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the punches. i think everybody needs to be safe, you know? i mean, i think if it gets canceled you get you got to have a good attitude and have christmas in the airport. christmas celebrations with family get put on hold for a lot of people tonight. still working to get their holiday destinations. good evening and merry christmas. i'm amanda
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quintana, and i'm greg liggins, andre and christina have the night off. well christmas. it brought us joy but also brought just a few complications as if canceled. flights are not enough . people are seeing wet streets across the bay area and a lot of snow in the sierra don't expect to see a break in the stormy conditions anytime soon. ktvu meteorologists roberto gonzales joins us now with details of more wet weather to wrap up this weekend. what is soggy saturday ? what is soggy christmas? it has been. we have been drenched in the past 24 hours. national weather service has recorded anywhere from a half an inch of rain in san francisco to nearly a full inch of rain in oakland and take a look at our storm tracker. it has been spot on placing the frontal boundary passing through the region now in its wake a lot of instability if you light showers to the north as we cruise past rohnert park into sonoma this is a cell that just passed through bay point marching towards pittsburgh. it does contain some claps of thunder. i have not
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detected any lightning bolts. and meanwhile, this just pushed out of the 5 86 80 corridor. it's making tracks through. liver more up the ultimate pasts and heading towards tracy. now, if you're in centerville, you're listening to the rain drops on your rooftop says well, hey, i picked up some sleet at mount hamilton's at 37 degrees. we could wake up tomorrow morning to a little bit of a light dusting of snow there and from san francisco, the marina district all the way through north beach and did the bayview district and to south san francisco. we do have light to moderate rain falling right now. but wait, there's more rain and local mountain snow heading this way, the full forecast straight ahead. but wait, there's more. thank you so much. roberta heavy snow in the sierras, forcing a shutdown of a stretch of interstate 80 tonight. visibility got so bad this afternoon, the chp made a move to shut down lanes in both directionse california nevada state line. snow is still fall have offeredo
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estimate of when the freeway might reopen. our weather app can help you track rain and snow over the holidays that is free to download. it includes interactive radar and more. airlines are scrambling tonight to get back on schedule after canceling hundreds of flights across the country. positive covid tests are leading to staffing shortages. ktvu is james torres shows us how they area travelers failed to escape the air travel trouble for a second day in a row. when you're at the crossroads between covid-19 and christmas, you're bound to find a variety of stories here at the airport. anything from a little bit of stress to some heartwarming reunions. planes taking over the skies above sfo on christmas day, while many make their way through airport terminals to board them. it's been getting a little bit more stressful. i'm kind of a little more worried about going home now to my mom after traveling so it's a little bit more stressful. now the omicron variant continues to be top of mind for holiday
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travelers. united and delta airlines continue to cancel flights day today as a result of short staff. about 50 flights canceled christmas eve from san francisco. more than 30 today. my sister got two flights canceled today. so yeah point. yes. both delta flights. but for flights that are making it, christmas seems a lot less stressful. this man is seeing his mom fly to sfl from palm springs for the first time in person in more than a year, she's tripled. triple vaccine. and so it's good for her to be up here. they had christmas plans last year. that couldn't happen because of covid concerns . my mom is, you know she's 75 now and so she's been homebound and staying home. so this is actually a big deal for her to come out. covid testing at the airport closed today for the christmas holiday. many passengers. we spoke to say they were prepared with negative covid tests. they hope their vaccines and boosters will continue to keep them safe from
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covid and its variants. and i'm boosted got both shots, so i'm protected. i hope airline ceos now asking the cdc to reduce the time of quarantine from 10 days. 25 days, they say that will help tackle some of the travel headaches that some customers are dealing with this holiday season. reporting from sfo. i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news. us health officials now say oh, macron is the dominant strain of covid, with cases having been reported in every state. despite that a travel restriction put in place to slow. the spread of macron is coming to an end. fox news correspondent charles watson has the details. concerns over the coronavirus pandemic mounting as people around the world celebrate christmas and up taking a micron cases, forcing many churches across the us to cancel indoor services and instead opting to hold them online or outdoors despite the omicron variant, dominating cases nationwide, the cdc easing
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corentin requirements for health care providers. to fight back against staffing shortages. newly released guidelines allowing healthcare workers infected with covid 19 to return to work after isolating for seven days. that is down from the previous requirement of 10 days. returning staff also have to have a negative covid test requirements. some public health officials fear could further complicate matters right now we have a testing shortage, which means once again, you'll have people trying to scramble to get tests that they may not have access to, or taking a test from someone else who might need it. who has symptoms. francis delivering his christmas message saturday morning at the vatican , praying for an end to the pandemic, his holiness pushing for health care for the world. covid vaccines for the poor and asking for support for those most affected by the coronavirus here in the us, the biden administration says it will lift travel restrictions on eight african countries you may recall the ban was initially implemented. to slow the spread
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of the omicron variant. now it's set to end next friday in atlanta. charles watson fox news with covid case rates and hospitalizations on the rise in sonoma county health officials there have issued a mandate for booster shots, but it's only going to affect eligible workers in certain professions. ktvu zach sauce joins us live from the newsroom after speaking with the school leader about why some people think this is necessary. zak yeah, those jobs in sonoma county, ranging from first responders to healthcare workers, and as you mentioned educators the county superintendent of schools, says he's not surprised about the new order, adding it was more of a matter of when not if it would happen. i think everyone realizes that this extra step makes it safer for all sonoma county superintendent of schools steven harrington on the new orders scheduled to go into effect countywide and february
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requiring all eligible public and private school employees to either get boosted or get tested for covid 19, least twice weekly so that the idea is to be ahead of this process. this this variant a variant. harrington says he's extremely concerned about after watching previous school years get chipped away at by major fires and flooding all followed by covid-19. when you look at the 58 counties, sonoma county in the state of california has had more lost instructional days in the past four years than any other county in the state, and, like many school districts across the state now spread thin. we are very short or step and everybody is sort of doubled up. so the priority now to keep teachers healthy so they can keep the kids in the classroom. my daughter's school teacher and she's protected. and you know, you've got to protect all the kids and the first responders got to protect the people that they're going out to help under the same county order. several groups of first responders,
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including firefighters, emergency medical workers, police officers and temporary disaster shelter employees will also be required to get a third shot or test twice a week. the same applies to those working in pharmacies or dental offices. i understand why it might be a requirement and i respect it because there you kind of protected and trying to protect us all the new mandate in expansion of a state order issued this week requiring the vast majority of healthcare workers to get a booster by february 1st or get tested by weekly meantime, harrington says around 96% of his school staff are already fully vaccinated and estimates that around 46% have received a third shot. it's just one of the necessary steps we need to follow. to keep the system going, because when you can have stability for a child, it also creates security for a child. and to help the process along, the superintendent says they're planning to hold a booster clinic for educators to get that third shot in january.
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live in the newsroom sex sauce. ktvu fox two news. alright, thanks so much, jack. the omicron variant shows up right now in 50 to 70% of all new coronavirus cases across the state. the us recorded its first confirmed case of that strength only three weeks ago. health care workers want you rethinking your mask routine because of the spread of arm across ontario science advisory table notes. single layer cloth masks may not be good enough. health care advocates are urging people to switch back to surgical style disposable masks, putting cloth masks on top for added protection. they say n95 masks offered the best protection. we have an entire section of our website dedicated to pandemic updates to get there. you can go straight to ktvu .com/ covid. new at 10 tonight in the south bay police are investigating the circumstances circumstances surrounding a deadly shooting
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there. it happened in cupertino on patrick court near stevens creek boulevard and south de anza boulevard. according to santa clara county sheriff's around four this morning, a homeowner shot and killed a trespasser. the identity of the person killed has not been released. anyone with information should call the santa clara county sheriff's office. we expect to hear from oakland's police chief monday about an incident where an officer fired shots at a suspect . investigators say it happened yesterday after the suspect brandished a firearm on 98th avenue. the officer was in the area because of reports about someone pointing a gun at a resident. no one was injured. during this incident, the officer has been placed placed on paid administrative leave. pending an investigation. a deadly shooting in oakland has pushed the homicide number 234 in 2021 around eight. last night , a man was shot and killed on lake shore near first avenue. this is near lake merritt. the identity of the victim has not been released. anyone with information is asked to call
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police i founded research that shows the better returns experience. you have the better forward experience in the better loyalty you build with those customers. let the returns begin coming up at 10 30. if you're not satisfied with that gift you got, we'll show you how new technology is helping stores satisfied customers. and to see how volunteers work today to ensure struggling they area families had a merry christmas. but first here's a look at a couple of kids in danville woke up to gifts under the tree. mhm. it's huge records tonight. did something happen to the most games played on duct tape. so what do you think doing? i got. great point victories people enja
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free meal at glides annual christmas day event. yeah, the gathering in san francisco began with a virtual celebration, followed by christmas meals sponsored by the glide foundation. guests were served ham, turkey and all the fixings. but as a covid precaution, they ate intense outside the church on ellis street. the annual event in the tenderloin started in the 19 eighties. glides been here, you know, since the turn of the century lizzie glide built. the building has been here for since. like 1964, he and jan. you know, kind of the backbone of glide for the last 60 some odd years. and we're really lucky today because she still this year and our celebration. he's looking good. feeling good. he sounds good. so yeah, special special day. reverend cecil williams founded , lied with his wife, janice marika tani, who died in august
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. yesterday glide served a special prime rib meal to more than 1000 people. president biden and first lady dr jill biden sent holiday greetings to u. s troops via video conference today. you'd rather be home today, but i don't blame you. jill and i not hard it is for you. but quite frankly, it's harder if your husbands, wives, moms, dads, children. be a part of our on duty during the season of togetherness and we? biden's understand that we still everyone smile. look at that empty chair and you know, service to your country is whether you're in iraq or you know, boys spent a year in iraq, the dello army national guard. remember that? we wish it felt like and i said all those birthdays and the other occasions celebrations were not together. so as your commander
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in, chief, i wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you. thank you. thank you. it's a poor substitute for what you're missing, but i understand that those are just some of the comments that came from the president today as he addressed troops and rein qatar, romania and more. the first couple was joined during the videoconference. you see him right there in the middle by their new puppy commander. the 16 week old german shepherd arrived at the white house earlier this week. and the bidens. he used twitter to send holiday greetings to everyone across the globe. the post includes a photo of the president and first lady standing in front of the fireplace decorated with garland. the caption reads from our family to yours. merry christmas, mayor time with loved ones be filled with warmth, comfort and joy this holiday season. well, president biden says he has not given up on his $2 trillion spending plan to help american families despite one democratic senators, opposition to the proposal, senate majority leader chuck schumer plans to bring the bill
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to a vote in the new year. fox news is alexandria hoff is in washington with a look at the scramble to move this plan forward. this christmas, some democrats were holding onto the gift of hope that the president's build back better spending plan will survive in some form, but without senator joe manchin support a full disassembly of the $1.7 trillion spending plan is likely. i think that we need to do what we can to take to get the victories that we can and create a build back better act. that includes the most important priorities that we can get mansion on board with. but senator manchin doesn't hold all the power here . the senate parliamentarian is still able to access portions of the bill if they don't align with the strict rules with that republicans are ready to push challenges. joe manchin did the right thing here. we need more representatives like him in the senate. that are willing to stand up against their own party and do what is right next month, senate majority leader chuck schumer plans to hold a vote on the sprawling bill that expands
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the social safety net and bolsters climate action. but any delay could pose a risk it could spill into january or february. it's still get enacted, but the risk for democrats is the longer the legislation. goes past, the greater the risk of something happening that then distracts either the senate or the country's a hole from this legislation, while senator manchin has declared that as the legislation stands, he will vote no the question remains of a vote is called, might other moderate democrats follow his lead in washington alexandria hop fox news. boy. the rain has been pounded the bay area today anywhere from nearly a half an inch of rain in san francisco to nearly a full inch of rain in oakland, and this is the scene at jack london square. that flag has been fluctuating. it has been pretty stiff at time, with the winds blowing 10 to 20 mph, and that will continue throughout the evening hours temperature span at this hour
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anywhere from a cool 42 degrees in santa rosa to a wet 47 degrees at s f o and i checked in with all the local airports and so far no reports of local airport delays at any of our international airports, including oakland and manetta. we do have the rain showers that continue right here throughout the bay area, and the snow is on the fly in the high sierra raindrops right now outside of rohnert park into glen allen. this is what i mean about scattered or occasional rain showers because what we're picking up is arranged our here. not there and then another rain shower over the bay now, meanwhile, we take a look at east palo alto. you're listening to those rain jobs on the rooftops as well. and we do have some rain m elpida's and i picked up some sleet to falling at mount tam milton with an air temperature of 36 degrees, so i wouldn't be surprised to see like dusting of snow. but tomorrow morning, certainly over the next couple of days rain showers right now. at portola hill, san francisco since a district and also daly city.
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here's the deal. we will continue to see periods of rain on again off again all the way through tomorrow morning that as sunday morning progresses again in and out of the rain showers. few sunny breaks, and then we began to see. the rain began in earnest from sunday evening, all the way overnight into your monday and we'll see very light accumulations, but nevertheless , it will continue to saturate the soil. so here's what you need to know your weather headlines tomorrow. scattered showers that potential for the wind to increase with these showers as well. 10 to 20 mph. monday periods of rain. it'll be cloudy it turns cooler and tuesday and wednesday chances of rain. i'll tell you when the rain is going to stop and we're going to include the tahoe forecast that's still coming up. some it of course, financial hardships for others. they're dealing with mental illness or physical health challenges. and for a lot of people, there's great. the holiday season. unfortunately comes with
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triggers for some people struggling with their mental health coming up what can be done to help those struggling to cope? and some great action in the world of sports on christmas day, all the highlights coming up later in sports, and throughout this evening, we're going to be bringing you messages from bay area service members deployed around the world. bill share their holiday wishes to family friends. and of course you do yours of ktvu. what's up, guys? i'm sorry. vanessa martin from santa california, currently dew point aboard the uss essex. i want to wish my family and friends back home. happy holidays. everyone safe. can't wait to be back home, guys. hi everybody. i'm chief face resume currently deployed aboard the uss essex. i just want to say merry christmas to my family back at home in california. i love and miss you. my wife carry my daughter, elizabeth. and my son, ace junior ace. don't eat all the cookies. ella don't eat, drink all the milk. that stuff is for santa. i love and miss you. santa. i love and miss you. okay. bye bye. enjoy the gift of being together.
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available in stores and online. holidays, the pandemic will complicate matters for people battling anxiety, depression and ptsd. elizabeth fry spoke to one of them about coping with holiday season triggers. for some, the holiday season isn't necessarily all things merry and bright. everything on tv sets
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the season to be jolly, but everyone is in jolly everyone isn't feeling festive and celebratory right now, and it's for a myriad of reasons. natasha pierre is a mental health advocate fighting to break the stigma, she says the holidays can actually be a trigger for those who may be struggling for summit. of course, financial hardships for others. they're dealing with mental illness or physical health challenges. and for a lot of people, there's grief, anxiety, depression and ptsd are the three most common struggles during the holiday months. mental illness does not take holidays off. so if you're dealing with anxiety, depression , ptsd mood disorders, you're going to have it during the holidays as well, pierce says. with the added stress of the ongoing pandemic, more people are being met with those holiday blues. but it's not a feeling that just disappears. once the holidays are over. we had a lot of distractions through november and december to really keep us occupied and focus on family and friends and shopping. but when
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january comes around and we have the bills, what's going to happen then? she says. if your loved ones are struggling, don't be afraid to step in and speak up. but if you're the one who may be feeling a little less mary this holiday in order to even get support to get help. you've got to be honest with what you're feeling. and it's okay to not feel festive. remember you're not alone and brighter days are ahead. in the meantime, pr says, you can still make the most of your holiday by setting boundaries and being honest. my recommendation is a pause, you know, step back, creating a traditions have conversations. get to know your family. elizabeth fry fox news. often they're actually in the end the government dump sort of in a trash heap quite literally in the landfill. and so that's a lot of lost money for the retailer itself. the downside to all of the returns here about to make at stores coming up on new technology works to help retailers accepting gifts that you don't like. investigators
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figure out what's creating a new sheen of oil off the coast of california. and from rainstorms to earthquakes. mother nature has been cruel to a famous california roadway. we're taking a look at the stat i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen...
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to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato. don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening. serious or life-threatening side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato. most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety.
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so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪ season of returning can begin sending back or exchanging unwanted gifts can be costly for companies. ktvu is tom vacar shows us how new type of technology is helping retailers will cover the cost of those returns. one critical consumer benefit that makes both online and brick and mortar stores. more successful are liberal return policies. but this year, experts say u s consumers will
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return some $67 billion in merchandise for replacements or refunds. that is the entire value of shipping giant federal express or allstate insurance and twitter combined, founded a research that shows the better returns experience. you have the better forward experience and the better loyalty you build with those customers begins, is a senior data director at toro, a software company that specializes in gift and product return technologies up toro projects returns cost retailers on average two thirds of their cost because many times the items are not refurbished, recycled or resold. how often they're actually ending up in a dump sort of in a trash heap quite literally in the landfill. and so that's a lot of lost money for the retailer itself and get this memory chips are everywhere now, not just in computers and phones. refrigerators washers. many appliances are loaded with them
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. so our wearable technologies, including fitness trackers, running shoes, earphones and smart glasses. all of them record and store. personal data needs to be an entirely different process where you're going through and you're doing things like wiping memory, making sure that personally identifiable information is not on these devices. that's why return technology has become increasingly essential. we've seen a number of retailers that have before they have on board top, toro we're throwing away north of 60 70 80% of their returns. recycling or putting in a dump. we keep 95 to 97% of all products put through up for us software out of landfills. that is also a very much intended environmental benefit for everyone. tom vacar ktvu fox two news new at 10. we now know what's causing a new sheen of oil seen along california's southern coast, california department of fish and wildlife tweeted today. that the oil is
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coming from a pipeline near bolsa chica state beach. that pipeline is run by california based oil and gas producer d. c. o r. the company has shut down its platform and pipeline operations. dive teams will check the pipeline next week to locate the exact source of that leak. right now. there are no estimates on how much oil has been spilled so far. there have been no reports of danger to wildlife. closer to home highway one through big sur is taking a beating from the weather and more these days, fox weather's robert ray breaks down the commitment to save this stretch of roadway. for hundreds of miles waves crashing to shore. rugged mountain cliffs as far as the eye can see in this nature lover's paradise. a region known as big sur, the pacific coast
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highway in central california is a national treasure. the sheer drama i mean the precipitous nature of the santa lists and mountain range. this very steep vertical incline coming into the ocean. and you have so much of the coast where you're right on the ocean. you can see the ocean crashing into the rocks, the mountains, the redwood trees going up above you. and incredible amount. florin fauna, amazing bird communities that are both migratory and actually live here. see see a lot of nature at play without being international park. standing at the edge of a continent can be challenging. but two lane highway has struggled to make it through a calendar year without a weather incident that closes a portion right, and he just glanced at the topography would let you understand that gravity or moisture or rainfall is going to bring material down the hill.
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the road was built in the 19 thirties, the region is geologically active landslides are customary and the highway has been closed almost 60 times because of the constant pressure of whether related events over the last 10 years we had one slide that closed the highway for 17 months. we've had bridges washout. and keep the highway closed for most of a year and most recently in january of this year north of here, we had a washout that washed out 150 ft section of the road. no one was injured, but california transportation engineers worked seven days a week to bring the $11.5 million project to the point where the road could reopen two months ahead of schedule. from the air. you can see the destruction back in january to the completed roadway in april. this is not just another highway in our highway system is not just another roadway in the united states of america. this is highway one and we resolve. we have commitment
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to make sure we preserve it. we protect it and we invest in it. up and down the pacific coast highway scenes like this behind me these tall ridges with boulders and debris that can get pushed down by heavy rainstorms and even earthquakes. but check this out. look at what engineers have created this incredibly steep dive and you can see just how far iraq or boulder can go and down there in that ravine where so many of them have landed right next to the edge of the pacific ocean. at no penta restaurant, which has been serving locals and tourists for over 70 years. keeping this landmark stretch of road open is imperative to their survival. the weather in in facts, big sur . it's very dramatic, whether it's fire or it's you know, flood as it were. um but it's incredibly resilient community not only the people who live here, but really the ecology. according to many climate scientists and their research because of a changing environment, the types of big storms that can better
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california with heavy rain, fire and snow are projected to increase in intensity in the years ahead. the fire season. that's running longer, gives us a shorter window to prep for the winter, so that's one of the things that we have to take into account going forward. as well. innovative engineering designs to keep this vulnerable stretch of coastline accessible to the millions who traverse the scenic highway. each year on the central coast of california, robert ray fox weather. we have grain. we have thunder and we have local snow and our mountains. we have the whole forecast and that's still coming up. nasa scientists have $10 billion worth of new equipment traveling through space tonight coming up how they think this project will benefit you and see how the salvation army does
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i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen... to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato. don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening. serious or life-threatening side effects can occur,
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including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato. most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪
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edge of time itself. james webb begins a voyage back to the birth of the universe. we are one step closer to seeing the world in a whole new light. today's lift off of nasa's $10 billion james webb space
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telescope. comes with a mission to seek out the faint, twinkling light from the first stars in galaxies that could give scientists a better understanding of cosmic creation . scientists say it will take about six months for this telescope to become fully operational. it's considered to be the hubble telescopes, successor. santa showing up for thousands in need in san francisco by way of salvation army volunteers today was the organization's annual drive through event of christmas meals. workers started preparing before sunrise at the soma core community center. dozens of volunteers then collected prepackaged meals to deliver across the city for 1000 meals in total for homebound seniors. san francisco resident bob nudo delivered about 80 meals. it has become a new tradition for us. we started last year and we're gonna do this every year. it's a lot of fun. and um you know what it's about. what christmas is
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all about is spreading joy and meals and giving to other people. there were about 120 delivery routes. in total, the annual event has taken place for 25 years. look forward to seeing another holiday lights special on ktvu this weekend. here's a preview of what our ktvu photojournalists are putting together. you can watch the full
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special tomorrow night at 6 30 here on ktvu and those photographers just challenging work well, coming up. scientists want to work your sense of taste into your tv viewing coming up. see how they plan to make that happen. and ktvu meteorologist roberto gonzalez will return with a look at more rain and snow in the forecast, but first here are more holiday messages from bay area service members deployed throughout the world. this is lieutenant colonel nimble it from prince sultan airbase. saudi arabia want to give a very special holiday shout out to my mom and dad and santa california miss you guys. thanks for all your health. have a happy and safe holiday can't wait to see you again. hi, everybody. i'm pfc. see i'm from union city, california and i'm currently stationed vicenza, italy. i just wanted to wish everyone back home. happy holidays, especially my family and friends and steph curry. big
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warriors fans, so just put that out there manhood looks different from guy to guy. but when yours bends in a different direction, you might feel bothered by it. so talk to a urologist. because a bend in your erection might be peyronie's disease or pd.

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