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everyone. i'm mike mibach julie julie haener. here is what we have learned. police are searching for three people in connection with the shooting. all six victims are connected to the schools to our students. one is a counselor. one a security guard and two others work at the schools on fontaine street. three of them are now in the hospital to still in serious condition, and authorities say the attack was most likely gang related. we have live team coverage tonight. our crime reporter henry lee has the latest on the victims, but we begin with ktvu s. brooks jarocz who joins us now live from the king of state's campus in oakland, where classes have been canceled for the immediate future. brooks it's been quiet out here. we haven't seen hardly anyone. but we now know that there are at least two shooters and an accomplice that were caught on camera on this very campus that ridsdale high now what we're told, is that those three individuals, possibly more are affiliated with a group or a gang. and they came here went
through the front door, identified their target and then just started shooting. oakland police now say a conflict between a group and a gang led to the mass shooting at the king of state's campus on fontaine street wednesday, it appears that the shooters came into the front entry of the school. they identified an individual or individuals that they were looking target and they begin to fire investigators don't get know who they were specifically targeting. but they say at least two shooters, maybe more used handguns with illegal extended magazines there. identity is still not known. we also know that there were over 30 rounds fired on this campus. that is wholly unacceptable. we thank god that many more students were not injured as a result of this action, the chief says officers wasted no time going room by room, breaching classroom doors . we learned all six adults shot or connected to the school. two of the victims are students. one
is a counselor, one a security guard. the other two employees. three of them are still in the hospital following yet another incident of gun violence in oakland. we will provide healing. and support and continue to work to change the conditions both at the community level and the individual level. to ensure that people do not result to violence. this shooting has raised questions about school security. police are unsure if the front school doors were unlocked or wide open . the school district commended teachers and staffs quick thinking to lockdown classrooms at the staff, especially but also the students acted heroically yesterday in getting the situation to a point where the people who are not directly affected, not injured, were protected and safe campus. will stay closed, at least for now. the key focus for investigators is reviewing video and other evidence to figure out who these shooting suspects are and the gang they may be tied to. we
believe that this is related to ongoing conflicts in our city that is driven violence. throughout our city, and we'll continue to follow up on leads to identify those responsible. chief. armstrong did say today that back in august three responded to another incident at this campus that did involve a firearm and an arrest. but in this case from yesterday, there were no indications or warnings or threats to the shooting may occur. school officials tell us the campus will remain closed because there's been a lot of damage and repairs have to be made. following that shooting and subsequent search. for now, reporting live in oakland, brooks jarocz ktvu fox two news brooks just to clarify you said they actually got inside the school and they were targeting one person or multiple people. the only thing that police would say is that they identified a target who that is, we're unsure, but they did get inside
the school, but not deep inside the school is how the chief referred to it. you know, it's been quiet around here today. we haven't seen any investigators but we did just see moments ago . someone drop off some flowers at the front entrance. just a terrifying situation. when you hear 30 rounds were went off yesterday inside of school. brooks thank you. and tonight we are learning more about the six victims, all of whom do have ties to the campus or the district. ktvu crime reporter henry lee live in the newsroom tonight with that part of the story, henry. these victims weren't the intended targets of the shooters. i reach out to one of the victims. he's a school district carpenter. i was just doing his job when the shots rang out. the six adults shot and wounded at ridsdel high school in east oakland, where the innocent victims of a gang related shooting at least two people fired upwards of 30 shots on the campus. we do believe that there was an intended target. we do believe that the individuals that were shot, uh, were not the targets, oakland
police chief laurent armstrong says. it's unclear who the shooters were gunning for when they breach the entrance of the school and opened fire on wednesday afternoon. we're trying to determine which individual that they were targeting, but we do know that they were coming up there intending, uh, to take some violent action against someone. police say all the gunshot victims have ties to the school or district two are in critical but stable condition and a third is expected to be okay. three other victims have been released from a second hospital. two of the victims are students. one is a counselor. one is a security guard and two others work at the school. one of the victims is school district carpenter jason arbuckle. he tells me he was just working at the school. when he was shot in the head. the bullet grazed the scalp and nicked the bone in text messages from his hospital bed. arbuckle told me i'm good and alive and at the moment i am in the hustle and bustle, doing my best to get the heck out of this place. now
the focus will also be on helping the victims, students and staff to heal with the help of community advocates use uprising. ucsf benioff children's hospital for stepping up ready to help support with mental health care and other forms of support for all the people that really needed. now that carpenter who was shot tells me his motto now is live your best life because he's lucky to be alive. authorities would not say whether the two victims still in critical but stable condition our students, but all six who were shot or adults. mike alright, henry lee live in the newsroom tonight, henry. thank you for that with three months to go here, highland hospital in oakland is on pace to see more gunshot victims compared to last year, 514 so far this year last year there were 547 total, and five years ago that number was 278 coming up tonight at 5 45 the call for change from highland hospital leaders. three of the 47 alameda county sheriff's deputies who were relieved of their law enforcement duties are
getting unsatisfactory, getting unsatisfactory marks on their psychological exams are now back on the job. a spokesman for the sheriff's office says the three deputies had received an unsuitable mark on their first psych exam, but it had been retested and passed the second time around that second test deemed them suitable to return to work and had been in their files all along, but the sheriff's office says it was overlooked. city leaders are planning to launch their own investigation now into the matter. we're gonna get a separate opinion, evaluate each of those individuals look at their history since they've been hired, that there has been any answer incidents. um all of those things and then make a determination on each of those individuals as to whether what the next steps are. the psychological exam, assesses things such as integrity, maturity and self control. the sheriff's office says more tests are being given. and if the deputies are deemed suitable moral be reinstated in the
coming days of the department of justice announced new charges against a former dublin prison officer john russell bell house stands accused of having sex with two more incarcerated women at the federal facility. bell house has already been charged with having sex with one female inmate to which he has pleaded not guilty. prosecutors allege that he engaged in sexual activity with the women in the prison safety office. an additional four prison officials have also been charged with sex crimes. this as the new director of the bureau of prisons announced changes within the prison system, including at fc, i dublin are coming you can watch ktvu special, powerless in prison to hear from the women speaking out against these officers, you can find it on our website at ktvu .com and on the ktvu youtube page. i'm getting. important stuff. my paperwork. my husband's personal things. um
because i lost him two months ago. and now i've lost my only home. find it up. heartbreak after a hurricane in is swamping southwest florida debris as you can see, scattered everywhere homes reduced to rubble and heavy rains are forcing water rescues that began before daybreak. box news madeline rivera joins us now live from fort myers, florida tonight where residents are learning whether they still have a home, madeline. julie you don't have to go far here in fort myers to find some sort of damage. almost anywhere you turn. you'll find down trees down power lines, debris mud on the streets. people here say they're still processing the devastation left behind by hurricane ian. i'm in awe over such destruction. it's just it's horrible here, carving a path of destruction along florida's gulf coast. after
making landfall wednesday as a category four hurricane. now millions remain without power and florida as search and rescue efforts are underway to help those who did not make it out in time. evacuated. step out of your front door, calling the damage in areas like fort myers catastrophic, with president biden, saying ian could be the deadliest storm in florida's history president approving a major disaster declaration for florida, freeing up for recovery efforts, the federal government will cover 100. of the cost to clear debris and for all the cost of the state has to do has to engage in and expand to save lives. the storm makes its way out of the state, central florida has been slammed with flooding rains. meanwhile forecasters expect to regain hurricane strength ahead of its second landfall along the georgia and carolina coastlines
, people they're preparing for life for any storm surges, flooding and high winds. weather aware of that, and to take precautions now. to keep you and your family safe. and ford myers is under a curfew that kicked in at six pm local that's for safety reasons and to allow emergency personnel to do their work without any issues. julie and madeline just looking at the pictures, so much loss so much debris everywhere. people lost so much water rescues, search and recovery teams doing their part. but now as nightfall has arrived, what is the biggest priority? the biggest concern and challenge moving into the overnight hours there tonight? will this be will? this is a 24 7 operation, according to the governor, this is a 24 7 operation to search rescue and stabilize infrastructure, so we're going to see linemen out
here working to try and restore power for much of the state. that number has improved a little bit the highest numbers that we have seen throughout the last 24 hours or so i was a little more than two million people that has now dropped down to a little less than two million people. so certainly some progress there another priority for people here is communications, and that's why the governor says they are setting up at least 100 portable cell towers to help out with communication efforts here, too, so those are some of the main things that they are trying to address right now. julie still a very critical time there in florida, where you are for myers, madeline. thank you. and many floridians are describing the storm as catastrophic, especially there on the western side of the state. ktvu s tom baker has been keeping an eye on all those images coming out of florida. he joins us live with the latest on that part of the story. tom reality is and looking at hours and hours of videotape of the story. one begins to read between the lines. there can be no doubt
that florida's southwest gulf coast has suffered great damage , but look closer, and one cannot help but notice most building survived structurally. those are much easier and less expensive to repair and rehabilitate even many, but certainly not all trailer parks survived without being totally wiped out. tanya brown. joe manco is a structures failure expert for the u. s. national institute of standards and testing. i think i think this this hurricane while there is plenty of devastation, it really could have been a lot worse if it had happened somewhere else after hurricane andrew devastated florida 30 years ago, the state has continuously improved and upgraded hurricane building codes to where many homes though damaged, we're not flattened in florida is a model for the nation. professor carol friedland is at louisiana state university department of construction management, researching, analyzing and improving how hurricane winds and flood interact with
structures. i think it's a remarkable demonstration of some of the strengthening of the florida building codes. this most recent damage will be used to create even better codes as we continue to get better and builds better. structurally there's still a lot of things where i think there's an area for improvement. nonetheless coast living remains king developing much more along the coasts. and so we're putting more property more possessions at risk every year. many residents gambled on riding ian out. it's still not really a place that you want to be. it is a home, not a submarine. this could be the deadliest hurricane in florida's history. the numbers of still are still unclear, but we're hearing early reports of what may be substantial loss of life. and so the next chapter of this will be searchers going to both homes that are still intact and those that are destroyed and other
buildings. to begin the sad, mythological, methodical and grizzly task of recovering the bodies of some people who risked riding in out, and, as the president says, those losses look to be very substantial. tom baker, ktvu fox two news thank you for that, in our coverage of ian continues on air and online ktvu dot com. we are monitoring the latest development and of course we'll bring him to you. as we get them into the newsroom. and ian dropped down to a tropical storm. now it's a hurricane again. getting ready to make a second landfall. track that for you, plus, we'll look at your weekend forecast. not that far off now. fleet week 2022 is set to get underway and just a matter of days. i'm christian captain coming up. we'll tell you what you can expect this year. also ahead tonight in east bay, bart station shut down when smoke drifted through that station, the ordinary thing left in a trash can that caused the problem in dublin, also for women rescued and two brothels shut down in the south bay more
fleet week returned to the city by the bay from the ships on the water to those fighter jets in the air. the city is getting ready for the big crowds. ktvu christian captain live tonight. out at marina green, always prime real estate. i've been rolling down there since the high school days for fleet week. christian yeah. you know, this is the spot to be mike. and just a matter of days. as you said, this spot is going to be utterly transformed as five navy ships make their way into the san francisco bay and the planes take to the skies. in a week's time, san francisco's waterfront will be transformed by fleet week 2022. after the pandemic, it's back to the basics this
year. it's kind of business as usual, as you might say. organizers say. following the pandemic, huge crowds turned out for fleet week last year, and they're predicting big crowds again this year. we will have five navy ships right now is what's on schedule, plus coast guard ship. and they'll be open for tours down on the piers. the air show is going to be spectacular. we have two navy f 35 is coming in. the first time ever that the navy f 30 fives are coming into fleet. wait, everybody good speed guard will be patrolling the waters, making sure the bay is safe for all as members of the armed services. they say the recognition and support they see from the bay area means a lot. it's very touching, as you say, and very humbling to really see how the public really embraces its u. s armed services, especially the seagoing services as the city gears up for the festivities. san francisco police say they're preparing to protect the city.
potentially hundreds of thousands of visitors, tabletop exercises and preparation. so just some some scenarios with realistic catastrophes that may happen, so we are prepared. san francisco police are advising visitors that as they have in the past to use public transit, and they say that if you must drive in to watch fleet week be sure you don't leave any valuables in your vehicle. in fact, they're warning people who drive to clear any of the valuables out of their car. even before they arrive on scene. they say they don't want to have people rearranging their valuables in their car because sometimes there could be burglars. watching that activity who might take advantage of it. we're live in san francisco. christien kafton ktvu fox two news to report that but that is a good tip. alright, christian. thank you. former pg and e executives have agreed to a $117 million settlement in connection with two of california's most destructive wildfires, the 2017 north bay fires and the 2018
campfire. pg and e fire victim trust announced the settlement today in its lawsuit that accused the utilities, former directors and officers of lax oversight prior to the fires. a lawyer for the trust said the settlement would be used to pay most of the outstanding claims held by federal agencies that help battle the fires pg called the agreement another step forward in its efforts to resolve issues from before its 2019 bankruptcy right back now to the deadly hurricane ian images here of the powerful wind gusts carry on camera tipping over a semi truck. not going an rv over ripping right through this gas station and also downing dozens and dozens of power lines across the state in with downgraded to a tropical storm as it did leave the state. but now, once again, it's back to hurricane strength marin dad would check in with chief meteorologist bill martin. hey, bill. hey, mike. yeah, it just moved out back out over the water awhile ago or this morning, and as it did it, grab some of that warm water and strengthen back into a category
one hurricane. one of the things we're noticing. i'll show you this this, um satellite loop and you'll see the clouds. she was kind of pulling away here, so it's when, when hurricanes get further north, they start to fall apart. well, they more easily fall apart because the jet stream the upper level winds , that's where they reside in northern hemisphere down around the equator, where these things form they don't there's not really much of a jet stream. that's why they can form right. they'd be otherwise they can pull part where you can see it's getting pulled by the jet stream by the upper level winds. so it's going to speed up. it is still a hurricane. a lot of that moisture has been pulled away from the core and kind of see it streaming ahead. but the actual core of this system still has a lot of rain associated with it is still has winds over 75 miles an hour, and it's moving about 10 miles an hour. so with that, in mind, more problems for the carolinas north into, um into the appalachians and north of there, here is the story of 75 mile an hour wind so just barely account one stays category. born and then throws onshore around
south carolina, and you can see that's on friday for the most part. and it's going to be you know, it's going to be an issue as at least a tropical storm, probably a cat one hurricane landing in that area, so they're going to have some some of the typical problems and more rain coming and we were not disappointed in, um down in florida and we were disappointed was sad, but the amount of destruction and water and wind and everything that came with it. they're still counting up what has happened down there, and i think that's going to be as the days go on. we're going to find out what really happened and see more and more pictures. and as you heard the president say today, you know that the death toll seems to be potentially disastrous. just because i mean this thing was unprecedented the way it moved over that low lying, highly populated area. okay i showed you a live picture outside hurricanes become a hurricane again went from travel storm to hurricane our weekend is just around the corner. we are going to kind of mild temperatures coming on the weekend, so we'll talk about that marcy back here.
well thank you charging drug dealers with murder in the event of an overdose after the break the changes that could be coming to san francisco's crackdown on the illegal drug epidemic and coming up tonight at six. governor newsom says he is putting his feud with florida governor rhonda santa's aside the plans from california to help with the hurricane cleanup. california, mountains, oceans, natural wonders, diverse and creative people. but when the out-of-state corporations behind prop 27 look at california, they see nothing but suckers. they wrote prop 27 to give themselves 90% of the profits from online sports betting in california. other states get much more. why is prop 27 such a suckers deal for california? because the corporations didn't write it for us. they wrote it for themselves. there's a reason comcast business powers more businesses than any other provider. actually, there's a few... comcast business offers the fastest, reliable network... the protection of security edge... and the most reliable 5g network.
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face second degree murder charges, the statement reads. in part, quote, the level of death and misery on our streets is unacceptable. we have to send a strong message in the community and in the courtroom that we will not stand by and allow dealers to kill innocent people and those suffering from addiction, end quote. jenkins also says her office will seek to keep some suspected drug dealers in police custody before their trials begin, according to the san francisco chronicle, 474 people in the city died of a drug overdose last year, an increase of more than 2000% since 2016. i think it will have a drastic effect and wipe out drugs selling. i'm not that naive, and i don't think she is or the government is, but it will give them a another weapon or arrow when their quiver to use against drug dealers, one that hasn't been used in san francisco in the past couple of years, district attorneys in sonoma plaza in san bernardino counties have charged drug dealers with second degree murder. francisco was known as
being very laxed and the wonderful place to sell drugs. and the message she sending us nothing not going to be so friendly to you anymore. critics of the idea say it's a repeat of the tough on crime drug policies of the eighties and nineties that led to high incarceration rates and didn't solve the problem of addiction end the open air drug markets plaguing our city within minutes of the announcement, jenkins campaign office released a new ad touting her tougher sentences for drug dealers. opponents of these ideas say, adding second degree murder charges to some cases is a politic. tickle not practical solution. ali rasmus ktvu, fox two news. coming up the south bay community in shock after a task force makes not one but two sex trafficking bust evacuation emergency at an east bay bart station this afternoon, forcing first responders in and passengers out.
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the a hazmat incident that temporarily shut down operations . bart police closed the station around one o'clock this afternoon with employees and writers evacuated from the station. firefighters and hazmat crew did arrive on scene with employees delegate to view that smoke near the base of the escalators prompted the station closure. we later learned from sources at the scene that it was a battery left inside a trash can that was smoking. i understand like if it's hazardous for us to be in there
that they keep us waiting, but i'm just eager to go visit my family. the station was cleared and the platform reopened to writers around 2 30 this afternoon. for women have been rescued from two separate brothels operating in san jose ktvu. south bay reporter jesse gary live now police headquarters with the details on this police crackdown, jesse. julie the four women who were forced to work in the brothels are now in good hands and the alleged masterminds are behind bars. i think it's surprising for folks to think that human trafficking can occur in the 10th largest city in the united states, but it could happen at any time and anywhere, jose police say tuesday detectives with their trafficking task force raided two brothels, one located inside a neighborhood of high price to town homes and apartments on bastard street in the city's ryland park neighborhood. a lot of police cars i saw gentlemen it had him arrested right here. i'm totally shocked because if you look at
this neighborhood, you would never expect anything like that going on here. the second was shut down in the 500 block of winterberry way in west san jose , two men charged with running the brothels. one of the men was arrested for an unrelated outstanding warrant for sex trafficking. investigators say neighbors complaints led to the investigation and subsequent arrests. i think that this crime has always existed, and fortunately there's more efforts on behalf there's more chords. need an efforts to identify and address the sex trafficking. flores says the four women rescued from the brothels are victims of sex trafficking. and will require help for several years in order to heal shelter food and perhaps there's medical attention that's necessary. perhaps there's urgent legal issues. maybe the individual needs an emergency protective order, investigators say, while they've been able to shut down to brothels, others could crop up if there's not a vigilant effort to eradicate this crime if it is suspicious in the neighborhood. we hope folks will call it in. the district
attorney's office will file formal charges. in this case, investigators say, catching these two alleged brothel operators could lead to other suspects in other crimes live outside police headquarters here in san jose, jesse gary ktvu fox two news, we'll head back to you up in oakland, jesse thank you, teacher at hoover middle school in san jose, was arrested for inappropriate sexual communications with a 14 year old high school student. trade avante. owens was taken into custody sunday in hollister, the 29 year old was booked on suspicion of having inappropriate sexual communications over social media with a student at abraham lincoln high school that included soliciting inappropriate images from her school officials contacted police after receiving a tip that a current employee may have engaged in unacceptable behavior involving a student and update now on an escaped inmate from the marsh creek detention facility in clayton, the contra costa sheriff's office says. 28 year old jorge garcia s kimia is now back in custody.
he's being held in a martinez jail after authorities found him in a suburban in a hotel parking lot in pleasant hill. garcia ischemia and 33 year old inmate herard oh ramirez. vera escaped from the marsh creek earlier detention facility earlier this month. ramirez vera has also been apprehended. the family of a woman named trudy maxwell is suing atria park of san mateo. the 93 year old maxwell died after she was allegedly served toxic cleaning chemicals. the complaint says the senior living facility had a similar poisoning incident for you few days earlier but did not take corrective measures. the family says the facility was negligent and her death was avoidable. the family also said atria has not issued an apology yet, but is releasing misinformation instead , food workers out of san francisco international or back on the job after striking a deal for a raise workers at the airports, bars and restaurants, cafes and lounges. all walked off the job. on monday, nearly all of those businesses were
closed for three days, according to the union. they agreed on a tentative deal late last night with the airport restaurants. that deal includes raises and affordable health care for themselves and their families. full workforce will vote on the deal this coming sunday. prices have spiked again. but just in california, the state average is now 6 18 for a gallon of regular in the bay area. we're paying between 10 and 24, cents more. southern california is seeing prices around 6 26. a gallon of gas in sacramento is costing about $6.13 a gallon on wall street today renewed concerns over a possible recession contributed to stocks tumbling again. the dow jones dropped more than 450 points. nasdaq was also down, losing 314 and the s and p sink more than 2% to 3640 , hitting its lowest level since late 2020. the us economy shrank for the second. consecutive quarter. the commerce department today said the economy fell by 0.6. from april through june that matches the most recent
estimate, the first three months of the year saw the gross domestic product fall 1.6% 2 consecutive quarters of economic contraction is considered in informal marker for recession. many economists expect to see figures showing the gdp returned to growth in the third quarter. bigger show the u. s job market has remained strong first time jobless claims for the last week dropped by 16,000 to 193,000 that is the lowest level. since april. the figures suggest americans are benefiting from an unusually high level of job security. many analysts say that it's an indicator that the country is not yet in an economic downturn. well, things are getting tougher for people in the market to buy a house mortgage rates have gone up for the sixth consecutive week. fox news madison always shows us rates hit a number not seen in almost 15 years. home prices are slightly down, but rising mortgage rates are sending monthly payments soaring. the average monthly payment for homeowners is now over $2000 a
month. that's a 43.7% increase in cost from just one year ago. mortgage rates have hit 6.7% according to freddie mac, the first time that they have surpassed 6% since late 2008. it is putting some downward pressure on home prices, but not at the same pace that we are seeing rates go up. to put that in context if a buyer was to purchase a $400,000 home today, it would cost them around $760 more a month than it would have a year ago, when the interest rate on a 30 year mortgage was just 3.1% change has really raised the financial threshold for families to afford to buy their first home. this is moving home ownership. a little further out of reach, maybe delaying it a few years for you know, this families and their thirties. these um millennial household to have been trying to save up to buy that first home. these five areas have seen the greatest increase in monthly payments the
cost going up around 60% from just a year ago. the good news for homebuyers is that even though we are still in a housing deficit inventory is not moving quite as quickly in the days of waving inspections seem to be behind us in new york. i'm madison alworth fox business. suing over student loan forgiveness six dates go after president biden's plan, saying it costs too much. also another area now testing for algae to make sure the water is safe.
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administration to try and stop its plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of americans. the states accused the white house of overstepping its executive powers. it's at least the second legal challenge this week to the sweeping proposal laid out by president biden in late august, and now the president is scaling back his loan forgiveness plan. as those legal challenges begin to mount borrowers with income of less than $125,000 can qualify for up to $10,000 in debt forgiveness, the amount of relief rises to 20,000 for borrowers who meet the income limit and received a pell grant states are spending billions of dollars of federal pandemic relief funds on infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges and public buildings. the american rescue plan law signed by president biden last year provided $350 billion to states and local governments to respond to the coronavirus and to shore up their economies a review of reports submitted by states shows they are spending more of the on infrastructure projects than on public health purposes.
states are taking advantage of us treasury department rules that grant broad flexibility to spend money on almost any government services as an offset to reduced revenue growth. the wife of supreme court justice clarence thomas appeared for a voluntary interview with the house panel investigating the january 6th insurrection. for months, the committee has been wanting to speak with virginia thomas to learn more about her role in trying to help former president donald trump overturn his election defeat. she allegedly sent dozens of text messages to former white house chief of staff mark meadows about the election and also reportedly contacted lawmakers in arizona and wisconsin about reversing the results. the fbi search of donald trump's florida state has created a parallel special master process that has slowed the justice department's criminal investigation. it's also exposed simmering tensions between department prosecutors and lawyers for the former president. the investigation into the presence of top secret information at mara lago
continues but angry back and forth. in the past weeks, court filings have shown deep disagreements related to this special masters work. this is not the opened. i grew up in and i don't accept this and i'm willing to do what it takes to get us back to a community that cares in the wake of yesterday's school shooting leaders from highland hospital dementia change and a stop to the rising gun violence also, new images of the out of this world mission to potentially save earth from a future asteroid strike. they were checking in on the weekend forecast tomorrow's friday. we'll have a look at that and what you can expect. what's it like having xfinity internet with supersonic wifi? it's fast... like beyond-gig-speed fast. yeaaaaaaaaay!!! with three times the bandwidth, and the power to connect hundreds of devices at once. get the xfinity supersonic bundle with unlimited gig speed internet, wifi equipment included and a free 4k streaming box.
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two years. ktvu is greg lee sat down with the hospital's chief of trauma and the ceo of the alameda health system, and they're calling the gun violence of public health crisis. you're both fathers. what goes through your mind when you get the report that you're receiving victims from a school shooting when you hear about a school shooting? obviously the tensions go up a little bit, but i really think it's important to send the message that you know, regardless of what the situation is. we provide equal care every day to every patient that comes in with a gunshot wound. it does hit different when there is a school involved when their youth potentially involved but. the reality is this is what we do. we're the level one trauma center for the county, and this is not new news. and you're right. i am a father, and it's hard to think that anybody would think it's acceptable. the
perpetrate something like this in general, but around the school, you said this is not the oakland i grew up in. you called yourself a son of oakland, and you said something has changed. in your mind what has changed? the numbers don't lie. we have seen almost a doubling in the past two years over the amount of violent victims of crime that we're seeing in our trauma center. if you look at covid it disproportionately affected underserved communities. um, specifically oakland. and if you take that map and overlay it with a map of violence and specifically gun violence, they are almost the same map gun violence. also disproportionately affects underserved community and the two of them have been like gasoline. and fire. so what would be your message about what the community can do what they should do? and perhaps maybe this is a turning point. the high profile. shootings that
happen. ah, get everyone's attention. but we want everyone to know that this is happening every day. and that it's getting worse every day, and it is a public health. crisis. this is a public health crisis that needs to be addressed on the highest levels, half was had pulled together a number of leaders to talk about what can be done and she talked about, um, engaging the federal federal government in bringing in resources from the national level. i think that's right. i think it's correct, but i don't think that we can look to others to solve our problems. i think that we have to collectively as a community come together. and work together to make sure that nobody find this acceptable. and highland hospital offers several programs to help prevent gun violence and create pathways to addressing the root causes to watch this entire interview.
just go to our website ktvu .com . environmental health officials in santa cruz county are testing algae blooms in waterways to see if there is any threat to people or animals. they are looking for any toxins in the water ways that would pose a danger to anyone. these blooms can be caused by a combination of low water levels. warm temperatures and a rain event. officials are urging people to avoid contact with algae blooms and coastal lakes and lagoons. the county says these toxins can be fatal to pets, while health risk to humans could be respiratory or liver problems or even skin rashes. alrighty nice day out there today. very fall like and if you look behind me on this live picture out towards the windmills out by rio vista area past the eniac in pittsburgh, it looks like fall right in the bay area. you get good, clean water. you got the wetlands. the windmills are spinning lazily. we don't have a real robust onshore wind, but it's there and good air quality. nice day today and temperatures tomorrow today warmed temperatures tomorrow are
going to come up a few more degrees and consequently be the warmest day of the week and temperatures trend down from there, so big ridge of high pressure that's what we're kind of used to this time of year. and that's gonna let the fog kind of reform again tonight, and it's going to warm temperatures. so can we said so many ways, but it's gonna get warmer. mhm 60 88 today in santa rosa 89 tomorrow and then 82 in san jose. today 86 tomorrow 90 and conquered tomorrow 74 in san francisco so classic fall but again, we're not looking at red flag warnings and anything really severe, which is always a treat when you're in september late september and moving into october, you know doesn't like we know not seeing rain anytime soon. but hopefully something else comes in here in the next few weeks. here is a low pressure that called us off the last couple of days. it'll kind of moved on today. so that allowed us to warm a little and it goes a little further away in the high comes a little closer to us and temperatures warm, so we'll see low nineties in the
inland bay valleys tomorrow. it's gonna be nice temperatures in most cities will be the eighties. seventies eighties and then we'll see a few low nineties hotspot right now it is 19 fairfield. it's 84 in brentwood. and then along the coast, it's 67 in san francisco . that's pretty cool. so it's a little warmer today than yesterday. six degrees warmer, napa and fairfield and livermore overnight lows tonight like you'd expect a little bit of patchy fog in the morning, and then we warm up. so tomorrow is your day in terms of do you want to go do something outside and hang out at the beach? it's a really nice, warm day barbecue weather and those inland valleys even around the bay. it's barbecue weather tomorrow because it's going to be in the seventies and low eighties 80 or 90 and conquered 80 and oakland 81 hayward, and we're not expecting a big cool down, you know, big brush of sea breeze tomorrow night will be a little series, but not enough that it will knock down your barbecue and hayward and fremont 86 san jose tomorrow and then from there temperatures trend down a
little bit. you can kind of see it here so tomorrow at peaks and then it cools off a little on saturday and sunday and again stoked on this only because we're not dealing with extreme fire, danger, and here we are moving into october. i'll see you back here at six, then bill thank you to space telescopes captured this week's asteroid strike. it is the first planetary defense test of its kind. nasa released pictures today of the dramatic events seven million miles away from earth. the hubble and webb space telescopes captured the images. telescopes on all seven continents also watched as nasa's dart spacecraft slammed into the harmless space rock at 14,000 miles an hour in hopes of altering its orbit. nasa won't know how much the spacecraft nudged the asteroid for a couple of months yet the $325 million mission was launched last year. coming up tonight at six rescue teams from california making their way to florida to help with the aftermath of hurricane ian, as some people remain unaccounted for. also ahead
tonight, the strike at sfo is over what the agreement between food workers and their employers means for passengers plus russia looking to further destabilize eastern europe by annexing parts of occupied ukraine on friday. i'm trade ankston. what's it like having xfinity internet with supersonic wifi? it's fast... like beyond-gig-speed fast. yeaaaaaaaaay!!! with three times the bandwidth, and the power to connect hundreds of devices at once. get the xfinity supersonic bundle with unlimited gig speed internet, wifi equipment included and a free 4k streaming box. all for $50 a month with a 2 year internet rate guarantee and no annual contract when you add xfinity mobile with unlimited data. switch today!
commercial overturned in the east bay, sending £40,000 of scrap metal onto owens drive in pleasanton. police posted pictures of the incident on social media with a reminder to secure equipment and drive carefully. investigators say it is fortunate no one was hurt when the driver of this vehicle made a reckless turn. russia plans to officially fold
conquered territory in ukraine into the russian federation tomorrow, but ukrainian officials say it won't stop them from retaking the territory represents an escalation of the seven month war expected to isolate the kremlin. even further boxes tray yanks says more from keith preparations are underway in red square for a huge victory celebration on friday, russia, formally announcing it will annex parts of ukraine currently under its control a bold attempt to redraw the map and gain a foothold in eastern europe. as the russian military suffers losses on the battlefield. the west is condemning the move promising more sanctions against russia a threat shrugged off by vladimir putin. our opponents are prepared to expose anyone any country to turn it into the epicenter of a crisis to provoke a revolution and unleash a bloodbath. the russian military stepping up attacks on civilian targets ahead of the announcement, trying to slow down the ukrainian counter offensive as it moves into towns and cities to be in it behind the front lines. areas that had
escaped major attacks are now being hit hard with artillery and airstrikes. people suffered heavily. they're left with nothing without a roof, my soul aches and my heart cries. in addition to the sanctions, the white house also announcing a new military aid package worth $1.1 billion, hoping to send a signal to moscow. american arms will keep flowing regardless of the annexation. and on capitol hill, lawmakers are now floating the idea of invoking the defense production act to help speed up the process. tanks should be part of the mix, and i hope somewhere in the coming days, we can do something to provide more modern tanks. the ukrainian defense forces russian state tv now airing in on screen clock counting down the hours until putin signs the annexation papers in keith tree angst, fox news this is ktvu fox. two news at six investigators looking for new leads after a shooting on an oakland school campus that left six people hurt city leaders now coming together to condemn the latest case of gun violence in
oakland. we will do what we do best here in oakland, california , and that is wrap our arms around these communities that have been traumatized by yet another. incident. of senseless gun violence. today we did learn that police are on the hunt for two people who fired dozens of bullets on that campus. good evening, everyone. i'm mike mibach julie julie haener. police also say they believe the shooting was gang related. we've also learned more about the victims today, three of whom have been released from the hospital. ktvu brooks jarocz begins our coverage tonight with the latest on the investigation. oakland police now say a conflict between a group and a gang led to the mass shooting at the king of state's campus on fun teen street wednesday. it appears that the shooters came into the front entry of the school. they identified an individual or individuals that they were looking target and
they begin to fire investigators don't get know who they were specifically targeting. but they say at least two shooters, maybe more used handguns with illegal extended magazines there. identity is still not known. we also know that there were over 30 rounds fired on this campus. that is wholly unacceptable. we thank god that many more students were not injured as a result of this action, the chief says officers wasted no time going room by room, breaching classroom doors. we learned all six adults shot or connected to the school. two of the victims are students. one is a counselor , one a security guard. the other two employees. three of them are still in the hospital following yet another incident of gun violence in oakland. we will provide healing. and support and continue to work to change the conditions both at the community level and the individual level. to ensure that people do not result to violence