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"Be the first African American to lead the agency. Randy Moore will take over as chief of the Forest Service next month, replacing current but retiring chief Vicky Christiansen. More is a career Forest Service employee and is currently the regional forester in an area that includes California, a state that's been walloped by wildfires year after year after year. Much of the U. S. Forest Service's budget now goes to fighting wildfires every year, which is sidelined other needed work, including efforts to lower fire risk. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says more will be taking charge at a critical time. Much of the West is parched and sweltering under record heat. Nathan Rott NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was down 150 points to 34,023. The NASDAQ closed up 140 points today. You're listening to NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm Natalia Navarro at 4.2 magnitude earthquake shook many parts of the Bay Area a little over a half hour ago. The quake was centered on the Hayward fault in the East Bay Hills between San Leandro and Castro Valley. Data from the U. S Geological Survey shows that residents from Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties reported feeling the brief chic. In other news, Bart has hit a milestone in its effort to bring back writers during the pandemic. KQED S Dan Brackey explains. Local transit operators have suffered extreme ridership losses since March, 2020. Now passengers are starting to show up in greater numbers in Bart, in particular, is showing strong ridership growth. The rail system is on pace to carry two million riders in June. So that's just a small fraction of the nearly 10 million patrons Bart carried in June 2019. It's double the number of passengers the system carried a year ago. Current Bart Ridership is now running a little ahead of the agency's budget estimate for the fiscal year starting this Thursday. That budget projects the agency could regain between half and two thirds of his former daily writers by a year from now I'm Dan Brekke e KQED news. San Francisco, health officials say they're making significant strides and getting the Covid 19 vaccine to the city's Latin next population. KQED is Kate Wolf reports. The initial months of the pandemic hit San Francisco's Latin next communities Hard They had some of the city's highest infection rates. But new numbers from the city shows 70% of Latin X San Franciscans have received at least one dose of the vaccine. That's about 93,000 residents. State health officials say close to 28% of California's Latino population has received at least one shot. The city attributes the success to partnerships with community organizations and low barrier vaccine distribution in the Excelsior and Mission districts. I'm Kate Wolf.
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"Be a major fire season. NPR's Nathan Rott reports. The Forest Service new chief will be the first African American to lead the agency. Randy Moore will take over as chief of the Forest Service next month, replacing current but retiring chief Vicky Christiansen. More is a career forest service employed and is currently the regional forester in an area that includes California, a state that's been walloped by wildfires year after year after year. Much of the U. S. Forest Service's budget now goes to fighting wildfires every year, which is sidelined other needed work, including efforts to lower fire risk. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says more will be taking charge at a critical time. Much of the West is parched and sweltering. Under record heat. Nathan Rott NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was down 150 points to 34,000 to 83. The NASDAQ closed up 140 points today. You're listening to NPR. This is W. N. Y. C. In New York. I'm Lance Lucky, New Jersey is altering its approach to transgender prisoners mandating that they must be housed based on their gender identity. Not the gender. They were assigned at birth. W. N. Y. C is Matt Katz reports. The new policy is part of a settlement agreement with the value of New Jersey, which represents a transgender woman who spent a year and a half incarcerated in four men's prisons. Settlement includes other protections for those in prison who are transgender, intersex or non binary, including a requirement that staff use appropriate pronouns, a guarantee the gender appropriate undergarments are provided and a prohibition on pat down searches of transgender women by male officers. The state Department of Corrections characterized the new policies as part of a cultural change in state prisons, according to the A C L U ONLY A few other states have similar policies. Democratic turnout. Democratic voter turnout was up in New York City's June primary compared to the last competitive primary elections in 2013. But an analysis by the website the city shows voter participation varied by neighborhood. Here's reporter and Choi. Neighborhoods that were hard hit by Covid, such as parts of the Bronx, southeast Queens and Corona, Queens, had a relatively low turnout. Meanwhile, residents in Long Island City, Astoria and central Brooklyn were more likely to show up at the polls. Voting rights advocates say automatic voter registration and permanent absentee voting We're all would make it easier for people to cast their ballots. Election officials plan to update the primary results based on voters ranked choices by the end of the day tomorrow. The Heat advisory remains in effect tomorrow and Wednesday highs around 95. Heat index around 100. Support for NPR comes from the George Lucas Educational Foundation, creator of Ed Utopia for 30 years committed to advancing educational innovations and research that improves pre K to 12 learning more at utopia dot org. Whatever your summer. Plans include sun and sand at the shore, jogging in the park or just hanging out at home. W N Y C will be there for you..
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"NPR's Nathan Rott reports. The Forest Service new chief will be the first African American to lead the agency. Randy Moore will take over as chief of the Forest Service next month, replacing current but retiring chief Vicky Christiansen. More is a career forest service employed and is currently the regional forester in an area that includes California, a state that's been walloped by wildfires year after year after year. Much of the U. S. Forest Service's budget now goes to fighting wildfires every year, which is sidelined other needed work, including efforts to lower fire risk. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says more will be taking charge at a critical time. Much of the West is parched and sweltering. Under record heat. Nathan Rott NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was down 150 points to 34,023. The NASDAQ closed up 140 points today. You're listening to NPR. And at 704 on Monday, June 28. This is KCRW. I'm Larry Peril. Well, don't put your masks away just yet. Especially if you're vaccinated. You may want to pull them out again. L, a county public health today recommending masking up indoors regardless of your vaccination status. They say it is a precaution as the highly transmissible delta variant has increased in the region. At last count. The strain comprised nearly half of all variants sequenced in L, a county public health, urging residents to wear a face covering in settings such as a grocery or retail store, movie theater and workplaces where you don't know everyone's vaccination status, they say fully vaccinated. People appear to be well protected from infections from this dealt from the delta variance, but People who have only gotten one dose are less protected. Today, the county reporting roughly 260, new infections and another three lives lost to the virus. Well, five states have been added to California's ban on taxpayer funded travel that brings the total to 17 Attorney General Rob Bonta says the state's discriminate against LGBTQ citizens. States are a part of a recent dangerous wave of discriminatory new bill signed into law and states all across the country. States added. Today are Arkansas, Florida, Montana and West Virginia, which have passed bills preventing transgender women and girls from competing in girls' sports. Also North Dakota, which allows trans students to be excluded from.
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"Will be the first African American to lead the agency. Randy Moore will take over as chief of the Forest Service next month, replacing current but retiring chief Vicky Christiansen. More is a career forest service employed and is currently the regional forester in an area that includes California, a state that's been walloped by wildfires year after year after year. Much of the U. S. Forest Service's budget now goes to fighting wildfires every year, which is sidelined other needed work, including efforts to lower fire risk. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says more will be taking charge at a critical time. Much of the West is parched and sweltering. Under record heat. Nathan Rott NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was down 150 points to 34,023. The NASDAQ closed up 140 points today. You're listening to NPR. Memorial dedicated to the five Capital Gazette newspaper employees were fatally shot by a gunman three years to the day has been unveiled in Annapolis, Maryland. Remember Station W am you Dominique Maria Benassi has more the memorial called the Guardians of the First Amendment. Has 58 ft tall pillars, one for each of the deceased that sit in front of a brick wall with an engraving of the First Amendment. A few 100 people made up of survivors, victims, family members and the press gathered to honor the lives lost. Rick Hutzell, the paper's former editor in chief, was one of three people who took a buyout from the papers new owner Alden Global Capital earlier this month he encouraged the public to honor the victims in another way, if you care about journalism and truth and freedom of the press Anywhere. Subscribe to your local news organization because that's the only way they will survive A criminal responsibility trial for the gunman, who's already pleaded guilty begins Tuesday. For NPR News. I'm Dominique Maria Bessie in Annapolis. We unprecedented heat wave continues in the Pacific Northwest, with dangerously high temperatures gripping Washington state, Oregon and Idaho. In Portland, Oregon. Officials shut down light Rail and Streetcar Service due to high temperatures over the weekend. Portland and Seattle as well as other cities, broke all time heat records. With temperatures over 100 degrees. It was expected to be even hotter there in some spots this week. The Heat wave has also moved into Idaho, with Boise forecast have temperatures of more than 100 degrees for the next seven days. Crude oil futures were down $2.14 a barrel to 70 to 91 a barrel. I'm Jack Spear, NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors.
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"Place in New Mexico have arrested a man who shot an officer during a traffic stop. State police officer sharing during was on patrol two weeks ago when she pulled over a back of a pickup truck. The driver fired several shots as she approached. The man was arrested after a short chase. He was charged with attempt to commit murder, resisting arrest and more during has been treated for her injuries. A memorial service has been held for a firefighter who died in the fire burning in the San Bernardino Mountains. Chief Vicky Christiansen spoke at the memorial at the Rock church in San Bernadino. Yesterday, she says Charles Morton was dedicated to the force Service and the nation as a family member. As a firefighter. As a member of his community. Christensen says Morton was more than an extraordinary fire fighter. He was a great man. Morton died on September 17th. The fire started at a gender reveal party in Yucaipa. That fire in the salmon in San Martino County, near Ukip is now 83% contained. The fire has burned nearly 23,000 acres. The news is sponsored by Benjamin Moore. The fire burning through the Angeles National Forest and Antelope Valley is now 61% contained. The fire has burned more than 114,000 acres. Some locals will find some more mail in their mailbox L. A county started sending out sample ballots to residents for the November 3rd election. Sample ballots contained election in four related to candidates measures and how to safely vote by mail or in person. Voters can access their sample ballot online using the new interactive sample ballot, which allows voters to review their ballots and make their selections online before voting in person. Or information on sample ballots. The interactive sample valid voting by mail, voter registration, the presidential general election, and Mohr is available at L a vote dot net. Bill Seward Ko Phi new President. Trump is expected to pick a replacement for a justice on the Supreme Court. Because of the death of Justice Worth Bader Ginsburg. President Trump will pick a replacement later today. Ironically, I think if you asked Justice Ginsberg should we always just, you know, replace a woman with a woman that seems to cut against everything she stood for Texas A and M law professor Meg Penrose says Trump should pick the best candidate, regardless of gender. Trump says he will be picking a woman. And so ah, small fair food vendors have been able to feed thousands at the Orange County Fair Food Drive through Kathy Cookies owner Kathie Johnson says pretty much all of her venues are shut down by Cove in 19 Way, missed all our customers and everything. So.
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"And here in Boston. Cloudy and 59. Degrees at 6 30 for raccoon variant Rabies. Not a problem on Cape Cod hasn't been for years, but his W. B C's Chris farmer reports, the Department of Agriculture is not going to take any chances. The agency plans to aggressively target Barnstable and Plymouth counties have a total of just under 100,000 aural Rabies vaccination baits. We're going out onto the landscape, Bates that will inoculate raccoons once bitten. Nearly 70,000 of them dropped from helicopters and the rest scattered on the ground in areas where raccoons and other carnivals are likely to come across them. Williams Trouble on. There are two different varieties, which looked like lovely one square inch cube and the second it looks like a small ketchup packet. Brian Bjorklund is with the USDA and says the baits are largely considered safe. But should you or your pet come across any of them all the number that is on the base packet and we can document where these basic being Chris Vomit. W B Z Boston's news radio. So have you ever seen a lantern fly state agricultural officials urging residents to keep an eye out? Two dead spotted lantern flies have been found in Milford. And nor would the insects arrived in the state on material shipped from Pennsylvania counties that are under a spotted lantern fly, quarantine. Anyone receiving plants, landscaping materials? Or outdoor furniture. Check for these bugs. They're large gray there about an inch long. They've got black spots Red under wings. If you see one, the state's agricultural department would like to hear from you spotted lantern flies are not known to bite or sting or attack people or pets or livestock. The insect is from Asia and has only been in the United States for the last six years. A memorial service held yesterday for Charles Edward Morton, the 39 year old crew boss with the big bear hotshots who died last week in the San Bernardino Mountains in California fighting the Eldorado fire. Vicky Christiansen is chief of the United States Forest Service. We are very proud. Of Charlie's Honorable service. Of his commitment to the Forest Service. Of his commitment. To our nation. Thousands of firefighters and other emergency officials continue to battle dozens of significant wildfires burning across California. Gusty winds forecast to return to Northern California today and extend through Monday that has the potential to flare up activity on existing fires. As well as threatening rapid growth for any new ones that might ignite. 6 37 tow Wall Street now in business with Bloomberg investors went looking for some bargains on Wall Street and found them in Tech shares that helped send the stock averages one and a third to two and a quarter percent higher. The Dow rose 359, the NASDAQ 241, the S and P. 52. Still, the gains couldn't push the Dow and S and P out of their fourth straight weekly loss. Boeing shares took wing up almost 7% onward. The head of the FAA will pilot the 7 37 Max in a test flight next week. After the bell came word from Dow Jones of a shareholder lawsuit that accuses Boeing's former CEO and company directors of being too distracted by negative news reports about the crashes that prompted the plane's grounding to oversee management's response. Google is setting up some election rules. It'll stop election advertising after the polls close in November to limit fake messages about who won and advertisers will have to wait at least two days for political ads to be approved. In the run up to Election Day. I'm Joan Doniger Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio Coming up at 6 45 a final farewell to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader.
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"Anybody got asthma? No one's going to kick me out of a restaurant or anything. Because I'm just not there. You know, I'm too old for that fight. If I was younger, I was like 30 35 we put up of means. Think about this. Will you be you'd be throwing Pirela at people like you? No one would be safe. You and I drive this here. L I did that to Steve before the pandemic. That's right. You That's exactly right. Yeah. Steve Gregory came in studio one night and he coughed. And I and I pumped two pumps of pure oil on my hands and I threw it and I saw it. I saw it through the window. You literally chucked liquid at his face. I have been hit in the face by threw it in his direction. I think it hit him. I know it hit him. I hope it didn't hit him in the eyes. Oh, he's fine. But you know what he could, and he deserves it because if God forbid anybody clears their throat or sneezes or coughs in the newsroom, you'll just hear this from Steve Gregory. Help isolate so good. Throw the bureau. That's great Singer break You're alive on Kay, if I am sick I don't know what you're thinking. And I kind of like that keeps it and dost HD to Los Angeles lives everywhere on the radio and fallen firefighter. I'm Gina Grad live from the cave. By 24 hour News room. A firefighter killed in the wildfire that started with the gender reveal stunt New kippah has been remembered. For fallen firefighter Charles that many have mourned the death of hotshot crew boss Charles Morton at the Rock Church in San Bernadino chief Vicky Christiansen says Morton will be missed. Charlie was more than an extraordinary firefighter. It was a great man, Morton's fiance, Monica Topia, says she knows it's hard not knowing exactly what happened on the fire. But I'm at peace because Charlie loved what he did. Morn died in the fire near Big Bear on September 17th in San Bernadino, Rob Newton care fine news. This report brought to you by solar Max. One of the upcoming ballot measures will have voters in California deciding on an issue at the intersection of criminal justice reform and the right to vote Proposition 17 would allow people with felonies and out on parole to vote and that totally disregard and defeat the purpose of parole. The parole period is for the inmate to adjust to free society to establish themselves in free society. And finish paying the price for what they did. Republican State Senator Jim Nielsen from Red Bluff, says the launch it stays. It is what prop 17 campaign manager Shay Franco Clausen says parole is not intended as a punishment. The Pro board has deemed these people the ability to reintegrate into their communities, and I worked with so many people on parole who are leaders of organizations, nonprofits, but the one area that they just don't have. The right is to be civically engaged in a part of democracy in their own communities about 55,000. People who would have suffrage. Restorative prop 17 passes in California would be the 20th state to allow parolees. The right to vote is more to this debate, and we'll bring it to you is part of the proposition. Siri's Chris and Carl Okay, fine news. The Orange County Fair has families flocking for fried fair food to Forget Cove in 19 roasted corn. Then you see Hawaiian chicken balls in the turkey leg affairs, Terry Moore says. Thousands have already visited the Koven state Drive through that features about a dozen vendors deep fried everything. Detroit Korea's pride Deep fried cheesecake. This family says it offers at least a taste of the fair. What's the thing? You're looking forward to the most fun? I was looking for some more food man. More says people have been so excited. The event has been extended through the end of October at the O. C fair, Corbin Carson deep Fried butter. From the Southern California Toyota Deal. Dealers Traffic Center. We make it.