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"tiburon boulevard" Discussed on KGO 810
"Next week. The winners will get $1.5 million each part of California's plan to spend $116 million to convince Californians to get the shot. Alex Stone ABC News for KGO 8 10 Caltrain says the electrification of its rail system has been delayed until late 2024. In part because of supply change chain disruptions caused by the pandemic. Unforeseen conditions under Cal trains, tracks and complications, and the installation of signal systems also contributed to the delay. This delay adds almost two years to the electrification efforts, which were supposed to be done next year. Two CHP officers have been credited with saving the life of a woman who threatened to jump off the Bay Bridge this morning, Officials say. One officer grabbed the woman as she tried to leap off the outer edge of the build bridge railing east of Fremont Street. They struggled until another officer and some drivers got out of their cars to help. The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment. Let's get a look at your drive. Now on this Friday afternoon, is sponsored by Juniper Networks. Heather has her eyes on San Jose. In fast and furious crashes that is to the Children. Auto Body Traffic desk, an injury one for San Jose in the two left lanes, a motorcycle down south one, A one at age 80 traffic is backing up to Brokaw Road, though there is a slow stretch from the Lawrence Expressway to the Guadalupe Parkway as well north at 80, north of Alvarado Boulevard that injury accidents on the shoulder. Now traffic's backed up to Maori avenues. Stop. Pickup truck has been cleared in Pleasanton, but man it made an extra heavy over the Dublin grid grade. Starting in Castro Valley at Redwood Injury rack for the shore, West 80 Wester Gilman backed up on the East 5 80 West 5 80 connecting the north. One of one's extra heavy because of an issue at the central Sandra fell off ramp. In fact, North 11 slows into stretches from Tiburon Boulevard up to Central Sandra fell out of the city jam packed from before Caesar shadows to the Bay Bridge. Cos. For me to zoom run on juniper networks with the ability to handle all that video traffic from your six a.m. with London to dinnertime chats with Mom. It's no wonder the fastest growing companies trust juniper from data centers to WiFi driven by a I get results at juniper dot net.
"tiburon boulevard" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To say that the hole in my heart is mending. I no longer feel ashamed. I admire my brother for shedding past demons and creating a meaningful life by serving others. Eric's life may have been taken by covet. His spirit will live on. He's left his legacy. I am proud of my brother, Eric William Warner. That's Hank Warner sharing a tribute to his brother Eric. It's part of a serious of remembrance is produced by the California report magazine. And if you'd like to honor a loved one from a vulnerable community who died from Cove in 19, you can share their story at KQED dot or g'kar slash year of Cove. It I'm Brian. What? You're listening to morning edition on KQED, and the time is coming upon a 29 traffic time again. Here's Joe McConnell. Was found. 80 el portal Richmond reported a hit and run collision There looks like the vehicles in the shoulder, but it's already slowing pockets from there and down into Richmond, but fairly standard heavy traffic. Also, it's a much worse than usual heading to the Richmond Bridge packs solid from Marina Bay Parkway to the tolls because of an earlier stall on the span has been cleared and in Marin County, moderately heavy coming from Nevada into central fell, but a really big Jim on Tiburon Boulevard, especially get heading west out of Tiburon and Belvidere. It might be some kind of incident near Trussell Glen. But nothing riff initially reported Joe McConnell for captivity. Traffic support on KQED comes from European Sleep works. Your support Critical support. KQED fundraising time. 1 809 378850 or online. Kqed dot org's slash donate Triple Challenge Pledge break in effect A 30 Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying While much of the U. S is seen Cove in 19 caseloads continue to drop its been the opposite and to Pacific Northwest States will stone reports hospitals or seeing a lot of younger covert patients. This spring search has led governors in both Oregon and Washington to hit the brakes on reopening plans. Public health experts say the more contagious variant of the virus has allowed it to spread easily among young and middle aged adults who are not vaccinated. Hospitalizations have been high, but there are now early signs cases may be leveling off. Russia is investigating a school shooting today that killed at least nine people, most of them students. At least 20 people have been injured. Authorities in cousin say they've arrested in 19 year old who appeared to be acting alone. Former what the Meilin soldier recently deported from the United States is now facing legal proceedings for his alleged role in a massacre during Guatemala's civil war. We have more from Maria Martin. Jose Ortiz moralist was a feared member of the so called Kabila's who carried out the bloody slaughter known as the massacre of those areas more than 200. People, including babies were brutally slaughtered in that village in 1982, those who monitor human rights and Guatemala will be carefully watching what happens in this case. Given the increasing co optation of Guatemala's judicial system by reactionary forces. The Dow is down 444 points. It's NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what City College of San Francisco will avoid cuts to faculty and courses this fall after trustees and teachers both approved in agreement yesterday. The next step is putting the college on better financial footing for the long term. KQED s Erica Kelly reports faced with a $33 million shortfall for next year. City College sent out preliminary layoff notices to 163 full time faculty in March. Our time faculty face job losses as well to save jobs. The teachers union voted to accept pay cuts from 4 to 11% million. Villa Rossa is chair of the Department of Philippine Studies, and her job was on the line. She told the board of trustees. The pay cut is a sacrifice but offers a chance for the college to address its long term problems. So I will you just suck it up temporarily so we can find a more permanent and equitable solution for all students, faculty classified and administration. The board of trustees ratified the agreement after hearing impassioned public comment from dozens of students, faculty and community members. Trustees emphasize the savings are just a one time fix and have agreed to seek a permanent source of funding for Vice president Tom Tempera. No to address these structural budget issues so we don't have toe have this conversation about losing important classes and programs that city college year after year after year, some trustees said they faced skepticism when reaching out to the state about providing more funding. But they have gotten a warmer reception from leaders at City Hall, who are interested in funding a wider range of courses at the College America. Kelly KQED news and there's more on this story at KQED dot or G'kar. I'm Brian. What.
"tiburon boulevard" Discussed on KGO 810
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"tiburon boulevard" Discussed on KGO 810
"It comes to vaccines, Assembly Assemblyman Ash Cora says the hardest hit areas have the largest concentration of people of color and essential workers. Not a coincidence. The ZIP codes are largely made up of working class Latino families who sacrificed their lives daily. Was essential workers and who live in many cases, 234 families to our household because the cost of living in our reality leaders say people in the ZIP codes are more likely to get covert 19 because of the nature of their work. They'd like the governor to ask FEMA to establish a mass vaccination site in Santa Clara County because it's the Bay Area's largest county. Black lead organizations in California getting a boost to fight racism. We get more from KGO spread for car. More than two dozen philanthropic organizations and corporations have launched the California Black Freedom Fund. It's a five year $100 Million initiative, the group says will provide resource is too black lead organizations in the state. Aimed at eradicating systematic racism. The 25 thunders include the philanthropic groups of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. Philanthropist Lauren Pal jobs as well as JP Morgan Chase. The group says the fund aims to address what they call the history of under investment in black lead organizations. Brett Burkhardt kgo Way, 10 Police searching for Vandals now who broke into San Francisco's Cliff House and stole some historic items. The brake and discovered the day after Christmas. There is video footage of the two suspects, officials say items like Sutro baths, bathing suit, art and tools were taken. You say they are taking measures now to enhance security at the Cliff House, which the National Park Service hopes to reopen as a restaurant by spring. This report sponsored by bedbugs all gone, It's all video call 8889 40 12 47 bedbugs. All Gone, uses a fast, affordable organic solution with a warranty called bedbugs. All gone, 888948. Well, 47 kg 08 10 traffic Now Heather bound for San Jose, her report sponsored by Discover two new accidents for Silicon Valley from the chill, not a body trafficked as now this came in as a non injury accident, South bound. Wanna one south of 8 80 with the cars in the right lane, but the people that were driving Are getting into an altercation of the physical. So traffic is backing up to the Guadalupe Parkway North bound 85 connecting to North found 87 Gotta crash. They're not seeing a lot of heavy traffic. South bound 17, however, or south found 85 is a little heavier than usual from 17 to this past, 87 Marine looks a little slower today in North bound, one of one slow from Tiburon Boulevard to lucky, Dr And out of the city that's packed from Cesar Chavez to the Bay Bridge..