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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Getting a little thick now metering lights out to that incline section that's a little bit of stopping go they have not activated the metering lights not yet you'll find the electronic signs are lit up saying that there's a high wind advisory although from what I'm hearing it doesn't seem all that windy coming into San Francisco or leaving it for that matter but just for what it's worth looking at foggy conditions on your Golden Gate Bridge to getting there especially on the Waldegrave via fog comes right down the road surface as you make your way up to the top of that hill not really much going on in the way of stalls and accidents of one vehicle stalled out in Alamo but it looks like it went to the center divide southbound six eighty right before lavar net just before warning there and the Altamont pass commute clocks in at about a half an hour the drive time from the back of the line out of Tracy to the top of the hill at north went on west five eighty your next update is at six eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS chicken little has been putting up those windows six I know I may have felt compelled to mention it just because it says so but it doesn't feel that way right well not right now at any rate but I I do know Kim in the late evening hours we definitely did have some strong wind gusts in just pulling up the numbers from San Francisco International Airport things settle down fairly early this morning but boy you got around the sunset last center actually a couple of hours before we had gusts of thirty six thirty eight miles an hour this info in the late afternoon hours but as of this morning the wind speeds all across the region are pretty tame and don't see anything that's going to impede your your driving that's for sure what we do have is wide spread over cast and even potentially some drizzle the closer you get to the coast this marine layer is at least fifteen hundred feet thick so a while to burn it off today another mostly sunny day for the bay area definitely sunny and warm inland and mild near the bay and the coast traffic and weather together on the gates on all news one of six nine AM seven four the KCB your total wine and more store is ready to serve you with are always low prices on an incredible eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers want to today try our same day delivery or contactless curbside pickup at total wine dot com if you're grabbing your favorite beer or pouring a glass to enjoy an evening on the deck.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Right for you at shoes Matt dot org San Francisco is closing thirteen more streets to through traffic this week increasing the space where residents can walk and cycle while maintaining at least six feet of distance from others the slow streets program started last month and in the first phase twenty miles of streets were closed to through traffic mainly along corridors that mimic some of Munich's popular route where bus service has been reduced in the second phase thirteen new corridors are being converted into slow streets and one from tweet the city will have thirty four miles total closed to through traffic now a check of your traffic which is sponsored this time by express pros dot com need to manage a changing workforce it's time to get to know express employment professionals express pros dot com to find one of over eight hundred and thirty locations to help support your workforce needs we have some slow traffic right now eight eighty in the northbound direction as you approach the two thirty eight connector CHP officers over to the right hand side assisting with a fender Bender southbound one oh one at San Francisco International Airport we have a tarp it's blowing around in the second lane from the left the H. B. officers will be conducting a traffic break north county eighty at Thorton Avenue two vehicles involved in an accident CHP officers already on the scene and it isn't it's clearing stages west bound for Hillcrest Avenue we have a stall taking up the second lane from the right and eastbound eighty of the four connector ramp another stall in the second lane from the right your bart ride still checking in problem free what changes even our daily lives doesn't have to change.

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Coronavirus Outbreak: 12 cruise evacuees being monitored at Bay Area hospitals for possible illness

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 7 months ago

Coronavirus Outbreak: 12 cruise evacuees being monitored at Bay Area hospitals for possible illness

"A dozen patients are now isolated at local hospitals with possible symptoms of coronavirus the main challenges tracking down everyone who traveled in from China two people still in quarantine in Santa Clara county to others being treated at UCSF and of the one hundred and seventy eight people from the cruise ship in Japan who arrived at Travis Air Force base twelve or now being monitored at local hospitals KPIX five Juliette Goodrich has the latest details a total of twelve passengers have been taken to local hospitals to be evaluated after displaying symptoms consistent with exposure to the corona virus so just how long is a person infectious there's a lot that we still don't know about this new virus one of the features that we are still learning about is what's called the period of infectious mess how long is someone infectious when does it start and when does it end and we we still don't know we're still learning all flights to and from mainland China have been canceled out of San Jose and San Francisco International Airport the cancellations may go well beyond March each and every day were getting the names of travelers returning from mainland China these are flights that have been sent through a few key airports in the US we get the names contact the returning travelers and ensure that they're staying at home for the fourteen day since their last exposure in China

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The final day you can go to SF beer week dot org right now we want to go to Pittsburgh to get a traffic update from Frank Munich where of the C. H. P. is still awaiting a tow truck to clear all car involved in a deadly crash involving that car in the pedestrian on the lovers road offramp from east bound for no indication of the tow truck has yet arrived in the hook up to that car which is on the shoulder of the offramp again this is a low bridge sure offramp from east bound for in Pittsburgh see it's PO still in the process of clearing the aftermath of the deadly crash there still seeing some residual flown go on the peninsula southbound one a one a pocket of slow traffic all right at the San Francisco International Airport exit that to is all that's left of the young massive slowdown that we had earlier this morning in the wake of an earlier crash south bound one of one the app Millbrae Avenue and a new problem just now popping up on the capitol expressway on ramp to southbound six eighty this is an accident involving a car that rammed into a pole the card is in the far right wing your next traffic updated two forty eight on the traffic leader our leader mostly cloudy overnight a bit breezy at times overnight lows in the forties later on today mostly cloudy skies.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News all the time on KCBS Frank Munich is back he's got our latest selected traffic Hey we have some good news in and around San Francisco International Airport an accident involving as many as four cars that was apparently triggered by debris in the second lane from the left has now been cleared there was apparently a large rock or several walks in the second lane from the left and again of that debris has now been cleared off to the shoulder of the cars involved in this crash also on the shoulder and was well he's found five eighty on the seminary Avenue offramp in Oakland a we have reports of card that apparently slammed into a wall and is now blocking the lanes on the seminary road offramp injuries all recurrently involved here we have emergency crews on the scene that's causing some slowing at that scene the interests of their reminder to lay there were spawning at the bay bridge tolls this is for cash payers on the right hand side of things was founded the approaching the tolls of that pretty much to the beginning of the parking lot your next traffic updated twelve twenty eight on the traffic leader here's your KCBS six day forecast the first thing I'll tell you no rain in sight over the next week we can expect some when though for your.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Company that offers off site parking at San Francisco International Airport is falling victim to to common bay area problems increasing competition and skyrocketing Brent KCBS reporter Bob Butler says sky park is running its prominent blue white buses for the last time tomorrow after thirty two years in business guy park in San Bruno was started by Nicole judges father in nineteen eighty seven it offers indoor and outdoor parking car washes oil changes I think that business travelers don't have time to do he was a tough decision to close our rent goes up on our annual basis and the airport actually lowered their rates last may their parking rates when they were done doing a much construction door fifty employees Merlin cool budget in van de loo in Aug have been here thirty years difficult long time as a family my second family yeah here spend have more than half of our life here the good news as judge is the economy we had companies come to us and say I hear you guys are shutting down we are in need of drivers can I bring applications in San Bruno but Butler KCBS coming up on K. C. B. S. the second day of questions and answers in the Senate impeachment trial of president trump we have an update in five minutes ten forty five that means sports with Steve Baker Australian Open tennis in Melbourne the women's finalist set the men's final will be set early tomorrow morning after number five C. Dominic team plays number six Alex a pair of the winter to meet number to Novak Djokovic in Sunday mornings final Djokovic beat number three Roger Federer this morning six four and three despite falling behind one for and love forty in the first set Federer coming off that epic comeback five set win over tennis Sangram when he over came a groin strain and nearly had to retire in the third set that match was incredible two days ago here in Australia that work Federer looked lost the amazing part Federer's played sixteen hundred professional matches he is never retired in the middle of a match never and he was awfully close to doing it again the American tennis and grinned and I don't know to the small but as we speak I couldn't begin to tell you how he won that match Ted Robinson with the tennis channel on KCBS this morning saying there was no such magic for Roger today Federer had eight lives could be a great joke which gave him the life I mean joke which just smothered admit it was really the reality of father time which Federer's fighting off pretty well more so the most athletes do but we know father time never loses and it's at thirty eight and a half now it's really starting to dawn on us that we may have seen federal when his last major joke of the day now one win away from his seventeenth major singles title that would be three shots of Federer's record the women's final Sunday twenty one year old so for your Canada the US against two time major champ Gharbi Muguruza of Spain at the sports desk Steve Baker KCBS let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the.

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China imposes travel restrictions on 33 million people as virus toll climbs

America's Truckin' Network

02:01 min | 8 months ago

China imposes travel restrictions on 33 million people as virus toll climbs

"Of the announcement this past day as they they have expanded the travel restrictions imposed on Wuhan to some of the surrounding municipalities they've shut down travel networks trying to quarantine it's now about twenty five million people to give you an idea that's that's more than the population of the state of Florida under quarantine the death toll free twenty four hours ago in the number was like seventeen it's now twenty six and climbing confirmed infections now what to eight thirty five US bound travelers are being routed to five airports for screening Chicago's o'hare New York JFK Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson and Los Angeles and San Francisco's international airports people in the Wuhan province reportedly have literally emptied the shelves in stores they don't believe the government's telling them the full truth but the World Health Organization did not declare a global emergency yesterday but obviously if if you live in that Wuhan province you're thinking what the hell's going on here they know more than their talent so you know you don't quarantine twenty five million people some doctors are warning that these controls is not going to be enough to stop the spread of the virus the people who died were all between the ages of forty eight in eighty nine the vast majority where the the older the toward the top of the range almost all of them had other yeah pre existing health

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New virus prompts U.S. to screen passengers from Wuhan, China

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

New virus prompts U.S. to screen passengers from Wuhan, China

"Travelers arriving from central China at several US airports are going to be screened for a new virus airport is now screening anyone arriving from will hand China for a new respiratory virus that could be deadly the virus is called the corona virus and health officials say the risk from the new viruses low but it's taking the precaution so the virus doesn't spread authorities estimate some five thousand passengers will get screened at JFK Los Angeles international and San Francisco International Airport and it's adding about a hundred extra staff members for the advance screenings Lisa G. NBC news radio

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Situation at San Francisco International Airport we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Dennis Amari who is SO foes duty manager good morning thank you for being with us good morning thank you very much well what's going on how many delays and cancellations have you seen this morning well we're having which is not a a typical unusual day for us here at San Francisco we're currently experiencing seventy delays and seven cancellations which is not out of the ordinary for a typical Saturday is it foggy there this morning it is overcast but we are not on any type of ground delay or flow control program flights are operating on a normal sixty arrival rate certainly scheduled at this time so the the the low ceilings they're not impacting San Francisco at this time do we tend to see a Dennis more delays because it is a holiday period somebody darn people are traveling no not necessarily get a weather impacts most of the the delays at the airports you know it's it's up to the actual airline are the carriers if they have a oversell situation where they may take an extra few minutes to what the part of white but no just again folks need to come out early specially there's a lot more families traveling with children luggage to check in and of course going through the security checkpoint sometimes takes a few extra minutes but we're not seeing at least for today and being the loads that we are forecasted forcing anything unusual I know that for international flights you supposed to show up at least I think three hours now but what about domestic flights you know again it all depends I think most folks getting here you know approximately two hours especially if they're going across country they may again have extra baggage things like that so it all it's always good to be early of course the airlines now what they communicate their status through various social media applications well via Twitter or text messages to get folks heads up but if their flight is operating on schedule or taking out of the light and I know more more air carriers released a few of them are starting to hold planes a little bit longer if people are quite making that connection you know that kind of thing well listen thank you very much for being with us that Stannis Ammar yeah he is with the SFO yes this time is ten twenty three let's take a look at blues business now here are three signs that you're not getting promoted I'm Jeff golden of fortune magazine with the fortune business update it's that time of year when many companies announce a flurry of promotions to take effect January first if you're still wondering about your chances here are three signs that you probably won't be in that group what you don't get invited to meetings where important decisions are made to you get a minuscule raise very few employees are getting big raises right now but if your raise is at the bottom of the range say one or two percent that's a sign your employer isn't too worried about keeping you and three your ideas are taken seriously be wary of coworkers describe your ideas with that dreaded word interesting and then forget about him if this sounds like a picture of you it's time for a talk with your boss about how he or she sees your.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Led to hundreds of cancellations and delays for flights into and out of San Francisco International Airport your listening to live in local headlines on talk radio five sixty KSFO those returning home today will likely encounter additional problems of bad weather as snow and strong winds are expected in the northeast in stormy weather in the bay area according to the Federal Aviation Administration flight arriving at SFO were delayed by an average of four and a half hours yesterday and paradise high schools in dream football season has come to an end as slaughtered the number two seed defeated number for paradise twenty to seven over the weekend it was the bobcats person only loss the year they finish twelve to one it was a season fueled by motivation and determination of the team played for a last year seniors who had their season forfeited because of the camp and now the official weather forecast from the brother of our old award winning staff meteorologist rain some of it occasionally heavy today is going to continue as an area of low pressure sits over the region now as of tomorrow that low is beginning to move out and that means the rain chances will begin to taper off and eventually end by mid week I can't pictures today only reach the upper fifties low sixties across the area into the staff meteorologist on the staff meteorologist meteorologist brother on talk radio five sixty KSFO all righty and a check of those roadways right now we are dealing with some soloing it sponsored this done by the Golden State Warriors if you're traveling on eighty in the westbound direction the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights are on and things are slow at the tolls I'm also seeing a slowdown right now eastbound five eighty as you approach eighty we have another vehicle this one's over to the right hand side looks like CHP officers are getting a tow truck out to the scene east bound for all hambre Avenue we have a traffic collision with the emergency services on the way also problem spot Basco road in the southbound direction a Camino diab low we have another traffic collision the.

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United Airlines flight diverted after woman gets stuck in bathroom

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

United Airlines flight diverted after woman gets stuck in bathroom

"A flight bound for San Francisco International Airport was diverted last night after passenger got stuck in the jets bathroom investigators say it happened yesterday evening on United flight fifteen fifty four which was heading to San Francisco from Washington DC the flight was diverted to Denver International Airport when passengers reported a woman was trapped in the bathroom five firefighters in the mechanic got on board to quickly free her she was embarrassed but otherwise

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Morocco bombers vision was not to leave ten million people on covered Katie wanted every single person in this country covered my plan would do that your plan we do not have to buy. I do not have to buy you just said. two minutes ago you just two minutes ago that they would have to. you said they would have to. thank you for getting what you. for just two minutes ago. I can't believe you said two minutes ago that they had to buy and and now you're saying they don't have to but you're forgetting that anyone. there is no money. your sister automatically and we. great theater. one problem for Castro you got it wrong so they did the fact checking after the debate many of the pundits and they came back and they said subsequently Castro was wrong and Biden was right. so it sounded great and it really made for beautiful theater and a plate into the memory thing in the age thing for by but apparently I also heard last night that the number of the party a lead to the leadership not happy with Castro with that for the for going back in we're going after yeah going after him this did leave up to bid at a put a judge I believe was the one that after this exchange just you know pretty much remarked on this is why people don't like politicians and this is why the the political theater now turns people off and can't we just be civil right in so many words we're going to keep playing a number of bites throughout the morning at about this time every hour from last night's debate so we'll get you a little bit deeper into it in other news this morning the runway construction reconstruction project that has been causing massive delays at the San Francisco International Airport is ahead of schedule we are told should be completed before September twenty seventh SFO officials say that they plan to re open a section of the closed runway tomorrow it should reduce some delays it will not eliminate them but it's been a mess there it's a sixteen million dollar federally funded paving projects started on Saturday it has caused more than two thousand flight delays cancellations or diversions. home from full house is getting a price cut yeah that famous San Francisco Victorian used for exterior shots in the nineteen nineties sitcom has been listed.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCRW

"Week in San Francisco International Airport has banned the sale of single use plastic bottles from vendors and restaurants inside the terminals is the latest California law to take aim at plastic waste but as KCRW's Evans Georgia reports there are some big exceptions the new bottle ban at SFO covers drinking water packaged in any container one leader or smaller travelers instead have to purchase water in recyclable or compostable packaging or bring their own in tank up at one of the one hundred hydration stations but this band does not apply to soda tea or juices and it doesn't cover those tiny bottles that you get on the airplane to and from San Francisco the goal is to become the first zero waste airport in the world by twenty twenty one their ports as it currently generates more than twenty eight million pounds of waste annually and that includes an estimated four million plastic water bottles bottles that will no longer be sold KCRW's Evan George L. acts is currently working on a sustainability plan to reaches zero waste no word on whether a bottle band like the one in San Francisco is in LA's plan you listen to morning edition on eighty nine point nine KCRW NPR news for southern California it's three forty five good morning I'm David green have you ever been to Bielefeld do you know anyone who has officials in the German city are offering a million euros if you can prove that the town does not exist there is this long running online conspiracy theory that the city is an illusion now Bielefeld has a university castle hundreds of thousands of people living there but really let's be honest has anyone ever met someone.

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San Francisco Airport starts plastic water bottle ban

Pat Walsh

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

San Francisco Airport starts plastic water bottle ban

"Turns out there's a loophole in the band of single use plastic water bottle sales at San Francisco International Airport the band is part of a program to reduce carbon emissions and let the waste by twenty twenty one however plastic water bottles over one reader can still be sold at the airport also soda tea and juices are except for the plastic bottle Ben travelers can still purchase single use bottled water at SFO but the containers must be made of glass or

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More than 1,000 Google employees implore leaders to stop working with U.S. border and immigration agencies

Morning Edition

02:30 min | 1 year ago

More than 1,000 Google employees implore leaders to stop working with U.S. border and immigration agencies

"More than a thousand Google employees have demanded that the company publicly commit not to work with US immigration enforcement agencies and that includes the border patrol and ice this petition is forcing Google's hand at a time when it's risky for big tech to criticize the trump administration is numbers are these honey US customs and border protection announced it's looking for a cloud provider a tech company at the cutting edge of big data storage to give IT support to its mission of securing the nation's border marquee government a product manager at Google ads and author of the petition says while his company has not yet applied for the job it's not too early to protest there's the old parables that the best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago the second best times today Google ask their bosses to commit to not applying by the government says the bosses wouldn't and given the enormous scale of the job border patrol collects extensive data including biometrics on millions of people coming in and out he says it's very likely Google would apply there are about three companies in the United States capable of providing the cloud computing resources the CBP is asking for Google is one of them Amazon and Microsoft or the others he's referring to those two companies are competing for a lucrative Pentagon contract Google which makes money from ads wants to take a lead in the cloud business it's a huge financial opportunity as governments and companies have moved it out online but many rank and file googlers are critical of trump's immigration track record the imprisonment of asylum seekers separating migrant children from their parents the alleged death of children in custody and sexual abuse Google founders Sergey Brin turned his company into a prominent voice against the administration when he showed up to San Francisco International Airport twenty seventeen to protest the president's ban against travelers from certain Muslim countries Google did not respond to NPR's request for comments to this new employee petition even says he knows it's putting a spotlight on the company that leaders don't want especially given the right wing charge that Silicon Valley giants have an anti conservative bias I am not envious of them for having to figure out how to best navigate the situation in an interview with fox news acting CVV commissioner mark Morgan call the Google petition absolutely irresponsible

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Whatever call in because this is I think well ninety six California voters in real good your soul is when you're leaving this country to go defended overseas yeah all yeah a month later well rulers over warm it enters an airforce base is a day from California to that list when you went to San Francisco International Airport they got the money out there looks good but there any women so don't talk to him just to I wore my uniform back in between the this is going to land no I had to catch a flight back to state law I for even more civilian clothes of older students I don't get much chance to spill more uniform because I didn't know if they still don't know it or not because I remember what happened yeah to jeans and a leather belt with popcorn flannel shirt and that's how are getting back home today it's one of those things where right god bless you say David I know you guys yeah would Jesus thank you thank you don thank you god okay now let's go ahead David let's take another quick break and we come back I can get Brian and Ellie and Pat Pat Pat the sharp dressed man will get a mall in here well for break ATM Hey what's up Israeli from the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have hundreds.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Suicide attempt he told authorities that he feared for his own safety for outside sources meeting powerful people who might try to harm him to prevent him from cooperating with the authorities obviously he did not do that he did not cooperate but T. was becoming increasingly paranoid about that in most of the federal prisons there is a small degree of under staffing and in an infirmary they actually relying on trained in may to report things that are going on so there's no doubt that this is going to create a internal problem for the bureau of prisons to address CBS news special report I'm by the Michigan case CBS news time eleven thirty two well questions are being asked about why young passenger was asked to remove her he job before boarding a plate of flight rather at San Francisco International Airport twelve year old Fatimah Abdel Rahman says Air Canada boarding agents at SFO forced her to remove the head covering and she wants to know why after contacting the airline the girl's family says Air Canada sent back a response saying Canadian law requires agents to compare passengers entire face with the photograph shown on the passport before boarding an aircraft however both the TSA in Canadian Air officials say they do not require airlines to screen passengers Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio brown has filed a grievance with the NFL over a league rule that prevents him from wearing his old school football helmet KPIX five Juliet good rich reports this is the latest controversy involving the raider star Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio brown he's threatening to never play football again unless he can wear his ten.

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Backlash grows for police use of facial recognition (The 3:59, Ep. 562)

The 3:59

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Backlash grows for police use of facial recognition (The 3:59, Ep. 562)

"The. Welcome to three fifty nine I'm Ben FOX Ruben, I'm as actually on Tuesday, San Francisco became the first city to ban. Police use of facial recognition tech proponents of the ban say the tech offers a slippery slope for Massar Valence while proponents facial recognition say that it's a useful policing tool. I as guess, do you expect more cities to follow suit with San Francisco? I think the outright ban is a little bit much. I don't think cities will do that right away. I did see somebody talk about a moratorium maybe they don't use it as, as, as primary method of dentist. Maybe it's the secondary. Or maybe it's used in a very light way. But the outright ban, I think, is a little bit much. There must be a different way to regulate something like this. Well, it's also interesting that this is obviously, not a federal ban. It's still being used in a variety of other places right? Yeah. So I was looking at an article about this, and this does apply to San Francisco police and agencies, but the San Francisco, please does not use this currently. So nothing's changed. There plus facial detect is available at airports, international airports and ports. But that's jurisdiction, which means this ban has no effect on those areas, which means that if I went to the airport, and San Francisco, San Francisco International airport, they could use facial recognition in theory. So it's not like the entire municipality everything in your, the federal you can't can use this. So some additional information about this. The Georgetown Law Center on privacy and technology, which has been looking into facial recognition technology for quite some time came out with a study today, this morning, saying police are using flawed data to run facial recognition searches those include using artist's sketches editing images to add is in lips and searching for look alike. So to me, this seems like if people are already a little shaky on the USA facial recognition tack, this is obviously another point to say, hey, maybe this isn't the best thing. I mean if you were. Night witness go. Hey, get a little, Ben FOX Ruben, this should be able to show a picture of Ben FOX and since he's so well known. Maybe of course, one of the cases actually was Harrelson, David Schwimmer look, lot of people like that. So the idea of saying, this person looks like another person would be usable in the police sense. The idea that computers doing it and potentially getting wrong. Again. It's that final step if, if for some reason, the police are deploying arresting drones. Yeah. I think there's a real problem there. But if there's a person Dan going, this is completely wrong, or this is completely right? At least it should be due process after that. Yeah. I think that, you know, the, the idea that this was proposed in the first place is facial, recognition tech is supposed to be more accurate or more credible than the human, I'd sometimes or it's able to pick certain things up, like, for instance, if you're wearing a different pair of glasses if you have longer hair, dyed, your hair. There are all sorts of different ways to maybe mess with the human eye, which facial, recognition tech is expected to be able to just kind of. Sift through unfortunately with this study seems that, you know, hey, maybe they're messing around with it a little too much. Next up one. Switch to a different subject. We are happy to report, the no Facebook, certainly not listening to your conversations. Not that important seen it actually tested out, this urban legend. I was forced to talk into my phone for about a week and a half trying to get advertisements about chainsaws. And no. I didn't get any advertisements about chainsaws new found no evidence that this is actually real love. The article about this, the point that this would be crazy illegal. Let's not forget that illegal, forget the idea that oh yeah. This would be creepy. It would cost Facebook trillions of dollars and ruining their model entirely that have been breaking the law, this Hauer amount of time that would be just amazingly bad for Facebook. When it comes to the press. So if they're crazy enough to do it, then, yeah, they should be. It's a good point that you mentioned that this would actually cost the company, a lot of money, and there would in fact, be some sort of footprint to show that Facebook is digesting that information that it's actually gobbling up audio recordings from two billion of its users you even several hundred million of those users, there would be some sort of data process that we, we would be able to notice, and unfortunately, security, researchers haven't found that if the accuracy aspect of these ads. I think that's what makes people scared, but it's links to your friends searches that you're, you're looking for, because your friends are looking for friends of friends that kind of weird amazing profile that can create all this data on top of that just reminds me I was going to buy car. All of a sudden it's thinking about buying a Honda Accord. They were everywhere, didn't mean that they weren't there all the time. I just didn't notice them as much right? Wonder if there's a psychological element of I was just talking about cookies and others ads for cookies. But you might not have noticed it before because you're talking about pizza. Yeah. And it's a good point. Alfred ING in his story talked about the. Fact that Facebook doesn't actually have to listen to you at already has a ton of data about you already. But anyway, if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN Ben FOX river on that bridge. Carey. Oh, jeez. All right. You threw me off. Thanks for listening.

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San Mateo, San Francisco International Airport And Measles discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

San Mateo, San Francisco International Airport And Measles discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Will a new report suggests that the threat of contracting measles is greatest in regions with international airports regions, like San Mateo county KCBS Keith Makoni reports from San Francisco International airport on what puts the entire bay area at increased risk for the measles airport is a gateway to the world, but it's also a vector for infectious disease. That's a finding highlighted by study published in the journal Lancet infectious diseases, which places San Mateo as the eighteenth most at risk county in the nation. Dr William Shatner who teaches medicine at Vanderbilt University says the findings come as no surprise to him. Needs to be imported into the United States from other parts of the world. Of course, where they're still having these bills and cities with large international airports are going to be at risk chapter says the way to prevent needles during travel is to get vaccinated, and that's important not just for your own health. But also for those around you who might be at greater risk from infection bike, Kate, for example, who's traveling from as if oh to Singapore with her baby. She says the measles news is concerning to her.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Collect harm movie stuff in the case of rob zombie. It's more of his heart movie stuff some of Kurt's actually, not too long ago at the San Francisco International airport. They had a display of some of Kurt's or a collection. Oh, yeah. No. And you and what's interesting is that right bay lately. Two months before it actually finished my chapter of this chapter. They had an exhibit of Kirk stuff up in Salem, Massachusetts, the Peabody Essex museum. So actually saw a lot of his stuff on display. It was perfect. When he's he's he's definitely like a classic. Universal monsters like really old school horror guy was robbed. Ambi- kind of goes more into the seventies. And eighties. Right. Right. And a bit of the sixties Corey Taylor is a big comic book fan. I mean, I've talked to him about stuff. Like that before. I think I think he has an app one story. I read about him. I think he has an app on his phone to make sure he doesn't, you know, buy something already has. I already own it. Don't by getting I've gotten to that point with comics over the years. I gotta be careful because they know you just you don't remember things anymore. And you know, as we go on now, man, it's like as you get older. You're you don't remember things as quickly, and you also you just get them bardy with information day after day. It's it's insane. I mean, I think that's that's part of the challenge here. I mean look at a book like Rockstars at home. And it's good to collect all the information in one place. You know, I suppose if you wanted to you could research stuff all over the place, but do you really want to spend the time and have no framework for which is what I look what a lot of people did here. They put a framework around stuff and picked specific locales from specific periods. It's amazing. I actually feel that. And I don't know how you do you think about this? But I feel like majority of music fans really don't know much about the bands that they love they basically like the music. I I know when I wrote the bunch Jovi book, I said, you know, I wonder the hardcore fans are going to find something new, and Eric separating everything. But it did have some fans tell me that at least. Couple of chapters since they found all these people that worked with him before he was famous that. They did learn something. But then I realized the majority of the fans just go to the concert. The hear the song some of that might not have kept up with the new albums, and they don't think about it. It's interesting. I mean, I don't know if you've encountered that yourself. Yeah. I mean, obviously, it's a lot of what we do is to educate the populace onto you know, what happened. What this what this period was is is I like to say, you know, this music of the latter half of the twentieth century, which we just all dub rock and roll is is an art form that is as important as the Italian Renaissance and the further we get away from it and the more it becomes loss. The more important it becomes. And I brought this up to fans to Rockstars themselves to suits and executives and all of them completely and utterly agree. Now that it's becoming more and more. Obvious that this time really really has passed. Yeah. And when you look at a lot of these homes. It's you can see the I don't know that it's a younger people. I'm wondering what they're getting exposed to also what they're used to American culture, we call it the mauling of America as an M A L L. So much prefab stuff. It's interesting. I was just watching David Burns true stories, and I had never seen that film before criterion. Just did this really nice deluxe edition, Blu Ray of it. And it's funny because it's this early sort of quaint little movie where he plays. This guy's got a got a cowboy hat needs just goes down in this town in Texas, and he showing you this quaint little town, and I was slowly getting overtaken by malls and prefab houses and industrial buildings, and you don't think anything that much of it until you start to realize what he's showing you as a side of America that is disappearing which is like this quirky small town where people are just surviving. It's not just a small town. I I live in San Francisco, and I can tell you that the town has more from, you know, this this unique character that I fell in love with in why moved here from Los Angeles into just every city USA, New York's another example bodies to go to New York, and you know, the all. The every every street corner was different the smells were different. And the last couple of times, you don't certainly since nine eleven the last couple of times I've been there. It's just it just reminds me of fucking Disneyland. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. No. It's it's it's awesome. And Saint marks place has been losing its character for while. I mean, there's still some cool stores. Unlike Saint Mark's comics is gone, it's going to be going soon. They're closing don't know if they're gonna move. But then, you know, trash and vaudeville they moved. Yeah. They yeah. Every time. So I I know they're just around the corner. But but it's not like the the originals and Kim's video. Is there for a while? That's gone. You just had a lot of things. I it sounds. You know, the music store, I spent a lot of money when I was in college and found a lot of cool deals. They're bleeker. Bob's is gone to now in the west village. They were kind of pricks though, but. I getting personal cyber is trying to sell stuff in there. And the guy was just like sort of a jerk to me, and his co worker, I'm like really this is like, I guess because of our long hair or whatever. But it was just like they they were cranky and some people find that karma gin, Lee, attitude of endearing. I didn't really mean they had a great, selection and stuff. I don't think the prices were phenomenally great. But you could at least find it, which I think is the trick here. Like you go to generation records, which is near to where bleeker Bob's was. That was that's still you can still go digging into the into the bins there early. Can also the the trays of of CD cases. It's it's it's a different world. I mean, I- Brooklyn actually has cooler rock bars now than Manhattan does. Yeah. You know, there is a bar actually in my growth in Brooklyn's. Now hipster town it is. But you know, it's interesting as a bar there called rock Arolla them, a girlfriend Susan, and I like to go there, and it's basically only seventies and eighties album art on the walls. I could a neon Judas priest sign maybe like in the AC DC thing Metallica pinball machine. They have cool drinks like like the banana hammock and the bourbon slush, which is like a giant shocking. Coke like goblin billion a slushy. Yeah. And and it was a CD jukebox that only has seventies and eighties hard rock and metal and low pop on their if someone's not playing something on that. Then you end up with whatever's on on the ipod, and it's all pretty much people that are fifteen to twenty years younger than me that being said, it's at least cool that they appreciate that music on the weekend. That place is packed. It's in a small building that unfortunately has a giant apartment building. That's being constructed around it. Then I'm hoping that they are are still going to stay there. And as ISIS, the at least younger people, they're appreciating it, but the hilarious thing about that is I don't think they necessarily know what the band's look like I remember we were there. Like, a DO song came on and people were seeing and then a priest came on, and I'm talking to a couple of younger people younger gal there, and they're saying on you know, what I think it was you got another thing coming. And and so I said I said I'll try to be cool guy pull out my, and I pulled out my phone, and I had a picture of me in in rob Helford for like twenty years ago. I want me test drove a corvette. And she's like she had no idea who was and I'm like, you know. That's just ironic. Wow. So what what was rob decked out in the the leather and studs? No. But you could still you could if you knew his face, you would know. Album. I mean, I I have a feeling maybe if there was a classic. Yeah. Baby. I don't think they still would. I mean, it's like there isn't a there's a me on Facebook with the Ramones related to Mon see this calendar. Ramones t shirt. Hey, baby. Like my band. What who? Yeah. Yeah. All right. There are several asides in the in the book beyond alert homes, and and I'll ask about a few of those. But, but I what do you think was just the most ridiculous or weirdest home in the book, maybe the one that just exudes the psyche of its owner. That's a good question. I'm gonna flip through here because you know, the the the one I find interesting joining caches house is pretty interesting on tense. You know, that it was sort of looks like a Frank Lloyd Wright, right home, it we not on river and everything in not symmetrical. A lot of stonework kind of off the wall mix. Unfortunately, it burned down. I believe in. I think two thousand seven right? Yeah. I mean, evidently, yeah. It's it's a shame. Because you know, they also shot his video there for hurt 'em in two thousand three was actually. Yeah. Actually, a very moving video. Oh, yes. You know? So he he kind of wanted something he wanted something different. I guess the the owner didn't want to sell it to him. And so we kept raising the offer until he reached one hundred fifty

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Voice will hold talks in January aimed at resolving tariff battle that according to a ministry of commerce spokesperson at timing and other details are being worked out following discussions over the phone about intellectual property protection trade balances and other issues, President Trump and Xi Jinping agreed December first postponed more terrified while the two sides negotiate over US complaints that Beijing steals. Our pressures company companies to hand over technology. Yemeni mother who fought for the right to see her dying son in California is in California after the Trump administration gave her a long-sought waiver to its travel ban. Shaimaa swill arrived at San Francisco International airport Wednesday night. She was greeted by supporters. We came out here as a community as many American community. To support one of our own. Was. Affected by the travel ban. And the way it was. This came onto the Meteo. The news is because of a very tragic issue where there was son that was dying and the mother was separated from her son and left out because of the travel it is a lot of families overseas in Djibouti, Egypt and. Djibouti Malaysia Asia. And julia. Going through the same difficulty. How would love for her to be here with her son from day one since he came to America two years ago because he knows he is in pain, and he's sick. And they didn't give her visa. Two years. Okay, right now. But she's going to say goodbye to the Weinstein. Many American communities in very bad situation. They can go back to Yemen war, and they can't bring their families here because of the Trump Muslim ban. Germany's where to go to Yemen, they'll be stuck in a situation where they're scared for their lives if they go to like a wedding or maybe they go to. Ceremony muni or the their kids right on the school bus. They might get attacked by missile, and they can't bring them here. So they end up their families didn't have gone to countries like Malaysia the US.

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Over 600 SFO flights delayed, canceled amid runway maintenance

Says You!

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Over 600 SFO flights delayed, canceled amid runway maintenance

"Too heavily used runways at San Francisco. International airport have reopened after hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled overnight runways were closed for maintenance work ahead of the holiday season and improper nation for winter weather, according to airport officials the closures caused four hundred sixty seven flight delays and one hundred eighteen

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TSA's 'Quiet Skies' Program Tracks, Observes Travelers In The Air

24 Hour News

04:12 min | 2 years ago

TSA's 'Quiet Skies' Program Tracks, Observes Travelers In The Air

"Former Oakland, Mayor Ron Dellums died of cancer yesterday at the age of eighty-two KCBS has Doug sovereign, says death came as a surprise to many local officials Oakland, mayor Libby shafts seemed full of sorrow even shaken by the passing of one. Of her predecessors Ron Dellums who served just a. Single term at city hall but twenty seven years representing. Oakland and Berkeley and congress with fire and passion, he's always been just an giant in moral leadership he is a homegrown hero Dellums was a fascinating man a west Oakland kid who became a US marine a Black Panther party supporter and a leading voice against the Vietnam war who turned into one of the most powerful men In congress, especially, as, chair, of the House Armed Services committee ten years ago in a conversation at UC Berkeley Dellums, said his political philosophy was inspired by seeing Martin Luther King junior speak I've Cal be, willing, to risk gotta be willing to walk out that you can't play it safe you can't wait until the consensus enforcement say hey folks. I'm leaving to be a leader, means to be willing to, take the risks of controversy mayor shaft says Dellums. Did his, best in a tough time as mayor hit by a recession a garbage strike the killing, of Oscar grant and the riots that triggered his loss is, being felt by those who knew him worked with him and admired him this. Is unstable ING for Oakland Raiders particularly people like. Myself who grew up just inspired by this great man. In Oakland Doug sovereign CBS the secret is out, on a surveillance program that targets airline passengers and to tell us more about it here CBS news correspondent Kris van cleave Federal air marshals are trained, to protect an airliner from a terrorist but. For the first time we're learning about another use of the air marshals program providing. Surveillance of some travelers it's called quiet skies TSA program started in two thousand ten that was expanded. Just last March quiet skies as first reported, by, the. Boston Globe identifies travelers including American citizens that could pose a threat but may not have. Been accused of, a crime and are not on the no fly list undercover air marshals follow, those passengers at airports and on flights taking note of behavior like excessive fidgeting were perspiration or having a cold penetrating stare sources say the marshals observe up to. Fifty travelers a day on domestic flights, if no suspicious behavior is discovered people are removed from the program within ninety days, there is no. Electronic surveillance like wiretaps John pistol was the TSA administrator when quiet skies launched so the whole idea was how can we mitigate, risk, against, known Risks and unknown risk. People who might do something but just haven't come up on anybody's radar, yet do you think it's a good use of your manpower, absolutely not whistle blower Robert McLane is an, air marshal he filed a formal complaint about the program it goes back to what I say over and over, the air marshals job is to protect the cockpit and the pilots let somebody else do the intelligence and criminal investigative, work at he, insists the program's goal is to ensure the safety of passengers and flight. Crews during flight that it is, not intended to survey all ordinary Americans Kris van, cleave and now to SFO were KCBS. Has got Leterrier has the story on a convenient and. Practical way to warm up, if you've left your jacket at home So here we are we've. Walked about three miles to get here where. Are what what terminal are we in I'm totally lost so, we're in terminal two right now we're post security kind of in the center food court area at San Francisco. International airport and here we are in front of this? Good-looking. Vending machine it's. Really got a huge glass window. So you can look and see what you're. Actually getting what why is this unique so this is the first time that our air corps has had a vending machine that actually sells clothing Doug Geico with SFO pointing out the Uniqlo vending machine the first of its kind at the airport the Japanese retailer selling styles of jackets and men's and women's puffy down jackets question is, gender and then, sleeves whether or not you want sleeves fifty bucks, for no sleeves seventy bucks with but would you buy a piece. Of clothing from an airport vending machine Probably yes.

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Electric cattle fence blamed for massive California wildfire

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Electric cattle fence blamed for massive California wildfire

"Up sixty four points the sp five hundred is up seventeen you're listening to npr from k q e d news i'm brian watt state fire officials say the cause of the county fire in napa and yolo counties was an improperly installed electric livestock fence the massive wildfire burned more than ninety thousand acres in a mostly rural area it's now eighty nine percent contained meanwhile the klamath on fire that killed one person in crossed over the oregon border is now seventy percent contained here's cal fire's gabriel lauderdale on the recent progress calmer winds temperatures although they've been hot haven't been as hot better humidity recovery's a night so that's enabled firefighters are out there on the line to control the fire lauderdale says cal fire expects to fully contain the klamath bonfire by july i fifteen bart is making final plans for a major change in its early morning service dan brekke explains the impact on thousands of predawn commuters the transit agency will begin work early next year on a major seismic upgrade to the transbay tube to give crews extra hours to work the start of early morning service will be pushed back from four am to five am about three thousand people ride bart during that first hour of service and edits median oakland today the bart board of directors will hear plans for an express bus network to get those early commuters from the east bay to downtown san francisco daly city in san francisco international airport the transit agency.

Doctor burnout behind many medical errors, study finds

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:25 min | 2 years ago

Doctor burnout behind many medical errors, study finds

"Facility at sfo could be dedicated in honor of the late san francisco mayor ed lee kcbs is margie schaefer reports from san francisco city hall and airport commission committee is getting to work on the potential honor the committee will evaluate the nomination to dedicate a facility at sfo for late mayor ed lee while terminal one we'll be dedicated in honor of assassinated gay supervisor harvey milk three other terminals could be considered now it doesn't have to be a terminal it could be another part of the facility it could be roadway could be another structure airport spokesman doug call the late mayor lee was supportive of airport initiatives merely was present at sfo during the kickoff of the seven point four billion dollar capital improvement program he was at sfo the day that that was announced approved he was very much in support of that under an airport commission naming policy created in two thousand thirteen the entire airport name will remain san francisco international airport as its recognized worldwide as such but individual facilities within the airport can be named in people's honour at san francisco city hall margie schaefer kcbs california's largest water agency has reapproved nearly eleven billion dollar plan to fund to enormous tunnels the centerpiece of governor brown's ambitious project to remake the state water system the board of the metropolitan water district of southern california today repeated an earlier vote in favor of bearing most of the cost of the project the twin tunnels that would modernize the aging infrastructure that delivers water from the sacramento san joaquin delta throughout the state troubling news from the medical community kcbs rebecca corral reports on a new stanford study shows burnout monks doctors is on the rise between twenty eleven in two thousand fourteen the burn out rate among the nation's doctors went up from forty five percent to fifty four percent and the healthcare facilities where burn out as more prevalent saw a tripling of medical errors reporting that they made an error in judgment or they made an incorrect diagnosis many even reported that they made a technical mistake during a procedure for medical schools dr daniel tafiq is the study's lead author every year hundreds of thousands of medical errors occur up to ten percent of the areas that were reported resulted in a patient dying or major permanent morbidity can have severe consequences for patient tafiq says one driver of the burn out is an increase in burdensome paperwork and other bureaucratic tasks take doctors away from patients hypothesis that having lower documentation burden can actually reduce burn outrage and that's the focus of a study currently underway at stanford rebecca chorale kcbs a federal judge in san francisco does not seem convinced that the weed killer roundup causes cancer but we'll let the argument be heard in court us district judge vince gave his ruling today allows hundreds of lawsuits against roundups manufacturer monsanto to move forward cancer victims and their families alleged the company knew of roundups cancer risk but failed to warn them government regulators and monsanto have long rejected the idea that one of roundups ingredients is a carcinogen the judge spent a week in march hearing from pechiney i'll just and other doctors trying to determine whether they claim was valid well ten years ago today apple opened a store for iphone apps letting users truly take control of their mobile devices today there are more than two million apps for the iphone alone changing people's daily lives and it's allowed for new industries such.

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Neo-Nazi Senate candidate kicked out of California GOP convention

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Neo-Nazi Senate candidate kicked out of California GOP convention

"Area since monday meanwhile kcbs is bob butler went to san francisco international airport saturday night where he talked vacationers who had just gotten back from the big island manoa and monaca are big attractions on the big island and black lava rock is scattered all over warwick every burns had planned to fly overkill away look i have a the volcanic activity in about an hour before we went out at blue and we flew right over absolutely spectacular and pretty scary and then the next day there was the six point nine earthquake who sitting at a bar on the ground kind of swaying under f several passengers said they knew nothing about the eruptions accept what they saw on tv or online cynthia walk was not too concerned we were on kona side which is the dry silence pretty far away from the volcano so the weather was good we didn't have any fog until this morning shit at the pool we had really felt the earthquake michael johnson says he felt the earthquake tremors but he's from here so it was no big deal it wasn't that panicked or kale i think it's like not very populated area and i think people are kind of used to it kind of like us with the tremors right at so by butler kcbs a neo nazi senate candidate was kicked out of the california republican party's convention in san diego saturday witnesses say patrick little was dragging and kicking and israeli flag while being escorted out of the convention hall reporter joe gareth foley is covering the gop convention for the san francisco chronicle he tells us what are you doing here is trying to create an incident that by trying to register for the party here that we'll give them some publicity sorta for his fifteen minutes of fame there was someone shooting video who was there with him one party officials rejected him from trying to register for the for the convention here state republican leaders are doing all they can to distance themselves from little just ahead on kcbs taty rising helping seniors hitch a ride free rights and right coronary services are being offered right now in the bay area through the three organizations.

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Sean Nelson, Connecticut and America discussed on

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Sean Nelson, Connecticut and America discussed on

"Dollar entrepreneurship program for high school students unheard this is the best way to change that we want to see from this because it starts with our you robinson sean nelson both twenty three said they were waiting for a friend to discuss a business deal when a starbucks employee called police to complain about them not ordering anything and refusing to leave a video of the incident went viral sparking protests inchoate calls for a boycott the amount of the starbucks settlement with the pair has not been disclosed a dead police standoff is is unfolding outside of barricade at home in north haven connecticut authorities say at least six officers have suffered nonlife threatening injuries and an explosion on the property police are negotiating with the man who allegedly is holding his family hostage to the north haven is a town in south central connecticut this is npr news the boy scouts of america is changing its name come february the one hundred eight year old organization will be referred to as scouts bsa the group's leaders say that dropping boys from the name is a gesture to girls who will be able to join the program next year girls are already allowed in the cub scouts program for children aged seven to ten meanwhile girl scout officials say they're preparing for an aggressive campaign to recruit and retain its members investigators say that pilot error is the reason for at least three of five airplane near misses at san francisco international airport in the last sixteen months we get details from npr's david schaper an air canada jet approach guess fall last july seventh was lined up to land on a taxi way that had four other fully loaded planes on it the pilot of one of those planes alerted air traffic control taxiway controller tells upon the to abort the landing pulls up just in the nick of time is noted on live atc dot net by another pilot air canada directly over a newly released video shows the air canada.

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YouTube shooting: Woman shoots 3 before killing herself in San Bruno, California -- live updates

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:19 min | 2 years ago

YouTube shooting: Woman shoots 3 before killing herself in San Bruno, California -- live updates

"The way matters show we at nine eastern on msnbc it's great to be back i had a couple of days off for which i'm very grateful especially in my friend joy reid who filled in so abeille in this seat last night joy but as i say it's great to be back lots of news today including some breaking news tonight of course this afternoon that the shooting that took place at youtube headquarters in san bruno california that was the focus of a lot of news attention this afternoon san bruno is just south of san francisco close to the san francisco international airport from all the information that we've got at this point it looks like this was the kind of shooting that will be classified as a workplace shooting potentially a workplace shooting related to a domestic matter neither of those things are unusual at all in our country at this point however in this case this took place at a very very high profile company also the shooter was reported the woman both of those things are rare in terms of american gun violence according to police before shooting herself the woman was able to shoot an injure at least three other people one of whom is in critical condition tonight but it appears that the only fatality from this shooting will be this woman killing herself after she shot and wounded these three other people police have not described any sort of terroristic affiliation or motive here.

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Kentucky legislature passes bill to curb teen marriage

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Kentucky legislature passes bill to curb teen marriage

"New york democrats stained a concussion when she fell while she was at a washington dc home a week ago she passed away today at george washington university hospital a bill that would ban most child marriages in kentucky has passed the legislature and awaits the governor's signature kentucky public radio's ryan barnes says the state currently has no lower age limit for marriage right now kentucky law allows judges to approve marriages of girls younger than sixteen as long as they're pregnant and sixteen and seventeen year olds can get married with parental permission under senate bill forty eight kentucky's legal marriage age would be raised to eighteen years old seventeen year olds would still be able to get married with a court order kentucky has the third highest rate of child marriage in the country more than eleven thousand minors some as young as thirteen have been web in the state since two thousand the bill was held up in committee amid resistance from conservative groups who argued parents should have more in the process for npr news i'm ryan barton in frankfort kentucky before the close us stocks are trading higher with dow up seventy two at twenty four thousand nine forty six this is npr good afternoon from k q e d news i'm tara siler the storm that slammed the bay area last night and this morning caused flight cancellations road closures and temporarily shut down a main transit hub k kunis tiffany cam high reports more than thirty flights were cancelled at the san francisco international airport between last night and this morning and a pg niece spokesman says a storm related outage took power from hundreds of customers in san francisco's mission district including the sixteenth street bart station for.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wake of three package bombs that have killed two people the package explosions appear to have targeted minority communities in austin more than four four hundred people gathered for the meeting less than a mouth from we're seventeen year old drill on mason was killed by a bomb left on his doorstep sunday austin justice coalition founder chaz moore says while there is concern in the community there's also unity i don't think the community is responding in a way of fears just about okay what can we do how can we come together to either prevent these things were happening are just be there for each other things like this going to continue to have police fbi officials say the bombings may be related they have also not ruled out the possibility of the bombings are a hate crime for npr news i'm leah jones in austin texas miami dade police say six people have been killed by the collapse of a pedestrian bridge near miami on thursday they say responders have now changed their efforts from rescue to recovery as they look for victims the national transportation safety board is investigating on wall street the dow jones industrial average is up about sixty points at twenty four thousand nine hundred thirty three the nasdaq is up sixteen that seventy four hundred ninety eight this is npr and from k q e d news i'm tiffany cam high the rain that slammed parts of the bay area last night and this morning has prompted flight cancellations and the closure of one of the region's main transit hubs thirty four flights have been canceled at the san francisco international airport and the pg pga spokesman says a storm related outage has taken power from hundreds of customers in san francisco's mission district that includes the sixteenth street bart station which is currently closed the national weather service says shortly after midnight a quarter inch of rain fell in san francisco in just thirteen minutes most places in the region got less than an inch of rain some spots at higher elevations got an inch and a half of rain tuition at the university of.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"So anyways we fucking land at san francisco international airport which it's some it's so much different you know when you when you actually get to see how cool it fuck it looks when you sit in the back of the tube you know and you just look at out the back just praying you don't just please get this thing on the fuck ground different when you come up debts fuck it amazing it's expensive his shit but it's amazing right so we land everything's going great eta anna i ended up doing this thing with the what is at the san francisco uh sketch fest and um i did this what was at the uh who's the guy from cuba castro the castro theater with kevin pollock any we just went out and i sort of an interview just riff and fucking around the people came up ask questions afterwards i want to thank everybody it showed up was like one in the afternoon all of these people showed up it was a great time in a camp is just the greatest fucking dude ever and we actually i got to do a scene with them in a movie coming up cold front runner it's coming up this year um we had a great time to win that and you know san francisco why in a bad mood built the cell sounds great it's all great it's all fuck great then they get to my hotel of course i show up right in the late takes my driver's license i forgot did not just show it to her like she took the driver's license right so then she starts click in our keyboard say hey can you do me a favor keen dini not type any personal information unless it's it she got all this fucking attitude she goes i am not i will tell you when a type in in in bubble in his whole fucking snap to the twelve to the six whatever the fucking kids say i wanna be like lady late.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eleven here on kqed public radio at nine the programme discusses the latest on the devastating southern california mudslides in at 930 an arrow mexico flights almost landed on a runway occupied by another commercial jet at san francisco international airport at this week marking the third close call at safo the past six months foreign discusses the investigation into that incident firm with media can begins at nine this morning bay area weather southern sacramento valley whether today mostly cloudy patchy fog in the morning some of that fog may be dance and then becoming partly cloudy the rest of the day bay area highs upper 50s the low 60s eyes for sacramento around fifty nine this is morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene let's some of president trump's message on immigration yesterday he would prefer people come to the us from nations like norway and not from haiti not from countries in africa he reportedly used a vulgar slur referring to african nations the un office of human rights says the comment was racist now trump's disparaging comments about haiti seemed to contradict what he told haitian american voters in september of twenty 60 with you vote for me or you don't vote for me and relief will be released jim i will be huge it was a different message yesterday trump reportedly made his comments during a meeting on immigration with a bipartisan group of centers in our studio this morning the haitian ambassador to the united states pull out the door on investor thanks for coming in refrigerated thank you for having me and i do think we should know tell that this is the eighth anniversary of a devastating earthquake in your country and we're certainly all thinking about the ongoing recovery efforts there that's correct and he's quite regrettable that we not discussing about the efc weekend how haiti's moving forward and yet we talking about something that is quite sad today while i unfortunately i do need to talk to you about this because this was a comment by the president of the united states yesterday referring to your country and i i.

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"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On this morning and and for him at nine am president donald trump's sweeping executive order on immigration spark protest at san francisco international airport in around the country this weekend will get the latest on the legal ballot over the order which suspended immigration from seven predominantly muslim countries and also hear from local people affected by the bands and then at ten we'll talk with reporters about the political fallout from the president becomes immigration orders that's one for i'm beginning at nine am today here on cake you edy public radio on a monday it's morning edition from and p r news i'm steven skip and i'm rachel martin we are in the midst of an epic few days of the american story president donald trump delivered in order on friday stopping all refugees and visitors from some countries from entering the united states that led to a weekend of confusion around the world detention this releases and protest said airports across the united states here in washington in fact you could a spent most of your day going from one protest to another around the city overseas man name for was sure rief tried to fly from your rock which is one of the affected countries to get is pitched a in nashville tennessee there's about to and then turn their cards hurt them okay so growing it's nice fifth the cold music fifteen mr soria says why so their three children have the sr comes the united states even got there boarding passes for a flight and made it all the way to the gate for a connecting flight in tiro egypt when they learned they could not get on the play i was looking led the faces all my life earn his they and yellow they both go down to the ground all laughs in one pick the whole dreams collapsed and one second history sharrif said there now back in or beal iraq which is whether started the white house says the confusion here is a small price to pay for an act that keeps americans safe and we're going to talk about that throughout the program and p our justice correspondent carry johnson's on the line now carry good morning would you clarify for as who img's exactly is covered by this order president trump's order suspended new refugee admissions for a hundred and twenty.

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