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got a call about a shooting at the school here at madison park. academy the school was put on lockdown and everybody was put into their classroom. we talked to students who are actually texting their parents, giving them word telling them what happened. and that prompted all of these parents to come down to the school to find word about their child. make sure they were safe. we talked to many of them dozens of them who were distraught, particularly with all these school shootings, like the shooting at you validity. here's one mom that we talked to who is coming to pick up her two kids. scary it was very scary knowing that tragedy struck a school again and it's children involved. it was very scary. it's still scary right now. i'm talking to you. it's very scary. now as this was all unfolding. oakland police chief laurent armstrong was addressing the city's gun violence episode just
this last weekend, five people were killed in the city here is the chief talking about that. and again this shooting that we just experienced a couple hours ago here. sadly gun violence is impacting our schools as well. you have heard from me over the last several weeks about a number of shootings and incidents that have happened in our schools and our playgrounds. this is impacting. every area in our city. nobody is immune from this level of gun violence. now just to recap that suspect in this case that authorities tell me was 12 years old has been apprehended and the weapon has been recovered. the victim of 13 year old another student here at madison park academy, was taken to the hospital in an ambulance and they are in stable condition reporting live here in east oakland. evan sernoffsky ktvu, fox two news is your understanding at this point, and
i know it's still fluid situation but that the suspected shooter was also a student. they're at madison. and also do you have any information about where exactly this this person was taken into custody on on the campus. yeah we're still getting some of those details. mike it's unclear if the person was a student, but it appears with their age. they may have been a student here at the same school. we know that they were at large for a certain period of time. we don't know if they're apprehended at the school or somewhere outside of the school. but thankfully, that person is in custody. that young person is in custody and the victim has been stabilized. mike evan sernoffsky live for us tonight in east oakland. evan thank you for that. oakland mayor libby schaaf did release a statement on the shooting just a few minutes ago. it reads in part school should be the safest place for our kids. the increased level of gun violence in our country and our city is heartbreaking and unacceptable. we will hold accountable those who cause harm to oakland and we will come together. to heal from these traumatic events. we are learning new details today about
a deadly shooting inside a safeway store in oregon. police in bend, oregon, say a man shot two people last night and then turned the gun on himself to others suffered non life threatening injuries. they say one of the people killed was a safeway employees who attacked the gunman in the produce section in an effort to disarm him. he was identified today as 66 year old donald race or at junior of bend. and 84 year old man shopping at the store was also killed. investigators say the shooter was armed with an assault rifle. they say the shooting started in a residential neighborhood of apartment complexes behind the shopping center. and then the gunman continued his rampage in the parking lot before entering the safeway store. police identified the shooter as a 20 year old man from bend, who lived in that apartment complex. when our officers arrived, they could hear gunshots in the safe way, and they entered the store to confront the shooter while shots were still being fired.
our officers entered from both the front and the rear of the store in a solo entry. police say the safeway employee who confronted the gunman acted heroically and may have prevented further bloodshed at five a woman is in the hospital tonight after being robbed and attacked while leaving a restaurant in valeo. crime reporter henry lee spoke with her family. and henry joins us now here in the studio. with more on what happened. henry and julia was forced to be a relaxing dinner with family and friends instead. the victim, an asian woman is in the hospital after being targeted for robbery. this is 71 year old in elia perez at a hospital after she was robbed and attacked after having dinner with her husband and friends in alejo perez had just left jollibee fast food restaurant when she was confronted by a robber. he approached her grabbed her purse. she struggled and tried to pull it back dennis perez at the victim's stepson, he says the robber persisted and became violent when he hit her in the
head with something some blunt object. and then she went down. it happened outside the filipino fast food restaurant in the parking lot of ballet. hope plaza is sonoma boulevard and redwood at about seven sunday night, her 82 year old husband witnessed the attack. at that point, my dad saw him run after the right into a car and they just sped off. the robber escaped with a purse with money in her i d. perez and family members have been keeping vigil at kaiser permanente medical center in vallejo. doctors there say she suffered bleeding in her brain. it's cowardice. it's cowardly, brilliant husband and some friends have gone to see the golden gate bridge in san francisco, they decided to stop by jollibee to grab a bite to eat. she's now the latest victim of asian descent to be attacked in the bay area. you always hear about it, but when it becomes personal, you know it's something really does need to be done about this. i mean, it's ridiculous plaza includes shops and restaurants popular within the filipino community shoppers
we spoke to were concerned by the attack. the whole asian it's been attacked all the time. i don't know why. you know, it's just it's not fair. you feel safe or not safe anymore. we are not safe at all. it doesn't have to be asian could be anyone else. you know, in the race, it shouldn't happen to anybody. so this is terrible. police are investigating, and no arrests have been reported live in the studio. henry lee ktvu fox two news, medics with the san francisco fire department were attacked in their ambulance this morning by a man with a tree stake, fire officials say when the man smashed the windshield with the steak, the paramedics got out of the vehicle and ran the driver dropping the keys while running away. authorities say the suspect, then picked up the keys, got him into the ambulance and trying to run the medics down when a department pickup truck responded to a radio believe for help. the man took off on foot. this happened just before seven in the morning on harrison street, right near 101 in the mission district. the attacker has not been found. a
department spokesman said the medics were shaken up and not injured. officials say this was not the first time paramedics have been attacked. there is certainly a certain amount of physical violence that we deal with. that we get used to, and as a result, we normalize it just that's just part of the job at this point now accept that coming to work and being assaulted all the time to the point where it says normal is actually very unhealthy in many, many ways. a motive in today's attack is not yet known, while san francisco 49ers quarterback jimmy garoppolo is staying put and will suit up for the niners this upcoming season after he restructured his contract. he joins us now with the details of a deal that will keep him with the team. not a lot of people saw that one coming. did they ever since the 49ers season ended in los angeles earlier this year, it was a foregone conclusion that jimmy garoppolo would be playing somewhere else in the 2022 season. garoppolo is destination this season back with the 49ers after an entire
offseason of san francisco looking for a trade partner. word emerged today that garoppolo has agreed to restructure his contract and remain with the team has the backup to trey lance garoppolo had not been able to throw until last month as he recovered from surgery on his throwing shoulder. 49ers officially passed the baton to lance, who they traded three first round draft choices to acquire garoppolo had been throwing on the side, not taking part in team activities while the 49ers looked for a team that wanted him they were under pressure to get to the 53 man roster limit tomorrow and figure a guy with his kind of experience could be just the ticket in the league, where the backup quarterback is usually needed for important stretches in the season. garoppolo reportedly will get $6.5 million guaranteed and can make as much as $9 million more playing time bonuses. the whole thing makes the comment garoppolo made at the end of what we thought was his final press conference before bay area media seem somewhat quaint. i just wanted to, uh, i quick.
thank you. do all you guys the media i since i got here, you guys have been awesome. it's been a #### of a ride. guys. i love you guys. not really a good bye. garoppolo was already a favorite among his teammates because of his unselfishness. you can imagine how much more they respect him now making his destination about more than just the money, so they keep them away from seattle, and he becomes the best back up in the league. i would call him the best back up in the league right now, and i think the most important thing as well. 49ers probably did not see what they wanted to see from the guys who they figured could potentially be their backups. and that was nate sudfeld and brock party. so now probably they won't keep four quarterbacks. one of those will probably be gone. and i agree with you, julia. i'd call him right now. the best back up in the league er 13 days from week one. if your trade lands does this get in your head a little bit. i don't think so. jimmy's coming back. i think they've absolutely made it clear that trey lance is the starter.
the only scenario in which garoppolo would then potentially become, let's say you're halfway into the season and the playoffs or maybe in the balance, and he's showing some signs of inexperience. that might be a chime time when you would then make that move, but i think it's more about, uh, it's been proven in the nfl. you need to have an experience backup because you're going to need that guy. at some point. they have four. who do you think is going to be on the chopping block that will be really interesting to see that probably try to pass one of them through waivers and get on the practice squad is what i would think. and actually, if you're gonna go by who looked better in the preseason brought pretty looked a little bit better than nate sub field. the guy that they signed to a contract extension was like the last pick. very last guy taking mr irrelevant. so we find out tomorrow we'll find out tomorrow. yeah, joe. thank you. thank you. but we have an update for you now to a story we've been following as dead fish have been servicing in bodies of water across the bay area today we have new video from foster city. we also are hearing reports of dead fish in the bay between the dumbarton and san
mateo bridges as well as in hayward and sausalito. biologists say the problem is probably due to an l g bloom that started in the oakland estuary due to excess chemicals in the water, but they won't know for sure until they get the results of tests on the water. and wildlife whistleblowers. new warning about lack of security on twitter lands in the middle of billionaire elon musk legal battle with the social media platform. elon musk attorneys have subpoenaed twitter's former head of security, the former twitter employee filed a whistleblower complaint last week accusing twitter of misleading regulators about privacy and security protections must attorneys are demanding to hear from him because they say they believe he can help bolster elon musk case for backing out. of a $44 billion proposal to buy twitter. shooting and stabbing attacks impact bart over a span of only three days coming up tonight at 5 30 with the bart police chief thinks about safety on the rail system, and it was a no launch for the one mission to
the moon. what's next for nasa as engineers try to resolve a problem with one of the rockets four engines. also tonight, new frustration for victims of the mckinney fire burning in northern california. coming up power bills piling up after losing everything. and temperatures really right through the weekend have been kind of on the mild, cool side. same thing today. temperatures tomorrow not much different, but change is coming as we head change is coming as we head towards the labor day here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families. we reduce homelessness, address mental health, provide spaces for addiction to be broken, create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home.
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big rig that caught fire. this is specifically right near coming. skyway as you can see, the fire is now out. no word yet how that fire started, or whether anyone was injured. we do no traffic in the area along 80 is sluggish, at least in that eastbound direction. smoke from a wildfire burning in oregon is prompting an air quality advisory today taking a live look right now. it cameras pointed in the direction of walnut creek, you'll notice it looks a little hazy outside right now. if you smell smoke, air quality monitors suggest you stay indoors. as much as possible. a strike team from san francisco is now on its way to oregon to help fight that fire, sending smoke this way. 17 people six vehicles will help battle the run creek fire that fire has grown to more than 10,000 acres. that's up from 9600 acres last night. still zero containment that fire is being blamed for the death of one firefighter. he died after a tree came down on him. several buildings have been destroyed in the wildfire. well, it's been one month since california's largest wildfire of the year began in siskiyou county. four
people were killed and hundreds of homes were destroyed or damaged. but now some of those who lost everything say they're being sent utility bills from the power company reviews brooks jarocz live in the newsroom tonight with why some fire victims say pacific power not empathizing with them here. brooks their bills is something they say would go a long way. but we also learn letters about power shutoffs and wild fire safety were sent to those in siskiyou county a week after their homes were no more. so this is the end of my life. dude july the mckinney fire in siskiyou county erupted and began swallowing the town of klamath river. i don't know what i'm gonna do. i don't know where i'm going to go in his family escaped the flames, but one of their dogs and four cats didn't make it there. five acre property destroyed there's just all piles of ashes. burnt it just melted. they're already accusations and a lawsuit claiming pacific power and its equipment are responsible for
the fire. but to make matters worse is what how and his neighbors received from the power company. days after the fire ripped through. i stopped by the post office and that was at the top of the stack of mail was the bill from pacific power $600 bill. how says despite calls to pacific core, the oregon based utility told him he'd have to pay up. you're asking for us to set well up with you when we're at our lowest point. right now, most of us are just seeking shelter, doing anything we can to survive day to day and he's not alone. a lawyer representing wildfire victims says at least 300 people affected by the mckinney fire have gotten bills and about four dozen of them have lost everything. i think what it shows is an incredible lack of understanding and sympathy intact. attorney amanda lockard oh says. that's evident in what she calls a tone deaf letter sent to people like how reading we've taken additional safety precautions to reduce the risk of wildfire and then offering tips about power outages. the
letter was dated a week after my home burned down and it was informing me of all the precautionary measures they were taking, and there might be future power outages. to a house that no longer exists. specific core responded in a statement saying, in part we're working to help customers affected by fires get back on their feet. residents of siskiyou county now have access to billing and payment relief in a variety of forms, but some say it's too little too late. i'm just blown away by all of it. i really don't have words at this point, handing a bill to these fire victims. i think it sends a message that they care more about keeping your shareholders happy than about making things right with the people in santa river. pacific power said it's in the process of communicating new billing and payment relief options to customers that includes discontinuing billing, going forward or implementing a payment plan. how said his family was put on a payment plan today and will have to pay up within a year. but regardless he
will have to pay. brooks jarocz ktvu fox two news. i mean, is there any chance that maybe they given file an appeal with the power company and say, because of the hardship can you give us the year off? you know, the company sent me a long list of options for people. one of those things is to go on that payment plan. that means they could delay paying for up to a year, so that at this point is maybe the best option for those people. alright brooks jarocz their in the newsroom brooks. thank you. thanks. taking a live look now at the kennedy space center in florida. it is a good sign tonight to see nasa's $4 billion.01 rocket still on the launch pad, their nasa scrubbed today's highly anticipated launch, but seeing the rockets still on the launch pad means that nasa doesn't think it's necessary at this point to bring it back inside a vehicle assembly building. to solve problems. fox news jonathan serrie tells us the next possible launch window is friday. it was not all systems
go monday morning for nasa's artemis one program, the space agency scrubbing the moon rockets launched due to weather and engine trouble. this is a brand new rocket. it's not going to fly until it's ready as the clock inch closer to lift off the ground crew had trouble fueling the rocket because of a leak of highly explosive hydrogen. also discovered the rocket was not able to properly cool one of its four main engines. all this plus thunderstorms in the area which delayed preparations were going to give the team time to rest. first of all, and then come back fresh tomorrow and reassess what we learned today. artemis one is poised to shuttle america into the next generation of space exploration. the 322 ft tall spacecraft consisting of the space launch system, rocket and orion crew capsule remains on the launch pad at nasa's kennedy space center in florida. when it happens, the six week mission will send the unmanned craft on a test flight around the moon
and back, putting the most powerful rocket ever built by nasa through rigorous stress tests in preparation for future lunar landings. the whole reason for this test flight to stress it and to test it. to make sure it's as safe as possible. even with no one on board. thousands gathered to witness history, including vice president kamala harris innovation. requires this kind of moment. where you test out something that's never been done. and then you regroup. nasa's next attempt at lift off a scheduled for friday at the earliest at kennedy space center in florida. jonathan serrie fox news and nasa is calling the complexity of what they want to pull off daunting coming up later in this newscast, an expert from the chabot space and science center will join us with some perspective on this mission. alright it's been pretty mild, really saturday sunday. mild temperatures highs just in the eighties. low nineties today followed suit
temperatures tomorrow are going to be very similar in that they're going to be in the low nineties in the hot spots. i want to show you this just the live picture, obviously, but the marine inversion is really deep and you're like, what are you talking about? marine inversion. there's no fog, right because the fog pretty much cleared. the version got so deep. the fog just went away. and so the fog the marine layer is there, but it's just up over 2500 ft up over 2200 ft. and so it's just you can't see it. it's not vapor anymore. it's just water vapor. that's not not condensed. so tonight that fog will reform and we'll see it back tomorrow morning, but the inversion is so deep. that's why temperatures are cool as we go through this week. it's going to be a gradual increase in temperatures and then by the weekend, that's kind of the story priority, seeing some of that stuff about heat advisories and such certainly in the central valley. don't get hot. don't get hot on saturday, sunday and into monday, so labor day weekend, but until then, and even that could change. but
until then, we're going to be in this kind of pattern where tomorrow is a little warmer than today. a couple degrees and then wednesday or tuesday or wednesday, thursday there each day is going to be subsequently just slightly warmer, but nothing crazy. really nothing crazy. we get the weekend we're going to notice a lot of big time inland heat 105 in red bluff for 108 in red bluff 105 in sacramento. for friday saturday and probably into sunday and into monday as well. we on the other hand, probably are going to have this onshore flow that you see here. this is current temperatures, and so we're going to continue this way. the bay area is great because we get this strong even though it's gonna be hot inland. the cooling influences the ocean are going to have a huge impact on it. so what i just say tomorrow like today, gradual warming this week, this coming weekend looks really hot, especially easter. here i'll see you back in a few minutes with the full forecast. all right, bill. thank you. the mountain view. police. yes, officer who was shot during a traffic stop last month, addresses the issue publicly here for the first time
coming up his message following the shooting. which was caught on camera and coming up tonight at six. it's been more than half a century since the san francisco police officer was shot and killed inside a police station tonight. current members of the police force are honoring of the police force are honoring his what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27. ♪ strutting your way into my heart ♪ ♪ take your hat off make yourself at home ♪ ♪ how about stay the night then strut on home ♪ ♪ day 1 i'm in love with your strut ♪ ♪ day 2 i'm in love with your strut ♪ ♪ day 3 i'm in love with your strut ♪ ♪ guess what i'm in love with your strut ♪ ♪ i like your strut, do you wanna go struttin' struttin' ♪ ♪ you like my strut ♪ ♪ do you wanna go struttin' struttin' ♪ ♪ you like my strut ♪ ♪ then let's go struttin' right now ♪ ♪ welcome to subway's biggest refresh yet.
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26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes. 27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. arm workers to vote by mail in union elections. the vote comes just days after farm workers marched from current county to the state capitol, urging lawmakers to pass the legislation. this bill now goes to the assembly and then possibly to the governor's desk . it's unclear where governor newsom actually stands on this particular issue. he vetoed a similar bill last year due to concerns over how the ballots would be collected. and reviewed also knew at five opponents of an immigration bill involving farm workers held a rally at senator alex padilla's office in san francisco. san francisco labor council is just one of the groups urging senator padilla and other lawmakers to reject the farmworker force modernization act that's
currently being negotiated in the u. s senate bill would expand the e verify program that determines authorization to work in the us and revised the h two a guest worker program. critics say the bill doesn't go far enough to ensure job security and doesn't provide a clear pathway to citizenship. fast food bill is one step closer to the governor's desk after passing in the state senate today, fast food workers and labor leaders held in march and watch party in los angeles this afternoon. 82 57, the fast recovery act would hold corporations like mcdonald's and burger king legally responsible for making sure franchises comply with labor, health and safety law. the bill would also create a fast food sector council that would set standards for wages and labor. but it's about even even in the playing field. so my voice is listened. who else to ask about the problems that suffer that they suffer at this stories that the workers the ones that understand the needs? this is the first step in 500,000 employees being
unionized at $300 a year, which is $15 million that will be used to work against california businesses. i heard, you know opponents of the fast food labor bill say it would raise costs for everyone in harm businesses . that bill now heads back to the assembly for a final vote, where it has already passed once. two high profile crimes, said bart stations in a matter of days coming up with the bar police chief thinks about overall safety for passengers and we're talking live doing an astronomer about what's next for nasa after scrubbing today's artemis one lunch
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deadly stabbing at the 24th street bar plaza in san francisco's mission district is christian captain joins us now live from the city with what bart's police chief is saying about violence on the transportation system, christian police are telling us that the suspect from that stabbing at the 24th street park station and the suspects from that shooting at the fruitvale bart station on friday are all still on the loose, but police are saying those appear to be targeted incidents of the general public should feel perfectly safe riding on bart. bart police say sunday's deadly stabbing happened here on the plaza above the 24th street station. police chief says it started with an altercation with the killer's stabbing the victim in broad daylight in the plaza and the victim, uh, worked his way down
the stairwell, uh, collapsing several times, and, uh, subsequently making it down. to our platform where he unfortunately passed away. bart police are working with san francisco police to identify and catch the killer. bart says it has more than 4000 cameras and their network, including on plaza level of the 24th street station that captured the crime camera coverage on the plaza and we were able to capture some of the incident. but we're still looking for better quality in the area that could provide us with better images of hopefully the face that we can produce out to the public and pass on to our ally partners. at the same time , bart police are still searching for whomever shot a man on a san francisco bound train on friday afternoon. police say the victim is still hospitalized, but now say it appears the shooter did not act alone. there was a second suspect on the platform. we're working collaboratively with the oakland police department identify the shooter and his
companion incidents come as bart ridership is increasing and may have some concerned about riding bart, but the chief says the system is safe. they're not just random acts of violence. these were very specific targeted acts. we have reached out to the medical examiner's office here in san francisco. they tell me that they have not been able to notify the family of the man who died at the 24th street station on sunday. so at this point, they are not releasing his name. bart. police also encouraging writers to download the bart watch app to report problems or suspicious incidents. the chief says that with the app nobody needs to even know that you're communicating with the police. if you're using the app, it just looks like you're texting someone. but the chief says in an emergency, you want to be sure that you use 911 and not the app. we're live in san francisco christian captain ktvu fox. two news, christian. thank you are under arrest after a stabbing over the weekend in eastern contra costa county that
left several injured. this happened saturday night at a bar on the 3800 block of willow road on bethel island. when sheriff's deputies arrived, they found three people wounded. one had to be flown to a hospital. all of those victims are expected to survive. 32 year old mitchell wise and 41 year old luis guerrero, both of oakley were arrested and booked into the jail and martinez more now on today's nass on latin nasa's last minute decision to scrub the artemis one launched the rocket is still there clear sign that nasa engineers are not ready to give up on the possibility of launching that rocket later this week. astronomer ben boris with the chabot space and science center joins us now with some insight on what happened today and what to expect next. ben, thanks for joining us tonight. thank you. so what exactly happened this morning? was it an engine issue that forced them to cancel the launch? uh not engine specifically, but the systems that support the engine. i believe they were trying to get the engine down to a certain temperature safe temperature
range for launch, and one of the four engines didn't get down with the temperature they wanted. so caution. they postponed the launch. it's hard to say they have to go through a whole battery of tests. but do you think it's still possible that might fly later this week? they could fly as early as friday. it's still on the pad right now. they're checking it out where it's you know, on the launch pad. if it if they find a deeper issue will probably have to reel it back to the shot. take a few days both ways so hoping for friday another launch watch party alright place, but you can never tell what the space watches. it's not uncommon that he want to be delayed. make sure everything is perfect with so much riding on the launch. which maximize the chance of success. yeah nasa's calling this a daunting operation. um,
it is one of the most powerful are powerful or the most powerful rocket ever assembled. tell us about artemis and how significant this mission is. so the artemis one launch, which describe this morning. but it will happen again. is an unproved march to send the orion space capsule, which will eventually carry astronauts back to send the orion capsule around the moon. 42 days believe to test. all the systems to make sure that it's safe before they put actual astronauts on board. so the idea is that it is carrying instruments that major radiation levels. just make sure that when the actual astronauts go safe. and right. as you mentioned this is not carrying astronauts on this when it eventually does launch is kind of the first phase in the effort to get astronauts back to the moon. talk about the future of exploration. when we do. how
long do you think it could take? positive thinking here that this does get off sooner rather than later before we do see astronauts return to the moon. i think this is just a momentary delay. um so our team is too, which is planned to launch sometime in 2020 for probably around me. that schedule will carry astronauts to the moon, in fact, will not land next year. artem is three, which is scheduled to like sometime in 2025. is the mission that will send astronauts to the surface of the so these are the steps. getting there have been there 50 years and testing new rocket and spacecraft. um just like the original apollo missions. eight days tested everything mercury gemini missions before them. um they're doing this to pave the way to relearn the steps to get back to the surface of the new
york and alright, well, we will let that be the last word. it's exciting. we are hopeful thinking that this will be able to fly sometime later this week, ben burrows with the shabbos space and science center. thanks for joining us tonight. we appreciate your time. thank you. the mountain view, police officer mountain view officer who was shot during a traffic stop last month, is now speaking out tonight, officer raymond clutter, said quote. i am incredibly grateful that i was able to go home safely to my family that night, was shot in the arm during a traffic stop on july 16th. the suspect, jeffrey choi, is charged with attempted murder. joy had been out on bail for being a felon in possession of a firearm, the dive team who found the body of kylie, rodney and prosser lake on the job, once again searching for other california lakes for two other missing california women. this announcement came during adventures with purposes livestream, in which they detailed the discovery of rodney's suv and her body inside. authorities around the
state had been searching for the missing teenager from truckee sensor. august 6th disappearance , the group said. it will be also looking now for 22 year old lisa fuentes of selma at pine flat in avocado lakes used to fresno and the group will also search that same area for 75 year old annette adams, who is from st louis obispo. a southeast school wants kids to mask up again. coming up. the policy is renewing debate over the best ways to protect students from covid at school, plus. and see what happens when a bowl decides to jump into the crowd at a rodeo
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here at city of refuge, we house up to 26 families. we reduce homelessness, address mental health, provide spaces for addiction to be broken, create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home. south bay school district to keep its masking mandate in place. ktvu south bay reporter jesse gary shows us how the policy is sparking debate within
the community. 2.5 years since the emergence of covid-19 and masking is still mandated at the alum rock unified school district always kept our masking , uh, mandate on, uh, our all of our allan rock schools. santa clara county relaxed its indoor mask mandate march 2nd at the time. health officials cited declines in covid infection in hospitalization rates. other bay area counties have done the same , saying indoor masking is now optional. the largest school districts san jose, san francisco and oakland unified, all saying masking is encouraged , not mandatory. but um rock school district officials stayed the course, citing higher covid positivity rates. many schools, you know, do not have modern h fax systems, you know, and so the transmission of virus at least in the indoor environment. is a fairly significant risk. their mandate has caused at least one family to refuse to send two of its children to
atalante dual language academy. it's also touched off a debate. i think they shouldn't wear a mask. i think if they say it's safe for them not to wear a mask . i prefer to see her face. it's not just the students that were protecting and keeping healthy, but also also our staff. is it still necessary? no, i really don't think this is necessary infectious diseases expert dr monica gandhi sites. two studies showing little difference in covid transmission rates in schools where masks are required versus those were masking is optional. at this point, we have vaccines down to six months of age and we don't need to mandate masks. officials say they've offered accommodations to the impacted family. to continue learning at school, but those measures have been refused in san jose jesse gary ktvu fox two news program that supplied free at home, covid testa, millions of americans is now being put on pause, the federal government website where you could order those free test says the program
will be suspended starting friday. however the program is still accepting orders before september 2nd. a statement on the site blames congress for not providing enough funding to increase the stockpile of at home tests, flooding and prompts state of emergency in mississippi coming up a closer look at the flooding, residents and businesses are dealing with and i'm tracking a bit of a warm up really shows up on this holiday weekend. this week is going to be a little bit typical. but beyond that, it gets hot, specially inland. we'll talk about that right after the break, and it sounds like something straight out of a science fiction movie coming up how artificial intelligence is working to give people a chance to reconnect with loved ones who
it's not a solution. 90% of the money goes to the out-of-state corporations who wrote it. very little is left for the homeless. don't let corporations exploit homelessness to pad their profits. vote no on 27. power lines, fields, businesses and homes submerged following flooding from the pearl river, an estimated 150 homes are affected. city officials say
they believe the pearl river has crested and will begin to recede . this area is still dealing with historic flooding from 2020 that did considerable damage. and nearly five years ago, hurricane harvey struck texas and louisiana. it was a category four storm. it flooded both states, killing dozens of people in damaging more than 200,000. homes boxes. joy addison joins us live tonight from houston with a closer look at the recovery still underway here, joy let's ride on august 27th 2017 the city that you see here, just behind me. houston texas was almost entirely underwater. short term recovery efforts began immediately and today, five years later, long term recovery efforts continue, those groups say, getting flood victims back into the homes that they once loved so much as a top priority. no matter how long it takes when they open up the it seemed like the water just gained florida right on. claudette raised her kids in
this home was devastated by hurricane harvey's floodwaters. she immediately turned to short term recovery groups for help for humanity. they have so much funding for this property, and so they did not finished because they will limited to the funding . she tried several local groups and contractors. but the repairs seemed out of reach. then the saint bernard project stepped in giving her and her kids their home back. you feel like they've been forgotten about they might be in a different program. that is, there is not helping. what we're here to do is really solved that problem and bring some predictability and some certainty to the homeowners who just don't know where else to look partners with insurance companies, volunteer groups and private investors to help people like miss claudette returned to their homes. it's been five years as bp has a long list of harvey victims to reach we have a goal for all of 2022. hit 70
homes fema thanks groups like sbp for helping pull some of the load when it comes to home repairs and storm recovery can't leave out the product sector, the volunteer agencies, the faith based organizations, they are also a significant part of that response effort. after short term recovery, fema has turned its focus to infrastructure repair. under the hazard mitigation grant program , fema has awarded more than $310 million in funding for projects that reduce or eliminate long term risk. to people and property for future disasters. the long term recovery, you know, famous effort is to continue on primarily our public assistance program that deals with rebuilding infrastructure. famous region, six directors says in that mitigation program , they included a goal of asking all homeowners to have a flood insurance policy and to be familiar with what that policy covers, whether or not the areas that they live in requires flood insurance and houston enjoy
addison ktvu fox to thank you for that, and let's bring in meteorologist bill marin. tis the season right and this is kind of the hurricane season. it's definitely we're in the heart of it for sure. and on top of that, you know you got the climate, the global climate change thing going on. and so we talked about this last week. every storm that comes in when the planet's warmer when the air is warmer when the oceans are warmer, there's more water in the atmosphere. right warm air holds more water, so all those storms are five major 1000 year events storms in the last 30 days in the united states, just from all the way from the desert southwest out to texas and mississippi. those sets those setups basically are not tropical storms. those are just events and what's happened is, i think storms are going to have more pop. there's like been hit with steroids. when they have warmer air, more water available. we could see that here on the west coast to these really intense storms. that's one of these scientists are looking at, okay. as we look at the inversion, there's the fog watch what happens, it lifts up,
but when the inversion gets as deep as it is, now the fog goes away. so that's what you're saying offshore. as you look out there, you can see bog. well that's the shot of going get bridging t hayes, but the fog is pretty much vaporized off the coast. it will come back tonight . you can see a few 100 miles offshore right now. we can measure that out. actually if you will, maybe less than 100 miles offshore. that's going to fill in tonight, and when that happens, we'll see temperatures cool down and we'll get back to a pattern like we saw this morning with the fog that was out there. what tomorrow brings is a lot like what we saw today and yesterday the day before that, and temperatures are going to be mostly in the hot spots in the eighties and low nineties, which is great. now we are going to heat up this weekend. the reason for all this mild weather has been this big. trough right here, and that's always a good sign this time of year to see it only because it means that it's a system like that can whittle the high pressure down a little bit in the pacific high, which is our summertime feature, which has been there this which is why it hasn't doesn't rain in the
months. but once these things start clicking through in this just fall and early winter, the high starts to weaken, so hopefully it will start to happen. the winds are onshore aggressively. that's good news that helps with relative humidities. that heat is going to be significant inland this weekend. we talked about that it probably will be very warm to hot and livermore in our inland valleys. the main story is going to end up being the sacramento valley where they're going to find temperatures. they're easily into the one. oh 5108 range back of ill fairfield right on the fringes of the bay area. we are going to see some big numbers. that's saturday, sunday and monday holiday weekend around the bay, though i think we're going to continue with a good, strong onshore flow. the five day forecast, and as you see here heats up a little bit each day. it starts going friday, saturday and sunday. this isn't a biblical heatwave. this isn't something that's unheard of. it's just we haven't had many of this, uh, this year, so these inland spots are gonna get hot. we'll probably see a heat advisory for our inland bay region. all right, bill. thank you.
terrifying scene played out at the florida state fair over the weekend when a bull got loose at the rodeo. it happened during a bull riding performance saturday in tampa, florida. the spectator who took this video says staff members were a trying to rearrange two bulls in their gates when one squeezed out of its own gate and into another, then kicked out one of the side panels of the gate and managed to run loose. a man was eventually able to last so the animal and pull it back into the arena. technology giving people a chance to connect with loved ones who have died. still to come will show you how it all comes together and coming up tonight at six is sobering study describes the drastic effects of climate change, regardless of whether carbon emissions are reduced in the future. also ahead. state lawmakers first proposed sweeping changes to the bail system will now a bill on compromise reform is making its way through sacramento.
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yes, on 27. this morning, volunteers accepted frozen breast milk that was under nine months old. that milk is then taken to the milk bank and screened and pasteurized. organizers say most of that milk is given to premature infants in neonatal intensive care units and will also now be given to babies affected by the formula shortage. it's gonna go to all medically fragile babies, including babies that are suffering from formula shortage and it goes through out california and, um states within, um. seats outside of
california that don't have a milk pain. good samaritan hospital says they were happy to spread the word about the important role that breast milk plays in early childhood development. well artificial intelligence is now being used to give people a chance to reconnect with loved ones who have died. a company called story file has actually created a program that allows users to communicate with those who have died through interactive video that's being ben prerecorded and powered by ai, reporter jackie ibanez explains. imagine having a conversation with your loved ones after they passed away. well, now you can. how did becoming a grandparents changed you minstrel oy. in june. but instead of going through a psychic medium people are getting a helping hand from artificial intelligence. this is the authentic you. this is the video that you created. and now you're making that accessible my needs of conversation for the
future. stephen smith is the founder and ceo of story file a program using state of the art ai technology to help people connect with their relatives and friends even after they've departed. 100 years from now and this year, the great great great grandparents of this person who wants to know who you are. story file lets anyone digitally record their answers to dozens of questions, which are then loaded into the program. artificial intelligence does the rest, searching the archive of answers in playing the correct response when asked a question. what was your hometown like? this is small. compared to the buffering place. oof! england smith had his own mother complete a story file session before her passing back in june and maintains the a. i software never falsifies a person's responses to use artificial intelligence, but it's not for creating new content or putting words into your mouth. meanwhile story file can also be used for
the living. officials say the original idea was to let people learn more about historical figures. real life stories. including those of 9 11 survivors. jackie ibanez, fox news. this is ktvu fox two news at six. a woman is in the hospital tonight after she says she was robbed and attacked at a fast food restaurant tonight, her family is calling for accountability. you always hear about it? but when it becomes personal, you know it's something really does need to be done about this. i mean, it's ridiculous. the attack happened in valais ho and police say no arrests have been made. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener mike mibach. the victim was attacked while having dinner with her husband and friends. ktvu crime reporter henry lee as the latest on the investigation. this is 71 year old in elia perez at a hospital after she was robbed and attacked after having dinner with her husband and friends in
alejo perez adjust left jollibee fast food restaurant when she was confronted by a robber. he approached her grabbed her purse . she struggled and tried to pull it back dennis perez at the victim's stepson, he says the robber persisted and became violent. hit her in the head with something some blunt object. and then she went down. it happened outside the filipino fast food restaurant in the parking lot of ballet. hope plaza is sonoma boulevard and redwood at about seven sunday night, her 82 year old husband witnessed the attack. at that point, my dad saw him run off to the right into a car and they just sped off. the robber escaped with a purse with money in her i d. perez and family members have been keeping vigil at kaiser permanente medical center in vallejo. doctors there say she suffered bleeding in her brain. it's cowardice, cowardly, really. husband and some friends have gone to see the golden gate bridge in san francisco, they decided to stop by jollibee to grab a bite to eat. she's now the latest victim of asian