats in California and the resistance and the obstruction from the very beginning it's a shame that we are questioning the murder of someone who killed many many many Americans and this is just another sham another Floyd to bring down the president because they don't like him personally so you think the president did the right thing in spite of the fact that George W. bush and Barack Obama refused to do this when I was presented as an option I believe I believe President Bush I believe president trump should go after anybody who threatens us who chants death to America and I also believe he should go after the Mexican mafia and the Mexican cartel drug cartel and stop them from infiltrating the United States and killing our kids all right I appreciate your call and thank you for it will go away to another caller that's Larry and Hey where's Larry join us welcome you're on the air and for good morning thank you I just heard the congressman speak of of of the narrative of him being openness pulls you waiting for John Roberts to Chief Justice John Roberts to make sure there's a fair trial and I'm wondering why the narrative isn't becoming also a replacing trump with patients I don't necessarily think prince is the ideal person but there has not yet been and the idea of what the next thing would be it is replace and removes and there has always been a part will overturning the last election but who would be put in place would be pence so I'm not understanding why the conversation the narrative isn't becoming removed Donald Trump and put into place well you just certainly brought it up it's it's not necessarily part of the narrative but it would be I think a fate accompli if the impeachment went to trial.
It All Starts with Data
"Hugh Welcome to the World Transformed Hayfield thanks a lot for having me it's absolute honored to be speaking with you well it's great to have you on you know I was reading over that list of topics there the streetlights smart parking intelligent traffic and security and we were talking about some of those things when you and I have met up at the Smart City oppose him last month and we you know there's there's a lot of discussions going on a lot of people throwing a lot of ideas around smart cities and one of the things I know list is that you've got a kind of a different take going into smart cities than maybe everyone else does when I when I had free matthews on the first installment of this is the first question to her was how do you define smart cities and I think I'll probably end up as out of everybody that I have on but I I really like where you were you start with him when I talked to Franny it's like when you talk about smart cities it all comes down to data but I would say your position is it all starts with Beta right absolutely and I mean just to answer the question about what what is a smart city I I mean I think first off all cities would would be a little a bit different in terms of their definition of a smart city but second to that I've never heard a single city called himself a dump city so interesting yeah we'll throw that out there you absolutely It starts with with data from my perspective when the smart city bom kind of kind of kicked off it was a premise that cities have a ton of data and they're not doing anything with it and so fast forward a few years and every city that I'm in I see you know solution the providers coming in and they're selling hardware whereas from my perspective I WanNa understand and I think it's important for the city so understand what are you have to day and look at the look at the number one number two number three initiatives and start with the data that you currently have and then move forward with what improvements you would like to make to to solve for the initiatives that you have for the for the stadium and its citizens absolutely well I one of the things that I found interesting in our discussion was yeah you can you can look around and see that there are a host of solutions offered for smart cities and some of its hardware and some soft solutions and people have while they have methodologies there's there's a whole lot of there's a whole lot of infrastructure showing up in support of smart cities but it does kind of come down to this question of well okay so you've got a solution have you identified the problem I right do you know what problem you're trying to solve with smart cities maybe people need to take take a step back and look at that when I absolutely I mean it was you know initially it was streetlights everyone you know jumped on the re lamping yes it is of upgrading the street lights to led's and then connecting them and then from the connecting of the street lights now the ability to deploy other sensors and and things of that nature and and while I'm not in disagreement with that I think that that's not the city's biggest problem the cities themselves have have a number of challenges starting from the inside in terms of the vertically integrated organization engage with themselves all the way to the OT side of the of the world where you're you're you're deploying all of these Sensors for people owning and vehicle counting and and what have you environmental monitoring and everything of that nature but again I when I look at it it's Oh city have to have a vision for what they seek to achieve and then they have to start asking the right questions of other solution providers to ensure that these solutions are actually going to solve my problem or move me in the right direction so I kind of I kind of look at it whereas the solution providers are understanding that there's problems in the city and they think that well if you if you deploy mine hi solution we will provide you these new insights and I would argue that in a lot of instances there's data already available within the city now it may not be it'd be quality data that that you're looking for but you should start with that to identify where you need to augment and add or improve because whatever else you're gonNA get from any new system you put in place or any especially any new device you put in place of Ugo Smart Street lamps or Smart Street lights thanks what are they going to do what they're going to produce a bunch more data you're going to have even more and you haven't figured out who the daddy you got yeah exactly and and on top of that if if if I'm a city I'm GonNa see I O or I'm the city manager and I have these vertically integrated organizations and street lights are deployed so public works is looking at the street lights and someone else's looking at something else and then the it department looking at something else and I don't have the data fusion that is going to deliver to me a a single pane of glass which I can say oh I see that the street lights are are operating or day burners I have I had these other things but there's a lot other activity that's taking place how do you how do you utilize that data to invoke either different behaviors or salts for public safety issues or things of that nature across the board and then provide those insights to the vertically integrated organisations that need it right right it just it it makes a lot of sense well let me ask you this what one of the things that I've been hearing a lot about is this focus on regions rather than rather than city said talking about talking about smart regions it was one of the ideas that kept popping up at the symposium am so I I guess this is kind of a two part question one is why would we think about regions rather than just cities is questionable one and number two is if we do that it doesn't the data issue become that much more complex because then we're dealing with data from a lot of different municipalities or jurisdictions or what have you you know that that is a huge topic and and here's a let me give you an example one of the first cities that I worked it's Palo Alto we go through and and we help them in terms of using the data to provide visualizations for the traffic you know as a monitoring aspect of of the solution and we improve the traffic flow there but ah I go to the neighboring city mountain view right Sunnyvale or Santa Clara or down to San Jose I don't have that same experience and so it becomes very clear that that and I'm not saying that city by city is not is not good it's it's great every city needs to have had these initial it is and and and work being done but if I have a regional approach and we solve the challenges associated with procuring Senate and we solve the challenges with a collective vision and we solve the challenges of data utilization and what data is going to be used for what solutions now I get to have a an experienced going from city to city that is the same and that has to be part and parcel to The conversation of of improving cities overall
Hussein Fazal of Snap Travel on Working Hard With a Bit of Luck
"From Toronto Your Company Snapped Travel thanks for coming on the podcast figure for having me Yup you got a really interesting company I saw Steph curry was wearing a hat said your company's name in the finals after the game we'll get into that later in the pod but bullets let's start at the beginning of your career you know how do you start to become the person you are today we're when did that happen so I went to the University of Waterloo studied computer science graduated in to that has nine five and went straight into a big company so I worked for a Bell Canada which is one of the largest telecommunications company he's in Canada of course and I was working there as a software developer so they're kind of to a point in my life where I was not really happy working at a big company I was not feeling like I was accomplishing anything it just felt a little bit doc in a bit of a routine in a really wanted to do something else oh so what I started to do is started to just do some coding side project thanks so in two thousand eight I started to build facebook games so this is you know before a lot of people's time times but facebook wasn't on mobile was only desktop and people would build facebook games like Farmville was the most famous one right so sorry Oh facebook games on the side There was an intern who was also a bell Canada in also started to go facebook games on the side and then we started chatting and we said hey how will you make money off your facebook Games WanNa we build an ad network specifically for facebook games so that's how it started quitting Alabel my co-founder kristaps never went back to bell never went back to school and we started that company I'd Parlor in over three years he grew it to be one of the largest facebook ad optimization companies in the world managed over one hundred million dollars of ad spend and ended up selling that company years later well and it all started just with simple side project of building games that lived on facebook yeah I mean it was just it was just of doing something as a side Gig and it was the entrepeneurship curiosity in just kind of having fun with it and I mean you quickly realize once you start aside Gig especially if it starts to get some traction you'll very quickly realize how much more fun that is than your big company job in natural that I start spending evenings and weekends working on it and so just do this full-time right I was of course in a fortunate position not everyone's entitled Fortunate Position But I was an unfortunate that position that you know I was single I was living at home with my parents didn't have any major financial dependencies on it's all I got a mortgage kids or anything like that so I was able to take that risk I was able to say let me quit my job about let me do this fulltime in the worst case scenario of this doesn't work out they can always try and get another full time another full time job right I love it and we talk a lot on this podcast about just kind of the merits of I projects like there's the the upside is really limitless and the downside is pretty minimal I mean it's like you start testing something out you build a game like just something passionate if it works starts to show some signs of of working then great you can put a little more effort into it a little more resources but but if not then like you know there's nothing lost you can just tell society all your friends are like Oh yeah you know I didn't really spend much time on that it just it just wasn't for me it didn't work out but if it does work it's like this is the this could be something here yeah for sure I mean I I always tell people that like I mean if you're in a full time job you're the nine to five that's great light you should really only be in that job if you're actually learning in developing and you should always think about what you can do to learn and grow and outside of that job as well as after hours weekends I mean of course you could spend your time just hanging out watching TV doing what you need to do but William Order to make progress you should spend some of those evening weekend hours on whatever it is you're passionate about or side gigs in that's can unlock a great opportunity. Yup I mean this podcast was and still is a side thing and the way that I think about it is just like when I think about it brings I think about it being delightful versus you know my main thing it's still another start up but it's like that one I set I put these huge expectations on I think a lot of it has to do with expectations setting like a side project you say this is this'll be a side project and like the expectations are pretty minimal purchase your real thing you put these like super lofty goals and like it's tough to reach them it stressful so yeah it's it's it's interesting hearing you talk about this okay so you leave bell you start this company really well then and then and then you sell it like what was that like yeah well I mean there's a lot that happened between opposite starting the company and selling it one thing that would like to point out is a about a urine so but six months to a year into it I actually moved to Silicon Valley Capello does specifically and worked at a Sunnyvale for almost a year and again this was one of those sort of leap of faith moment so he was really just myself and my co-founder at that time we were just kind of you know messing around not really knowing what we were doing and there was this program through the Canadian government whether basically like hey you gotta pay for your own flight and accommodation but we're GONNA set you up in work out of this incubator called the plug and play center in Sunnyvale and you're gonna be able to live in work in San Francisco in Silicone Valley For six months I was like again what's the harm in doing that right so so I did that I spent some time out there in it was amazing when you use around yourself like-minded people you surround yourself with entrepreneurs Funny story ends up living with someone who worked at Facebook we were building facebook Ad Network so obviously there was a lot of opportunity in networking there and then something really interesting happens so we were serving the ads within within facebook apps and then around the time facebook launched something called the ads. API The ads he is essentially meant that you could now buy ads directly on facebook on desktop or on mobile that will a mobile APP programmatic buy ads on facebook in because we had done all this stuff with this facebook display not work because uh-huh I've lived with facebook sales guy I was networking and I was in that environment we were actually one of the few companies to get access to the FACEBOOK ADS API that was a great experience building the company and then new came a certain point in time where it essentially felt like the right time to sell the company and we were getting a Lotta doubt inquiries but more importantly the business was actually getting in order and heart because the facebook ads API that was more competition margins we're getting squeezed sale cycles we're getting longer so so we decided that hey this is this is a good time to to think about the opportunities that we ended up selling the company to add knowledge while and so you know I like how you're talking about the journey of just kind of not putting uncertainty ahead of opportunity it's like lots moved to Silicon Valley what what could I lose is and then you have this you build this deep network there people somewhere thinkers tell you what do you think if you if you didn't move to Silicon Valley the company would have had a similar dri no I I I really don't think so and I I'm a I tell everybody if you if you are attacked entrepreneur in you have the opportunity to go live in the Bali Whether it be San Francisco Paolo Alto or whatever it is like just go right and there's no there's no there's no beating get fine comeback come back to Toronto Build Your Business or or building business anywhere but you extended amount of time in Silicon Valley it's one thing to fly in and out and do meetings but it's something else to live there in network there make friends there because there's no place like that if you're a tech entrepreneur right okay I mean I totally buy that I'm seeing I'm seeing that now these are things that like you start a business and you don't you don't know and then you go through it for a little while I I have so many people who come to me and the asks me at all so I have this opportunity to go should I go should I not go don't even give me your logic don't even give me a reason even give me a pros and cons of just go right so go get out there spent some time out there is definitely going to be worth yet okay so you go you make all these connections you come back to Toronto Continue Building the company you sell the company is that like a life changing event or you like set for life after selling this yeah I mean unless I go and do something stupid yeah it was it was it was great I mean we actually talk no outside investment for parlor it was it was a significant exit so yeah that's that that was okay great like I am now you know
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Orchard behind the Sunnyvale community center since the seventies, he says. Officious of plans to take out six April countries to expand the historical museum next door. There's other property in front of this building to the east of it. The could fit that building perfectly. There's a again alone in front of the place. I think it's eighteen or nineteen thousand square feet. He put it right there. But instead, they want to go with the orchard, Laura, Babcock with the Sunnyvale historical park museum doesn't understand what all the fuss is about. We're talking sixteen hundred square feet in comparison to ten the half acres. One of the things they want feature. The expansion is the blue cue which was a windowless building run by the air force. The develops spike cameras and satellites and other top secret, south the employees who worked there were never allowed to tell anyone that they worked there. The city council is expected to take up the issue in August in Sunnyvale by Colgan KCBS, where cruise at San Francisco's Maritime Museum of now restored, the nautical themed murals, that had been painted over KCBS Margie Schaefer reports. The top floor of the museum of aquatic park is now back to its original condition. The aquatic park Maritime Museum created in the shape of a ship sits on the Bay's edge after several years it's an shipshape law time and energy and money. And then will be windows fixed that we fix that we could turn to the Lynn Caliban with the San Francisco maritime national historic park, who explains for some of the murals restore Ann Rosenthal with stripped, the paint off, and then match the original paint matching other pink colors and other parts of the room as you enter the building the ocean floor is replicated, the second floor is on the level of the water UC fish, mermaids mermen on the wall, appear you see things that have happened above the water for instance. Ships rigging and ships craned construction of this building was funded by the federal works, progress administration established during the depression to provide jobs. This art is a lasting imprint of the new deal and it's free. It's free definitely come down ten to four seven days a week. Come in check. It out at the aquatic park, Maritime Museum in San Francisco.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"By Colgan. Sunnyvale. Well, the city is looking at cutting down the size of one of the valleys last remaining orchards. Four away. Let's check on traffic and weather together following all the reports around the bay this morning. Here's Frank Munich what we're getting a report of an accident between Castro valley, and San Ramon. The little closer to the San Ramon end of things on the broke is on pro canyon road at the Lima canyon road. Both directions of pro canyon road are shut down as CHP tries to tend to an injury accident involving a car overturned traffic. At least on the six eighty end of things in San Ramon is being turned away from crow canyon road, you can't take Norris canyon road between Castro valley, or actually, between San Ramon and bullying the canyon road to get back on crow canyon road. But to that too good place to avoid if he can a side from that. We're not seeing much in the way of trouble the delays that we have been. Seeing over the Altima passive now melted away. But we're now seeing some roadwork inspired delays on westbound five coming off of highway five in Tracy out to north MacArthur drive your next traffic update at four eighteen on the traffic leader. Hey. Mostly sunny skies inland today, and eventually sunny skies around the bay after the overcast burns off. We.
US Mosques See Heightened Security Concerns for Ramadan
"As the Muslim holiday of Ramadan starts security being ramped. Up at mosques across the country. USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. Now from Washington C mass shootings at several places of worship have Muslims on particularly high alert as they start to celebrate the month of Ramadan. Some. Our hiring armed guards at mosques from Los Angeles to San Francisco in particular mosques are increasing security and worshipers feel safe that after an Sunnyvale California of an intentionally ran over a group of people. He believer Muslims in an apparent hate. Crime. Many mosques are installing security cameras both inside and outside as
Sunnyvale crash: FBI opens federal hate crime investigation
"A Muslim civil rights group is calling for continued investigation into whether a recent attack in Sunnyvale can be prosecuted as a hate crime Isaiah Joel people's is charged with eight counts of attempted murder for driving into a crowd of people earlier this week police say he targeted the victims because he believed they were Muslim the F B I has reportedly opened a federal hate crime investigation. But county prosecutors have not yet added hate crime enhancements Zara Bill is with the council on American Islamic relations. I am confident that DA off. It doesn't understand the severity of the attack and the nature of its impact on the surrounding women other minority communities, the Santa Clara county DA's office didn't respond to a request comment. People's attorney says people suffers from post traumatic stress. Sordid because of his military
Police: Vet targeted Muslims in car attack
"Say an Iraq war veteran deliberately drove into a group of pedestrians in Sunnyvale, California. Because he thought they were Muslims stand cleric county. Prosecutor Jay Briere ski there is very appalling. And disturbing evidence the at least one or two of these victims were targeted based on the defendant's view of what their race or religion may
Sunnyvale, Carter Evans And Iraq discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Police say Iraq war veteran accused of intentionally plowing his car to a crowd was targeting Muslims that happened earlier this week in Sunnyvale, California. Here's correspondent Carter Evans. Stunning news came from the Sunnyvale police chief. He says the apparent target was an Indian family based on our investigation. New evidence shows that defendant intentionally target victims based on their race and his belief that they were up the Muslim
Driver Plows Into Pedestrians in California Injuring 8
"Eight people are hurting California after a driver. Reportedly deliberately drove into them police in Sunnyvale say that driver plowed into the mall. They were just waiting to cross the street last night and the vehicle then crashed into a tree the driver adult male taken into custody. Witnesses tell police the driver didn't try to stop or avoid the collision. The youngest victim reportedly thirteen years of age there's been no update yet on the conditions of the injured
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Tim Ryan at Munich headquarters in San Francisco, the transit agency making some changes after a woman's hand became stuck in a train door on traffic and weather nine eight who Sherry Brown. I'm looking at Sunnyvale northbound El Camino remains closed at Saratoga Sunnyvale road. But it looks like a you're southbound lanes are open. I would still try to stay away. From that intersection. The police are dealing with a major investigation. There. So it's just not a good place to be hanging around. Southbound one zero one is slow now with some construction starting around highway eighty five everything opens up by the time you cross to thirty seven. There is a great flow of traffic on our bridges right now with one exception. That would be the Richmond San Rafael bridge, very slow. Now, all the way across eastbound from San Quentin couple of slow stretches westbound, but that's not so bad tonight. Antioch bridge still sing some slow traffic northbound and southbound headed to the bridge, but it looks like we don't have any major delays there. Your next traffic update at nine eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS clear and mild inland overnight with some patchy fog at the coast lows in the fifties. And it's sunny and warm to hot again tomorrow after some morning, overcast near the water. Highs in the sixties at the beaches bayside seventies and eighties to the upper eighties inland. Traffic and weather together on the all news one of six nine AM, seven forty. KCBS? I'm Pat Monahan from train, and I want to tell you how to do something about the growing opioid misuse problems..
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Sunnyvale And Matt Bigler discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"California's first lady Jennifer Siebel Newsom as backing her first significant initiatives since her husband became governor. She and other state officials are starting an education campaign on the gender pay gap and ways to close it thirteen corporations have promised to conduct an annual gender pay analysis and review, they're hiring and promotion policies. Those companies include Airbnb apple and eighteen t homeless shelters in Silicon Valley are bursting at the seams following the closure of several winter shelters. KCBS is Matt Bigler checked out the situation and Sunnyvale living conditions are even tighter than usual here at the Sunnyvale homeless shelter is full in all last night. People were coming in. And they were having to struggle looking
Juniper Networks looks to bring AI to IT with Mist Systems acquisition
"Percent. Juniper Networks is shelling out four hundred five million dollars to buy miss systems, a five-year-old Cupertino based startup specializing in a I backed cloud managed, wireless networks Sunnyvale based juniper must see a lot of potential as missed had raised just over eight million dollars in three funding rounds with the last one coming in late January missed competes in the same market with ruckus, wireless networks
"sunnyvale" Discussed on The Dropout
"And Nightline. This is the dropout. Episode two. The enforcer. When did Sunnyvale wanna join the company I thought in about September of two thousand nine or August of two thousand nine from memory in two thousand nine Elizabeth homes found herself in a precarious lace. Her company was now AFL years old. She had an office employees, even though many of the apple recruits had left and a big mission to fulfill. What Elizabeth didn't have was the money to make it happen. She says she was considering at this point going out and doing an equity raise essentially trying to find new investors to buy her company the trouble with that was timing. This was in the midst of the great recession even companies that had been around for generations were struggling to get loans and many were going out of business. It was something I was covering regularly for CNBC like the day. Leman brothers went under could withstand the test of time through two world wars through the great depression. And that now a credit crisis has brought it to. It's knees so Meredith unlike so many others Elizabeth had an ace up her sleeve a white Knight with deep pockets, so company must know on the cash, and and I knew this mission and bought company was trying to do was paramount. So I offered to help the company, and I ended up giving a thirteen million dollar personal loan and. Interest free. It was a good faith loan. That's Ramush Bhawani goes by sunny. He's a former software executive who sold his company just before the dot com..
Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign
"Records on police misconduct from law enforcement agencies all over the bay area. The foundation wants records of officers who have been involved in eight fatal shootings into the state's new right to know act. California's state law has traditionally barred access to internal police records, but since Senate Bill fourteen twenty one went into effect January first the ACLU says it and media outlets have been working to obtain documents related to investigations the serious uses a forest sexual assault and dishonesty the half day. Two dollar a pack tax increase on cigarettes was overwhelmingly passed by voters in thousand sixteen is starting to pay off KCBS is my Colgate says the state has started dispersing proposition fifty-six money, the tax raises more than a billion dollars a year. So there's a lot of money available six cities in Santa Clara county getting more than three hundred thousand dollars to help reduce tobacco use among teens. They use of nicotine. Gene. And vaping products has increased substantially national. Studies have seen this increase quite significantly. And so our concern is that youth are getting dictated to nicotine, they coal cost the tobacco free communities program at the Santa Clara county public health department said the six cities every Quested funding, included, San Jose, Sunnyvale Santa Clara. We were able to fund all of the city's at the level that they had requested. And really this is an opportunity for cities to address the needs of their local residents within their city in regards to tobacco related issues. The money will fund a number of programs including decreasing secondhand smoke exposure as well as restricting the sale of flavored tobacco products in the Silicon Valley bureau. Why Colgan KCBS Napa police have arrested a Napa woman on suspicion of a hit and run of a pedestrian on Tuesday. Twenty year old Alexandra verandas is suspected of hitting a sixty two year old woman on Sasco avenue. Just after six thirty. The victim was not in a crosswalk when she was hit in the southbound lane of traffic suffered head and facial injuries and was taken to Queen of the valley medical center after the collision. Witnesses had a dark colored sedan that was traveling south on Sasco avenue left the scene on Wednesday afternoon and alert citizen reported a suspicious vehicle and police responded and found a newer Honda Civic with damage consistent with a collision. The car was impounded for forensic processing police contacted verandas. They registered owner of the Honda at her home on March. Dr she was arrested in a book in the Napa county jail for hit and run causing injuries. And at last report the pedestrian was still hospitalized coming up on KCBS. I'm Rebecca chorale. The mindful approach menopausal women say is helping them. NFL sports at one forty five with Bruce McGowan one of the hottest teams, the two time defending champion warriors. We'll get back into action Friday night in LA against the clippers warriors won six straight. Now, they play the LA clippers on Friday and DeMarcus cousins will make his debut for Golden State coach Steve Kerr was asked. If he has any concerns about DeMarcus cousins fitting into the warriors system he's been in the league along time. We know his game. Well, we know what he's capable of strengths and weaknesses. So we've got some ideas how we're gonna use them. But there's no substitute for actual game experience. So put them out there. And we'll see how that goes. We will Andre Iguodala says he also thinks the cousins is going to fit in just fine. I've had so many conversations with him on adventures. Sees I'm like, okay. He gets he calls. A Shannon myself, though, guys, all guys. We're gonna take care. We'll make sure he's good people forget, he's no top ten talent. Andre Iguodala dole a nice game. The other night coming off the bench with fifteen points, including a key three point play at the end of the third quarter that put the warriors in the lead on a college hoops and USF continued its strong season the don's although they lost over the past weekend. Gonzaga one of thriller over Pacific fifty three fifty two Charles Millon's free throw with three seconds left gave the dons their margin of victory. Saint mary's. Meanwhile, beat Santa Clara their old rivals who haven't really given them a whole lot of trouble in recent years, seventy five fifty five guard Jordan Ford, eighteen points for the Gaels in a tough night for both the Stanford men's and Cal men's basketball teams, Washington state whack the bears up in Pullman, eighty two fifty nine in Washington won their sixth in a row easily beating Stanford up in Seattle eighty two sixty four New York Yankees have opened up their checkbook, again, what else is new twenty seven million over three years goes to middle reliever out of Iino valuable Thirty-three-year-old who was outstanding with the Colorado Rockies in two thousand eighteen a two point four three ERA a career high. One hundred and twelve strikeouts. In just seventy seven and two thirds innings and a six four record and finally an upset in the women's draw. The Australian Open as defending champion. Caroline Wozniacki was knocked off by Maria Sharapova, third round action sports at fifteen and forty five hundred zero six nine
Google pays $1 billion for offices in biggest Bay Area sale of the year
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Google pays one billion dollars for offices in biggest bay area sale of the year by Rolan Lee, Google has purchased the former side of Lincoln's Mountain View headquarters for one billion dollars in the largest bay area real estate sale in twenty eighteen the search giant on Monday confirmed. It bought the twelve building Britannia shoreline technology park totalling seven hundred ninety five thousand six hundred sixty three square feet, Google declined to comment further the deal caps a year of seemingly boundless growth in investment for Google and the rest of the tech industry with vast digital profits. Fuelling concrete acquisitions Google's parent. Alphabet reported earnings of thirty three point seven billion dollars in the third quarter up. Twenty one percent it had thirteen billion in cash at the end of the quarter. Google is channeling some of its profits to save its physical growth. Earlier this month, Google agreed to buy more than ten acres from the city of San Jose for one hundred ten million dollars for part of its expansion in that city. It also bought the Chesapeake Commons office park in Sunnyvale earlier this year in San Francisco, Google least three hundred thousand square feet in the landmark building at one market. The former Salesforce headquarters building Google is now responsible for the largest and second largest twenty eighteen real estate acquisitions nationwide in March it paid two point four billion dollars for Chelsea market in Manhattan, a retail and office complex next to the company's offices at one eleven eighth avenue. The Britannia shoreline deal is the second largest, according to brokerage data. Google already occupies most of the Britannia shoreline offices, which linked in vacated after a 2016 land swap totaling over three million square feet in existing and planned buildings that helped each company console. Holiday it space. It is in clear how many Google employees worked there. But the space has room for more than five thousand the Mercury News first reported the Britannia deal, Irvine real estate firm HCP sold the property and made a seven hundred million dollar profit. According to records filed with the securities and Exchange Commission. The company said it would use the proceeds to pay down debt and by and develop new projects linked in which is now owned by Microsoft has a corporate campus that straddles Sunnyvale and Mountain View and also has a large office tower in San Francisco.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News time six nine. Sunnyvale is considering moving from an at large voting system to a district wide system for its city council. Elections KCBS reporter Keith Makoni says if it does so it will join the growing ranks of other bay area cities of all ready made that switch the Mercury News report that on Tuesday. Sunnyvale city council authorized the transition from its current at large system to one in which council members would be elected from seven distinct districts like other cities that have made the switch in recent years. Sunnyvale face the prospect of a legal challenge from advocates who argue that at large voting systems in some cases, violate the California Voting Rights Act by watering down the votes of minority communities threat is such that. Look, you can do it one of two ways you can wait for our lawsuit and see what happens in which could be very costly or you can just turn your government around KCBS political analyst Larry Gerston says that district voting systems do indeed lead to more diversity councils, and that's because people of similar ethnic origin, oftentimes cluster. Geographically district elections. You're going to see many people whose groups have not been represented previously. Suddenly now at the bargaining table district. Voting could be in place in Sunnyvale as soon as the fall twenty twenty general election, Keith Makoni, KCBS, the US postal service gearing up for the big Christmas, onslaught of packages and KCBS Jennifer Hodges says carriers will be starting work in the wee hours of the morning worried. There may not be enough time in a day the postal service ascending carriers out at five thirty in the morning Augie. Ruis is with the US postal service..
Waymo gets green light for robot cars in California no humans needed
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Waymo gets green light for robot cars in California. No humans needed by. Caroline said from business Waymo is the first company and California allow to test robot cars on public roads with no human driver behind the steering wheel. It said Tuesday, the California Department of motor vehicles has given way. Mo a permit for up to forty fully autonomous cars to drive both day and night on city streets rural highways and highways with posted speeds up to sixty five miles per hour. The company which is the self-driving unit of Google parent. Alphabet did not say how soon the vehicles might roll Waymo like most companies testing self-driving cars has long put backup drivers and engineers in the front seats vehicles for safety purposes and to gather data on the car's performance the permit. It has obtained is the first of its kind in the state our vehicles can safely handle fog and light rain. And testing those conditions is included in our permit. Waymo said in a blog post, we will gradually begin driverless testing on city streets in a limited territory and over time expand the area that we drive in as we gain confidence and experience the company's Chrysler Pacifica, white minivans will ditch drivers initially starting around. It's Mountain View headquarters and neighboring Sunnyvale Los Altos. Those outposts hills and Palo Alto Waymo employee's will still be aboard to start just not in the driver's seat. Eventually the company will offer rides to the public as it does in Arizona before expanding beyond those cities in Santa Clara county Waymo will follow the DMV requirements to notify new communities and submit a request to the DMV way moment is the progenitor of the worldwide race to develop autonomous cars after pioneering the field with a secretive moonshot project had Google that began in two thousand nine its success convinced others that atonomy was feasible in the near future. After prompting automakers technology companies and startups to pour billions of dollars into what they believe will be revolution. As transformative has the invention of the car itself. Waymo has been testing it driving fleet now roughly one hundred vehicles in California for years, but like the sixty other self-driving companies in California, it is had drivers ready to take control if something went wrong nationwide. It tests about six hundred cars in twenty five cities in February the California DMV finalized regulations for California cars to operate. Without drivers Waymo applied for a permit to do. So in April, California has been working toward this milestone for several years, and we will continue to keep the public safety in mind as this technology evolves. Said DNB director Jean Shamoto in a statement. However, some consumer advocates cautioned that they think robot cars aren't ready for public roads and threatens safety that argument gained credence with some high profile accidents, including. Luding one in Arizona in March. When an Uber self driving car struck and killed a pedestrian even though it detected her in the roadway ahead. The cars backup driver was watching a video. Although drivers are supposed to remain alert. The DMV is simply trusting Waymo without any real verification, and is putting our safety at risk said John Simpson privacy and technology director of consumer watchdog in a statement, he referred to drive list cars as a Kintu playing a video game. Except lives will be at stake. Some states such as Zona where Waymo has been testing truly a Thomas cars for over a year already allow no driver cars until now California only allowed them on private test tracks which as go meant him station in concord and the former castle airbase in Mercer county where Waymo tests to forego human drivers, the DMV requires companies to provide insurance or a bond of five million dollars and to self certified that they're autonomous cars can navigate roads and have been tested in the planned area. Of operations the cars must comply with all federal safety regulations. For now, that means robot cars must have steering wheels brake pedals and other manual controls. As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not yet issued waivers for cars to omit manual controls. Among other California requirements companies must have remote operators who can communicate with passengers and send the cars recommendations for how to proceed if the robots get stumped. Because of transmission delays, operators do not actually drive the cars remotely companies also must have a plan for interacting with law enforcement Waymo released its plan this month, it involves education for first responders and the ability for them to easily contact twenty four seven Waymo phone support way. Most permit allows the driverless cars to give rights only to employees and non paying members of the public. The DMV has a separate permit system for offering paid no driver rise in the Phoenix area. Waymo gives rides to about four hundred households. Is that use an app to summon? It's robot cars for their everyday trips to school, work nights out, etc. Most still operate with backup drivers help shape. The future of self driving cars says Waymo 's website forever since to apply as early writers. The company says Amazon is where it will. I offer a commercial robot taxi service, the company plans, a similar early writer program in California for people who live in its planned service area. But hasn't yet said when that will start. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
Facebook expands Menlo Park headquarters
"And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that
Humans—Not Technology—Are the Leading Cause of Self-Driving Car Accidents in California
"A careful look at accidents, involving self driving cars. Shows that the greatest danger on the road is still humans I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine with. Inside business in a study of vehicle incident reports in California axios filed that humans were at, fault in the, vast majority of accidents that. Occurred on the roads the, study spans the years twenty fourteen through twenty eighteen and found that. When the self-driving cars were in autonomous mode and driving on their own thirty. Eight, incidents occurred. While moving in thirty seven of those thirty eight. Cases, humans caused the accidents axios also found there were twenty four accidents when the vehicles were in autonomous mode and were stopped none of them were caused by the self driving technology when the cars were in conventional mode allowing human intervention the self driving technology caused Just six of the nineteen accidents when the cars were moving the conventional view in the technology and auto industries is that self driving cars are inevitable and. Will be central to the future of transportation while also being hugely safer than human driven vehicles yet, some drivers and non-drivers get anxious over the idea of a car driving itself and not giving a. Human easy control the study suggests humans are still the biggest problem sometimes in unexpected ways in three accident reports humans were found to have attacked or climbed on top of the self driving
Apple self-driving car found not to be at fault after being rear-ended
"Apple has just revealed one of it self driving test. Vehicles was involved in, a minor crash last week in, Sunnyvale California in a filing with the State Department of motor vehicles the company. Said a Nissan leaf rear ended the apple self-driving test car a Lexus Rx four fifty eight. While it was attempting, to merge onto. An expressway documents show the apple car was an autonomous mode. And travelling less than one mile per hour while attempting to merge. There was damage to both cars but no
"sunnyvale" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"In north west Dallas southbound. Thirty five walnut hill, accident in the two left lanes slowing traffic back to at least Royal heading out of Oakland northbound thirty-five. Light liked moderate traffic flow twenty on up to the downtown Dallas interchanges. Northbound sixty seven also, in good shape so far Duncanville to third the thirty-five emerge let's head over to Randy fuller with a check on that drive, along? Forty five northbound Forty-five from, Pennsylvania to seventy, five downtown it's pretty heavy in. That on that stretch and then heading out of Collin, county southbound seventy five from McKinney expect, thirty five minutes and, forty westbound, eighty from forty to Sunnyvale, it's looking pretty good and then you're clear to, six thirty five LBJ. Jillian Rogers with a check on north west Lupe twenty it. Appears as though. Construction is the culprit on eight twenty, going west so around Navajo Quebec we've got the left lane blocked and it's going to be for Pretty good, stretch back to. Jack Sparrow highway so while they're working to get that squared away we've got a delay from Azel avenue all the way over. To the lake worth bridge elsewhere east loop eight twenty north pipelines short-lived wreck everything looks good but when you're trying to get onto one eighty three it is going to slow. Over the precinct live, a role still seeing a little bit of a slow down in Irving northbound Bush turnpike before MacArthur debris. In the two left lanes slows you from before one eighty three I'm. Joyce Nielsen your, next, report at six thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen Sunny hazy and hot again today with a high in the mid nineties. Down into the, mid seventies tonight, and then. No change tomorrow, of anything a little warmer will be in the upper, nineties that's the forecast Friday Saturday Sunday Monday. Into the middle of next week there's just no change in this forecast no, rain either seventy four degrees, right now at KRLD in this portion of the news foreign lifestyles unlimited. Dot com. News traffic.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Let's take some calls we've got a lot on the table don't we just because it's friday before the these three day weekend man my foot toys on the gas pedal let's go to mike sunnyvale california the great k s f i lived in sunnyvale california for a period of time on a on a street called wax wing avenue go ahead mike thank you taking my call i been listening to you for many years read your books and especially the last one rediscovering america i know you you believe in the power or four and you use words like progressive every time because it would be much more descriptive if you use push saves while the only the only problem with that is nobody would know who i'm talking about no no let me stop i've written about this he should read my book amirah tokyo where explained that they're actually statists and i prefer the state word status in at the beginning of the book my last book rediscovering americanism and the progressivism i also explain why i'm using the word progressive they're not status because i have to use that word in a scholarly context explain what they say they are and what i say they're not so i can come on the air and keep calling them oppressive suppresses oppressive than somebody tunes in they have no idea what i'm talking about suggests that because it sounds similar i want wanna make the word progressive and the political context that they use it i want people to understand that we're talking about statism status these are people who believe in a centralized all powerful state to impose their agenda on you and me to wipe out the true notion of individualism which they redefine as a common.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"San francisco you in brighton beach that big spot for the rush russians all right i know that that that here in san francisco you get out towards the western part of the city he got you got your moldovia and see get your eastern europeans you got a lot of former soviets coppee thus madan you yeah thank you dave so i am what is it does anybody in the bay area walk around dropping to x tough richmond tough wall not creek tough sandra fell tough east palo alto gutted stuff little section zeros used to be this is true now you got like five star hotels law yes sunnyvale used to be a middle age did you ever if you ever hoop to fair oaks you may have got shanked i've been out there running neck oau had you though i have an obvious down there couldn't be any more yup beer they tried even down a ferrostaal big time thank you gugelmin goal and all those company oh yeah it's terrible question for anybody the does time down in sunnyvale there used to be a shoe show a fully nude no alcohol strip club down there and i am on my mind is blanking on the name of the and dave do you know which one wears it out ripe buy fair oaks and it was an all new no alcohol you could get a snapple and i remember one time getting off a plane from san diego and i was in the in the marines and hadn't straight there i figured i think it's close now not was it wasn't jaber not my finest moment okay a couple things to get to in by the way 95 says fake news p on puts upon a peanut butter on cereal no what nobody would ever do that now that's real news baby every day and i did it yesterday with hunting a cheerios and you'll know you know i take that peanut butter and i'll put it in my belly button i call it my belly bowl great for dip in crackers in never spills 80 it came br eight away k e r okay yesterday's real quick just on a serious tip here at o5 2003 washington state quarterback tyler who lansky who split time uh with luc falk last year and then who lansky started the ballgame which the.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Didn't contain any part of the human inadequate he's that's what you think of right you think of silent marketing i saw this article yesterday and it blew my mind as is this house in sunnyvale is just a normal house i mean it's the fourbedroom house it's less than two thousand square feet the system normal house it is sold for eight hundred thousand dollars over its listing price and sunnyvale it was listed for one point seven million dollars which is asinine is the how yes there that is the house we'll put it this up on our app on our web page because it it it blows your mind one point seven million dollars and that's not what it went for it went for two point five million dollars this house why location location location if like three and a half miles from apples news spaceship campus so those people have so much money that they can just the row it add your grandmother's house because it's close to work this this house just based on the architecture looks like it was built nineteen property right about i was gonna say late '50s early 60s yeah fourbedroom to bath less than two thousand square feet one of probably ten thousand house vitrac light in that area right so if you list for one point six eight and use sell for two and a half million one of the of the agents who represented the sellers said i think it's the most that anything has ever gone for over asking aides on yvette to understand sunnyvale sunny veils kinda like i am leg guarding grove or in anaheim you know it's it's not a ritzy place you've been seeing these deals uh these these homes go for a lot more than their worth in palo alto los altos mountain view those are those are swankier places those are more like yera laguna beach or you know that that that's how that is but that net that the property values are now going into sunnyvale and they're blowing up like this just shows how much money silicon valley people have i am and it's great if you live in sunnyvale and you're thinking about downsizing may be moving into a condo or something in selfrule killing the buyer works for the buyers i should say they work in technology not.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Didn't contain any part of the human inadequate he's that's what you think of right you think of silent marketing i saw this article yesterday and it blew my mind as is this house in sunnyvale is just a normal house i mean it's the fourbedroom house it's less than two thousand square feet the system normal house it is sold for eight hundred thousand dollars over its listing price and sunnyvale it was listed for one point seven million dollars which is asinine is the how yes there that is the house we'll put it this up on our app on our web page because it it it blows your mind one point seven million dollars and that's not what it went for it went for two point five million dollars this house why location location location if like three and a half miles from apples news spaceship campus so those people have so much money that they can just the row it add your grandmother's house because it's close to work this this house just based on the architecture looks like it was built nineteen property right about i was gonna say late '50s early 60s yeah fourbedroom to bath less than two thousand square feet one of probably ten thousand house vitrac light in that area right so if you list for one point six eight and use sell for two and a half million one of the of the agents who represented the sellers said i think it's the most that anything has ever gone for over asking aides on yvette to understand sunnyvale sunny veils kinda like i am leg guarding grove or in anaheim you know it's it's not a ritzy place you've been seeing these deals uh these these homes go for a lot more than their worth in palo alto los altos mountain view those are those are swankier places those are more like yera laguna beach or you know that that that's how that is but that net that the property values are now going into sunnyvale and they're blowing up like this just shows how much money silicon valley people have.
"sunnyvale" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To four or click the contact us link on our website wait wait that npr dot org you can find out about it attending our weekly live shows back at the chase bank auditorium in chicago also you all know our friend paula pounds nomo starting next weekend she has a new podcast of her own in which each week she searches for knowledge where she puts it tries to get less stupid one topic at a time polls podcast is called live from the poundstone institute he can subscribe now she says her mediocre potash are are they don't tell me liam how are ya but he warned sunnyvale california that silicon valley light yeah so are you are you one of those gods of tech boom everybody there is a billionaire of course why am omega from the yes exactly welcome to the show liam bill curtis is going to read you three newsrelated limerick lacerated phrase missing from each of them if you can fill in that last where to phrase correctly into the limits will be a winner are you ready to play hold on all right his warmed up is ready to go here's your first limerick in this steel town where i'm forced to dwell there's a week that no breeze can dispel to save all the noses at pittsburgh exposes this ad let's be track the weird mouth yes smell there's a new phone app called smell p g h and it allows users to track and report weird smells they encounter throughout pittsburgh the posted information is visible to other users including descriptors like location nature intensity and rothliseberger unice it's perfect.