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raging through through the world . really? i know people are sick of hearing this, but the virus is not sick of us. it's thrown us a new curveball. action being taken to limit the spread of the coronavirus is leaving some people feeling like it's 2020 all over again. good evening, everyone. i'm julie julie haener
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and i'm greg lee and for frank somerville uptick in the number of coronavirus cases is beginning to take a toll on events expecting big crowds from dance performances in the bay area to sporting events across the country. the pandemic is forcing a new round of postponements or cancelations. those cancelations have started just as holiday travel ramps back up. and tonight we're finding out masks on planes may become the norm for a very long time. also tonight, president biden is preparing to make a speech this week that the white house says will come with new steps to try to limit the spread of covid-19. we begin tonight with ktvu is elissa harrington and look at how covid cases are beginning to force changes. too many upcoming events. alyssa you know it's starting to feel like deja vu. but one medical expert i talked to said we have actually come along way since that first shut down back in march of 2020. he said that because of the high vaccination rate here in the bay area, he also expects that most breakthrough infections won't lead to severe symptoms. video
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on instagram shows the mark morris dance group rehearsing for a show they weren't supposed to do at berkeley's other buck call this weekend. but that performance was canceled because of a covid outbreak. in a statement performances said, despite robust safety measures in place, positive covid-19 tests were reported within the mark morris dance group during routine testing. that group is based in brooklyn, new york, has seen a wave of omicron cases leading to cancelations of some major events like broadway shows . hi, i'm paul, right, and i'm hosting snl with charlie. saturday night live's sent most of its cast home and ditched his audience just hours before showtime first goal from the eight the nfl, nba and nhl have postponed some games in the nhl put a stop to cross border games between canadian teams and teams in the us, we're going to see this come to california, dr
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peter chin hong professor of medicine at ucsf, says. it's only a matter of time until oh, macron appears widely across the bay area. but he says this is very different from march of 2020. we probably get this period of time. when we are going to be really anxious. we will see cases rise, but i still feel confident that hospitals will not be deluged. there are now vaccines, rapid testing and mask culture. dr tin hong says the bay area's high vaccination rate should help this year is different. we have technology. we have tools that can make every gathering safer, so it just depends on where the people are going to do it for those who are vaccinated, he says. the best thing to do is get a booster and any holiday gathering should include mask wearing and getting tested. cal performances said that anyone with tickets to that mark morris dance group can get a refund or exchange tickets for different event reporting live in the newsroom. i'm elissa harrington ktvu fox two news, alyssa. thank you. as people get ready to
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travel for the holidays. they're getting hit with the possibility they may never be able to get back on a plane during the pandemic without wearing a mask, the president's chief medical advisor said today. he does not believe the pandemic will reach a state in which people can go without masks in close spaces, even with good filtration. i think when you're dealing with a closed space, even though the filtration is good that you want to go that extra step when you have people, you know, you get a flight from washington to san francisco. it's a well over a five hour flight. even though you have a good filtration system. i still believe that masks or prudent thing to do and we should be doing it. southwest airlines ceo contradicted doctor anthony fauci gary kelly told the us senate panel last week that he doesn't think masks at much protection on planes. kelly tested positive for covid 19 days after the hearing. and in a letter to staff announcing that positive test told them he supports the federal mandate.
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tonight the country is looking ahead to a speech expected this week from president biden. the white house says the president will announce tuesday the new steps being taken in an effort to limit the spread of the virus . the focus of that speech, the rapid spread of the omicron variant. president biden is expected to deliver a stark warning to those who are still unvaccinated fox news is alexis mcadams picks up our team coverage of the country's surge of covid cases. it is just, you know, raging through through the world, really macron variant posed to become the new dominant strain in the united states as it continues to surge across the country, the highly transmissible variant coming just in time for the holidays, causing many americans to reevaluate their plans in new york, where they've had more than 21,000 daily cases. for two days in a row cancelations have been swift saturday night live, canceling their live audience and musical guest this weekend, while the radio city rockettes have called off the remainder of
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their christmas shows this season, we're in for a world of trouble. i'm afraid in the next month or two. this is not one of those situations where we're just helplessly facing the oncoming virus. we have things we can do, and especially, those are vaccines and boosters and. being careful about masking again and i know people are sick of hearing this, but the virus is not sick of us. it's thrown us a curveball, and we've got to be ready to hit it. now hospitals across the country bracing for a big search in kansas and missouri hospital, starting to delay surgeries in an attempt to keep up with the influx of patients. health officials also encouraging anyone who has not been vaccinated or receive their booster shot to do so now. we have so many people in this country who are eligible to be vaccinated, who have not yet been vaccinated, and that's going to be a real problem for stress on the hospital system. meanwhile as the holidays approach thousands of americans searching for covid tests, they're being met with long lines. some waiting for hours.
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it's been very long. everyone's just been. waiting and waiting, and it's been really scary with the new variants, according to the cdc, 61% of americans are fully vaccinated in new york. alexis mcadams fox news. and since, oh macron seems more transmissible. healthcare leaders say they expect to see a surge of new cases across california after the new year. we'll be watching medical z and we are again. you know, i do think macron is here. it's gonna , you know, start to really show up more and more and so really want the public to use all these tools. make sure you get vaccinated boosted where your mask get tested before and after any kind of gatherings or travel. make sure there's good ventilation. open the doors and windows. try to do things outdoors as much as you can. the number of covid cases in california jumped about 47% after thanksgiving, according to the department of public health , and we have an entire section of our website dedicated to
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coronavirus updates to stay on top of the pandemic developments just go directly to ktvu .com/ covid. sanders a police say a 17 year old was hospitalized today after being stabbed. it happened on the 4900 block of almaden expressway. authorities say the teenagers, injuries or life threatening no word yet on any arrests or a motive. the san francisco police department has solved a 43 year old murder case . police have arrested and booked mark stanley person net for the murder of marissa ralph harvey, who was 15 years old when she was killed on a visit to san francisco in march of 1978. her body was found not far from golden gate park in sutro heights park, but her killer was never found. the case was reopened last year and thanks to advances in forensic science investigators were able to locate and arrest person ed. the suspect was arrested in denver, colorado last thursday with the help of multiple agencies, including the fbi. san jose
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police are investigating an attempted robbery at oakridge mall, police say a group of about 15 people went into the macy's store about six o'clock last night. try to run off with merchandise. the group was confronted by store security when one of the female security guards tried to detain one of the suspects. police say part of the group knocked her to the ground, kicking her in the head and pulling her hair. 43 year old up here, hamad, who police do not believe to have been part of that group was arrested after police say she tried to prevent police from catching the suspects. ahmed was booked on suspicion of felony assault and assault on an officer. the suspects got away more than $1000 worth of merchandise was recovered. the thing that is going to #### in #### basket. coming up. how an affiliation between two bay area hospitals has created a battle over resources services and staff. and a cannabis collapse. the warning from the state's legal marijuana industry to lawmakers
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coming up why leaders in the legal market say the system is rigged for them to fail. and we're tracking some rain back to the forecast this whole week is going to need umbrellas and chains in the mountains. it's gonna be a weather week. i'll be gonna be a weather week. i'll be back here with the details. there's a different way to treat hiv. it's once-monthly injectable cabenuva. cabenuva is the only once-a-month, complete hiv treatment for adults who are undetectable. cabenuva helps keep me undetectable. it's two injections, given by a healthcare provider once a month. hiv pills aren't on my mind. i love being able to pick up and go. don't receive cabenuva if you're allergic to its ingredients or taking certain medicines, which may interact with cabenuva. serious side effects include allergic reactions post-injection reactions, liver problems,...and depression. if you have a rash and other allergic reaction symptoms, stop cabenuva and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have liver problems or mental health concerns, and if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or considering pregnancy. some of the most common side effects include
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sauces live in oakland with a breakdown of what the companies think the governor can do, zachy it all comes down to the tax framework for legalized cannabis products taxes that are making those products so expensive. it's crippling sales. but it is an emergency. david goldman, who sits on the board of the san francisco dispensary green cross , adding his name to the hundreds of signatures already supporting this letter to governor, gavin newsom meant leaders in the state legislature posted to change .org the document stating, quote we need you to understand that we have been pushed to a breaking point . it's not just our dispensary. it's every dispensary. is facing this exact problem a problem, goldman and industry leaders behind the letter say, is directly tied to how the industry is being regulated and taxed in the state, leaving those playing by the rules unable to compete with prices being offered by the illegal underground market if we don't
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get in front of this tax issue, it's going to it's going to roll right over us. goldman's husband, michael cohen, sits on the leadership of the brownie, mary democrats of california, a group that advocates for medical cannabis patients worried that the illegal market could stifle the growth of california's burgeoning cannabis industry. we need to be careful. because because it is so new situation that currently allows illegal suppliers to offer cannabis products that are reported to be on average 50% cheaper than those of their regulated counterparts and potentially dangerous the medicine isn't tested. and from my experience when we tested it was cannabis. it's often found to be high and pesticides, lowering the taxes to put it down in the illicit market, i think is an excellent way in the long run to raise state tax revenues from cannabis . a spokesperson for the governor's office, responding in a statement saying. the governor acknowledges the need to curb illegal sales and supports tax reform, adding, in part quote.
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it's clear that the current tax construct is presenting unintended but serious challenges and he tax reform effort in this space will require actions from two thirds of the legislature and the governor is open to working with them on a solution. if we see the legislature boeing our taxes and making access more available in cities and counties throughout the state. and create more places for medical cannabis patients to consume legally in public, then i'll believe what the governor said. and among the demands from industry leaders and immediate lifting of the state's cultivation tax on growers and a three year holiday from the states excise tax for now i'm live in oakland's excess . ktvu fox two news. no doubt it's big business out here in california, zack. thank you. rapper drake. oh the ruler, has died after being stabbed at the los angeles music festival where he was set to perform. chp says a fight broke out backstage at the once upon a time in l. a
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festival. a suspect stabbed the 28 year old rapper. his real name is darrell caldwell. he died at the hospital. after the violence, the lapd and organizers shut down the concert early. the event had featured driscoll as well as snoop dogg, ice cube and 50 cent. no arrests have been made. one democratic senators promised about no appears to kill president biden's $2 trillion social spending plan, but some lawmakers want to see about happened on the senate floor anyway. west virginia senator joe manchin says he cannot vote to approve president biden's $2 trillion build back better legislation. that decision will likely sink the passing of the bill in the senate box news alexandria hoff has the latest now from washington. i've always said this bread. if i can't go home and explain it. to the people of west virginia. i can't vote for it. and i cannot vote to continue with this piece of legislation. i just can't. i've tried everything humanly possible. i can't get there.
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you're done. this is this is a note. this is a no. on this legislation. i have tried everything i know to do. lawmaker reaction ranges from relief on the right to the left , where some still think that mansion could be swayed, and on the far left, his decision is being taken as pure betrayal. we all knew that senator mentioned couldn't be trusted. um, you know the excuses that he just made i think are complete board , progressives say. they predicted that the massive spending bill would fall apart once it was decoupled from the bipartisan infrastructure. are built. congresswoman alexandria , casio cortez tweeted. maybe they'll believe us next time. congresswoman cori bush said. this having those couple together with the only leverage we had, and what did the caucus do? we tossed it while the dispute among democrats continues, republicans are expressing gratitude for mansion , knocking down legislation that the cbo determined would cost
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upwards of $4.5 trillion. republican senator lindsey graham said this quote i very much appreciate senator manchin decision not to support bill back better, which stems from his understanding of the congressional budget office's analysis of the bill. the reality is the overwhelming majority of the congress. knows that this bill is crazy, even though there are six or seven them that only stay in private what joe and kirsten cinema say regularly in public. democratic senator bernie sanders wants to see a vote take place even without mansion support. if that is the case. that i hope that we will bring a strong bill to the floor of the senate as soon as we can. and let miss the man should explain to the people of west virginia why he doesn't have the guts to stand up to powerful special interests, manchin said today if lawmakers want to vote on the bill to show where they stand, then they should hold one. in washington. alexandria hoff fox news. all right, check this out. if you were not outside around sunset, take a look at some of what? you missed our camera in emeryville
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captured images of this gorgeous glow over the bay. while it was dry cold today, you need to get ready for a change this week. ktvu chief meteorologist, bill martin joins us now with the forecast high bill. hey greg, you know that is what you're saying out there. those clouds that's a changing atmosphere reigns on the way you can feel it out there temperatures today we're on the cool side. it was just foggy and cool and. you know, some places got some, like oakland had some sun today. but and like parts of marin county, you didn't see the sun all day and high temperatures just in the upper forties. also inland right up by vacaville and fairfield temperatures. just in the upper forties. low fifties high in antioxidant was 48 degrees highs tomorrow are going to be warmer by a couple of degrees. we're going to see that fog kind of get lifted out. as that weather system that sunset we showed you. that's a weather system coming on shore or getting close to and it's going to release the inversion, which makes the fog go away. that's why we're going to be a little warmer. but once it releases the inversion about 12 hours later, we're going to get a weather system in here that shows up pretty much monday night into
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tuesday morning, and the rain starts and sticks around. we're going to be wet for bought it off pretty much the whole week and probably into the weekend as well. lots of snow for the mountains. this is a really productive pattern. we're not expecting rainfall accumulations , you know, half inch, two inches, three inches four inches . we're not expecting a daily expecting 12 inches in 24 hours . anything like that. so in terms of flood concerns, hydro problems were not sweating it. too bad. this looks like a good one. in the mountains. there will be some travel stuff to be thinking about as you move around in the lake tahoe area. so think about that, especially starting on tuesday, but areas of fog tomorrow morning starts out today like it did or charged out tomorrow like it did today that rain gets in here. it's rainy and windy all week and then we've got significant snow for the mountains as we head into the bay area weekend. all right, bill. thanks and a follow up to a story we brought you last night on the 10 o'clock news. we have learned that an employee died in a devastating fire at a q v. c distribution center in north carolina. the
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fire started early yesterday morning while 300 employees were working. it burned for 16 hours until it was contained. the fire destroyed about 75% of the sprawling distribution center. and killed 21 year old kevin ricks. q. v c says everyone else made it out of the building safe . authorities are investigating the cause of the fire. q b. c. says more details regarding shipping and delivery of holiday merchandise. will be released once the exact impact of the fire is known. rockets fly in the direction of the u. s. embassy coming up investigators now working to figure out who launched the weapons and coming up in sports. one of the warriors keep players is placed on the league's health and safety protocol. details coming up. also ahead tonight, space tourists returned to earth see tourists returned to earth see how they're doing a enjoy the gift of being together. the binaxnow covid-19 antigen self test has the same technology used by doctors and detects multiple variants. so in just 15 minutes,
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no group has claimed responsibility. it happened yesterday. the embassy is located in baghdad's green zone , where other foreign embassies are also housed. the u. s military shot down one of the rockets and the second one missed the embassy compound, iran backed militias said in new year's day deadline for the united states to pull its forces out of the country. a dire assessment about afghanistan today from speakers at a summit in pakistan. leaders of dozens of islamic countries came together for the meeting, with some saying the country has sunk into an economic crisis after the taliban takeover in august as fox news is jeff paul reports the economic collapse of the country already teetering dangerously on the edge would have a horrendous impact on the region and the world. pakistan who pushed for the meeting says the gathering is about the afghan people, but its prime minister also didn't press the taliban over the lack of women's rights in afghanistan. saying
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the world needs to understand quote cultural sensitivities unless action is taken immediately. of what is stan is heading for girls. any government when it can't be it. salaries of its public servants , hospital doctors, nurses any government is going to collapse. but kills suits no. one it certainly does not suit the united states. pakistan's prime minister went on to saying human rights and women's rights mean different things in different countries. his focus seems squarely on getting major world powers like the united states to ease sanctions. part of it would mean the release of billions of dollars worldwide and funds were frozen after the taliban takeover in august, and since then the country has sunk into not only an economic crisis, but a humanitarian one as well. of the currency in the country continues to plummet. poverty levels are rising, impacting an estimated 97% of the population
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. most families spend nearly all of the little money they have on food. and are still going hungry, the taliban's deputy foreign minister says if something doesn't change, we could see a surge of economic refugees if the political and economic situation doesn't change in afghanistan. there will be even more migrations, which will be a big heading and problems to our neighbors, the countries in the region and even to europe. so if they want to solve this problem, it is important to work on the basic infrastructures in afghanistan so that migrants are persuaded to return back to afghanistan. even if aid starts pouring in recovery will be slow. just a day after the taliban announced it is resuming issuing travel documents, hundreds waited in line in the freezing cold some overnight. just to get a passport to leave in london. jeff paul fox news. two big areas, cities to children's hospitals and claims of two different levels of care. coming up. ktvu brooke stroh's takes a
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deeper look into white, dozens of doctors, nurses and patients are pointing the finger at ucsf. also ahead, find out what could complicate the state's work to get people employed. plus and you scam warning tonight. this time scammers are targeting people signing up for t s a people signing up for t s a preacher. stay with us. everyone needs health insurance. covered california is making sure more people can get it. new federal funding of $3 billion is available to help more californians get covered. check coveredca.com now to see your new lower price. enroll by december 31st.
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from one moment to the next, our kids become the most important part of our lives. that's why it's important to have health insurance. with covered california, we got a plan we could afford, with preventive care at no extra cost. enroll by december 31st. a lifeline for east bay families , but after becoming affiliated with ucsf, the hospital is facing growing criticism. some providers and patients claim there's a lack of care for those who are mostly from disadvantaged and communities of color. new intended night. ktvu investigative reporter, brooks jarocz looks into their complaints from dozens of doctors, nurses and patients. having her was amazing. i think it was the best thing that ever happened to me. a mother's life
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forever changed her daughter diagnosed with sickle cell anemia, a blood disease requiring regular attention, medication and causing it times immense pain without warning. it's like an aching feeling. are stabbing feeling. my witness stamps has visited children's hospital, oakland her entire life nationally recognized as one of the best for sickle cell patients. but in recent years, mother low wanna noticed changes in care? i have this thing that it's going to #### in a #### basket. in an emergency. she says the hospital used to have a bed ready for her daughter. they just call as they rushed in for help, but now they wait in the er for an hour, and it's not just patients who think priorities have changed. not about patient care, but it's about money and power. this high ranking doctor who wants to remain anonymous, fearing job security claims in oakland programs have been cut staff is leaving, and patients are put in
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a tough spot. talk about equity . but what you see on the ground is the exact opposite that you see patients with less resources after underrepresented minorities. been treated worse. he and another prominent doctor estimated about three dozen physicians have left in frustration. the doctor who spoke to us even filed three whistleblower complaints with the state. claiming the hospital went from six pulmonologist down to two and he says the mission bay campus treats 40 pediatric sickle cell patients, but oakland treats 800 kids and adults. others inside the hospital save vital services have been stripped down or moved across the bay. for some, it means that they have to go over to ucsf for care that they used to get at children because i care has been transferred. and that's really difficult if you're a kid. uh from a poor community in the central valley for your even east oakland. this nurse has spent four decades of
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children's who says the burden of time transportation and parking falls on the poor in communities of color. despite the high need in oakland, records compiled by healthcare workers show treatments moving to san francisco, for instance, surgeries in oakland dropped by 24% since the affiliation while san francisco's increased by 5% they deny it, but it looks like systemic racism to us because the differences between the two hospitals. is huge. ucsf did not grant us an interview but says it has saved the oakland hospital from financial collapse is modernizing. what are outdated facilities and rebuilding care programs. now that's not to say there are not speed bumps that have occurred. president matthew cook defended the affiliation at an oakland virtual town hall last year along with the ceo. we've made significant progress in bringing fiscal stability to the hospital
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where strengthening the programs you csf says it has contributed $181 million for underinsured pediatric patients, added a new intensive care unit in september was awarded as $17 million grant to study sickle cell disease. and wants to invest a billion dollars over the next 10 years to expand the oakland campus. we are committed to this community. and to make sure that the patient's families. get what they need, regardless of their ability to pay. but the doctor who spoke to us says it's not the first time you csf has heard these complaints hopeless. you feel the same way focusing instead. you don't have any power to make change. just weeks ago, another town hall had healthcare workers. community members in lawmakers concerned about accessibility and accountability. ucsf has a responsibility. to be accountable to the east bay community. it is not what we.
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expected of this merger and quite frankly, it makes me. it makes me mad. you csf denies the allegations, calling them inaccurate, misleading or false . but for families like the stamps, it has been a never ending struggle. i don't know it's going nowhere. i'm scared when you have a check. sick child. it's hard. it's hard. it's very hard in the comfort in knowing that you have these doctors and nurses that's along the side of you, regardless of what's going on. it matters a lot. and when you don't have that type of support, it's difficult. it's very, very difficult. and i just want them to be back to how they were. brooks jarocz ktvu fox two news. ucsf says its role in oakland was to stabilize the hospital's finances. it started a website called setting the record straight. ucsf also says it hopes to start construction in
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2023. without $1 billion. oakland expansion first needs approval of the city council jury will begin its first day of deliver double. excuse me deliberations tomorrow morning in the fraud trial if there are those founder elizabeth holmes closing arguments in that three month trial in federal court in san jose, ended last friday. homes is charged with misleading the public and investors about the accuracy. up their noses, blood testing technology if necessary. the jury will take a break on friday for christmas eve and then get back to work next week leading into the new year. and closing arguments begin tomorrow in the trial of former minneapolis police officer kim potter potter stands accused of killing dante right, testified last week that she mistook her gun for taser during a traffic stop in april. the state rested its case earlier last week after calling more than 24 witnesses to the stand. potter faces manslaughter charges if convicted of the most serious charge. potter faces up to 15 years in prison. recent
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figures show the state's job market and economy is slowly rebounding. but some experts say there could be a new road block the omicron variant as ktvu. tom baker tells us, there's concern a potential covid surge will derail some of that progress. despite a gain of 45,000 new jobs in november, reducing california's unemployment down to 6.9% from 7.3. it is still the highest. in the nation. national unemployment is well below that at 4.2% with several states now under 3% what worries labor lawyer mike bernick of the duane morris law firm and a former ed director. is the macron covid variant. well that's really the big issue for this week and going forward. um is what impact i'm a crown is going to have in terms of employment in our state. but macron has already slowed things down as many companies such as apple, google and lift just to name a few. are telling many
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employees to stay home. it should have less impact, then a number of the previous variance simply because the economy has moved so much over the past year and a half to remote work economy. in fact, the biggest job gains came from businesses that already had a lot of remote workers. but the losses of in person conventions is a big threat to those in travel, convention businesses big segment in our state over two million jobs. ths likely to take the bigger hits. um if i'm a front continues to grow so far, we've regained 70% of the jobs lost to the pandemic. yeah the overall returned to work still continues to lag, with the states still having more than 1.15 million jobs available, but still not taken. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. move over richard branson
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and jeff beso said japanese billionaire returned to earth after a self funded trip to space coming up details on his out of this world vacation plus because of covid and everything going on, like. i feel like people are just still spending money, which is like surprising to me. she is not wrong. sales are expected to break records this holiday season. despite inflation, covid concerns coming up, we'll hear from some last minute shoppers. we've got rain back in the forecast, you know about that. it's going to last pretty much all week. it starts on tuesday and kind of lasts right through the weekend will right through the weekend will line it up for you there are a lot of things in life we want, but can't have. health insurance shouldn't be one of them. covered california is making health insurance more affordable for millions of us. even if you've looked before, you should look again.
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everyone needs health insurance. covered california is making sure more people can get it. new federal funding of $3 billion is available to help more californians get covered. check coveredca.com now to see your new lower price. enroll by december 31st. cosmonaut safely returned to earth on monday after spending
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12 days on the international space station. fashion tycoon yusaku miyazawa, his producer, yo's ahora, no! and russian cosmonaut alexander. mr churkin made a soft landing in a russian so use capsule and the steppes of kazakhstan. shortly after nine a.m. local time on the ground crew was assisted by russian rescue teams and given medical checkups all appear to be in good health. the landing wraps up the first visit by a self paying space tourist, the space station and more than a decade. the national federation of retailers expects holiday shopping will break records this year, and that's despite the rising rate of inflation nationwide. ktvu is greg liggins caught up with holiday shoppers working to find last minute deals on this final weekend before christmas. crowds were sparse at walnut creek's broadway plaza sunday, though there were a few shoppers picking up last minute gifts. it was ken tasha's chance to buy for his wife. it was the only day that i had. without her. she's at dance class right now,
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so i'm getting the things i need to for her. lots of people were empty handed, possibly because their holiday shopping is mostly done. i was like, get ahead early, like two months, so i don't have to deal with it. outside i haven't done usually within the month and a half. reports indicate many shoppers began buying earlier than normal because of concerns about product availability and shipping delays. the shopper from southern california says the supply chain crunch is evident where she lives. wrecks are few and far between. there's just not a lot of merchandise, and a lot of the sizes are picked over already. and they were even a couple weeks ago, the national retail federation expects a record breaking holiday season, anticipating november and december sales to hit an all time high of between 834 and $859. billion despite concerns over coronavirus and high inflation. i was looking at certain things i didn't realize like how much it has gone up, and i was like, oh, i can't get that anymore. i am surprised just because of covid and everything going on like i feel
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like people are just still spending money, which is like surprising to me. whether still spending or already spent many were out and about enjoying the final weekend before christmas in advance of the gift of rain. all of the bay area will soon receive. i'm enjoying the fresh air. it's beautiful out, i actually expected to be much more busy. if you are last minute shopper, it is certainly time for you to get busy. only five shopping days left. greg liggins ktvu fox two news. are you looking to speed up your screening time at the airport coming up if you're signing up for t s a pre check details on the scam you need to watch out for and get ready for more rain . ktvu chief meteorologist bill . ktvu chief meteorologist bill martin there's a different way to treat hiv. it's once-monthly injectable cabenuva. cabenuva is the only once-a-month, complete hiv treatment for adults who are undetectable. cabenuva helps keep me undetectable. it's two injections, given by a healthcare provider once a month.
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experts are warning of a scam that can steal your money and personal information. that scam comes from a phishing email claiming to be from immigration , visa and travel asking you to renew your pre check membership. the email asked for your name, place of birth and passport number, which can be used for identity theft. the site tells you to pay the usual $85 fee at the interview, but when you look carefully at also asked for a $140 140 dollars through paypal , which experts say is a giveaway that that site is not real. if you're making an actual payment for some other government service, you're always going to have multiple other types of payment methods like credit and debit cards. the other sign that the email isn't real is that it comes from a dot com address. anything that comes from the government will come from a dot gov address. there are growing fears tonight about a new hacking system that could threaten any computer in the world, including yours as fox news is jennifer griffin reports . one security expert warns of a cyber pearl harbor. departments
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around the world are scrambling to close a gap in software used by nearly every computer around the world amidst frantic warnings from top national security cyber officials who fear a cyber armageddon. if companies don't act fast to patch the problem, an employee at the chinese tech company alibaba discovered the vulnerability that would allow anyone to use log four j. a widely used software tool to remotely hack into any computer in the world and take over the entire server. the log four j vulnerability. it's the most serious vulnerability that i have seen. in my decades long career, everyone should assume that they are exposed and vulnerable and to check and make sure that they're not vulnerable . the nsa u. s cyber command and cisa are taking urgent action to detect threat activity. since the vulnerability was discovered late last week. cyber experts
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say the us is already under attack checkpoint software reported 800,000 attempted attacks in 72 hours, a pandemic like spread about 100 hacks on the nation's computers and infrastructure every minute as bad actors like china, russia and iran. try to exploit the vulnerability, which some experts say could give them the ability to shut down the internet and critical u s infrastructure. i think everybody wants to tell you there's going to be like a cyber pearl harbor. that's not how this works. what's going to happen is they want to believe us out through cuts? they don't want to have some sort of cyber 9 11 to unify us. rather they want to do lots of small things . this former navy cybersecurity expert compares the latest vulnerability to finding out the salt in your house is poisoned. then you realize you have salt in almost every product in your kitchen. not just the salt shaker fox news has learned. the israelis have already reported that iranian hackers tried to exploit the log four j vulnerability. to get into its
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government computers but failed at the pentagon. jennifer griffin, fox news. all right. we've been talking about the rain potential for this upcoming week, and in fact, it looks good. it starts on tuesday or late monday night tomorrow night into tuesday and kind of keeps going. here's the long range model. it's like i always say it doesn't really give you find. fine tuning on this thing, but it gives you a rough idea. so here we are. now here we are tomorrow, mostly to partly cloudy all day and then around tuesday morning, tuesday, mid morning, you start to see showers move in. a little break and you see more wednesday and you see more thursday. then you see more friday easy more saturday, so keeps going. it's a really, really nice pattern for rainfall, but it's really i think, really good pattern. a really great pattern for snowfall that will that will spin off shore right there. that's going to sit there pretty much all week. and things will rotate through it. they'll come underneath it and they'll come up through and they'll change and they'll grow and shrink and
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they do all sorts of things. so it's kind of hard to really pinpoint exactly the amount of rain will see the exact timing. so we're just going to go day by day, and tomorrow is a day like today. we'll see valley fog. when you wake up, you'll see cool daytime highs. obviously cool overnight lows, too. but cool daytime highs like today we had mid mid number forty's and some of the cool spots because of the valley fog. tomorrow will be slightly warmer. tomorrow we'll see low fifties where there were upper forties. we're going to see a little clearing as that low that pinwheel gets closer to the coast and that releases the inversion. so one day eight inches over the course of weekend. yeah, i guess i think we could see last we could see more just depends without that. what comes around the horn here so each day we'll take a look at the systems as they come. in up over by the gulf and then back down into this, and as they do, they'll kind of form and they'll make more sense. the models get a better handle on i'm okay. this is what we got. but suffice to say we're not looking at an atmospheric river. we're looking at more. typical funnel systems and kind of extra
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tropical winter or early winter storms. current temperatures and i guess the point where i was trying to make there is so i don't we're not anticipating a foot of rain in any one of these dumps were expecting half inch an inch and a half and then the next one comes through. he's a half inch. next one comes through these a quarter inch. next one come through these a half inch something like that, so it's going to be variable. precipitation forecast overnight lows and there's all that fog. it was cold man, if you're in the central valley today, it's going to go that way again. so these are the dew point right over here. those are the temperatures senators is 44 dew point 41. right at least three degrees and you get fog. four degrees here and you get to that dew point temperature. get fog. i'm just doing that to show you that. yes. fog is back in the equation for this evening. here's the model. there is. tomorrow morning. nearest tomorrow night. that's your day. here comes the rain tuesday morning. tuesday afternoon. wednesday morning. right it's going now wednesday afternoon, and that's going to that's going to change around a little bit
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will be interesting to see there. the forecast highs. fifties low fifties and then the five day forecast, smiling because of man, we're getting rain. we're getting more of it this week. i think a lot of folks like that because you got folks in town. you're hunkered down, eating the. i like apple pie at christmas. you're doing that and you just watching it rain and watching college football. there you go like the holidays. i like that. that's right. time for christmas, bill. thank you. in the spirit of that season, some people experiencing homelessness in the east bay received some help. today group of volunteers in el cerrito spent this morning feeling more than 450 backpacks with food and beverages, masks, clothing and personal care items. then, with the help of the richmond fire department, the backpacks were delivered to homeless people in richmond and emeryville. this is the third year that sean car organized the backpack giveaway . he hopes to continue that tradition again next season. coming up in sports. the 49ers looked to win their fifth game in the last six matchups. niners falcons highlights right after the break then on the 11 o'clock
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news say goodbye to the blue light special last kmart in california closes its doors for good. so you how sho evening eves
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happening tonight in sports the 49ers with the great chance today to solidify their chances of being a playoff team, playing head to head with one of the teams right behind them in that chase. patrick willis and john taylor inducted into the edward debartolo senior hall of fame during today's game against atlanta after the 49ers fumbled away the opening kickoff. their defense made his statement. falcons not selling her field goal. matt ryan's pass broken up by jack waske. start pockets get no points after starting out of the san francisco 14 2nd quarter, the 49ers break a 33 tie. kyle you stick drives in from the six yard line, 49ers
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headed 10 to 3 lead now it's 10 10 with just seconds remaining in the first half 49ers give the ball to the guy who does it all. deebo samuel again running from scrimmage and again finding the end zone. that's the fourth straight game in which tebow has a rushing touchdown. 17 10 pockets, got the ball to start the second half. on third and eight matt ryan is sacked by nick bosa adds to his career high with his 15 2nd the year the bonuses you forces the volunteers recovered by fred warner 49ers took advantage. jeff wilson. powers in from the 5 24 10 on wilson's first rushing touchdown of the year. he went for 110 yards and all. then later in the third quarter , the 49ers pad their lead. jimmy garoppolo, did you wan jennings make it look easy? 49ers in front 31 13 as they win by that final score, san francisco eight and six right now would be the number six seed in the nfc playoffs. well, after coming home from a three and two road trip, the warriors are back home tomorrow night. against sacramento. they'll be playing at least that game without the
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services of andrew wiggins and jordan's pools pool was already in covid safety protocol, and today, wiggins joined him on that list. wiggins was resistant to being vaccinated at the beginning of the season before agreeing to it and steph curry, draymond, green auto porter and andre odula were sent back to the bay area after friday's one in boston rather than travel on to toronto. for players to be taken out of protocol. they have to test negatively in two separate tests 24 hours apart. well, they're calling this. the pac 12 coast to coast challenge played in las vegas, stanford to get 17th ranked texas baseline move and jam for the longhorns christian bishop. that's trey mitchell with the perfect assist the longhorns lead. 34 27 at halftime. stanford trying to play catch up in the second half, harrison ingram with the spin move, the ball will trickle into the hole. that is actually the longhorns able to stretch it out marcus car, forcing the turnover in their passing ahead to bishop as longhorns improved to stanford is six and four after that final score. all
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right, cal on the home court today against dartmouth, the bears trying to make it three wins in a row of five in the second half. making up seven is joel brown drives to the hoop gets one to go from the left side, led by four at the half. added on in the second half, jordan's shepherd was the big score for the bears. he goes into the lane gets the who, plus the foul at the five minute mark sheppard had 18 the bears 61 55 winners. cows been tough at home. the bears are 71 there, there's seven and five overall. and in tempe tonight, usf great bill cartwright on hand to see. arizona state hosts the dawn's usf trying to bounce back from its first loss of the season last night. dons in front early in the second half. khalil shabbas drives to the hoop for two more. shabbas led us up with 20 points. but here's what the game was decided that dons down to you see the time left dmitry rooney shooting a three he's fouled by kamani. lawrence rooney calmly hit all three is free throws that give yourself at one point lead, so. came down to this. the sun devils
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inbounding with 4.5 seconds to go. mary ann jackson inbounds, then takes a pass for a game winning three. but he comes up empty and the sun devils miss a put back. dons hang on for a 66 65 win their 11 and one after their first went over issue in 44 years. and he wasn't on the winning team. but it is news any time tiger woods is playing in a golf tournament, adding the auto accident 10 months ago and the fact that his teammate was his 12 year old son. and it's must see t v team of tiger and charlie woods starting played three strokes off the lead in today's pnc tournament in florida. this tournament of fathers sons scrambled charlie for birdie on the 15th hole, which he calmly knocks down. that was the ninth straight birdie for the woods team, putting them 2300 parks. charlie looks like he's ready for the tour. right now. he's on the par 3/17 not afraid of a little water hazard. and you get that close. well, you finished business yourself. charlie made the verdict for number 10 in succession. tiger and charlie.
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one stroke back of john daly and his son, john. they could pull even if tiger made that birdie putt at 18. the birdie string comes to an end, tiger and charlie finished the tournament. 2500 par all daily and his son have to do to close it out. is make a par, but john the elder finished with the birdie, so he and his son finished 27 under par breaking the tournament record, said two years ago by davis love and his son, the dailies win it. the woods team comes up short, but a pretty good day for tiger watchers and anybody interested in golf, and for that matter, anybody interested in a human story. it is crazy. how much charlie looks like his dad. all the mannerisms and all the swagger. there's a video that's gone viral with all the same mannerisms and you're right. they were showing that to tiger and he was just cracking up as it was watching it. at only 12 years old to so much poise. unbelievable the second coming alright. thanks, joe. you bet next at 11. it is just, you know, raging through through the world. really i know people are sick of hearing this, but the virus is not sick of us. it's thrown us a new curveball. what
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we see happening with the coronavirus these days is leaving some people feeling like it's 2020 all over again. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox news starts now. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener , and i'm greg lee. and for frank somerville kobe 19 cases are surging, and that's beginning to impact large events from dance performances in the bay area to sporting events. across the country. the pandemic is forcing a new round of postponements or cancelations, and all of this is happening as holiday travelers start to pack their bags again. tonight. we're learning mass on airplanes may become the norm for a very long time. also tonight, president biden prepares a speech on coronavirus, the white house says. it will come with new steps to try to limit the spread of covid 19. we begin this hour with ktvu elissa harrington and look at how covid cases are beginning to force changes to events. alyssa yes, some people say it's starting to feel like 2020 all over

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