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dien or if you taking certain medicines, which may interact with cabenuva. serious side effects include allergic reactions post-injection reactions, liver problems, and depression. if you have a rash and other allergic reaction symptoms, stop cabenuva and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have liver problems or mental health concerns, and if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or considering pregnancy. some of the most common side effects include injection-site reactions, fever, and tiredness. if you switch to cabenuva, attend all treatment appointments. ready to treat your hiv in a different way? ask your doctor about every-other-month cabenuva. every other month, and i'm good to go. live from the cbs area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> right at the top at 3:00 new information about the shooting at an oakland school campus.
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you saw it here breaking on kpix 5. what police now revealed that the suspects who are still out there somewhere. all of this damage is from hurricane ian, i'm jason allen from ft. myers, florida. i'll show you what this historic hurricane left behind. as the white house zeros in on ways to fight hunger you will hear from a bakery food bank about the growing need here, and what's causing it at home. good afternoon, everybody, i'm reed cowan. let's start right off the top with that shooting involving six adults at an oakland school campus. kpix 5's anne makovec is following this story. >> more than 30 rounds were fired and what they are describing is a targeted shooting that ended up injuring more than six people. they are all still alive, that's the good news. three of them are still in the hospital, two in serious condition, and one described as stable. the other three have been released and are okay. the shootings happened over 24 hours ago on the king estate campus on fontaine road, in east oakland. police say there were at least
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two shooters and one accomplice. they are all still on the loose . as far as the people who were shot, two were students, one was a counselor, one was a security guard, and the other two were school staffers. police say the shooting was related to a gang conflict in this city, but that none of the victims was actually the intended target. two we know that the people are traumatized, and as the mayor says, this is a multigenerational problem that we are trying to interrupt. >> now they say the shooters went into the front in france entrance and started shooting when they walked through that door. the campus is going to remain closed for a while as they prepare some of that damage to repair. we heard in a news conference previously there were incidents before at this very same campus. it was being done that way? >> good question. there was a stabbing that involved a firearm, and police
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did arrest one person at that point. so the question is, has anything been done to prevent things like this? the oakland school district says they cannot discuss details right now as they are reviewing what security measures are in place before sharing that information publicly. will be following up. >> yes we will. we know the people in that neighborhood especially want answers. anne makovec, thank you for that story. hurricane ian has once again gained hurricane strength. neighborhoods are in ruins, boats tossed around. and in half hour past, there is local help going there. governor gavin newsom is sending emergency operations staff to help in the relief and recovery efforts that are going to go for months. cbs reporter jason allen is in ft. myers for us with a closer look at the damage that our own first responders will now be heading into. >> reed, there is widespread damage here on the florida
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coast. both have been tossed and up out of the water. there are homes and businesses that are destroyed, and there are still people having to use boats and small craft to get into some communities that are still flooded tonight. sanibel island streets looked like rivers the day after the southwestern florida community took a direct hit from hurricane ian. the storm caused powerful flooding and fires, and destroyed a chunk of the causeway cutting off access to the barry island. >> it got hit with biblical storm surge. >> nearby ft. myers also suffered widespread damage. storm surge flooded the entire first floor at the cbs affiliate in ft. myers, knocking the station off the air. >> this is a community on saint carlos island. the boats in this yard were tossed everywhere, and some people who live in these homes, they have lost everything. >> let the crews get in there and do what they need to do.
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they are coming in full force. we've got a lot of people coming in there, we need you out of our way so we can get our job done. >> while longer hurricane, in saint augustine, this beach community was pummeled. in kissimmee, crews brought a trapped family to safety. >> somebody was standing on top of the dining room holding a baby. the water was at least halfway up the house. stomach residence along george's coast are now getting ready for ian. >> the last few days, we are putting that in now. >> george's governor says while the state will be affected the damages not expected to be as bad as the florida destruction. we know it was quiet in those neighborhoods today, you couldn't hear much more than the sounds of cleanup. [ inaudible ] >> important to note when you see a structured like this, there are family stories, real people stories on all of it.
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it's take you slowly through another view of ft. myers. this is the marina where families use to go to make memories. the storm surge lifted boats up and threw them onto the shore. cars also seen in that area submerged in water. and south of charleston and south carolina, the winds and waves are getting stronger, so you are seeing people get ready there up and down the coastline. many people are running, evacuating before it's to late to get out. our first alert chief meteorologist, paul heggen, tracking that right now. this storm is cruel. that's right, it has re- strengthened to hurricane status. it weakened to a tropical storm and made it way over the florida peninsula. now it's back over the open, warm waters of the atlantic, with the gulf stream running along the southeastern coast, so that provides favorable environment for this storm to regain some of its strength. it will not regain the category four strength gained in florida, but it will hold on to hurricane strength over the next 24-36 hours or so. likely 24 hours before it makes
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landfall, early afternoon to the north of charleston. the strongest impacts will be on the right side of the track where we are pushing that water on shore. that's where the strongest winds are generally located. it will still be a hefty rainmaker for parts of south carolina and north galena. in terms of the storm surge impact, it's likely to fall into the 5-8 foot range, but there purplearea di thpotential r eirge levels that makes its sh we will be forecast in just a few minutes. let's come home, to the fema task force, now on standby, in case they are needed to help hurricane victims. this is their equipment ready to go. the team's urban search and rescue agreement is at 30. president biden visited fema headquarters and personally thanked the workers there today after he got a briefing on the storm. the president has already approved federal disaster funds
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for at lease nine florida counties and more areas could be added. you want to let you know we are all in this together. cbs news is partnering with the red cross on hurricane relief efforts in florida. if you want to help out, you see that qr code right there? you can use that or go to president biden also has his eyes on the issue of hunger, and he really wants to know how to put an end to it or it for more than 13 million american households. ming foanskewed by 2030. >> in america, no child, no child should go hungry. >> well the president also wants congress to expand last year's child tax credit permanently and expand access to free meals in schools, supply doing something about it . and we have a lot of heroes in the bay area during the same, and they've been doing it
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for your. joining the live, somebody on the front lines, leslie, ceo of second harvest in silicon valley. it's good to see you again. we are glad to share your voice with our viewers. we were in a very big meeting here at kpix 5 about how we can help. so let's ask this question from covid to inflation, everything between , how are you seeing the needs shift, elevate, and change, in our community? >> unfortunately this feels like a more challenging time than the pandemic, where, you know, it was really heartbreaking to see so many people out of work and suddenly in need of help here it but it felt somewhat temporary. now what we are seeing is the impact of the inflation crisis and how that's affecting so many in low-income households. 93% of people said they were having to purchase less food due to high cost. 72% of people said they were worried about paying their next month's rent or mortgage.
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and that was up 25% from a year ago. and 50% of people said they have less than $250 in savings. you are seeing this combination of people, who wiped out their savings during the pandemic who are still struggling to get on solid ground, and now they are facing increased fuel and fuel prices, which are making it really hard for folks to have money left over to afford vertical basic necessities like food. >> and, leslie, it is so instructive to our viewers to stop for a moment and put ourselves in a position of what would be like to be on a thursday night them open the cupboards, no we have run out of food, to know what it's like to not be able to feed your children, and that impact on you mentally, and emotionally, and the impact you see on your children. we know those effects of hunger add up in the mind and heart. so many people in our day area communities step forward, what changes do you see? >> absolutely, food is foundational to everything. for families, of course it's just heartbreaking to think
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about not being able to put food on the table, and people are having to constantly make comp rising choices about the only thing we can afford in our budget, fast food, and that has really long-term terrible health impacts for families. we are also seeing people make choices between can i pay my rent? leah ford the medicine i need? will i be able to still put food on the table? that is why food is often the first to go when you have to meet other basic needs, like rent, and your utility bill. >> on television i will do what i didn't realize when he met earlier this month. the virtual handshake. we are with you in this mission, my friend. that's right, turn 21 leslie bacho . we will make sure this problem gets fixed in our community. i guess much. staying safe. emergency officials want you to know before you head out for
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the show. plus as we mark hispanic heritage month we will take an impact at
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san francisco, getting ready for fleet week. what is that? you know what it is. when million visitors come to our city to celebrate. public safety officials say you
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can increase security along the waterfront, you can expect that. >> we have people eating and enjoying all the festivities and events, we want to make sure everybody maintains an eye out for each other in keeping each other safe. >> officials are encouraging all of us to use the alert sf emergency text system to stay informed. all right. so as we celebrate hispanic heritage month, we will look at how sports anbendkpix s ra donc >> the ri ir ll! ur >> to be surrounded by so many dominicans and puerto ricans, it is a mixed clubhouse. >> bay area sports are much like the bay area as well, full of diversity and culture.
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in latino athletes are a big part of that. giants infielder david grew up in south florida. his family came from cuba. and coach nick ortiz is from puerto rico. >> for us it is latin heritage month every month. we feel very proud. we where our countries on our sleeve. >> more than 30% of major- league baseball talent is made up of latinos. according to the major-league baseball players association, the san francisco giants clubs house like that. >> tagged, by estrada. >> johnson. >> estrada is deeply proud of his roots. to be venezuelan is an honor for me and my family, to play everyday. and it's not just baseball. former champion played in the mexican league before his time in the nba. >> mexicans are in football, so
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it means a lot for us. >> gutierrez was born and raised in mexico and wears the flag on the back of his helmet. >> it's been a dream come true to be able to represent my country. when i get outside the tunnel, people start yelling my name, and i am like where they are, where they from? some of them are from!. gutierrez is especially looking forward to returning to mexico to face off with the cardinals at mexico city. >> when i walk outside the tunnel, man. >> sara donchey, kpix 5. right now the 49ers are busy preparing for monday night's game against the rams, but they are helping a great community cause. we were at levi stadium for a very special event. watch. >> this is a pulse wagon red and gold reports. >> i've covered some events in
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my career, but i have never covered a fashion show at a football stadium. in this one was special. it is the force crucial catch fashion show to intercept cancer. 23 cancer survivors, 23 49ers that will be escorting the survivors down the runway. >> what came out of you, beverly? >> he said it's your time to shine. >> it was amazing to see her go down the runway and do exactly what we knew she was going to do, see the show. so. wonderful. it was a great time. >> with the right angled report, i'm vern glenn. >> vern, thanks. time for our forecast with
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chief meteorologist paul heggen. >> things are looking good as we finish off the month of september. that flew by, but appropriately. we started off with a record shattering heat wave. high pressure building in the upper levels of the atmosphere, and as this gets closer we will see weak offshore winds developed tomorrow. not strong enough to significantly elevate the fire threat, but that area of high pressure means temperatures will be running above average, and there is going to be some ground-level pollution trapped in place. the air quality isn't going to be worse than the moderate category for the central, east bay, and santa clara valley. take a look outside, things are looking good from the salesforce tower. 77 in oakland, 80s further inland. low to mid 80s across the board, which is slightly above, but pretty close to average for the second to last day of the month. temperatures are going to be warmer for everybody by the time
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here on friday afternoon. if you're headed to the giants game as they finish their series against the rockies, first pitch is 6:45. it should be clear and breezy, temperatures down from the 70s, but still upper 60s. not bad at all. we will see some fog trying to develop and spread inside the bay as we head towards early tomorrow morning. best chance of seeing that will be along the coast, and fog should dissipate. it will be long gone later. mid to upper 50s to around 60s tonight, those will be the warm spots on the map at high temperatures tomorrow are going to be above normal, mid-70s in san francisco. upper 70s for oakland. mostly 80s further inland, except inland and the east bay. he will be the hotspots, temperatures at or above 90 degrees. this is the warmest date we will expense for the next several days. temperatures will return closer to average levels. around the bay, right around 80 degrees in san jose before temperatures warm up especially inland by the latter half of next week. there will be more 90s by the
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time we hit late kevin: i've fought wildfires for twenty years. here's the reality we face every day. this is a crisis. we need more firefighters, more equipment, better forest managemente tk and we need to reduce the tailpipe emissions that are driving changes to our climate. that's why cal fire firefighters,
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the american lung association, and the california democratic party support prop 30. prevent fires. cut emissions. and cleaner air. yes on 30.
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welcome back. it's a big night of premieres here on cbs including the brand- new comedy to make you laugh called so help me todd. get it? margaret and her son todd, from a private detective, who is
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living out of her garage. the two have work together when 's husband suddenly goes missing. is tonight's lineup starting at 8:00 it is the season premiere of young sheldon, and also ghost. so help me todd is 9:00, then csi: vegas. then kpix 5 news is 11:00. coming up, an east bay math teacher is getting love from the entertainment industry. [ music ] what celebrity is giving a local bay area teacher that teaches math throug
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welcome back. an antioch math teacher got some national attention for his unique methods in the classroom. [ music ] >> that is jordan, teacher at dear valley high school. he uses rap to help students member math formula. and drew barrymore and rapper phat joe are giving him props. >> it is easier for them to remember concepts that used to to trip them up. joe, thoughts? >> i love that guy, man, and he understands his students. and he's getting to them and showing them math in a fun and cool way. so salute to the teacher. >> mr. roscoe is a graduate at dear valley high school at kpix
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5 is proud to partner with drew barrymore to celebrate drew's news. abe will be on next. >> kevin: i've fought wildfires for twenty years. here's the reality we face every day. this is a crisis. we need more firefighters, more equipment, better forest management to prevent wildfires and reduce toxic smoke. and we need to reduce the tailpipe emissions that are driving changes to our climate. that's why cal fire firefighters,
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the american lung association, and the california democratic party support prop 30. prevent fires. cut emissions. and cleaner air. yes on 30.
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tonight we made our way here to fort myers, a city that took the brunt of hurricane ian. and what the president says could be the deadliest hurricane in florida's history. and tonight the storm is threatening millions more. the giant swath of destruction. neighborhoods decimated. bridges washed away. and boats tossed like toys. tonight the rescue effort still under way. >> the orange county sheriff's office. you need to be evacuated. step out at your front door. >> o'donnell: we visit homes nearly swallowed by the flood waters and meet families who thought they would never see each other again. >> i don't know if we will make it through this. >> o'donnell: still a life
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