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KQED Radio News |  May 10, 2012 - 5:30 PM
100 Years Later, SF Symphony Looks Back

The San Francisco Symphony is at the tail end of its centennial season, and it's celebrating with a concert honoring music from the decades before it was founded -- from the Gold Rush to the years just after the great earthquake. Host Cy Musiker talks with John Mangum, director of artistic planning for the Symphony, who helped pick the program.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 5:30 PM
Obama Embraces Same-Sex Marriage, Calif. Reacts

Today, President Obama announced his support for same-sex marriage, and the reactions began rolling in from Californians on both sides of this controversial issue.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 1:04 PM
Cal State Trustees Approve Pay Raise Plan for Presidents

The California State University board of trustees has approved a plan to ask campus foundations to pay for raises of up to 10 percent for incoming campus presidents. The move is designed to address criticism that system's highest-paid employees were getting pay hikes while faculty's pay is frozen and students are being asked to pay higher tuition.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 1:04 PM
Pesticide Resolution Aims at Protecting Honeybees

Today a state Assembly committee considers a resolution urging regulators to prohibit the sale of nicotine-based pesticides. They?re less harmful to humans than some other chemicals, but a growing number of studies have shown they may contribute to massive bee die-offs.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 1:04 PM
SFO-Bound Flight Makes Emergency Landing

A United Airlines flight that was on its way to San Francisco from Toronto has made an emergency landing. An airline spokesman says the captain diverted flight 867 to Denver after noticing an unusual engine vibration.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 12:04 PM
Activists Still 'Occupying the Farm'

Members of the Occupy movement are still camping on a piece of land owned by UC Berkeley in Albany that's been used for agricultural research. UC police had arrived at the site early this morning, and occupiers sent out messages saying they were being raided -- but it didn't happen.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 12:04 PM
San Jose High School on Lockdown

San Jose's Independence High School is on lockdown following a report to police of a student armed with a gun. Officers tell Bay City News they're now at the school, located on Educational Park Drive.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 12:04 PM
Homeowners Reminded to Prepare for Wildfire Season

California's insurance commissioner is reminding homeowners to prepare themselves for wildfire season. Commissioner Dave Jones says people in wildfire-prone areas should make sure they clear away dry brush, create a defensible space around their property and review their homeowners insurance policy to make sure they have sufficient coverage.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 11:04 AM
Cost Plus Merges With Bed Bath and Beyond

Oakland-based home goods retailer Cost Plus World Market is becoming part of Bed Bath and Beyond. The $495 million transaction is expected to close during the summer.

KQED Radio News |  May 09, 2012 - 11:04 AM
Pesticide Resolution Aims at Protecting Honeybees

Today a state Assembly committee considers a resolution urging regulators to prohibit the sale of nicotine-based pesticides. They?re less harmful to humans than some other chemicals, but a growing number of studies have shown they may contribute to massive bee die-offs.

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