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01:54 min | 1 year ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news. I'm Tiffany Cam. High in San Francisco on Wall Street stocks finished mixed on Thursday, the S and P five hundred index dropped seven points. The Dow fell one hundred three points, but the NASDAQ composite edged up by just over six points. This is NPR news from. Acuity news. I'm Tara Siler. California. Governor Gavin Newsom says the area devastated by the deadly campfire will not suffer a financial hit because of a loss in property tax revenue the blaze in Butte county, destroyed fourteen thousand homes and killed eighty five. People Newsom toured the area today a day after signing legislation to cover future property tax losses. He says is the first for the state, and that's three years to offset and backfill one hundred percent of the property tax losses of this community. And also to do the same for our school system. That's not something to celebrate. That's just something. We had to do the blaze. Started adjacent to PG knees. Power line northeast of paradise and official cause is still under investigation. The second round of strong storm system move south of the bay area today but not before leaving behind considerable damage. K cuties Peter Jon Shuler reports a debris flow in sausalito this morning, destroy. Loyd to homes have left one resident with minor injuries. And eight hundred San Jose residents were briefly evacuated when the Guadalupe river rose to near flood stage. Meanwhile, the Russian river continues to rise at gern Ville where it's now projected to cross at four feet above flood stage overnight, chairman of the sonoma's county board of supervisors David rabbit says that's better than expected. It'll be a little cleanup to do and some parking lots and some properties that are closer to the river. But we should do fine. The storms also knocked out power for more than forty thousand bay area residents..

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Tiffany Cam. High your PG and E Bill could go up if a pair of rate increase proposals. From the utility are approved by state regulators PG filed the request yesterday with the California Public utilities commission. It cited several needs for the rate hike, including the need to boost its wildfire safety programs kick, you it easily pick off white has been following the story and she joins me now. And Lisa how much of a rate increase. Are we talking about here, and what would the money be used for so PG any in the filings to the California Public utilities commission said that the average electric user could see an increase of more than ten dollars a month in their bills for this. They're actually asking for several billion dollars and PG, and he said that about half of that would go toward their wildfire safety programs, and that would be for for instance, new utility poles. Covered power lines. They're saying they're going to add thirteen hundred weather stations, hundreds of new cameras and really do better at that tree clearing, and then an additional two hundred and four million dollars of that would just go for also regular gas and electric operations that they say that they need. All right. So that's a lot of money. Why are they asking for it? Now, I just want to make clear that this isn't something special that's happening because of the wildfires. This hearing actually happens every three years, and it's part of this kind of semi legal process that determines what you and I and any ratepayer in California actually pays for their electrical costs. And what happens is is the utility goes to the CPU see in kind of this legal setting, and they have their lawyers, and they're like, hey, we need this amount of money to do these things we need this much for polls. We need this much for a new safety operation center. And then other people are allowed to join in with their own lawyer, sometimes that might be a locality like San Bruno, for instance, or it also might be a group like turn. Who's been very active and utility regulation. And then there's also part of the CPU see that's there for rate payers for us. And they go in and they say, hey, you know, PG, maybe you don't need to be spending that much on this kind of thing. And it all goes before an administrative law judge. And then that judge helps everybody basically through this legal proceeding decide what our electric and gas rates should be that goes to the commission who votes on it. Right. And what would this money not go towards so there's a couple things PG wanted to make very clear that the money would not be spent on some of those are these lawsuits that are bubbling up from the deadly and devastating fires of last year and the campfire from this year. So what it won't go towards paying out some of those lawsuits that could and have an estimated to cost billions of dollars for the company. However, what some of it could go toward is increasing the utility is liability insurance. And that is because you know, pe- genius facing billions of dollars in these lawsuits. However, they're only insured for tens of millions of dollars. So there's a big gap right there that they're concerned about and this second rate increase proposal that's related to the decommissioning of the Diablo canyon nuclear power plant on the central coast. Right. Yes. So they also filed a second motion yesterday. And that is for one point six billion dollar. That rape payers pay out over a six-year period. And this isn't the first time that PG he has asked for that money. They ask the commission for money for that in two thousand fourteen and twenty seventeen and the commission actually denied it to them saying that there are other ways, and this has been a very contentious issue, and I'm expecting to see a lot of outcry at public hearings for it. All right. Thank you. Lisa. Thank you. That was Lisa pickoff white for more on.

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Men wearing yellow faced off with riot. Police at checkpoints around the arc Natanz. Several cars were set on fire, but authorities blocked violent protesters central shopping and tourist avenue shows. Eliza tourists allowed onto the avenue faced closed shops. Volleys of tear-gas could be heard in the distance as a helicopter hovered overhead and a plume of black smoke rose up from behind the arc nutri- on the French government seems at a loss on how to deal with the grassroots protest movement that rose up two weeks ago over a gas tax and shows no signs of abating. Eleanor Beardsley in PR news Paris. This is NPR from K Q E news. I'm Tiffany Cam. High East Bay assemblyman Rabhan Bonte is taking on California's criminal Justice system again next week. He plans to introduce a pair of bills that looks to sever the state's ties with four profit private prisons. This comes after a big win for Bonte this fall when? Governor Brown signed legislation. He co authored that will end the state's cash bail system assemblyman Bonte is on the line to talk a bit more about the new measures and assemblyman Bondo. One of the new bills will require the state's public pension funds to divest holdings in four profit private prisons and one of them for California. Teachers known as Kaos tres already did this over the summer. Why is your measure unnecessary step to our biggest sources of investment, our retirement funds CalPERS and calstrs in wild McAllister's board did decide to divest there's no assurance that? They won't change that decision in the future with a different composition of aboard. So we want to put it legislation to ensure that California's values are represented with full divestment from for profit private prisons in both house tours and CalPERS. Okay. And the other Bill that you're introducing next week. Well, stop California from contracting with private prisons, and you introduced a similar Bill to this one last year, but it was. Vetoed. Do you think it has a better chance now of passing with governor elect Gavin Newsom? I do it has gotten additional and support since we first introduced Bill two years ago. And there's groups like the California Democratic party take an official position against California USA for profit private prisons, and the Bill MBA you so for profit private prison prohibit California for me doing creating any new contracts with for profit private prisons, and I think the time is right and both legislature and the governor in my view, we'll be supportive of this effort that was East Bay assemblyman, rob Bonte, and I'm Tiffany Cam high Q E D news, your weather for the bay area this morning, highs.

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Or attend services for Joyce Feinberg, Mel wax and Irving young or they were among eleven people killed by gunmen on Saturday a day after visiting Pittsburgh, President Trump pivots back to the campaign trail ahead of next week's midterms NPR's Windsor. Johnston says Trump will be in Florida later today. Trump is scheduled to hold a leading campaign events in the days leading up to the midterms today. Ho rally supporters in heavily Republican Lee county, along Florida's Gulf Coast. There. He's expected to make a last minute push for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rhonda Santa's and US Senate candidate. Rick Scott, Trump will also make campaign stops this week in Montana Indy. Dianna and Missouri. Well, both NATO and Russia conduct military exercises there. Also engaging in diplomacy. In brussels. Teri Schultz has more on that the NATO Russia council discusses some of the same subjects every time. Repeated western demands that Russia get out of Ukrainian territory, the need for Moscow to be more transparent about its military exercises and so on. But today the Russian side is reportedly eager to discuss the US decision to quit the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty, the IMF, and while some European governments have criticized that move NATO as a whole agrees with the US. The Kremlin has developed a missile that violates the agreement. This is NPR news from K Q E news. I'm Tiffany Cam. High one of the bay area's leading Latino arts organization says it will not leave San Francisco's mission district despite difficulties negotiating a lease at its current building. K Q as Mersa shea has more. Over the summer, the landlord of the Galleria. Dila Raza proposed Elise. Doubling the rent they say skyrocketing maintenance costs make this increase necessary..

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Saudis admit to death of Khashoggi

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05:51 min | 2 years ago

Saudis admit to death of Khashoggi

"Officials are warning that foreign adversaries have already targeted next month's midterm elections. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports a Russian accountant is the first to face federal charges. Federal prosecutors say Elena Kucinich conspired to defraud the United States. Authorities say she managed a budget of more than thirty five million dollars aimed at targeting elections here and in other countries the methods from Russians balk domain names and Facebook ads to sow division on issues such as race relations and immigration their messages targeted people, including former President Barack Obama and late Arizona Senator John McCain may also mentioned special counsel, Robert Muller the man leading the investigation. Into Russian interference in two thousand sixteen. Intelligence officials say the Russians are still on the attack. But they say there's no evidence foreign adversaries have been able to prevent Americans from voting or to change vote counts. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. The Trump administration's trying to fast track and environmental review of projects that deliver. Federally subsidized water to farmers out. West NPR's, Kirk siegler reports a new presidential. Memorandum is designed to loosen environmental restrictions in west coast states, Republicans going back to the George W Bush administration have tried to increase water deliveries to farmers and California's massive central valley project where water from snow fed reservoirs gets pumped south to arid farmland. But those deliveries are perennially cut back due to attempts to protect endangered fish and drought. The president's order would speed up a current review of this as well as two other projects in Oregon and Washington, if environmental restrictions are loosened there will likely be. Prolonged legal battle one of the biggest champions of this latest plan is deputy interior secretary. David Bernhardt used to lobby for the Fresno based Westlands water district one of the largest and most influential water agencies in the west Kirk siegler, NPR news. This is NPR firm cake news, I'm Tiffany Cam. High. President Trump wants to see more water go to central valley farmers so much. So that he signed a memorandum saying that yesterday science reporter Lauren summer is here to explain all of this to us and Lauren the federal government has put states in charge of their own water. Does this memo tried to chip away at those states rights, and if not what does it do? Yeah. I mean, the reality is California is in charge of most of the decisions around water within our state borders, and that's based on a lot that goes back more than a century. There is one area though. And this is where it's. Get particularly messy where the federal government controls things and that has to do with them endangered species protections for salmon and delta smelt these two fish that are kind of caught up in these California water wars. So the federal government is now rewriting those protections. The memorandum from Trump basically said to speed up that process, and if that actually weakens protections for these endangered species it sets up a really big fight potentially. And that's because the state has its own endangered species acts of estate will want to see tough protections for these species. Even if the federal government weakens them. So the president was surrounded by a lot of Republican congress members from the central valley when he signed this a few of them are in races. That are tighter than expected. Is it a coincidence that this is coming so close to the election? There's a lot of speculation that no it was not a coincidence. I mean, you have people like Representative Jeff Denham from turlock his race is a lot tighter than maybe he expected. And a lot of them. Got this great photo op with the president signing something and they can go back to their constituents. Mostly farmers saying look what we did for you. Even though really this. Memorandum will probably have very little immediate impact for those farmers in terms of getting water that was Lauren summer, and I'm

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Kavanaugh hears first arguments as Supreme Court justice

All Things Considered

03:50 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh hears first arguments as Supreme Court justice

"That would be down from the group's earlier three point nine percent growth forecast. I'm ex close on Wall Street, the Dow is down fifty six points. The NASDAQ was up to this is N. NPR? From kqed news, I'm Tiffany, Cam high. A former inmate at Santa Rita jail is suing the Alameda sheriff's office and four deputies claiming they allowed another inmate to spray him routinely with urine and feces in his federal civil rights law suit for Nando sirri-a alleges deputies would open his cell door for the other inmate to spray him attorney John Burris says the deputies conspire to target his client who was having mental health problems. This is sadistic conduct because you essentially not only going feces and urine on him. You Beijing you do not count as a human being you have no perky Hugh can't do anything about this. The four deputies have pleaded not guilty to criminal charges for alleged involvement in the salts. Andrea and other inmates. This office did not return calls for comment, Salesforce, CEO Mark Benny office, throwing his support and cash behind a San Francisco. Ballot measure to increase funding for the homeless. The money would come from a tax hike on big companies, like his cake guy, marzorati has more. Benny often Salesforce are promising at least two million dollars toward supportive proposition. See if the measure passes and the gross receipts tax goes up for the city's biggest businesses Salesforce will have to pay millions more. But many off tells the chronicle that's worth it in order to double the money. The city has for homeless services SF mayor London breed is the top voice against

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Undecided. Senators have to do what they think is right and said, he found Christine Blasi Ford's testimony compelling. There was an incredible moment. I think about countries. But certainly she was a very credible with this. I these news headlines from K Q E news. I'm Tiffany Cam. High. Local congressional leaders say they're encouraged by a one week delay of a full Senate vote on judge brat Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court, pending an FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against him cake. Peter Jon Shuler reports. The Senate Judiciary committee sent Kavanagh's nomination to the full Senate on a party line vote. But in a last-minute maneuver, Arizona Republican Senator Jeff flake called for the FBI to investigate before the Senate votes ranking member Senator Dianne Feinstein said that's what Democrats have been calling for all along. I would support that motion. I think we do need this investigation. Oakland congresswoman, Barbara Lee says America is watching women around the country understand that I believe these individuals are going to be held accountable at the President Trump has ordered the FBI. I to investigate the allegations. I'm Peter Jon Shuler cake. We d- news. Some ninety million Facebook users were locked out of their accounts today after the Menlo Park social media giant announced hackers had access to user's profiles cake, senior Silicon Valley editor Tanya Moseley has more the attackers hacked into what's called the view as feature a privacy function. That allows us to see what our Facebook profile looks like to another person Facebook has called on the FBI to help find out who or what entity is behind the attack. Here's C E O, Mark Zuckerberg. This is a really serious security issue. And I've this underscores the need to keep on investing heavily in security, and and being more proactive about protecting our community. They spoke is already under scrutiny by four federal agencies looking into its role in the widespread Russian disinformation campaign during the two thousand sixteen presidential election and its relationship with Cambridge Analytica im Tanya Moseley. K Q E D news, California, regulators approved a kind of declaration of independence today from the Trump administration's weaker standards for auto emissions and fuel economy cake, science editor Craig Miller explains. A small tweaked of the state's current regulation, but it has potentially big consequences ever since a compromise deal with the Obama administration any cars that comply with federal standards would automatically comply here, but faced with the Trump administration's plans to weaken those rules, the California Air Resources board will now maintain its own strict standards for tailpipe emissions beyond twenty twenty. When the federal EPA plans to freeze them and cars sold here will have to meet California standards, something the federal EPA is seeking to override automakers asked that the board hold off on the change while the state negotiates with federal regulators, but those talks have not been productive. I'm Craig Miller news governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a Bill that would have prohibited gun shows at a bay area venue from politics and government desk, Katie or reports the Bill from Senator Scott Weiner would have banned gun and ammunition sales at the cow palace in a veto message. Brown says the decision on whether to allow gun shows should be made at the local level Brown approved a measure that will raise the minimum age to purchase any firearm in the state to twenty one previously that law had only applied to handguns. He also signed a Bill that will restrict firearm possession among people placed under multiple involuntary psychiatric holds because they're at risk of harming themselves or others in Sacramento. I'm Katie or kick E D news. San Francisco mayor London breed says she plans to implement a new law that would allow judges to force people with severe addiction and mental health issues who are often homeless into treatment cake, Mercer has more governor Jerry Brown. Signed Senate Bill ten forty five this week allowing San Francisco to opt into a five year pilot program people with mental health and substance abuse issues..

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Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

"Vast sections of the northern island rocked by the intensity of the typhoon known locally as Hong eager to avoid a repeat of typhoon Haiyan that claimed more than six thousand lives in two thousand thirteen the government deployed assets in aid early. The preparations are credited in part for the comparatively. Low death toll president Rodrigo Duterte thanked disaster. Officials and tours the worst hit areas Monday, Julie McCarthy, NPR news Manila. Good news today for residents of Massachusetts

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Kurds opt out of first local elections in Syria since 2011

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00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Kurds opt out of first local elections in Syria since 2011

"In Syria, the Assad regime is holding municipal elections today. The first one since anti-government protests broke out across the country seven years ago, NPR's Lama alario reports pulse opened in government controlled areas on Sunday with more than forty thousand candidates competing for over eighteen thousand seats. It's the first municipal elections since the country descended into civil war Syrian troops are now back in control of more than two thirds of the country where most of the voting is taking place, but in the north the Kurdish lead self administration area is refusing to participate in the elections. It's officials say they wanna federal Syria that respects their atonomy from Damascus. Meanwhile. Syrian rebels in it live, which is their last. Major stronghold near Turkey are waiting for a potential government defensive to begin civilians are fleeing to areas near the Turkish border while world powers tried to negotiate a solution. Lemon lion. NPR news.

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q., e. news I'm Tiffany Cam high the two. Defendants in the deadly 2016 Oakland warehouse fire case are. Expected to be sentenced during a two day. Hearing starting this morning kick you ease khloe Veldman reports this closes a major chapter and. One of the bay area's worst Tragedies resident. Nikki Qelba escaped the burning ghost ship warehouse after the fire broke out the illegal living space during a concert I was hit with a huge cloud of black smoke that almost knocked me out that's when the power went out I had to know how far to jump out over my steps because. I couldn't see them it took three days for firefighters to recover. All thirty six bodies from the collapsed building the Alameda County. District attorney's office launched a criminal investigation in June two thousand. Seventeen mainly s- it Derek Amana and, tenant, max, Harris were arrested, and last. Month they, pleaded guilty. To thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter man his wife Mike Allison. Says her husband is. Crippled with remorse eastern going through so much the massive grief and disillusionment and confusion omega and Harris each faced up to thirty nine year sentences but under the terms. Of a plea agreement they may end up serving less than ten David Gregory is the father of one. Of the victims mechanic Gregory we just wanted, some Justice fair Justice we don't feel that In our. Opinion that was just the, FIS course remains inconclusive a civil lawsuit against the city of. Oakland and. The property's owner is ongoing, I'm khloe Veldman take news more local coverage online at k. q. e. news dot org I'm. Tiffany Cam high support comes from we work modern workspaces curated. Business services and the global, community w.. E. dot CO slash The State Department announced more sanctions on Moscow with President Trump's close ties to Russian, President Vladimir Putin. Some say there is a policy disconnect the details on that, story are ahead along with a report on Uber in, New York City I a reminder.

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Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship

All Things Considered

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship

"Doc judge on one day it may seem as though he's attacking the prosecution in on the next day, as we entered the defense's case, he will be attacking them as well. We'll hear about the biggest wildfire and modern California history, whether cutting down trees makes wildfires less intense and tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia over human rights. It's trying to tell the international community that if you're companies want a piece of the pie in Saudi Arabia, they'd better not criticize us. First, these headlines. Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Jack Speer Paul manafort's former business partner Rick gates took the. Stand today for a second straight day as NPR's miles parks explains he was the only witness to testify in the endured a tough. Cross examination manafort's defense team is intent on string Rick gates, credibility, as a witness, there was, clear again when defense attorney Kevin downing probe gates on Tuesday, gates is he helped metaphor commit financial fraud by hiding money from the IRS and. Accounts overseas and lying banks to get loans but downing ask gates how he could possibly be trusted by the, jury the defense attorney asked about an. Extramarital affair gates had decade ago about the hundreds of, thousands of dollars Gates's admitted embezzling for Manafort gates is expected to take the stand again when court. Resumes Wednesday morning miles parks NPR news nearly fourteen thousand firefighters are battling seventeen major wildfires in California a pair, of fires in northern California. Have, combined become The largest fire in the state's history scorching more than two hundred. Ninety thousand acres. Kqed.org Tiffany Cam high reports. Mendicino complex is to fires burning about one hundred and twenty. Miles north of San Francisco. Persistent hot and dry weather have helped it grow too. It's unprecedented size here's. Cal fire spokeswoman Heather Williams it remains to be, very active it has. Limited access for our crews and it's, burning it, heavy fuel allows so it continues to pose challenges, to fire crews meanwhile triple digit weather extremely low humidity and gusty winds continue to complicate the fight. Further north near the city of reading where the car fire has been. Burning for more than two weeks for NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high relatives with a man shot to death by police officers in. Saint Paul Minnesota have joined in calls for the immediate release, a, police body Cam, footage and, the nine one one call it preceded his death bureau of, criminal apprehension in a statement today saying Forty-three-year-old William James Hughes. Died of multiple. Gunshot wounds early Sunday morning when. Officers responded to a call of shots fired and apartment building Melvin Carter's the city's mayor I am reiterating. My call, for a transparent. Thorough in timely investigation including release of body Cam footage as soon as possible so far, there's, been no details about what happened at the scene. Police say Hughes. Was armed use relatives, and their. Supporters held a vigil last night. At the Minneapolis American Indian center US employers were posting more. Help wanted ads. In June than they were the previous month the. Labor, Department reporting job, openings rose, by three thousand to just over six point six million that number is actually higher than the number of people searching for work and close to APRIL's figure of six point. Eight million a record high stocks powered higher today with the broader market up after some strong. Second quarter earnings numbers for major corporations Dow gained, a hundred and twenty six points the s. and p. five hundred closed up eight points today the NASDAQ rose twenty three points, you're listening to NPR From news I'm Tara Siler south bay congresswoman Zoe Lofgren is bashing and. Expected proposal from the Trump administration that would make it tougher for legal. Immigrants to get green cards and citizenship if they have used public programs like ObamaCare according to an NBC news report the proposal could impact imigrants even if it was their American family members who used. A Bama care children's health insurance, or food stamps Lofgren says immigrants on welfare are, already in. Eligible to become citizens or residents is to try and get Trump's core voters to double down on the idea that, immigrants are cheaters and, welfare recipients really that's completely false Lofgren expects the proposal to be tied up in litigation if introduced at least, four Lake County unified school districts had delayed their start date due to the Mendocino complex. Fires lake port. Upper lake Lucerne and can ACTA. Unified school districts anticipate Starting the new school year in mid to late August depending on how the fire is controlled by those dates the delay will affect at least fifty one hundred students in the area, lake. Port district superintendent. April April Lieberman says the classrooms are currently filled with ash so we have to have all of that cleaned up before we can have students come back so you have the cleaning, of the buildings. Including the outside because there's ash everywhere And then you also have the air quality you, have multiple things happening at the same time Kelsey Ville and Middletown unified. School district's we'll have a normal start date and do not intimate any changes as of now I'm.

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One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says

The Takeaway

03:16 min | 2 years ago

One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says

"Weekend in the city Why should I This over, the weekend officials say at least eleven people were shot to death and dozens. Were wounded pastor James Brooks called on people to stop blaming each other and unite against gun violence is, a big problem but we need. To come together And block hands and say we can't stand, it anymore we will not stand for it anymore we must save our most of. The shootings occurred in, low income neighborhoods where gangs are active so far no arrests have been made new research from the centers for disease control and prevention says babies can develop problems caused by, the Zeke of virus even when they seem fine. When they're, born NPR's rob Stein has more the CDC followed northern fourteen hundred babies who are exposed, to Zico in the, womb when their mothers got infected with the virus when they were pregnant it's the largest study to follow Zico exposed babies so far six percent were born, with birth, defects such, as very small heads and severely damaged brains a condition called microcephaly but a, total of fourteen percent had developed some kind of problem that could have been. Caused by the virus by their first birthdays that included vision problems developmental delays and seizures twenty babies develop, microcephaly even though their heads were Normal at birth rob starring NPR news the Dow, is up one hundred and forty seven points the s&p is up ten this is NPR, news from k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high around fourteen thousand firefighters. Are battling seventeen large, wildfires across California today so far those blazes have killed nine people burned more than six hundred nineteen thousand acres and damaged or destroyed over two thousand buildings yesterday the blazes, known as the Mendocino complex became California's largest fire. On record, burning more than two hundred ninety thousand acres and lake Mendocino and Qaluza counties over half, of lake counties acreage, has been affected by fire since two thousand fifteen the Ferguson fire burning end and around Yosemite has charred through ninety four thousand acres and the car fire, and Chester, county has, burned more than one hundred sixty seven thousand acres Bart says it's considering a. Long list of measures to improve safety after a spate of. Deadly violence on the. Transit system cake Dan Brekke says the first, of those. Steps may already be able. To patrons the Bart police department has cancelled regular days. Off where patrol officers who. Will be working six ten hour shifts a week until further. Notice Bart says that means more officers aboard trains and in stations the district's board of directors will also discuss a host of other. Proposals this week from general manager grace chronic on made in the wake of three unrelated homicides on the system in late July those measures include stepping up efforts against fare evasion training. Station staffer backup security roles and enhancing BART's existing surveillance. System if fully implemented the new measures would cost at least twenty five million dollars I'm Dan Brekke Kate tweedy news and I'm Tiffany Cam high k..

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East Bay, Tiffany Cam and KiKi Weedy discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:49 min | 2 years ago

East Bay, Tiffany Cam and KiKi Weedy discussed on Morning Edition

"Thirty one from, KiKi weedy news I'm Tiffany Cam high Cal fire officials say the set of blazes known. As the Mendocino complex just north of the bay area. Is now the largest wildfire in California history the combined river and. Ranch fires in lake and Mendocino counties have consumed more than two hundred, ninety thousand acres and is thirty four percent contained. Firefighting aircraft have already dumped, a, million. Gallons of flame retardant on the fires, Cal fire Representative Scott McLean says this fire is, unusual because it spreads as much at night as it does during the day long arduous extremely difficult fight for all. Temperatures in the area are Expected to. Go back up above one hundred degrees over the next few days smoke from that massive, blaze and other wildfires could start having an, impact on some, bay area, residents this, week national weather service officials say. Hayes is currently suspended aloft as far south as Bakersfield Ralph warming of the bay. Area air quality management district says smoke is expected to dip. Down to ground level. In parts of, the north and East Bay this afternoon and remain at. Least through Wednesday wind patterns are changing now and we have also increasing inland, temperatures in parts of the, East Bay so, it's possible that is spirit the airliner could also be called mid week and we will do that if we, think that air quality will exceed federal health standards foreman says that. Residents should try. To avoid exposure if they smell smoke by staying indoors and putting air conditioners into recirculating mode I'm Tiffany Cam high, kqed.org, support for NPR comes from focus features presenting black Klansmen From director Spike Lee and producer Jordan Peele based on the true story of the first African. American detective. To go undercover and.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q. e. news. I'm Tiffany Cam high Cal fire officials say the set of blazes known as. The Mendocino complex just, north of the, bay area is now the largest wildfire in California history the combined river ranch fires in lake and Mendocino counties, have consumed more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres and is. Thirty percent contained. Firefighting aircraft have, already dumped a million gallons of flame retardant on the fires Cal fire Representative Scott McLean says this, fire, is unusual because it spreads as. Much as night as it does during the day long arduous extremely difficult fight for all concerned temperatures in the area are expected to go back up above one hundred degrees over the next few days smoke from that, massive blaze and other, wildfires could start having an, impact on some bay area residents this week national weather, service officials say Hayes is currently suspended Aloft as far south as Bakersfield Ralph Borman of the bay area air quality. Management district says smoke is expected to dip down to ground. Level in parts of. The north and, East Bay this afternoon and remain at least through Wednesday. Wind patterns are changing now and we have also increasing inland temperatures in parts. Of the East Bay, so it's possible, that is spare the airliner could also be called mid week and we will do that if we think that, air quality will exceed federal health standards warming says that residents should. Try to avoid. Exposure if they, smell smoke by staying indoors and.

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US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions

Science Friday

04:31 min | 2 years ago

US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a. Year after the worst mass shooting in US, history Las Vegas police have issued a final report on the investigation into a killing spree that left fifty, eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells us that police say after the, months long investigation. They still don't know why the shooter did it tar county sheriff Joe Lombardo release a final one hundred. Eighty three page report on the police investigation at a? Morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifest. Or even or. Not to answer questions the totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess. As to the motives of Stephen paddock, Lombardo called the shooter an, unremarkable man that he had never done anything. To draw law enforcement's attention until October first two thousand seventeen when he opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral, analysis unit will be releasing In its report by the end of the year Leila Fadel NPR. News the treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asian, security summit, this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot. Is urging countries, in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying. Knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant transaction, at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary, foreign exchange Bank urging Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled out, by the treasury. Department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging Countries to better enforce sanctions on. North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go to achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand workers to. Their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace in the first half of the year it was below that and below expectations. JJ can Eoghan is chief market, strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some. Expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at what came out. For the may in June reports they were both. Revised higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent. On, Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points this is NPR news From k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high federal fire officials say flames from the massive Ferguson. Fire have prompted, a, new mandatory evacuation for Yosemite valley this morning park officials say. The blaze which started weeks, ago in, the, Sierra national forest is burning near the Wattana area of Yosemite within, the park's western boundary park spokesman Scott get, him in the, fire has entered the park it is along the highway forty. One corridor along the road where the. Firefighters are doing the backfiring operations park officials shut off the won'the. Area and Yosemite valley to all visitors last week the. Ferguson fire has scorched more than seventy three thousand acres and it's. Forty one percent contained meanwhile a team from the national weather service and Cal, fire have begun investigating the. Large fire world or fire tornado that ripped through, a section of reading a. Week ago in the early stages. Of the car fire As KiKi weedy science editor Danielle vent. And tells us they've released some preliminary, findings winds were in excess of one hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control. Fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant on the scale used for tornadoes the, winds, were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline towers uproot. Trees and tear the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report but according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet.

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Dr. Larry Nassar, NPR and Yemen discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Larry Nassar, NPR and Yemen discussed on Morning Edition

"The live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman. The Labor Department says July's unemployment rate fell to three point nine percent at the same time. One hundred fifty, seven thousand jobs were created. The agency also revised upward job gains for prior months. Meanwhile, China's says it is poised to impose billions of dollars worth of new tariffs on American exports, NPR's or Berliner pass more. This is definitely an escalation of tit for tat at China. Now says it is prepared to impose tariffs on sixty billion dollars of US America of American goods. This only would follow if the Trump administration goes ahead with its threat to impose tariffs of perhaps as high as twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. NPR's oria Berliner, former Michigan State University sports. Dr. Larry Nassar is appealing conditions of his sentencing hearing today. Day he's asking for a. Different judge than the one who sentenced him two decades in prison hundreds of women say he sexually. Assaulted them Michigan public radio's shayna Roth has more Larry Nassar sentencing hearing went on for seven days seven days in which more than one hundred women and young girls told the stories. Of how Nassar, abused them upon handing down. The. Sentence judge Rosemarie Aquilina said I'm just find yourself warranted Nassar's attorneys say comments like this show aqua Lena was biased. They say she should be. Taken off the. Case and a different judge should decide whether Nassar may be resentenced the state attorney general's office argues that Nassar got a fair hearing it. Says judge aqua Lena was allowed to be harsh and voice the. Communities quote moral outrage for NPR news I'm shayna Roth in Lansing Michigan the world held organization warns Yemen may be on the brink of. A major, new cholera epidemic Lisa Shlein reports from Geneva the WHO fears this new. Outbreak may be worse than previous ones because of the weakened condition of the population following more than three years of civil war Yemen. Has had two major waves of cholera epidemics in recent years. WHO expert pita Salama says a steady increase in cases over the past, weeks suggest Yemen may be on the cusp of a third wave he says people are at great risk of getting ill because they are. Severely malnourished what we're, likely to see is even Even higher death rates among the color of cases that do occur because people. Just don't have the physical resources to fight the disease any longer. WHO is, appealing to the warring parties to stop fighting for three days so, it, can begin an oral cholera. Vaccination campaign in northern Yemen, on. Saturday for NPR news I'm Lisa shine in Geneva on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average. Is up fifty two points. At twenty five. Thousand three hundred seventy nine the NASDAQ is down twelve at seventy seven ninety this is NPR from news I'm Tiffany Cam high local air. Regulators are issuing an air advisory today through Sunday warning that wins. Could push smoke from the Mendocino complex fire and Lake County into the bay area especially the north bay changing wind patterns will continue to. Be a, challenge for firefighters but meteorologist Jan null says the temperatures will come down. A little cubby conditions over the decks Dixie days are are. Not going to be as extremists we saw, about a week ago maybe it's go to ward back up again the the temperatures are going to be you know into the low. One hundred's dotted you the kid sort of raised so getting a bit of a. Respite meanwhile team from the national weather service and Cal fire have begun investigating the large firewall. Or fire tornado that ripped through a section. Of reading a week ago in the early stages of the massive car fire as science editor Daniel. Benton tells us they released some preliminary findings winds. Were in excess of one. Hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant. On the scale used for. Tornadoes the winds were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline. Towers uproot trees and tear, the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report But according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet of when I'm Daniel Vinton KiKi Dee news there's..

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U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints

Morning Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints

"Just outside the Harley planting Kansas City there's a. Wide place in the road where plant workers take smoke breaks Dave sitting on the curb wouldn't. Give his last name but he says the shiny new motorcycle parked next to, him reflects a better time wouldn't have bought it if I had known Oh will probably told plant workers not to talk to reporters spitting formerly Mincy they don't. Know what they'll do next Harley sales fell into a skid for years ago and continue to slump the company knows plans to close the Kansas City plant in January US. Steel tariffs and retaliatory tariffs against Harley since sep- the prophet for motorcycle exports so Crawley's revving. Up plants in Asia for NPR news I'm Frank Morris in Kansas City the first week of testimony in the trial of. Paul Manafort wraps up today NPR's Windsor Johnston reports the former Trump campaign chairman is facing. More, than a dozen Bank and tax fraud charges the jury is expected, to hear more testimony today, from one. Of manafort's accountants fill up a lift told yours yesterday that he was. Unaware that metaphor kept offshore Bank accounts he also testified, that the lack of accurate information provided would lead to an incorrect tax return the prosecution has been working. To prove that metaphor Cheated the US. Government out of millions of dollars. In undeclared. Income from his work for pro Russian politicians and Ukraine Manafort has pleaded not guilty to eighteen counts of Bank in tax fraud his trial is, the, first stemming from this special counsel's investigation of Russian interference in the. Two thousand sixteen presidential election Windsor Johnston NPR news on. Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial. Average is up fifty four points the NASDAQ is up. Nearly six points you're listening to NPR news from news I'm Tiffany Cam high California is joining a lawsuit against the Trump administration to. Block the release of three d. printed plastic gun blueprints attorney general heavier Sarah said yesterday that he plans to join other state prosecutors challenging a settlement the administration reached with. A Texas based company to release the plans on the internet the Sarah says allowing the technology. Online is crazy and outrageous a federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked the release of the blueprints Trump has said he would look into reversing the decision to release. The plans San Francisco's moved to allow some noncitizens to vote in school. Board elections has created a lot of national buzz but so far only one person has actually gone through the registration, process required, by proposition n the city's. Director of elections John aren't says that's not surprising since. The forms only became available last month. But he says there's another reason why. Would be voters may. Be holding back there is a lot of uncertainty around the potential impact of people's personal information being obtained by the. Federal government, aren't says state election law does permit government agencies to access, the master voter, file which would contain the names and addresses of both citizens and non-citizens only parents. Legal guardians or caregivers of kids under nineteen who live in the city are eligible And in sports the giants, beat the Diamondbacks eight to one they play again in Arizona this evening while the as host the Tigers I'm.

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From news I'm. Tiffany Cam high fire officials say they've made progress in, containing the two wildfires known as the Mendocino complex be combined ranch and river fires have scorched more than eighty thousand acres one. Is twelve percent contained the other ten percent Adrian Fernandez, Bauman is the. Managing editor of the Mendocino, voice these fires started within an hour of each other basically and they they just exploded in size over the past few, days because of the extremely. Dry, conditions. In the win but also because there are so many fires happening, across California right now said Cal fire another fire departments are just stretched thin and the, number of resources that you'd normally, see, on a, fire of this scale simply couldn't get here in time because they were already on Fire's meanwhile the court system in Lake, County is. Shut down following emergency orders from the California superior courts chief Justice the courts notice sites demands on law enforcement responding to the Mendocino. Complex fire and mandatory evacuations affecting court staff. Attorneys and clients criminal defense attorney, John Henley says he had several clients with court dates set this week including, a jury trial that will. Now be pushed back it is sort of. A big deal because cases are all going to. Be bunched. Up in other words you're gonna have a huge. Magnitude of cases when the courts do open back up on Monday the Lake County sheriff's office move nearly three hundred inmates from its facility to Alameda County Santa Rita jail. Because of the fires KiKi dis forum plans to air a. Segment on the Mendocino blazes. At nine this morning I'm Tiffany camhi high cake you eating news and support for k. q. weedy comes from visitors coverage providing international travel insurance to protect against medical and travel emerging While abroad visitors coverage Tiffany is going, to have, more local news for us at about seven forty five this morning and coming up on morning edition firefighters here in northern California, are beginning to. Make progress containing the massive car fire in the reading area.

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Smoking ban takes effect in public housing

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Smoking ban takes effect in public housing

"And AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation From NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly officials. In northern California say a. Wildfire that's been burning for nine days in the reading area has. Now destroyed nine hundred sixty five homes. That, number continues to grow as crews, work to contain the car fire containment is at less than one third, it's left six people, dead Tiffany Cam high with member station k. q. e. d. reports on another wildfire. North of San Francisco the Mendocino complex fire has quickly become one of, the largest active wildfires in California a Cal fire spokeswoman says, crews have been making good. Progress on containment especially since more than six hundred. Firefighters from across the state joined the fight Monday night thousands of people from nearby towns have been. Evacuated the UN is condemning the militants. Who carried out yesterday's attack on a government building in Jalalabad Afghanistan NPR's Diaa Hadid says it left fifteen People dead the attack began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the gate. Of a government building it ended hours, later the dead included an aid worker with the International Rescue Committee it followed an attack. On Saturday when an ISIS. Militants stormed dormitory the midwife trainees they killed three people ISIS and. The Taliban are active in and around. Jalalabad, neither group is claiming responsibility for, yesterday's attack I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington and I'm Richard Hake on WNYC, in New York the, city's public housing residents are being told no smoking allowed anywhere on Nitra property starting. Monday public housing authorities across the country began enforcing the smoking ban WNYC, Zoe Atalay spoke to nitro residents about the new policy at, side the proof houses were. His family has lived for ten years Hector Melendez. Says prohibiting tenants from smoking inside their apartment is about more than.

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President Trump, NPR and President discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:30 min | 2 years ago

President Trump, NPR and President discussed on The Takeaway

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh a. Jury has been seated in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort the panel consists of six men and six women, and opening statements are scheduled this hour NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Manafort is facing more than a dozen counts, of Bank and, tax fraud charges Manafort is accused of laundering tens of millions of dollars. From work on behalf of pro Russian Ukrainian politicians Victoria the study of the Brennan. Center for Justice says the case offers the first public test of special, counsel Robert Muller's investigative, reach, if you can gather this sort of documentation of financial shenanigans on Manafort than. Just imagine the sort, of data and documentation and evidence he's going to be able to gather on President Trump thirty five witnesses are scheduled to. Testify including manafort's longtime business partner Rick gates who Struck a plea deal with prosecutors Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington the president is taking shots at the billionaire conservative coke brothers today Trump. Tweeted quote the. Globalist coke brothers who have become a total joke in. Real Republican circles are, against strong borders and powerful trade he goes on to say I never sought their support because I don't need. Their money or bad ideas they love my tax and regulation cuts judicial picks and more. End quote NPR's Domenico Montanaro says the president's weak comes after the coke brothers network place an, ad criticizing. Trump's, new sheriff's some this split is remarkable I mean let's remember that the cook brothers network has pledged to, spend four hundred million. Dollars on these elections in really key races all across the country now the president says he doesn't need them but his party certainly, does and it really represents how Trump sees his own brand and his survival as separate from the party, NPR's Domenico Montanaro, we should know At. Coke industries the multinational company controlled by the, brothers is, among NPR's, financial. Supporters Turkish media are reporting that a court, in Ishmael has rejected, an appeal, for, the release of US pastor Andrew Brunson NPR's Peter Kenyon. Reports Trump administration has been demanding Brenton's release sentenced Turkish lawyer. Filed the appeal Monday asking, the court to lift the ban on Brenton leaving the country Turkish state media. Report the court denied the appeal after. Being arrested in December two thousand, sixteen Brunson was kept in prison for the better part of two years before being transferred to house arrest this. Month President Trump and other. Officials said, that wasn't enough and demanded Brenton's immediate release Brenton denies the terrorism related charges he's facing which carry a possible thirty five year prison term Trump. Is threaten Turkey with sanctions if Brunson isn't, released and returned to the. US Peter Kenyon NPR news stumbled the Dow is up one hundred twenty nine points at twenty five thousand four thirty six this is NPR from news I'm Tiffany Cam high Lake County authorities say they've arrested half a dozen people in the. Last two, days for crimes committed inside the evacuation zones of. Neighborhoods where residents. Have fled from wildfires the sheriff's office announced this morning that deputies have arrested six people on charges ranging from being in. An authorized unauthorized zone and an evacuation area to prowling. And possession of burglary tools the arrests took place in neighborhoods that became vacant because they were threatened by flames from what's been. Dubbed the Mendocino complex that's the name for two wildfires that burned some seventy five thousand acres and destroyed ten. Structures some, firefighters are battling these blazes even as they themselves faced displacement cake you idiot khloe. Veldman has more the wildfires burning in Mendocino and lake counties have already claimed tens of thousands of acres of forest Tricia Austin is a fire prevention specialists working for. Cal fire Is Mendocino, unit, like a. Few, of her colleagues she's being both professionally. And personally affected by the flames Austin. And her family had to evacuate their home in lake port near the Mendocino national forest over the weekend she arranged for her nephew to take her. Eighty six year old mother to Roseville and her pets, to Sacramento with a, friend once my family was removed from the situation then I was able to focus on my job and. I didn't have to worry Austin says if a house does Ben at least family will be safe I'm khloe Veldman k.. Cutie news.

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Ron Dellums, U.S. lawmaker who led push for sanctions against South Africa, dead at 82

All Things Considered

03:38 min | 2 years ago

Ron Dellums, U.S. lawmaker who led push for sanctions against South Africa, dead at 82

"Cornish. This hour Harvard University turns over new documents in a lawsuit over its. Admissions process what those documents say about how the school evaluates Asian American? Applicants praises like is he in bright or, works hard. But little she have any fun also followed for the head of CVS who faces allegations of sexual misconduct and a new list of the two hundred greatest songs. By twenty first, century women you look at lists even if the best music of the two thousand you'll get beyond saying at. The top but often the rest of the list is really mostly centered. Around men now news from k. q. e.. D. news I'm Tiffany. Cam high the former mayor of Oakland and. East Bay congressman Ron Dellums. Has died Dellums was in Oakland native and in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy one he became the first black congressman from northern California during his career which spanned more than. Forty years he was an war activist and a supporter of social. Justice movements He died this morning at his home in Washington DC at the age of eighty two, k. q., e. d. politics reporter guy marzorati joins me now to look back on Dellums. Life first of all guy how did Dellums get his start in politics. Well it really was through organizing and activism has uncle Seattle was a? Well known local union leader dome served in, the marines. He then became a Berkeley city council member right at the time we're Berkeley was kind of a national epicenter of antiwar protests and Dellums really took that activism. With him when, he went to congress what kind of impacted Dellums have when he served in the US house of representatives well. I think what really stood out most from my conversations today with domes. Former colleagues and his friends is that he. Never lost that activists. Spirit when you've got to Capitol Hill he. Kind of just shouted it. From a larger platform and he was known to take stand strong political. Stance the first being against the Vietnam war than his efforts against apartheid government in South Africa you. Know year after year he would put forward these resolutions against the South African government finally, in the mid eighties he got an led an effort to impose sanctions I talked? With, Sandra Swanson a former assemblyman who was an early staffer for Dellums and he said domes really took the efforts to back Nelson Mandela really personally and that's when he grew a, beard he said I'm going to I'm going to not, shave his beard Nelson Mandela's three although he keep his. Beard after Nelson Mandela was free and that culminated in one thousand nine hundred ninety when, Dellums actually, hosted Nelson Mandela a huge celebration at the Oakland call him Dumbs was also the mayor of Oakland from. Two thousand seven to two. Thousand and eleven what was his legacy there yeah I think it's. Fair, to say that most, people when they talk about domes like they split. It between his time in congress and then those four years in the mayor's office because those were, rocky came during the great recession there's a lot of internal. Turmoil at city hall and ultimately I. Think the, complaint you may, hear most is that he just wasn't present hands on. Enough I talked with former councilman Ignasio de LA Fuente he ran against alums in two thousand and six here's how he put it being mayor of the city is specially like golden Different again before. In job is the different. Demands that and and I don't think he was Well. But he tried and obviously could but I should say that domes time in congress he did he was known. As someone who provided for his district who got a lot of federal funding back to Oakland what kind of?.

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Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

All Things Considered

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

"Services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San, Francisco based Bank is in the. Process of paying those customers back according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wall Street today the Dow was down one hundred and thirty four points This, is NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high the US army is investigating the collapse of a. Large military tent at an. Army base in Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical training exercise at fort hunter Liggett believe the tent over last night Master Sergeant Valery resonate he, says it, was part, of a, training exercise we had men come in and practicing landings, to drop off and pick up the. Casualties all of, this soldiers injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's. Rights, groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education kick you ease Raquel Maria Dillon. Has. More from the federal court hearing in San Francisco today Education secretary. Betsy DeVos has said campus sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting, incidents to universities our schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in, the position of no longer taking seriously, and an implementing their. Duties to ensure equal access to all students regardless. Of sex attorneys for the government said vases efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault. Investigations.

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Additional fines could amount of percent of its Parent company alphabet daily worldwide earnings for NPR news I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels stocks mostly gained ground today in. Pardon an, uptick in financial, and industrial companies the Dow was up seventy nine points the NASDAQ closed down but just a. Fraction this is NPR Frankie weedy, news I'm Tiffany Cam. High firefighters, battling a largely out of control wildfire near Yosemite national park faced hot and dry conditions today with more problematic weather on. The horizon the Ferguson fire is now more than seventeen thousand acres and is, just five percent contained here's Cal fire spokesman Richard Egan the terrain has been a significant problem it's pretty steep terrain not really easily accessible by foot forecasters say thunderstorms tonight could create gusty winds posing a threat to firefighters a thirty six year old firefighter died. Saturday after his bulldozer overturned officials say to other Other firefighters, were injured yesterday A. Portion of California's scenic highway one is open again to motorist after more than. A year of being closed last may a massive landslide buried a quarter mile stretch of the, highway north of San Simeon and just south of the town of Gorda millions of tons of earth moved displacing. Seventy five acres of land Jim Easterbrook was touring. The, area from southern California oh. I think scale is. Amazing the scale is. Incredible I look at it I thought it. Was just a little slide I didn't know it, was like of the scale the, new stretch of road costs more than. Fifty million dollars to build California is requiring counties to provide free. Postage for vote. By mail.

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"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news From k. q., e. news I'm Tiffany Cam high. In online video showing animal abuse inside a pig farm in Kentucky is drying. Attention to an initiative heading to California's November ballot the. Video, released yesterday by Los Angeles based animal. Rights group mercy for animals is graphic in. It pigs can be seen confined in tight cages while other. Footage shows farmworkers brutally kicking and hitting the animals the animal rights group claims it would become illegal. To sell products produced under, these, conditions, in, California if, voters approve of proposition twelve Sacramento. Bee political reporter Brian, Anderson is following the story so first of all can? You explain what proposition twelve intends to do proposition twelve basically expands some living space for pigs. Calves and egg-laying, hens over the. Next several years so right now animals are confirmed Find in unspecified square, feet levels and this adds off of, proposition two back in two thousand. Eight and it more clearly defines specific dimensions in which animals will have to. Be confined going forward and there's a little bit of. A, grace period where some of it takes. Effect in twenty twenty but a lot of. The main portion of this proposition will go into effect starting. In twenty twenty two calling for egg-laying hens to have some cage free environments in the video that. Was released yesterday shows animal, abuse, in, Kentucky, so this, initiative has the potential they hit. Farms outside of California, yes so one key part of this proposition is that? It will apply to any company really selling products in California so other suppliers out of state. Places like Kentucky, will if voters Decide to support this measure in November It'll basically say that out of state companies will have. To adopt to California standards going forward so this could potentially have a. Huge, impact. On the US agriculture industry oh absolutely this. Is a potential for some sweeping change, if you ask the proponents of, it but on a more contextual note there is some some regulations already on the books, as. Of two thousand eight with proposition two. So this would really be expanding requirements it's not really going to be as new and there's already been a lot of progress over the last decade within California and across, the country where you see food companies having sort of a greater awareness of what their confinement practices are. And going towards a cage free trend so this seems to be building on the existing. Progress, that's happened over, the past decade proposition twelve's predecessor properties To was approved by voters by about sixty three percent in two thousand eight coming into the November elections does this new initiative look. To have the same amount of support according to internal pulling from the humane society it does. Appear to have that I haven't reported on internal polling that they have. As, you. Have to worry about the question wording and lots of different factors but according to, supporters they're seeing a similar level, of support compared to two thousand eight and are expecting this to pass by probably at, least. A two-thirds support from California voters come. This November Brian Anderson thank you so much thanks for having me Ryan Anderson is a politics reporter with the Sacramento bee and I'm Tiffany Cam high kick you eating news, I'm Jeremy Hobson what's it like to translate in real time for world leaders you have to be able. To listen immediately grasp what someone is saying and put it into another language and put. It, into grammatical sentences And full sentences Of the worst things and interpreter can do is not finish since our series. On language continues that's next time on here now.

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McConnell refutes Trump: The EU "is our friend, the Russians are not"

Fresh Air

01:38 min | 2 years ago

McConnell refutes Trump: The EU "is our friend, the Russians are not"

"On the US political system Trump's eagerness to sell out America proves the Russians must have something personally politically or financially. On, President, Trump earlier house speaker Paul, Ryan and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell reaffirmed America's. Alliance with NATO and Europe it was a departure from President Trump's remarks ahead of the meeting with Putin when Trump call the twenty Eight-nation European Union a trade fo- Trump's. Summit with Putin was held days after special counsel Robert Muller indicted twelve Russian military intelligence. Officers for, their roles in, the hacking of Democratic, Party and other government computer systems in other news the Environmental Protection Agency is considering limits on. The science, it uses, to make regulations NPR's. Rebecca hersher reports many scientists are alarmed by the proposal air water and chemical regulations are. Based on, scientific studies for example studies about how particulates in the air, affect people's lungs or how common chemicals affect cancer risk many of those studies. Analyzed confidential medical data information that's used for research but not released the public now the EPA with support from fossil. Fuel, and, chemical industry groups is arguing, that such research isn't trustworthy because the raw data. Can't be made public the proposed rule would exclude such studies from regulatory consideration many scientists and doctors disagree At a packed public hearing dozens of people testified that the role. Would undermine the scientific process and would weaken public health regulations Rebecca hersher, NPR news this, is NPR from k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high San Francisco's.

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Protests in southern Iraq to demand better services, jobs

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Protests in southern Iraq to demand better services, jobs

"Live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump is on his way to helsinki finland for tomorrow's summit with russian president vladimir putin trump says he'll bring up last week's federal indictment of twelve russian intelligence officers for interfering in the us election but when asked in a cbs interview whether he would request putin extradite the russian officers trump says he hadn't considered it while i might i hadn't thought of that but i certainly i'll be asking about it meanwhile scottish police say they've arrested a man they say is connected to a paragliding incident over president trump's golf course in scotland friday evening as the president was entering the resort npr's alice fordham reports in a stunt organized by the environmental group greenpeace someone used a powered parachute to fly low of the gulf coast where the president spent the weekend tailing a banner that read trump wellbelowpar hashtag resist police say it was a violation of closed as base and now say they have arrested a fifty five year old man intonation with the incident trump's than four days in the uk in his post trip is president bush's prime minister theresa may field sunday morning that trump advised tattoo sue the european union rather than negotiate britain's departure from the block may said she had no intention of following that advice alice food him npr news gluskin iraq's prime minister sending troops and aid as protests spread throughout the southern part of the country demonstrators closed roads leading to major oilfields npr's jane raff reports it's more than one hundred and ten degrees there but protesters have gathered in cities across the south of iraq every day for the past week the south is the heart of iraq's oil industry but it's the poorest region in the country people there are demanding jobs and basic services like steady electricity prime minister hydro about sent soldiers and special forces to protect oil installations and government buildings that's after protesters and at least two cities stormed government offices some cities have imposed curfews about he is now promising three billion dollars in investments to create jobs in the region jane arraf npr news amman jordan the un says this year on afghantistan has been the deadliest for civilians in a decade that's when the u n mission there began recording civilian deaths the un says nearly seventeen hundred civilians have been killed in the first half of this year npr's diaa hadid reports the un says most civilians were killed in militant attacks mostly perpetrated by isis and the taliban many of those were brutal like january incident where the taliban hid explosives in an ambulance on main street in kabul that killed more than one hundred people but clashes between government forces and militants will also deadly two civilians npr's diaa hadid in islam abbad this is npr from k q e d news i'm tiffany cam high okay i gotta say i they noticed stepping out of my car there's a stench here i'm in the parking lot of san leandro water pollution control plant it's right by the oakland airport and next to a down that's where i met with plant manager justin jensen he's showing me another project getting tax money from measure a that's the clean and healthy bay measure this is the pond this deep this used to be a polishing pond meaning that we used to actually send our treatment plant effluent out here and process it further effluent is the treated water coming out of the plant the pond itself is about four acres it's overgrown with algae and there's a broken foot bridge now it's basically just temporary water storage johnson says with the help of measure a money it could be so much more changes this from what you see right here which is kind of an ugly old unused pond into something that's actually used to produce very very clean water this project will do that by creating wetlands to further treat the water coming out of the plant jackson says if the money wasn't granted the plant would have to construct more water storage tanks and use chemicals to treat the water.

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Russians relied on bitcoin to finance election hacking

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Russians relied on bitcoin to finance election hacking

"But opponents call that a taxpayer funded bailout for npr news i'm mandy chow in columbus federal reserve says it believes that low unemployment coupled with rising inflation will likely keep the body on track to continue with its current path of gradual interest rate increases that estimates that by late next year it's key shortterm interest rate is likely to beat a level that's deemed more restrictive for growth a wall street stocks ended the week on an up note the dow gained ninety four points the nasdaq closed up two points the sp five hundred rose three points today this is npr pancakey we news i'm tiffany cam high bay area members of congress say they're disturbed by the federal indictment of twelve russian intelligence agents for hacking the democratic party during the two thousand sixteen presidential election silicon valley congressman ro khanna it says this is the most serious evidence yet of russian interference with us elections i don't think any reasonable person reading these indictments can question that there was a systematic effort by the russians to meddle in the election east bay congressman jerry mcnerney says it's appalling that despite mounting evidence the hacking effort has been ridiculed and dismissed by president trump and his supporters this is a really important issue and it seems to be getting away from us in the sense that very strong allegations have come out and really nothing seems to be done about it so we're just setting yourself so for more problems like this the white house in trump surrogates were quick to play up the fact that the indictment contained no allegations against americans as proof that there was no collusion with the trump campaign trump's attorney rudy giuliani tweeted that special counsel robert muller should end his pursuit of the president and declared trump completely innocent the indictments come just days before trump is expected to meet with russian president vladimir putin house minority leader and san francisco congresswoman nancy pelosi called on trump to cancel the meeting for more state and local coverage go to our website k q e news dot org i'm tiffany camhi high support comes from the asia foundation equipping future leaders and honoring 'van ki moon in san francisco.

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Syrian rebels lose string of south-west towns

The California Report

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Syrian rebels lose string of south-west towns

"The trump administration argues it should be allowed to detain families for longer because of another court order this week a federal judge in san diego ordered the administration to reunify migrant families separated at the border within thirty days in order to comply with that ruling the department of justice says the administration wants to keep those families in detention for as long as their immigration cases take which could be months or years it's not clear how the judge overseeing the florida settlement will react to the government's plan which is also likely to draw more legal challenges from immigrant rights advocates joel rose npr news in syria forces allied with president bush shara lozad have recaptured large swaths of land from opposition forces in the southwest dhara province npr's lama laurean reports rebels appear to be backing down the opposition is quickly losing power over one of its last strongholds in syria syrian state tv is playing videos of rebels in and around various tons and data surrendering their weapons and waving syrian and russian flags a syrian regime troops swoop in and retake control and some of the remaining opposition we're in talks with russia early on saturday to negotiate a ceasefire but the rebels have rejected the terms of the agreements calling them humiliating according to opposition sources the deal offered by the russians contains the same terms rebels agree to in other parts of syria the offer says rebels must evacuate to the north of the country in areas controlled by turkey or accept the return of state rule lemonade lemon npr news this is npr from kiki weedy news i'm tiffany cam high as you just heard marches against the trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy are taking place today in hundreds of cities across the nation here in the bay area thousands of protesters are expected to take to the streets in the families belong together rally that's calling for the reunification of migrant families separated at the us mexico border cake nadine so by is in oakland near lake merritt where one of those protests is just wrapping up nineteen how many people came out to the protest today and what were you seeing there there were hundreds of people here at a park near lake merritt there were families so many families around a children of older people there was a whole bunch of around here and the people who came out to the rally did they say how or why they were moved to protest today i see one of the biggest things that they didn't wanna see families separated at the border adults didn't come alone they came number one shows solidarity with their entire family but they want us to see some numbers at the border come together just like their family and were you able to talk to any of the children that came actually i met not this one girl her name is dewey as she lives in berkeley and she's eight years old and she came up to me and she told me that she wrote a letter to president trump in the letter she said why are you separating families at the border and she's really passionate about this issue your child understand what you're going through and she really wants to see this fun that was nadine by reporting from oakland's lake merritt in a minute we'll have more on the immigration rallies happening in the bay area and across the state and alive california reports special i'm tiffany cam high.

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KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News i'm tiffany cam high oakland city council is set to vote tonight on giving twelve million dollars to a man hit by an oakland police car last year the council agreed on that settlement last week in closed session more than a year after elliott vanfleet sued the city for negligence kick you it's on your hudson reports in march of last year elliott vanfleet was riding his motorcycle through an intersection in uptown oakland and he was hit by an oakland police vehicle running a red light according to the lawsuit vanfleet was thrown from his motorcycle and sustained several serious injuries including the station of his lower left leg and a fractured vertebrae the lawsuit alleges it didn't look like the vehicle was in pursuit of another vehicle and that it did not stop before entering the intersection to make sure it was safe to do so as part of the settlement oakland is not admitting fault or wrongdoing for the incident i'm sonia hudson kiki weedy news a perio court has ruled that san mateo county can keep nine and a half million dollars in property taxes from biotech giant genentech the company had fought the county's assessment of the worth of machinery and equipment at its south san francisco facilities from the year two thousand to two thousand five county attorney rebecca archer says genentech has a pattern of contesting each and every county taxes hasn't going back thirty years one of the biggest tax payers in the county and over time this is a large amount of money archer says genentech has already requested a new trial the company.

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KQED Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Guidance applies to all eight thousand cafes operated by seattle based starbucks in the us on may twenty ninth starbucks plans to close all of its cafes for the afternoon so that workers can attend antibias training for npr news i'm tom banzi in seattle this is npr from q weedy news i'm tiffany cam hi there are eleven candidates running for the east bay state assembly seat more than half of them already hold elected office that's one reason this race has been so closely watched by politicos in the last installment of our candidate profile series cake guy marzorati talked with one of those local lawmakers about how he's trying to stand out oakland city councilman dan called in front of lowest the pie queen north oakland it's a wonderful restaurant really an institution in north oakland and all of oakland called launched his twenty twelve run for city council right here lewis's and he's eager to run through the city policies he's pushed in his six years representing north oakland of work at a range of issues affordable housing education public safety criminal justice reform environmental issues ethics reform called is a selfdescribed policy wonk a good trait for a legislator but one that doesn't always captivate or inspire voters and in this race he's facing candidates who matches experience in local government but unlike his opponents called is actually worked at the state capital spending a decade lobbying for policy with the union of concerned scientists throughout those ten years i crafted legislation negotiated amendments pushed back on opponents met with and i know many by the lobbyists in sacramento iv the person who can hit the ground running right away i'm not saying it's going to be easy if it was easy anybody could do it.

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KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Self imposed exile nine others are being held in spanish jails awaiting trial for rebellion the authorities in madrid deny their political prisoners saying they're subject to independent judicial proceedings linked to their rose in the illegal referendum the bbc's danny eberhardt this is npr from kiki meaty news i'm tiffany cam high by now you know that california and the trump administration are locked in a series of legal battles in the latest legal tit for tat the trump administration filed a lawsuit against california earlier this month and it has to do with the control of federal land in the estate here to talk about it with us is science writer a melamed higham think that this california state law sp fifty will be struck down.

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KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From kqed news i'm tiffany cam high the trump administration is preparing to rollback emission and fuel economy standards for cars these nationwide standards that were designed to help fight climate change were put in place during the obama administration with a lot of help from california now that these regulations could be undermined california is fighting back east bay congressman mark dishonesty joins me now so congressman you're calling for a boycott of car companies that weaken their emission standards why these laws of the result of over twenty years of often bipartisan work to dress the issue of climate change at most doing to the planet the thought that we would roll these back it's just a poured in california has this special waiver from the federal government that allows us to have stronger air pollution standards how did we get this in the first place the us clean air act signed by richard nixon let california the california waiver because of climate 'cause weather and because of our economy for all those reasons they let us go further we can't pass these willy nilly they have to be based on a very rigorous public health assessments and if we don't they can he legally challenged and then after we pass them other states can come up to our standard twelve other states have california's where those twelve states represent more than third of the us population so what i'm thinking of the boycott is if we do it in california those other twelve states will follow this how do you plan to gather support for this boycott but we've been contact with governor brown's office with tom star and we'll work where they're probably in congress and the legislature that was east bay congressman mark dishonesty and i'm tiffany camhi and support comes from personal capital the smart way to track and manage complex financial lives more at personal capital dot com slash and.

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KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With the boy when they learned of his neo nazi beliefs reportedly linked to adam often then there's this case in florida right now at five double murder boat of the disturbing comments of teenagers made the police explaining eighteen year old devon arthur's is charged with killing two roommates in tampa last may he told police he was an autumn boffin member and bizarrely also a convert to islam he's pleaded not guilty but during police interrogation he claimed he acted to prevent attacks often members were plotting what i've done she was very surreal dream another roommate twenty two year old brandon russell is a leading member of autumn golfing in a separate case he was sentenced in january to five years for possessing explosives adam kaufman is just one of many white supremacist groups that gathered last year in charlottesville virginia for a rally that turned violent here again is the elves joanna mendelssohn i've been doing this work for seventeen years and not to be hyperbolic in any way but we've never been as busy as we are today the white supremacists are much more emboldens they're no longer on the fringes she says now they want to be mainstream gregory npr news washington this is npr news from kqed news i'm tiffany cam high a storage tank failure at a san francisco for tivoli clinic is putting thousands of frozen eggs and embryos at risk the president of the clinic pacific fertility centre acknowledged yesterday that one of the facilities tanks suffered a liquid nitrogen failure last week this comes as a similar incident occurred at an unrelated fertility clinic and ohio washington post reporter amy goldstein broke the story and she's with us now amy thanks for joining us.

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KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A system that was designed to help shield their children from day major could have gone so horribly wrong marjorie stillman douglas highs resource officer a sheriff's deputy in uniform and armed who's apparently on the grounds of the school from the start of last week's shooting but authorities say scott pearson never went inside to confront the gunman peterson's resign an is under investigation to other officers are also under investigation for the way they handled at least two warning calls related to the shooting suspect at last check on wall street the dow was up two hundred sixty points this is npr in from kqed news i'm tiffany cam high the man at the center of a recent ruling sending shockwaves through california's cash bail system is stuck in jail while others are being released because of his case kqed's alex emslie reports kenneth humphrey appeared in san francisco superior court full that he'd get out of jail that's after an appellate court ruled last month that his three hundred fifty thousand dollar bail failed the consider humphreys ability to pay and the state attorney general agreed with the ruling it's incredibly unfair deputy public defender and neath anaba says prosecutors are stalling in arguing that the appellate ruling isn't technically final until early march everybody in the is talking about the humphrey decision and how grave the says and your famous and he's just kind of waiting a district attorney spokesman says the court ordered the delay humphrey is accused of felony robbery and other charges for allegedly taking a few dollars and a bottle of cologne from a neighbor i'm alex emslie kqed news and a correction in earlier airing of this story said that humphreys bail hearing was today but in fact it was yesterday state regulators are investigating a fire debris and tree removal company that may be targetting survivors of the north they wildfires the company is known as coq cleanup or coq demolition the contractor state license board says the firm may have victimized half a dozen people who opted to hire a private firm to remove debris from their property investigators believe coq took thousands of dollars and failed to complete work on at least one property peter coq runs the company he says he applied for a licence appropriately and that the board is trying to intimidate contractors who charge less than larger firms i'm tiffany cam high kqed news support comes from.

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KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tiffany cam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To for all thirty three hundred of you and your families and we will get through to get that support and counselling centre is open near the school to help kids struggling to cope with wednesday's violence brian man npr news parkland florida iran's state media say a passenger plane that crashed in a mountainous region of southern iran went down in foggy weather today all sixty six people on board were killed a war of words at the munich security conference between israel and iran israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is warning tehran shouldn't test as wales resolve it runs foreign minister says the shooting down of an israeli jet in syria shows israel as an invincible this is npr in from kqed news i'm tiffany cam high up to fifty thousand people are expected to celebrate tete or vietnamese new year at a festival in san jose this weekend kickoff would ease guy maserati checked out yesterday new ears in america is often about partying but festival organizer tony surmised says ted is about more than that is equivalent of a christmas in america in the sense that is time for family friends and loved ones the festival in san jose sprawls over a parking lot at the east ridge mall with music rides and lots of food linda trend brought her son's from hayward to see two things the lined anson the bikers neither one disappointed after the firecrackers it was time for performers inside of massive lyon costumes who danced around your circle organizers say the timing of tat falling during president's day weekend could make it the most attended festival.

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