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burning rubber sent up a cloud of smoke that made it hard to breathe. he lives in the apartments above the delhi people are frightened. you know, i mean, people shaken up. you know, they're saying oh, when the best neighborhoods but nobody is doing anything about it. not even our mayor. not even our district attorney, not even our police. we don't know what to do. i reached out to the san francisco police department. they said they responded to the area around 12:41 a.m. for a report of stunt driving cellphone video on social media shows. police drive up with lights and sirens. q. police then responded to another sideshow about 30 minutes later in the balboa park neighborhood, then a third at 13th and south venice around two a.m. there were no arrests in an email, police wrote. in each incident, the sfpd stunt driving response unit arrived on scene and is conducting investigations for each location. police are still
investigating and say they will work to make arrests and seized vehicles of those involved. reporting live in the newsroom. i'm elissa harrington ktvu fox two news. thank you. well, this is not just a problem. in san francisco. several bay area cities are seeing more and more of this illegal activity. and the pittsburgh city council is expected tomorrow to discuss the possibility of creating an ordinance that would make being a spectator at a sideshow on private property against the law. the proposed ordinance would also provide notice about what activities are lawful and unlawful and identify penalties for violations. current california law prohibits side shows and racing on public streets, but doesn't cover enforcement on private property where many of these events take place? the united nations and the international committee of the red cross say work will continue tomorrow to evacuate civilians from ukraine city of mariupol. russian forces have been pounding that ports city for about two months. the bombardment has turned mary, you pull into a wasteland, with
thousands of people trying to survive without water, sanitation or food. house speaker nancy pelosi has led a congressional delegation to ukraine today and pledged support from the united states to the ukrainian people. we are here to say to you that we are with you, despite is over. thank you for your leadership. i think you have to know that we will win and we'll win together. ukraine's president, vladimir zelensky presented pelosi with an award thanking her for her contribution to strengthening ukrainian and american ties. a congresswoman barbara lee, is also on this trip, and she tweeted that america stands firmly with ukraine. she also expressed her gratitude to be in poland now for another important meeting, congresswoman lee and other members of the delegation will talk with that country's president, as well as other senior officials in poland. boxing is trying to test the latest now from kiev. a group of
civilians safely evacuated sunday from a steelworks in mario po. some had been hiding out there for the last two months. as the southern ports city endured a near constant siege from russian forces. i can't believe two months of darkness, the u. n and the red cross helping to coordinate the long awaited rescue operation. ukraine says previous evacuation attempts were derailed by russian shelling around 100,000 people remain in the city where russia has declared victory. the steelworks is the last remaining holdout for ukrainian forces, the only area not occupied by the russians amid the fighting that surprise visitors sunday in the capital, house speaker nancy pelosi traveling to kiev to meet with ukraine's president. while pledging the u. s is continued support in the form of funding heavy weapons and economic sanctions on moscow. now this shows that the united states today is a leader in strong support for ukraine during the war against the aggression of
the russian federation, and i want to thank you for that for supporting ukraine to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity. you're on a frontier of freedom. and then your site visit point for everyone and so commitment is to be there for you until the fight is it down, is the highest ranking u. s official to visit ukraine since the start of the war, the secretary of defense and secretary of state were here last week in kiev trade angst, fox news. and new tonight. the gilroy garlic festival is reportedly on again after being counseled. last week, the ceo of the san joaquin asparagus festival says they will host the garlic festival this year. tony marchetti group posted a message on social media, saying, we heard the extremely sad news that the gilroy garlic festival will not be holding their annual big garlic festival, and we just couldn't let that happen. no other details have been released, but the group said it would announce more information soon. a shooting at a mississippi festival last night
left one person dead and five others injured. it happened during a crawfish music festival in jackson. police say they believe the incident involved multiple shooters. deputies responded and opened fire, killing one of the suspected gunman. two teenagers were then taken into custody. the mississippi bureau of investigation has been called in to help with the investigation. well hundreds of young people cycled through the streets of san francisco today, in part to help raise awareness for an important nonprofit in that community, ktvu axa's has more now on the mission behind today's event. general we're going at him home, hundreds of young people taking to the streets of san francisco. it was amazing to go and take all these young people. 1300 plus to go all the way to the city and just lay on the grass for a minute and get some sunshine were just amazing rides like these part of what makes roberto hernandez is pandemic born nonprofit, so special families who live in overcrowded housing were feeling
anxiety. and so parents said, roberto, can you do some of these kids? and so now? mission food hub not only operates as a neighborhood food pantry, and also helps to get kids out of the house and active, working with other community groups like north cal pedal gang by the kids bikes and get them writer trying to get the kids out having a good time not stuck on their phones, not on social media. reality having fun out here with smiles and everything. so far, it seems to be working stuff off my head. most of the time. it doesn't matter where we go. it's just really fun. sunday's ride kicking off in the mission also helping to raise money for the more than 9000 families who mission food hub says it delivers groceries to every week. everybody's going through something. and so here. we don't ask questions. make sure everybody eats we even better make sure they take a bag of food home and with spiking gas prices inflated food prices, fernandez says the role his organization plays in the
mission is as important as ever. people think that the pandemics over but it's not a lot of people are still unemployed. got no cash, and so we're still feeding our community and this is one of several events emission food hub will be holding this month on thursday, will be holding a fundraiser and art show here in the mission in san francisco's axa's ktvu, fox two news. well today marks the start of asian american and pacific islander heritage month that time to honor the many contributions of the aapi community in the us and in san francisco. one man in particular , is being celebrated for his impact on society. there's a new exhibit called we are bruce lee at the chinese historical society of american museum promises to give visitors a rich understanding of the chinese american icon and his influence. earlier today. on mornings on two we talked about the exhibit with justin hoover, the museum's executive director. lee was born in san francisco, the chinese hospital in 1940. he moved back
to hong kong. you know, shortly after, but as a young man came back to san francisco and really shook things up in the kung fu world and yeah, eventually ended up opening a studio in oakland and had a very large presence here in the bay area. we are. bruce lee is expected to run for three years. the exhibit features artifacts from lee's careers in film, television, martial arts and riding. well there was talk of suspending the state's gas tax a bit sky high prices at the pump, but it looks like well, it was just talk. other tricks in life time. also ahead, see how people around the bay area marked may day and the changes they are pushing forward to help the local workforce. it's going to be breezy and windy along the coast tomorrow, gale warning will go into effect tonight. winds pick up especially at extension, an ocean beach. we'll talk about that and then look at the five
day forecast after the break. and see how the world of country music honors the life of naomi judd the day after her death. if you're a small business, there are lots of choices when it comes to your internet and technology needs. but when you choose comcast business internet, you choose the largest, fastest reliable network. you choose advanced security. and you choose fiber solutions with speeds up to 10 gigs available to more small businesses than any other provider. the choice is clear: get unbeatable business solutions from the most innovative company. get a great deal on this limited time price with internet and voice for just $49.99 a month for 24 months with a 2-year price guarantee. call today. under district attorney gascón, i prosecuted car break-ins. all repeat offenders, often in organized crime rings. but when chesa boudin took office, he dissolved the unit and stopped me from collaborating with the police on my cases. now home and car break-ins are on the rise because repeat offenders know they can get away with it. chesa boudin is failing to do his job.
guess prices have become the norm. so much so that drivers like ivan are used to paying more at the pump is what it is. i think two people complain about this. it is what it is. you still got to go to work. you still got to go do your thing. but not every driver feels that way. it's just stupid. it doesn't make any sense to be hardcore jordan's why are we paying $6 a gallon for what? when it when it's $4 and every other part of the country now on top of the high gas prices and annual summer gas tax increase will likely hit california, which means even higher prices are ridiculous. really sick of them? california already has the nation's highest gas tax at 51 cents per gallon, but in july it will rise to 53.6. cents unless lawmakers halt the increase by sunday, which is unlikely because they haven't even introduced a bill on the matter . so this is a serious situation for the poor and middle class. and it's going to make it worse
when you start raising taxes, uh , if it's avoidable business network contributor phil flynn says the price of gasoline and diesel will keep rising due to the russian ukrainian war, among other factors, and with the california gas tax. the question you also have to ask is how effective was suspending of the previous taxes. he is, you know, and i always question that governor newsom's office has floated the possibility of a rebate to go towards residents with cars registered in california. but until that happens, the high gas prices will continue to impact. so cal families people are going to feel the pain this year and more than they have in a long time. and that was meghan henny reporting, according to triple a , the average price of a gallon of gas here in california right now is $5.73. that is up a penny from just yesterday and up a nickel from a week ago. to bully, analysts say fluctuating oil prices and a tight gasoline supply are pushing prices higher
, even though demand for gas was down last week. new tonight the city of santa clara has avoided a strike with its operations and maintenance workers who were ready to walk off the job tomorrow. the two sides reached a tentative agreement, which includes a one time payment. of $5000, followed by a 5% wage increase in the second year and a 4% increase in the third. the contract covers about 125 employees. the city council is expected to approve the deal later this month. well, people all around the world gathered in their communities today, hoping to send a message to employers about workers' rights. ktvu is greg liggins tells us the changes that people in the bay area pushed for, as they marked may day, also known as international worker's day. a coalition of groups representing unions and workers marched down san jose east santa clara street, calling upon people to continue the fight for expanded workers' rights that there is a living wage. that immigrants rights that people are not
taking advantage of anywhere that we stopped wage theft. that's the majority of what this is about. suzanne remy in went from a non union private sector job to a unionized public sector position 15 years ago. what i find with unions is a very fair , you get an increased based on the economy. um you have medical support. um i just feel so much more taken care of recently successful efforts by small groups of workers to unionize at starbucks and amazon give the appearance of a potential resurgence of unionization as observed by a public sector union rep on outside i see i see growth. when we see someone like amazon looking to unionize starbucks, those are those are new opportunities and huge growth when they get moving, but that potential growth isn't reflected in union membership, at least not yet, according to the bureau of labor statistics, us. union membership actually declined in 2021 to 10.3. down
from 10.8% in 2020 well down from about 20% in the early eighties. we will not stay quiet . at roosevelt park workers called for better wages, working conditions and unionization in the fast food industry and event organizer said more union jobs are needed to protect workers, especially immigrants. who often work in fast food, but when you have a union that's backing you, you have a union that is enforcing the laws, ensuring that you are paid what you're worth, ensuring that you are paid for all the time that you are that you work. and ensuring that you know your rights. the national labor relations board reports that in the first half of the 2022 fiscal year petitioned to begin the process of starting a union are up 75. compared to last year. greg liggins ktvu fox two news some may day rallies in france turned violent demonstrators in paris smashed windows at banks and fast food restaurants, ripped up street signs and burn barricades
in the streets. riot police fired rounds of tear gas to try to break up the crowds. many of the protesters centered around recently reelected president emmanuel macron. organizers say they want mr macron to come up with policies that put people first and are condemning his plan to raise france's retirement age from 62 to 65. new at 11 tonight. the country music hall of fame honor the judds tonight, one day after the death of naomi judd. her family requested that the induction ceremony go on as planned to help friends and fans grieve. the red carpet portion of the event, however, was canceled. winona judd appeared with her sister ashley, and told the crowd tonight that although their heart is broken, that she will continue to sing. naomi judd was 76 years old. well today, president biden called former vice president walter mondale, one of the great giants in american history. the president spoke at mandela's
memorial service in minneapolis , which was delayed by a year due to the pandemic. mandil served as president jimmy carter's vice president, from 1977 to 1981. he was then the democratic presidential nominee in 1984. he was the first vice president. to have an office in the west wing. just a few steps away from the oval office. that never happened before. over the executive office building. across the street. that was the true strength of the vice presidency said mr mandel died in april of 2021. he was 93 years old. alright we got some wind coming up. we've seen a little bit when a bit of when the last couple of weeks we're going to see more tomorrow late tonight. early tomorrow we're going to see a gale warning along the coast and gus along the coastal beaches and around the bay up to 25 35 miles an hour, so you re pretty windy sfo get up there. ocean beach. all
those areas you would suspect temperatures are cool. these were the hives from today warmed a little today. temperatures are cool little bit tomorrow because of that big flush of onshore wind, and we've got mostly seventies to talk about tomorrow instead of upper seventies. i think the upper sixties and low seventies mid seventies bay bridge getting ready for the monday morning commute. the winds right now are pretty calm , really considering ultimately got some wind. we got some wind up in the delta, which you would expect, but not howling. well, sfo's gusting to 25. but tomorrow night when we show you these numbers or tomorrow afternoon or even in the morning, when steve's here you're going to find some significant numbers, so this is i just kind of went through 24 are the day tomorrow and all you want to look at on. this is the contours. the numbers are close. but it's the contours. the this deep blue and purple. that's your gale warning right along the coast and you notice inland, which is different than when we have our offshore high fire. danger wind events inland. usually when we see the contours of dark colors wind coming this way, this is an onshore flow. pretty aggressive one at that.
gusting to 37 to 40 miles an hour at ocean beach as we head into tomorrow afternoon evening, so that's blowing sand. for sure , the forecast overnight lows will be kind of mild to cool and that's because there's wind when there's wind. it doesn't get quite as cold. this is the mechanism for the win this weather system this week weather system goes through messes up the pressure gradient. the high jumps in tries to equal out the low and you just get the win not coming offshore but going straight on shore or north, north, west or northwest. there's a clouds moving. it's just going to happen while we sleep. that's why when we wake up tomorrow morning, it will be windy now again, are you going to really notice? is that in walnut creek and yell notice it, but you know what, you're going to notice it. it's out at along the great highway, the outer richmond district, outer sunset district. uh sausalito, you'll notice it areas right along the coast at berkeley, oakland, san francisco away from that, though in the inland valleys i don't think you're noticed that you'll notice breezy, kind of like what we had today. these are the forecast highs from rather than
yellows or seventies greens or sixties. that's where we live tomorrow and then the winds switch and we go the other way. the winds start to come off shore on tuesday and wednesday and thursday and that warms us up big fast warm up back into the eighties, maybe even a couple of low nineties so these are the forecast highs tomorrow cooler. and then here is the one day of cool and then temperatures start to work their way up on tuesday, wednesday and thursday. um and just a nice week ahead again, windy along the coast. great highway is going to be a little bit sketchy, with the sand blowing out there and obviously, the baby or the golden gate bridge will be a little bit breezy in the morning hours. all right, bill. thank you. well we have an update now on a developing situation in san jose. these are some of the first images were getting from the scene of a fatal crash. investigators say the crash involved a vehicle and a bicyclist. it happened just after nine o'clock tonight. intersection of capitol expressway, mclaughlin avenue. police say the bicyclist died at the scene. the driver is
cooperating with the investigation. at least 30 deadly crashes have happened in san jose this year. well high winds are posing a big challenge for crews battling a fire in northern new mexico. it's called the calf fire and grew significantly over the weekend. it is now charged more than 104,000 acres since it broke out back on april 6th. the fire is located in an area about 30 miles east of santa fe. more than 300 properties have been destroyed in flames, supports the evacuation of dozens of villages and settlements in the mountain region. fire is about 30% contained in the cause is under investigation. sports wrap is coming up at 11 30. here's a look now what joe and jason are working on. the warriors snatch home court advantage from the grizzlies with the gut check win in game one. we're here with the players are saying about draymond green's controversial ejection giants ace 49ers draft all part of the show, plus what hall of famers barry bonds, jerry rice and ronnie lott.
we're doing together this past week. it's a full half hour coming up at 11 30 on sports wrap. but first after the break, find out what some scientists are worried about why they're worried about the future of the reptile population. if you're a small business, there are lots of choices when it comes to your internet and technology needs. but when you choose comcast business internet, you choose the largest, fastest reliable network. you choose advanced security. and you choose fiber solutions with speeds up to 10 gigs available to more small businesses than any other provider. the choice is clear: get unbeatable business solutions from the most innovative company. get a great deal on this limited time price with internet and voice for just $49.99 a month for 24 months with a 2-year price guarantee. call today.
of the company's fire prevention efforts, the company says bearing the lines will help prevent wildfires caused by pg and e equipment and reduce public safety outages. pg and his goal is to bury 10,000 miles of power lines. people who hike in the lime ridge area can expect closures along the aloni trail. the pera is a trail and the timber leaf trail. those closures are expected to last for about two months. global study paints a gloomy picture and future for the world's population of reptiles. kevin corke has a looking at what's driving more than 1800 different species to the brink of extinction. roughly 1/5 of the world's reptile species are now at risk of going extinct. that's according to a new study from the international union for conservation of nature. the research published wednesday in the journal nature, is being called the first ever global reptile evaluation scientists
inspected more than 10,000 species of reptiles ranging from crocodiles, lizards, turtles, snakes ande. and the results were shocking with roughly 20% of species now categorized as either critically endangered, endangered or vulnerable to extinction. besides habitat destruction. the study also lists hunting, invasive species and climate change as key contributors to reptilian demise . environmentalists found reptiles living in forests. faced greater threats than species inhabiting desert, adding that many species of turtle and crocodile are the most at risk. all of those, uh 20% of reptiles that are threatened today go extinct, we will lose. accumulation of 15 billion years of evolution. that's that's led to these fascinating creatures that we see around us. today reptiles play a critical role in
maintaining ecosystems from controlling population of insects and fish to helping to spread seeds and more. the study found that some of the most well known creatures at risk include the komodo dragon, king cobra and leatherback sea turtle. i'm kevin corke fox news. and that'll do it for us tonight. thanks so much for joining us. that's right. sports wrap with joe and jason is coming up next . have yourself a great night and we'll see you back here tomorrow. good night, everybody.
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