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. - lily, it's important to express your feelings. - don't bottle them up. - okay. yay! i can finally sleep without all of her snoring! all right, enough. hand her over. come here, baby. oh. what is that? please don't make fun of me. i'm very vulnerable right now. can you get me one? all shaking our heads. we're all angry about this and again anger , not someone so much, certainly in kevin's lost, but certainly what open has become. the bay area comes together to remember security guard who died after being shot while protecting a news crew. police officers hope the release of a new surveillance photo will help bring in the killer. good
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evening. i'm christian captain andrei and christina. both have the night off. a former officer in several bay area cities. ktvu crime reporter henry lee joining us now with the very latest, henry, what are we learning? tonight we'll question kevin machida, a married father was shot the day before thanksgiving, and he died early this morning. he leaves behind a grieving family, former police colleagues and many friends in the media. he had prepared to help protect news crews across the bay area, including myself and fellow reporters here, ktvu and as his loved ones mourn the search is on for his killer. present oh, police officers from across the bay area saluted as the flag draped casket of kevin machida was wheeled out of highland hospital in oakland and into an alameda county coroner's van. police cars took part in an early morning procession to the coroner's office in oakland. nishida was an armed security guard in retired police sergeant . he died early saturday morning, three days after being shot during an attempted robbery of a crime for reporter in downtown oakland. nishida who
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worked for star protection agency was guarding the reporter who was covering a break in at a clothing store at 14th and webster. the braking was caught on surveillance video. oakland police released this photo of a white accurate teal with a sunroof that's wanted in connection with the shooting. i've learned that a similar car if not the same one was linked to an armed robbery of tourists in the presidio days before nishida was shot, remember, they won when kevin walked in energetic wanted to be a police officer, chief carol duplessis was there when the sheet of began as law enforcement career in the early nineties, as in oakland, housing authority, police officer one tragedy, you know, and how senseless this is. you know within the city broken that we continue having all these these these crimes, said it makes no sense. ashida then worked as an officer in hayward and in san jose, where he served for 11 years. kevin was kind. he was caring, compassionate machida most recently served the town of coma for six years where he engaged with the community. hoping to show the human side of
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the badge. his energy earned him the nickname stitch. just for being 100. miles a minute. all the time. um you always knew when kevin was coming or going because you always hear his brisk walking the hallways of the police station in his keys, rattling nasheed, a retired as a sergeant in 2018. long time law enforcement chaplain jason linda's a was part of the procession. we're all shaking our heads. we're all angry about this and again anger, not someone so much, certainly in kevin's lost, but certainly, but openness become. now sam's a police today said that kevin machida was a crime fighter. even in retirement. now we want to give you another look at the car that investigators say is involved. in this case. it's a white 2000 and 4 to 2000 and eight accurate teal, but the sun roof had no front license plate. there's a reward of more than $32,000 for tips leading to an arrest. now funeral services are pending. you can find information on the fund for his family at ktvu .com. yeah this one really hitting close to home
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for both of us, and we were talking earlier in the newsroom and sharing our recollections and memories of kevin and i actually worked with him on monday, just on monday, a two days before before he was shot. and i remember him being so conscientious, so security minded. he was always there for me, and it really felt like he was working hard to make sure that i could go home to my family. absolutely and it really hits home because i was at that same store at 14th and webster with another guard, 24 hours before kevin was shot in the year, right? he absolutely took the extra step to make sure we were ok whether that meant, you know, shooing people away right before live shot, and it's just heartbreaking, gut wrenching that he survived several tours. the burial enforcement and then lost his life to a street robberies. utterly tragic. absolutely, henry. thank you so much for sharing it once. i appreciate it. the outpourings of support from acenas family comes in many forms. oakland
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council member lauren taylor posted to twitter just this morning, he wrote. his heart goes out to the family, friends and colleagues of kevin nishida. the statement goes on calling what happened? despicable he says. disregard for human life has allowed the number of homicides in oakland to reach 126 so far this year. and new at 10, another bay area business works tonight to recover from a hit by a group of these alameda police officers say 20 to 30 people forced entry into a retail store this morning and quickly removed. merchandise before fleeing. investigators have not identified that store, but they are suggesting other business owners in the area. take action to protect themselves. they think business owners should consider installing shatterproof windows and a special film to try to protect their properties. the note. they also note motion sensor cameras can notify you directly if anyone gains entry into a business after hours and they suggest store workers remove high value items from
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their stores floor and secure them in either a back room or a safe and they want business owners to consider. investing in alarm systems that go off as soon as that glass breaks. smash and grab break ins have the entire los angeles police department on tactical alert tonight. they steal all our heads, sledgehammers, crowbars hammers. and we try to actually stop them. we closed the front entrance and they put their sledgehammers up like whoever got in the way they were going to hurt him. later in this newscast will take you to southern california, which is grappling with its own wave of retail thefts. a dog owner says that her dog was taken at gunpoint in oakland. ktvu s zach sauce joins us live from oakland after speaking with her about the terrifying moments where her dog was taken from her. christian the owner of that dogs as she was out of town on friday . when this all happened, she says her friend was looking after her beloved dog, merlin,
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and that's when she says she received a phone call from her that she would never forget. i'm not sure why people do this. it's been more than 24 hours since hannah nelson first learned the terrifying details of how our four legged pal merlin was violently snatched from her friend. we just finished dinner, and, um, we got a call from my friend who was watching our dog. and she said that she had just been robbed at gunpoint and they had taken merlin our dog, nelson says. it happened friday evening around six right in front of bar, modern times beer at the intersection of valdez and 24th street in downtown oakland. it just can't believe that i have been the right outside our apartment, her friend telling police that two men dressed in black from head to toe walked up to her on the street. one allegedly pointed a gun to her face and demanded the dog. meanwhile the other suspect grabbed merlin from the ground. my apartment has a side entrance. um that is gated. so
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she goes in that side entrance, and that's where it occurs. both suspects then ran down the street before jumping in a car and taking off with merlin nelson says her friend wasn't hurt during the attack and immediately called police just as good as she can be. at least i think she's a little shaken up as well. but i'm glad that she wasn't harness physically. since getting back to the city, nelson says. she's been doing everything she can to find her frenchy merlin, which he discusd called our local veterinarians and shelters to see if they've seen anything but so far nothing. i mean, he could be anywhere, just hoping that someone knows where he is, and we'll come forward a dog described as part of the family , he would have been too in december. in the meantime, grateful for those who have helped her search even the way that the oakland community has been responding to this and messaging me and my friend has been amazing. and nelson cells with the help of her family. they've launched a reward for
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the return of merlin. it's $2000 and counting. anyone with information is urged to call oakland police for now we're live in oakland's access. ktvu fox two news. thank you. thank you, zack. turning now to the spread of the new strain of coronavirus, researchers are scrambling to get a better understanding of omicron. most of the new cases are in europe, where the uk, germany and italy have confirmed patients today. belgium and israel have confirmed the variant has also been detected in travelers passing through their countries as well. but even as far as hong kong travelers have discovered, they're carrying that strain for the moment. president biden's chief of medical advisor has stopped short of suggesting the variant is spreading across the u. s of course, anything is possible. we don't know that there's no indication that it is right now. it seemed to have been restricted. there was some cases. without originated in south africa and neck went to botswana and people who traveled and found out they were
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infected, and one that had gone actually to a hong kong. so there's a lot of travel. you never know exactly where they are. and that's the reason why. we're getting together to them to try and get the precise molecular makeup of it so you could actually test for it, and that's something that will take a little bit to put the appropriate materials together to do that, but we are in very active communication. without south african colleagues, scientists. and because of the uncertainty, the u. s will move forward with plans to implement new travel restrictions monday. those restrictions will prohibit travel to the us from eight countries on the southern region of africa. exemptions will be made for us citizens, permanent residents and some close relatives of those people. while scientists believe the strain originated in or near south africa, that country's health minister calls the new restrictions. draconian. many of the countries which have come with this kind of draconian reaction themselves, battling with fourth wage with high spike
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of in fact, with more daily infection rates. i mean, we're talking about. currently we're concerned about our daily rise in numbers, but far less than many of the countries in europe who have a daily infection rates of up. to have a 50,000 upwards of that. with new travel restrictions popping up around the globe airports in south africa are packed. people are rushing to get out of the region. i feel very sad for the people here as well, going back on the red list again. and who knows for how long? not being able to see family. you know, it's been three years i saw my sister last saw my sister, the family. the uk tightened rules on testing for international arrivals and mask wearing today after confirming to omicron cases in that country, fox news is jonathan siri has a breakdown of where the world stands in an effort to combat this latest covid variant. scientists are
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taking a close look at a new variant of the coronavirus. there's concern that maybe more infectious than the delta variant and could possibly sidestep current vaccines on the market. what we do know is that this variant has a large number of mutations in the concern is that when you have so many mutations that can have an impact on how the virus behaves . those mutations include multiple changes to the spike protein. the part of the virus that penetrates human cells. the world health organization has named the new variant on macron classifying. it is quote a variant of concern. it was first discovered in south africa, and it's now made its way to parts of europe, including the uk. this variant is spreading around the world, with two cases so far identified here in. the uk i believe that it's very likely it's in the united states already, for now, the highly infectious delta variant is what's driving most covid infections in the us. in michigan, where colder temperatures are forcing more
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people to gather indoors. the federal government is sending dozens of military doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists to assist overburdened hospitals. if we had probably somewhere between two and 300, just at dearborn alone, that would make us feel lot better. and probably for the for the entire health system. 1000 nurses would be fantastic. several countries, including the us, have already moved to ban flights from several nations in southern africa. in atlanta. jonathan serrie fox news. ucsf infectious disease specialist dr monica gandhi says she's confident this new variant is not vaccine resistant and reemphasized the importance of getting those shots. there is no question the only way to get through this pandemic is through getting vaccinated 23% of south africans were vaccinated. 4% of indians were vaccinated. when the delta variant came out there is nothing else to be done, but
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vaccinate. we are not back to square one. we've actually made a huge amount of progress in this pandemic. one more variant does not mean we're not going to get it. we are. we have the tools. we have vaccines antivirals coming within six weeks to this country, including one that causes 89% reduction in severe disease called paxil. covid we are getting through this. i don't think people should panic. you could use our website and app to stay on top of the very latest developments tied to this new strain of coronavirus. our digital coverage includes more insight on the virus from multiple doctors, including the president's chief medical advisor. dr anthony fauci. that's different. nicholas. then that happened in high school, you know, game. gunfire outside of high school football game injures two people in campbell coming up people at the game described what they went through when they heard that gun go off and see what president biden hopes will put pressure on gas industry workers to lower prices at the pumps. and a burial week
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. barry weather the weekend starting off with lots of sunshine, and some pretty warm temperatures, well above the average. it looks like this pattern stic i didn't have to shout out for help. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. one blood clot puts you at risk of having another, so we chose xarelto®, to help keep you protected. xarelto® is proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt or pe blood clots from happening again. almost 98% of people did not have another dvt or pe. don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase risk of blood clots. while taking, a spinal injection increases risk of blood clots,
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which may cause paralysis. you may bruise more easily or take longer to stop bleeding. xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. it may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. get help right away for unexpected bleeding or unusual bruising. don't take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures and any kidney or liver problems. help protect yourself from another dvt or pe. ask your doctor about xarelto®. to learn more about cost, visit xarelto.com or call 1-888-xarelto
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to learn more about cost, entire los angeles police department on tactical alert this weekend. christina coleman shows us how large groups of thieves are striking southern california stores at the start of the busy holiday shopping season. in southern california. a group of about 15 to 20 suspect storm to home depot store in lakewood and stole crowbars, mallets and sledgehammers before jumping and getaway vehicles. we try to actually stop them. we closed the front entrance. and they put their sledgehammers up like whoever got in the way they were going to hurt him. and then they actually threatened to customer but he got away and then they just ran out. and then the cops got here shortly. some now fear what those things might do with those stolen tools and the los angeles area groups of robbers have been targeting nordstrom stores and cvs pharmacies, among other places. a large group
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entered a bottega veneta store on friday near beverly hills and got away with high end items, adding to the tens of thousands of dollars in stolen merchandise. from california stores this week. critics say a state referendum which downgraded property theft to a misdemeanor for stolen items, with a value of $950, or less, is leading to the surgeon organized retail crime. i think the other thing that's going on is we see a lot of prosecutors who don't necessarily make sensible charging decision. i think this is a direct consequence of that sort of rhetoric. i think when people lose respect for the law, they don't fear capture. they don't fear punishment. this is the sort of thing that you see. so i think all politicians we've all advised. to make sure that we have stiff sentences in place and prosecutors would be well advised to take these crimes seriously. enforcement has beefed up patrols at shopping centers, but at this point dozens of smash and grab robbery suspects are still on the loose with no sign of this crime slowing down reporting in los angeles, christina coleman fox news. president biden using
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social media today to address our struggle with soaring gas prices, and he tweeted this morning quote this week, we launched a major effort to moderate the price of oil, an effort that will span the globe in its reach and ultimately reach your corner gas station. it will take time. but before long you should see the price of gas drop where you fill up your tank as a reference to his move to release 50 million barrels of oil from the nation's emergency stockpile. the white house expects the action will help bring down prices. some critics , though, disagree, saying his environmental actions, including a move to kill the keystone pipeline, are contributing. to those high gas prices when the president takes measures to curb supply. it's going to catch up and it's going to result in higher prices when demand continues, they're not due to environmental measures. my effort to combat climate change is not raising the price of gas or increasing its availability.
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president biden says. despite wholesale prices of gas falling over the last couple of weeks, the price at the pump has remained the same with supply companies pocketing the difference. the president is calling that unacceptable. today was the first day food trucks were allowed only along the great highway as part of a new pilot program. currently the great highway is closed to vehicles from noon on fridays to six am on mondays. the pilot program allows for select food trucks to set up shop on the days that the road is closed to vehicles. we spoke with one cyclist who says he likes the plan. as a cyclist. it's really enjoyable for me. um i don't drive so i can experience how, um. how it might be a bit of a nuisance those who were driving around the city, but as someone who's living nearby, it's great to have this. that pilot program expected to last three months right now to food trucks are allowed on the road, but the city says they're willing to allow more. and a barrier
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weather. we're still locked in this warm weather pattern across parts of the bay area, in fact, basically over the entire bay area, lots of sixties a few neighborhoods in the seventies. but if you're in the direct sunlight, and i seemed like it felt like it was like. 80 85 degrees, so yes, it was warm today. we'll continue with this stretch into your sunday forecast. take a look at the numbers, though the official highs across the region today, san francisco 68 santa rosa 70. fairfield 69, san jose 71 degrees this afternoon. here's the plan this weekend. more sunshine for tomorrow. cool boarding once again, but a nice recovery into the afternoon hours of mild to warm afternoon and temperatures for your sunday run 65 to 73 degrees. hard to believe that all the sunshine here we actually have some rain way up to our north up towards seattle, the stormy weekend as another atmospheric river is a setting up to move into the portions of the pacific northwest this weekend. at least for us, we just have a few high clouds moving across northern california. on the bay area over the past few hours. we'll check
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in on some of the current numbers out there right now we have. fairfield 47, oakland, 50 to san francisco 59. santa rosa has cool doctor 50 degrees. look at this live camera, but san francisco beautiful as you can see, looking out toward the bay bridge, so we still have mostly clear skies for tonight. we could have a few patches of some valley fog first thing tomorrow morning. another cool start. no frost advisories. temperatures will be the forties and fifties and then into the afternoon hours, a nice recovery once again, it will be mild to warm temperatures mid sixties all the way. to the lower seventies. coming up a closer look at your forecast highs for tomorrow, and we'll let you know if we have any rain chances to talk about, and the five day forecast christian already mark, we'll check back in small business an, luring shoppers out of big box stores coming up this year's holiday push to get shoppers to shop small. and michigan head coach jim harbaugh finally getting his historic win against ohio state, joe fonzi will have
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the highlights later in sports. plus we have clappers where we run and chase them with these clappers. they don't like in a loud noise. tracy neighbors there say that they're in the middle of a peacock invasion coming up. we'll tell you how coming up. we'll tell you how they're asking if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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the says there has been an
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alarming rise in the number of firearms found in carry on luggage this year. foxes alexandria hoff has more from washington, d. c. it's not illegal to fly with a firearm. but there are specifics that travelers need to abide by a gun . definitely can't be in a carry on and should never be loaded. yet the t s a is reporting a 20 year high in the number of weapons that have been confiscated. last saturday, holiday travelers scrambled and feared atlanta's hartsfield jackson airport when a passenger who had been pulled aside for a secondary screening of his carry on lunged for the loaded gun inside, causing it to discharge . three people were injured, and that man is still at large. amid the holiday rush on tuesday, the t s a at boys is airport in idaho found two loaded guns. in pittsburgh wednesday. the 32nd gun of the year was found there, complete with six bullets and one in the chamber on thanksgiving day. the t s a new england posted this tweet, noting that agents discovered this loaded 3 57 magnum containing five rounds inside of a woman's carry on bag. 16
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firearms have been detected at boston's logan airport so far this year. it's happening all around the country and taxing and already covid strained industry. the t s a is warning passengers that they need to know these policies before heading to the airport. if you are traveling, for example, with items that are not allowed in carry on luggage that includes things like self defense items. knives tools over seven inches. we see those all the time. those belong in your checked baggage. the agency adds that 80% of the guns they find are loaded. atlanta's hartsfield jackson airport has confiscated the most firearms of any airport so far this year more than 450, washington alexandria hoff fox news. gunshots sent people at a high school football game and campbell running coming up. witnesses described a scene that leaves two people injured tonight. and struggling small business owners are saying that they're welcoming today's national push to get people buying. and wildlife encounters
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are common throughout the bay area, but people in one tracy neighborhoods say they've had enough coming up the if you see wires down, treat them all as if they're hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe. i didn't have to shout out for help. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. one blood clot puts you at risk of having another, so we chose xarelto®, to help keep you protected. xarelto® is proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt
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or pe blood clots from happening again. almost 98% of people did not have another dvt or pe. don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase risk of blood clots. while taking, a spinal injection increases risk of blood clots, which may cause paralysis. you may bruise more easily or take longer to stop bleeding. xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. it may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. get help right away for unexpected bleeding or unusual bruising. don't take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures and any kidney or liver problems. help protect yourself from another dvt or pe. ask your doctor about xarelto®. to learn more about cost, visit xarelto.com or call 1-888-xarelto if you see wires down, treat them all as if they're hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out last night in the parking lot of westmont high school in campbell , the school's hosting a game between sarah and st francis high schools. ktvu s amanda quintana has more on what happened. it was loud enough rang out several shots, so yeah , everyone understands. just went down. todd maury could clearly hear the gunshots from the stanzas. he and his family watched his daughter, a cheerleader for saint francis. i had my son with me and my wife with me and my daughter was on the other side hanging out with girlfriends on the sarah side. and of course, my daughter right
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down there. so, yeah, i mean, i was what do i go? what do i do type of thing, but i just called 911 right away. mori says many players on the field weren't even aware of what was happening and kept playing until the game was stopped when the game delay , you know, it's kind of angry because you know, it's just, you know, people doing stupid stuff , and that's not what we're about, you know, we about playing on the field and having many players dropped to the ground, thinking there could be more gunfire. it was another 30 minutes before they were able to keep playing feeling for him, you know, because this they don't deserve that. they deserve that. i spoke to some neighbors who were shocked by the news. they say this is a calm and quiet neighborhood, one woman says. girls from the parking lot ran into her house to take cover . this is ridiculous. that happened in school, you know, game this was all during the ccs division one final game between saint francis and sarah high schools. it's unclear if the shooting was even related to the schools or if it just happened to be nearby san jose police say two men were shot. they have non
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life threatening injuries and are expected to be okay. there have also been no arrests, and police haven't released any information on a suspect or motive. saturday many fans like maury or picking up their cars my daughter had parked in this lot here, and her car was held just. as part of the scene, hoping to have more answers soon . amanda quintana ktvu fox two news. oakland police have made an arrest in a double homicide, which left two brothers dead back in september. 28 year old sam v. mew of hayward is facing murder charges. he's accused of shooting and killing brothers. c u t and many see mitsui outside their apartment building on high street on september 26th. authorities say v mail turned himself into oakland police earlier this week. he's due in court monday. to be formally charged. driver is facing a series of charges after police say he was speeding at more than 100 miles an hour on a north bay freeway too soon, city police
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say officers clock that driver doing 103. on highway 12 just before two a.m. on friday. police say after a search of that vehicle, they found a gun, ammunition and bags of marijuana that driver arrested on suspicion of dui gun, drug and traffic related offenses. and today was small business saturday critically important day for local retailers. ktvu s greg liggins spoke to some small business owners who say this is a make or break time for many small stores. you'll find an abundant mix of mom and pop shops along park street in alameda. helen dean, owner of toy safari for 30 years, says small business saturday and the days that follow will determine whether some retailers survive. the holiday shopping season is when many businesses make enough profits to be able to reinvest for the following year. after what we've been through for the past 20 months, this is a make or break it season for small business. you won't find many
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electronic here. it's more traditional, with barely a hint of an online presence for the proprietor here, brick and mortar is superior to click and order. it's a memory that sticks with you. and clicking on a button on amazon is not an experience, and the toy doesn't mean as much if you don't go in and choose it carefully. it's a more real experience. um the fact that it's hands on and you can get it and look at it. it's just a little better than shopping. how long this young man adding to his collection of w w e wrestlers agrees. i like this place better. because we're actually like in the store, and we can see how how, like like how it works. you'll find a similar attitude down the street at daisy's, a lifestyle business , selling a self described blend of necessities for volunteers and embellishments like this glassware with a map of oakland
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. the shop printed handouts, describing the importance of small business saturday and gave out stickers people could proudly display to show they've shopped locally after a couple of months of the pandemic. one of my favorite stores had to close and i was really sad. sick goes so. um whenever i can buy anything from allah meter, i say in alameda going out of your way to support that means that maybe you'll be able to do it to maybe that cycle will close back onto you and you'll have the ability to go out and live your dream. do what you want to do, becauseu the way you support other people with cyber monday around the corner online retailers will get their push for profits. meanwhile small businesses will continue to encourage locals to support them. and give them a try when there's something they need to buy. greg liggins ktvu fox two news. the fairmont hotel today unveiled its larger than life gingerbread house. yeah,
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the big reveal of the victorian gingerbread house came with all sorts of fanfare that house standing 22 ft. tall and 23 ft wide it's made with 8000 gingerbread bricks. along with a lot of icing to act as glue and get this £1900 of candy. what's your favorite part of the gingerbread house? train. can be gingerbread, and that's it. and that's it. the two story house sits right in the middle of the lobby of the fairmont on nob hill. stomping on the room, so i mean, that is crazy. sounds like there's people up there. yeah peacocks. they may be beautiful , but for some people in tracy, they're saying that they're causing way too much damage coming up. they asked for help
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solving this peacock problem. added weather of mild pattern this weekend. it'll stick around , in fact into early next week. we're talking about dry weather stretching more seventies your forecast coming up. and a holiday tradition makes a holiday tradition makes a comeback in th if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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i didn't have to shout out for help. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. one blood clot puts you at risk of having another, so we chose xarelto®, to help keep you protected. xarelto® is proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt or pe blood clots from happening again. almost 98% of people did not have another dvt or pe. don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase risk of blood clots. while taking, a spinal injection increases risk of blood clots, which may cause paralysis. you may bruise more easily or take longer to stop bleeding. xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. it may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. get help right away for unexpected bleeding or unusual bruising. don't take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures and any kidney or liver problems.
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help protect yourself from another dvt or pe. ask your doctor about xarelto®. to learn more about cost, visit xarelto.com or call 1-888-xarelto if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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feathered peacocks that recently invaded a neighborhood reporter k recedes spoke with some of those neighbors who say this has gone beyond just a nuisance, and they've actually tried to convince the city to step in to help. a peaceful snacks on this tracy neighbors flowerbed a minor transgression that neighbors say add to a list of issues that has led to mounting frustration, reproducing and. causing property damage, causing damage stopping on the roof. so i mean, that is crazy. it sounds like there's people up there and stirring up drama. sometimes they get a little close. you know, they're like charge at your little do a little funny stuff, you know, leaving in their week droppings on the roof in driveways and feathers in the lawn. it's a nuisance to me. the definition is small, you know, it's like, you know, like swatting a fly or something like that. this is much bigger than than just a nuisance. britney pascual says the birds first
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made their way here when neighbors began to feed them the peaceful originally we're at a dairy. the dairy had since closed and this was decades ago . britney says it may take at least $30,000 to safely remove these birds out of this neighborhood. but once they're out, they will be out for good. they will not be staying in tracy city of tracy says they recently agreed to split the cost with the red bridge homeowners association. to humanely removed the birds. an estimated cost of $30,000. well i feel really good about it, because you know they are. this is a plan to actually get rid of them to make our quality of life better. meanwhile the peacocks will still nest and fly on top of roofs. the noise can get pretty. you can get pretty frustrating. so these are the little while neighbors use their own methods to keep the birds away. we have clappers where we run and chase them with these clappers. they don't like in a loud noise. that was kay recede
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, reporting once a contract is signed, the barrier of wildlife service will work to humanely removed the peacocks from the city. the boy scouts help get people into the holiday spirit in the east bay coming up glimpse of this tradition. and people shopping experienced great weather as they move from store to store meteorologist mark tamayo will show us just how long to expect this beautiful weather and what is beautiful weather and what is go if you see wires down, treat them all as if they're hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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plenty of selection for those who want to pick out that perfect tree in person. a lot of people come to the lot to pick out that that special tree and it's nice to have a good selection so that you can come look at four or five trees and pick out the one that's best for your family. this is the 53rd year that the scouts have operated tree lot in piedmont. the money raised goes to support local cub scouts, explorers and ventures troops. food banks continue to struggle to feed families hit hard by the pandemic financially, and now they're facing another challenge , increasing food prices and supply chain issues. boxes. lauren green has that story. this time of year. the lack of food or warmth or family is much more keenly felt, but the pandemic has created an economic chain reaction, bringing even more hardship. here in new york , hundreds of people have received their thanksgiving supplies. last year, this food bank perches turkeys for $12 each

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