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right now on kpix and streaming on cbsn bay area, reports of a shooting at a mall. the latest on what happened. a san francisco police sergeant accused of committing a crime. investigators said he robbed a pharmacy. we'll tell you what they think he was after. and we take you inside a large-scale vaccination site for kids. we'll show you how one county is planning to vaccinate a thousand 5-11-year-olds. good morning, i'm devon feely. thank you for joining us. let's check in with darren peck. >> a cloudy day today and there mean say few light showers into the later hours of the morning. that is coming up in the future cast. it would not be a lot and clouds, bay areawide, temperatures range from a cool 49 in livermore. 46 in santa rosa to a warm 57 in san francisco. there is some patchy fog. the cooler temperatures,
assistant rosa in the upper 40s -- the temperatures in santa rosa in the upper 40s. be ready for that. the takeaway on this forecast for today, cloudy, mid-60s for daytime highs. light rain the next few hours. we'll look at that in just a bit. for now, back to you, devin. >> thank you, jim. one of the largestmas evident locked down yesterday. the police were searching for what they believed was a gunman, an active shooter inside of the mall. he's more on terrified shoppers. >> telling everyone to like run away. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. teams and law enforcement officers scrambled to search inside the mall. looking for a possible shooter son after a call reporting gunfire inside of the burlington coat factory came in around 5:30 this evening. >> we had to automatically switch to, you know, searching the interior of the mall. we believed based on the reports that we had, there was a shooting that had occurred. >> reporter: stores with want into lockdown, closing stole
gates. people inside stores expected the worst outcome. >> we were all hiding there and keeping quiet. as much as possible. >> reporter: no witnesses we spoke to said, they heard gunshots. police eventually escorted out employees and customers to safety. >> like empty inside. and they, they rush me out of the main entrance, the rear entrance. honestly, i thought i was going to be arrested for being inside. >> reporter: authorities detained suspects for questioning. no weapons were found or retrieved. there was no evident of a shooting or any victims after a thorough search of the entire mall and the shelter in place. >> everybody did their part to ensure the safety of the community. and that allowed us to conduct a quick thorough and efficient search. help those that were sheltered in place, escorted them outside of the mall and insured there was no one inside that was injured. >> reporter: police gave the all clear about two hours after the initial 911 call for help. they're not saying whether the three people they detained are
minors or not. look at how bold those thieves are. stealing a bunch of stuff from the suv in the middle of the day and a busy street near fisherman's wharf. sophia was in town for outside land. she said the victims told her that they had to end their vacation early because of the crime. opening statements got underway in a closely watched trial for the three men accused of killing ahmad arbery in georgia. the state argues that gregory mcmichael and his son wrongfully assumed he was a burglar. they chased him with their pickup truck and shot him last february. the lead prosecutor played cell phone video showing the deadly attack. >> those three defendantants committed four felonies against mr. arbery. >> he's not jogging. he's running away into the
neighborhood possibly armed. travis mcmichael, honestly and lawfully attempted to detain ahmad arberry, according to the law and shot and killed him in self-defense. >> reporter: the three white defendantants are charged with murder and other felony counts. the jury is predominantly white with only one black juror. the city of san francisco is expected to pay $2.5 million to settle a lawsuit of the killing of an unarmed black man by a rookie police officer. o'neil was shot and killed in december of 2017 as he jumped out of the stole know california state -- stolen california state lottery minivan. the officer shot him from the passenger seat of a squad car. it was just his fourth day on the job. the officer was fired three months later. he now faces a manslaughter charge. the board of supervisors is expected to formally approve the settlement on tuesday. a san francisco police sergeant was arrested on
suspicion of robbing a right aid in san mateo. sergeant devin cole was offduty when he was arrested wednesday evening. he's been released from jail on bond and placed on unpaid leave pending an internal investigation. police say that he joined the department 27 years ago in 1994. >> we received a call for service that there was an in- progress robbery. and our officers arrived on scene shortly thereafter. where they,in fact, encountered an individual who is later identified as the suspect who was arrested and they were able to safely arrest him on scene. >> cole worked as a homeless outreach officer for the police department. a former member of the usc athletic department has been sentenced to 46 months in prison for her rons -- donna h accused of arranging for more than two dozen student toes get
into uscs and pleaded guilty to wire fraud on friday. a one-way one-block alley in a neighborhood in san francisco has people feeling worried. willo street has the highest concentration of tents in san francisco, according to city data. and residents from the luxury condo next to it said the problem exploded only since covid. what is the solution? kpix 5s bitty yu has been investigating this story for weeks. here's what she uncovered. >> reporter: it's a street residence that say they're afraid to drive through. most won't dire walk through it day or night. >> it's pretty consistently nerve-racking. this is just -- seems to be a safe space for chop shops, drug trafficking. the garbage, first of all, like that is a huge health concern. rats. >> reporter: and it's all within feet of the artani, a modern condominium on van ness where units sold for more than
$1 million. >> what would you say is the most egregious part of that alley way? >> probably the threats of violence. the threats of violence to us, other residents in the building. i have seen people physically fighting and i myself was leaving once and a man approached my car yelling obscenities and threatening me, which is really scary. there was a guy who passed out in front of our door with a needle hanging out of his arm. all day long, and our children had to walk past that. >> reporter: the residents say they're confronted with unwanted activity as soon as they exit the garage. they shared photos of a man they say, regularly urinating. the smell permeates the entire garage. they say, another tries to break into their garage. others are captured damaging their property, even trespassing and stealing packages. >> i can't really reconcile
just the fact that this criminal activity is allowed to happen. i myself have called the cops a number of times. >> reporter: as recently as october 5th , the city came and did a complete sweep of the street. seen here in this photo. but by the next day, the tents and the trash had returned. >> the police don't actually come when we call 911. we're actively being threatened by someone who is wielding a club or knife much they don't come. >> reporter: the san francisco police directed our inquiry to the healthy streets operation center, which coordinates the city's response to quality of life issues. the department of emergency management said that city teams visited willow street on 24 different days this year and place more than 150 people in navigation centers, hospitals, or shelters. they also removed more than 375 empty tents. still, the crisis has driven away customers, according to this local business owner. >> absolutely. we don't feel safe here because
we have really bad experience during the covid. when jeff i work, i lock the doors because i want to kind of like try -- i am trying to keep customers safe. >> reporter: supervisor matt haney's office recently held a town hall and promised deep cleanings twice a month on willow street. residents want more police patrols. >> you know, i think this is such a wonderful place. i don't want to be afraid to live here. many parents across the bay area scrambling to secure appointments for their children to get them vaccinated. kpix 5s andria reports about the vaccination sites in marin county. they're expecting about 1,000 kids to show up. >> reporter: the gym transformed into a vaccination supersite as workers prepare for a very busy day. >> you will notice i am -- decorated myself and the room.
we're doing it a lot to make this space welcoming, softer and more fun and playful for our pediatrics. >> reporter: with the emergency youth authorization of the pfizer vaccine for 5-11-year- olds, parents didn't think twice about getting her son vaccinated. >> he's been getting vaccinatedness is coming out of my womb, so nothing now, you know. >> reporter: her 9-year-old son is on the wait list for this weekend and was able to book an appointment through ease canner for later in the month. some other parents, though, are willing to wait. >> i don't i'm going to rush to do it right away. >> reporter: marin county added two pop-up locations for kids with appointments available at the corner clinic and canal alliance. the high demand for the vaccine is not a surprise to a county which has already seen more than 81% of the population getting the shot. >> it said that it's a community that trusts the vaccine and it's a highly,
highly vaccinated population of adults themselves. that was andrea nakano reporting. officials don't have a vaccine supply shortage and are urging parents to check the health department's website for appointments and to consult with pediatricians. >>. for everything you need to know go about getting your child vaccinated, including where to sign up, go to kpixcom and collect the banner at the top of the home page. big news on the fight against covid-19. pfizer announced a new pill to treat covid that could save thousands of lives. the results of a new study showed the drug reduced hospitalizations and deaths by queen% in high-risk adults. not only that, it can also be used at home by people exposed to covid who have more mild symptoms. president biden praised the new drug. he said the u.s. has secured millions of doses of the pfizer pill. >> if authorized by the fda, we may son have pills and treat
the virus of those becoming infected and we're secured millions of doses. the therapy would be another tool in our toolbox to protect people from the one of the outcomes of covid. >> we also have more good news from the u.k. that country approved another covid-fighting pill. this is from merck. the studies show the merck pill reduced hospital situations and deaths by half. amongst recently infected people and that pill has been approved for people with at least one risk factor for covid and including being over 60 years old, being obese or having heart disease. >> to have a drug like this and an antiviral that is potent and able to be taken orally is an important moment and marks a milestone. >> it's set for review in the u.s. later this month. the pfizer pill needs to be submitted for authorization. health officials warn that none of the treatments is a substitute forgetting the vaccine. and the city of oroville is getting tang after saying it
would not follow orders issued by the governor or president. in a 6-1 vote this week, the city councilicalled oroville the constitutional city. it stems over the controversy of closing businesses during the pandemic and mask and mandates. does the city have a right to ignore state and federal orders? >> ultimately, this would be determined by a court. the strong presumption would be that the city of oroville does not have the power to do this. i see this as primarily a gesture. >> we're not talking about one mandate that has been pushed on us recently. it's a barrage of mandates. >> and a lawsuit challenging the governor's only powers has been filed by two republican lawmaker. in a late-night vote after months of the negotiation, the house passed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill. the spending package includes money to repair roads and bridges, fund public transportation and upgrid the
nation's broadband infrastructure. 13 house republicans voted yes on the plan while six democrats voted no. meanwhile, a $1.9 trillion social spending package remains in almost bo this morning. the time now is -- in limbo this morning. the. still ahead and string on cbsn bay area, san mateo county is getting innovative in the efforts to had know small businesses. the latest tool its using. >> and france may have to raise part of the famous water park son. next. . this is a live look outside before going to break. we'll be right back.
. welcome back. the time now is 6:18. san mateo county is launching a new app as an incentive to get people to shop, eat and drink locally. kpix 5s max daro explains. >> i they plan to test out the app at businesses in seven cities and will see usage expand across the city quickly. more than 290 small businesses are given a new app to try in the hopes it will drive much needed foot traffic their way. it's called choose local, san mateo county, designed to incontribute vise people to support locally owned businesses. the long tom san mateo shop signed up to try it out. the owner said it's worth a shot. >> i think it will help small
businesses. small businesses are suffering and have been. >> reporter: this is how it works. users shop, eat or drench at local establishments and earn points long the way and can redeem the points for discounts. >> it will be interesting to discover and learn about additional restaurants and stores. if you get savings in the process, that would be fantastic. >> what we're tr do is to really create connective tissue around our small businesses. >> the county supervisor said it's a win-win for consumers and small businesses. >> giving the businesses more eyeballs. yet uplifts everyone. >> reporter: it launches in seven cities. john, the owner of nuts for candy in burling game hops the city will join the list soon. >> i am working to adding the business improvement district. approximately 100 businesses to by part of the program.
this is going make a humongous difference. >> reporter: in san mateo, max darrow kpix 5. the u.s. job market is seeing major. provement. the latest report shows that buesr the holidays, are adding more workers. the labor department said the employers adds more than 530,000 jobs in october, the most since july. last month, the unemployment rate dropped from 4.8%fo 4.6. >> reporter: think economists are pleased with the report and shows a nice bounce back after somewhat weakened reports the previous two months. >> it was hiring across several sectors of the economy, including -- and shipping companies added workers and are looking for more help. u.p.s. is holding in-person and virtual job fares across the country this weekend. the company plans to hour more than 100,000 seasonal workers and said that third of the staff will be hired for full-
time jobs. and amazon and wal-mart each want 150,000 workers, tearing the 100,000 and todayex needs 90,000 for the busy shopping and shipping season. >> and a live look at the embarcadero in san francisco. the city may need to raise parts of the famous waterfront by much is feet. the chronicle reports it's part of the shoreline defense strategy to prepare the waterfront for raising bay waters and impacts of a major earthquake. but, there is no timetable for when that work must be done. and the focus in the forecast. it's monday night and tuesday. there is another good rain maker coming our way. we'll stack a look outside and that is the camera sitting on treasure island. and you might encounter patchy fog in the north bay. showed you the visibilities off of the top of the newscast and
north of santa rosa. fog is better today than it was yesterday. if you were an early morning riser, the fog won't be as widespread for saturday morning as it was on friday. north bay, under keep a eye out. very light showers. if we come into the closer look, we can't rule out a possibility over the late morning. that is 10:00 a.m. we see a few light showers show up through sonoma county and through noon. wa jeff light rain we see. this is the only place that comes to an end. and clouds. they around for saturday. sunday, more sunshine and monday night, it rains. performs for today in the mid- and upper 60s under cloudy skies. you will barely notice. there is no real change. let's look to the headline in this forecast. the storm coming our way for monday night and tuesday. you have to look out here. as we play forward in the models, it starts to develop. and that looks pretty good into the second half of monday.
it's still not come on shore yet. you can see a very well- organized system out there. let's put that into a little bit of closer perspective. we have to lose lose a little bit. we're to far out to see real explicit details. we come away with a good idea there. monday night into tuesday want a good rain maker moves across the bay are. the best of the rain will come from monday not through tuesday morning. we'll have scattered showers throughout the day on tuesday and to see how much rain we get out of it, this is the perspective. the light rain coming through and falls to the north except for a few sprinkles. we're going to advance this and stay are the it on monday afternoon and we'll let it play from monday afternoon through tuesday and this is the rain. that is an inch and a half, as we look at the heavier totals. france with a half an inch of rain and san jose picking up about a half an inch of rain
from that. san francisco would be closer. that would be widespread rain on monday night and tuesday, that will impact the tuesday morning commute. we're way ahead of ourselves here and that is the main event. it will clear out in time for wednesday and thursday and sunshine back on the forecast. there is the seven-day for france and oakland and san jose. it's the same story. the rain coming in on monday night. heaviest overnight on monday into tuesday. and a few showers lingering into wednesday. and lot look at that. stormy today. the clouds are sticking around. we'll get light rain in the late morning but the north bay and then you get sunshine for sunday. sunday is the nicer day of the two this weekend. for that storm coming in monday into tuesday, i saw the heaviest rain is to the north. what about the areas like santa cruz mountains in. >> once you get an elevation, you will pick up more rain. san jose looks like a half an inch of rain. i think if that holes true, you
-- holds true, you would have to consider the santa cruz mountains with 3 quarters to an inch. and that is spread out over a day and a half of time and should be manageable. >> we'll take every drop. thank you. >> yeah, we will. a bear area neighborhood had enough after a recent deadly shooting. what residents are saying. next. what i've learned from so many years . . . . . . of living with hiv is to enjoy every moment.
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. welcome back. the time now is 6:29. thank you so much for joining us. i'm devin fehely. let's start this half hour with a quick check of the weather with darren peck. >> going to be cloudy today and we meet get let's rain through the late morning hours in the north bay and like a sprinkle. that would be it. the temperatures range from a cool 47 in santa lisa to a relatively warm -- santa rosa to a warm 57. a little bit of patchiness in the north bay. don't count onp copterring as -- encountering as much as you have. if you haven't, be ready forever some in the north bay. the forecast, cloudy and mid- 60s. we'll look at two opportunities for rain in the forecast for a bit. over to you now. in a deadly shooting this week in san francisco's hate ashbury neighborhood has some people fearing for their safety
,since it happened in broad daylight. shaun chitniss is re-evaluating whether they can stay there. >> reporter: people walking along haite street friday were learning about a shooting that happened on this block the day before around 1:00 p.m. the memorial for the man who died on the scene throughout the day. >> it's a next step. anything violent is abnormal for me. it feels look overall, the city is trending in that direction. >> reporter: he doesn't look to far from thursday's shooting and lives even closer to the gunshots fired and another shooting in his neighborhood late last month. >> a bullet from the shooting entered my bedroom. fortunately stopped by the dresser. >> he went to bed that night not knowing about the stray bullet, giving him time to process what happened and how close he was to that shooting. >> we didn't find out we had the bullet until the day after. i did some investigating. >> other residents who lived in
the haite for almost 20 years said the recent shootings have changed their view where they live. afraid to share their identity when talking about the matter. >> it's the whole neighborhood. as far as walking down the street and people feeling safe, people don't feel safe. i don't feel safe neither does my wife. >> reporter: it's forcing neighbors new and old to question if this area can remain their home as long as they initially planned. >> the crime is really making it hard to live here. and want to be here and we have been he here and made a life for ourselves. we love it and it's hard to just process. now, crime stats show that the number of reported incidents are down compared to a year ago. arrests are up slightly. and school officials are warning parents of a new street drug circulating in a small high school near sacramento. in a letter to parents, they
were warned about students selling a new drug called paint. a pill with psychedelic effects and known to be highly addictive. it's said to be selling for $5 a pill and the school is urging parents to teach their kids about the dangers of street drugs. >> i feel that we don't have any control over our youth. y that out of control. >> those things can be really dangerous. you don't really know what is in them. >> it's said -- yet said it was a psychedelic. that it had psychedelic effects. and we looked it up online together yo and that is what school officials want parents to do. to talk to their kids about those new street drugs. opening states got underway in a closely watched trial for the thee men accused of killing arbery in georgia. the state argues gregory mcmichael and his son wrongly assumed a 25-year-old brack man was a burglar. they chased him with the pickup truck and shot him last
february. the lead prosecutor played cell phone video showing the deadly attack. >> those three defends committed four felonies against mr. arbery. >> he is not joggings. he is running away into the neighborhood possibly armed. travis mcmichael honestly and lawfully attempted to detain arberry, according to the law. and shot and killed him in self- defense. >> the three white defendantants are charged with murder and other felony counts. the jury is predominantly white with only one black juror. the city of san francisco is expected to the pay $2.5 million to settle a lawsuit over the killing of an unarmed black man by a rookie police officer. he was shot and killed in december ofent 17, when she jumped out of a stolen california state mini lottery van and the officer shot him.
it was the fourth day on the job. the officer was fired three months later and new faces a manslaughter charge. the board of supervisors is expected to formally approve the settlement on tuesday. coming up, we're taking inside a vaccination supersite for kids. how one county is going to vaccinate 1,000 five to 11-year- olds. and story telling is a powerful thing. we'll mode meet a jefferson award winner who is helping by teaching them how to tell their own stories.
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. many parents across the bay area are scram billing to secure appointments for their children to get vaccinated. andrea nakano reports from a vaccination site in marine county. they're expecting 1,000 kids is to show up. >> reporter: the gym at miller creek middle school transformed into a vaccination supercreate as workers prepare for a very busy day. >> you will notice that i am decorated myself as well as the room and we're doing a lot to make the space welcoming and softer and more fun and playful
for our pediatrics. >> reporter: with the emergency youth authorization of the vaccine, parents like wendy didn't think twice about getting her son vaccinated. >> he's been getting vaccinateddence is coming out of my womb. so, nothing now, you know. >> reporter: her 9 year old son is on the wait list for this weekend and was able to book an appointment through keiser for later in the month. some other parents, though, are willing to wait. >> i don't think i am in a rush to do it right away. >> reporter: marin county added two additional pop-up locations for kids with appointments available at the corner clinic and canal alliance. the high demand for the vaccine is not a surprise to a county which has seen more than 81% of its population get the shot. >> it's a community that trusts the science and vaccine. it's a highly, highly vaccinated population of adults themselves. that was andrea nakano
reporting. marine county officials say there is not a shortage of the vaccine and urge parents to check the health department's website for appointments and to consult with the pediatricians. for everything that you need to know about getting the child vaccinated and where to sign up, head to kpix.com and click at the banner at the top of the home page. there is big news on multiple fronts on the fight against covid-19. pfizer announced a new pill to treat covid. it could save thousands of lives. results from the new study shows the drug reduced serious illness by 89% and rehaven't people from dieing or getting sick enough to die in the hospital. another benefit, it can be used by people at home after potential exposuror if they have mold symptoms. president biden praised the drug and said that the u.s. has secured millions of doses of the pfizer pill. >> if authorized by the fda, we may son have pills and may treat the virus of those who become infected.
we have already secured millions of doses. the therapy would be another tool in our tool box to protect people from the one of the outcomes of covid. >> more good news this time from the uk. they approved another covid- fighting pill from merck. studies show the merck pell reduced hospitalization and deaths by half. amongst recently infected people, and the pill has been approved for people with one risk factor, including being over 60 years old, abuse or heart d.c. >> to have a drug like this and an antiveival potent and able to be -- antiviral that is potent marks a milestone. >> the merck pill is set for review in the u.s. later this month. the pfizer pill needs to be submitted for authorization. health officials warn that none of the treatments is a substitute forgetting the vaccine. the city of oville is drawing wide attention after not fighting orders issued by
the governor or president. the city counsel declared them a, quote, constitutional republic city. the move stems from the controversy over closing businesses during the pandemic with mask and vaccine mandates. does the city have the legal authority to ignore state and federal orders? >> ultima theally, this would be determined by a court. a strong presumption would be that the city of oroville didn't have the power to do this. i see this as primerly a gesture. >> we're not talking about one mandate pushed on us recently but a barrage of mandates. >> a lawsuit challenging the emergency powers has been filed by two republican lawmakers. >> and let's look at hi-def doppler this morning. there is light rain in the north bay. that is between now and 91. and in the north bay. sunday's the much nicer day this weekend. it will be blue sky and a much
prettier day to be outside. let's get into the forecast. i want to show you the best chance of rain coming our way. that is getting here monday not. take care of housekeeping first and track the light rain. showing you the showers off of the coast. the high resolution forecast model shows you what that will look like. that is 10:00ham. and that is 91 and that is the end. basically, between now and then, any rain would be light in the north pay. key weep the clouds around the rest of today and sunday, you get sunshine and no threat of even light rain on sunday. the day tom highs in the mid- to upper 60s. she you the system for monday. we'll look at the big picture here. you can see the energy developing in the pacific. the next storm out here positions itself off of the coast. roots come in for a closer look at that. we'll play that forward from monday afternoon. that is 1:45. and then as we get into the evening, that comes on shore. that is 10:00. we see the best at this point.
the timing is monday overnight and into tuesday morning. that is some of the better rain. deeper shades of green on early tuesday. we keep the rain going throughout tuesday. by late tuesday, we en rainfall totals could be good from this and that is the stuff from today. very little. if you look at monday night- tuesday night system, wore hocking at an inch and though/4 for the north bay. san francisco, 3/4 of an inch or rain and may be for san hoseas. it's early to pen down specific totals. there is more from time to time that it will probably be close to this. that the timing is starting to become more nailed down as well. there is our heads up on the next rainmaker. this will develop and deliver snow to the sierra. we get maybe anywhere from six to 10 inches of snow up at donor pass and less than that -- donner pass and echo summit. it's nice to see snow coming as well. if you put it in the seven-day
forecast, the clouds on today. there is your sunny sunday. monday it rains and not until the second half of the day. so, monday morning is fine. monday, early afternoon is probably fine as well. by monday, late afternoon, the rain arrives. we'll color yet out the second half of next week. the seven-day forecast for the microclimates tell us the same story. cloudy today and sunny tomorrow. and yab monday, overnight into tuesday and coloring things out from there into the second half of next week as well. devin, back to you. >> all right, thank you so much. i appreciate that. all right, she fell if love with story stilling and she's teaching her multimedia skills to empower people in underrepresented communities. sharon chip introduces us to this week's jefferson award winner. >> we'll do an eight-program. >> reporter: she gives free classes to folks like ethnic minority, former diverse and incarcerated people where they can it will their own story
juveniles it's difficult at times to get heard. i wanted to focus on underrepresentedroises and take the magic and power that is story telling and bring it to the people we serve. >> we sell and uplift -- . >> reporter: arabella founded we exsem in 2018 detective. they recruit professionals to teach story telling using media and technology. dozens of participants produced podo casts, video shorts, tv shows, animated films, moves and more on social justice topics. >> this is sophia. >> reporter: fourth grade girls in new york created their own short films through the after school program. >> everyone is creating and sharing. >> reporter: on this day, arabella invites a paid fellow to take part in scripting the show. >> i am a mental health educator and ambassador for mental health of america. >> reporter: as a past fellow, gabriella of oakland produced a youtube series on mental health as part of her public service
last year as miss wisconsin. >> mental health has been my biggest secret my entire life. it's something that my family struggles with. i never saw other people talk about it. >> good job. >> gabriella credits arabella with encouraging and teaching her to tell stories with empathy to reach others. >> she celebrated that in me and thatup stilled so much confidence in who i am as a story teller. so, new when i come to a story, i bring my full self. >> arabella's gift for helping people find and share their struggles inspires we excel video editor antonio garo. >> i can see the passion she has for the people. and like the stories that i have. >> it's all worth it after hearing the stories. judge they star saying oh, -- start saying oh, wow, someone does nod my story. someone can get inspired by it. >> reporter: for equipping
underrepresented people with the media and technology skills to tell their own stories, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to arabella diluco. if you know of community heros who are making a difference, nominate them for a bay area jefferson award. the online nomination form is at kpix.com/hero. welcome to this world. you have some big shoes to fill. lots of new introductions. ...4 ounces... so many new toys. it's not going to be easy. but, together, we got this. kaiser permanente. thrive.
. good news for dungeness crabinrm limited areas in sonoma and mendocino counties. it remains on hold out of concern that whales could get tangled in the traps. and in california, we have a problem with wayward bear and in south dakota, it's moss. look at the moose caught on the loose yesterday on video. he sprinted across the homefield of the south dakota state jack rabbits and almost scored a touchdown. the police and stadium staff later chased him out. we have been noticing something after our recent rains. the bay area hillsides that were once dry and brown are suddenly turning green again. we're asking you to share
found. police detained though pem for questioning. san francisco police sergeant was arrested on suspicion of robbing a right aid in san mateo and offduty when arrested and has been placed on unpaid leave, pepping an internal investigation. millcreek middle school in san rafael turned into a mass vaccination site and that comes as many parents rush to get the kids vaccinated. 1,000 kids are expected to get vaccinated today. >> a new pill developed to treat covid-19 reduced hospitalization and kindergartens by 89%. the pill, save thousands of lives and the federal government ordered millions of doses and. good news for dungeness crab fishing. recreational fishing opens today and the commercial crab season is on hold out of concern that whiles could get tangled in the traps. and showing us a few light
showers off of the coast halting together and move through the north bay through the late morning between now and 91. if you're going to see -- and none if you're going to see rain. you have to be north of the golden gate. it's not it-- by noon, it's ne ttteforecast for monday and tuesday. you will see that for san francisco, oakland and san jose. it's late monday through tuesday where we get the best of the rain out of that one and could get a half an inch of rain in the city. it will be a widespread rain maker. >> thank you, darren and thank you for watching kpix 5 news this morning. don't forget the news continues all day on cbsn bay area. we'll if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
i'm jeff glor in monew york. president biden about to deliver an infrastructure bill. the president's build back better act still on hold. listen in. >> -- 5. million jobs since we took office on january 20th. recent unemployment rate of 4.6%. two full years earlier than the vast majority economist projected that would happen, and we've, we're just getting started. we did something that's long overdue. that long has been talked about in washington. never actually has been done. house of representatives passed an infrastructure investment and jobs act. a fancy way of saying, a bipartisan infrastructure bill.
a once in a generation investment that's going to create millions of jobs, modernize the infrastructure, our roads, bridges, broadband and a whole range of things to turn the climate crisis into an opportunity. and puts us on a path to win the economic competition of the 21st century we faced with china and other large countries and the rest of the world. it's going to create more jobs, good-paying jobs, union jobs and can't be outsourced and they're going to transform our transportation system with the most significant investments in passenger rail, the most significant investment in 50 years, in roads and bridges. the most significant investment in 70 years, and more investment in public transit than we've ever, ever made. period. the going to modernize our ports and airports. i'm going to some of our ports next week, to freight rail. increasing that as -- look, we have bottlenecks across the country. we're doing so much with this