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accountable to for doing business with china and taking the olympics to the game to countries like this. several countries have told athletes to leave their personal electronic at home and to even use burner phones in london. alex hogan, fox news. this is ktvu fox two news at six. some of the tactics they used as they actually use some straps to pry open some of these doors and some of these businesses. thieves go on a crime spree in the south bay, targeting several stores with atms and in some look at some of those locations. the thieves crashed their vehicle right through the front doors. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener, and i'm clotting long. investigators say all those vests happened in a short time span early this morning in san jose. he did. his andre seniors here live with more and andre police believe these crimes are connected, right? yes it's hard to ignore that possibility. claudine considering all six businesses targeted in this brazen crime spree. took place in a short
time span. we're talking about an hour to an hour and a half. it's fair to say that this is not the kind of business senate claire smoke shop wanted to conduct tuesday. repairs are underway, damage left behind during a burglary and it wasn't the only business where an atm was targeted overnight, starting at about three a.m. we received several calls of six different businesses located throughout the city of san jose that were either burglarized or there was an attempted burglary. in addition to the senate, clara smoke shop, the crooks hit three liquor stores, one on east capitol expressway near mclaughlin avenue. another near camden avenue and ken elaine and another on brandon lane. the centers, a police department believes they were done by the same people using different vehicles as they roam the city over a span of one hour. some of the tactics they used as they actually use some straps to pry open some of these stores and some of these businesses and in other cases, police say they smashed their vehicles right into the front door. at g n a
color nail salon on ricky road and francis drive. the crooks reportedly wrapped a chain tied to their getaway vehicle around the atm, but abandoned that plan when an alarm sounded at one of the other locations. there was an atm there was actually broken open. we don't know how much money was taken from that atm. small businesses, though, weren't the only targets in these overnight capers. they attempted one final score just after 4:30 a.m. this safeway grocery store. on various erode that effort, though on successful in most cases, the thieves either attempted or achieved breaking into atms at the scene. but in one case, the liquor store located on brandon , the atm was taken from that liquor store. well these crimes occurred in the north, the downtown and south ends of the city. police do not have confirmation on whether any of the vehicles used were reported stolen work is underway right now to identify and arrest those involved. anyone with information is asked to contact the san jose police department burglary unit back to you. andre. thank you. when the span
of one week california recorded one million coronavirus infections. it's the fastest accumulation of new infections in the state to date, with now, more than seven million cases reported over the past two years. and the stunning speed of new infections illustrates the high transmissibility of the omicron variant. the federal government website where you can order at home. covid test did go online a day earlier than promised it went online today. ktvu cristina rendon has more on how that rollout is going. we will officially launch tomorrow morning. it's in the beta testing phase right now americans are already ordering their free covid-19 at home test kits through the website, covid tests dot gov. the south to launch one day ahead of the official launch, is working out any kinks in operating in a limited capacity. every website launch in our view comes with risk. we can't guarantee there won't be a bug or two. but the best tech teams across the administration and the postal service are working hard to make
this a success. the government's side takes you to a u. s postal service web page where you can request one set. of four rapid antigen at home tests per household. these tests give you results within 30 minutes. orders will ship in 7 to 12 days starting in late january. the postal service says it can't process duplicate orders for the same address. we're looking forward to getting free tests out to the public. the test can only be sent to a home address, not a business address, which make us problems for those who live in apartments. but the majority of people are reporting no issues, saying they've already received confirmation of their order. if you can't wait for a shipment, you're encouraged to make an appointment at a free testing site. or you can buy an at home test kit and get reimbursed from your insurance company. the hashtag covid testing is already trending on twitter and the a p reports that at one point today, more than 750,000 people were accessing the website. at the same time, though it's unknown. how many orders have been placed? cristina rendon ktvu, fox two news. now to oakland,
where the district says three schools had to close today due to a staffing shortage in the midst of a student walkout. the district says it doesn't know how many students decided not to attend class today, but about 1200 signed a petition saying they would not show up to class. they want the district to supply medical grade masks on site pcr testing at every campus twice a week and covered outdoor spaces . the three schools that closed today our bridges academy, acorn , woodland and united for success academy, where teachers rallied in support. teachers are supporting the student strike, and they're welcome to come and , um, but there's not going to be that much instruction happening as there hasn't been for last couple weeks. now half of our students are outside of the classroom. the district responded by saying they distributed more than 200,000 k n95 masks last week and that more are on the way. rain protected outdoor spaces are in the making. district officials
call their testing system robust . they say they are continuing to negotiate with the student group and students in the hayward unified school district are back in the classroom after a week of virtual learning. the district switched to remote learning last week because of staffing and testing shortages about 200, teachers and staff across the district tested positive for covid after the holiday break, and others were quarantined while waiting for delayed test results. the district says enhanced safety measures were in place for today's reopening. well if you are planning on traveling to hawaii, there's something to know the tropical state may soon require tourists to have a booster shot to be considered fully vaccinated. visitors who do not comply could face a mandatory five day quarantine changes to those travel requirements will likely go into effect in about two weeks. right now, out of state visitors need to have two doses of the vaccine. or a negative covid test within 72 hours of travel to avoid isolation. this all comes as hawaii battles a spike in covid cases amid the winter surge, fueled by the omicron
variant. decisions we make her and confrontation with are hoping which includes our public safety professionals are healthcare community because at the end of the day this is about ensuring that we have health care capacity to take care of everybody who might need it, and i'm an island as far away from other hospitals. other resources as we are, that's a primary consideration. the changes in hawaii are likely going to go into effect, even though the cdc guidance does not require people to have a booster shot to be considered fully vaccinated. some prestigious bay area colleges will take part in a new program to help low income students receive scholarships and build work experience at the same time, 45 colleges statewide will roll out the californians for all college core in the fall here in the bay area, u c. berkeley san francisco state, san jose state and csu east bay got the nod from the state. one student talked about the benefits of a similar program that he's taking part in at san jose state. is a great way for
me to receive a living allowance and education award for my service, which includes providing access to computer science to underserved kids, which is really important to me. the students can receive up to $10,000. they'll do work in one of three areas. k through 12, education, climate action or food insecurity. students will be able to get information on how to apply from their school starting in march. an initiative in oakland is trying to level the playing field for small business owners who say they pay more than their fair share of taxes. the invest in our oakland small business tax relief act would cut taxes for over 20,000 small and midsized businesses. by asking large businesses and corporations to pay more. backers say it would not increase taxes on homeowners and would raise over $40 million to fund essential city services. the campaign is filing an initiative this week so that it can start collecting signatures in february to place the measure on the november ballot. coming up new images showing the
devastation of the tongan islands after a volcanic eruption and tsunami over the weekend, and a new poll is out on the proposed stadium project for the oakland a's up next. how many residents say they don't want to tax money spent on that ballpark? and we're looking at the weather forecast. it includes some more really great weather. we've been seeing it. we're going to keep seeing it wins the rain coming. i'll talk about that when i see back here. also ahead tonight, the white house announces a new plan to spend billions of dollars to prevent catastrophic wildfires in the west, including in northern california. and let's take you outside for a live look at the tuesday evening commute. this is interstate 80 in emeryville. looking towards berkeley. you can see all those red lights. it is going to take you a little bit to get home. so make sure you a lot some extra time, but the weather is great for a ride home.
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closed its doors, the iconic diner that had been in business for 40 years, says covid related labor shortage forced the closure. it's not clear if the closure is permanent or if the diner will reopen when more workers can be found. the longtime business closed once before at the start of the pandemic in march, 2020. but after three months, the community rallied and the diner reopened. a poll finds oakland voters do not want the city to spend public funds to build a new ballpark for the oakland a's . the current plan would have the city of oakland and alameda county invested $800 million for the project at howard terminal. the survey of 509 registered voters shows 46% oppose spending any taxpayer money on a new stadium. 37% said. they support the idea. the east oakland stadium. allianz commissioned the poll. they want to keep the a's in their current location at the coliseum. they say even ace's fans don't seem very enthusiastic. even those people who identify in the poll as fans
of the oakland a's baseball team , um, are fairly supportive of using tax dollars to make the new stadium happened. 44 42. so it's incredibly weak endorsement among the people in the city who would care the most about keeping the a's in town? 81% of those polled also said they want the age to use their own money to provide the community benefits fund that would pay for new housing offices and entertainment development around that proposed ballpark. well, we are seeing some stunning before and after satellite images showing the effects of the volcanic eruption on the south pacific island of tonga, this is the capital city before saturday's eruption. and after there it is, you can see the city coated with dark ash and soot. here's another look before at the neighborhoods dotted with greenery. and then after you can see they are completely covered in ash. tongan officials say the island chain also suffered significant damage to
infrastructure and homes. ktvu tom baker spoke to organizers of local efforts to bring relief to this incredibly remote area. i think many people, including many of tongue and ancestry, have been bringing nonperishable emergency supplies to sf enterprises on oakland's mandela parkway, a shipping company that specializes in tonga. malika mooney and two friends are paying to send supplies and goods to their families who they say they have yet to communicate with very worried. for the health of all the tongans in, uh, even though that you know we have an update about the damages. um i think we have so far three fatalities back in tomah, but it's been how many days that we have yet to make contact because there's no internet. everything is done in tonga. janine longo's daughter lives in hunger. my daughter was face timing during the actual when it first started. and she said that, um the skies were
read in nuku'alofa and the children were scared in the car because they were traveling to higher ground and. the ash was coming down so hard that they thought that it was going to break the windshield of the car . most of the donated goods will go compliments of the shipper sf enterprises through western samoa. we as a family as organization we want to get as close as possible. so like the vessel, leaving this friday, get as much water on here get into some more, and we'll figure out whatever charter whatever we can do to get it into don't you know the most efficient and economical way to haul all of these emergency supplies off the tonga? is it a container ship? the problem is economical is, um , might be. the reality is it will be 4 to 5 weeks before it arrives. there are still a couple of days to donate because of the long transit time. get it on the ship. you have time for to get there. please pray for
xander. immediate emergency supplies will come from nations closer to tonga with no doubt us assistance. tom vacar ktvu fox two news. the biden administration plans to spend billions of dollars to help prevent catastrophic wildfires that have been torching western states. the administration has plans to more aggressively thin forests around areas where people live. officials plan to spend $50 billion to more than double the use of controlled burns and logging to reduce vegetation that feed fires. the work will focus on regions were out of control fires wiped out neighborhoods, including california's sierra nevada mountains and colorado's rocky mountains. all right. we've had a pretty good run a weather around here and it's going to continue. we haven't seen rain and a solid 10 days and we're not going to see rain for another. 10 days. probably if you get that wrap your head around that, so we're going to be dry and we're doing great for
rainfall averages well over percentiles of a percentage of average for we should be for this time of year. fortunately, but what that means, then, is more of the same, which is it's kind of nice. but in january, february or january, particularly you like to see a little variety, right and we're not really seeing much variety, and i'm a big fan of the weather we're having right now. especially when you've got rainfall percents of average like a buck 71 in oakland. interesting seven days only 114% and, you know, usually, santa rosa is a tough one to get up over. 100 senate roses almost 140. but here's the thing by the time we get to the end of january early february these percents of average are going to be the low at, you know, less than 100% of average. they're going to be below average for this time of year, just by a few, but we're it just shows you how quickly things get chiseled away. the jet stream is still to the north. and yes, this is an entire week of rain and atmospheric river. going the other way. so it's kind of a
drag me nice to get all that for us, but we're not. so let's just enjoy what we have. and again, i showed you the percent of average you can feel good about your frolicking and hiking and biking and golf or whatever you're doing. i think we're in good shape. ah and we just got to wait on it. i'll see you back here in a little bit. i'll get more specific. i just gave you the big block there. i'll give you specifics when we get back. we like the big blah bill. see you soon. alright tesla has signed a deal with an australian company sierra resources which minds graphite in mozambique, africa to use the material and batteries for its electric vehicles. analysts say tesla hopes to depend less on china as a source and to reduce concerns. over using chinese minds with environmental issues. the deal will begin in 2025. the terms were not announced, and for the first time electric vehicles have out sold diesel cars in europe more than 20% of new cars sold in europe and britain in december, where powered solely by electricity. sales of diesel vehicles slipped to 19% government incentives have made electric vehicles more
affordable. the data does include norway, which is not a member of the european union. it has the highest percentage of electric vehicles of any nation on the continent. tesla was the best selling brand, followed by volkswagen. coming up. people gather on both coasts in honor of a bay area native killed over the weekend after authorities say she was deliberately pushed in front of a new york city subway train. also ahead details on the latest group to be subpoenaed by the january 6th subpoenaed by the january 6th committee invesrn about covid-19 the more questions and worries we have. calhope can help with free covid-19 emotional support. call 833-317-4673 or live chat at calhope.org today. we're all ready for a real vacation. one where you can sip tropical drinks with fruity garnishes, without having to get up. a vacation where you don't have to sweat the small stuff, like rummaging for room keys. and a vacation where drinks and wi-fi that's fast and reliable, are all included.
honor of michelle, go, this is a live look right now. the fremont native was killed saturday in new york city when police say a man pushed her in front of a subway train. friends and colleagues were invited to portman square to share memories of gold. and just about two hours ago, people gathered in new york times new york's times square for songs, prayers. and remembrances of michelle go. new york mayor eric adams addressed the crowd, saying he's committed to making sure that these types of crimes don't happen in the city as well as to get help to people in crisis. michelle go attended american high school in fremont. and tonight we are hearing from friends and family who say she was beautiful, kind and intelligent. ktvu crime reporter henry lee has more michelle, you know, i met on a number of occasions. he's really friendly, engaging person you
can really talk to richard kanda heads the asian law alliance in san jose. he's in shock over the death of michelle go. the fremont native who was pushed in front of a subway train in new york city. it's just a sad and shocking kind of situation to hear this kind of information in this kind of news. it's disturbing and i mean when i realized that, you know, i got very emotional police say a homeless man pushed to her death at the times square subway station in an unprovoked attack . he later turned himself into transit police. this is really a failure of the mental health system in the united states. go worked at deloitte consulting in new york and had degrees from u c l a. and y you her family released this photo in a statement that said, in part she was a beautiful, brilliant, kind and intelligent woman who loved her family and friends love to travel the world and to help others. her life was taken too soon in a senseless act of violence, and we pray that she gets the justice she deserves. i think in our community to like. people are 1 degrees from separation from knowing
somebody's been attacked or assaulted. russell john is the co founder of stop ap. i hate and an asian american studies professor at sf state protecting our community safety as an effort that's going to take all of us. it's not just policing. what in itself. be enough. we need to start taking care of each other being, um eisen ears for one, another classmate of goes from american high school in fremont, said in a statement. in part, i was just reading her yearbook messages and emails to me, and i think what ultimately sticks out is that she's just so friendly and always seem to be having a good time, which was infectious. michelle go recently traveled to the maldives with friends to celebrate her 40th birthday and the new year henry lee ktvu, fox two news. well nevada unified school district officials have a new plan to keep police on school campuses. trustees voted 7 to 0 last week in favor of recommendations by a community committee. the plan is a compromise for those who wanted police removed completely due to student fears and those who wanted them to stay to maintain security and safety.
school resource officers will no longer be involved with discipline cases or intervention for non criminal incidents and their offices will be removed from school campuses. the senate takes up voting rights legislation. but is it doomed to fail? i'm kevin corke in washington with why it's unlikely to pass, but why some lawmakers say it's worth moving forward anyway. that story is coming right up. and later 49ers quarterback jimmy garoppolo shut some light on how an injury to his throwing shoulder could impact his ability to throw the ball as the niners prepared for saturday night's playoff matchup in green bay, also ahead tonight, private investment in space companies is soaring, coming up the billions of dollars pouring into companies such as spacex and others in 2021 alone.
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burglaries overnight, six different businesses were targeted, starting at about three a.m. they included a smoke shop, three liquor stores and nail salon and a safeway store. investigators say they were done by the same people using different vehicles in just over the span of an hour. covid test can now be ordered for free online through the website. covid test dot gov americans can request one set of four rapid antigen at home test per household this is thanks to a partnership between the white house and the u. s. postal service, the soft launch one day
ahead of the official launch, is working out any kinks and is operating in a limited capacity. the biden administration has announced plans to pour billions into wildfire prevention efforts in the western us the administration has allocated $50 billion to more than double the use of controlled fires. and logging to reduce vegetation that feeds fires. the money will be focused on california's sierra nevada mountains and colorado's rocky mountains. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30. the senate is moving forward on voting rights legislation. but even senate majority leader chuck schumer has a knowledge he expects it will fail. fox news kevin corke has more now from washington and why it's being brought up for a vote at all. senate democrats are under no illusion that we face difficult odds in his fifth attempt to pass voting rights legislation this congress, senate majority leader chuck schumer took election reform one step further tuesday. for the first time calling lawmakers into formal debate on the senate floor. if senate republicans are
going to oppose it, they should not be allowed to sit in their office. they got to come down on the floor and defend their opposition. the move sets the stage for a procedural vote this week. we are not stopping. this is too important. this is sacred . but with 60 votes needed to proceed. democrats have acknowledged they expect the bill to be defeated. this is about one party warning the power the unilaterally. rewrite. the rule book. of american elections leader. schumer's next move, he says, will be calling for a vote to alter the filibuster and lowering the required votes to assemble majority. it's a more doable scenario if all 50 democrats were on board, but they aren't moderate senators joe manchin and kirsten cinema who both back election reforms opposed changing the filibuster threshold and instead say the senate should be working together to get bipartisan support. there's no checks and
balances in this process only for the only thing we have is a filibuster. congress still has some unfinished business. lawmakers have yet to agree on this year's federal budget, and they're stopgap spending measure. expires one month from today in washington. i'm kevin corke. fox news. the house committee investigating the january six capital attacks issued subpoenas today to rudy giuliani and other allies of former president donald trump. giuliani was the former president's lawyer and close adviser. three other allies jenna ellis, sidney powell and boris epstein have also been called by the committee to testify. the committee says. all four individuals have defended the president after the 2020 elections and made baseless claims of voter fraud. state lawmakers in sacramento are considering legislation that would make juneteenth a paid state holiday in california. juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery in the united states. it marks the day in 18 65. when
enslaved people in texas were among the last to learn that they were freed by the emancipation act, which was signed two years earlier. this proposal would give all state employees and school workers in california time off with pay on june 19th. fears of russia invading ukraine grew today as moscow added more troops to the 100,000 already gathered near the border. us secretary of state anthony blinken left washington for ukraine today to discuss diplomatic efforts to deter further russian aggression. russia claims the troops are amassing for training , nato officials warn it's time for russia to back down or face penalties from the west. the risk of conflict is real. nato allies call undershot to deescalate. and any further aggression will come with a high cost for moscow. after a series of meetings in europe secretary blinken is scheduled to meet his russian counterpart in switzerland on friday. on wall
street. today stocks were lower in a broad based sell off the dow was down 543 points about 1.5% the nasdaq dropped 386 points 2.6% as tech shares took a beating and the s and p was down 85 points. traders are anticipating the federal reserve will raise short term interest rates as soon as march as inflation continues to rise. and microsoft announced today it was buying video game publisher activision for $68 billion. activision is known for its call of duty series and tony hawk's pro skater. gaming is the fastest growing form of entertainment in the world, and the deal will sound microsoft passed in tendo in terms of gaming revenue. the deal comes after some controversy in the past few months, executives at activision have been accused of sexual harassment. and misconduct. new at 6 30 you report says private investment in space companies last year set a record the report by the new york based firm space capital says space infrastructure
companies received $14.5 billion of private investment money last year. that was a new annual record that was up more than 50% from the previous year. the report shows fourth quarter investments included mega rounds of $250 million or more at sierra space, elon musk, space x and planet laps. just weeks after emergency order was announced, a new assistance center is set up in san francisco's tenderloin district coming up how it got up running so quickly. and people maybe soon, taking a hit to their wallets if they helped the homeless, the south bay city
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be in your moment. supervisors approved an emergency order to help tackle some of the major issues like homelessness and drug use. in the city's tenderloin district, as ktvu is, christien kafton tells us one assistance program is now up and running. san francisco continues to struggle with homelessness and open air drug use. now the city has launched a new linkage center at u. n plaza aimed at meeting immediate and long term needs. the project got up and running in about two weeks as part of the city's tenderloin emergency initiative. where is it could have been up to nine months in order to ah, you know, there's there were code issues and planning issues and things that if we weren't in emergency, we would have had to go through and asked for variances. the linkage center offers short term services like food, beverages
and showers with the hope that by forging a bond with those who need those services, it will then have them take advantage of longer term opportunities. to get health treatment and permanent housing. that's how it works, right? we just want to move people any positive step in in any direction of health. we want to be there for them. on the first morning, the facility opened its doors, people filtered in and out, ivan von storch said. he's frustrated. he's ineligible for housing, because technically he has friends. he can stay with. they need to get more housing support for these people and try to get them off the street. that's what i'm trying to do. i went in there and try because i'm 65 years old and the senior citizens so i'm always trying to get some assistance. people are falling through the cracks. now. san francisco supervisor matt haney was on hand and said the facility is an important step. but he said there needs to be a commitment going forward to help residents of the tenderloin. both housed and on housed. there needs to be a place or a set of places where 24 hours a day.
people who are in behavioral health crisis who have we're addicted can go and get immediately connected. two services and care in our city with this drug epidemic we're facing. this is not just a short term need. it's a long term. that side is open seven days a week from eight in the morning till eight at night. the plan is to expand those hours, so it operates 24 hours a day with the capacity of handling up to 100 clients at a time, the lincoln center has a six month lease at its current site on market street. after that, the city can decide if they want to replicate that model elsewhere in the city or make it a permanent feature in san francisco christian captain ktvu fox two news. and we are tracking at whether it's a warm one in the forecast as we head through the week, i'll have that when i return. and let's go to ktvu. is alex savage. now with a look at some of the stories we're working on for the seven o'clock news on ktvu plus clouding thank you coming up new tonight thousands of children across the country. have lost loved ones due to covid 19, and they are facing mental health
struggles. tonight we talk live with the bay area psychologist about how to help our kids cope with the effects of the pandemic. plus they were canceled in los angeles. now the grammy awards are headed to sin city. i'll tell you who's set to host the big show and the new date that's now in place those stories and much more coming up tonight. live at seven over on ktvu. plus, we'll see you then. alex thank you. but first after the break, while helping those less fortunate may cost you the fee. one south bay city is fee. one south bay city is charging volunteers. can you see my wall of smiles? when i first started using genesys technology i was kind of embarrased at all the love and attention i got from my customers. people are so moved by how much i understand about them. they start including me in their lives. that's helen and her friends. i arranged a wellness retreat for them. look at those ladies. such wisdom. mmm.
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to hand out food and supplies to the homeless and city parks. we get more now from ktvu s. jesse gary. i think it's a way to like , make things harder as things are hard as if things are hard enough for the homeless already and their advocates an average sign posted in st james park is generating a groundswell of opposition item five lists, handing out food and clothing to the house residents as illegal except by permit. how you doing man? nearly five years ago, resident complaints about trash from feeding the and housed prompted the city to threaten enforcement of the 2000 and five ordinance. they have to put a stop to it. i know. i know. they just it's hard for him, but they do have to stop. the city never did issue citations and fines but has left the signs up and still requires a permit of at least $50. many people feel like they need to do. um something good for the community and we want to help them do that, but we want to properly help them. do that ok, city spokesman ed bautista says the fee helps
ensure food is healthy and safe to eat. and trash is removed, helped design designated area that's more conducive to doing something like this. political scientists say government partnerships with third parties to solve problems such as food insecurity. our common permits to accomplish this, and it's also something that really comes at the discretion of bureaucrats and doesn't come at the discretion of solving a public policy problem. it's ridiculous . at least one advocate says he'll continue helping and ignoring what looms overhead. we need help we can get. don't make it harder on us because we're not going to pay that fine. earlier in the day, the city's website had a message saying the special use permits were being paused. city officials say that's a mistake that they are working to rectify. the permits historic wired, and to date, no one has been cited for failure to have a permit. outside san jose city hall, jesse gary ktvu, fox two news the phoenix arizona department is giving kudos to a sergeant who they say help save
the lives of two young children just days apart, sergeant courtney think was headed out on an unrelated call when she saw a frantic family with a baby. they told her the baby had stopped breathing. you can see from the body cam that think rubbed the baby on the chest until he started to breathe. just six days later, she was at a department store when a toddler began to have a seizure. remember taking these types of calls before taking the diaper off and cooling the core and the armpits in the body and the feet and the neck. the sergeant's quick actions helped the toddlers temperature come down until paramedics arrived to take over. she says she knew what to do from past experience as a 911 operator. rolling stone has released its list of the highest paid musicians last year stopped by. against top spot. and the boss, bruce springsteen topped that list that was largely due to a huge deal he struck with
sony music, which purchased his music catalog for a whopping $550 million. in second place. rapper jay z, who earned 470 million in 2021 music legend paul simon, coming in third place at 260 million. he also sold his catalog last year. to sony music. already i hope you had a good day back in the office or at the home office or just getting back in the swing of things. after a long weekend, we had temperatures today that were slightly cooler than yesterday. well that's 64 fear feels kind of nice. but then look at these numbers like 57 hayward or the 55 in napa. temperatures tomorrow about the same little bit warmer, little less cloud cover that will help heat things up a little bit. patchy fog at the coast little patchy fog inland tonight and again. we just groundhog day. we just do it again tomorrow, right that we're going to be seeing temperatures that will be back into the sixties. of course it is late january and we are dealing with nothing but clear,
dry, mild conditions in a time when usually right, we batten down the hatches kind of deal and we're not. we've got lights in the pacific. all that moisture. you can see it right? well look at that. that's a bunch start was in miles 2000 miles of some tropical moisture streaming up into the pacific northwest. it's a that's gonna be a really productive system it has been in that pattern is going to continue to miss us. as i said earlier. if that thing was pointed at us, we might be done with our rainfall season. truthfully in terms of, you know, trying to get 100% were never truly done without rainfall season, but we're missing a lot of moisture because this dip pattern it's not just the west coast. but it's also the east coast. so you have a big ridge out here where everything's going up and over and on the east coast. you have a big trough and that they're just sort of stuck. they get stuck and they migrate. they move as they move around the plant the globe but slowly and sometimes they get stuck. and when they get stuck, you get what we're getting 10 days of dry. maybe it's going to end up
being kind of around 18 days. 19 days. potentially when you go all the way back to the last rain, january, 7th so again, fortunately, got a bunch of rain early now we're just kind of just waiting for it to come again. these are the overnight low forecast well above the average. the forecast in san francisco tomorrow and in oakland and enrichment and san jose looks pretty much like this. partly sunny, partly cloudy highs generally in the sixties, mid six mid midst to low sixties in the warmest spots , and we might see a few upper fifties so 63 fairfield 64. morgan hill. these are the forecast highs for your wednesday few clouds overhead. and then i'll tell you what, like i said groundhog day, it's going to be the same deal again as we head into thursday, friday , saturday, sunday monday, nothing much changes until we get to the very end of the month when we have a chance for some showers. so when i come back tonight at 10 11, we'll see if we can models. they run them off every couple hours or selling. so sometimes things change, so maybe some little change. and i
can bring it to you. in the meantime, steady as she goes, bill, thank you. escape resort in the sierra wants to think local firefighters. homewood is offering free skiing or riding for firefighters and other first responders on january 30th. reservations will open at 10 a.m. tomorrow and will be available for the 1st 200 people who sign up homewood says they can never repay firefighters, especially for all of their hard work. during the fire season in the tahoe area. marin brewing company will soon be closing its doors after nearly 33 years in business, the larkspur brewpub announced its farewell on social media today, marin brewing company opened in 1989 and quickly established itself as a globally award winning microbrewery. it's also one of rinse few restaurants to serve a full menu until midnight, seven days a week, and exact closing date was not given. customers are being encouraged to step by for beer and a meal while they can both at and t and verizon announced today they are delaying the rollout of their five g c band technology. this comes after the airline industry
raised alarms about potential interference with important systems on planes. fox news, grady trimble has more now from chicago o'hare international airport. the major u. s. airlines are putting pressure on government officials and cellular company saying that the rollout of five g could cause chaos for flyers and it seems that pressure is working because both verizon and 18 say they'll delay turning on a limited number of towers around certain airport runways. a tnt says. we are frustrated by the f a's inability to do what nearly 40 countries have done, which is to safely deploy five g technology without disrupting aviation services. and we urge it to do so in a timely manner. both companies say they're launching towers everywhere else in the country as planned on wednesday, with the exception of a limited number of towers near airports. the airlines say the five g signal would interfere with critical safety instruments on planes and the rollout could
cause mass flight cancelations as well as a suspension of cargo flights. that means that goods aren't moving around as as quickly and effectively as they need to in order to not have supply chain disruptions. so this is something that we are very focused on. we've been closely engaged on and we want to avoid that and prevent it. talks continue between the faa, the fcc cell phone companies and the airlines as wednesday's five g rollout deadline gets closer in chicago grady tremble fox business. well coming up with draymond green out tonight versus the pistons. it could be rookie jonathan dominguez moment to shine in the starting lineup shows up next with all the sports and taking a look now at ktvu is prime time lineup tonight at eight. it is 911 lone star. that's followed by our kind of people and then be sure to stay with us for the 10 we learn about covid-19,
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♪ be in your moment. ask your doctor about ibrance. be in your moment. happening tonight in sports 24 nfl teams are home for the season of the eight that are still playing. you can bet none of them have all their players healthy. it was disclosed yesterday that the 49ers jimmy garoppolo strained his right
throwing shoulder in sunday's win over dallas. the injury came in the second quarter and it may have affected his accuracy. garoppolo looks like an entirely different quarterback in the second half, garoppolo was limited practice participant today, says he expects to play on saturday against the packers. but maybe trey lance should be standing by. let me in the shoulder. yeah being a quarterback, it affects every throw. so uh, yeah. definitely had some impact. but i you know if i'm out there, and i'm being put in that spot i got, you know. still make the place that i normally make. so no excuses or anything like that. just i mean, injury is what it is. just we're all dealing with stuff now. are you confident you're going to play saturday? ah yeah , i mean, well, feel it out throughout the week, but, yeah, just feeling good right now. this will be the ninth playoff meeting between the 49ers and packers, with the two teams splitting their previous eight games. but for one member of the packers meeting, the 49ers in the playoffs has met. nothing
but frustration. aaron rodgers is the league most valuable player. he's a first ballot hall of famer and he's going three against the 49ers in the postseason. the most recent loss the nfc championship game at levi stadium two years ago. rogers will always be tied to the 49ers, the former cal quarterback on whom san francisco passed in the 2005 draft to take alex smith with the first overall pick now, 38 all rogers has done in his last seven games is throw 20 touchdown passes without an interception. he's been playing what good turn out to be a lame duck season. and with that comes questions like this. how do you deal with pressure? um this time, your maybe hasn't changed as far as hey, you've been there and done that somebody games, but also it's such a finite time. everybody has left and you know? well, you know something more chances of this, you're going to get that seems a little more bit bill. i don't mean you're going to die. i think
football. mortality is something that we all think about. this is special opportunity. we're not going to make it bigger than it than it is. we've gotten this far being level headed and even killed and not riding the roller coaster of emotions, and we're going to keep on doing the same thing. the warriors are starting a seven game home stand tonight in need of a little winning. they went one in three on their road trip through memphis, milwaukee, chicago in minnesota . on the last game of that trip, they played without both draymond green and steph curry. curry's back tonight, but not green, and he'll be replaced in the starting lineup by 19 year old rookie jonathan commingle this coming his third start of the year, famously told by his coach earlier this season. that if he was not a bad team, he'd be starting. every game coming is averaged. 18 points a game in his last four steve curran. why tonight is the right night for coming in to start fouling active. he's earned this, you know, he's played played really hard the last few games and he's understanding his, uh, his force
when he runs and really puts pressure on the defense running both ways. it makes our team a lot better. and i told him today if you don't run tonight, you might never touch the ball because stefan claire and i shoot every time so you better you better run the floor if you want to. you want to get the ball? and something to check out on this tuesday night. the first tennis major of the year is underway in australia. local guy nick curious, was a straight sets winner in his first match, signing autographs after match common thing getting offered a swig of beer and accepting you don't always see that curious would like to be doing that a few more times in the next couple of weeks because that would mean he is winning and advancing. a good sport, just like i'm saying, like, sniff and okay, i'll give it my not right, joe. thank you. thanks everybody for joining us. our live news continues at seven. over on ktvu. plus. goodnight, ktvu. plus. goodnight, everybody.
here you go, pad thai, no peanuts. but does it have peanut oil? i'm not sure. everyone keep an eye on howard in case he starts to swell up. since it's not bee season, you can have my epinephrine. are there any chopsticks? you don't need chopsticks. this is thai food. here we go. thailand has had the fork since the latter half of the 19th century. interestingly, they don't actually put the fork in their mouth-- they use it to put the food on a spoon, which then goes into their mouth. ask him for a napkin. i dare you. (knocking) i'll get it. do i look puffy? i feel puffy. hey, leonard. oh, hi, penny. am i interrupting? no. sheldon: you're not swelling, howard. wolowitz: no, no, look at my fingers. they're like vienna sausages. sounds like you have company. they're not going anywhere. so, you're coming home from work. that's great. how was work? well, you know, it's a cheesecake factory. people order cheesecake and i bring it to them. so you kind of act as like a carbohydrate delivery system?
yeah. call it whatever you want, i get minimum wage. yeah. um, anyways, i was wondering if you could help me out with something. yes. i've kinda had... oh. okay, great. i'm having some furniture delivered tomorrow and i may not be here, so... oh. h-hello. (speaking russian) i'm sorry? haven't you ever been told how beautiful you are in flawless russian? no, i haven't. get used to it. yeah, i probably won't, but... hey, sheldon. hi. hey, raj. still not talking to me, huh? don't take it personally, it's his pathology. he can't talk to women. he can't talk to attractive women. or in your case, a cheesecake- scented goddess. so there's gonna be some furniture delivered? yeah, yeah. if it gets here and i'm not here tomorrow, could you just sign for it and have them put it in my apartment? no problem. great. here's my spare key. thank you.