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grateful that her one year old daughter is back home after a woman stole the family's suv with the little girl inside. that woman is now in custody. i am speechless. there's nothing i could say to him very angry and upset towards her, and i just don't understand why it happened at about 5 45 thursday afternoon near an auto body shop in pittsburgh. in this surveillance video, you see the girl's father making a u turn into chevy taho. he pulls over to talk to another man. and then here you see a woman approach, police say she asked the two men for a cigarette, then suddenly got into the tahoe. he went to check on the baby, and as he checked on her, the lady hopped in the truck and took off with the drink. here. you see the father running after the suv. the woman dumped the tahoe at a nearby apartment complex. neighbors called police less than two hours after the kidnapping. it was parked here for about an hour. i hear and then. one of the neighbors heard a baby crying and when they heard the baby crying, it flashed the lights and saw the baby. and when they saw the baby, they called the police. the girl was
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reunited with her family. thank you for literally all the hard work and just doing. their part in just bringing her home safel. just after midnight early frida, a witness spotted a woman matching the description. police arrested 24 year old natalie ayala in a second case at about 10 thursday night and conquered a four month old girl was kidnapped when someone stole a honda odyssey at a shopping centre, agnes hill valley road and clayton. the minivan was found a half hour later nearby with the infant insight unharmed. that baby girl was also reunited with family. the suspect was gone. concord police tell me it's unclear if the two incidents are connected. while it is very similar. we're not going to confirm any speculation on it we are pursuing all investigative leads. i reach out to the woman arrested in the pittsburgh case requesting a jailhouse interview, but she declined. in concord, henry lee ktvu fox two news there is now a $10,000 reward for information
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leading to an arrest in the murder of 23 month old jasper wou. he was hit by a bullet while riding in a car on interstate 80 last weekend. as ktvu is an rubin explains. authorities hope that money will be the incentive a witness needs to come forward. nearly a week has passed and still no arrest in the murder of 23 month old jasper wou. he was asleep in the back of his mother's car when he was struck by a bullet on interstate 8 80 today, his heart broken family released a statement. we are pleading for the shooters or anyone with information to come forward. so that a tragedy like this will never happen again to anyone. now oakland's chinatown chamber of commerce hopes a $10,000 reward might help. they're also looking at putting up a billboard explaining how to report a tip. so people can. see something say something, but most important, do something they believe community involvement would be the key to solving this case. we need
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people to feel remorseful for this family. we need people to feel empathy for what happened, and we need people to think about. what if this was a child of yours. oakland police chief says they're working with chp on the case but have little progress to announce so far. obviously we are follow up following up on some leads that we have, but there's still more work to be done. the chief is advocating for freeway cameras, saying they might have made a difference and city council members to say now is the time to embrace new ideas around safety. i want solutions that work. i don't want emotionally based solutions that people feel will make them safe. but don't actually make them safe. and that is the challenge of 2021. the chinatown chamber of commerce says more people have been coming forward to pledge money so that $10,000 reward will likely increase in the coming days. in oakland and ruben ktvu, fox two news. as we head into winter health officials are warning of a possible fifth covid surge cases
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are spiking in more than a dozen states and hospitalizations are on the rise as well. in colorado hospitals are so overwhelmed officials have enacted crisis standards of care. the national guard, helping staff, some hospitals and at least three fema medical search teams have been deployed, and on thursday, colorado's governor signed an executive order allowing booster shots for all adults in the state, saying it is the best way to bring infection rates down. really encourage everybody to get that third dose of the vaccine. i got mine and i'm 46 get it, no matter what your age. meanwhile the feds are making a big push to get kids to roll up their sleeves by the end of the weekend the cdc says. more than a million children ages, 5 to 11 will have gotten their first dose. well california is making sure that most people who want a covid booster shot can get one even though the cdc is restricting eligibility, the state's health department contacted healthcare providers telling them not to turn away adults who want a booster shot.
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and they said that anyone aged 18 or older should be able to self determine their risk and get a booster shot when they're ready, okay. tvs christian captain has more in details. how long it may take you to get an appointment. a rush is underway to get as many san franciscans vaccinated and boosted as quickly as possible. the city's public health department releasing new data, saying about 18% of kids 5 to 11 have received a covid vaccine and one in three seniors over the age of 65 has received their booster. public health officials are encouraging families to set appointments through their pediatricians for children, but are also preparing to vaccinate at the city schools. as for finding vaccine those have received a booster shot say the process was fairly easy, and i did just actually get a booster. my experience is that the wait times are about. two weeks in advance. i looked at multiple places, uh, that was at the local walgreens here, including cvs, as well as kaiser. i looked at all three places they all had
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availabilities, usually about two weeks out. search the city's major pharmacies yielded the same results about a week and a half to two weeks. wait for an appointment. i got it as soon as i can, because i want to go back to substituting. i'm a retired teacher, so i want to get back in the classroom. and so i went. bending appointment at cbs, and it was easy peasy family, saying they made the choice to protect themselves and their loved ones before the holidays. i got my booster because i want her to have antibodies. so if you were recently pregnant or breastfeeding, they let you sign up. and so i did. the city says at this point, it has no plans to reopen any mass vaccination sites. the department of public health currently sends out about a half dozen mobile vaccination clinics to those high risk individuals like those living in senior living facilities. the city is estimating that in about a week or two, they should be able to accommodate walk ins at department of public health sites as supplies increase in san francisco christian captain ktvu fox two news. well tonight, we know catholic schools in san francisco will not require
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students to get vaccinated. the archdiocese schools superintendent wrote an open letter to parents urging them to voice their opinions on the matter to lawmakers. that letter goes on to say local catholic schools will allow personal belief exemptions for students now part of the letter saying quote the archdiocese of san francisco was dedicated to balancing the need to protect the health of our students, teachers and staff. with the rights of parents to make decisions on issues vital to their children. officials at the ports of los angeles and long beach are seeing some signs of improvement when it comes to cargo supply. jim on the docks, but as foxes mario ramirez tells us, the number of container ships stuck off the board is still a major concern. the number of these ships waiting to unload at our local ports is the highest. it's been a new record this week of 111, compared to a record 17 ships waiting to anchor before the pandemic. all of us are finding randomly that things that we could always buy it a storage just regular supplies are missing. for redondo beach residents to hon gate, she's noticed the impact
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of the supply chain issues to her everyday life. i'm trying to order things for my family for christmas now because i hear about these issues and it's random. sometimes things arrive overnight, and sometimes things arrive a week or two later, but i think all of us are noticing that there is definitely a change in availability of things that we need for daily living. but like i say, the pain is really coming for people who aren't on low incomes. port officials say they are moving more of these shipping containers than they ever have before sitting on docks for an average of six days. it's going to be an expensive thanksgiving. turkey is not going to cause like the way it was. last month the two ports announced they would begin finding shipping companies $100 a day for every container left on the docks. and as a result, port officials say, the number of containers sitting at the dock for over nine days is down over 20% in just one week and early but promising sign that each link the chain is working to help move more goods through the ports. how long you've been working a big guy. meanwhile, the president's bipartisan infrastructure bill, which is expected to be signed monday, includes $17 billion for us ports, which the white house
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says will improve efficiency and reduce costs. what the bill we passed last week? and the steps we're taking to reduce bottlenecks at home and abroad. we're set to make significant progress. another factor helping move more of these cargo containers is around the clock operations. it's been nearly a month since the white house announced his plans to keep the ports open. 24 7. reporting from the port of l, a. and san pedro. i'm mario ramirez fox news. new car prices surged to a record high last month, buyers paid over sticker price and strong demand and limited supply in october, the average transaction price for new vehicles sold. in the u. s rose 12.9% year over year to about $46,000, according to kelley. blue book. industry experts say prices were boosted by higher luxury sales. and a preference for large suvs and pickup trucks. california is missing out on $12 billion in federal funding for public transportation because of a long dispute over changes to the state's public pension law. in
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2013. the state law changed california's public pension system, including making passions less generous for new employees. the labour department recently determined those changes were improper since they were imposed by law and not public employee unions. governor newsom has reached out to the u. s labor secretary asking for reversal. the fate of younis oldest active rail line will be decided in just a few weeks. the j church line was the first to resume service during the pandemic last december. almost a year later, it's still on a limited route that keeps it out of the market street subway and downtown san francisco. the sf mta board of directors will consider several options on december 7th fully restoring service keeping service, as is or restoring subway service only during evening hours. are coming up britney spears finally free tonight details on the end of her decade long conservative ship and for the first time in more than 18 months, she both space and science center is bac. open a look at the out of this world experience for visitors
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with the brand new exhibit. at a barrier weather as we head into the weekend. we're talking about some warmer temperatures, in fact, a few neighborhoods inching closer to 80 degrees, we'll have more on your forecast coming up. plus a recent surge of homicides in oakland, ktvu investigates just how many of these killings are being solved. ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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scrambling to respond, and just how many of these killings are being solved as something that ktvu investigative reporter evan sernoffsky looked into, he explains why solving cases is crucial in reducing violence. at night, these streets in oakland often become battle zones between warring groups where gunfire and death rage out of control. as a friday 119 people have been killed, a toll not seen in a decade, leaving residents and city leaders aghast a senseless act of
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violence in our community continues to sicken me, but part of stopping the bloodshed requires law enforcement to catch the killers. so just how many of these homicides are being solved? we asked oakland police for the numbers. of the 119 killings. so far this year 29 have been solved. police cleared an additional 11 cases from previous years. that's an overall 33% clearance rate. by comparison, san francisco has cleared 87% of homicides from just this year and, according to the state department of justice, california has averaged a 62% clearance rate over the last decade. every department would love for you to have 100% clearance rate. oakland police chief laurent armstrong pleaded with his community. at a press conference friday. he stressed that police can't do the work alone. i really think it's a joint effort that police will do everything we can with every resource we have. but at the end of the day, it really is community that has to say that this type of violence is not
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tolerable. the violence shows no signs of slowing down. three people were shot in a 10 hour span on wednesday and thursday. in another case thursday, police reported 198 shots fired on 89th avenue in east oakland, effective investigations that can quickly identify and bring to justice individuals involved in these events can reduce the potential for future retaliatory violence. eric pisa is a professor at john jay college in manhattan and the former chief crime analyst for the newark, new jersey police department. he said strong relationships between police and communities is essential for catching those perpetrators. we've seen firsthand the strained between police and american communities, particularly the communities that suffer from high crime rates. chief armstrong has pledged to try to mend that fractured relationship with so many communities that are suffering from this violence. in oakland, evan sernoffsky ktvu,
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fox two news. authorities say 25 year old man who was shot last month in san francisco, died from his injuries on tuesday. the death has been ruled a homicide. san francisco police officers responded to the area of buchanan and hate streets around 9 15 october 23rd. for reporter shots fired when they arrived, they found a vehicle that collided with a poll. the victim was in the driver's seat suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. no arrests have been made after more than a decade long conservative ship and a massive fan led movement. britney spears is finally free. today in los angeles judge ended the conservative ship that controlled her life and money for nearly 14 years. for the first time since 2000 and eight she is free to make her own medical, financial and personal decisions without court oversight. effective immediatel. conservatorship has been terminated as to both. the person and the estate. what's next for britney? and this is
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the first time that this could be said for about a decade is up to one person, brittany. in his statement, bernie's lawyer said that although her conservatorship was clearly corrupted by her father, james spears, jamie spears, further legal action against him will be ultimately up to britney herself. the barrier, whether we have still this dry weather pattern and a warm one as well, that will carry us into the weekend. in fact, a few neighborhoods could be inching closer to 80 degrees highs from the south afternoon. it was a nice friday after some dense pockets of fog and that dealing coring fog had some impact on the temperature as you can see how toward fairfield in antioch and conquered. in the sixties. if we do not, if we did not have that fog, those temperatures will be a lot warmer, widespread seventies, though, for the rest of the bay area for santa rosa san francisco mountain view in san jose in the mid seventies. here's the plan this weekend. we're going to bring in the fog once again tomorrow morning and some of the inland valleys more sunshine tomorrow afternoon. and
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then in the sunday, clearing skies with partly sunny conditions into the afternoon hours still fairly mild, you notice the rain remains absent from the barrier forecast. looks like we have the significant rainfall. up to our north up towards portland and seattle for us right now that if we check out some the current numbers for your friday evening, most areas in the upper fifties to the lower sixties for tonight, so it's kind of a mild. friday evening. here's a live camera looking out towards san francisco, where we do have mostly clear skies. but some patches of some fog will likely regroup overnight and just a heads up once again, especially out towards the central valley and some of the inland valleys. we will have some low visibilities. overnight lows will be in the forties and the fifties and start off your weekend and the pockets of fog out there making a comeback. forecast model of fact, is trying to pick up on that temperatures in the forties and the fifties into the afternoon hours. more sunshine temperatures in the mid sixties to the mid seventies by your saturday afternoon. and some more warm temperatures in the sunday forecast will have more on that coming up in a little bit. alright mark thank you that
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she both space and science center in oakland is now open again for the first time in more than 18 months, congresswoman barbara lee and assembly member mia bonta. we're at the ribbon cutting ceremony this morning to mark the reopening. the space in science center has new exhibits and a new nasa ames visitor center. the nasty experience exhibition is part of a partnership between nasa ames research center and szabo to bring more science and technology, engineering and math or stem learning opportunities to oakland school children. part of our partnership with nasa. we are going to deepen our learning everywhere initiative. there's opportunity here at the science center, but we believe it's critically important to get to where kids are, particularly if you have equity and access in mind. so pre pandemic we had already started working across oakland. in schools, public libraries studios. it's so important that our impact is here and outside our four walls they should both space and science center opened the public officially at five o'clock tonight and at 7 30 free telescope, ewing's will resume.
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coming up a federal judge grand jury that is returns an indictment against former trump advisor steve bannon. that is the charges related tv january 6th insurrection and president biden sits down with his cabinet ahead of monday's signing of the bipartisan infrastructure bill. his next challenge to get his his next challenge to get his spending bill passed. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ with chase security features, guidance and convenience, banking feels good.
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infrastructure bill will help their agencies but as he pushes
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forward with another spending bill, republicans are now pushing back foxes lauren blanchard in washington with more. the bill represents critical investments that are long overdue in our country, president biden sitting down with his cabinet ahead of monday's signing of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, do we do it right? we know what it will mean. we know what it will mean. it will create millions of new jobs will grow the economy plus announcing he will nominate former commissioner of the food and drug administration, dr robert, calif. to again lead the agency. but senator joe manchin, whose state has been hard hit by the opioid epidemic, says he opposes the nomination because of caliphs ties to the pharmaceutical industry. every senator can vote for against members or people who are nominated. that's their role, but. we feel he's a qualified person mansion remains an issue for the president in moving his larger social spending, build back, better bill forward. moderates want to know exactly what the bill will cost. the congressional budget office is
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scoring it, but it takes time. the white house says thanksgiving is congress's deadline. we're pretty far along on the build back better act. we have the votes for it. government dependency programs once they're turned on. are very, very difficult to turn of, so they just reduce the number of years by which they score it. that's just a budget gimmick. the president will head to new hampshire and michigan next week to continue his sales pitch for the infrastructure bill. in washington. lauren blanchard, fox news. vice president kamala harris spoke from paris this morning where she is on a diplomatic mission to repair the u. s relationship with france. the vice president said one of the issues she discussed with french president emmanuel macron was the importance of maintaining alliances. we talked about. the pandemic in the context of global health in the context of our need to prepare for the next pandemic. and what our two nations. have a moral obligation and responsibility to do. in terms of not only
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addressing the public health needs of our own citizens but participating. with our friends around the globe, and in particular, those that are most vulnerable and most in need. there has been tension between the u. s and france since a diplomatic clash over a submarine deal a federal grand jury today returning indictment against former trump advisor steve bannon for contempt of congress. bannon was charged with one count related to his refusal to appear for a deposition before congressional committee looking into the january 6th insurrection and another count related to his refusal to produce documents. each count carries a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of one year jail. bannon is reportedly expected to self surrender and appear in court on monday. americans are continuing to quit their jobs at record level since september, most left there either retire or drop out of the workforce or to work elsewhere. the labor department's job openings and labor turnover survey says. 4.4 million people
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quit their jobs, which amounts to about 3% of the nation's workforce. there were more than 11 million job openings in early november, according to job site indeed. well above the number of unemployed workers. coming up on ktvu news at 6 30 after a year off santa's are returning to bay area malls. why the big comeback, though maybe hitting a snack later in this newscast after the best regular season, the giants franchise history, san francisco decided to reward manager gabe kapler. sports director mark bonnie's has details on his new contract extension. but first how a postal backlog right now could impact deliveries ahead of the holiday season. uh, is making sut
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people who want to covid booster shot can get one. even though this is restricting eligibility, the state's health department contacted healthcare providers telling them not to turn away adults age 18 or older who want a booster shot. one year old baby girl is back safe at home after a woman stole the family's suv with that little girl inside. it happened about 5 45 yesterday afternoon near an auto body shop in pittsburgh. 24 year old natalie yala was arrested just after midnight. now in a second case and about 10 thursday night in concord, a four month old girl was kidnapped. when someone stole a honda odyssey at a shopping centre ignition valley road in clayton. the minivan was found nearby, about a half hour later, with the infant inside and
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unharmed. there's now a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the freeway shooting that took the life of a 23 month old boy in oakland. jasper was hit by a stray bullet last saturday as he was sleeping in his car seat. the bullet was reportedly from a gang related gun fight on interstate 8 80. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30. well, you might start to notice that package rivals are taking longer, and that's because after a disastrous 2020 holiday season, the postal service is now promising. they're ready to handle 2021 as ktvu tom vacar tells us. some have already noticed the delays in shipping and receiving ahead. of the holiday season. given the growing chaos in holiday shipping and shopping by early and ship right away, we got some folks at a san rafael post office who ship on various carriers, mostly just them kind of disappearing off of tracking. um either showing in transit and it should have been like a one week trip and it's you know, three weeks and still no
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delivery, and usps has died. even first class letters like from pacifica to san francisco, it seemed to take three days. four days now. just gotten real real easy, and so few packages. you say at least a week sometimes. nonetheless the controversial postmaster general appointed by the last administration has promised this send us your packages and your mail and we will deliver timely but i'm not approving of this postmaster general when he owns a company that competes. with the postal service delivering packages and he's more looking for i'm going to say business for himself, and it's not just the usps, fedex and ups have been having major challenges to all three of them. yeah i said pretty much across the board with all shipping for italian harvest importer and distributor of fancy italian foods. shipping problems have multiplied to the companies nationwide client that work of individuals and retail consumers. who get deliveries by
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the big three shippers who blocked says have increased their prices by 25 to 35% there is a lot of damage and there's also theft that has never happened before but that seems to be a new thing, and it's not just package is gone forever. but once delivered often light but missing contents a lot lighter than what we shipped out and items are missing. so obviously somebody opened the box. remove the items caused the box again and proceeded to happen tin you to have a chip shipping tracker ship matrix, says september ground service package deliveries were on time 85.1% for fedex. 95.2% for ups and 95.5% for the post office that has longer promised delivery times. even with that three million packages arrive late. each and every day. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. it
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is beginning to look a lot like pre pandemic holidays after a year off santa's, are finally returning to bay area malls. but this big comeback is being hampered by a shortage, ktvu, south bay reporter jesse gary explains. for the first time in two years, the big man with the big smile and the bigger belly is suited up and ready to sit and listen in person to christmas presents requests. we're grateful to have had it and. we got our photos in the santa himself was lovely, as was mrs claus. and so santa's arrival at malls, maybe more of an outlier than the norm this season. there's a nationwide shortage of people to portray this icon. it is a little crazy when the phone rings from 5 30 in the morning till 11 30 at night and then at midnight, i can start my work for the day. susan mexico is the founder and president of a colorado based professional santa school. she says the aftermath of the covid pandemic is demand outpacing performers for this holiday
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classic natural attrition of appropriately aged men a surge in requests now that in person gatherings are allowed. and some former santa's declining and deciding they'll sit out this year are all blamed as reasons he just fell in love with it. you know, everybody loves santa at taylor started playing the part in 2000 and three and now has a worldwide santa network. he says the covid year pushed him to make 600 virtual appearances. now there's an updated twist on the staple of the season, and now we have generations of children who are brought up looking at phones and tablets. and this virtual solution. there's something that works out incredibly well. first santa. for the children and for the parents for throwbacks, patients and planning are urged. there is still hojo hope. um we're asking some of our clients to possibly consider doing their events during the week. santa
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there is also an urgent call, for all would be santa's to step up and serve how you doing? good to see you. oh, to help ensure everyone has the holiday. they dream of. married chris. technically we're still in a pandemic here in santa clara county. vaccination rates are approximately 85% and officials say transmission rates are low. still, if you're headed out to see santa. mask up and plenty of hand sanitizer to go around. in palo alto, jesse gary ktvu fox two news. well, if you are curious what is on the top of everyone's holiday wish list. google wants to help you out. google shopping compiled its yearly list of gifts predicted to be the most popular this year. the search engine uses results from the past few months to create its master registry, and this year some of the hottest gifts for kids include gabby's dollhouse. perfect place set pokemon celebrations, deluxe pin collection and pop patrol life size movie tower. gamers
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and techies might be after a nintendo switch oleds playstation five or new apple product while the cheat chef rather in your family is probably eyeing an air fryer or a new coffee maker. well, good news for film fans. movie past could be making a comeback. its former ceo says he intends to test a revised business model this year beginning thanksgiving and the new year's holidays, and he says he'd like to officially relaunched movie past sometime next year. will be passed. his parent company went bankrupt in january of last year at the height of the apps use it offered unlimited visits to the movie theater for $10 a month. coming up and added benefit to listening to your favorite music why taking time to enjoy your tunes could benefit your brain and some at home. covid-19 tests are being recalled. the manufacturing issue that could be causing false positives. at hm
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the tests are being recalled due to a manufacturing issue that could lead to false positive results looms at home test detects proteins from covid-19 through a less invasive nasal swab. than what health providers normally use. the issue was first identified by the company last month. the fda says it's received 35 reports of false positive test results, adding that negative results were still reliable. johnson and johnson is splitting into two companies, a part of the company that sells
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prescription drugs and medical devices will keep the j and j name the other division will become a new consumer health company with brands including. neutrogena aveeno, tylenol blistering and band aid. johnson and johnson has not said what that new company will be called yet, but the split is expected to happen within the next two years. your health coverage costs during the pandemic likely increased, according to the findings of a new survey. the kaiser family foundation survey of about 1700 small and large companies found that annual family premiums for employer based health insurance rose 4% to more than $22,000. employees are now paying about $6000 toward that coverage. the survey indicates family premiums have increased 47% since 2011. well, you already know that listening to your favorite songs may improve your mood, but new research suggests it also improves your overall brain function. researchers from the university of toronto studied the brain activity of 14 participants while they listen to playlists of their favorite songs, and new music scans show the patient's rains were more
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active in the auditory cortex while listening to the new music. but had activated deep encoded network from the prefrontal cortex while listening to their favorite tunes. researchers say the results show promise in helping patients with alzheimer's dementia or brain injuries, improve their brain function and memory. the pleasanton city council is scheduled to vote next week on a plan to have mental health experts respond to many police calls. members of the police department's newly formed alternative response unit would be called to the scene of many emergencies involving people with mental health issues and the homeless. san francisco is among the cities that already have a similar program as the days get shorter during the fall and winter drinking some extra copy may lead to a better mood, according to a new survey. more than a quarter of adults in europe experienced depression and increased feelings of sadness. as daylight hours decreased, but researcherso mood improvement and elevated some of these conditions of the 5000 participants who took part in this study. 29% say they
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drank a cup of coffee to boost their energy 20% had copied to improve their mood and emotions, and 21% said that coffee helped with their concentration. that survey was funded by the institute for scientific information on coffee. barrier whether we do have some fog regrouping once again tonight, it's pretty warm temperatures for parts of the bay area this weekend. we'll have the update coming up. let's go to ktvu is alex savage. now with a look at some of the stories we're working on for the seven o'clock news on ktvu. plus okay, christina, thank you coming up tonight. former raiders head coach jon gruden is firing back at the nfl. the new lawsuit he filed and what a san jose state sports communications professor says this means for the league plus thousands of pharmacists are planning to strike because of what they call unfair labor practices at kaiser permanente. the warning the health care provider is issuing to its patients. those stories and much more coming up tonight. live at
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and this is emmanuel, a future recording artist, and one of the millions of students we're connecting throughout the next 10. through projectup, comcast is committing $1 billion so millions more students, past... and present, can continue to get the tools they need to build a future of unlimited possibilities. tenney has more. jurors in kenosha, wisconsin, will soon decide whether kyle rittenhouse was a vigilante when he fired at three protesters during unrest last year. the shootings, killing two people and wounding the third. the district attorney has. arrested a. multitude of
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lesser included offenses. attorney spent friday arguing over final jury instructions. the judge rejected the prosecution's request to have jurors consider a second degree reckless homicide charge in the shooting of joseph rosenbaum. the original first degree charge will stand. if i were to give this instruction over the objection of the defense. and the jury found a verdict on it. i would expect to be reversed. rittenhouse maintains he was under attack and acted in self defense. speaking with fox news, kyle's mom, wendy, said her son was out protecting property when the shootings occurred, she add, despite everything kyle would go out there again to do what he thought was helping the community. it's not like he's selling drugs off the street. no, i taught my kids. treat people how you want to be treated. show respect. and help people. the city is also preparing for any potential unrest that could come after the verdict. kenosha county sheriff's office says it's
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monitoring the trial and is working with local, state and federal law enforcement to ensure the community safety. attorneys will deliver their closing arguments on monday in kenosha, wisconsin. i'm garrett tenney fox news. more fallout from the astral world festival tragedy today. attorney benjamin crump said that more than 90 new lawsuits have been filed by victims who say they were injured mentally physically or psychologically at the event. now that we have collected the information and the details and the evidence that they were present. at the festival. they they sustained. injuries at the festival and that we will make sure that they get justice. because this should have never ever happened. the astral world music festival. was by far the most traumatizing experience of my life. i'm a mother of two.
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and i went to the festival alone by myself. so. i never thought that by attending the festival. i was taking the chance that i would possibly not return home to my children. first of all attendees described the festival as a quote nightmare. they will never forget. officials see travis scott was just minutes into a set when nine people were killed and hundreds injured in a massive crowd rush. among those hurt a nine year old boy who is now in a medically induced coma. well whether temperatures today warmed up across parts of the area if you did not have the fog from this morning temperatures in fact, lots of seventies out there that are probably the story once again as we head into your weekend for both saturday. and into sunday, taking a look the national perspective, remember, the weather is kind of all connected. there's an area of low pressure out toward the midwest. and also you see some rain up to our north this big area of high pressure offshore.
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this is kind of controlling our weather for today and into the weekend that's keeping this dry and also relatively warm. now we're still talking about some fog. first thing tomorrow morning for your saturday and then in his sunday pretty much the same story. you get the idea temperatures lots of sixties and seventies now the fog. we always keep an eye on the temperature and also the dew point. the dew point kind of represents how much moisture there is in the atmosphere. what's that temperature cools down and reaches that dew point. that's when the fog forms. has been locally dense over the past couple mornings, and as we just show you some of the current observations, a lot of numbers here but you get the idea the place like nevado, that 57 degrees right now, that is very close to the dew point of 55. so we collect. we have some fog reforming quickly in the back of all observation, showing you 55 55, so it does have some fog form. in the next in the next couple of hours or so for portions of the region. here's our satellite showing you the signal the storm track the significant rainfall and atmospheric river up to our north up in the pacific northwest current number of
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santa rosa 63. berkeley, 60 to san francisco 60. i did notice some fog of format toward ocean beach earlier this afternoon. but out toward downtown san francisco completely in the clear this evening's we're looking pretty good for tonight. but once again first thing tomorrow morning, the fog of factor out toward fairfield out toward antioch right around vallejo, napa, santa rosa closer to nevado, and because still have some patches around the bay and right near the immediate coastline. here's this big area of high pressure wants to build in once again, so dense valley fog overnight, especially out towards the central valley. the main storm track is focused up to our north, so we have that dry weather pattern for us and the rainfall is focused up to our north, which is a slight chance of a shower. that could be by tuesday favoring the north bay, but probably just a few clouds and temperatures cooling off as we head into early next week. forecast highs forward tomorrow. lots of sixties lots of seventies. the warmest locations could be look at that to 80 jumping off the screen here and morgan hill 80 degrees. the projected hype. for tomorrow
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afternoon. here's look ahead, your five day forecast and as you can see in his sunday, basically the same story, we will gradually cool things off into early next week that slight chance of the north based sprinkle on tuesday, but the main impacts cooler temperatures and maybe a few extra clouds headed our way. mark thank you up next today, the open days announced their plan to honor the late rate. fosse sports director market baniyas will have the details on the distinction next and coming up tonight in primetime on ktvu. it is all about wrestling. wwf friday night smackdown starts at eight o'clock. and then stay tuned for the 10 and 11 o'clock tuned for the 10 and 11 o'clock news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ deposit, plan and pay with easy tools from chase.
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you back in the vinyl room again tonight. let's start with little baseball talk to san francisco giants, one of the most amazing things about their season. think about it. no real extended losing streaks. they didn't hit the skids at any time within 100 and seven games very hard to quibble with really anything. they won the national league west. and you really have to give a whole lot of that credit to the manager, the guidance of gabe kapler, who today rewarded with a contract extension that
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secures him in that position through the 2024 season with the giants. kapler basically could do no wrong. he hit the button. it was the right button as you know, little equal time for the oakland a's not allowed of good news and good bye have been emanating from their organization that all changes at least for today as the class of 22. how of fame announced for their club and topping the bill as he well should be the late great ray fosse, who was a sensational catcher in his playing days and a great broadcaster as well. you may remember he passed away on october 13th of this year, joining ray in the hall of fame for the a cell. bando eric chavez. joe rudi can lippman and clubhouse emperor the great steve. loosen itch. congratulations to all on that account, you know, no matter what kind of job you may have when the boss starts hanging
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around on a semi regular basis. you know a little something is going on, and he's not there to pass out chocolates and roses. 49ers know that feeling. as of today, the team owner john york, visited the practice facility down in santa clara to kind of survey the scene. you know, the 49 has been stinking it up, and the players definitely noticed his presence. including fullback kyle use check. who definitely knows where his bread is buttered. i definitely noticed. i noticed he was out there and, um, i know just some of my rookie running backs to let them know something's going on. if the owner is there, so, um, i think it just brings a little extra focus, a little extra motivation and honestly, it's nice to have them out there because he. does a lot of good things for us, and we want to repay the favor by performing for him. he put a nice little bow on that. you know when you get a group of athletes together over the course of a long season
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doesn't matter. men or women there are going to be disagreements. that's a given right. but the classy way to handle it, particularly if you're a team leader, so called is to do it behind closed doors, not bring that up. because the warriors are doing so great. they're 10 and one but did you see it the other night? draymond green added again in their latest victory. he's already run kevin durant out of town by screaming at him, he barked at the rookie james wiseman last year and then wednesday night, screaming at young jordan pools done such a great job to in fac, had to be separated by teammates and coach steve kerr again left to play the role of school principals. they they how out afterwards. they're good. you know, one of the things we love about draymond is his energy is passion and we all know sometimes it, uh, it bubbles over. he's always about the tea, and he's always circling back. and uh, you know his loyalty in his passion. is always lands in
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the right spot. 82 games, stuff like that's going to happen, and, uh, it's behind us. yeah i don't know if i totally buy that you can bury the hatchet. but everybody still remembers exactly where that hatchet is buried friday night of the videos. you got to check this out. you want to see a human bulldozer at work? this is clemson commit jaren clinic in kansas. it says. jesus i school this guy six ft. 2 £210 battering ram 60 yards worth of massive aggression for the touchdown. safe to say the high school kid. uh, yeah, he loves a little contact christina well on his way he'll be playing at clemson next year. that's the sporting life for now, guys, guys, just a machine. just knocking him down, man. wow it's pretty good all right, mark. bowling pins. yeah alright, that loot for us big bank theories loot for us big bank theories next. good night, everybody.
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this was a good idea. it's been a long time since we've had girls' night. yeah, it's so nice to have a relaxing evening at home doing nothing. yeah, really breaks up the other 30 days i've spent on bed rest doing nothing. well, tonight we're gonna make you forget all that. you're gonna make me forget i've been stuck in bed while a baby uses my bladder as a kickball? -(knocking) -hey, you had unprotected sex with howard. you deserve to be miserable. hey, i need some fashion advice. really? from me? i would love to... actually, leonard told me penny was over here? hey, what's going on? you got a date? i, uh, do have a date... with science. oh, what's science wearing? the griffith observatory is looking for an astrophysicist to consult, and i have an interview tomorrow. oh, i love the observatory. they tell you your weight on all the different planets. yeah. it's always bikini season on venus. i think you'd be great at that. don't you agree, bernadette? huh? i'm listening. i'm listening.
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i'm not watching "the crown." i just want to make a good first impression, and thought maybe you could help me pick out an outfit? of course. let's see what you got. yeah, you just need to pick something that-that you feel confident in. i'm sorry. i left my magic clothes at home. i'm sure these two options will be f... so you-you have other clothes at home? uh, it doesn't matter. they're talking to a bunch of people. i probably won't get it anyway. -well, don't say that. -yeah, you have to believe in yourself. you know, before i came to america, i was filled with confidence. what happened to me? hey, is that raj there at girls' night? well, hey. hey, howard. just remember, if you fall asleep first, they're gonna freeze your bra. ♪ our whole universe was in a hot, dense state ♪ ♪ then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started...wait!♪ ♪ the earth began to cool ♪ ♪ the autotrophs began to droo, neanderthals developed tools ♪ ♪ we built the wall (we built the pyramids) ♪ ♪ math, science, history, unraveling the mystery ♪


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