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sports director mark ibanez. first day without him, so in honor of mark i have i have one is tied and i have another one at us. just scoring. thank you. mark leaves. he leaves behind a lot here. yeah. alright, jason. thank you so much. appreciate it. next at 11. bringing people back out again into the city. and you know, not only does it help all the different restaurants in the area like ourselves included, but you know they guests get to go out and enjoy themselves for the first time in a long time, san francisco's vibrant food scene is getting a boost. tonight the city's restaurant week kicks off his food trucks return to fort mason off the grid for the first time since the pandemic. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox news starts now a revival for san francisco restaurants and food trucks. hello again. i'm christina radom. andre senior san francisco's economy, benefiting from two events making a comeback. ktvu jana katsuyama takes a look at diners comfort levels as a pandemic slows down. off the
grid was back on the map friday . foodies flock to the popular food truck event at fort mason, returning after two years of the pandemic shutdowns chicken bun bao with some pickled carrots. the long lines were back to s people waited to try familiar favorites and some new food. most of them are returning, and then we have a handful of really exciting new ones that cropped up during the pandemic. the owner of the euro stop returned from sacramento. it was harsh, basically are all big jobs like this. if one were no longer probably about 50% of my business. new to the scene was doriano gordon's vegan mob, which opened in 2019 just before the pandemic, the first night of the shutdown. i saw the worst numbers that i've ever saw the next day. things will. things started to get better, and now they've joined off the grid. it's beautiful. it's like my dream happening. signs reminded people that the pandemic is not over with mention of covid
vaccinations and masks. eating out at this time of transition as people decide what feels comfortable and safe. it's going to refreshing. i'm surprised that, you know, i guess i was expecting to see a little more people wearing masks prefix specials for san francisco restaurant week course tasting menu for $65 still taking pandemic precaution. of course, you know the mask mandates have been have been lifted so we don't require anyone mask, but our staff still wears masks when they're serving people. their guests glad to be dining out again, too. we're both fully vaccinated and boosted. so we definitely feel a lot safer being out and about now amazing how many staff members that have lost their jobs and now they can start to get them back. you know, i hear somebody pouring water over there, you know, and it's like, yeah, he's working. san francisco restaurant week runs through april 10th. and at off the grid. they're going to be rotating the food trucks 25 at a time different each week so that you can get a wide variety reporting from san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu, fox two news. a north bay elementary
school is bringing back its mask mandate after an increase in coronavirus cases on campus in a letter to parents, the principle of coleman elementary school in san rafael wrote masks will once again be required indoor starting this week, lasting until april. 15th the school also distributed rapid at home test for each student and staff member ahead of spring break, which is next week. and you would 11, facebook's parent company, meta is changing its vaccination requirements for employees. the company says employees no longer need covid booster shots to return to offices in the united states and canada. employees began returning to in person work this week, however, workers must still be fully vaccinated and a booster is strongly recommended. well as of today, you no longer need covid vaccine or proof of negative test to attend large concerts or sporting events. california is dropping that requirement for indoor vit since february, the mega event restriction applied to even larger than one or events rather
larger than 1000 people indoors. but now because of declining cases. the state has changed that to a quote, strong recommendation. large outdoor events bigger than 10,000. people also have a recommendation but no vaccine requirement. local venues and counties can institute their own requirement, but so far most have been going along with the state guidelines, a judges ruled california's corporate diversity law unconstitutional. a judge in los angeles ruled today that the state's law mandating that corporations have at least one person from underrepresented communities violates the constitution. the ruling comes after a conservative legal groups sought an injunction against the measure. it did not go into the judge's reasoning. the law was signed into law last year and the required publicly traded corporate boards to have a member of either the lgbtq black, latino, asian native american or pacific islander communities on the board. well dozens of people rallied in san jose today in support of k on
green. now police shot and wounded green over the weekend after fight inside of a town korea, green was holding a gun after disarming someone who had a gun during a fight. as ktvu zambelli tells us demonstrators are demanding justice for green and his family. for her, okay. community members held a rally in front of san jose city hall to support key in green. the man shot and injured by police. they say surveillance video shows the 20 year old helping to deescalate a fight that broke out inside la victoria to korea by taking a gun away from someone else. green is seen backing out through the front door. then cellphone video outside shows him being shot four times by an officer. we're here to show that we are angry, and we are not going to stand for this, and i just want to be clear that we will keep coming out here until the family gets justice. green's attorney tells me he's recovering from his injuries and has been moved to a rehabilitation facility. and that green and his family may
speak about what happened next week came ready to shoot right away. always are so suspicious that everybody's out to her fan supporter, laurie valdez tells me, she empathizes with green. her husband, antonio lopez, was shot and killed by san jose state campus police seven years ago. she says law enforcement needs to use time and space when responding to calls in order to prevent police shootings. look at the time given space. don't get so close up, you know, like, don't get so up front right there. give it time. evaluate the situation. i'm just go out. he survived, but nobody should ever have to go through that supporters want the name of the officer who shot green released and reparations for green and his family. organizers say events such as this one are important in the push for change . we see progress. it takes time . um it doesn't always look linear, but i hope and optimism.
the people out here, give me hope and optimism. police did say they plan to release the officer's name and body camera video at a later date. department spokesman declined to comment. on the rally in san jose amberleigh ktvu fox two news, a man accused of killing two people in hollister has been arrested in the south bank. police say they found alfredo's and data set her home in san jose. did they ask, is accused of shooting and killing two men in hollister last month, detectives say when they searched his home, they found guns and the vehicle allegedly used in the shooting. the motive for the killings is still under investigation. loved ones of the missing girl gathered in san francisco today. rihanna fix has been missing since february of 2016. she was just two years old when she was last seen in oakland. her mother, nicole went missing a few months after and was last seen april 1st of 2016 . her remains were found a week later, mclaren park or family gathered late this afternoon.
makes me sick because i can't see her smile anymore. and it makes me angry because that was stolen. the biggest thing. thate done for nikki is to bring her daughter home. investigators believe the disappearance and homicide are connected, but no arrests have been made. the reward in the case has now been increased to $250,000. will smith has resigned from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences after slapping chris rockets sunday's academy awards show. in a statement today, smith said he will accept any and all consequences for the incident. and set. his actions were shocking, painful and inexcusable. the film academy president accepted his resignation and said the board will continue to move forward with its disciplinary proceedings against smith. the board is expected to have a
decision on april 18th. smith loses academy voting privileges with his resignation coming up a father's tribute to his son killed during the pandemic. how he hopes a missing festival will bring healing to the community. and the coin shortage has returned how retailers are care coalition, where are we on alaska airlines?
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by a group of pork workers, truckers and cargo operators. they're concerned about the environmental review and impacts of development could have on port operations. the a's and the city of oakland have said ballpark and support their can coexist. a unique music festival comes to the fox theater in redwood city this weekend. as ktvu said, ruben shows us the so called zach fest is the product of a father's love for his son. two boys, they grow up fast. just one breaking childhood best . this was how garrick davis and his son, zach, communicated best through music. so when it came time to pay tribute to zack's memory concert only seemed fitting. i couldn't do it in a room. i had to do it in a theater. this is the perfect place. so he booked the fox theater in redwood city, then started arranging the band's suddenly zach fest was born. what can i do? but, um really
create something that's as big as my love for my son has been. zak passed away in december of 2020 after a struggle with opioid addiction. he had been in recovery and thriving in nursing school when the pandemic hit. his father thinks the isolation of covid took its toll. and he thinks it's important to talk about it. it's like i'm acting like i'm ashamed of him. what i'm proud of is the fight that he put on. one of the things i hope to do is help to bring that disease into the light. and so zack fast will include members of the recovery community. it will also raise money for a new foundation called zach scares, garrett hopes it will focus on music and wellness. he says planning. this has brought a lot of emotions to the forefront. what makes me miss him more? but i'm actually so happy that people are going to be able to see the things that they see and what they'll see and here, he says. it's a lot of great music
. he's living. you know, he's he's his spirit is here with us all night long. it's going to be so that's that's what i'm excited about. the first annual zach fest gets underway at seven p.m. on saturday. april 2nd tickets are $25 apiece and there are plenty still available. at the fox theater in redwood city , and ruben ktvu fox. two news us house committee wants to know more about how amazon treats its workers at launch an inquiry today following the deaths of six employees who were killed. when a tornado hit the illinois amazon warehouse where they were working. last year. there were allegations that supervisors at that facility threatened to fire employees and contractors. if they left work during the severe weather that spawned the tornado . amazon has until april 14th to submit the documents and communications related to the incident and workplace policies. amazon warehouse workers in new york are now the first in the
retail giant's history to unionize. the workers voted today in favor of forming the amazon labor union or a l u it was organized by a group made up of former and current workers. the boat affects workers only at amazon staten island facility. the alieu says the workers are seeking longer breaks. paid time off for injured employees and an hourly wage of $30 up from just over $18 per hour offered by the company. amazon is not yet commented on the vote to unionize. coins are in short supply once again, and a retail group is asking the u. s treasury for help in getting more coins into circulation. the pandemic made many transactions . electronic which means coins don't change hands is often the coin supply briefly improved last year, but retailers and banks say coins are now being rationed. once again, they say the coin shortage falls hardest on those consumers who don't have the ability to pay electronically. parts of making it easier to fill up your gas tank and record high prices. who doesn't want that? well how
credit card companies are planning a change? had a barrier weather looks like our warming trend will continue as we head into the weekend but into next week, even some warmer temperatures that are outlook. we'll have more on your forecast coming up. up first progress after the cal door fire the reopening today, nearly nine months after that wildfire starte when it comes to cybersecurity, the biggest threats don't always strike the biggest targets. so help safeguard your small business with comcast business securityedge™. it's advanced security that continuously scans for threats and helps protect every connected device. on the largest, fastest, reliable network with speeds up to 10 gigs to the most small businesses. so you can be ready for what's next. get started with internet and voice for $64.99 a month. and ask how to add securityedge™. or, ask how to get up to an $800 prepaid card.
forestry. today months after the cal door fire tore through it. the park has been close since august when that massive fire hit the area last year. still, federal forced officials are warning visitors to be cautious. they see the burn scar areas can still be dangerous with damaged trees or landslides. the counter fire burned more than 200,000 acres and actively burned for
more than two months. so april already off to warm start, many people were out enjoying the sunshine earlier today is temperatures. heat up, while so does the risk of wildfires ktvu elissa harrington tells us firefighters do expect another early and active fire season. hikers along the aloni trail at the line bridge open space in concord enjoyed the sunny friday afternoon. everything is still pretty green, so it's still nice , but it's noticeable that it's starting to get dry. the hillsides still green after last weekend's rain, but moving forward, it is expected to get much warmer and much drier. it's getting really hot lately, especially for like, early spring. by the middle of next week. the forecast has the concord area reaching the high eighties for resident yadira garcia. the threat of wildfire is always in the back of her mind. it's always a concern. especially like how it's been getting so bad every year. and then this year, it's even drier
than the previous years, steve hill with the contra costa county fire protection district , said they do expect another early and dangerous fire season . there's an awful lot of dry vegetation out there. we've had enough moisture this winter to cause it to grow pretty significantly. and we haven't had enough and many, many, many weeks to keep it from drying out very early, hill said. as we enter the spring and summer months, it's a good idea to prepare homes and businesses now for the risk of a wind driven wildfire. make sure there's defensible space, creating that space around structures that gives us time to save them in a well person and make sure your family has an evacuation plan. my family has set up like an emergency plan, or like where to me. in case we're not home together or like something goes on who to call and who to contact. there's really no area of the county. that is. free from danger. the dangers of wildfire in concord. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox two
news. today was the last snow survey of this year's rainy season. the manual reading near echo summit showed the snowpack at just 4% of normal statewide. the snowpack is at 38% of average, and as the rainy season comes to an end. california water officials say the existing snowpack is not enough to overcome our water shortage. we are calling on all californians to use water wisely to conserve as much as you can. currently the state's biggest reservoirs hold only 40% of their capacity . on this day, they've historically averaged 55% not the way we wanted to end winter mark. no not at all. cristina rendon. will be dry. in fact, it's going to start off warm. patchy morning fog for your saturday if you high clouds will drift into the area, warm spots could be close to 80
degrees, and then on sunday will bring in some more fog. sun cloud mix and definitely, temperatures are cool enough for the second half of the weekend. here's the satellite. you can see. some cloud cover up far north, and some of those high clouds will be painless. a visit for tomorrow for your saturday outside right now, though, we still have clear to partly cloudy skies and current numbers have cooled off into the upper forties for santa rosa 49. san francisco 51. in fact, lots of fifties for conquered san carlos and in san jose overnight tomorrow morning, we'll start off the weekend morning here. temperatures in the forties across most neighborhoods, partly cloudy skies, maybe some patchy fog. out toward the coast and some of the inland valleys, especially up in the north bay. but after that, it's not a cold start. but some of the kulish start temperatures do what recovered nicely into the afternoon hours sixties to the seventies and the warm spots. there's that orange contour link in the eighties, and the warm spots could be close. to 80 degrees by about three or four o'clock tomorrow afternoon. this area of high pressure is
sticking around for one more day. that'll keep us warm as we start off your weekend and then into sunday and monday, this system wants to move in. maybe some rainfall by monday up to our north right around eureka. maybe even uk a. but there's a slight chance of a sprinkle for or maybe the sonoma county. that would be first thing monday morning. once that system moves on out, temperatures will warm up quite a bit. so here's kind of a quick general outline of the temperature trend for next week and it's warming up big time into wednesday, thursday and friday thursday, the warm spots could be close to 90 degrees. and possibly some records. here we go tomorrow partly cloudy skies into your sunday sun cloud mix. and then this is monday morning, maybe some showers to the north of the bay area. highest forward. tomorrow will be in the sixties coast side lots of seventies around the bay and england in the upper seventies. close to 80 degrees. look ahead your five day to borrow the warmest day of the weekend. we cool things off on a sunday and into monday, in fact, looks like a few extra
clouds. by monday morning. those clouds will clear out eventually, in fact, temperatures will respond by warming up big time, especially for wednesday and thursday. so the heat really building in next week. all right, mark. thank you. okay 11 2. major credit card companies are working to make it easier to fill up your tank. if you drive a truck or suv now, bloomberg reports, visa and mastercard are planning a series of changes to retailer fees. now many gas stations have a $100 125 dollars limit for credit card transactions. to avoid higher fees for certain cards. well that's forced some drivers to pay using two transactions in order to fill up their tank. mastercard and visa says the move should mean gas stations can raise limits now. starting today, riders can take counts, writing for half the price. all fares are 50% off for the month of april, and the discount is to welcome writers back to the system as more people returned to work. it's also a thank you to them for dealing with the electrification work that's been affecting
service over the last month. full 104 train daily services set to resume monday, though countering says it will have to reduce service again later this year in may for more electrification work. up next in sports. stanford trying to defend their national title, jason appelbaum will have the final four highlights next when it comes to cybersecurity, the biggest threats don't always
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the everybody. it was a great run for the stanford women's basketball team, but they will not be repeating as national champions tara vanderveer. she is the winningest coach in women's college basketball taking on the second when it is coach that's geno auriemma and the uconn huskies in the final four in minneapolis, fourth to work inside for the little floater, she had 20 points. 11 rebounds to keep the cardinal
close. but a few minutes later, it's page backers for uconn, the steal the layup backers had 14 uconn's up by eight key sequence here. this is the ballgame minute to go. lacey hall pulls the cardinal within three, but stanford's going to pressure the ball, keep everybody up, and that leaves them vulnerable as uconn breaks the press. and look at aaliyah edwards wide open for the lay up. uconn goes back up by five with just 49 seconds to go. the huskies win at 63 to 58 to earn 1/12 trip. to the title game. they won their previous 11. they're going to face south carolina and for stanford. their win streak ends at 24. and their season is over. people are ready. they're prepared and just sometimes you know things don't go the way you want them to or think they can. it's disappointing, but again, like connecticut was in this position last year. you know, i think their players probably learned from it, and now they're they've managed up up. good news. bad
news. i would say mainly good news on the stephan curry injury front. now first, the bad news. he's going to miss the rest of the regular season with that left foot spray. now the good news is he's out of the boot, and there's just five games left in the regular season, so he is expected back for the playoffs, which begins in about two weeks , according if everything goes according to plan. he will begin on court activities next week and then be reevaluate reevaluated. april 11th meantime , the warriors without them, they've lost seven of eight and they're battling for third place in the western conference. here's coach kirk well, we've kind of known that that was going to be the case. we were hoping, you know, maybe he could play one game. two games at the end of the regular season. um but that was kind of a long shot . steph has been injured many times, either before during the playoffs in the past, and he's always returned really, really well. all right, the giant
today's open a week from today, the regular season and cactus league play the a's won the giants tied and back out to the cactus league for this little gem, elias diaz crushes the deep shot to center by looking at the center billy hambleton just climb the wall scaled the wall like spiderman to rob diaz of a home early that it's impressive , credible. that's great. yeah, he's six ft. tall i'm saying he gets 13 14 ft in the air right there to rob. of the home run. check this out. timberwolves versus the nuggets. montagne morris lobbing it up to eric gordon. spectacular reverse slam gordon out of archbishop median san jose going way up to get it and throw down the reverse. he had 24 t wolves won the game and check this out. this is this is young caleb from north carolina . he likes to bench press ice, and we had a discussion about the weight of versus water earlier. you know, i just like that. he's he's resourceful,
right. he's making use of what's available to work out. that's exactly right. and the question quick. ice or water? what weighs more waterways? more okay, denser. we had to check on that . it really botherequals...someg times the square root of... something... [ sighs ] i give up. aw, so close. shut up. hey, don't worry. you'll get it. you know, a lot of famous scientists are women. they're fat, though, right? claire: come on, alex. it's time for your cello lesson. how's the tutoring going? are you familiar with the term "throwing good money after bad"? are you familiar with the term "dunphy, party of one"? because you will be. girls. haley's coming along really well, mrs. dunphy. good. good. well, the key is to take a lot of little breaks so you don't get frustrated and want to quit. got it. i was talking to david. come on, sweetie. i'm just saying -- she's never gonna get a job, and how do we know the right middle-eastern businessman wouldn't treat her great? i left my shopping list inside. for the record, we thought she could live with you.