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test now at 11:00 businesses struggling after covid. >> it affects everything down here, whether it be bars, restaurants, event spaces. nobody feels safe coming to oakland. and monkeypox continues to climb. plus the music, the food, the road closures. outside lands back in san francisco. but we begin with more violence in oakland, where police are looking for suspects after two separate shootings last night. the first near 14th and webster, the second near 17th and broadway. four people in all were shot. one of them died.
the shootings happened near clubs and restaurants in the area tell da lin that the violence is killing business. >> reporter: the remaining bars, restaurants and clubs say they barely survived the pandemic. now they're dealing with a bigger business killer, cgun violence. >> giv >> i've seen a major drop. >> reporter: his business has take and dive compared to a few years ago. >> it's a 2400 square foot building. >> reporter: oscar edwards owns the club which has a restaurant on the second floor. they were hit hard bit pandemic. >> you add violence on top of that, mathat makes everybody really not want to go out. we're going to see a decrease in business for weeks to come. nobody wants to lose their life while they're are trying to have
a good night out. >> reporter: witnesses say a car break-in led to an exchange of gunfire. even though they're a few blocks apart, the ctwo shooting rs aret connected. >> reporter: this club has seen a 75% drop in business. he owns three clubs in uhdownto oakland. >> you have people who are scared to come out, scared to come to the venue. >> reporter: their livelihood depends on people feeling safe to come spend money here. they try to do everything to keep people safe by using metal detectors and checking people for weapons before entering. >> the biggest difference is having illegal guns on the streets. i think if we can figure out a
way to get rid of all these illegal guns, i mean, everybody has a gun now. >> reporter: aside from getting rid of the illegal guns, they want nighttime police foot patrols. >> it affects every business down here, restaurants, bars, event spaces, nobody feels safe coming to oakland. >> reporter: the police department tells me they're down 73 cops, they have a huge staffing issue. they can't do pro active policing without more police. in downtown oak rland, da lin. a clerk at this liquor store is in the hospital after police say he fought off a would-be robber. an armed man walked into the store about 4:30, tried to rob the place. the clerk fought back, was shot san in the hospital with serious injuries. the suspect got away. and in san francisco, police got into a shootout with a man in the mission district.
sfpd says that they tried to arrest a man but he ran offer before they could. during the chase he started shooting at the officers pursuing him. the officers then fired back. nobody was injured, and they did finally manage to arrest the man. monkeypox infections continue to climb tonight, so does demand for the vaccine. max darrow reports on what the government is doing about it. >> reporter: monkeypox cases are on the rise in california and across the country. nationwide, more than 7,000 confirmed cases and rising. >> we're prepared to take our response to the next level in addressing this virus, and we urge every american to take monkeypox seriously and to take responsibility to help us tack this will virus. >> reporter: the federal government declared monkeypox a public health emergency late last week. >> this declaration will be helpful in opening up resources but also allowing for faster approval of medication as well
as new, better kinds of testing. so this will definitely be a good step in fighting this outbreak. >> while i think it may be a little late, but better late than never, and i think it will have a significant impact. >> reporter: dr. peter chin hong is an infectious disease expert with ucsf and is advisory committee. >> saying it's a public health emergency makes everyone american realize that he or she is potentially impacted by what's hap pulation. eporter: the m men. but anyone can become infected by monkeypox. it can happen with skin-to-skin contact and exposure to contaminated bedding or clothing. there is still a shortage of
availab available doses. >> reporter: on friday evening, the san francisco department of public health announced it will receive more than 10,000 doses of the vaccine available for distribution starting tuesday. max dario, kpix 5. and the vaccine shipment couldn't happen at a better time. some are crossing the canadian border to get the shot. walk-ins will be accommodated at general hospital next tuesday through friday from 8:00 until noon and next saturday from 8:00 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon. we've got a monkeypox section on our website, kpix.com where you will find doctor interviews and the latest on how many vaccines are coming to the bay area.
in san francisco, hundreds of of thousands were at golden gate park for day two of outer lands. for others, road closures have become a challenge, in addition to the fact that the great highway is perpetually closed on the weekends, but fans did what they could. >> i rode my bike. the this is only a mile for me. >> it was crazy. we took a bus. >> it was packed. we took a bus. >> drivers might avoid the area all weekend because of the traffic. but at the same time, the traffic is sure bringing back a lot of people. >> we're definitely seeing it much more alive again this year. >> i'm happy to see everybody come out and finally feel comfortable to be around, you know, amongst each other. >> one of the other big draws to
the festival is the food. that's why betty yu showed up. >> reporter: among the more than 100 restaurants here at outside lands one reason to try is for eateries that don't have a brick and mortar restaurant. that's exactly what we did. it's a giant sandwich shaped like aburg and burger and cut l pizza called a muff let at that. >> my partner and i both lost our jobs during the pandemic. we like to work hard. >> reporter: the owner started selling muff law at thats out of his house. and it was a smashing success. he eventually moved into a temporary space. >> selling a sandwich out of a window and being at outside
lands is unbelievable. >> reporter: they've already sold 1,000 muff law at thats this weekend. compare that to a busy day in the city where he would normally sell 90 sandwiches. sandy's also offer a vegetarian version and speciality cookies. >> i got out of the kitchen before the pandemic started. and i think for me to come back to making sandwiches from new orleans is something i nev envision bu c you. i'm so happy doing it. >> reporter: most of sandy's customers at outside lands are first timers. what does it taste like? >> pretty good. >> outside lands is all about trying new things. as can you tell, i actually hated it. >> reporter: you scarfed that down. >> never in my life have i tried this before, but i'm definitely coming back for seconds. amazing. >> reporter: betty yu, kpix 5. >> i wonder what betty had.
as students get ready to go back to school, are there enough teachers to greet them? and the mckinney fire is still blazing. and we can still see the lights from outside lands. the lights are on. whether the neighbors are sleeping or not is mother question. we're going to forecast tomorrow if you're going to that. we're going to start the day gray. i'll show you how that's even possible considering how clear it is now. for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness.
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man: mom, really? welcome back. today marks ten years since an explosion tore through the chevron refinery in richmond, and the fire that resulted from the explosion pushed black smoke through the city, sending thousands of residents to local hospitals. so hundreds of people gathered in richmond today to remember the day. they're protesting the use of fossil fuels and the very existence of the long-time refinery, which was built by john rockefeller's standard oil more than a century ago. >> this relationship with the fossil fuel industry has been going on for 120 years, and in between, you know, all this time, there have been so many accidents. we're saying at this point that we've had enough of waiting for
the fossil fuel industry to correct itself. because it's not going to. go cause of the explosion was corrosion in a pipe. and investigators say chevron ignored the warning signs. now to the fire watch, there are evacuations in place in humboldt county. latest numbers put it at 470 acres burned and zero percent contained. and we're learning about more damage from the mckinney fire burning near the oregon border the fire has destroyed at least 87 homes and 45 buildings, it has killed four people since it broke out in klamath national forest. the fire is 40% contained. volunteers are staffing lookout posts in marin county for possible fires. michael fisher spends his day
atop mt. burnaby. >> if i spotted it, three acres instead of a third of an acre, there was wind from the east that day, and it would have gone just over the ridge and down into woodacre, and from woodacre, who knows. it's right next to the watershed. >> fisher uses this device to plot the location of fires. and that allows him to connect request other lookout spots on mt. tam and zero in on the exact location. seems like an archaic method, but you know what? it works. >> better even than that network of cameras. they say if you can have a human sitting up there like that. >> nothing like the human touch. >> back here at home it's perfectly clear right now. not a cloud overhead. i'm going to show ah wiryou a w
tool. if we look at it just sensing the infrafred and look at the temperatures at the clouds. all of a sudden you see a wall of gray. it looks white on the imagery. that's the marine layer slowly creeping our way. i apologize if it's not totally clear, but you can see what's coming our way. if we look at it on the more traditional future cast. i'll take it, play it forward to tomorrow morning. it pretty much blankets the entire bay area. not going to be an issue with fog with this. it's pretty high. but it's going to get pulled back off the coast tomorrow. even though that looks like a very gray day, it's going to be a hot like today. i'll show you how that happens especially if you're thinking about going to outside lands. it's been fantastic weather, it likely will be again tomorrow. mid-60s out there now.
those temperatures won't change a whole lot in the city. i'll show you the daytime highs if a moment. if you watch the future cast, watch out here in the mix of clouds. i'm going to play this forward, and can you see there's a little spin out there, counter clockwise spin. that's what's building the marine layer. an area of low pressure will really beef up the machrine lay. it doesn't matter how impressively it builds it f. if it takes it out to sea we get sunshine. we're also getting some help from a larger area of low pressure. you see the counter clockwise spin. it's shielding us. but that low is going to drift to the north by the middle part of the week.
as a result, you're going to see the temperatures go up a bit by the time we get to thursday. morning lows tomorrow are down into the low 60s. daytime highs in the mid-80s. we're still wonderfully cool. those are ten degrees below average in a lot of those locations. and by wednesday and thursday you'll see the change. san jose not a big deal, you're going into the low 80s. but our microclimates will show it a little more. low 90s for daytime highs by the time we get to thursday, friday. oakland unified has a tough job ahead of it after a year of rumored budget cuts. one school is making it. after spending more than a decade working here on campus, nedya is committed to fremont
high's success. >> so just making sure that i'm refreshing my tab, to use a tech analogy. anything i can do to support people to feel ready for day one. we are examples of that, right, of wanting to come back to oakland and give back. >> are you ready to go monday? >> i'm ready to go. we're going to have fun. and sports is ready to go. semi-final action from san jose. who's going to may for the championship in the silicon valley classic? plus, the bay bridge series in oakland tonight. crucial pieces to the giants have returned to the 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.
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oakland coliseum started tonight. giants have been sinking. the a's meanwhile have been playing solid ball, 9 and 5 over the last few weeks. seconding in, look who's back for san francisco. joc pederson. and he immediately makes his presence felt. giants up 2-0. the a's had their work cut out for them with carlos rodon on the mound. sean murphy plugs one into center field, a base hit. that was the only run rodon gave up over five and a third. here's where the game changed. sixth inning, good-bye. deep into right field, it will find the seats. this fourth of the year puts the giants up 4-1. so the a's go with a pitching change. snead, first toss.
da davis sends it over the wall. giants win 7-3. a's look to get their revenge tomorrow afternoon. soccer, crazy crowd in austin for the quakes. 44th minute. game tied at two. quakes would get out of the half, but i'll tell you what, those fans in austin, they like to party. 88th minute, how about an equalizer? ebobisse ties it up at quake al dallas next saturday. the american shelby rogers against the russian. here's how it ended, shelby rogers fired up. she wins in straight sets. as for who she will play tomorrow. the other semi-final, the
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another 49er is in the hall of fame. bryant joins a select few who only played in the bay area. with his family in attendance, including his wife and kids, here's young revealing his hall of fame bust for the first time. he played the entirety of his 14-year career in the area. what a career he had. 93 tackles.
current 49ers coach kyle shanahan was not there. he was directing training camp. but here in the bay, he reflected back to when he met young when he was just a ball boy. >> i loved by. b.y. you talk about a rookie who comes in and doesn't act like a rookie. for me to know that as a 7th grader shows how unusual it was. i think that was our super bowl year. and i got to see him in atlanta. he was tight with q. he was a guy i tried to bring here a few years ago. the situation want right at the time. but b.y. is so deserving as a player and one of the most impressive people, too. golf, third round of the pga championship in greensboro. weather delay, but the kids still had fun. brandon wu had fun. wet conditions. watch this ball meander its way.
is it going into his home? it is. drops in for eagle. moved him to 12 under for the tournament, tied for the lead before they had to stop play due to lightning in the area. play resumed early this morning. you can now you can save big on supersonic wifi from xfinity. can it handle all of my devices? oh, all that. and it comes with a 2-year rate guarantee. what?! ok! no annual contract. no equipment fees. oh, and a free streaming box.
well, on a nice saturday, take a little stroll with the family. in this case, a family of coyotes spotted on the presidio. we often see them in the city, they're becoming more and more common, but all of them together is a little rarer, during broad daylight, not something you see every day. this was posted on the san francisco reddit page by any topic any question. a sea otter will represent the monterey bay as a collection
of stamps celebrating the national marine sanctuary system's anniversary. images include a breechg breaching humpback whale. and finally tonight, mm-hm, penguin chicks waddling along. the chicks joining the rest of the penguins on penguin isle. and they took their first swim. the penguins did. not those people with water up to their knees. charlie walter? >> good to see you. >> good to see you, too. >> good to see you as well. see him tomorrow morning. thanks for watching. next local newscast tomorrow from 6:00 to 7:00, and we'll
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