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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"As firefighters in Napa and Sonoma County's work to get the blaze under control. The north end of the fire near Mount ST Helene A continues to be the most active Cal fire incident. Meteorologist Tom Bird says conditions are still very dry, but the weather Is going to be a little bit better bit by bit throughout the week each day, as we go through the week starts to cool, expecting that ridge of high pressure to drop and we start to slowly gain some relative humidity. Both of those along with lowering winds across the region will really help us to moderate these fire weather conditions as we get to mid week and beyond. Because of the better conditions, air tankers were able to get over the fire and drop retardant on it, helping to increase the containment. Well by the end of the week, there could be some much needed rain here in Northern California, KCBS the Susan Kennedy reports, Any rain could be a big help for firefighters. Weather models are pointing to rain on Friday and Saturday. Kristic is a professor of wild land fires and fuel management at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo says that no doubt will help firefighters. Rainfall is going to help her charge of the fire spread, and if we have enough rain on there It'll also inhibit any new expressions. The amount of rain could be fairly significant three quarters to an inch. In addition to the wet weather, forecasters say there will be a drop in the jet stream patterns in the high pressure system. We'll be moving on meaning cooler temperatures, which should also help firefighters. A good portion of Northern California is experiencing abnormally dry, too extreme drought conditions with San Francisco and San Jose's rainfall for the past year at 49% of normal. Susan Kennedy, KCBS just ahead on KCBS, a Bay area celebrity stepping up to help feed the fire fighters who are working on the glass fire. Of traffic and weather together on the aides for this report. We're heading down to the South Bay specifically to sandals A with Ted Raimi and we're going back to this accident. Westbound to 37 on the off ramp. Zanker..

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To get the upper hand on the glass fire burning in Napa and cinema counties. The north end of the fire near Mount ST Helene A continues to be the most active area Cal Fire incident, A meteorologist Tom Bird says conditions are still very dry, but the weather Will be a little bit better bit by bit throughout the week. Each day as we go for the week starts to cool, expecting that ridge of high pressure to drop and we start to slowly gain some relative humidity. Both of those along with lowering winds across the region will really help us to moderate these fire weather conditions as we get to mid week and beyond. Because of the better conditions, air tankers were able to get over the fire and drop retardant on it helping increase containment. We expect to get an update from Cal fire on how the fire did overnight within the next hour, so By the end of the week. There could be some much needed rain here in Northern California, KCBS Susan Kennedy reports Any rain could be a big help toe firefighters. Weather models are pointing to rain on Friday and Saturday. Kristic is a professor of wild land fires and fuel management at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo says that no doubt will help firefighters. Rainfall is going to help retards of the fire spread. And if we have enough rain on this It'll also inhibit any new expressions. The amount of rain could be fairly significant three quarters to an inch. In addition to the wet weather, forecasters say there will be a drop in the jet stream patterns in the high pressure system. We'll be moving on meaning cooler temperatures, which should also help firefighters. A good portion of Northern California is experiencing abnormally dry, too extreme drought conditions with San Francisco and San Jose's rainfall for the past year at 49% of normal. Susan Kennedy, KCBS just ahead on KCBS, a Bay area celebrity stepping up to help feed firefighters who were out working on the glass fire. Six away. We have traffic and weather together. Apparently, we have a pretty serious accident to report this morning and Martinez Ted, How's the details for you? 10? Thank you. Yes, This is an earlier.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | Last month

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of physical. They're the large outdoor mass was conducted by Archbishop Salvatore Quarter Leoni in San Francisco. Jeffrey Shab KCBS as the US surpasses 200,000 lives lost to cope in 19 KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports a San Francisco man who was at the forefront of the AIDS pandemic. Is calling for a national week of remembrance. There's a lot of people out there in this country today who are deep in grief, and we need to address that. Cleve Jones, who co founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and came up with the AIDS Memorial, Quilt, says while the diseases are different Is one thing. The current Corona virus pandemic has with the AIDS pandemic that began in 1981. So many people have died alone in these sterile hospital room, surrounded only by technicians wearing has bad suits. You haven't been able to have their spouse or their childhood. Their parents, they're holding their head, Jones says. The number of cases and deaths is only going to grow, and we need to come together and act with compassion. He, along with a network of people are planning a national week of remembrance. For those who have been lost to covert 19 years are Vigils online activities. I think we can really shine a light on who's dying? What they look like what their families are like. And what with the job that they did. The week of remembrance will be held October 4th through the 11th. Susan Kennedy KCBS, although it spare. The air alert was issued for the Bay Area yesterday because of smoke from California's wildfires. The situation is expected to somewhat be improved today and tomorrow air quality expected to be in the good to moderate range not expected to exceed the national 24 hour health standard. Either Today or tomorrow. Smoke from the wildfires in northern California may drip south into the Bay Area, but will most likely impact on ly the North Bay area where hazy skies may be evident. Just ahead on KCBS. I'm Jennifer Hodges. How one organization is helping teens who were depressed during the cove it pandemic. KCBS his time. One away traffic and weather together. Caroline Burns updates the roads. Well, I'm sure anybody who was stuck in the back up in the West found direction of the Sabbath tale bridges now.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Telly car went off the roadway. They're not causing any slowing ch Beyond scene. Looks like they will need a tow truck. You're next update 7 18 on the traffic leader, Casey. On the weather forecast around the bay Today will start the day with some morning clouds by the coast and then sun with hazy conditions and smoky skies. Temperatures expected to be in the seventies toe low eighties by the Bay Upper eighties toe Low nineties inland, Smoky but clear skies expected tonight with the light breeze and tomorrow will be another Nice day, slightly warmer. But still sunny traffic and weather together on the eights on all news, one of 69 and Am 7 40 KCBS K. C. B s news time 7 10. The state legislature is meeting in rare weekend sessions to tackle dozens of measures before they adjourn for the year. On Monday, KCBS the Susan Kennedy reports among the bills moving closer to passage. Is one that would require corporations to increase diversity on their board, citing the Corona virus pandemics disproportionate effect on minorities and the unrest following the death of George Floyd, the state Legislature is on the verge of passing a first in the nation law that would require California corporations to include at least one person from an underrepresented community on their boards by the end of next year. The diversity bill, which passed the Senate on the 26 to 8 roll call vote would expand the requirement to to racial or sexual minorities. At the end of 2022 on boards with 49 directors and at least three such members on boards with nine or more directors. The measure carries finds of $100,000 for the first violation and 300,000 for repeat violations. It now returns to the assembly for a final vote. Susan Kennedy KCBS an update.

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At least 2 people fighting California's raging fires die as thousands flee homes

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

At least 2 people fighting California's raging fires die as thousands flee homes

"Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. Authorities say At least one resident has now died in the wildfires that a raging through Northern California And threatening tens of thousands of homes. Solano County Sheriff Thomas Ferrara announced the man's death this afternoon, but he did not have additional details. At least two other people have died. In the dozens of major fires that have forced tens of thousands of people from their homes in the Bay Area.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On local health officials and doubts KCBS the Susan Kennedy reports the sama have had enough seven local public health officials in California alone have either resigned or have announced they intend to walk away from their jobs I've never seen anything like this story trouble Freeman with the national association of county and city health officials as local health officials have been under attack because of shelter in place orders and pandemic guideline sixteen everything from the just general had harassment of the public health official we've heard stories of their own personal addresses being revealed publicly in public meetings the names of their families in Colorado we've had at instances of actually seeing like physical attacks Freeman says people need to understand that a public health officials only goal is to keep them safe or not going to be able to do that if folks view these actions that are recommended to keep you safe is being oppressive or or is somehow tied to politics or some effort to diminish your right it has nothing to do with that we are in the middle of a pandemic Susan Kennedy case CBS well last we've been reporting on KCBS Monterey county hotels bars and museums have reopened and as we hear from KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross officials are encouraging local residents to take advantage of all the county has to offer before visitors return in force a lot of Monterey county businesses depend on tourists retold in bacha which is with the convention and visitors bureau tourism is extremely vital and important to our economy here it's the number one on the Monterey peninsula it's also the second largest income driver for the entire Monterey county but open wineries museums and hotels can't guarantee that out of towners will be flocking back right away so did buckle it says bureau officials are focusing on county residents first and encouraging them to get out and explore their own backyard we're promoting deals that are specific to locals so we're trying to really embrace them and show them like now is the time that you guys can enjoy the beautiful outdoors amazing scenic views that we have here in Monterey county safety protocols such as social distancing and mask requirements.

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Scientists funded by Zuckerberg criticize Facebook's inaction on Trump posts

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Scientists funded by Zuckerberg criticize Facebook's inaction on Trump posts

"Say president trump should not be allowed to use Facebook to spread misinformation KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports they've penned a letter this weekend to mark Zuckerberg calling on him to take action more than a hundred sixty scientists have signed a letter to Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg including dozens were doing research funded by Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla chan and others who were employees of their foundations they say Facebook should not be allowing the president to use the platform to spread misinformation and incendiary language that harms people especially now with racial injustice in the spotlight they specifically are objecting to the president's post that stated when the looting starts the shooting starts a statement they feel clearly was meant to incite violence second work is so far refused to take down or label post by the president says he will review possible additional options for handling content that violates or partially violates Facebook policies

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"London Bridge good afternoon I'm Susan Kennedy KCBS news time four thirty one the latest now from CBS news CBS news update many parts of the U. S. you're facing some nasty weather is people have home from their thanksgiving holiday flight cancellations and delays are already reporting Denver and Chicago is a big storm moves from west to east CBS news weather contributed Jeff bird daily Sunday an ice storm moves into Pennsylvania New York events in New York City is going to be in that ice for the second half of the day then it turns into a nor Easter for everybody changes to snow even down to the coast of New York Boston that continues into Monday night and then ends on Tuesday morning and because of all that I think the the flight please will probably start to build during the day Sunday across the northeast this man so many get out of a TF green airport in Rhode Island six o'clock flight money moan and then first off the plane probably won't get in Sunday night so that's the stuff out of it blizzard conditions are slamming the high plains Duluth Minnesota is issued and no travel advisory because of what it says maybe a historic storm CBS news update I'm Sam lets sing and of course we have a lots of wind and rain this weekend Casey this is Tim Ryan reports on the storms in the bay area as well as the Sierra National Weather Service chief meteorologist wind Walgren tells KCBS the entire listening area will get substantial rain the coastal hills in particular were forty eight inches of rain could fall between now and Wednesday it's a good news story in some ways Robert the coming out of a very Dr also a lot of the rainfall is going to be beneficial for the reservoirs in the main stem river so we do have a lot of storage capacity there we can expect winds gusting in excess of fifty miles an hour a severe high wind watch now in effect and of course that could prove problematic we do expect that we'll get some urban and small stream flooding throughout the bay area on the road which is due to the prolonged amount of rainfall in the heavy rain rate heaviest rain late Saturday into early Sunday he says to real headlines with this storm the potential for mudslides in the king case burn area of cinema county where officials are on high alert trouble in second tough travel authorities are saying it'll be foolish to travel to or from Tahoe and those flying home after a thanksgiving visit best pack a double dose of patience Tim Ryan KCBS isis is claiming responsibility for the knife attack on London Bridge that killed two people CBS news correspondent Holly Williams has the latest details in a sickening irony he launched his attack while attending a conference on rehabilitating prisoners one of his victims was an organizer of the conference Jack merit described by his father as a beautiful spirit today the British prime minister Boris Johnson visited the scene and like so.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Susan Kennedy here's what's happening a woman and her dog are dead after a hit and run accident in the city of Fremont KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports police are hoping the public can help them find the person responsible she was local this is a seventy two year old woman was just out walking her dog in fact she lived in the neighborhood that sergeant Daniel o'connell with Fremont police the woman was in the crosswalk on Niles Boulevard when she and her dog were hit witnesses say the man responsible got out of his car took a look at her on the ground and then laughed the suspects described as a white male fifty years with the gray hair and glasses and drives a grey sedan this anybody knows somebody who matches and now as a front end damage to his vehicle we'd like to talk to that person the Niles holiday parade and festivities were under way at the time of the accident so all of Fremont PT's traffic officers were working mandatory overtime they were on the scene in minutes in Fremont Jennifer Hodges KCBS one time quarterback for the Oakland Raiders was listed in stable condition in a Pennsylvania hospital after being stabbed early Saturday and it's Pittsburgh apartment KCBS is Tim Ryan tells us new details are being released to the domestic violence case involving thirty year old to roll prior to real prior who was drafted by the raiders out of Ohio state in twenty eleven playing for the team for a couple of years walked into an E. R. in Pittsburgh with several stab wounds a woman was arrested on an attempted murder charge well prior was arrested for alleged assault retired mercury news sports columnist an adjunct professor at San Jose state mark Purdy says prior is made headlines throughout his career and they weren't always positive he left Ohio state early because was uncommon in a controversy or scandal suppose we sold memorabilia to a booster who then resold at and prior got some money so he was ruled ineligible prior one of those rare NFL owners who played both quarterback and wide receiver one particular where he threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and everyone says Hey you know we the raiders might have something here is accuracy is a pastor was a great price bouncing around the NFL last suited up with the Jacksonville Jaguars but he was cut during the preseason Tim Ryan KCBS in the big server there is expected be another round of closures of highway one Caltrans says the heavy rain has increase the risk of landslides on the rugged coastal highway in Monterey county agency is planning to close the road near Paul slide at mile marker twenty one point five after five o'clock this afternoon and they will close the freeway or the highway I should say of mud creek near mile marker nine at nine o'clock tomorrow morning Kate is been a trouble spot during storms for big big storms for decades since the nineteen twenties landslides have buried highway one in the Big Sur area more than sixty times just out on KCBS we well let's take a look at what good bard passengers can expect in the new year and his four oh eight first for traffic we are heading to the traffic center now it's where we find that remake it we've heard from many members of the case to be as full force about this situation San Jose eighty north bound a basket with tree down blocking the three right lanes there waiting for cal transcripts to arrive to get this up and get it cleared estimated time of when these lanes will be cleared for right now you're backed up to the seventy to eighty interchange and traffic it's bill back on to two eighty north out of you see anything do you need to let us know about you can get us on the phone for four five three nine one KCBS that's four one five three nine one five two two seven you can also let us know on Twitter at Casey B. S. A. M. F. M. traffic we're still looking at two crashes in the Santa Cruz mountains seventeen northbound and southbound at route just near the summit both involve overturned vehicles the south that one is blocking both planes expected big back up there the northbound one is only blocking the right hand lane and the an album that we have a new accident maybe westbound before Gilman this one is blocking the middle lane we're gonna be slow from the five eighty interchange were also monitoring of acts in one a creek six a north bound before right dear it's off to the right hand shoulder your next traffic update for eighteen on traffic leader KCBS and we are expecting more rain tonight windy conditions with our highs in the fifties tomorrow rain windy with highs again in the fifties you have a wind advisory in effect as well as a flash flood watch in effect for the north the interior valleys as well as the North Bay mountains traffic and weather together on the eight song is one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time at four oh nine mark passengers ride the rails on Sundays can expect some changes in the new year he's yes is Bob other reports those changes will affect those riders heading to and from San Francisco International Airport.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Feel worse Scott with Terry KCBS the shooting at the Gilroy garlic festival has shaken the community and as KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports one county official says more than soul searching needs to be done the shooting of the Gilroy garlic festival was heart wrenching for Santa Clara county supervisor Dave Cortes C. family members from our own community here was our allies and serve once is really bring home for all of us since the gunmen entered by cutting through a fence to avoid metal detectors Cortez he says he and other elected officials we have to really think about how to keep these kinds of events safe we needed to go out deeper to figure out what more we need to do to make sure that we don't have to cancel events like this or go without immensely because we need to have our men so we need to have them be safe over a hundred thousand people attend the annual three day event Susan Kennedy key CBS will check your money this early Monday morning in ninety seconds is considered to be the top jewelry designer from then a lot of people would say William Henry William Henry designer pocket knives are the manly as one okay also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s and real estate donations that resource is women in many of the world's poorest communities women are denied a significant role so often their talent and potential remain care we sending country after country that empowering women is.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For Susan Kennedy tonight. I'm Kim foster here is what's happening at this hour. The chief of the San Francisco police department is apologizing for his officers raids of a local journalists home and office. KCBS gentlemen, reports. Bill Scott admits, the searches may have been a legal after saying in a Tuesday, press conference that police had some reflection to do about the may tenth searches of Brian Carmody is home and office on Friday, chief Bill, Scott told KPI x five, we have some serious concerns about we may have violated show, and we have to get into the dig into everything in this investigation. He mentioned California's shield law, which protects journalists from revealing their confidential sources and prohibits searches like the ones SF conducted in this case, one of comedies lawyers. Ben Berkowitz glad to see that. The mayor has called for an independent invest. Allegation PD in the city needs to engage in a very serious review of SPD's conduct here and figure out what went wrong and take steps to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again, he'd also like to hear assurances from PD that it will not use any of the information it might have gained from the searches police have been looking for the source inside their department who leaked to Carmody a report on the death of public defender. Jeff Adachi gentlemen, KCBS. Meanwhile chief Scott's apology has the union for San Francisco. Police officers calling on him to resign. SF president, Tony Montoya says it Scott is not accepting responsibility for the investigation that he ordered and closely monitoring completely flip flopped, he was seventy two hours ago and for the chief to deny any knowledge or have any culpability on this, and then basically throw the members that he charged with his investigation out of the bus is complete. Unacceptable insist that, if the officers involved had known that Carmody was a journalist protected under California's shield law, they would not have written the search warrants. He believes it was Scott's job to tell them because the chiefs office issues, press credentials, the saying in a statement, the department of police accountability will investigate how the case was handled at all levels, including chief, Scott's conduct in order to provide answers bowing to public pressure. Nonprofit organization has withdrawn its application to the state asking for permission to hand out needles in Santa Cruz county, KCBS Jennifer Hodges has that story. It's not as if Santa Cruz county residents and government officials don't realize the benefit of a one on one needle exchange program. However, we also need to not have needles in our parks in our beaches. We need to connect people to services, so they can get treatment to get clean Santa Cruz county supervisor Ryan Kundi..

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. It's ten thirty one through the news update. Six months after the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre, gunshots rang out at another Jewish house of worship with deadly consequences. This time near San Diego where a gunman opened fire. One woman died rabbi and two others were wounded one of them just an eight year old child fairly investigators homicide. We're also looking at the the hate crime possible. Violation as well as federal civil rights violations. The sheriff says they do have a suspect in custody. They picked him up a short distance from the sea. Now the synagogue was hosting its Passover celebration. So it's likely there were a lot more people there than usual correspondent Carter Evanson with more security consultant paulviollis, taking care of the crime scene. There sequestering witnesses that knowing actually walks away that has pertinent information. They have the individual in custody and legal on the other side of he'll kind of service officers gonna move towards the team search warrants put a subject home devices. Bs news update, I'm Tom Foty. KCBS news time ten thirty two. The economy is doing better than experts had predicted the Commerce Department says gross domestic product grew by more than three percent during the first three months of the year. Forecasters had expected the government shutdown in the extreme cold on the east coast literary chill the nation's economy KCBS this John Bristow talks about what's driving the unexpected growth with financial advisor, George from the Chetty vice president. With Morgan Stanley in walnut creek. We got a very good report card. The gross domestic product is a measure of all goods and services salting United States, not import your exports just internal consumption here in the United States, and it came in at three point two. So the president has been talking three percent GDP in everybody's disclaiming. All the economists have come in about two percent. So Friday's report was a huge surprise with a one percent differential, which is positive for. Okay. Take us to econ wanna one here and talk about the gross domestic product. What what does that really mean? There are two things that we look at first one as you mentioned, the gross domestic product, and that is our internal spending here in the United States. We are a big big consumer here in the United States and almost self sufficient in many ways because we spent so much money here. It doesn't include imports or exports. It just includes internal consumption, the GNP gross national product is one that includes exports and imports. So that will be really care about the most important one is our eternal spending in some. Yeah. It happened in a big way this first quarter, essentially because governments spent more we had a very cold fourth quarter. And there was a lot of inventory that was built up a lot of inventory was sold. Now here in the first quarter without expensive building that inventory. We also had a tax refunds to come in. This. We had about one hundred seventy million Americans received the tax refund with an average of about three thousand dollars the immediately pay off debt, they they spend that never some savings. Also. So it's those types of things that happened here in the first quarter that was excellent. 'cause we'd like to have a three percent economy. We think we're were two percent that but it was good to see that kind of a number come out. Okay. So as always, George, we know there is always something lurking in shadows. Something around the bend anything that might kind of turn things upside down could be quite frankly, do expect a slower economy in the second half of the year. And that's because of the tax cuts that happened in two thousand seventeen we're kind of seeing. You know, less of a tailwind with that and less of an affected out in the second half of the year. And we're also seeing government spending going down. And so we expect economy to start trending about two percent. Heck we were wrong in the first quarter. And you know, you know, maybe things are better than we think they are especially if we can start exporting more exports have slowed down, and that's taken away a little bit from our economy. So the United States are critically important for our economy and also for the global economy Varley, George we're looking pretty good. And when things do look there turn out to be better than what the experts say. Do they at all kind of pullback and the next forecast the offer is maybe a little more conservative. Absolutely. If you look at the first quarter of the year, we saw the stock market go from well, if you look at the five hundred started out at about two thousand five hundred and now we're trending more towards three thousand that's about an eighteen percent increase in just a matter of three months. So that's rather euphoric people get excited about it. And what that does. That's simply just raises the cost of stocks over period of time. So if you go back to last year of September when the s&p five hundred hit the same peak, we've been had a very very quick downside. And you remember December. We're down about ten percents. So now, we're kind of at that inflection point again before stock market, and I think investors really need to be cautious in terms of where they're invested. All the United States, and they wanna cut back a little bit and distribute a little bit more to Europe and developing markets and also put some in fixed income we history in September that could be repeating itself. Very surely insect Martin that is George Chetty vice president with Morgan Stanley in walnut creek. Well, tens of millions of Americans won't be getting away for the summer this year, and it's because of money a report flynt's at thirty nine million US adults won't be enjoying a summer vacation this year day to day expenses are getting in the way followed by efforts to pay down debt as gestion for those having to stay home this summer.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. It's ten thirty one. News update almost a month into the longest shutdown of government agencies in history. President Trump had a new proposal for congressional Democrats formed nearly six billion dollars worth of border wall. He wants in that Mexico was not paying for in exchange for temporary immigration protection for young people brought here illegally if we build a powerful and fully designed see-through steel barrier on our southern border the crime rate and drug problem in our country. Would be quickly and greatly reduced some say it could be cut in half say nowhere, including democratic congressional leaders who remain strongly opposed to funding Awal by any revise name or description. There's also a lot of cynicism on Democrats part about this deal for a lot of Democrats on the hill. They're saying that it was the president who ended DACA who ended TPS and for him to offer to put those back on the table is not much of a concession would be us as Rebecca Kaplan CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty KCBS news time, ten thirty two. It's a scary sight where an explosion in central Mexico. Killed nearly two dozen people in seriously burned dozens more the people were allegedly trying to tap into an oil pipeline CBS news. Correspondent scores pundit Adrian Baird is there the locals are saying look, you can't really blame people for doing this. We don't have any infrastructure here. Some of the more adolescents going in and taking the gasoline. Some of the victims were Atta lessons minors. And they doing this but not to steal and make a ton of money. But because if they don't have to pay twenty pesos a liter for gasoline it it's twenty paces in their pocket. So that's the reason that is being given by most of the people who are involved in this practice the fireball that engulfed locals collecting the gasoline and underscores the dangers of an epidemic of fuel theft. And Mexico's president has vowed to fight winter weather is striking across parts of the country blocking roads and wreaking havoc on the interstates in Ohio WB NS television meteorologist Jeff booth says snow is on the way for everyone who to four and a lot of central Ohio little more off to the northwest. This is kind of how it's looking like it'll break down. There could be some spots in the far north of getting around five if not a little more maybe upwards of ten this'll be up towards that Mansfield area three to six just north and northwest.

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KCBS All News

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Moves closer to the US Mexico border, nearly six thousand active-duty troops are waiting. It's a rival the president said he has authorized the use of extreme measures to control the crowd after they're going to use lethal force. I've given the okay. Yeah. A White House official says Mr. Trump approved a memo from chief of staff John Kelly to the department of defense allowing use of force including lethal force. Where necessary, but it's illegal for the military to act as a police force Defense Secretary James Mattis, characterize the memo as more of a request not an order. President Trump also warned that the government may close in December. If congress doesn't change immigration laws to include funding for his proposed wall. The wall is just a part of border secure, very important. I'd probably the most important part. But could there be a shutdown? It certainly could and the president continued his public feud with chief Justice John Roberts. He issued a rare statement defending federal judges after Mr. Trump claimed those appointed by democratic presidents make partisan rulings. John Roberts has been speaking a little bit about it. And I think we've had letter respect for my like him, and I respect him. But I think we have to use some commonsense. And President Trump continues to stand by his decision. Not to further punish Saudi Arabia or its crown prince for the kid. Killing of journalist Jamal kashogi. He tweeted, and he talked about the kingdom's role in keeping oil prices down and said, it is investing billions in the US. The president also said the CIA has not determined if the crown prince ordered the murder despite reports that it has ouija Jiang reporting from Florida spending the holiday with relatives can be somewhat stressful. No secret there. Well, KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports on ways to keep the conversations. Civil holidays are stressful enough, but in these political times the conversation can be explosive Peggy win marriage and family psychotherapists in the bay area says it's always helpful to ask questions when you disagree with a political position. What makes them feel the way they do what makes them think that and and not necessarily trying to get the other person to see your point of view, sometimes that just doesn't work. So she suggests talking about the food your kids and diverting to a different kind of question. What was the most? Interesting thing you saw today on your drive over here. And why what was interesting about it? And maybe that's a table game. Where you go around the table sending ground rules about no politics can also be helpful. And just keep in mind that these are your loved ones, Susan Kennedy. He CBS. Okay. Well, the government and the movement that is the movement is growing in coastal cities to ban plastic drinking straws and CBS news correspondent Tony dokoupil. Reports of the idea began here in California, and apparently is spreading you don't think much about a straw. That. Is of course, until it fails,.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Susan Kennedy. Keeping the peace set your holiday gathering talking about politics and religion the. The economy can all be extremely stressful. KCBS news time three forty five. What's going on in sports, Joe? Well, Kerry, it's all about the NFL on thanksgiving. Three games today. Game number two. He's into the third quarter. And the Redskins have their first lead of the day leading the Cowboys and big d thirteen to ten as Colt McCoy now the starting quarterback with Alex Smith done for the year. He's throwing two touchdown passes. Today. The latest ten yard strike to Trey Quinn to give Washington. The lead though, the Cowboys now are moving they are about to score a touchdown on a Dak Prescott touchdown pass. And so the Cowboys are back in front now by a score of sixteen to thirteen pending the extra point which this year in the NFL is not a given. In fact, Washington missed the extra point on their last touchdown drive. But again Dallas answered a Dak Prescott first touchdown strike of the day. Zeki? Oh Elliott with. Sixteen yard touchdown run. So again, the Cowboys in front again sixteen to thirteen as the extra point in the third quarter. Earlier the bears beat the lions in Detroit twenty three to sixteen the bears defense, which has been so good all year. I did the job in the fourth quarter. Eddie Jackson, picking off a Matthew Stafford pass returning it. Forty one yards to break, a sixteen all tie. And then Stanford. Stafford was intercepted on the.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's eight oh, five of the bay area's news station. KCBS we've had some smoky skies continuing around the bay area this evening with lows in the thirties and forties. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. We have new information on the campfire evening. The death toll continues to rise in. What is now? The most destructive wildfire in California history. Buchanan sheriff and coroner Corey Honi says the number of deaths in deaths in the campfire is now at twenty nine. An additional six human remains were recovered, which brings our current total to twenty nine those remains recovered. We're located in paradise. Five of them were in homes. One was in a vehicle. Campfire now matches the number of deaths from California's deadliest fire which happened in nineteen thirty three and was the Griffith park fire in Los Angeles, which also claimed twenty nine lives and twenty five people died in the nineteen ninety one East Bay hills. Firestorm. Sheriff Tony says that they'll be relying on DNA testing to help identify. The remains recovered some two hundred and twenty eight people are still unaccounted for in the sheriff's department has set up three hotlines for people to report someone who might be missing from the fire a campfire. In the meantime, has grown to one hundred and eleven thousand acres. It is now twenty five percent contained state is getting mutual aid from seven states, and every firefighting aircraft in the country is now available on being used to fight the three major fires burning in California. Governor Brown also has requested a FEMA disaster declaration and the state is setting up local assistance centers to help people receive appropriate aid since the fire county began Thursday morning over sixty. Seven hundred structures. Mostly homes have been destroyed and officials say the town of paradise has been completely devastated. KCBS is Jeffrey shops spent this morning getting a firsthand look at paradise. The thornberrys plan to step up efforts to recover and identify people who died in this fire Butte county sheriff Corey Honi told reporters that pathologists and other DNA experts would arrive today here in paradise. We brought in the department of Justice's DNA lab truck, and we are setting up a process where.

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"Belligerent and aggressive": Brett Kavanaugh's Yale classmate says he was heavy drinker

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

"Belligerent and aggressive": Brett Kavanaugh's Yale classmate says he was heavy drinker

"Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. It's ten thirty one to news update, the US, Canada and Mexico again in a three way regional trade agreement. US Canada part of the deal came just before a Monday deadline following weeks of bitter negotiations. Foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk trade between the three partners affects jobs and profits in all three countries. And all wanted to get a deal done before the change of government in Mexico in two

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KCBS, Florence KCBS and North Carolina discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

KCBS, Florence KCBS and North Carolina discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Happening Palo Alto university. Professor is the woman who is accusing the supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. Christine lazy Ford has told the Washington Post that cavenaugh assaulted her when they were both teenagers in high school more than thirty years ago. Cavenaugh has denied the allegations. I'm a committee vote. Tom Kavanagh's nomination is now scheduled for Thursday, several key Democrats in at least one Republican now say that that should be postponed. CBS news legal analysts Ricky Cleveland says an accusation coming from a reputable person really cannot be swept aside happened in high school or whether it happened ten minutes ago or ten years. The reality is that it's an allegation that has to be dealt with. And there are now calls for the confirmation vote to be

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FAA, KCBS and Christine Falvo discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:17 min | 2 years ago

FAA, KCBS and Christine Falvo discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"After, eight years of construction the long-awaited grand opening hell today for the Salesforce transit, center in San, Francisco Casey. Keep men Coney reports transit officials decided to celebrate the occasion with, a big. Block party A huge, crowd turned out for the opening which include music arts and crafts and a chance to walk across. What will. Be a dedicated, bridge for buses but. Christine Falvo spokesperson for the transbay joint powers authority says I think most people today really just want to. Get a glimpse of, the part that the five point four acre rooftop park at the transit center that has a children's play area

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Weekend of windy, hot weather could drive California flames into new areas

KCBS Radio Weekend News

06:20 min | 2 years ago

Weekend of windy, hot weather could drive California flames into new areas

"CBS news It's four five at the bay area's news, station KCBS some sunshine today with temperatures ranging from the sixties. To the coast. To the nineties inland check your full forecast, in just a few minutes afternoon I'm Susan Kennedy and here's what's happening. By police have identified the man suspected of a stabbing at the MacArthur Bart station Friday. Night as Solomon Espinosa case guesses Keith men. Coney reports they're asking for the public's help, in tracking him down the assault took place just before eight pm. Friday evening on board of Richmond bound train to male victims sustained cuts. One to his arm another to his face deputy chief lands hate with Bart. Police says, the suspect fled the train after it arrived at the MacArthur station then he says the victims also exited the train went downstairs and reported the incident there were Bart. Police officers on the scene and Oakland police officers as, well. Hate says the victim's injuries were serious but not life threatening, the assault was caught on camera although. It is still unclear What led up to it police are now circulating photos of the suspect believed to be a transient man living in the Oakland. Area through the media and on the. Bart website, if anyone sees Mr. Espinosa they. Should contact the police if anyone has information about this incident if they witnessed. The incident they can call our Bart, police department at five. Zero four six four seven thousand, in Oakland Keith Makoni KCBS Well the governor, is now upgrading his request to the White, House asking the president to, declare the northern California. Wildfires fires major disaster KCBS this gentlemen reports on the governor's visit to reading where one of those fires burn more than a thousand homes federal disaster declaration would make more money available to. Survivors of the fires in the form of food and legal aid for example it would also help state local and tribal governments rebuild damaged infrastructure like power plants in Bridget's governor Brown said, he's confident. President Trump will grant California's. Request these kind of horrible situations bring people together regardless of the lesser kind of ideologies and partisan considerations asked about his impressions of the destruction around. Redding round said gonna be ready we gotta reexamine the. Way we miniature forest builder houses where, we build them how we, build them and how much we invest in our, fire, protection, service, is, visit comes as firefighters, face red flag Conditions with low humidity and strong winds the car fire and Mendocino complex are still growing and, together have already burned nearly. As, many acres as Cal fire counted in all of twenty seventeen, gentleman KCBS KCBS news time now I two four, zero seven there. Were. Some new information on the power of the fire vortex that occurred during the car fire KCBS as making goals. Be reports the so-called fire tornado that ripped through a reading neighborhood may have been the biggest such event ever reported. In the, US the highest winds we might see in most, of California during saved a winter storm would, be seventy to eighty miles, per hour this fire. Tornado was basically twice that up two hundred and forty miles per hour will pie meteorologist with the national weather service says that's stronger than typical mid west tornado it tore roofs off of. Homes uprooted trees not mention it was made a fire these wind world's start with a combination of berry hot fire on the ground on dry brush and very hot conditions like the weather, in reading Subtract any breeze and that hot air is moving straight up into the sky, generating very strong winds and The Ford Texas and NATO's, national, weather service officials say this may have been the most powerful fire tornado, in California on record, making gold speak KCBS and that. Fire is about forty one percent. Contained at this point nearly one hundred and forty two thousand acres case. Against news time out I four traffic. In the traffic center it's Amanda All right Lafayette westtown twenty four traffic slowing, down at Oak Hill there's a. Car fire off to the right side pleasant hill road and see HP's out there actually, gonna shut the, off ramp at pleasant hill road as they tried to clear this out. Of the way there's also a crash reported before central Lafayette if you're. Continuing westbound on twenty four, car, hit something in the roadway there so a little more slowing passed that, scene eighty short eastbound, between central in Carlson three-car multi. Crash there some cars and left. Shoulder a couple of cars in the right shoulder some debris in the. Left lanes that's causing a slowdown back. Into Berkley And westbound eighty. In the other reaction we're seeing stop and, go and it's been there all. Afternoon Golden Gate fields down to Powell if you're continuing to the bay bridge we're seeing, delays before the, tolls metering lights are on and it sluggish all the way into San. Francisco your next traffic update at four eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS In our forecast for the bay area we've got some sunny skies with temperatures ranging from the sixties at the beaches into the low, seventies low eighties by the bay middle eighties low nineties for the inland areas tonight should be clear and windy with our lows. In, the, fifties and sixties in fact it's going to, be windy. The next several days with wins tonight up to thirty miles per hour for your Sunday should be sunny after the morning fog and. Clouds with highs ranging from the. Sixties at the beaches to, the low nineties inland traffic and. Weather together on the eight cent on these one oh six nine. AM seven, forty, KCBS, KCBS news time four ten some, of the smoke from. The fires burning in, the Mendocino county area have, made the skies a little hazy, and the bay area Ralph Warren. With the rebate area air quality management, district says there will soon be some relief we see some localized impact, in those areas closer to the. Buyer you know Napa Sonoma perhaps some parts of contra pasta but This afternoon we expect more onshore breezes to pick. Up the, clean air that's coming in off the ocean with that we will see some improvement and that will stick with us through Tuesday Mormon says there have been higher particular level levels, that is throughout the region but not enough for there to be any health concerns and the KCBS news time now at four. Eleven, a, group of office workers in the south bay shelled up. Two bucks a piece in the mega millions lottery game and hit the jackpot to the tune of a half a billion dollars KP..

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YouTube Premium's Fall Slate To Feature Will Smith, Robert Downey Jr., Kirsten Dunst

KCBS Radio Weekend News

06:13 min | 2 years ago

YouTube Premium's Fall Slate To Feature Will Smith, Robert Downey Jr., Kirsten Dunst

"Oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS Sunday July twenty ninth two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS two young children and their great grandmother are the latest victims of the car fire. And I'm kief men Coney reporting for the US has hornet in Alameda were veterans held a commemoration of. The Korean war CBS news update at least five people have been killed in. The massive wildfire burning in. Northern California scorching heat wins and bone dry conditions are complicating the effort as the smoke and flames expanded a more rural areas more. Than thirty eight thousand people have, been evacuated KPI reporter Katie Nielsen. Is at the so-called car fire fighting fire with fire where they're able to burn off all. Of the dry grass and brush that would continue the fires spread March as it was moving south they're hoping that they'll be. Able to stop it there, and hopefully then start to get those containment. Numbers three hours. South of. There there is more fires burning KPI TV's and Drean Ikano from Napa there are homes on both sides of this area right here where seven homes have been destroyed so they're really concentrating. On making sure that this fire doesn't pick up with the wind and that no other homes are burned Throughout the night CBS news update on that piper KCBS news time twelve thirty two YouTube line of television, programming YouTube. Originals is getting a major upgrade YouTube announced Friday that a slate of new shows with stars like Will. Smith Kirsten Dunst and Robert Downey junior are, headed your way Robert Thompson is a professor, of TV and popular, culture at Syracuse university he joined KCBS anchor Susan Kennedy to talk more about the streaming TV landscape stuck a. Little bit about original programming. It's being done by what Netflix Hulu and now YouTube which isn't new to the game but I guess they're really stepping it up. Right then of course you know, we still think of who's been. Around by the way for for quite a while it started in April of two thousand five. So compared to a lot of these other operations Hulu is getting to be one of the old legacy program providers but for Many, years we've thought of Hulu as a place that you would go to. Watch user generated, videos cats playing pianos dogs on skateboards and. That kind of thing now we're seeing. YouTube signing up some of these big names much like Hulu and Netflix yeah and you mentioned Hulu Netflix seems to be a DVD. Rental service and until not that long ago I mean this is the. Summer of two thousand, eighteen it was the spring of two thousand thirteen so only five years ago that house of. Cards debuted and then it was five years ago this July this month that orange is. The new black debuted and that's what really started to, net flicks, revolution so, it's right and then wasn't that long ago that Netflix was a company that uses. The post office exactly exactly so I mean. Was this a natural evolution then for these companies, to start doing original programming I think so I mean I think, everybody now Now is trying to make sure that they've. Both got the distribution system, but they've also got a. Deep well of programming as well because. After all Disney is going to have their own online service. And that's gonna take a lot of stuff already. Has a out of the out of the pool HBO's got their own things CBS has got their own. Thing, so. I, think Netflix, is making all this stuff just to make sure that people keep having to? Subscribe to Netflix. Because there's, so many things going Now these these YouTube things some of them are more exciting than others when. You hear Will Smith that. Gets you pretty excited but from. The looks of that it's going to be a live broadcast in September on his birthday where he bungee jumps out of a helicopter so that's it I. Guess that's exciting The other hand the the key and Peele appeal who of. Course did get out he's doing a six. Episode comedic Sifi anthology that sounds like that. Could be a promising and Kirsten dunces thing, is ten episodes long so it's going to be hard to judge how good any of this stuff is going to be. Until. We see it okay so it sounds like, everyone is, trying to I guess a drive subscriptions. To their premium? Services is that correct does that YouTube I think is is looking to have programming that they can give advertisers a predictable problem with advertising and YouTube is, every now and again weird stuff appears on YouTube and that can. Corrupt the advertisers reputations this. Will, be predictable programming well I, guess the the buffet so to speak is. Now like so diverse if you have people like shonda rhimes David Letterman. On that flex why not Robert Downey junior and Will Smith on Hulu and? YouTube no that is absolutely true I mean once upon a time in the early fifties radio. Was the big, medium and all the big stars were, on radio and they didn't. Want to go near television because it was. The poor poor cousin then of course network. Television was the big medium and nobody wanted, to go to cable that was the second class citizen that is certainly no longer the case with direct to internet matter. Of. Fact right now if it's a twenty one, year old, kid were offered a feature film to. Direct or a? Netflix series my guess is they'd probably choose the Netflix series Robert Thompson he's a professor of TV and popular culture at Syracuse university the bloodsuckers of summer, are multiplying their Bruhns in our backyards so what are the best. Ways to control the mosquito. Menace, without poisoning yourself I'm rich, on and this is your green air minute. Lurking in hidden pools of stagnant water Grow..

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Enjoy the water an event that breaks down barriers and a fire burning in southern california now prompts mandatory evacuations good evening i'm susan kennedy it's ten thirty one cbs news update president trump's decision to go ahead and impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from canada mexico and the european union house those us trading partners if not up in arms than up in a warnings of targeted retaliatory tariffs of their own correspondent earl born president trump's national economic adviser larry cudlow spoke to press on friday dow playing the backlash saying that all of that it is mainly a family quarrel very noisy one canadian finance minister bill more no on trade over the course last couple of days there was an important difference of opinion the americans have decided to in our mind take an action that's it's not at all constructive it's actually destructive to our ability to get things done around tariffs on steel aluminum gone a meeting in canada that had us treasury secretary steve mnuchin on the defensive objective is to make sure we have fair and balanced trade and that's really what we're focused on cbs news update i'm tom foty kcbs news time ten thirty two a fast moving fire is burning in orange county this evening report a cooper rommel is in a neighborhood near laguna beach where voluntary evacuations have just become mandatory fire just started making a very aggressive run toward the top of the world neighborhood residents or frantically packing and getting out of the area we've got a few things pulled by the front door important documents valuable pictures evacuations are mandatory cory now as this fire has grown to more than seventy five acres police and fire officials telling hundreds of people to leave now that's your at seventy five acres firefighters say the wind has been causing them a lot of problems kcbs news time now ten thirty two a new report from nastase painting a grim picture of freshwater supplies around the globe a steady looks at data from the nasa grace satellite mission to track trends in freshwater from two thousand to.

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Miranda Lambert wins big at ACM Awards

News, Traffic and Weather

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Miranda Lambert wins big at ACM Awards

"Entertainment news the american country music awards this year against a tragic background it has been a very big night for maranda lambert she ends up with a pair of victories she wouldn't song of the year for tin men she also wins female vocalist of the year with those two wins she is now one more acm awards than any other performer many of the country stores here tonight are wearing a pin with the number fifty eight to commemorate the fifty eight people killed here in las vegas during last october's mass killing which took place during the country music festival steve futterman cbs news at the same awards in las vegas and there were reminders of more tragic history in boston held a moment of silence on the fifth anniversary of the boston marathon bombing the bells of the old south church wrong sunday to mark the moment five years ago when the first of those bombs exploded mayor marty walsh governor charlie baker addressing families and survivors tom foty cbs news eight oh five at the barriers new station kcbs thanks for joining us curtis came in for susan kennedy here are some of the stories we've been well let's say showers on and off through the night and into tomorrow as well now here are some of the.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Londono three of the bay area's news station kcbs some clouds tonight and windy with lows in the forties showers tomorrow good evening i'm susan kennedy john evans is away the evening and here's what's happening pg is taking a more proactive approach to dealing with california wildfires kcbs is making goals be reports they're opening a fire prediction and response center in san francisco broken power lines have not officially been named as the cause of the wine country fires but that hasn't stopped some from accusing pg any of starting this tragedy now the utility is getting out ahead of any future disasters we've established the center in order to monitor wildfire risk in real time and that way we can coordinate prevention and any response efforts with first responders to mercer keys ian with pg says the center will be able to map wind gusts and weather patterns and to actually proactively shutting off line in areas where extreme fire conditions are currying she says they've also been discussing putting some wires underground although that's not a cure all she says it can cause some other problems the new wildfire safety plan also includes str coated wires non wooden posts answer talking about spacing are lines further apart so should there be those really high winds it's less likely that the lines can make contact with one another megan gold speak kcbs well despite all the rain we have had this winter we are certainly not out of the woods as far as the drought is concerned kcbs is my cogan reports that's the word from bay area water officials with all this rain you'd think we'd be flush but that's not the case at all reservoirs here the south bay for example or only about a third fall which isn't where you want to be at this point our local reservoirs really are designed to fill in the winter and then we utilize that water in the summer and in in our groundwater recharge and treated water program so we regularly see the capacities of our reservoirs reduced to very low levels in.

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"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"susan kennedy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"With the winter games in full swing south korea's at the center of the sports world right now but in the auto world south korea's falling out of the good graces of general motors gm has already sold off its european operations and some analysts say they could pull out of south korea to ceo mary barra won't say that but she does say they have to take actions to have a viable business seat our conversation at stake holders gm correa including army arunrat minority owners and the union and being very clear that we need to improve the financial and operating performance sixteen thousand people work for gm korea jeff gilbert for cbs news detroit after last week's market turmoil on wall street and around the world asian financial markets now are mix they major us market futures though so far at least pointing to a higher open on wall street later in the morning tom foty cbs news it's eight o five at the bay area's news station kcbs we've got clear skies tonight a little chilly with fellows expected to stay in 40s good evening i'm susan kennedy and here's what's happening over he linebacker for the forty nine ers has been arrested and charged with domestic abuse 23yearold rubin foster the forty manners inside linebacker was taken into custody and lost gatos sunday in booked in santa clara county jail according to the san jose mercury news and held on seventy five thousand dollars bail he was arrested on charges related to domestic abuse reports the paper no other details were the los gatos police the barber not responding to calls for comments last year foster failed a drug test at the nfl combine where he was kicked out early after a fight with a hospital employee he was also arrested late last year on second degree marijuana charges in alabama the forty nine ers tweeted that team officials are aware of the reported arrest and are gathering all quote pertinent information foster was the nfl's defensive rookie of the month in november scott the teary kcbs and that foster was also charged today with being in possession of an assault weapon he has posted bond and is out on bail this evening the niners say that they are still investigating investigators are blaming strong winds for.

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