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"union city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:20 min | Last week

"union city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Have in some cases, very large disagreements. It doesn't mean that we're trying to undermine the party. Or undermine each other. It means that we're trying to do what's best for people in the country. She's not undermining the party. She's overtaking the party with her Communist sympathizing, grandpa. Bolshevik, Bernie, then mark health care, right? So I said, all of that stuff a lot of things there. I set up this whole thing with my buddy story and how people in jail are flocking to trump people that never cared about politics, care about politics. Another story that I've told us about a buddy of mine. It's an electrician's. I hadn't seen him in a long time. I was getting a tire fixed for my kid. That's a true story. I love telling it. Um out of place. Dominican Dude got a tire shop in Union City, New Jersey. I bump into a guy I hadn't seen in years. The last time I saw him he was involved in gang life. Hadn't seen 18 years, maybe 15 years. He's like, bro. I'm doing great. I just bought this house. I have my own company. I got my own business as an electrician's. I'm doing my thing. Haven't made so much money ever. This President's been the best. This was 567 weeks ago. He said. People are still building building is still going on. I'm still doing electrical work. I'm actually busier now than I was before. So I bring a POC because she's saying that Biden is malleable. We can push Biden in a more progressive direction. I don't know what you heard. But what I heard was that violence week biting his feeble And in his strong days he was an enemy. An enemy of minorities. One day as I was hosting a local show, I called my buddy or I texted my buddy Brandon, Bryce bigshot Brandon Bryce in Michigan, Detroit. And I was like, What do you think about Harris? It was the day that they announced Harrison, he says. Oh, you mean the lack of brother up ticket? Okay, now I know Tell me how you really feel. The Democrats have not been the friends of minorities. They just haven't And the proof is there So it comes as no surprise that Biden Help to get rid of Big Pharma to get Big Pharma evicted from Puerto Rico. It was the Democrats the Democrats Clinton Obama, Biden They've done nothing but hurt the situation. Right? I want you to listen to Trump Trump today did something that I think It was really important. And you know what? Before we do Trump give out the phone will do Trump on the other side of the break in. I don't want to sell him short phone numbers. 8773813811877381 38 11 of your lives, And you want to say that Biden's great for Puerto Ricans. I can't get you to call I'm rich sitting in for the great one Mark Levin Show on Wcbm. What does Cove in 19 have to do it losing your home? Ah lot. The FBI reported that since the virus struck.

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Georgia voting problems were more pronounced in Black areas like metro Atlanta, says Black Voters Matter co-founder

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:31 min | Last month

Georgia voting problems were more pronounced in Black areas like metro Atlanta, says Black Voters Matter co-founder

"The Voting Rights Act passed in 1965 was meant to ban racial discrimination in voting. But many minority voters argues systemic racism still plagues the United States. Electoral process. LaTasha Brown is the co founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund. She speaks with CBS News correspondent Elaine Quiano about voting problems for black voters in Atlanta Back in June during Georgia's primary. It was night and day I went to the I got up early that morning went to my polling site. I waited in line. Three hours. It was actually really nerve wrecking because in light of what might seem to stand in line that long. That was the first time I had actually gone out in the public in that way and standing in line. I had all kinds of concerns around that It took about three hours to vote. And then we were actually going on on the north side of town, which is predominantly 98% white polling place and I get there the assist a voter profile voter that wanted us to accompanying them, and there's no line. There was a way there was no Oh, you know, it was just like seamless And then we found out we got another phone call from another polling site was a majority white polling site. No problems whatsoever in and out voters. However, once leaving that side, I go back to the South Side and Metro in Atlanta. And at this polling site, which was Adam's part, people had been in line at this point. It's one PM People have been standing in line for over five hours that ultimately, even the machines had not been online at 12 o'clock until 12 o'clock that day. And so what we saw is a major difference between what was happening in predominantly white polling sites. And what was happening. A predominately black polling sites and I myself actually experienced that even later that evening after 10:30 P.m. I get a phone call that there was 300 African American voters waiting at a polling site, and so it was up, and so we went out my organization, other organizations Georgia Project if the L U and others We went out to really be able to comfort and and most morale of the voters that were standing out there on Billy just talk, and we gave them pizza and water. The last voter where we were in Union City, the land's voter actually voted on Wednesday because technically it was 12 37 when we're at their poem inside, so it was just a major difference and the voting experience that we saw in predominately African American polling places and what we thought in white polling places in Metro Atlanta really sounds like such a start contrast. What is the black Orders matter. Fun doing to prevent what happened in Georgia in June from happening nationwide in November, so we're doing a couple of things. So one were working in 11 states deeply and 15 more broadly, but we're doing a lot of voter education. We think it's really important that a lot of information misinformation and because of covert 19 people have to vote differently. So you've got to. We've got mail in ballots, absentee ballots, so one. We're doing a lot of older education. Secondly, we're also monitoring and really making sure that we're recruiting people to vote as All workers to work at the polls, also its full monitoring and we're working even with some of our legal partners like a feel you where we actually found a lawsuit against the state of Georgia around postage. And then the third of the fourth and final things were organizing were organizing those grassroots groups, actually, on the front line, really get people to vote early, get people to get the right incorrect information and also monitor the process. Over the document problem. LaTasha Brown, co founder of the Black Voters matter Fund

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"union city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"union city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Greater than any threat posed by police misconduct. Leading cause of death for young black males is homicide. Every year, Approximately 7500 black Americans are victims of homicide. The masked the vast majority of them, around 90% are killed by other blacks, mainly by gunfire. Each of those lives matter. For this reason that in selected cities where there has been an upsurge in violent crime, we are stepping up, bolstering the activities of our joint anti crime task forces. And when we come back the wit and wisdom of age he bill bar On. I will be talking about that man with the troubled history with the police, who nevertheless saved an officer from a burning vehicle. I am Laria, the triple 8971 s A G. Do not leave town. You're listening to the Larry Elder show. Wait. Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer. This report is sponsored by express pros dot com enrichment, He's found 88 hilltop drive two car crash Their blocks the right lane a word. Do we have a stall? Big rigs North bound? 8 80 It's right at Dyer Street. And traffic slowing from Alvarado Boulevard. It's blocking the right hand lane North found slowing continues out to win. Samra fell by 11 at ST Vincent's Dr Miller's Creek Road. The road on ramp in north one, A one a two car crash their free car pile up in Union City. About 80 just before Alvarado Boulevard. It's all over on the shoulder. That's traffic. I'm Michael. Mark your calendars express employment professionals is once again hosting National Interview Day on August 6th. This special event supports hiring as businesses continue to.

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Cities Around Georgia Stand With Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta Mayor, On Mandatory Mask Wearing

Kilmeade and Friends

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Cities Around Georgia Stand With Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta Mayor, On Mandatory Mask Wearing

"The state are showing support for Atlanta's mayor as she fights a mask mandate lawsuit filed against her by Governor Brian Camp, The leadership of the Georgia Municipal Association is standing with the city of Atlanta and Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms filing a brief with the court showing support. You made a decision to file this brief in opposition. To the governor's actions since the lawsuit goes beyond the case against Atlanta and includes provisions that affect all of George's GM president in Union City Mayor Vince Williams says over 100 cities in the state, including his own have mandates requiring mask Sandra Parish 95.5 WSB WSB

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New Jersey governor: If you think coronavirus is "just the flu," you're "wrong"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

New Jersey governor: If you think coronavirus is "just the flu," you're "wrong"

"And we've been listening to governor Phil Murphy's latest briefing he noted two hundred thirty one new deaths in New Jersey in the last day for a total of four thousand seventy and the governor called that a number that takes your breath away among the latest victims you mentioned some more public servants Edison fire department captain Richard Campbell in Union City detective Alex repair toe the governor we also heard trying to dispel some myths urging people not to compare this corona virus to the flu saying it is far more deadly more contagious and not as preventable with no vaccine that it is much easier for those infected to infect others it's in a totally different category as he put it he also noted there are now seventy drive through or walk through testing sites up and running in New Jersey and

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6 Dead, 59 Infected in COVID-19 Outbreaks at East Bay Nursing Homes

WBBM Programming

01:44 min | 6 months ago

6 Dead, 59 Infected in COVID-19 Outbreaks at East Bay Nursing Homes

"Alameda county health officials now report six residents of this nursing facility have died as a result of the corona virus fifty nine people here have tested positive that's thirty five residents in twenty four staffers tonight we watched as mortuary workers in head to toe protective gear arrived here at the gateway care and rehab center in Hayward to take away one of the bodies my wife she's a nurse's assistant she's tested positive we also talked to two men who are married to two staffers who tested positive they insist their wives were told they had to come to work even though they were infected with the corona virus they took my life you can come back to work just got to wear a mask and not be careful but she's positive she's possible course of course you never gonna come back to work after she got diagnosed by the team and then one of the employee that back as a supervisor told my my wife there all you can come to work and and and that's it this is the case that this president is supposed to be isolated both women have decided to stay home we reached out to management at gateway so far no response they're not just residents here they they belong to somebody they they're somebody's grandmother somebody's mother hi patina's eighty four year old grandmother is a resident here the family was told she's healthy but no one at the facility told the family anything about the number of coronavirus cases here I'm even more upset now but Tina who also happens to be a union city council member wants answers the protocols put in place by CDC and state officials is that they do not come in if they test positive so that that's that's ridiculous the Alameda county public health department says it has formed a special task force to investigate the nursing home outbreaks

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Nonprofit helps low-income people go solar

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 6 months ago

Nonprofit helps low-income people go solar

"One Para grew up in Union City New Jersey a working class predominantly Latino community. When he was young he associated environmentalism with faraway problems like polar bears stranded on ice and. I never really thought about how it applied to communities that were similar to where I grew up but in college Paris started learning. How environmental issues affect low income communities of color for example? They often bear the brunt of pollution caused by the burning of fossil fuels today. He works for a New York City based nonprofit called solar one helping to implement community solar projects in low income areas by subscribing people can get electricity from a shared solar project without an upfront investment. We want to encourage the development and the expansion of community solar because it's a way for so many people to gain access to solar energy particularly renters particularly low moderate income households. He says expanding access to solar is important not only improving air quality health and the climate but because it can save people money he wants to make sure that as renewable energy grows its benefits reach the communities like his hometown. That may need them. The most

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We are the bay area's news station KCBS heads up in Union City New crash there here is George Raskin this accident is in the northbound direction but it's affecting traffic on both sides of the freeway right back at the crash north bound at Whipple road is closer to the offramp but it's an injury accident to which an ambulance has already been dispatched but again this is in the area were traffic had been slow through Union City in the south bound direction in male **** it's still slow around the corner from south bound eight eighty on to two thirty seven and it's a for ball at the one oh one eight eighty interchange with slow traffic in all four quadrants of that clover leaf their new problems in San Francisco or getting to them let's check that from KCBS instead view day Fouts southbound one one just past third street is look we're we're gonna have this action and couple of cars there in the left lane we've got traffic started a slow rate of Paul and slow going in Oakland on the macarthur freeway getting the golf links road on westbound interstate five eighty remember you can report traffic to S. here via the KCBS phone force at four one five three nine one K. C. B. S. that's four one five three nine one five two two seven your next update ten forty eight the traffic leader KCBS it's a sunny mile day around the bay area temperatures edging up this afternoon to the sixties mostly cloudy overnight.

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Worker killed in hit-and-run while cleaning up side of road; driver charged

Atlanta's Morning News

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Worker killed in hit-and-run while cleaning up side of road; driver charged

"Counselors on site for union city employees after they witnessed their co worker being killed double the espys Michelle Wright reports slide the suspect in the deadly hit and run will go before judge today yeah that's right it started out like any other Monday for Brady McCurry of the rest of the city's public services department they were cleaning up along Lester road but everything changed when a car slammed into the thirty five year old then took off all is is co workers watch John Mayer Vince Williams is in disbelief for someone to heart Leslie hit a human being and just leave yeah now that's that's unimaginable he tells channel two action news McCurry was an awesome young man and they'll be working on a way to honor him the suspect told John junior was arrested a short time later he's facing several felonies connected to the

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Two boys, 11 and 14, killed outside California elementary school

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Two boys, 11 and 14, killed outside California elementary school

"Police in Union City are trying to determine if this weekend's deadly shooting of two young boys is tied to another violent incident KCBS is Scott let's here he says the two boys were apparently shot to death in an elementary school parking lot according to police there were no signs of a connection between the shooting and the school where it took place Steve Mendez is with union city police he says that two boys eleven and fourteen years old we're sitting in a van in the parking lot of fearless elementary school when they were shot and killed our community needs you on that we also are going to be going down trying to console them the victims of possible we've been in close contact with the family of the two victims this time is very difficult for the families specially before the holiday season shooting was reported to police around one thirty AM on Saturday morning the fourteen year old died at the scene the eleven year old victim died on the way to the hospital police are not releasing their names because they are

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We don't take a break from what we do. We cover the news around the clock. We're seeing on overhead shots that cruiser digging holes in the street. Their own Meghan Goldie is also in route to that scene, and we are going to be hearing curve. Always love and always local news, one six nine AM. Seven forty KCBS. Push for traffic at seven eighteen here, Sherri, and we'll head back to the San Mateo bridge with the Chilton auto body collision Cam, we still have a pretty hefty backup there on eastbound ninety two because of a crash eastbound there at foster city boulevard, two left lanes remain blocked. We've found out injuries were only minor. That's the good news. But traffic is spilling back onto one A one northbound starting before hillsdale boulevard and southbound lanes are slow to coming through the ninety two interchange to Hayward. Northbound eight eighty at ace street we had a Fender bender there. I think the cars have finally made it over to the right hinge shoulder. It was already slow in recovery from an earlier crash, so that northbound eight eighty Reid is gonna find you on the brakes through Fremont as it usually is. And then again through union city into Hayward. Let's check on the Gilroy ride. We just had an epic traffic jam there for the last couple of hours on. Southbound one zero one still slam between highway one fifty two and San Juan Bautista. But it looks like that tanker that caused the backup blocking the right lane. There at crazy. Horse has been cleared. I see some movement at that in, but boy, oh boy, you're gonna need some patients. Your next traffic update at seven twenty eight on the traffic leader, KCBS as six day forecast. Now, partly cloudy tonight with lows in the fifties clouds sticking with us into tomorrow morning. But it's gonna be clear afternoon across the bay area..

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Officials in union city are optimist about settling two week old teachers strike now that the state schools chief has joined negotiations. The case of reporter, Doug, sovereign says striking teachers are seething about how the district is portraying with a strike by New Haven unified. Teachers now nine school days. Long state school superintendent, Tony Thurmond has come to try to broker a settlement district spokesman, John Mattis, thinks that deal could get done soon but says the schools can't afford to pay more than their current offer. A one percent raise in three percent bonus anything significant over, what we already have on the table is going to be a corresponding. And, and that's the reality. The district is already planning to increase class sizes to thirty kids in the fall. It's out an Email blasting teachers for demanding too much money that has teachers in tears fourth grade teacher, Alissa Leonard was laid off, because of those bigger class sizes, then rehired now, she's on strike, and bristling with anger such a betrayal felt like a huge betrayal of all that I had worked for my entire life to become a teacher and then to get that slap in the face notice that I'd be laid off because they're increasing class sizes, which we know goes directly against all we've learned for best practices. The teachers have lowered their demands, but still seek a seven percent. Raise over two years. It's clear that whenever it ends. This strike will leave a bitter residue in union city. Doug, sovereign KCBS suspect using custody after Santa Rosa high school was on lockdown for several hours this morning following a report of a student with a gun on campus. Police reported no incidents in taking the suspect into custody. Now say. Students will soon be released from campus officers conducted a room by room, search of the campus. The suspect described as a fifteen year old student was found hours later in a nearby neighborhood. San francisco. Police say the twenty five year old woman suspected of crashing stolen SUV into several cars and pedestrians earlier this week was drunk officials say, Cheryl Neil of San Francisco was arrested after the series of hit, and run collisions. The began near the tenderloin police station shortly after two pm on Wednesday officials say they I noticed the stolen car at the intersection of Eddie and Leavenworth streets, there began a wild chase in which the SUV crashed into a building to pedestrians in two cars. Neal was eventually arrested at six and Clara's streets. Bs news time two thirteen Steve Kerr has an update on Kevin Durant, and the review of last night's loss. That's coming up in sports in two minutes. Welcome to Sherwin Williams. So I can get thirty percent off pink. Yes and thirty percent off stains. You bet. Hardy ten yeah. Oh, party time, the color, I'd like three gallons in party time, please, you got it..

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Back at the bargaining table: Teachers' strike continues in Union City

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Back at the bargaining table: Teachers' strike continues in Union City

"The Teesside's. The teachers striking union city are expected to meet over the holiday weekend. To try to end the walkout negotiators for the New Haven unified school district and its teacher's union reportedly row at the bargaining table until late last night. And they are expected to continue those talks until a deal is reached the district serves about eleven thousand students in a dozen schools in union city and south Hayward teachers walked off the job on Monday in a dispute over better,

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"union city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"union city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Union city's police department is warning its officers about specific threats from MS thirteen gang members or anyone who's covered MS thirteen. You know, it's all about street credibility or street crat away of rising in the ranks by targeting the gains, worst enemies or biggest threats in this case. It's New York City police officers who live on Long Island, and why PD has now issued an officer safety alert an internal bulletin saying that MS thirteen gang members are planning on carrying out attacks on off duty police officers near their homes. In fact, the truly frightening part for officers in their families is that the alert reportedly states that gang members are conducting reconnaissance of police officers private homes. A former FBI agent told CBS to New York, quote, they are going above and beyond what any other gang. Does. Fox's trace Gallagher of the National Transportation Safety board, sending a crew to Delray Beach, Florida look at tesla automobile that crashed with a truck on Friday killing its driver. Lester Gators will try. To determine if the autonomous vehicle control system and the automatic braking system were turned on at the time. Assuming a ratification vote later today passes the Oakland school strike is about to end the Oakland Education Association, which represents about three thousand teachers says they've reached an agreement that calls for an eleven percent salary increase along with a one time bonus. It also guarantees reduced class sizes and more students support staff. The teachers are expected to ratify the agreement Saturday the city's Eighty-six schools remained open during the strike staffed by substitute teachers and administrators about thirty six thousand students attend the affected schools. Rich Denison, Fox News. Lately. It seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ten twenty eight a key CBS, I four traffic and look at what's going on on the roadways with we have. We have an accident on all broader boulevard union city. Fremont on southbound eight eighty this is right at Albro to boulevard, an accident involving a car of that overturned of that car apparently on the right hand shoulder. It's not clear as to whether it's been righted as of yet. The only slowing that we're seeing the areas through Cal trans construction cones which are up through Hayward into union city. Southbound ADD of that between Thornton worry a little bit of break tapping between those two points, we do have cow training and Muny announcing that they will be on a weekday schedule tomorrow. So no weekend schedules that we know about for major transportation systems tomorrow for Veterans Day and to no one's surprise parking. Meters will be enforced and all traffic laws enforced by San Francisco parking officers tomorrow. On monday. Your next traffic update is attempt thirty eight on the traffic leader Kane. We are expecting another chilly night tonight with smoky air continuing thirty degrees to forty in our overnight lows with some frost for the north bay inland valleys and for tomorrow with smoky skies. We'll see temperatures staying in the sixties coast to the seventy s inland. Traffic and weather together on the eight Sunol news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. What is this? Wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this? Good stuff. Solid. That's not the near that solid stuff. Progressive caps. Save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations. What does building a better Bank? Look like, it starts with building Capital, One cafes.

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"union city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Union city area. This was northbound eight eighty at Alvarado Niles an earlier crash actually that occurred last night involving a big rig a tour bus has finally been cleared. All lanes are now open, but traffic is still recovering. We have slow traffic, both directions. Looking at the road sensors northbound eight eighty back to looks like Thornton and southbound eight eighty back to two thirty eight which is pretty standard for this time of morning, also slow northbound eight eighty as you approach a streets in Hayward, a vehicle over to the right shoulder. Six eighty northbound at one a one we have to avoid okay. We have a few vehicles involved in this accident emergency services headed to the scene as well. As the fire department traffic in this area, very slow. I'm actually looking at this connector ramp, and I do see that northbound one zero one already back to blossom hill on this. Just took place a few moments ago. More slowing at the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights around you are backed up into the maze. Eighty westbound. Speaking of the bay bridge at Fremont street vehicle in the left lane causing some slowing four west to forty two. We have another vehicle stopped over to the right side and two eighty northbound at the ninety two connector ramp we have a box in the second lane from the left. The Ashby station remains closed for Bart this morning due to police activity. There's parallel bus service with AC transit between MacArthur. Ashby and Berkeley. They are saying, however, there's no estimated time for a reopening of the station, but other than that Bart has fifty three trains on time. Sleep is power right now. Save up to five hundred bucks on your choice of tempurpedic at Manzini Sleepworld. The number one tempurpedic retailer in northern California. Feel the power call one eight hundred sixty four sleep or visit Sleepworld dot com and start sleeping better tonight. No more of the case of morning show on west gore Wednesday with Brian Sussman and Katie green on talk radio five sixty K SEAFO. She was the blower Steve Frank coming along with us and just a few minutes here.

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Crash on northbound eight eighty in union city it happened at about ten thirty last night near Whipple road a tour bus hit a car a car hit another car and that car went underneath a big rig. Two people died at the scene. The CHP has several other people suffered major injuries. Northbound lanes have eight eighty will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Stay with KCBS. We'll have a traffic update with AJ coming up here. In about two minutes. Firefighters in contra Costa county, have increased staffing levels and pre-position firefighting resources in high risk areas. A red flag fire warning remains in effect. In the north and East Bay hills for the next three hours, contra Costa county fire district spokesman Steve hill tells KPI x five winds could gust up to forty miles per hour. There's a greater supply of oxygen to a fire on a windy day. Then there is still think of a blow torch. Hill said task force. Twenty twenty-five consists of four wildland fire engines, a water tender a task force leader and an additional emergency dispatcher state lawmakers met in Napa yesterday to discuss wildfire insurance coverage KCBS has Carrie Hodousek. Reports state Senator Ricardo Lara hopes that the report can serve as a guide to local leaders. There report says people living near wildfire disasters could see increased health impacts, including respiratory illness from smoke, mental health needs and even death. Senator Ricardo Lara asked a number of questions during a joint legislative hearing on wildfires in Napa that addressed people living in those high risk areas has given changing climate and we've obviously worked on legislation to try to figure out how we can do new modeling to be able to figure out what is a high risk area now because clearly what was a high risk area before something different. And how can local leaders? Lawmakers and other elected officials improve rebuilding efforts. What role should local governments play inciting new housing? And how do we figure out where should governments focus on in terms of building in sensitive areas? The research shows climate related health impacts included, reduced food security increased emergency room visits and a rise in insect borne diseases. Carrie Hodousek KCBS writer was arrested Monday after he allegedly pulled out to chainsaws while on a train in the East Bay fellow. Passengers said the man was waving around the chainsaws and threatening people. Bart. Police arrested forty Patrick Bingham when he exited the train at lake Merritt station in Oakland is facing charges of exhibiting a deadly weapon, shoplifting and drug possession. He is scheduled to appear in court later this morning coming up on KCBS Butler in Antioch reconquer, you'll sales. Tax increases on next week's ballot. We would go to nine and a quarter percent sales tax. If it passes. All right. Let's get an update on traffic and weather together this morning time now three oh eight and here's AJ. It's pretty stressful in union city. Eight eighty northbound after Whipple road all lanes are blocked is because of a four car crashed. One of the cars is a tour bus and other is a big rig video of the crash, and it was just absolutely nasty. One of the cards is under the the truck. So right now cars are being diverted off at all. Niles road. Sadly, this is a fatal crash. So this is going to be here for a while. CHP Hayward is saying that they have an estimated time of opening at six AM. So that's not going to be for another three hours. So it's best to just try and take union city boulevard.

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Max Harris, Union City Police and Derek discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Max Harris, Union City Police and Derek discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"The son of a bay area police chief Faced a judge yesterday to answer to charges of assaulting, an elderly Sikh man in Mantica KPI ex. Reporter Maria Medina was there and there was a. Noticeable absence in the courtroom the son of the union city police chief is accused of the assault against an elderly sick. Man caught on camera today this. Was the eighteen year old suspect flipping off TV news, cameras. Minutes before he stood in front of a judge in San Joaquin county with serious and could not believe what happened and you know what it. Could have happened to anybody. In our community Gary seeing a family friend of the victim as well as a Mantica. City council member joined the family today in import he says the, seventy one year old victim is healing from

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California police chief's son due in court over beating of Sikh man

24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

California police chief's son due in court over beating of Sikh man

"Sometimes a story just makes. You shake your head we are witnessing one of those today. It involves the police chief in union City. California and his son on Tuesday. The police chief Darryl McAllister was. Informed by members, of his. Cities seek community of a vicious attack on a Sikh. Resident in the city of Mantica around sixty miles away the chief expressed his concern the next day the chief gotta call from Mantica police the suspect, in the case, was his. Eighteen year old son the chief? Helped Mantica police track his sundown the sun is now? In jail the. Chief says he is

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24 Hour News

05:27 min | 2 years ago

Android 9 Pie is available now on Google Pixel phones

"Traffic center. Gotta check on Hayward, in union city southbound, eighty after highway ninety two Cal trans has all but the left lane blocked and the Tennyson road off ramp is getting roped into all this traffic will be. Heavy before highway ninety two up to ten road you'll. Be at the limit until you pass industrial Parkway and then it is. Just stalling crawl until you reach all Varotto boulevard so expect to have a very slow stretch across from their contra Costa county, Eastshore freeway eastbound between central avenue. In Carlson boulevard multiple lane still closed for paving you'll be on. The brakes from central avenue up to Potrero avenue you can use five eighty. Eastbound or westbound I should say to reach Bayview and then. From there you can get back on eastbound eighty that'll save you some time. And looking at my Golden Gate Bridge instant camera. I am seeing a very thick layer of fog it's pretty hard. To see the brake lights in front of you so make sure to try and. Take it slow and, go, as you come across One of our biggest landmarks your, next traffic update twelve, fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS six day forecast heavy coastal fog spreading into the bay overnight with lows in the fifties mostly clear inland mostly sunny. Today after morning overcast with fog at the coast all. Day highs from the sixties at the beaches seventies and low eighties around. The bay to the mid nineties inland no change in the weather weather pattern all day through the weekend traffic and weather together, on the eighth on all news. One oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS Jessica years at the. KCBS editor's desk this morning KCBS news time is twelve forty nine opponents of. A measure that would legally extend drinking hours to four AM. In specific cities are calling for the measure to be killed in state assembly. This week more from Pete Demetrio with our all. New sister station KNX in Los Angeles the Bill could pass the. Next ten days and allow for a test program over a five year period permit Four AM closing for bars and l. a. Long Beach Sacramento Palm, Springs West Hollywood at San, Francisco among other cities, LA city councilman Paul Koretz spoke along. With those opposing the measure, saying we already have enough of a problem with the is in the. Attendant costs in. The state over a quarter of all traffic collisions are caused by alcohol and that's responsible for over eleven hundred deaths each year at a cost of California of eight point four. Billion dollars opponents also say the spillover effects of late night drinkers will impact residential communities and put even more inebriated drivers on. The road, in the hours going into morning drive that's Pete Demetriou Demetrio with our all. News sister station KNX in Los, Angeles International travel is on the rise all over the world except here as KCBS Rebecca corral reports travel to the US from other countries has been on the decline since Donald Trump. Donald Trump moved into the White House so US has lost. One percent of the worldwide travel market over the past year and a half which may sound like a small Number but actually represents a, lot of money. At American jobs according to the US travel association we, are seeing massive decline in tourism and this hurts our economy to the tune of thirty two point two billion lost tourist dollars. And one hundred thousand lost, jobs travel industry analysts Henry heartfelt is with the atmosphere research group that's a lot of loss of, people staying in hotels shopping at stores eating at restaurants in that loss of revenue also translate into fewer tax dollars for the community does he says industry insiders blame it on President. Trump when you go on vacation you want to go to a country where, you will feel safe respected and whether you will feel, welcome and unfortunately the Trump administration has basically put out an unwelcome map to most of the world while floor and travel to the US is down overall San. Francisco has seen an increase in the number of people coming here from all over the world Rebecca, Correll KCBS plastic surgeons say there Seeing an increasing demand from teens wanting to look like themselves the. Race social media filter KCBS, is my Cogan says that. Has some doctors worried dermatologists, say many are looking to change their biological features we have an automatic tendency to define someone as beautiful. Or not, beatable as attractive or not as active in one of that is kind of what you're getting at is is the shape of the. Face, so having a more oval face like a heart shaped face is considered to be more beautiful for. Women disaster that the beautiful, sexual morphism Director of the ethics skin center at Boston University. School of medicine says some patients see something in a selfish they don't like and want fixed or they're coming in with a filtered photograph that's been smoothing out and and blemishes have been removed and and. Ask them to look like that, filtered image Betty surgeons are worried that teens are striving for perfection rather than embracing themselves why Colgan KCBS The latest Android system is out today on Google pixel phones and it's, called pie some features of pie use artificial intelligence technology to improve users digital wellbeing for, instance it comes. With a feature that switches on night light mode and fades the screened gray before bedtime it also includes an app timer for people. To limit how long they spent on apps such as Instagram if. You're curious Google chose the name, pie in part because of an upcoming feature called slices which will offer slices of information.

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Google Glass may help kids with autism read facial expressions

24 Hour News

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Google Glass may help kids with autism read facial expressions

"Let's check. Your evening commute at seven forty eight year Sherry and we're watching, the right out of San Francisco, to the, bay bridge and it's just as fun as, it usually is northbound one zero one wait begins a little past Cesar Chavez, now very slow out onto the lower deck, now we've got a little bit of slowing. As you come out of the tunnel down the, decline section the shore. Freeways cleared out nicely there's a slow stretch remaining as you, head up past hilltop drive to Pinole valley, road but that's starting to pick up. Speed as, well it looks like we're still, dealing with that roadblock there in Dublin eastbound five. Eighty at hop yard big rig, taking up the right hand lane has traffic. Slow all the way back to, Castro valley right now on the alternate courses, probably kept some cars off the Altima too but it's it's. Recovering nicely from the commute, it slows at north Flynn on eastbound five eighty but not super slow and by the time you get, two to five year Moving almost at the limit, snow grade ride really slow northbound six eighty through Fremont a little. Bit better but still jammed up solid all the. Way out to highway eighty four your. Next, traffic update at seven fifty eight on the traffic leader KCBS and we get this KCBS six day, forecast from KPI x five's Brian. Hackney more sunshine on tap inland for the bay area and slightly warmer temperatures for Friday, long the bay shoreline it'll be mild seventy seven. At San Mateo union city seventy six in the East Bay tomorrow, ninety two for concord eighty-five Benicia, Fairfield ninety, three and in San Ramon Eighty-six north bay, low clouds near the shoreline but in Petaluma Eighty-six degrees and up around the, fire zone you Kaya and lake port both, ninety five little bit cooler this weekend and. Then next week we'll be back into the mid, to upper nineties inland. That specs week for KPI x five I'm Brian acne KCBS news time seven fifty Stanford researchers are working, on a way to help children with autism understand and respond to other. People's facial expressions KCBS gentlemen reports it involves the wearable computer Google glass and a smartphone app the first kids to try it out, called it. Their superpower the camera facing out sends images of the other person's face to the app and, the tiny screen. Facing in displaced a description for the wearer to read, like happy surprise or sad Dennis wall is associate professor of pediatrics psychiatry and biomedical data sciences at Stanford he says what kids, in the feasability phase of, autism glass have learned is twofold they're learning something cool about. Faces in they're learning how, to differentiate which emotions are being displayed in. The state they also showed improvement in social responsiveness but well cautions there was no control group against which researchers could. Compare those scores Bottom line we see that the kids take well to it they are getting better and. Either encouraging science. But more work must be, done before we can definitively conclude. At the devices intervening the way we hope it, will the, autism glass, project at, Stanford is recruiting families to help advance this research gentleman KCBS wine industry leaders and cannabis growers say they are both in the buzz business so why not hook. Up KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports some of the largest beverage companies in America. Are purchasing, large scale marijuana growers and many in the cannabis business are also growing. Wine grapes George gray for.

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Guy Molinari, Republican voice in Democratic New York, dead at 89

24 Hour News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

Guy Molinari, Republican voice in Democratic New York, dead at 89

"Hour his wife Sanjay who is an. American citizen hopes other. Illegal immigrants will get help to thank you thank you for everything thanks English that we are. Happy because we activated. Again Because there are a lot, of families separated Carol Diori, attention, wins in Hempstead wins news time four forty nine and alleged drunk driver is being blamed for a horrific crash in Hoboken last. Night that sent his two passengers. To the hospital police say twenty two year old Miguel element of, union city went on, a tear in his Honda plowing north, Bloomfield avenue smashing into some three dozen parked, cars like it was a. Game of bumper cars but this was no game Almonte, has now been, hit with a. Slew of charges including DWI reckless driving and assault his. Two, passengers are still in the hospital, house speaker Paul Ryan lamenting today about the quote tribalism and identity politics that have made it harder for members of different political parties. To find common ground and move the country forward he spoke before an audience of young. People at his annual address to Capitol Hill interns the speaker blame social media for much of the hostility and advise the. Entrance to keep their political debates civil with kindness what people get stuff up Chess move on don't take the bait and that's the, other, challenge that your generation is going to have don't take the bate online Ryan added that snark may sell but you get ahead. Based on the power of your. Ideas and that advice the conservative speaker says he got from a, liberal former Massachusetts congressman, Barney Frank wins news time four fifty, the city is in mourning for the man, who's been credited with convincing. Rudy Giuliani to run for mayor way back when political, kingmaker guy Molinari, has died after. A long career in public service that included stints as. A, congressman borough president state assemblyman and, in the marine says well he was eighty nine years old Molinari's described as larger than life and a mentor to eager young Republicans. By state by Staten Island GOP party chair Brendan Lantra mayor de Blasio today calling him. A giant guy Molinari was eighty nine years old seventy six degrees right now cloudy skies in New York humidity ninety one. Percent Windsor variable at five Miles an. Hour gusting to twenty repeating that temperature seventy six with a real feel of eighty-two with, the moment it is going down to seventy two overnight. In midtown wins news time four.

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Guy Molinari, Republican voice in Democratic New York, dead at 89

24 Hour News

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Guy Molinari, Republican voice in Democratic New York, dead at 89

"These lives tough to find Cynthia Sanchez. Went into the funeral but came out five minutes later I'm not sure in the community and I feel that you know it's so sad when something. Like that happens and I think we have to be all United and to stand there I mean it's gotta. Be I mean you couldn't stay too long My tears started, to come on let's go five small white matching coffins surrounded by photos of these beautiful children good to know that you know we have each other. In times, like this Glenn. Shock ten, ten wins in union city Guy Molinari has died the former Republican state assemblyman congressman and Staten. Island borough president was a political force in New York City for, decades beginning his political career in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy four, he got his law degree here in New York after serving in the marines in the Korean war Molinari was also a political adviser, to a number of prominent Republicans including George H W Bush John McCain and Rudy. Giuliani in fact Molinari's credited with convincing Giuliani to run for mayor and a statement of Brendan Landry the chairman of the Staten Island Republican party said Molinari's numerous accomplishments for the people of Staten Island will live on for generations guy Molinari was Eighty-nine wins news. Time at. Ten fifty a reversal from the Trump administration on decision that would..

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States sue U.S. to void state and local tax deduction cap

Pat Farnack

04:16 min | 2 years ago

States sue U.S. to void state and local tax deduction cap

"Up Republicans, senior administration officials, tell CBS that an effort is underway to repair relationships back home. After the president's comments in Helsinki following the Putin press conference, former CIA deputy director, Mike Morell says morale is at a low in the US intelligence community. I do think that senior officials in the intelligence community need to ask themselves whether they can continue to serve this president and represent the men and women in the intelligence community in a way that is positive. Meanwhile, Republican, Senator rand. Paul is one of the few prominent members of the president's party supporting him. Paul defended Trump on CBS this morning. I don't think you're being fair of the president. So when President Reagan met with Gorbachev, do you think he listed the litany of Soviet abuses from Stalin on a one to one meeting? No, they were listed and recounted by. Other people in the administration there have also been people within the Trump administration have listed? Recounted, the human rights violations in Russia House speaker Paul Ryan directly contradicted President. Trump saying today there, is no doubt that Russia meddled. In our elections Russia is trying to. Undermine democracy itself to de-legitimize democracy so for some reason they can look good by comparison let's just. Be really clear about that CBS White House correspondent we show Zhang has more. And how President Trump may begin to mend. Fences the president is meeting with a group of Republican lawmakers from Capitol Hill today he's hosting. Them here at the White House the president will be getting an earful. From these lawmakers because it is so fresh and it I can't imagine that they, won't be bringing up his performance, in Finland and Anton Twitter President Trump. Tweeted that he has great confidence in his intelligence people but to build a brighter future we. Cannot exclusively focus on the past he tweeted well during the summit Putin offered to allow US investigator Offers to question Russian. Military, agents accused of hacking the Democratic Party. In two thousand sixteen campaign in exchange she wants Russians, to be allowed to question US officials suspected of involvement. And alleged financial crimes, by British investor Bill Browder Browder. Is an influential full of Putin the. Former ambassador is one of the reasons that the US sanctions some powerful Russians that also came after. The death of a Russian lawyer investigating corruption WCBS CBS news time twelve thirty. Four New York New jersey Connecticut and Maryland. Are all suing the federal government over the tax overhaul signed into law last year Steve burns. With more new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood is framing this as a. States rights issue the entire history of our nation until now every single federal income, tax law has provided a deduction, for all or nearly all state and. Local taxes in, order to protect the right of the states to Invest as necessary the law passed last year cap state and local, tax deductions at ten thousand dollars which Underwood along with attorneys general in. New Jersey Connecticut in Maryland l. c. is a specific, attack on blue states seeking to coerce. Our states into, changing our fiscal policies and the important public investments. And services those policies support the suit has been filed in Manhattan federal court Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty fifth child is now died from that. House fire that hit, a home, in, union city, back on, Friday, morning Hudson county prosecutors are saying four year olds Shamir Lopez died after being in the hospital. In critical condition the other victims and. The fire range in age from thirteen to just two years old another four year old girl remains in the hospital in critical condition while a man and a woman are, stable still no causes been identified for that Friday morning fire that has now taken five lives WCBS CBS news, time twelve thirty. Five a. everyone's super excited, for Amazon prime day and here's our pick for one, of the hottest deals up, to forty percents.

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ER Doctor Suspended After Mocking Patient Suffering From Anxiety Attack

News, Traffic and Weather

01:45 min | 2 years ago

ER Doctor Suspended After Mocking Patient Suffering From Anxiety Attack

"Good morning i'm susan lee taylor good morning four stan bunger i'm john bristow here's what's happening an update on a story we've been telling you about this morning at union city police say the five people shot outside of mortuary last night are now in stable condition their injuries no longer life threatening but as kcbs reporter holly kwame tells us live this case is still the investigators top priority john this happened when it was still daylight at seven o'clock i'm busy mission boulevard of the border hayward in union city police were gathered people were gathered at the chapel of the chimes mortuary which is surrounded by a cemetery when shots rang out police found three people injured two others found later not too far away police lieutenant travis at telling kcbs this morning too that we're facing life threatening injuries they have now stabilized and they're not expecting any fatalities there's no loss of life at this point the result of the incident that's the biggest change for us but it doesn't change you know how we're investigating this case at all you the detectives worked all night and number we're still here this morning this is the first chance to get the word out about the attack and make an appeal for anything that may have been hurt even second or third hand about who did this there is no motive yet in the suspect still on the loose susan admits are being very discreet about how much information they're releasing right now because the investigation is so fresh so even the names ages and genders of the victims are being kept quiet reporting live holly liqun kcbs caught on video at south bay doctor being abusive to an african american patients as kcbs as matt bigler reports live from our silicon valley bureau the fill in doc has been suspended by the hospital matt good morning susan the er doctor is seen being both verbally and physically abusive at one point she tries to pull the patient samuel bardwell off his gurney and later uses obscenities while laughing at the young africanamerican.

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Union city the connecting ramp from north one zero one two westbound ninety two has been blocked by a couple of big rigs and yes it slow through the dublin interchange backing up onto the dublin grade eastbound and east twenty four is slow now even affecting northbound highway thirteen the north bay north one zero one problems all afternoon luma let's go to kim vestal kcbs instudio well the good news is the earlier problems out of the way but as results i'm seeing traffic slow as you leave nevado gosh really heavy really jamming on the brakes as you approach olim polly state park and then you're going to be stop and go slow and under the limit in stretches all the way into pedal and slow through san francisco from before cesar chavez to the lower deck your next update one twenty eight on the traffic leader kcbs where the kcbs six day forecast here's kcbs in k pax fives that iran poor hello everybody a beautiful day out there quite a way to kick off the monday june it is going to be pretty warm today and through the weekend especially today inland areas made upper eighties around the bay we're looking at upper sixties and low seventies expected and then for the beaches also temperature is a little bit warmer especially compared to yesterday down into the low sixties now the west winds have calmed down a lot we've clear skies out there and that's really going to be the story through the weekend as well as ridge of high pressure gets on closer to us so mid nineties possible for some inland areas saturday sunday by monday temperatures dropping down into the eighties and then on tuesday will be down into the seventies so a slow decline by the middle of next week we'll be back to normal conditions thank you neta traffic and weather together on the eighth on.

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Kirk Mellish, Fox and Mike Pompeo discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Kirk Mellish, Fox and Mike Pompeo discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Six i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish southern suburbs like when i see on seventy five henry into clayton six seventy five north of stockbridge i eighty five nothing more than a tap of the brakes as you approach the south side perimeter out of union city in fairburn back to the rough ride and other northern suburbs next smilin' mark mckay wsb news time is eight thirty two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd hickinbotham president trump wants to the department of justice to open an investigation into whether the fbi under the obama administration snooped on his campaign congressman adam schiff tells abc's meet the press the president's claims are not based on fact as claimed by the presence suggestion by giuliani that there is a political spy embedded in the trump campaign is nonsense wsb political analyst bill crane says the president has a purpose behind these allegations distraction i think when you've seen has earlier attempts to somewhat discredit the agency the fbi being overly politicized he's not sure the president can directly order a department of justice investigation the president's attorney rudy giuliani says the russia investigation could wrap up and a few months he claims special counsel robert muller said he could in the pro by september if the president agrees to an interview in july us unveils its so called plan b for iran today secretary of state mike pompeo will lay out a new strategy after the us angered several allies this month by pulling out of the iran nuclear deal plans expected to include global pressure on iran to enter into negotiations to end its nuclear program president trump has claimed the current deal doesn't sufficiently punish iran or keep it from developing nuclear weapon wsb news time eight thirty three treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the trade war between the us and china is on hold for now hearing on fox news.

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"union city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In a written statement a ryan spokesperson said the congressman respects those making their voices heard for npr news i'm chuck comeback in janesville jersey democrat bob menendez a seeking a third term in the us senate campaign launch and a union city high school on wednesday came months after federal bribery and fraud case against him ended in a mistrial the government says it has no plans to retry the case you're listening to npr news state house lawmakers in kentucky have given final approval for a bill that would ban accommodate abortion procedure beyond eleven weeks of pregnancy critics of the measure say it's almost certain to face legal challenges bill goes to governor matt bevin who opposes abortion but not said if he'll sign the bill ireland plans to hold a referendum in may on whether to lift a constitutional ban on abortions npr's joanna kisses has the story the eighth amendment to ireland's constitution adopted in nineteen eightythree gives pregnant women and their unborn fetuses an equal right to life a complete ban on abortion was lifted in twenty thirteen in instances when the mother's life is in danger voters in this largely catholic country must now choose if they want to retain the amendment or repeal it and leave it to parliament to make abortion laws independent senator lynn rouen told fellow lawmakers at the ban is bad for women the eight amendment is a barrier to the true equality of women in this state am i will welcome its repeal poll show that most in ireland support legalizing abortion joanna kakissis npr news london three users of facebook messenger apple filed a lawsuit claiming the social network violated their privacy by collecting logs that their phone calls and text messages the suit filed in federal court in northern california comes as facebook faces scrutiny over privacy concerns the company has acknowledged that it began uploading.

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"union city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your family our family but being ripped apart in a written statement a ryan spokesperson said the congressman respects those making their voices heard for npr news i'm chuck hornbach in janesville jersey democrat bob menendez a seeking a third term in the us senate campaign launch and a union city high school on wednesday came months after federal bribery and fraud case against him ended in a mistrial the government says it has no plans to retry the case you're listening to npr news saint house lawmakers in kentucky have given final approval for a bill that would ban a common abortion procedure beyond eleven weeks of pregnancy critics of the measure say it's almost certain to face legal challenges bill goes to governor matt bevin who opposes abortion but has not said if he'll sign the bill ireland plans to hold a referendum in may on whether to lift a constitutional ban on abortions npr's joanna kakissis has the story the eighth amendment i r lund's constitution adopted in nineteen eightythree gives pregnant women and their unborn fetuses an equal right to life a complete ban on abortion was lifted in twenty thirteen in instances when the mother's life is in danger voters in this largely catholic country must now choose if they want to retain the amendment or repeal it and leave it to parliament to make abortion laws independent senator lynn rouen told fellow lawmakers at the ban is bad for women the eight amendment is a barrier to the true equality of women in this state am i will welcome its repeal poll show that most in ireland support legalizing abortion joanna kakissis npr news london three users of facebook messenger app fight a lawsuit claiming the social network violated their privacy by collecting logs that their phone calls and text messages the suit filed in federal court in northern california comes as facebook faces scrutiny over privacy concerns the company has acknowledged that it began uploading.

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Involuntary Manslaughter, Alan Sinclair and Senator Bob Menendez discussed on Deminski and Doyle

Deminski and Doyle

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Involuntary Manslaughter, Alan Sinclair and Senator Bob Menendez discussed on Deminski and Doyle

"Now the latest new jersey news from nj one zero one five dot com a judge has thrown out involuntary manslaughter and some of the other most serious remaining charges against eleven of the former penn state frat members arrested in a jersey pledges hazing related death last year the second major blow to the prosecution's case district judge alan sinclair throughout nearly three hundred new or refiled counts but allowed some alcohol and hazing related charges to stand jersey senator bob menendez has officially announced his campaign for a third term in the us senate with no mention of the corruption scandal that dom tim until two months ago the democrat launched his campaign today at union city high school state senate president steve sweeney says he's becoming more and more convinced that instead of raising taxes in jersey we should seek to make government more efficient last night on ask the senate president sweeney said we reached a breaking point change has to happen in new jersey and it's not gonna happen by just raising taxes we have to focus on the cost of government just as well as revenues on the revenue side sweeney also said he's reconsidering a plan he put forth just three weeks ago to.

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"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In the union city on the nimitz free in the northbound direction without any major incidents were still slow through san francisco from two a eighty two the lower deck of the baybridge your next update 138 on the traffic leader kcbs the beautiful day blue skies sunshine cool and breezy with highs barely into the 50s this afternoon tonight is going to be clear and quite cold and then partly cloudy tomorrow and sunday staying cool in the fifties traffic and weather together the eighttonne casey as tweet and bizarre 60 duty that he things in the universe to place with seven point six million dollars due mogae welcome to the jungle held forth with seven point nine million fifty shades free came in third with seventeen void three million peter rabbit held onto the seconds i was seventeen point six million and black panther opening the top slot with an incredible two hundred and one point eight million dollars and that was yes all news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news 106 nine and am seven forty kcbs it's friday february 23rd twenty eight coming up on kcbs goats acting like ecofriendly lawn mowers suddenly in high demand in the bay area president donald trump appeals to arm more of the nation's educators a teacher a colorado speaks out about what it's like to be armed with a gun in the classroom good afternoon i'm rebecca chorale kcbs news time one thirty one and now get the latest from cbs news news out of washington dc cbs news update some teachers should be allowed to carry weapons in schools to protect students that's what the president said today white house they have to be very adept i'm not talking about every teacher i'm talking about a small percentage but people that have great ability with weaponry with guns those are the only people i'm talking about but they'll protect the stood mr trump says he spoke today with a house speaker in the senate majority leader about strengthening background checks for potential gun buyers lisa looking to really energize americans have been poll by cbs news on gun safety issues jennifer depend tell his deputy director of survey of american now laws covering the falah guy and should be more strict than they are now eight point increase on two december in.

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"union city" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"union city" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"That's how fast male mike culture my neighborhood got so bombarded with cocaine because all the cubans were in union city it was right there unity say become bird that's it there was right there i still number goal apartments on twenty second in new york avenue and were people will flock and stashed at youths who became reflected stash bread that's where they were crossing over the tunnel below use city and shootout eventually they move that up to jersey city it you know places where you could just mixed the people with daughter was spanish street about a mix but that's a very interesting areas are very interesting generation it was a very interesting couple of months i saw the cocaine takeover i saw coming i was right there i heard about it for years you heard about mumblings that sunday's dad did it now my mom did it i knew since i was a kid i always knew that i never messed with it was a different world i may believes and mild with a world i may be should endured that insane momma told me one time she did cow um miles like eight i really upset yet you get upset i saw a ring that run my mother's initiatives i'm she did that night she told me she had a it has asked right now anna arrives at and with the funny woods she was chinalike let me know shooter but i better that i i i really resented her for not telling me she did drugs like did she was a heroin addict now so and i should not because of the way i reacted as fucking wasn't ready for it and i get it do they can want to fucking disappoint your kid like that you know we're talking about like the break into our kids about in a smoke and we'd you now or in a fucking with like telling it gives you a heroin addict with another fucking level you know i'm going to have to tell my daughter i went to prison i smoke weed i was divorce she has a half the sister either i gotta leo the stuff that but if i was.

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"union city" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"union city" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Crash scene here in union city now the official ten ten wins accu whether 4day forecast sun followed by clouds high today eighty two tonight mostly cloudy some showers around the low sixty four tomorrow clouds with some sunny breaks at could see a shower a high of seventy eight saturday mix of sun and clouds 80 sunday back to eighty and we could see the a shower 80 degrees now mostly sunny skies humidity 48 percent wins variable at six repeating the current temperature eighty heading up to eighty two wins news time 105 investigators in las vegas are still searching for a motive behind the country music concert shooting sunday night they think it's possible gunman steven paddock had help they say he had a large cache of weapons and ammunition and fifty pounds of explosives in his car corresponded alex stone has more sheriff here says look even though they have not founded accomplice he just doesn't add up to one man did all of this carry up all the web parents gathered explosives at his home and in his car set up surveillance cameras abodes l did all the planning work he says he just points to somebody helped him but they can't figure out who that somebody was if there was someone fbi agents have been interviewing paddocks girlfriend mary lou dan louis her attorney says she's devastated by what happened and saud no signs paddock was planning to carry out the attack senators getting an update today on the nation's opioid epidemic heads of the national institute of health aimed to the fda will testify before the senate help committee about the country's opioid crisis public health officials have struggled to try to reverse or stabilize the rising number of fatalities many stemming from misuse of highly addictive prescription painkillers today's hearing will focus on the federal response to the opioid crisis that has gripped the nation doubts correspondent janine norman nasa says to astronauts on a space walk today or making improvements to the international space station a space walk is scheduled to last until about two thirty commander randy bresnick can the marco van the high are installing a new hand on.

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"union city" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"union city" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"This is marketplace i'm kinda rozelle we are going to go back to eerie pennsylvania here for little bits docked schools for our series the big promise school choice was among the policy promises the donald trump made as a candidate it is v top issue for his education secretary betsy devos the basic idea being that no matter where they live or how much they make families ought to be able to choose the best schools for their kids in rural parts of the country though those choices can be hard to come by which helps explain the rise of cyber charter schools kids go to school online on the taxpayers dime marketplace's amy scott urge casing correspondent took his the eerie yesterday talking to families from the pennsylvania cyber charter school today what happens to the local brick and mortar school in nearby union city when kids leave here's amy union city pennsylvania is a rural town with one hellum entry school and one middle and high school every spring there's at drive your tractor to school day in teacher martha blair's arts and crafts class students learn to we've saddled blankets and guns straps so they're all learning how to use the looms but they're making something that's useful for them union city was once known for furnituremaking but in the last fifteen years the lumber mills and chair makers have closed the hospital and newspaper oregon dave robinson directs the union city family support center which provides social services for the poor he also sits on the school board right now exceed the one strong institution that trump keeps the whole community together is the school system more families are opting out of that system and sending their kids online last school year thirty five students from the district were enrolled in cyber charter schools that's out of almost 1100 students each child who leaves takes about ten thousand dollars in school funding with them 20000 if they have special needs but robinson says many of the costs that money helped cover remain there's infrastructure in school district whether were educating.

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"union city" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"union city" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"This is marketplace i'm kinda rozelle we are going to go back to eerie pennsylvania here for little bits docked schools for our series the big promise school choice was among the policy promises the donald trump made as a candidate it is v top issue for his education secretary betsy devos the basic idea being that no matter where they live or how much they make families ought to be able to choose the best schools for their kids in rural parts of the country though those choices can be hard to come by which helps explain the rise of cyber charter schools kids go to school online on the taxpayers dime marketplace's amy scott urge casing correspondent took his the eerie yesterday talking to families from the pennsylvania cyber charter school today what happens to the local brick and mortar school in nearby union city when kids leave here's amy union city pennsylvania is a rural town with one hellum entry school and one middle and high school every spring there's at drive your tractor to school day in teacher martha blair's arts and crafts class students learn to we've saddled blankets and guns straps so they're all learning how to use the looms but they're making something that's useful for them union city was once known for furnituremaking but in the last fifteen years the lumber mills and chair makers have closed the hospital and newspaper oregon dave robinson directs the union city family support center which provides social services for the poor he also sits on the school board right now exceed the one strong institution that trump keeps the whole community together is the school system more families are opting out of that system and sending their kids online last school year thirty five students from the district were enrolled in cyber charter schools that's out of almost 1100 students each child who leaves takes about ten thousand dollars in school funding with them 20000 if they have special needs but robinson says many of the costs that money helped cover remain there's infrastructure in school district whether were educating.

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