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then there's a break and then again, and then again, i'm like it's like a gun battle, like what's going on. the shootout happened at about 10 30 tuesday night, not far from this memorial at the dead end of 92nd avenue, oakland city council member trevor reid says two cars were involved in a rolling shootout before crashing. they were driving and shooting. an accident occurred. they jumped out of the car and, uh, that gun violence continued on the streets more rounds within fired by numerous shooters and captured by shot spotter. it sounds like a war zone when i listened to the 100 rounds that were fired with this incident when it was over, a man and a woman sleeping nearby were hit by stray bullets. two other people were also shot and wounded and showed up later at the hospital. i spoke off camera to the couple who was shot. the husband said he was shot in the groin, his wife in the stomach, they said they were fortunate to be okay. this woman who didn't want to be identified, says chaos broke out when i just heard just a lot of gunshots, like just just started just going off and everybody started running and screaming in the
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neighborhood left with bullet holes, evidence markers and chalk circles. we found this to 23 caliber rifle round lying in the street. this bottle of tequila also left behind by one of the injured victims bottle with her blood on it. the girl who was shot this harmful behavior that we're seeing what people sleeping in their homes. people attending a memorial, um , being innocent bystanders caught up in, um, the craziness of what's taken place. and henry lee also reports that oakland police have identified at least one person of interest. a man is in police custody after a two hour standoff in pleasant and today ended peacefully. it was a domestic disturbance that started at about nine this morning at an apartment complex on bernal avenue across the street from the pleasant and police department. a shelter in place was then ordered for people living in that complex crisis negotiating team was brought to the scene and the suspect eventually surrendered. we're told the victim was not hurt. football coach is recovering after he was shot
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while trying to stop a fight. right outside vallejo high school, ktvu cristina rendon spoke with his family and friends who all say he works overtime to keep students away from violence between coach joe pastrana and coach alfonso hatton goes beyond coaching high school football. the two played sports together as children and give back to their community as coaches for the vallejo generals basketball team they started five years ago we spoke with hatin on facetime always meeting very ambitious and passionate about, you know, making sure that these kids, you know, have a better life to live here as well. you know, to sports or coach joe, as he's called, was shot while trying to break up a fight outside the high school tuesday afternoon, it's believed some students were fighting with a group of men in the street and someone from a dark colored sedan fired shots as the car drove away from the fight. hatton isn't surprised pastrana's tried to step in saying he's a site safety supervisor on campus. these kids get to school to make sure you
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know these kids get home straight sticking up. that's why for me. it's like my brother. a family member tells me off camera. pastrana is recovering at home with his family by his side. he grew up in vallejo and played sports there before going back as a coach. they're thankful for all the people keeping him in their prayers, hoping for speedy recovery on campus, really love kids at school right now. third of students did not show up for school as extra officers patrol the neighborhood and counselors were brought in from the county. district spokeswoman selena baggio says they're focused on keeping staff and students safe . it's upsetting were upset about it. we're angry about it. we are talking about what can we do so something like this doesn't happen again. patton who also coaches varsity football at galileo high is grateful pastrana will be okay when i was saying bed. kept talking about the place for the kids and making sure that he was getting the defensive packages because he was working on them all that day to make sure that the kids
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had got him at practice that day . in true coach forum, he's already thinking about the kids and friday night the team did not practice on tuesday. they were back out on the field practicing wednesday afternoon after school they will be taking on alameda high in alameda on friday. cristina rendon ktvu fox two news found responsible for the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland could be headed back to jail. the alameda county district attorney says that bow and arrows, a machete and ammunition were all found during a surgeon derrick coleman is home in mendocino county. that could be a violation of his probation. now men have pleaded guilty to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection to that fire that killed 36 people in 2016. he was released last year based on time served and is serving home confinement. catalytic converter thefts are growing trend in san francisco, and this time thieves targeted several police patrol cars. ktvu is christian captain spoke with police about what happened. police say at about
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one pm monday afternoon, police officer first discovered that the catalytic converter on a marked police pick up truck had been stolen officer then checked other marked police vehicles parked in the same area and discovered that the catalytic converters in another pickup truck and into vans have been stolen as well. and we were able to check on meet those vehicles to confirm the catalytic converters were taken and the vehicles have not been repaired yet. at this point, police say they haven't arrested anyone in connection with the theft and that this is an open investigation. there are multiple surveillance cameras positioned on the corner where the thefts took place. at this point, it's not clear if those cameras captured video of the theft or of the suspect. well, there are no signs indicating that this is a police station. the presence of a half dozen marked police vehicles shows just how brazen these thefts were. and it's also an indication that it can happen to just about anyone. police say they know that there are aftermarket modifications, which can be we made the vehicles like cages welded around catalytic converters, which can harden the targets. and deter thefts.
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police are asking anyone who knows anything about these thefts to come forward with what they know in san francisco, christien kafton ktvu, fox two news. the mosquito fire in plaster and el dorado county's has now burned more than 60,000 acres. containment it's at 20% and more than 6000. people remain under evacuation orders. cal fire says at least 64 structures have been destroyed another 10 damage from the flames. crews continue working hard to keep those flames away specifically from the communities of forrest hill and todd valley. firefighters say they're ready to defend homes along the edges of those communities if the fire makes another run. just as it did yesterday, firefighters are gaining more control of the dutch fire not far away from the mosquito fire in plaster county . it started yesterday afternoon near the community of dutch flat . the fire came dangerously close to homes that people were evacuated and interstate 80 had to be shut down to allow crews to light backfires. caltrans says westbound 80 is still down
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to one lane through that area tonight. the buyer is now 50% contained and it is burned 48 acres so far in the north bay firefighters are credited with quickly putting out a vegetation fire in nevado. flames broke out in the neighborhood around the marin country club at about four o'clock this afternoon. at one point, some people were told to evacuate their homes forward. progress was stopped about an hour later. a little being strike of rail workers already disrupting passenger service, and the strike could later have much farther reaching impacts. plus. they need help. they need intervention, and sometimes that's tough. also ahead. governor newsom signs into law plan to overhaul the state's mental health system, and he hits back at critics who say the plan is the wrong approach. alrighty we're checking in on the weather. it's much cooler. you can tell that but boy with rain in the forecast this weekend, really starting to get kind of unusual. we'll have the forecast back here. but first we are learning more about plans to
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provide narcan two schools in the south bay. while some administrators say it's a necessity. and here's a quick check of the evening commute. this is a look at the mcarthur maze as seen from our emeryville camera. it's a little slow going out there tonight in both directions. you watching ktvu news at six will e r
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want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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their plans to add narcan to high schools countywide ktvu south bay reporter jesse gary explains who's behind the push and the concern is raising what appears in ordinary gummy bear is, in actuality, a potential portal to drug addiction, overdose and death. it's quite alarming. we've lost 11 young people aged 10 to 19 and 2021 due to overdose to combat the growing threat from opioids disguised as candy, flooding school campuses. the santa clara county board of supervisors. you're marking $135,000 for the
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purchase of narcan kits. each of the county's 65 high schools would receive one supervisor cindy chavez spearheaded the effort person could think they're taking, um, a percocet or something that they bought that online and it could be laced with fentanyl and kill them. that scenario cost 17 year old star athlete leno sis bloom , his life detective mentioned that like they i suspect that is there's been a you know, alleged peel that he was able to get access and that that list bill probably had a dosage of mila. health experts say narcan administered by spray through the nose prevents an overdose immediately without the danger of addiction, so the way that narcan works. is that an essentially when it enters the brain, it takes off the binding of fentanyl to the opioid receptors in the brain, and then the body can resume normal functioning. county school officials say the vast majority of high school communities
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welcome this latest safety tool similar to defibrillators and epipens, but some worry what is meant as an overdose aid could a drug experimentation? there's either no effect or decreases. risky substance use behavior, adding narcan is just an additional layer of protection to ensure that we have life saving medication superintendent dr marianne the one says narcan is optional and that staffers must be trained in its use before the medication will make its way on campuses that could happen before thanksgiving. in san jose jesse gary ktvu, fox two news the area law firm is suing tesla for allegedly misleading the public over itself driving technology. the class action lawsuit claims that tesla has marketed its autopilot software as fully functional. but attorneys say owners have reported problems including difficulty making routine turns running red lights and steering into oncoming traffic. the suit seeks unspecified damages. so
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far, tesla has not responded to our request for comment. critics have raised safety concerns in the past after crashes that occurred while the driver assist technology was activated. santa cruz county is set to begin collecting half of a 25 cent tax on single use cuts. the county's board of supervisors unanimously voted tuesday to begin collecting the tax and the county's unincorporated areas starting next year, county officials say will generate around $700,000 in revenue a year and also support efforts to reduce pollution. all right number last week. all that heat this week? not so i mean temperatures today. pretty mild out there. it's going to continue that way as we go through the next few days, plus, it looks like we might see some rain on sunday. that would be pretty great. especially when you think about fire concerns. these are the highs from today you can see that you had that 79 fairfield down a degree from yesterday just about the same as yesterday. in this pattern. with the low pressure offshore and the stretched out marine layer and the inversion lifted clean
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air. lower temperatures higher humidity is going to hold really through the weekend. until when we get to sunday. we have an opportunity for some bona fide legitimate rain. we'll see how that goes. some of the models are pretty aggressive on that. but overall i mean, it's going to be cloudy for sure. and probably some sprinkles and drizzle at least, but i suspect we're going to see a little more than that. based on the type of system we got here. so tomorrow, a lot like today. that's thursday and then friday. a saturday clouds cut increasing in boom suddenly we got a chance for some showers. so i think that's some good news. i'll be back here in a little bit, with the full forecast. all right, bill. we'll see you, then. thank you, the head of the world health organization says the end of the covid-19 pandemic is now in sight, the w. h o s director general told reporters today that the end of the pandemic is near the country's must keep up their efforts to contain the virus. he also said more than six million people have died within the past two years. a marathon runner does not stop when they finish line comes into view iran's harder with all the
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energy she has left. so must we. we can see the finish line. we are in a winning position. but now is the worst time to stop running. now is the time to run harder and make sure we cross the line and reap the rewards of all our hard work. the director says last week. the number of covid deaths was the lowest since march of 2020, santa clara county's health officer is warning people to not let their guard down with covid. even as case rapes drop, santa clara county is reporting about 270 new cases of covid 19. each week, though that number does not include those at home tests . dr sara cody told county supervisors that high vaccination rates have helped bring case reads down from a high of 6500 week at the beginning of the year. as time
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has gone on and the very high level of vaccination and boosting in our community does does show a decrease in our desks. how in our deaths, however, we still have 10 to 15 county residents dying of covid at each week in the county, um, which which is still significant. last week, santa clara county began administering the updated coronavirus booster shot. the county is encouraging everyone 12 and older who have received their last booster more than two months ago to get that new shot. more people are paying their respects to the queer to queen elizabeth, the second in the uk, and we're also hearing from expats here in the bay area . also ahead. tech executives are back in washington to defend the industry. why they say monitoring security threats online is no easy task.
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want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. the choice between prop 26 and 27? let's get real. prop, 26 means no money to fix homelessness, no enforcement oversight and no support for disadvantaged tribes. yikes! prop 27 generates hundreds of millions towards priorities like new housing units in all 58 counties. 27 supports non-gaming tribes and includes strict audits that ensure funds go directly to
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people off the streets and into there's only one choice. yes on 27.
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it's of electric vehicles and clean energy efforts that his administration is pushing for. the president toured the detroit auto show today and even sat in a few of the new models. mr biden also announced $900 million in grants for electric vehicle chargers across 35 states. it's coming from the first round of $5 billion in funding as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law. now we're choosing to build a better america. america. that's confronting the climate crisis.
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with america's workers leading away we're rebuilding the economy, clean energy economy, and we're doing it from the bottom of the middle out. i'm so tired of trickle down. i can't stand it. the president's visit is part of a nationwide tour of administration officials promoting legislation that will boost clean energy infrastructure and research. tech executives return to capitol hill defending their platforms against national security concerns as foxes chat program reports. their testimony comes one day after a twitter whistleblowers shared similar concerns about the platform. big heat on big tech crowd and former executives of twitter, meta and tiktok appeared before the senate homeland security committee. senators warned that their algorithms could amplify domestic threats. former facebook exact brian boland says it's difficult to determine who sees an increase in harmful content. facebook is now moving towards a tiktok model where it's not just friends and family content. it is unconnected, algorithmic driven content, also
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an issue the input of foreign countries on platforms such as tiktok. security officials have advised lawmakers against using the platform due to the amount of personal information the chinese own company can access. we do have employees based in china. we also have very strict access controls around the type of data that they can access and where that data is stored. at a senate judiciary committee hearing on tuesday, the former security chief at twitter, peter much, zach, oh, testify side that there's the potential for foreign agents to work undercover at the company if you placed somebody in twitter as i believe that, you know, as we know has happened, um, it would be very difficult to twitter to find them. senators lindsey graham and elizabeth warren are trying to create a regulatory commission to protect social media consumers. graham argues that requiring companies to hold a license could encourage them to improve security measures. section 2 30 of the communications act of 1996 shield social media companies from litigation about their content. congress has stymied trying to reform section 2 30.
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on capitol hill chad program, fox news area legislative, labor and environmental leaders kicked off the campaign for proposition 30 today called the california clean air initiative, the statewide ballot measure would fund climate action and firefighting supporters say prop 30 will help fund electric vehicle rebate as well as well as generate money for forest management. additional firefighters and fire fighting equipment. oakland mayor libby schaaf was part of the kickoff team today, saying passing the proposition is a matter of life and death. solution is not only killing our planet, it is killing our people. and prop 30 will fix that. prop 30 is an innovative measure that all california's must support as if their lives depend on it. newsome does not support the measure, saying it will raise taxes while disproportionately benefiting a few large corporations. many ways their solution a in search of a
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problem be, they're going to create more tax pressures in this state as the economy begins decline and they are the beneficiary of a lot of those directed dollars. i just cannot in good conscience support that and i hope people take a good look at that where this came from where the money is behind it. according to the american lung association areas of california have some of the worst air quality in the nation. coming up on ktvu news at 6 30. the governor is celebrating a new law that will force some people into court ordered mental health treatment. but some homeless advocates still aren't convinced it will work and freight rail workers could possibly go on strike later this week, and analysts warren that could have a lasting effect on the o rall cono .
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warehouse master tenant derek almanor could be in violation of his probation pleaded guilty to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection to that fire in oakland that killed 36 people back in 2016. officials say that bows and arrows, a machete and ammunition were all found during a search of his home in mendocino county. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30 governor gavin newsom was in the south bay today to sign a law a measure to sign into law a measure to overhaul the state's mental health care system. court ordered treatment it's all part of the governor's plan to address homelessness. ktvu political reporter, greg lee was with the governor in san jose and has more on what's next. there's a lot to be thankful for, and lots to smile about today. rachael asians, everybody flanked by behavioral health providers and other lawmakers, governor gavin newsom signed his care court legislation into law in san jose care stands for community assistance, recovery and empowerment. newsome
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introduced the proposal to help address the state's homelessness crisis. in march. it flew through the senate and assembly continue to do what you've done, you'll get what you've got, and look what we've got. it's unacceptable so we have the power to turn this around. the new program allows court ordered treatment for people suffering from severe mental illness or addiction. the state estimates 7 to 12,000 californians qualify family members, first responders or medical professionals can petition a judge to order an evaluation. if approved, a county would be mandated to create a treatment plan, which can include medication services in housing. the individual will be required to stick with the plan for up to two years. somebody's son. somebody's daughter. somebody's brother, sister. it's their loved one. and today. we get to have the opportunity to turn to those families and say there's hope. civil rights groups have long opposed care court and plan to sue disability rights.
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california released a statement that says care court expands in already problematic system into a framework of coerced court ordered mental health treatment that goes back to the country's horrific history of able ism and subjecting disabled people to being a separate class their point of view. has been well advanced for half century in the state of california. they're part of you is expressed by what you see on the streets and sidewalks all throughout the state under the timeline negotiated in the legislature care courts would launch in seven pilot counties by october , 2023, including san francisco , the other 51 counties would follow by december 2024. the state allocated $65 million to launch care court in the judicial system. newsom also pointing to billions of dollars earmarked for homelessness and behavioral health. local leaders say the real work is ahead of us is mayors stand united and saying we want to be part of the solution in helping to implement this is going to be hard. it's
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critically important and we have much much work to do. they need help. they need intervention, and sometimes that's tough. and this is a i think balanced approach in san jose. greg lee ktvu, fox two news governor newsom's visit to the south bay sparked a protest by kaiser mental health therapists who remain on strike over patient care. they're critical of the governor's choice to hold the signing at momentum for health crossroads residential village. they say it's a facility associated with kaiser permanente. the workers are represented by the national union of healthcare workers. it issued a statement that reads in part if governor newsom is serious about improving mental health care for californians, he must take immediate action to enforce state law and get kaiser to address the mental health needs of its members. amtrak is suspending most of its long distance train service was a railroad strike looming tomorrow . freight rail workers plan on walking off the job if the railroads and unions can't settle their differences before
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a deadline tomorrow morning, amtrak workers are not involved , but the trains travel on tracks that would be affected by a strike. 12 railroad unions must agree to prevent a strike work stoppage would cause huge disruptions to shipments of all goods across the country. as ktvu is. tom baker shows us passengers who depend on the rails to get around, are also scrambling to find other options. with two thirds of railroad unions ready to settle . we're still on track for a major freight strike that will also derail passenger travel since the freight companies own the tracks and track and its riders would lose access to those rails doesn't go where i go away down to santa clara, and so i can't take part. plus, i have a quick drive to here, which is a lot easier than getting to bart station. yes that that definitely think it will be an inconvenience because with jobs being all up and down the state people are commuting. amtrak wrote. amtrak has begun
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to make initial service adjustments in response to a possible freight railroad service interruption that could occur later this week. if your train is canceled, we will attempt to notify you at least 24 hours in advance. and the 90,000 railroad workers threatening a friday strike actually transport 30% of the nation's freight rail capacity. rail economist jim blaze has been in the business for almost half a century, he says. with money issues settled workers have a legitimate claim to having life issues resolved. there's been a sort of a disrespect for the home life, the quality of life and the quality of work support unions and i want workers to have good conditions, and i support that negotiations. if you want to have a deal, you can make a deal. but even a deal may not resolve this issue and then i'm not quite sure whether everybody is actually going to show up and go back to work in the west, the clogged ports of l, a and long
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beach. which the nation depends on our most vulnerable because they depend very heavily on rail there in the cases. they didn't clear out the stuff that they weren't able to move because they were short of tracy's, or they were short of truck trades drivers, grain shippers would be deeply affected by a strike upsetting wide areas of food production. caution mints are also seriously hampered and to this day 10% of california's like tri city is generated by coal fired power plants. it's not an easy thing to understand or fix because no one's actually in charge. all unions agree. all will strike tom baker, ktvu fox two news. california's attorney general, accusing amazon of offering less than prime deals for consumers driving up the cost of items across the board. first queen elizabeth is lying in state in westminster hall coming up a look ahead
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want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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has now been liberated and a surprise counterattack that's seen the ukrainian military retake more than 3700 square miles in just the past two weeks. counter offensive in the south, which had been inching along is now moving more quickly . russian troops abandoning the key southern city of melatonin on wednesday, we've seen the ukrainians demonstrate a remarkable adaptability and there ability to use their war fighting capabilities to great effect in some areas. the russian retreat happened so quickly, tanks and heavy weapons were abandoned in big numbers. ukrainian president vladimir zelensky getting a firsthand look at the devastation left behind, saying the scenes are similar to those in other liberated towns and cities, with hundreds of civilians dead or missing the same destroyed buildings. killed people. and ss the. the part of our real
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history. meanwhile on the economic front, the european union finalizing a proposal to help contain the energy crisis sparked by the war, including a new energy sharing system and a cap on profits. we need to understand that the pre war situation with abundant cheap fossil fuels is not coming back . russia has now reduced or cut off gas supplies to more than a dozen countries supporting ukraine in kiev, jeff paul fox news. when elizabeth has departed buckingham palace for the final time, her coffin was led out by a horse drawn carriage in a solemn procession through the streets of london. she is now lying in state in westminster hall. earlier we spoke with the director of the british benevolent society of california, he says many british expats in the bay area are feeling strong emotions right now and explain and equivalent to american culture. the only analogy i could ever think of for the american people would be as if you removed the eagle from the american iconography. um,
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it's something that is so embedded in everything that you do and everything that you say that it's a foundation of our cultures. hundreds of thousands of people are set to pay their respects before the queen's state funeral on monday. not a nice look outside on this wednesday evening. we're going to check back in with bill martin for that rest of your forecast in your neighborhood coming up ktvu heather holmes now with a look at some of the stories we are working on for the seven o'clock news over on ktvu plus, julie. new figures are out, and they show how many young children are getting back . sedated against covid will tell you the age group that has the lowest vaccination rate. and we'll also have details on a brand new campaign by tourism officials here in california to try to steer visitors to regions rich in native american history
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and culture of those stories, and a lot more coming up live on the seventh over on ktvu plus in just a bit, heather. but first here after the break, millions of californians stand to get some inflation relief. but n everyone will et
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i believe prop 27 is the right thing to do. i had experienced being in shelters at a young age. having nothing. prostituting. we don't choose this life. i never knew what safe was until i came to city of refugee. people that's coming through these doors are trying to break the cycle. prop 27 will help provide more funding for places like this and help people get off the streets. it feels good to have a place to call home. support prop 27.
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on wall street. financial markets finish modest modestly higher after yesterday's sell off sparked the latest inflation report. the dow gained 30 points today. the nasdaq added. 86 in the s and p finished the day down or up, 13 points. california's inflation relief refund payments should start arriving in bank accounts. next month, the franchise tax board
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will distribute payments through direct deposits and male debit cards. the timeline will depend on several factors, including how residents filed their taxes. the last batch of refund payments should go out by mid january. in order to receive a payment. you must have filed a 2020 california tax return and made less than $250,000 annually . and if you want to know more or the exact amount coming your way you can find that information right on our website just had two ktvu dot com and look for this story. california's attorney general is suing amazon, accusing the tech giant of blocking competition. and inflating prices as ktvu brooks jarocz reports. the lawsuit claims vendors were penalized if their products were offered for a lower price on other sites. every click every basket. every box comes at a cost, california attorney general rob bonta says amazon is intentionally pushing prices higher. amazon's practices prevent basic price competition.
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and cost consumers more by preventing different online stores from competing to outdo each other with lower and lower prices. so his office is suing, alleging amazon requires merchants to sign contracts that penalize them or not highlight their products if they're offered for a lower price elsewhere, amazon has stifled its competition for years. not by successfully competing. but by blocking competition on price. as a result, california families paid more and now amazon must pay the price little bit more. i'll do that. but oftentimes i recognized that i'm actually paying a little bit less prime member and financial expert chris markowski says. sometimes it comes down to the cost of convenience and the overwhelming popularity of the platform. we're seeing whether or not amazon has the right to actually kind of force people to maybe charge little bit more or charge their vendors a little bit more based upon the fact
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fact that they're getting more traffic in the first place, but bonta says amazon is breaking the law using its market dominance to set an artificial price floor for products if you use your power to illegally bend the market at the expense of california consumers. small business owners and the economy. we'll see you in court, amazon responded in a statement saying the california attorney general has it exactly backwards. sellers set their own prices for the products they offer in our store the relief the sikhs would force amazon to feature higher prices to customers oddly going against core objectives of antitrust law, attorney general bonta says half of every dollar spent online in the u. s. goes to amazon. brooks jarocz ktvu, fox two news. okay i hope you have a nice day out there today. beautiful mild. the cool weather . we had temperatures today. like these behind me, generally in the seventies couple of low
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eighties but much cooler than last week, which was just all time right this week. a whole another another animal 77 in santa rosa dei 79 in san rafael highs tomorrow about the same that's thursday friday. got the same saturday school, maybe a little cooler. and then sunday, we got that opportunity for some showers. so the upshot to all this is their qualities. money the fire dangers way down that you do to the higher humidities. even higher fuel moistures as these evenings create a little bit of do and we've got just a really nice break from what was last week's pretty pretty high energy stuff with all that heat , so this is a long range model. it's going to click all the way through to friday saturday and then sunday, you'll see the rain come in. okay so here comes a lot going on in. here it comes. and that low sets up and that it looks pretty good. i was just talking to mark their in the back, and, uh it looks like you know, the rain accumulations on
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this could be a pretty good, you know, half inch, maybe an inch. maybe i mean, i'm hoping but that that would be really early on. when i was talking about last night, it looked like a few sprinkles. few showers. but right now, the latest model runs are very pretty aggressive with this weather system. might help out the mosquito fire to we'll see it. it's got to get a little further east to do that, but, um, hopefully that happens and boy, i'll tell you what would be great greater than that than they have entered a half inch of rain in the height of our fire. danger right season increase your your small, low your fuel moistures. you're going to really help things out in terms of keeping fire from really spreading. forecast overnight lows. look at santa rosa down at 49 degrees that's starting to feel a little bit like fall when we aren't that fall, really from the autumnal equinox. the forecast highs tomorrow. yellows are seventies, and that's what you're going to see a bunch of nice day for your trsday and then friday will be pretty similar. we'll take a look at it in a minute here. these are the forecast highs for tomorrow. 80
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in fairfield, 78 in antioch and just perfect. and what you kind of start to see here too, is this time? you're when you get into fall the microclimates wash out a little bit so 74 alejo meets 72 san mateo that can often be a 20 or 30 degrees spread from san mateo to vallejo. but in this case, you know this kind of pattern. fall pattern microclimates kind of flatten out which is what they you know, you know, typical fall. here we go. mild mild, mild saturday. clouds sunday showers monday showers looks like sunday night into monday is the best opportunity for rain. we'll see how that goes. the next model run comes off a little while but look at those tonight 11 rain. come on in. thank you, bill. the san francisco school board is holding a special meeting in less than an hour to discuss what to do about. it's problematic payroll system. this new system was put in place at the start of the year, and there have been hundreds of complaints about underpayments or in some cases, no payments. the system has already cost the district $14 million, and it could cost another three million more just to fix it. the board is expected
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to vote to approve that tonight , with the money coming from salaries for staff positions that remain unfilled. 49 years. george kittle is making progress on his injury, but he still wasn't at practice today with the rest of the team has to say about preparing for sunday's game against the seattle seahawks. here is a look at tonight's lineup right here on ktvu fox show you can catch master chef tonight at eight o'clock, followed by monarch at nine and then be sure to join us for the 10 and 11 o'clock news. want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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another priced wines has died. fred franzia co founded bronco wine in the early seventies. the company is best known for reviving the old charles shaw brand in 2002 and relaunching it as two buck chuck. the wine was sold at trader joe's for a dollar, 99 became an instant hit, moving nearly two million cases in its first year, according to the company. francia was once asked how he could sell wine cheaper than a bottle of water, he replied. they're overcharging for water. frank francia was 79 years old. a light earthquake struck santa rosa about the same time last night, actually, a pair of
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earthquakes and an early warning system is credited with alerting people that the ground was about to shake. ktvu sally rasmus explains how it works. and training alina roles was recording this video for a beauty school assignment. when the rumbling started, i thought that it was like cars driving by or like, just like it was like, unbelievable, like the noise that it like made when the ground starts shaking. you see her put her arm around her client in the video as they rushed to find cover. i forgot that i was even recording and then i went back to go watch it , and i got it on video video that captured the moment. the 4.4 quake struck santa rosa shortly after 6 30 tuesday evening 40. seconds later, a 4.3 magnitude aftershock hit. point there was no major damage or injuries, but it was strong enough to knock things off shelves, bust open pipes and
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cracked ceilings. the quakes left a message at sam's market in santa rosa in their surveillance video. it looks like an invisible hands. sweeps across wiping dozens of liquor bottles right off the shelves. all said. my phone just went crazy seconds before the shaking started. patrick burke got an alert on his phone. he has the my shake app and knew the quake was coming. it worked exactly how it was. it was probably probably gave me at least 10 seconds. we can definitely give people enough warnings so that they can drop cover and hold on. that's that's the goal. angela lux is the project scientist for the early alert warning system at the uc berkeley seismology lab, the warning systems based on a network of underground sensors across the west coast being able to detect really tiny little ground motions much more sensitive than we can feel, and so they can feel those initial waves coming from the earth week and then we can use that to create this alert. the more awareness that we can get about this project, i think the better to be better prepared the next time the ground starts shaking.
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in santa rosa erasmus ktvu fox two news 49ers are preparing for their home opener against the seattle seahawks out at levi stadium. the niners were out there on the practice field today in santa clara, one of the players not practicing, though, was tied and george kittle. he missed the game against the bears with the groin injury at coach kyle shanahan says kittle has made a lot of progress, but he will miss week two's game as well. other players said today that they're going to be ready to play those seahawks in front of a pact levi stadium. a lot of excitement. yeah, a lot of excitement to get in front of our fans. and get it going, you know, fit feeling that have to be in a hostile environment will be a lot of fun game and every time we go against seattle, so i never expected anything different for all the years that i've been here, it's been pretty tough, pretty close. alright the seahawks niners game kicks off one o'clock sunday afternoon and you can watch it right here on ktvu box to the giants out of
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matinee today out of the ballpark in san francisco with those atlanta braves, the giants had another good outing from picture carlos were done. he surrendered only one run and struck out eight and five frames. the giants also had some big hits. from the bottom half of the lineup capture austin wins at a couple of heads and drove in three giants grabbed the series with this 421 win tomorrow, and then it's the dodgers, who come to town on friday for a three game weekend series. the oakland a's are playing the rangers right now and then tomorrow they're actually going to be in houston taking on the astros, and you can watch that game right here on ktvu channel two, or 45 and six pm newscast will be airing on ktvu. plus tomorrow night, the american conservatory theater into san francisco will kick off its season tomorrow. with the show called passengers. it's directed and choreographed bye, baby area native sheena carol passengers follows nine strangers on board a train and features the canadian circus arts troupe, the seven fingers singing, dancing and doing
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acrobatics earlier today on the floor. we spoke with the director about her inspiration for the show. well i grew up in berkeley and, in fact growing up, i always loved the sound of the train that we hear sort of right close to the water. and sort of all my life felt like trains were kind of symbolic of it was sort of a pump promise of the future and adventures and unknown lands time, sort of nostalgic, um, reference to old eras in the past. passengers opened friday and runs through october. 9th at act or a ct in san francisco. well if you really love pizza, you don't have to fly to italy to get it. you don't even need to leave the bay area. pretty good pizza in talent. that's right. and italian food site just released its list of the world's 100 top. pizza shops. number one on that list is a restaurant that's just outside of naples, italy. okay well, how about number 10? that's when we
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talk about the bay area. it's tony's pizza, noble adana on stockton street in san francisco , and you know what? it's won numerous awards and is pretty famous actually, for the margherita pizza. if you like a margherita pizza, that's the place to go. as well as the savory cowl italiana number 89 on this list, by the way, is dope eo zero, which does have restaurants not only in san francisco but also in the east bay in concord and mountain view as well, just looking at the video, julie i don't know that's our dinner time pizza. i'm impressed with how you read those names that, but you know, i like, uh, i'm not a dying at all but italiano. i like the thin crust pizza. don't you love it all, julie, i'm just gonna be honest, then back, all of it. it's all great list to try it sometime. thanks for watching everybody. we'll see you back here at 10 o'clock tonight. news continues right now at seven over on ktvu. plus with alex and
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