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i'm calling for a recess. >> chaos erupts at a san francisco school board meeting over one member's comments about black and brown students. what ann shew agreed to tonight and what she didn't. >> bay area police join the public for national night out. and at this oakland restaurant, crime has hit especially close to home 6789. >> he thousands more monkeypox vaccines are on their way to san francisco, but there's a big question about them tonight.
and later, he was the voice of dodger baseball for decades but also called one of the greatest plays in bay area sports. tonight the sports world is pausing to remember vin scully. good evening. i'm ryan yamamoto. >> i'm elizabeth cook. today ann shoe has apologized but rejected the naacp's call for her resignation for saying quote, lack of family support is a key challenge in educating black and brown students. as sara donchey reports, shoe's supporters argued she shouldn't have to. >> reporter: this meeting got incredibly emotional and heated from groups on both sides of the issue and nearly ended in chaos and shouting. >> the board is considering a stern, firm warning to commissioner shoe, that she must not repeat these statements again. >> reporter: in a crowded meeting, people who called for
shoe's admonishment and her supporters were each given time to make public comment. many called on her to step down, saying her comments hurts families of color. >> shame on you! you should be embarrassed. get off of that seat! >> reporter: but hsu's supporters insisted she had apologized and should be allowed to learn her lesson. >> the majority of san francisco supports you, ann. we see the hypocrisy. we see the hypocrisy! of the people in the news. >> reporter: that's when the meeting devolved into chaos, with supporters and critics shouting over each other. >> i'm going to -- we're, i'm calling for a recess.
>> we listened respectfully. >> reporter: things got so loud the board president called on the room to be cleared and people to leave the building. the vote to admonish hsu included hsu herself. so far the mayor has not asked her to step down. i'm sara donchey, kpix 5. from berkeley to the south bay. bay area police came together with the public to bridges and trust during national night out. >> one block party was at the lucky three seven restaurant. >> reporter: mark was june's cousin and business partner at lucky 37 restaurant on fruitvale in oakland. he was shot and killed on the sidewalk of the family restaurant on may 18 in front of his 11-year-old son. >> he was a leader, the pillar of the community. a legend.
>> reporter: now a mural looks down on the restaurant and the block party for national night out, an event he and his cousin planned every year since 2013. >> i want to keep going. spread the love, get the community out here. >> reporter: the council member who represents the district says the restaurant has been a community gathering place for years and the issues with crime starts with neighbors meeting neighbors. >> the violence, shootings, certainly, this brings out a community to get a chance to meet each other and hopefully together unified. >> we're all going to step up to make oakland a safer city. >> reporter: laron armstrong echoed the message. >> i've emphasized over and over how important it is that we work together, that we work in partnership. >> reporter: people who live nearby say this was a chance not only to remember june but to support the neighborhood. >> show our support, grab some
food, have fun. >> seeing the community together is most important. >> reporter: in oakland, katie nielsen, kpix 5. >> and so far, oakland police have not made any arrest in june's murder. a bizarre twist helped investigators crack a 30-year-old cold case. squu juliette rivera went missing and was later found dead in san mateo county. gregory rivera was identified as a suspect but he skipped town. 30 years later, fingerprints showed a transient traced back to jean-paul. jean-paul is his brother's name and the two had swapped identities for years to evade law enforcement. we are learning the two suspects in the baby branding
case will not go on trial. they are accused of snatching him in april. he was missing for 24 hours. ramirez wanted to raise the child as her own. and portillo was in love with her. the pair tried to kidnap the baby four times before. tomorrow, police in richmond are expected to release surveillance and body cam video of an alleged beating by one of their own. he's accused of beating a suspect with a stun gun about 35 times following a brief chase and scuffle in april. the district attorney's office is considering charges. vo voters in five key states are casting their ballots.
republicans are picking on a senate candidate to take on mark kelly. tonight, kansas was the first state to vote on abortion rights. since the supreme court overturned roe versus wade. voters rejected a constitutional amendment to remove abortion rights protections. it would have opened the door to a total abortion ban. >> the voters of kansas have spoken loud and clear. we will not tolerate extreme bans on abortion in our state. >> meanwhile, pregnant women in georgia can now list their fetus as a dependent on their tax returns starting next year. mother whose are at least six weeks pregnant can claim a
exempting. a bill for health care benefits for veterans is headed from the capitol to the president's desk. >> they've worked so hard for this so many years and they felt hike like it all slipped away from them. they felt like this was their last stand. they were going to stay there until it was happening. >> comedian jon stewart had blasted republicans for block the act and asking for amendments that would have cost controls. final vote, 86- 11. fresh doses of monkeypox vaccine are on the way. san francisco says it needs at least 70,000 doses to get ahead of the outbreak. its walk-in clinic at san
francisco general reopeneds tomorrow at 8:00. the waits are long. >> for me personally, it took two weeks for me to get my test results. that was something very, very frustrating. >> the order is now allowing more people that administer the vaccines more vaccines to start with. >> we are tracking shipments, and we have testing information on our website, kpix.com. still ahead tonight. he called the greatest play in 49ers history. montana, looking, looking. throwing in the end zone. >> but he will forever be known as the voice of dodger baseball. giants fans are join being the rest of the sports world to remember vin scully. >> i got respect for vin scully. he called it like it was. he was the best. what nancy pelosi's
controversial trip means to the taiwanese bay area community, the concerns about how china could act. and the extreme conditions feeding a deadly northern california large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us.
taiwanese americans worried here in the bay area. >> today the world faces a choice between democracy and autocracy. america's america's determination remains ironclad. >> she represents the american people. so her visit to taiwan is highly symbolic. >> for many taiwanese americans in the bay area, house speaker pelosi's visit is a tightrope. >> i think her coming in, in spite of the military threat, is, gives people confidence. >> in an op ed, pelosi said she made the trip because we cannot stand by as china proceeds to threaten taiwan. her late-night touchdown earned
pelosi rare praise from republicans back home. >> i believe she has every right to go. >> you do not want the chinese party dictating to senior american leaders where they can and cannot travel. >> pelosi is the first in 25 years to visit and has been a thorn in china's side since 1991 when she unfurled a pro-democracy banner. steven was born in taiwan and gr immigrated to the u.s. he worries about the response from a prickly chinese government that may be searching for any provocation. >> will it be another ukraine? will u.s. land more support militarily? or just standing by? >> across the narrow taiwan
strait, china responded by announcing new military drills and warning that the u.s. would quote, pay the price, for undermining china's interests. and china may already be retaliating against taiwan. it abruptly ended shipments from 100 taiwanese food exporters, and taiwan's presidential office reported that its website was hit by a cyber attack. kpix 5. now to the fire watch. the next two hours could be critical for crews battling the explosive mckinney fire in siskiyou county. crews are up against lightning and winds up to 50 miles per hour. victims were found in separate homes near the klamath river. the flames have burned more than 900 buildings across 90 square miles. and yosemite's mayor riposa gros
set to open tomorrow. fire crews used sprinkler systems to shield the trees. check this out. our salesforce tower camera captured another gorgeous orange sunset over the bay, as that fog was rolling in. beautiful there. and 500 million light-years away, this is a little further out, we're getting a first look at a type of galaxy the james webb captured. a cartwheel galaxy. it formed when two galaxies collide. i don't know why i'm telling you this. you need to tell us exactly what those are. >> those look like jellyfish. >> yeah. it's a ring galaxy. you get the center ring and the outer ring, which are new stars forming. two galaxies colliding. our galaxy will collide with
andromeda in about a billion years. >> that's nice, a happy thought. >> i'm not going to be around. >> that's before the sun's supposed to engulf us. >> that's supposed to happen as well. in a thousand million years. it's going to be a while. let's take a look at the clouds. no big change to the overall weather pattern. the monsoonal moisture will still be flowing across california. temperatures will be within about five degrees of what's average this time of year. it will feel somewhat muggy, at least from time to time, and there's still the possibility of a pop-up shower as long as the moisture is in maplace. it's less than a 10% chance. but we managed to cash in on that 10% today. i don't think it had be for tomorrow. watch what happens closer to the weekend.
the bright colors fade off. we will see moisture dissipating, which means it won't feel as muggy and the threat of pop-up showers and thunderstorms will go away. tomorrow afternoon a similar pattern. on friday we're not seeing as much lightning on the simulation. we don't want any more cloud-to-ground lightning strikes, especially in the advice vicinity of the mckinney fire. still holding onto 71 in concord. temperatures tonight dropping down to a mix of 50s and 60s. that humid air mass doesn't cool down as efficiently. temperatures within five degrees of average but maybe slightly above average. mostly 80s in the santa clara
valley. mix of 80s and 90s inland in the least bay. it had feel slightly hotter than that with the mugginess. low to mid-70s for oakland and the east bay and mostly 80s for the north bay until you go farther and farther north where temperatures will get hotter and hotter as you get away from the marine influence. a minor warmup from wednesday to thursday. then back to near normal temperatures friday, saturday and sunday, and a little less cloud cover as we head to the weekend as the monsoonal moisture leave, not only will it feel better, but temperatures will continue near normal through early next week e >week. the dodgers have serious competition in the
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vin scully died at age 94. now to time stamp this, scully started as the dodgers announcer in 1950 when the team played in brookland. he remained the voice for the next 67 years. basellatch by dwight clark that since the 49ers to their first super bowl. that ended up being his last football game. >> montana, looking, looking, throwing in the end zone! dwight clark! >> yeah, it was a great moment. wonderful moment for me. and on that game, it was so good feeling to me that when i got in the airplane, i said, you know, i quit. i quit football. and i made up my mind that was such a good game to walk away on. i didn't want to do another game, so i didn't.
>> scully was remembered at tonight's giants-dodgers game at oracle park. bottom four, joey bart with a runner on. admire that shot, joey. into the giants' bull pen to cap off a five-run inning, eighth inning we go. dodgers open the floodgates. mo mo mookie betts down the line. the dodgers win their sixth straight over the giants,-5 winners. darrin ruf waved good-bye. they received j.d. davis and were given try minor leaguers in the trade. other moves, matthew boyd traded to the mariners. two weeks after signing trevor rosenthal, they sent him to the brewers, boyd and rosenthal
never pitched for the giants because of injuries. the padres sure aren't stingy anymore. how about the blockbuster trade san diego pulled off today. the once mizer-minded franchise landed juan soto and get former all-star josh bell from the nationals. in return, washington received six players. oakland was in anaheim tonight. cole irvin hiked it for the team's ace. stephen piscotty charging in the glove and out of the glove. the run comes min to score. angels win it. oakland has lost three straight. star-studded night in san jose. naomi osaka in her first event since the french open in may. she advanced with a first round three-set wind. 18-year-old coco gauff cruising in her match, 6-1, 6-0.
they will now face each other in the second round. and when it comes to vin scully, one of the most impressive things. i called double-a baseball back in the day. and after 150 games, whatever it is, you get really sick of the support. the guy did it for 67 years. that is love for the game. a true ambassador for baseball. >> it was an honor to be able to listen to him for as long as we did. he had an iconic voice, too. so calming, so soothing. and he told how it is, as we talked to a couple people who were remembering him tonight saying he was so authentic, and he really was great for the sport. >> a legend and a g.o.a.t.
>> golden gate cookie factory has been in business for 60 years. pretty incredible. we got a special tour which cranks out 365 days a year. >> we watched a cookie matriarch, nancy chen, work her magic, while other cookie makers moved out of town and into big factories. the owner decided to keep the family business local. >> why did you keep it here in the street? >> i wanted people to come to san francisco and taste a san francisco invention, american products. >> could you have been way richer. >> i could have done that, but my point is the community, the people. >> community. >> yeah, community. >> a treasure. >> he brought back a few cookies. how many did you eat? >> i won't talk about
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