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out restaurant shut down by a bay area health department. the new information we're learning about the east bay location and the mixed reaction from customers plus governor newsom rolls up his sleeve and gets a booster shot his message now that boosters are beginning to roll out to the general public. and new information surrounding the deadly shooting on a movie set in new mexico. the pieces of evidence now being examined the news at noon starts now. this is ktvu fox two news at noon. good afternoon. i'm claudine wang. infer mike mibach. good afternoon. i'm gasia mikaelian new at noon here. the pleasant hill in and out. location is partially back open right now, after it was shut down by the health department for violating contra costa counties vaccine mandate. the drive through his back open indoor dining is still closed to whether in and outs have been cited for similar violations. as ktvu jana katsuyama reports, the burger chain had been warned repeatedly. customers looking
for a bergen fries found locked doors and lights out instead, at the in and out burger in pleasant hill. in fact, employees and customers, so it's this is a local hospital for this town hotspot now in hot water with the contra costa county environmental health department. health officials suspended the restaurants commercial food permit, saying quote, despite repeated notices of violation and find this business continued to permit indoor dining on site without verifying the covid-19 vaccination status or recent negative test results of customers. my opinion is. i think it's you know our body our choice, so i kind of really and with them. they need to follow the rules. and this is this is i mean, this covers everybody. something very serious. in and out. burger issued a statement saying it wanted all customers to feel welcome and quote re refused to become the vaccination police for any government. this is clear governmental overreach
and is intrusive, improper and offensive. it's a challenge for companies like in and out that are located in states all across the country. you see high school of business professor and associate dean. jennifer chapman is an expert in management. she says the nation's divisions over vaccine mandates. have companies nationwide, making decisions about what their brands represent. and in and out burger, a private family business with a history of taking conservative, religious and political stands in some way, it's a sign of the times the fact that people are. you know, either more inclined to, um to visit in and out burger as a result of this action or less inclined to do so, i think is a real reflection on the state of the country right now, the county says two other in and out burger locations also received notices of violation one in pinole and one in san ramon. the san ramon location received a $250 fine. in pleasant hill, jana katsuyama. ktvu, fox two news. well.
california health officials spoke out about the rollout of the covid vaccine for children now that the shot appears to be on the path for approval next week. ktvu is ali rassmann's joins us live to explain what the state's top doctors had to say about this vaccine for children. well clad in california will have 1.2 million doses of the pfizer vaccine for children available the first week. those shots are approved. state health officials say many providers have already pre ordered their doses, and california's department of public health is ready to help distribute them as soon as the shots are available and approved for children ages 5 to 11 years old now that approval is expected by late next week, possibly. as soon as next wednesday or thursday. that's when the centers for disease control's vaccine panel will meet and vote on giving emergency use authorization for the shots. they are expected to approve it. now. the kid's dose is about a third of the dose adults get. in the pfizer vaccine, and medical experts say there are other things about it that make it customized and safer for children. it's a different formulation. it's a smaller
dose and different vials. the other nice thing about this new formulation is there's it can last longer, and refrigerators doesn't have to have the same kind of ultra cold storage that prior formulations did. we are as mentioned, there are providers that are pre ordering already and. the goal is to pre position as early as early next week. and as soon as, uh. as soon as there is further cdc recommendations and western states recommendations, then providers in california can begin administering. state health officials say getting this younger group of kids vaccinated will allow them to return to normal life and will allow families to gather worry free during the winter holidays, however, when it comes to indoor masking in schools, dr mark galli says that the current rules will stay in place. throughout the winter months, even after children are fully vaccinated. not only in schools but in other areas where there are requirements. we are maintaining those through the next three weeks a couple of months so we can get through. uh pretty tailing
being a period that was very challenging. dr ghali says, even in places with high vaccination rates, they're expecting covid cases to rise this winter. he said that after the winter months and he didn't give him more specific date beyond that, so we don't know if he's talking about end of january or february. california department. public health will look at some of the metrics to possibly drop the indoor mask mandates for students. that criteria, he said, would likely include things like vaccination rates, hospitalization and covid case rates live in the newsroom. ali rasmus ktvu. box two news. well, the cdc is now recommending a second booster shot for some americans, the agency says certain people with weakened immune systems could benefit from 1/4 dose of either the pfizer and moderna vaccines. and they point to studies that show people with compromised immune systems are 400 times more likely to be hospitalized with covid even with three doses of the vaccine 1/4 dose, what amounts to a second booster would be administered six months after the first booster. and governor
newsom did receive a madonna covid booster shot this morning. oakland he mixed and matched with his johnson and johnson vaccination. the governor was at the asian health services center, and his visit is part of the state's ongoing efforts to increase vaccination rates. and promote booster shots for eligible people. we know that ticket out of this pandemic is getting these booster shots and getting the unvaccinated vaccinated. and we still have more work to do. that's why we led and continue to lead the nation in terms of doing that for all eligible students in our k through 12 education system, and that's why we leaned in. 5 to 11 once full fda authorization goes into effect. oakland mayor libby chef also received her booster shot this morning so far over 53 million doses of covid-19 vaccine have been administered here in california, which is more than any other state. more details are expected about the oakland unified school district covid-19 vaccine mandate for
students in september, the oakland school board voted to require that students ages 12 and up the fully vaccinated in order to come on campus. today the board will debate several topics, including exemptions to the mandate. they'll also talk about delaying the date for when enforcement of the mandate would begin from january until august of next year. a move by the alameda county board of supervisors last night is bringing new hope to the possibility that the oakland a's will stay in oakland. ktvu is excess reports, the board approved a motion to support a new ballpark for the team. keeping that would definitely be a big boost the spirits of our community lifelong a's fan, many elastica just learning about tuesday evening's vote by the alameda county board of supervisors, the 4 to 1 non binding decision in favor of helping to fund the a's new ballpark project fans now with renewed hope that the a's may just stick around, you know, i think it's good for the community. um i think it's great to have a team or any kind of. thing like that for
the community rally around the a's of proposed building the ballpark it howard terminal near jacqueline and square as part of a $12 billion project at the site, the a's would foot the bill for the stadium. the city of oakland and alameda county would then pay for the projects surrounding the stadium through a share of generated property tax dollars. board president keith carson. the lone no vote tuesday evening, and i got to believe there are other ways in which they can come to the financing on this deal. so i know this is none binding in terms of what you're saying. but we know let's just be honest with each other. once we take a political, none binding position, it's almost impossible for us to take that back. as for the east oakland stadium, allianz, the sticking point remains the location. a group of businesses, unions and workers at the port who say the project will hurt their livelihoods are our alliance is a coalition of folks that want to see the is stay in oakland. um we want to
see them build at the coliseum. we think that's the real win win for the city. meanwhile one of the stadiums biggest backers oakland mayor libby chef calling the decision a quote historic action that creates a clear path to keep the a's rooted in oakland. and as for the oakland a's they say they won't be releasing any public statements on this until after the world series wraps up. they say that time they'll also be releasing a list of possible relocation sites in oakland. zach sauce, ktvu fox two news. with the santa fe district attorney says she will file charges in the deadly movie set shooting if the facts support criminal negligence. during a press conference this morning, the santa fe county sheriff confirmed a lead bullet was fired on the set of the movie rust. last week, and assistant director handed actor alec baldwin a gun and indicated it was safe by yelling cold gun. baldwin fired the gun while rehearsing, killing the cinematographer. but the d a, says police are still gathering evidence. i am a prosecutor
that was elected, in part because i do not make rash decisions, and i do not rush to judgment. i rely on facts supported by evidence, cooperative and credible witnesses, and i cannot stress the importance of allowing the santa fe county sheriff's office to continue with their quality investigation. that is both serious and complex. 42 year old halina hutchins was killed. the director, bay area native joel joel souza, was injured by what investigators believe to be the same bullet, the sheriff says 500 rounds of ammunition, a mix of blanks, dummy rounds and live rounds were found. and rumors of target practice on the set are being investigated still to come at noon, family friendly experience for parents who fly out of san jose's mineta airport. look at the new educational play space that opens today. plus. a powerful nor easter least tho new englanders in the dark. i
nunley reports the region could see even more rain later in the week. the season's first northeaster continues its trek of the atlantic coast, stirring up strong winds and leaving thousands of people in new england without power. it's coming through the chimney so you can hear it. some parts of massachusetts all winds as high as 85 mph gusts, knocking over trees and power lines and spreading debris across roads. the storm is arriving before a lot of trees have shed their leaves, increasing the risk for branches to blow onto transmission lines. forecasters say winds are the main concern throughout today but another inch of rain could cause minor flooding on roads. we have storms in iowa, the straight line winds and we just don't have the ocean to go with it. we have the tornadoes to go with it this nor easter is in its final stages after barreling through new york and new jersey on tuesday, several inches of rain drenched the region and flooded some streets but spared the area from extensive damage. this system
arrived just weeks after hurricane ida left behind deadly flooding as a precaution. some schools and businesses closed. parents and school officials say they learned their lesson from ida. i don't think it matters if it's going to be really and windy, and it's dangerous to drive or walk or the school could be like inundated. i don't see the point. you push it in this situation. we didn't take any chances. we operate out of abundance, of course, but the northeast won't have long to dry out, though, with more rain expected friday on cape cod, massachusetts. i'm fox weathers. will nunley ktvu. fox two news. the genie is showing us some of the damage caused by last weekend's big storm in woodside crews had to repair two powerful three polls were leading on kings mountain road. san mateo county, hit very hard by the storm. pg and e says that power outages continue in a number of remote areas. there is a lot of damage in this area because of vegetation. we have to remove those trees those branches before we can ev start repairs. pg and e is
working to restore power to hundreds of homes and businesses in san mateo and santa clara county. now it's time to check in with ktvu meteorologists mark tamayo for a look at how it's looking outside. we got sunshine where we are, mark. looks like you got it where you are, too. yes, that's right, claudine. good afternoon to you what to you. and yeah, lots of sunshine back in the forecast for today, in fact, a bit of a warming trend, so we continue to kind of clean up after the major atmospheric river that moved into a northern california and the bay area last sunday and into monday. we need the rainfall, but we definitely need the brakes as well. especially when you get that much rain and one system in one day take a look at the rainfall is particularly the graphics showing you the rainfall, least statistics very early in the rainfall season, so probably never be able to show graphic. like this, with those percent of averages really amplified santa rosa. over 700% of average, you can see oakland 641% of average, but i will tell you with each passing day. these numbers go
down quite a bit at least the percent of averages, so it's still early it's a nice start to the iranian season, but we had a lot more rain. hopefully, that could happen over the coming months as we head into winter current numbers right now san francisco checking in 64, santa rosa, 61 lower seventies and fairfield inn san jose in the upper sixties. here's our satellite where you can see if you clouds moving into northern california. and even if you want a little bit of a shower activity up on the north coast of california, but not too much as we check out our satellite right now we have mostly sunny skies. maybe. still some patchy cloud cover up in portions of the north bay and right around the shoreline as we come in closer lake tahoe right now, current temperatures in the upper forties to lower fifties lots of clear skies out toward the lake. in fact, look at this beautiful camera. looking out from south lake tahoe this afternoon the snowcapped mountains a typically you know we'd be waiting for you know the snow seasons to start at least the ski season. but as you know, up house aides, uh, we're opening opening up this friday with the nice early start, and hopefully
we can have some more starts as we as we head into the next few weeks now, what about some rain chances here in northern california bay area? of course. we had the break right now. you can see what happens is we didn't have saturday. there's a chance we could have a light shower or sprinkle. first thing saturday morning. so the weekend we're definitely expecting some cloud cover cooler temperatures. and maybe that shower chance first thing saturday morning heading into halloween looks like still some lingering clouds. there is a slight chance of a shower on sunday, mainly by late sunday night and into monday and probably a better bet. that's michelle rhee activities. we start things off in the next week for monday. the overall weather pattern that area of low pressure kind of moving out of town. this area of high pressure wants to rebuild and this is the source of some warming for today, thursday and friday. so what is called a nice weather pattern with lots of sunshine out there. as you can see, we are in the clear for today. we could have a few clouds of the coastline tomorrow and here at least part of the coast and then in the friday, starting off with some clouds and clearing out into the afternoon hours
temperatures this afternoon. it's a nice one out their sixties and seventies and as we take a look ahead here. or sunshine for your thursday we'll call it nice for your friday and then into the weekend, the possibility of a few sprinkles saturday morning. and then that slight chance of a shower in the sunday and of course, that's the important halloween forecast, and we'll get some more details that as we head toward the sunday hopefully we can hold off on those sprinkles, maybe until late sunday night and into monday. okay sounds good. thanks so much mark. well still to come at noon, a sex offender could soon be living in east palo alto up next. the pushback from neighbors who say the home where he could be living. is too close to schools and churches.
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living in an east palo alto neighborhood. but as ktvu azenith smith reports, people who live in that neighborhood are protesting the placement. we have a new person coming in. with the worst background people living in this east palo alto neighborhood, finding out who their new neighbor could be. i'm pretty sure of the you know, hispanic community finds out about this. we're not gonna want our children to be out here late at night. this is 60 year old lamar johnson, pictured on the megan's law website. police say he was convicted in 1984 and 1992 for raping three victims sentenced to 36 years in prison police provided an updated photo on this flyer. it's not up to us.
a judge here in city or in the county of san mateo county has decided that the house in east palo alto is adequate for this individual. police say johnson's victims ranged in age from 15 to 40 years old johnson is from menlo park with no ties to the community. so why east palo alto? yes i was here i was even not on the street, protesting. the city's vice mayor, was among those who protested outside the same home back in 2000 and nine when repeat rapists. donald robinson moved in, neighbors say robinson moved down a few weeks ago, leaving a vacancy. it's irresponsible to place people. such as him. in any community. particularly those that are densely populated. in the state. and the judicial system needs to come up with an alternative neighbors admit they had no problems with robinson. they say. a man in his sixties rents the home. we
ring the doorbell. no one answered for my daughters and not like it. say mommy is some dangerous. this couple moved in next door two years ago, they had no idea. the home housed with the state classified as a sexually violent predator. the home several 100 ft, away from six schools to churches and airbnb rentals, this neighbor volunteering to pass out flyers east paul also has come a long way. for us to be feeling again with fear. azenith smith ktvu, fox two news. court was canceled today for the federal fraud trial of theranos founder elizabeth holmes. the courthouse was closed this morning because of a broken water main nearby that left the building without power. excuse me without water. holmes was in the courtroom briefly but left after the judge announced the