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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Unless the pet is somehow would risk Scott with Terry KCBS six away to KCBS this traffic reports sponsored by canon make a tank printers it's not quite as wide as we expected for this morning we check in with him one early no we've had a couple of accidents we've the commute is lighter or nonexistent in many areas however this stretch worth noting actually for a fog advisory begin with Holly from Scott creek to Diablo road so that's that whole six eighty corridor coming up from signal up in the Danville and it is in Danville where we had a severe accidents severe enough that they blocked all lanes until just a few moments ago so north bound six eighty we're still seeing a little slow stretch from Diablo two else there but it is dissipating now that all lanes have been opened but yeah the visibility not the best through that whole corridor in the meantime we go to San Francisco where we've had some problems on north one oh one we say good morning to day facts he's taken a look with a chill not about a coaching candidate good morning northbound one one between third street and two eighty that's we find this action it looks like a big rig several colors involved the two left lanes are blocked that's why traffic is backing up you come up the hill from candlestick park no need for the metering lights of the bay bridge not yet anyway there's really a no slow traffic at all no build up at the tell plaza interstate eighty is looking great getting down that way from the Carquinez bridge all the way through Richmond into Berkeley we do see some slow traffic coming off the Mare Island bridge westbound thirty seven just out to that lane reduction that's not backed up in the villa like it normally is a little bit lighter but not without that little stretch of stop and go as well your next update is at six eighteen on the traffic reader.

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KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"North that was Nathan Roberts reporting it's a program to get pollution spewing vehicles off the roads and the benefits lower income folks KCBS is Scott let's hear you with the details it's called the clean cars for all program is run by the bay area air quality management district in lead runs the program the bay area's clean cars all program provides grants of up to ninety five hundred dollars for income qualified resident who retired older car and replace it with a hybrid and all electric vehicle and who's eligible you have to be within four hundred percent of the federal poverty level so for example an individual we need to make forty nine thousand dollars or less a family of four would need to make a hundred two thousand dollars less you also have to own a qualifying vehicle that's fifteen years or older and ask the operator in California the last two years eight point five million in funding from cap and trade money from the state and a one time ten million dollar payment from the civil enforcement case against Volkswagen who lied about their emissions we estimate that in the next couple years we will be incentivizing about anywhere between a thousand to twelve hundred resident scholar Terry KCBS FYI I'm Jim Shelby CBS news who says technological breakthroughs don't grow on trees this one does it's the cosmic crisp an apple that lasts for up to a year in the refrigerator went on sale this week in Seattle and could be making its way to a supermarket near you in the months ahead described as an old for a crunchy variety the cosmic crisp apple was over twenty years in development it's billed as a.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Try and love to card that went down an embankment they're back up on to the shoulder your next traffic updated to fifty eight on the traffic leader. your KCBS six day forecast looks like this sunny and warmer for your Sunday high near eighty at the coast mid upper eighties away from the beaches Monday sunny highs ranging from the upper seventies at the beaches to the low nineties in line Tuesday will be a little bit cloudy but sunny for the rest the week highs Tuesday through Friday low seventies at the co seventies to low eighties along the bay low to mid eighties inland right now in San Francisco it's fifty nine degrees in San Bruno it's sixty degrees in Sausalito fifty seven degrees in Cupertino it's fifty three degrees in Danville it's forty eight degrees traffic and weather together on the eight sign all news one of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS pixie clay is that the editor's desk case CBS news time is two fifty a two alarm grass fire off Johnson road in the tasa Hara area east of black cocking role Contra Costa county was contained Saturday night at about five acres that according to firefighters who responded to the blaze it was first reported in the sixty three hundred block of Johnson road just before seven PM Saturday the cause of the fire remains under investigation no structures were damaged and there were no injuries the trump administration is opened up hundreds of thousands of acres in the middle of the state of California for oil and gas exploration KCBS is Scott let Terry reports on the move that is outraged environmentalists the decision from the bureau of land management covers seven hundred and twenty five thousand acres of land talking about drilling and fracking some of the most sensitive wildlife habitat in central come. yeah that's a soul than with the center for biological diversity they are they don't want to believe in climate change because it might affect the profits of the companies that back this administration. word nine people are gonna foot care really terrible price something ministration says it's part of the plan to make the country energy independence you know this idea that we can grow our way to energy independence. Warner Sarah the approval allows for thirty two new oil and gas developments in mostly the Central Valley but also parts of the central coast including Monterey San Benito in Fresno county the region has been off limits since twenty thirteen Scott with Terry KCBS hanging.

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Terry KCBS for almost thirty years viewers have been able to watch state government in action thanks to cable's California channel however the channel is scheduled to shut down later this year and KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross tells us that's not sitting well with some lawmakers California channel began operations in nineteen ninety one and while state legislative proceedings might not seem like must see television there are people who tune in which is why assembly speaker pro tem Kevin Mullin is unhappy that the channel will go dark in October the journalistic community thinks this is important lots of folks rely on the couch channel for information about what's happening in state government so we'll do what we can to us see what's possible the peninsula Democrat says that while legislative proceedings are posted online not everybody has internet access so he's helping to convince cable companies to provide access for the Channel at least even if the legislature has to provider from the programming there also is the issue of past programming cal channel website has an archive of meetings and hearings dating back years and years so we in the legislature need to come up with some money and media way to try to capture those archives and put those on the assembly and Senate website the cal channel currently is privately funded Melissa call Ross KCBS the homeless man arrested after a vicious attack of a San Francisco woman and she was find enter her condo on the Embarcadero we'll have to wear an ankle GPS monitor twenty five year old Austin Vincent was arrested following the attacks Sunday night which was captured on surveillance camera Vincent entered a not guilty plea at a court appearance on Monday in the judge ordered that he be released despite the objections of prosecutors that led to criticism from Maryland and breed supervisor Matt Heaney as well as the victim of the attack who said she feared for her safety judge Christine and then a can defended her initial ruling saying her interest was balancing public safety and her conviction that not all people suffering from mental illness needed be placed in jail then again says she first saw the video while eating at a restaurant after she had ordered Vincent released Vincent's attorney says Vincent has not been on the streets since his arrest and has been receiving psychiatric.

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KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And then also provide a connection over to the bay trail connect into city, multimillion dollar project approved by voters in two thousand fourteen and includes bike paths in cross paths for pedestrians. We're going to be investing in a big that's right there at, I eighty and Ashby, people are really interested in making sure that not only the biking. But in walking also are supportive of connecting people safely across the freeway a series of public meetings will be held over the next year. Scotla Terry KCBS attorneys for a man who was injured in a beating at the Martinez. Detention facility last year claims contra Costa county sheriff's deputies have been infiltrated by a prison gang that beaten inmates suffered multiple fractures, including broken bones in his face in the beating that was carried out by other inmates. The inmates attorneys say he is a former gang member who tried to quit the gang while behind bars. The complaint alleges that a small number of deputies have taken sides with the Norton, yo gang and conspired with gang members to make the assault possible. It also claims deputies helped cover up gang activity and gives some members special privileges, contra Costa county sheriff's officials. Meanwhile, say the claims are quote absurd it is six thirty five sparked by all financial financial dot com. Jason stand, the market, keeping it strong run going for another session, at least in the early going Dow up by one hundred eighty points at twenty six thousand two hundred forty two NASDAQ up by eighty one points to seventy nine zero five and the s&p moving higher by twenty three points to twelve. Thousand nine ten coming up.

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KCBS All News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Terry KCBS coming up on KCBS Bill with a look at why contra Costa counties DA has created a new conviction integrity unit public to have faith in KCBS news time, eight oh. Eight time now to check traffic around the bay. We say good evening to Frank Munich good evening. It took some time to say the least, but we finally have the right lane reopened on Newark found seventeen at Idyllwild road in the Santa Cruz mountains. It took seventeen hours and forty minutes to reopen. This lane was the result of an accident. But on highway seventeen at Idyllwild road, just before one AM this morning that involved a car knocking down power poles. Power lines onto the roadway how we have both lungs virus seventeen shut down for hours. And again that far right lane of northbound seventeen was shut down until just a few minutes ago problems on the lark avenue offering from northbound seventeen in Los Gatos. This is a crash just now being moved to the shoulder is on city streets problems on the narrow. Right hand shoulder on the hop yard off ramp from eastbound five eighty in Dublin, we have a stall partially blocking the far right lane and a car fire near the Altima pass now cleared. Westbound five eighty right at the stone cut railroad over crossing that crash, which had been blocking the right lane. Now gone. Your next traffic update at eighteen on the traffic leader. As the bay area forecast. Partly cloudy with light breezes. A slight chance of rain with lows in the upper forty s to low fifties tomorrow cloudy, but dry from.

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Early. Tom Foty, CBS news. Hey guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who. It five at bay area's news station. KCBS we've got some clouds tonight. Lows in the forties meant to Morrow a chance of rain in the afternoon. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening in Seattle. Hometown crowd welcomed East Bay congressman Eric swallow to his former high school in Dublin four campaign rally KCBS has got teary reports. The thirty eight year old is running for president issues dressed here at this rally at Dublin high school where swallow went to school included immigration reform climate change, raising the minimum wage and gun violence. The only the only. And by that every single assault weapon in America. Ask you what's up Ritchie from the rest of the the Democrats? I on the issues its vision of going big on the issue, so healthcare, not just coverage for all. But the cures in our lifetime initiative on education, especially student at zero percent interest. I mean, I I know that issue so personally and on gun violence, not just background checks a ban a buyback. And then just who I am. Thank you. I learned here. In Dublin Scotla, Terry KCBS. And the KCBS news time now at ten six police are looking for the hidden run driver who killed a thirty year old woman and her six year old child Saturday night. KCBS is Jeffrey shop reports a twenty year old man. Also a pedestrian was critically injured. The thirty year old mother and six year old child were crossing foothill boulevard at twenty six police say they ended up third man were in the crosswalk when witnesses say a black two-door Mercedes struck them sending the three high into the air and landing several yards away. The mother and child kill the twenty year old man critically injured neighbors in this area. Say this is a dangerous intersection. There are stop signs at twenty sixth avenue, but none along foothill. This man says every day. Mckay. Drag race in fact, as we arrived, Sunday morning, tow. Trucks were taking away to vehicles involved in a head on crash just yards away from Saturday nights. Hit and run. No one injured in the morning accident. This man ran out of his house Saturday night when he heard the hit and run they relying on the street and people were dialing nine one one. Yeah. Because I. Mainly just like the recording. Please hang up. It was lily probably so three hundred people out here. The black Mercedes found in another part of the city. The police investigation continues in Oakland. Jeffrey.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Terry KCBS just ahead on KCBS Butler in Brentwood were drivers weigh in on a plan to ban all cell phone use in cars now that was a good decision. Speaking of drivers, we head out to the rose at eleven oh eight with Frank Munich, and we continue to have a very tough situation on the Benicia bridge in a very tough ride for people trying to go southbound on that fan. And they can't if because of a bomb scare the began around seven o'clock tonight involving the truck on the fan the driver of that car the suspect of being arrested in the northbound span reopened, but the southbound span remains completely closed while police searched that truck for a possible explosive in the southbound direction on six eighty approaching the bridge. We have a backup to east second almost goes without saying not to try and take the Benicia bridge if you're heading from Benicia into Martinez, you can hop on over to seventy and take the carquinez bridge. Instead our other slowdown is on the Richmond San Rafael bridge, where we have emergency roadwork closing the two right lanes in the eastbound direction and the two left lanes in the westbound direction that has traffic flow in both directions. Across that span. We're looking at slow traffic approaching the Richmond, San Rafael bridge. On westbound five eighty from Castro street out to the tolls that stop and go continues to mid span. Eastbound you're looking at very slow traffic from San Quentin to mid span your next traffic update at eleven eighteen on the traffic leader came to the KCBS bay area forecast. Clouds sticking with us as so.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Scotla Terry KCBS cow transcribes inspected, the Richmond centre fell bridge today after concrete once again fell from the deck as you may recall similar crumbling concrete happened back in February. CHP officials Teluk the latest bridge. Debris was first reported at about twelve forty five this afternoon closing down the right lane for over an hour as crews performed emergency. Roadwork count trances the bridge is safe and open to the public, but they're working again on tonight. We'll hear more about that coming up with our traffic update. Just ahead on KCBS. I'm Bob Butler in Brentwood were drivers weigh in on a. Plan to ban all cell phone use in cars now that's a good decision. Traffic and weather check at nine eight here, Sherri, Brown and speaking of the Richmond, San Rafael bridge, just heard from the phone force. Yes. Indeed. It's grim both directions now because of all those emergency repairs. Westbound is jammed up from the toll plaza down to one lane all the way to the top of the high rise. And then in your eastbound direction doesn't look like you're moving at all all the way from San Quentin almost to the toll plaza area and we've got trouble in Napa county. It's a severe traffic alert for highway twelve we've had a big accident at old sonoma's road. They've got one way traffic control in effect there and very slow traffic in both directions. Try to stay away from that. If you can southbound one zero one WALDO grade work on again tonight, very slow right now out of baron city bay bridge starting to look a bit better. Still a lot of traffic eastbound on the skyway. But the bridge itself is looking good. And we've got an accident in Oakland eastbound five eighty at golf links. Thanks. They're making some progress on that that there will be a brief slowdown there. Your next traffic update at nine eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS cloudy skies overnight with still some showers moving through lows in the fifties tomorrow, clearing skies and warmer by the afternoon after a few lingering showers in the morning, high Saturday load upper sixties Sunday the best weather day of the weekend. Partly sunny, dry and warmer. Highs in the mid sixties to the mid seventies inland. Traffic and weather together on the it's all news, one of six nine AM, seven forty KCBS,.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nine AM seven forty KCBS is six fifty to San Francisco beer week. It's not all about drinking KCBS Scotla. Terry reports from a brewery in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood surveys. You can just grab a vest and throw your vest on now giving back on beer week. Yeah. It's raining out right now. But we're going to still go out there and clean up the streets of the Bayview Tim over it is co owner of seven steals brewery and distillery and the baby. Yes. So this is the brewery and story in the backstory brew houses the big piece of equipment on the left part of beer week. Seven stills putting together a prude at cleanup state park here in the neighborhood streets. Definitely need some cleaning. Our focus is going to be a big part on the state parts today. A lot of people have been dumping illegally out there. So we're just gonna go out and pick it up and get it out of the. Obey love picking up the neighborhood. And making sure that we keep the place clean and safe. So you get a free beer out of it. We'll see. Yeah. That'd be nice seven stills looking to get more people involved in their monthly cleanup events. We get together. Once a month. It's usually on the third Sunday of the month. But we tried to do a couple of extras for beer week in San Francisco. Scotla Terry KCBS, let's be honest eating snack food and swiping your smartphone. Screen can lead to some gross stuff. Right there smears on the screen, but a Japanese snack food maker may have come up with the answer. It's launched a line of snacks into the brand name one hand, the idea is the potato chips and other snacks and splintered into small pieces and are designed to be by typically container up in pouring them into your mouth kind of the way you drink from a bottle crying out all through journal reports the company came up with the idea by watching the way some people tip up a bag of snacks to get the last crumbs out of the bottom. The challenge will be to compete with the other way Japanese consumers keep their smartphones while snacking eating.

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California Grants Waymo Permit to Road Test Autonomous Cars

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:19 min | 2 years ago

California Grants Waymo Permit to Road Test Autonomous Cars

"It would require a little bit more further investigation to make sure that would not jeopardizing that performance offering the public's the right quality that they are looking for plastic roads are already a reality in Africa and some developing nations Scotla, Terry KCBS.

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KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Temperatures and breezy too, windy conditions. Highs today sixty s at the beaches mid seventies by the bay to about eighty degrees inland. Wind gusts could get up to twenty miles per hour. Especially in the hills tomorrow, we'll be mostly sunny, breezy and warmer with seventy s at the beaches into the mid eighties inland. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on KCBS KCBS news time eight oh nine this portion of our Newswatch sponsored by the Shane company. And as we've been reporting here on KCBS, the US Senate is expected later today to vote to confirm judge Brett Cavanaugh to the US supreme court KCBS is a Scotla cheery tells us protesters took to the streets of San Francisco last night to express their outrage and disappointment over the Senate vote. The cable car market in Powell among the tourist screen artists that evangelical is about four dozen protesters gathered chanting things like Trump paints cavenaugh must go. Some protesters dressed in the Handmaid's tale, gar bread and habits. Pulling a feeling of disappointment and disgust at the news. The cavenaugh has the books to begin firm by the Senate to the supreme court awful. Okay. They I think that the country is against or anti women. What do you think of the FBI investigation? Do you think it was at thorough investigation sham? It was limited by the White House. This is disgusting. It's never been like this. Basically, it's a slap in the face to me onto every other survivors of sexual violence impromptu protests organized quickly by the group resist fascism really picked up some steam as people got out of work in San Francisco. Scotla Terry KCBS, it is the state.

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Firefighter study: Health, reaction-time declines as season goes on

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07:20 min | 2 years ago

Firefighter study: Health, reaction-time declines as season goes on

"At, the moment police say they do not have. A suspect or a motive Steve Futterman CBS news shots fired outside a rap concert in San Diego we hear. One shot go off and everyone's talking right there, detonates shocks the conversation stops. And next thing you know. You hear Like six or seven shots back to back this terrifying police. Say, the, man. With the gun, was upset, there. Were no more tickets available to see ice cube perform at the del mar, racetrack, so he started shooting into the crowd sheriff's deputies shot. Him he, survived confirmation hearings began in the Senate Judiciary committee, tomorrow for President Trump supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh I'm Steve Kaethe replacing. Justice Kennedy the court will certainly move toward the right and a lot of areas, author David a Kaplan is. Written about the supreme court for years he. Says if Brad Kavanagh is confirmed to the high court it will get more conservative and attention will focus on the chief Justice I would argue that rather than him becoming the swing Justice as many. Have said it'll be chief Justice Roberts it's truly going to become the Roberts, court it was John Roberts who helped deliver President Obama's two thousand fifteen. Healthcare victory till the shock of many conservatives a father and. His three young children for. Killed after their kayak capsized, on lake Superior and they tried to swim to an island nearby. For help. The children's mother was rescued after six hours in the frigid water on the. Colorado, river, four. People are still, missing after, two. Boats collided and sank your CBS's Maria VERA all sixteen people were injected passing, voters, were pulling people from the water and fire officials say. The currents, were so strong some rescues were happening between three, and five miles from the accident site the Myanmar government coming under fire. After two Reuters journalists were sentenced to seven years in prison today their crime reporting, on the crackdown on Rohingya. Muslims writers president and editor in chief Steven. Adler today is a sad day for me and mar Reuters journalists while loan and also Lou and the press everywhere the British and French officials are condemning me and mar this is CBS news To experience relief from foot and, leg cramps use, theraworx relief get theraworx relief today in. The pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your. Pharmacist for theraworx relief It's five oh. Three of the bay area's news station KCBS fairly typical Labor Day ahead weatherwise with. Inlet is getting into the nineties good morning I'm John Bristow and here's what's happening the Senate intelligence committee again will grill. Executives from social media this week KCBS Scotla Terry says the new hearing will, come, in the wake of the president's suggestion that news on social. Media should be regulated a number of issues expected to come up with the committee grills Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey including efforts to content and Russian propaganda what I would hope they would be going for if the whole issue of Russian interference because that's. Real and there's no question that social media companies have inadvertently played a role and at least historically haven't done enough. To prevent Russian and others from, abusing their platforms. My fear is that they may bring up this notion of conservative bias conservative bias that is really. A red herring. The president brought up because say credible news sources. He doesn't like them, speaking truth to his power and And potential collusion or conspiracy with the Russians. KCBS tech. Analyst Larry Magid, now it may be. True that more media outlets at tend to be liberal are found on Google news. But that's because their definition of media liberal media outlets include outlets like the New York Times in Washington Post all but. One of the major cable networks either established well regarded popular award-winning outlets, Google, was, also invited to the hearing belong makers rejected them sending a. Lower level executive Scotla Terry KCBS the bay area air quality management district has issued a spare the earlier for today the alert is in addition to the ongoing air quality advisory in the bay area for smoke resulting from all the wildfires continued smoke from the wildfires. In northern California along with pollution from cars prompting officials to issue the eleventh alert for smog this year air quality. Is forecast to be unhealthy around, the region today. And if the smell of smoke is present residence residents Should remain indoors if possible according to the agency district is also urging residents to avoid driving today and, could, deal. That it's a holiday so that'll mean fewer cars on the roads well we error should be cleaner around. The Puerto Oakland KCBS is Holly Kwon tells us officials say diesel emissions are down Eighty-one percent on the way to. An eighty five percent reduction by twenty twenty studies have shown people who live and work around the port and west. Oakland are, more susceptible to respiratory trouble the area surrounded by freeways and industry and that's why the port decided to cut emissions. Eighty-five percent we've seen, a fifteen percent drop in the number of ships that come to Oakland over the last decade vessel owners are loading more containers onto fewer ships in an effort to, be more efficient so the bottom line of this. Is cargo volume is growing at the, port of Oakland while emissions have dropped ports spokesman Mike Zampa. Container vessels coming into the port of Oakland of the Single largest emitter of diesel exhaust so the goal is to get more ships plugging into the. Landside power grid when they first in Oakland. Just, last month we set an all time record seventy. Eight percent of the ships that called, in, Oakland in July we're able to plug into the grid the remaining. Twenty two percent didn't have equipment on board enabling them to do that so the push now will be to get shipping companies to install the equipment needed to draw land-based power rather. Than run their engines while in port I'll look one KCBS. Researchers are conducting a study of the health of wildland firefighters eighteen firefighters parachute from airplanes are wearing monitors to. See how they hold up during fire season the university of Idaho study last year. Found a firefighters lost muscle mass and had slower reaction times as the fire season progressed researchers say initial thoughts from, that, study were that firefighters might need better nutritionist fit and mentally sharp And researchers hope to conduct a study again next year with more than one hundred firefighters, there are about nineteen thousand wildland firefighters, currently battling blazes most of them here in the western US Martinez city council on. Wednesday will discuss whether the city should take the full plunge into the world of legalized marijuana sales city may decide how many retail. Shops manufacturing operations, distribution operations, testing labs and delivery businesses should be allowed in city limits it's also. Possible the. City could extend the moratorium on almost all commercial cannabis activities in order to discuss. Possibilities further promises to be a lively, session it happened seven o'clock Wednesday evening at Martinez city hall just ahead on KCBS gentlemen to explain what a Greenpeace ship is doing in San Francisco for the first time in several years Basically that's news time five away till let's, say good morning to Kim Wunderle this morning. To you John it is fairly quiet as you might imagine out, there for a holiday but still a couple of problems there was. A. Reported, big rig fire in San, Jose this. Is said to be off to the shoulder of south.

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Raiders present check to Oakland Unified School District

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Raiders present check to Oakland Unified School District

"The Oakland Raiders the, Vegas bound raiders have, made a donation to the Oakland unified school district to help save school sports KCBS a scholar Terry. Was there is the raiders president donated a giant check written out for. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars On the tennis courts at Oakland technical high school. The home of the BULLDOGS cheerleaders welcome to raiders president Mark Modane who, issued a check for, two hundred and fifty. Thousand dollars to the Oakland. Unified school district money that will go towards saving the forty percent plus, of the sports programs that were to be cut because of lack of money for the district two hundred and fifty. Thousand of the five hundred thousand needed to save all the sports that were on the chopping block compare that to the one hundred. And eighty two million dollar raiders payroll not much relatively speaking but still much appreciated I'm looking forward to partnership I know. That. It might be a long distance partnership in a minute smokey hidden Hodges the vice president of, the board of education making reference to the. Raiders upcoming, move to Las. Vegas we sit. In this space because the state of California really does not fund education in the way that it needs to be funded. Other private donors. Have also stepped up as the district hopes to make their goal of five hundred thousand dollars a

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00:21 sec | 2 years ago

KCBS, President and CBS discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

"Now lumbering. Directly towards Hawaii's most populated islands of, Oahu and Maui we dodged a bullet doesn't. Mean it's over we're going to have rain and wind, and local flooding and we need. To be vigilant FEMA has three search and rescue, teams in Hawaii plus food and generators supplies will be distributed in the. Hardest hit areas once the danger has passed

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KCBS All News

04:28 min | 2 years ago

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"One oh six nine AM seven forty kacie b Saturday August eleven twenty. Eighteen coming up on KCBS keeping Coney how some California lawmakers are. Hoping to bring more women into the board room and protesters take to the streets. Of Charlottesville tonight ahead of the first anniversary of a. Deadly. Rally there I'm Scotla Terry KCBS news time now seven thirty one CBS, news update Hundreds of taking to the streets of Charlottesville. Virginia in a rally to Mark the anniversary, of last. Year's deadly white nationalist gathering WINS radios door Zilk says it. Largely turned into an anti police protests that you often. Heard for protesters was cops in clan go hand in hand very much frustration and really outright hatred protesters expressing toward the police they felt. The police were doing nothing to protect people last year and now they're complaining, about what they consider. It to be. A police state restrictions they, were mostly students and left, wing activists political annals Larry Sabato is a. Professor at the. Nearby university, of Virginia there will be no stand. Down by police. This year that was the problem last year and it encouraged the Neo Nazis to beat the living hell out of many of our students at others the organizer of. Last year's rally is planned a sequel for tomorrow in. Washington DC CBS news update I'm Matt piper KCBS news time is seven Thirty two as our, Newswatch continues thanks so. Much for joining. Us tonight I'm Scotla Terry Well California lawmakers are considering, a Bill. Aimed at boosting the gender diversity in the corporate boardroom KCBS is Keith men Coney reports if the measure passes California will be the first state in, the country to require, boards to include at least one woman director supporters of the legislation say that, in California fewer than sixteen percent of board seats are held by women among those supporters Betsy burqa, Mer credential is the former. President of the national association of women business owners of California a sponsor of the Bill she says the, way board hirings work now means that if. A board already has a lot of men it's going to, get a lot of men generally the circles of people from whom a corporate board draws its potential candidates are the people they already know and they. Know them through business, or golf or universities says the transition to boards. With more gender diversity isn't happening organically but. She says the change would actually benefit. Companies businesses do Do better when there are women on the corporate boards. There are more profitable and more productive critics of the Bill include the California chamber of commerce they've argued that, focusing solely. On gender diversity may negatively impact other forms of diversity such as race and national origin the Bill has already passed the state Senate supporters are hoping, it will now make, it through the assembly by the end of the month keep Makoni KCBS organ, donation in the African American community is in the spotlight thanks to an Oakland art exhibit KCBS is, Melissa call Ross has more. The exhibit is called giving me life and it tells the stories of nine African American organ transplant recipients, using photographs to highlights very interesting lives with. All different backgrounds of these recipients tissue Oregon pediatric seniors with, these very interesting lives that's sorta heartbeat of the Ana Anderson with donor network west says there also was a multimedia component to the exhibit that's intended. To educate and create, an opportunity to talk about the fact that we. Need more For registered African American. Organ and tissue donors it's just kind of speak to some of the statistics and to really inspire people when they. Do see what a difference. Someone saying yes to organ donation can make the exhibit is at Oakland's African American library and museum through August, thirty first Melissa call Ross KCBI tesla shareholder has filed a class action lawsuit. Against the Palo Alto based electric. Car company and CEO. Elon Musk the. Mercury News reporting today the suit accuses, the billionaire of scheming to artificially manipulate the price of Tesla's stock and hurting the company's investors shareholder Kaimon ISAACs filed the lawsuit yesterday in a federal, court in San Francisco claiming securities fraud the. Suit comes in response to Musk's tweet earlier this week. Disclosing that, he is considering taking tesla privates seven thirty five on KCBS does it really matter if you're fresh fruit is looks ugly a.

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As data moves to phones, Apple secures new patent

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

As data moves to phones, Apple secures new patent

"The day soon may. Be coming. When we won't need our wallets KCBS Scotla teary explains as, more of our data moves to our devices We could be. Approaching a, day when we won't need our wallets or any. Paper documents at all our wallets are effectively stuff the things that we don't necessarily need everything's already moving into the phone are Firdaus our credit cards and everything else and I and I think ideas are just seen evitable next. Thing to go is Matthew kitchen gear and gadgets editor for. The Wall, Street, Journal's, off-duty daily come. People are already kind of leaving their. Walls behind because they can do most of the things they need especially if they don't need. A driver's license on a daily basis. Especially if they live close to work apple, securing the patent which, means if you, have an iphone you'll get the jump on being. Able to have your, driver's license on your phone but kitchen says Android and, other devices will not be far, behind with DMV and other. Agencies working with apple was launching their program in twenty nineteen so it's kind, of an. Inevitable thing once they go somebody else will make the next move and eventually all ID's will be more

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Could EPA proposal lead to new uses for cancer-causing asbestos?

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

Could EPA proposal lead to new uses for cancer-causing asbestos?

"As specis has banned in. Dozens of countries and for decades its use has been heavily restricted in the US CBS news correspondent Anna, Warner reports that the EPA proposed rule that may allow a number, of new products to contain asbestos especially this was, used in many products up through the nineteen seventies but after. Being, linked to health concerns and liability. Many manufacturers in the US dropped it out of. Their products however the, US never banned it outright now the substance. Is one of ten being reviewed by the way groups such as the environmental. Working group are concerned the EPA is actually moving to weaken. Protections and possibly make consumers less safe, it's, really cooking the. Books on on the level of risks they EPA's able to identify WGN attorney Melanie Nash says the EPA won't be taking a comprehensive review and evaluating the risks of past issues in some places like home work and school environments if you're nor, in, major ways that people are exposed to a toxic substance I you may, dramatically underestimate the risks Sarah in other words you're saying that they. Might come out making a specialist look not as dangerous as it really is in their evaluation exactly EPA, officials told us that's not true in a phone interview Nancy back, the Trump administration appointee who oversees the agency's toxic, chemical unit told us the criticism just makes me sad she. Said, the agency is working hard to. Put in place a program grounded in science Beck. Says current EPA proposals, would amount to new regulations that we're putting. In place a hammer a prohibition that doesn't exist today so the says under. Their proposal that manufacturers who want to apply for some new. Uses of his fastest under this proposed, rule Would need EPA approval

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Wind steep terrain long grouse low humidity high fuel content all makes for critical. Fire, danger in this area there have been no reports of any injuries from that fire a San Francisco black business. Owner says that he, had the cops called on him while he was opening for the day KCBS. Scotla Terry says it appears to be part of a. Pattern of related incidents. In which African Americans in the bay area have been targeted by neighbors He's, honestly one of the, best news, I know something. Like this to happen it's it's terrible Kyle mural. Is a regular customer and friend of Victor Stevenson who owns. And runs Gorman. Made a gourmet lemonade business in the mission Stevenson says that last Thursday he was opening his store when. Four cops. Pulled up, and started hassling him someone in the neighborhood had apparently called when they saw him opening his doors one officer asked for his ID All these running it asks that the other the offers behind me why are you. Guys to run in my formation just shows. You the smart place of business and they went on to say we'll talk people say they are they are they ran it came back I was cleared, and then the sad part is you know. Had I. Not been essentially a. Business owner I damn sure would have. Been on the ground with customer on. My hands and. Who knows what else KCBS reached out to SF pedia about what happened they have yet to call back victor's experiences the most recent. In a string of instances, of black bay area residents getting the cops call on them while going about. Their business in San Francisco scholar Terry KCBS just ahead on KCBS Trump chicken..

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"People that need help evacuating the fire is burning in steep rugged terrain with lots of dry timber a heavy equipment operator brayden varney died on the fire lines yesterday he was digging a fire line when his bulldozer went tumbling down a steep ravine the area is so rugged cbs news says authorities have not yet been able to retrieve arnie's body he leaves behind a wife and two young children governor jerry brown has ordered flags be flown at half staff in his honor fighting fire with fire it's always been done but as kcbs scotla terry reports with fire season now extending beyond the traditional summer months fire officials are recruiting their strategies it's the new normal place like california israeli built to burn with climate change and drought there's more fuel and fire officials in life science professors like stephen pine who studies fires working together now the strategy that you pull back to some defensible line either one you put in or something that exists in the landscape and then you burn out and that burning out operation removes the fuel it burns out the fuel before that main flaming front arrives and at that point you stop it more and more bad fires are being fought with good buyers that was the strategy used for the county fire that destroyed ninety thousand plus acres in yolo and napa counties but it could have been worse says cal fires scott mclean hunting fire with fire is pretty significant in two thousand and two nearly five hundred and twenty thousand acres of state and federal land burn that number skyrocketed to one point seven seven million acres in two thousand seventeen scotla terry kcbs a film entitled urban inferno the night santa rosa burned is set to premiere this thursday kcbs jeffrey schaub reports the gripping narrative explores the first devastating hours says the tubs fire tore through the sonoma's county city last october the documentary utilized as personal cell phone videos including images taken by first responders and pictures provided by operators of drones and it features the stories of those who survived the horror smoke was so thick at that point and the burning embers were this big and blowing fifty miles an hour and we're going to miles an hour down the road the film is the work of santa rosa dr steven seger and his wife who both had to flee their home that night we had to run for our lives we were evacuated and we nearly lost our home but people who weren't here don't get what a chaotic mess this was and how close the entire city came to burning down for the whole sky was orange glowing there were people running down the street with their nightclothes on fire nightgowns on fire they had to stop and tackle him and rolling around throw them in trucks and they were dragging disabled people by their feet urban inferno premieres at a fundraiser at santa rosa's roxy cinema this thursday and screenings will continue for several days jeffrey xiao becase cbs a woman was seriously injured winner van collided with an amtrak train in newark james watkins is the battalion chief of the alameda county fire department says the crash happened around eight fifty yesterday morning when a driver collided with a capitol corridor train at the intersection of cedar boulevard and saint isabelle's avenue watkins says win fire officials arrived on seeing the drivers van was found about a thousand feet down the tracks arrived they of course went to the van to check on the driver's she had been removed from the van by newark pd are medics to assess her and she had serious life threatening injuries that driver was taken to santa clara valley medical center the twenty four trained passengers and five crew members were not injured the newark police department is still investigating the cause of the crash but there were no indications are any reports of a malfunctioning gate just ahead on kcbs i'm carrie hodousek commercial ferry powered by hydrogen fuel cells it's going to be the first one in the world right here in the.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The new fire reality and we need to better prepare our communities and our firefighting agencies for this new normal scholar terry kcbs authorities in santa rosa are looking for an arsonist fire crews responded to several calls for vegetation fires in the area of hearn avenue and the railroad tracks late saturday night as many as half a dozen grass fires were reported in the area the largest fire was estimated to be a quarter of an acre the fires were all extinguished within a couple hours fire officials in santa rosa are asking the public to be vigilant and report any suspicious behavior it can be said that the worldwide focus on professional soccer has never been greater team mexico's stunning upset win over defending champion germany and yesterday semifinals in the world cup was no exception but as kcbs jeffrey schaub reports there's a variation of the sport that's gaining a foothold right here in the bay area it's called street soccer it's kinda like soccer on steroids great reaction by the keeping teams afford to twelve players compete on an artificial turf court not much larger than a tennis court there are referees the matches can be co ed high schoolers can play alongside older adults manuel is originally from guatemala where he grew up playing street soccer is it fun yeah it is the same faster field and it's a good workout.

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Peter Finch, Dominic Borgo and Faa discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Peter Finch, Dominic Borgo and Faa discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Conference final cleveland over boston eighty seven seventynine a high flying high tech approach to prison surveillance what's believed to be a first south carolina will soon have drones flying over its twenty one st prisons state corrections director brian stirling i'm targeting people who are trying to bring contraband into our institutions yes absolutely these folks are incarcerated have all day to think of ways team introduced contraband contraband and territorial disputes led to a south carolina prison riot last month that left seven inmates dead and twenty two injured jim krasula cbs news florida authorities say a woman who was beaten and held captive for two days at gunpoint by her boyfriend escaped when she convinced him to bring their dog to an animal hospital and then slipped a note to a staff member of the boyfriend is being held without bond on domestic violence and other charges pacific financial markets are higher i'm tom foty cbs news it's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs sunny skies for your memorial day will be hot inland good evening i'm peter finch here's what's happening to people are dead after a small plane crash today in petaluma kcbs scott leterrier reporting from the scene the ntsb and faa on scene investigating this sunday afternoon plane crash here not a half mile away from the pendulum up municipal airport a lot of them fly right here and they're all kind of sound the same you know you don't really notice it but i notice this one because i heard it was loud it was like right in my ear you know dominic borgo works at the rooster run golf club which is underneath the airport's approach the small airplane apparently had engine trouble after taking off tom graham was teeing off on the tenth hole when he looked up and saw the plane sputtering took off to the to the north and they usually you take a take a right back down south to the thirty three sixty olympic at the airport probably trying to make a turn to see if he could get back to the airport and obviously make the plane crashed on east washington street between an open field and a large home with major acreage brush in pine trees the two occupants apparently died on impact in petaluma scala terry kcbs a.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The lgbtq civil rights movement that began in san francisco but the rest of harvey nells life and legacy stuart milk with the milk foundation is harvey milk nephew it's a great operating airport but it's not meant to be people who are who have expertise in arts or in education or in even civil rights so having the arts commission play a role in this was i think a brilliant opportunity in san francisco scholar terry kcbs will have the first sell out of the season tonight because tickets are free here cbs reported exuberance as the team struggles at the box office underscore the need for a new ballpark the as our second to last in major league attendance tonight to mark their fiftieth anniversary they'll draw sixty thousand plus who will all get in for free as fan isidor cooper says he doesn't go to more games because the team trades away it's best players before you even learns their names the fans cop you couldn't you there last year they're all gone and with the constant turnover the as of become a last place team the say they need the revenue of a new ballpark to afford longterm player contracts mayor libby chef is negotiating with the team onto possible ballpark sites but admits it's not the voters top priority people are always more concerned about potholes than a ballpark that nobody elected me to just do one thing it's my job to address all of the different both challenges and opportunities and this is an opportunity the as hoped to announce a stadium plan for either the coliseum or the waterfront within eight months in oakland doug sovereign kcbs new study shows thousands of free apps found in the google play store could be actually violating federal laws designed to protect children from.

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Robert Durst of 'The Jinx' faces hearing into murder charges

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

Robert Durst of 'The Jinx' faces hearing into murder charges

"Global leader in cloud communication and collaboration solutions three years after the arrest of new york's real estate heir robert durst in a fatal shooting of his best friend in los angeles they're still no trial scheduled that could change after prosecutors begin presenting evidence later tomorrow to persuade superior court judge that durst should be tried for murder the seventy five five year old who was the subject of an hbo documentary that contributed to his arrest has pled not guilty in december of two thousand two the killing of susan berman the defense in fighting efforts to introduce hearsay statements that berman told french durst had killed his first wife and that she helped cover his tracks student activist attended a gun show earlier in the day at the cow palace billed as the largest on the west coast kcbs scott terry forced the students brought up the issue of gun control and some gun enthusiasts attending that show so outside of the cow palace is folks were going into purchase or look at guns about a dozen students from local area high schools tried to get those folks to talk to them we're out here mainly to start dialogue with the people attending the gun show i mean there's just that they're just people they have their own opinions and their own ideology just as i do and if you really break it down and unpack and there's a lot more common ground than people a lot of people that come talk to us they're like yeah i want gun control i think background checks should be stricter and so we end up agreeing on a lot of things you hana castro and rafael gonzales both seventeen year olds who have become activists after the parkland shooting there were a few people that did engage i just think that there are things we can do to make sure that the people who legally own guns use them responsibly and i'm sure that you are responsible gun owners agreed with you right in delhi cds scotla terry kcbs west coast port operators are worried that an ongoing trade dispute with china could result in steep economic impacts kcbs is jeffrey shopping reports the.

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"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"terry kcbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"With the tragic uber self driving car accident that killed in arizona woman questions have arisen about that technology but as key cbs's scotla terry reports uber's main competition in the selfdriving spaces confident that such a crash will not happen to its cars waymo chief executive john craft chick waymo the company providing the technology to google cars was at the national automobile association show this weekend and he said quote he has a lot of confidence that way most technology would be able to handle a situation like the incident that killed a forty nine year old tempe arizona woman we do a lot of work in simulation over five billion miles of computer simulation testing our software and our sensing we've developed tens of thousands of actual physical tests that really put our technology through its paces and ensure that it's that it's strong and capable and of course very very safe google cars have been involved in a number of accidents but only one where it was at fault now waymo and google have been at odds for years with just last month uber agreeing to settle a lawsuit still it was a sad day says craft chick when elaine hertzberg was killed by the uber vehicle because that was an accident that was in a car that had technology representing the selfdriving space scholar terry kcbs basketball court wait on the desk joke groan worthy but also one of the simplest ways to share moment with your kids did the buffalo say when he dropped his son off a school by sun take a moment to make your kid laughs because dad jokes rule make your kid laugh today fatherhood dot gov brought to you by the us department of health and human services.

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