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captain has the story. starting next tuesday. san francisco is poised once again to loosen some of the restrictions imposed on the city as the omicron variants swept over the bay area, san francisco's medical officer says , oh macron cases are showing signs of peaking, and that means some of those restrictions can now be relaxed. once again, the cases are still high. they're coming down, but our hospitalizations seem to have peaked and are leveling off, and we anticipate that they will also go down as the cases go down. so it's good news for san francisco starting february. 1st office workers, gym members and other so called stable cohorts will once again be able to gather without masks indoors, provided they're fully vaccinated and boosted stable cohorts being groups where there are a set number of members, and they gather repeatedly like workers in an office or members of a gym. what i'm talking about is a relatively closed group of people where there is somebody who kind of knows who is there. the health order also having an impact on larger gatherings like sporting events, people who are not fully vaccinated and boosted
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can once again gathering those kinds of big groups, but only with a negative antigen test 24 hours before or pcr test 48 hours before the event, people will either be able to go in if they are up to date on their vaccination. that means that they've completed their primary vaccine series and they've gotten a booster if they're eligible. or they would have to have a negative test. that negative test can't just be from a home test, either. it has to be from a third party that sends the results to the venue. the amended order now also makes room for those who have a religious or medical exemption from getting vaccinated, allowing those who aren't fully vaccinated to enter establishments with negative covid tests, so everybody has to have a mask on unless you are up to date on your vaccination, meaning you have a booster if you're eligible a school age kids still need to wear their masks to school. and if you're going into a shop or another indoor setting, you need to keep your mask on there as well. and there is still a state order requiring masks at big indoor
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events like tonight basketball game that order runs through mid february. health leaders say that they're hoping that this trajectory toward easing restrictions will continue, but they say that they're going to continue following the data, they say if they see a new variant emerge, or if there's a sudden spike in cases they are prepared and ready to re impose some of those restrictions. in the interest of protecting public health in san francisco. christien kafton ktvu fox two news, the health department there in san francisco says right now 86% of the city's residents five and older. are fully vaccinated in the east bay. the west contra costa school district is facing a teachers strike if they do not have a covid safety plan in place. by tomorrow. teachers took part in the public comment period during last night's school board meeting, and they want daily and 95 kn 95 facemask for students and staff. they want new covid testing plans and a formal plan to handle covid outbreaks. the teachers union authorized a strike if their demands are not met. many spots around the country are seeing signs that the omicron surge is slowing down. but there are
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still thousands of new cases every day, and some hospitals remain overwhelmed. fox news jonathan serrie tells us to omicron specific vaccines are now being tested. medical experts agree. we could be on the other side of the ah macron surge, but we're still averaging nearly 700,000 cases per day. drugmakers are now adapting their covid vaccines to target, um, across fighter and its research partner bio in tech are testing in a macron specific vaccine, while moderna is moving forward with phase two clinical trials. for a booster targeting the variant, the company's chief medical officer says. if all goes well, the booster could be ready by the fall. by the middle of the year. we really should be able to home in on what's the perfect vaccine. to boost people and keep people safe. dr paul burton ads we could eventually see an annual shot targeting multiple viruses to predict now, i would say we will get to a point of a yearly vaccine. that combines, for example, covid and
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flew shot hospitals are still feeling the effects of this latest surge. cdc data show daily admissions dropped almost 10% over the last week, but medical centers in the south and west are still facing critical staffing shortages. and some fear the situation could get worse today. healthcare workers in about half of the states faced a deadline to get their first dose of the covid vaccine under a biden administration mandate. we've got as many patients in the hospital this week as we did this time last week, so this is not the time for letting our guard down the vaccine mandate for health care workers will be rolled out across the rest of the country in the coming weeks. in atlanta, often. siri fox news. and to get all the updates on the fight against covid go to ktvu .com. we have the latest information on where to get tested and get vaccinated, plus more on the new
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san francisco health order. it's all ktvu .com. two alarm fire broke out at a senior apartment homes complex and pleasant hill. this fire started around one o'clock this afternoon. at hoxton senior homes located on west hooks 10 road, according to contra costa fire and started as an electrical fire in an unoccupied unit. one man in an adjacent apartment had to be rescued from a balcony. he was taken to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. and many other residents were able to get themselves to safety. we dodged a bullet could have been much worse here, but fortunately, a lot of good things happened. i think that we're in our favor one. most of the people were able to self evacuate. uhh to the fire was held to one unit in one building which prevented any danger really to any other residents. firefighters were able to knock this one down in less than an hour. there's no word yet on how many or if any residents at the apartment complex where displaced new at six tonight a
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federal judge has reduced the sentence of an oakland man convicted on terror related charges. amir ali gaggi was arrested in 2000 and 17. the prosecutor said he told an undercover fbi agent about plans to bomb gay nightclubs and set fires in the bay area in 2019. he was sentenced to 16 years for aiding a terrorist organization and appeals court struck down the terrorism enhancement. yesterday, a judge re sentenced him to just under seven years. he would likely he will likely be released in 6 to 7 months. a man who was shot while trying to help. a robbery victim has now died. calvin crosby was at the sun valley mall on new year's eve when he saw a man being robbed by several suspects. concord police say crosby jumped in to help the victim and was shot. concord police say they have arrested someone now in connection with the killing, but will not release any more information. calvin crosby was 32 years old and san francisco, he was known as the doodler. a
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serial killers stalking and killing gay men. back in the 19 seventies, he got the dealer name because he was an artist who drew pictures of his victims. and now, decades later , there is movement on this cold case. as ktvu crime reporter henry lee shows us he has been linked to 1/6 victim. for more than four decades. a killer who preyed on gay men in san francisco has never been caught. he was given the name the doodler. he met his victims at bars and then lured them by offering the sketch them on napkins. he told us surviving victim he was an art school and studying to be a cartoonist. for years. sfpd said he's killed five men. but on thursday, investigators say another man, warren andrews, was likely his sixth victim. the angry seemed like a nice guy. you know, i'll these guys seem like nice guys. andrews was attacked in april 1975 at lands in but unlike the other victims who were stabbed to death andrews was beaten with a rock and tree branch under the bushes looked at the cliffside thought about this and thought,
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yeah, it looks like there was a struggle. san francisco chronicle reporter kevin fagan and the lead sfpd cold case investigator went to the scene where andrews was found. if you're going to fight back against the doodler at the knife could easily go flying off the cliff. what do you do? then you pick up on a tree ranch and you pick up a rock and pick up whatever you got to finish the job. but as the number of victims grew, leads soon turned cold. it was a different era back then, and the relationship between the gay community and the police were tense. it was kind of a wonderful scene. it was the burgeoning of the gay rights movement. well, the same time there were still sodomy laws on the books. there was still crust resting, lost. the police interviewed other men who escaped the doodler and developed this sketch back in 1975. in 2018. investigators released this age progression composite of what he might look like now. on thursday, sfpd doubled the reward for tips in the case to $200,000. police have also interviewed a possible suspect a couple of times over the years. he's still alive, but you can only call him a person of interest because they don't
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have enough to nail down a case you have to do beyond a reasonable doubt. it's been 47 years since the first doodler homicide now, even though so much time has passed. there's no statute of limitations for murder, so anyone with information is asked to call the sfpd. in san francisco. henry lee ktvu faster news. next generation. the one after that. my grandchildren and their children. dell determine whether the experiments still works. supreme court justice stephen breyer, reflecting on the future of the american experiment as he announces his retirement from the bench in california. burning wood in your fireplace is frowned upon for health and environmental reasons. so many people have gas burning stoves, but turns out they're also not the best for the environment will explain. adding whether another beautiful day across the entire bay area. lots of sunshine. looks like we could be tracking a few high clouds and your friday forecast and we'll
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have the update coming up. and here's a live look at 8 80 in front of the oakland coliseum on this thursday night coming up after the break, we're going to take a look at what the federal government is calling an
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we can't go a deadly crash and fiery explosion and closed the richmond san rafael bridge for hours last night that video there taken by someone in a car who saw it happen around 6 45. in the eastbound direction. all lanes were closed for hours. the chp says a big rig's slammed into a car that somehow stopped in the far right lane. now the truck and the car both burst into flames. the big rig driver was able to escape unharmed. the driver of the car that was trapped and died at the scene. the victim has not yet been identified. pedestrian was killed today after being hit by a car in south san francisco sky. foxx flew overhead while police blocked off the street where that collision happened. it was near east grand avenue
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and forbes boulevard. the streets were closed for about three hours. police say the driver hit the pedestrian just before 6 30 this morning. the driver remained on the scene and cooperated with investigators. an epidemic of car fatalities. that's what transportation secretary pete buddha judge says is happening on american roads, and he wants to make the roads safer. his plan includes limiting the speed of cars, redesigning roads to better protect bike riders and pedestrians. and boosting car safety features such as automatic emergency braking. he says new federal data that will be released next week will show another spike in traffic fatalities in the last part of 2021. and secretary buddha judge says that is unacceptable. supreme court justice stephen breyer reflected on history and what's to come as he formally announced his retirement today. of course, people don't agree. but we have a country there is based on human rights, democracy
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and so forth. justice breyer said he remains optimistic about the country's future. after 28 years on the high court. the retirement does give president biden here the opportunity to make history with his nominee to the court. ktvu is greg lee with breyer his legacy and who could possibly replace him? people have come to accept this constitution and they've come to accept the importance of the rule of law. justice stephen breyer spoke publicly for the first time after making it official after nearly 28 years he'll retire from the supreme court with the court's senior liberal by his side. president biden called breyer a model public servant is a beacon of wisdom on our constitution and what it means. and through it all justice priorities worked tirelessly to give faith to the notion that the law exists to help the people. justice breyer , san francisco native sent the president this letter formally announcing his retirement. his career spans four decades on the federal bench. mother used to say it's every race, every
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religion and she would emphasize this and it's every point of view possible. and it's a kind of miracle. and yet they've decided to help. solve their major differences under law. breyer also quoted george washington and abraham lincoln and their belief that american democracy is an experiment. it's an experiment that's still going on. and i'll tell you something. you know who will see whether that experiment works. it's you, my friend person i will nominate only some of the extraordinary qualifications, character experience and integrity. and that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to united states. supreme court president biden reaffirmed his campaign promise to women on the short list d c circuit judge cryptology brown jackson, california supreme court justice leandra kruger. berkeley law professor amanda tyler clerked for late justice ruth bader
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ginsburg and knows both women calling them exceptional. it would be wonderful to see the president choose someone who will replace justice breyer and continue to carry the torch for being a careful and thoughtful jurist thinking about how the law affects people in the real world. president biden said he'll pick someone by the end of february, with democrats ready to move quickly setting up a confirmation battle in the senate. republican senator mitch mcconnell writing the president must not outsource this important decision to the radical left. the american people deserve a nominee with demonstrated reverence for the written text of our laws and our constitution. in a nod to the partisan split, the president said he will seek out the advice of senators from both sides of the aisle as well as from vice president harris before making his pick. greg lee ktvu, fox two news president biden has signed an executive order making sexual harassment in the military, a criminal offense. sexual harassment complaints will be
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handled by independent investigators outside the military chain of command. a pentagon report released back in may shows there were more than 1700 reported sexual harassment complaints in the military in 2020. the order follows sweeping military justice reforms that are part of the 2022 national defense authorization act. barrier whether another beautiful day, lots of sunshine temperatures on the warm side. lots of sixties out there even a few spots right around 70 degrees, i know would be nice to track some rainfall, but nothing showing up just yet. take a look at some of the highlights from this afternoon and keep in mind average highs. for this time, you're would be around 58 to 60 degrees, so everybody as you would expect about the average and there's a warm spot in morgan hill, checking in 70 degrees. also today we get the weekly drought update and not too much change here. you can see severe conditions in the bay area's. of course we've had those storms that past that have really helped us out january basically drive. hopefully
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things will change as we head into a february because we still have to add some more rainfall to our reservoirs and more sierra snowpack as well. satellite showing you this, you can see some clouds offshore and those clouds that little swirl will be approaching our coastline forward tomorrow. so kind of partly even mostly cloudy skies at times throughout the day on your friday, let's come in closer. we'll check out some of the current numbers out there for the six o'clock hour right now. san francisco checking in 60 degrees san jose upper fifties and some fifties for napa, novato and up in santa rosa. beautiful shot this evening. as you can see, looking out toward the oakland estuary. if you high clouds out to the west and those high clouds will be increasing over the next few hours overnight, and that's why tomorrow morning we'll have mostly cloudy skies. some patchy fog and temperatures will be in the thirties and the forties. so here's kind of the breakdown tomorrow morning. we'll have more cloud cover for the for the first half of the day and then skies, becoming partly cloudy into the afternoon and more sixties and your friday afternoon forecast. what about
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rain chances were looking long range. we'll have more on that. with your full forecast the full update in a little bit, all right. we'll see you in a little bit, mark. thank you. a new study finds gas stoves are contributing more to global warming, then previously thought . researchers at stanford university estimate gas stoves but more than 2.6 million tons of methane into the air each year that's equal to the annual output of 500,000 cars. they say it's due to the constant tiny leaks of methane when the stoves are turned off. the number of bay area cities a band future gas appliance installations, including san francisco, oakland and berkeley. coming up at 6 30. some of the millions of californians who received aid from the federal government during the pandemic. may be forced to pay it back. a lack of paperwork could be devastating to many and from germany to the bay area, how people are honoring the millions of people killed in the holocaust on this international day of international day of remembrance. it's still the eat fresh refresh™ and subway's refreshing everything
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germany during world war two. more than 1.1 million people, most of them jews, died in gas chambers at the camp or from starvation, cold and disease in berlin, german and israeli leaders also remembering the victims of the holocaust. they placed wreaths at what's called the memorial to the murdered jews of europe. and here in the bay area, jewish communities came together to ensure that the lives lost will never be forgotten. in san francisco, the american jewish committee along with the consul generals of france, germany and israel, held a commemorative event at the legion of honor holocaust memorial earlier today, on mornings onto the nine we spoke with the director of the jewish family and children's services holocaust center. morgen bloom, schneider. about the importance of today's events. for us, it's the opportunity to truly address the rise of hate and anti semitism in our society today, i'm joined here today with representatives from consulates around the world. for these countries to stand up and say
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this day is important. we must tell these stories, we must educate the future generations. the director says she hopes the stories of survivors will inspire young people to be empathetic and morally courageous. the body of fallen nypd officer jason rivera was moved from a funeral home to st patrick's cathedral this morning. fellow officers and first responders lined the street to say farewell. police say the 22 year old rookie officer was killed when he was ambushed during a domestic call last week. rivera's 27 year old partner officer wilbert maura was also killed. there are some signs of a potential diplomatic solution to tensions between russia and ukraine. the russian army is continuing military drills near ukraine's border, including tanks, armored vehicles and artillery and russia has laid out a series of demands it says will improve security in europe. including ensuring that ukraine is never allowed to join nato. moscow now says it will take its time
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studying the written response to those demands from the u. s. that was delivered yesterday. they made clear to us that they need a little time to study them . so from where we're standing, the ball is in their court. but we are ready for talks bilaterally. nato russia oh sce whenever they are ready. russia will attend a diplomatic meeting in berlin two weeks from now, where representatives from russia, ukraine, france and germany will discuss a potential agreement for d escalation. still ahead tonight. for many, it was a lifeline during the pandemic, but now they are being asked to give their covid aid money back coming up. our tom baker will walk us through the continuing problems at the td and two golden state warriors and not only made the all star game but they were named starters. sports director marco baniyas will have the story coming up in sports. also ahead , keeping tobacco products away from children. the new campaign effort by
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investigators announced that warned andrews was likely the sixth victim. of the killer known as the do love for luring his victims by sketching their portraits. andrews was attacked in april of 1975 out at lands in today, sfpd doubled the reward for tips in the case to $200,000 . the san francisco department of public health announced changes today to its covid-19 health order starting february. 1st san francisco office workers , gym members and other stable cohorts of people. can remove their masks indoors again. those people must be up to date on their vaccinations status, including having the booster shot. if eligible. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30. more than a million pandemic relief recipients now facing tough collection tactics. the e . d. d is trying to get back money it paid out in pandemic relief. ktvu tom vacar has the story. months after they receive their checks. the dd wants 1.4 million unemployed recipients, mostly for federal pandemic
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relief to provide proof that they are eligible and entitled to the money they received previously. only people who are w two workers largely were able to obtain unemployment insurance , many recipients freelancers are small business owners who got pandemic relief. say they don't have specific documents that can definitively proved that they were seeking work or working documents that were not required when the relief was granted in the trump administration. this was very poorly designed program. um and it had very lax standards. very lax protocols. people want to attack any deep, but these decisions in state government and federal government were made elsewhere. it's not easy d that was responsible for how this money went out. if they can't prove it, the pdd wants the money back in some cases as much as $30,000 either, voluntarily or forced collection through garnishment property leans,
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reducing other benefits or court actions. the state has been stung and severely criticized for writing $20 billion in checks to fraudsters. but blames federal government requirements for the claw back policy. the former ed director, says most of these 1.4 million claims probably are legitimate people. um. would be eligible. given these very lax standards and those that may not be eligible. it's largely case of confusion in terms of not intending to defraud the government, so people have a right to appeal through a so called trusted referee. the overwhelmed tdd still has trouble picking up the phone. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. supply chain issues continue to plague america from coast to coast and the federal reserve chair doesn't see things improving anytime soon. inflation rates are also hitting their highest level since the
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eighties, leaving businesses struggling with higher operating costs and americans frustrated with the impact on their wallets , the biden administration saying that they believe the supply chain crisis will resolve itself in the second half of this year. that federal reserve chair jerome powell has a different opinion. i would not say that i would expect the supply chain issues to be completely worked out by the end of this year or what i would say, and i have been saying is that i expect progress to be made. in the second half of this year, mainly until then, the cost of getting those goods from around the world continues to be extremely high, with container freight rates globally up 140% state and federal lawmakers are kicking off a new campaign against big tobacco in the sale of candy flavored products to children. now the lawmakers, including us senator alex padilla, unveiled the new campaign video. it's for november ballot initiative in favor of ending the sale of candy flavored nicotine, including flavored cigarettes. which might be appealing to children. it is us versus big
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tobacco, plain and simple. we're in a fight to protect the health and well being of our children. tobacco companies, as the video displayed are increasingly aggressive. in marketing their products to youth. we can stop the ballot measure is a referendum funded by the tobacco industry to overturn a state law banning the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. vice president kamala harris is in honduras for the historic inauguration of that country's first female president. fox news lauren blanchard tells us the visit comes as the administration is working to address the root causes of migration at the southern border south of the border. vice president kamala harris is in honduras for new president z o mara castro's inauguration. the two leaders will meet as migration remains as steady a problem for the administration as the flow is across the us border images like this all too common. the latest customs and border protection numbers show
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last month 179,000 migrants were apprehended at the border. republican texas governor greg abbott says his state is working to stop the flow with or without the administration. joe biden does not care that people are dying today. because of the open border policies just north of the border department of homeland security secretary alejandro mayor cass's personally meeting with border agents in a series of tweets. he promised to deliver resources, but some see it as empty. it breaks my heart to think. at one point i thought the bite administration wanted to abolish ice, but now it's clear. they just want to abolish our entire southern border, according to syracuse university track data, there is a backlog of 1.6 million pending immigration cases. the administration says they're working on it since rate in court is actually high, and we have mechanisms to ensure
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their appearance in court. there have been reports of frustration among border agents toward my orcas. he tweeted that he's heard concerns loud and clear in washington. lauren blanchard, fox news i think he's french bulldogs are the lucky charm of the 49ers. furry fans of the 49ers up next, we will introduce you to the niners. secret weapons. we wilding. it's the newest trend in real estate, and
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for a disneyland® resort 3-day, city looks picture perfect for lunar new year's celebrations. department of public works crews made their way down grant street in the heart of chinatown, touching up the paint on the dragon lights crusade after year without the big annual outdoor party. they want to make sure everything is perfect for this year's celebration. but it is a time of joy and celebration for the lunar new year. it's a time of a fresh start. this is the year of the water tigers, so it's bravery, confidence loyalty. it's a great symbol for san francisco. really the world over at this time. cruz also gave that iconic dragon gate as steam cleaning festivities kick off this weekend with the chinese flower fair on grant avenue. we'll call them the most adorable niner fans around two french bulldogs are now being joined by their extended frenchy family to support the hometown team, and it's all thanks to one northern california family. ktvu is cristina rendon. met with the
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breeders responsible for these dogs now in demand. it's a puppy bowl like no other. this is the frenchie faithful decked out in 49 years gear and, yes, they're playing with a football signed by nick bosa. i think these french bulldogs are the lucky charm of the 49ers. jay mar del rosario and his brothers own gut frenchy. they started breeding in 2000 and nine and never imagined being a part of the 49ers family. i thought it was a dream. and like i woke up from us and man, this isn't a dream. we got invited to levi stadium and i got to bring you know a few people brought about, you know, six or seven dogs. this is video from 2000 and 18. when got frenchy delivered zoe to the team. in 2000 and 20. the niners added another frenchie named rookie, the pooches have their own official instagram page filled with pics of them and players. these frenchies are not just cute to look at. they also offer some emotional support the ones for the 40 niners how players on the injured reserve
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list and the rookies when they're around. it's almost as if players don't focus on the work anymore. they kind of get their mind off of it. get the jitters out, right play with these dogs and to have these dogs around every day while they're practicing. i think that's definitely helping the 49ers went. rosario has even sold dogs to vernon davis, navarro bowman and two players on other nfl teams. oy all these dogs are part of the same pedigree as zoe and rookie. his name is cash with gut friend she this is panda panda express. this is sophie. this is delilah . she is a lilac tan got frenchy and movies got frenchy uni of other years. in the half, and she's actually the mother of michael, this is hennessy. this got frenchy saraya. he's four months and he's isabel. the frenchie faithful are pumped for the nfc championship game and happy to be a part of the 49ers
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family go. friendship go! niners got friendship. cristina rendon ktvu, fox two news. now turn it up. we're only three days away. you can watch sunday's nfc championship game right here on ktvu fox to pregame coverage starts at three o'clock kick off set for just after 3 30. and whether a mild weather pattern wants to stick around into the weekend. we're talking about lots of sunshine. but what about ray? we'll have more on your forecast coming. let's go to ktvu is alex savage. now with a look at some of the stories we are working on for the seven o'clock news over on ktvu. plus julie, thank you coming up tonight at seven, and oakland based tech company is using virtual reality to help change the way that kids are learning. tonight at seven. i'll talk live with the founder of chi x are about allowing students to explore the universe without ever leaving the classroom. also a california mother is outraged
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after learning her son, who has special needs was pinned down and restrained for over 20 minutes. we hear from her as she explains the trauma her son is now facing. we'll have those stories and much more coming up tonight. live at seven over on ktvu. plus, all right. we'll see in just a bit, alex. but first right here after the break, using artificial intelligence to fight a real life danger, bay area startups say yep, it's go time with wireless on the most reliable network. ok, that jump was crazy! but what's crazier?
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oh, wow, barbara corcoran! good morning. sorry, we don't need any business help now. we're gigillionaires. what? we're gigillionaires now. i don't get it we have at&t business fiber with hyper-gig speeds. but i just... so thanks, but, we're doing great. i'm so happy for you! but i'm just here for my order. oh. entre-pin-eurs? yeah, my bowling team. i like it there's money in puns. do business like a gigillionaire at&t business fiber, now with speeds up to 5-gigs. limited availability secretary says the nation's schools must act urgently to help millions of students who have fallen behind during the pandemic and miguel cardona's words we must make up for lost time. he wants schools to use billions of dollars in federal
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aid to expand tutoring and mental health counseling and close achievement gaps that were worsened during the pandemic. the bay area is getting millions of dollars from the state to help create meaningful jobs for young people in underserved communities that big city mayors in california and the states. chief service officer introduced the californians for all youth job corps earlier today. $185 million statewide investment is aimed at helping young people gain critical job skills all while making a lasting impact in their communities. oakland mayor libby schaaf says the city will use its $5.9 million allocation to provide jobs that create a greener, safer and more resilient city. we know from recent focus groups that young people are saying that a job is what they most need, even to address their mental health needs. we know that in violence prevention, we need to get our young adults connected to meaningful work. and in oakland, we are going to do that. ah the
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city of san jose will receive nearly $14 million in san francisco is getting 11.8 million for this initiative. the mayor's expect the new jobs for 16 to 30 year olds to start rolling out this summer. three wilding. it is a new way to preserve wildlands around the world, and it is making its way into the real estate market, including the site of a former ranch in livermore. it's being seen in scotland as well where people are buying large plots of land and then converting them back into natural forests. the landowners are banning hunting on their property to help native animals make a comeback and allowing natural plants to grow freely. i think, 100 years from now, if we get this right, much of scotland is going to look like small parts of scotland do today. critics of re wilding in scotland say it threatens local hunting businesses. they also say reintroducing certain wildlife could actually hurt the plants and animals currently living there. firefighters now getting pretty good control of that colorado fire burning down
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south in monterey county evacuees have been allowed back home and highway one is reopened . the colorado fire started friday in big sur. it's now 60% contained and has burned 700 acres. a small start up in san francisco says it's found a way to combat wildfires like the colorado fire, using artificial intelligence foxes. grady trimble shows us how it works. you can think of these as high tech fire spotters. these cameras get mounted on mountaintops and high vantage points all across the west coast of the country and even in australia, and they can pick out using artificial intelligence technology fires. sonia kastner is the ceo of this company, pano that is pioneering this technology. and it's already in use in the real world as we speak. absolutely we're in four states and the united states and also australia and tell me what the goal is because, you know, traditionally decades ago, there were people in fire towers looking for fires. this is essentially the same thing, but it uses cameras. absolutely
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where it's the exact same principles of fire tower you mount on a high location where smoke you can see smoke rising and we used the are we use artificial intelligence to detect the smoke, and then we use triangulation methods, same as what would be using a watchtower. to determine the exact latitude and longitude and send crews there. nip it in the bud before it gets out of control. exactly every mega fire started as a small fire. so if we can detect, confirm and pinpoint the fire quickly, we can allow first responders to contain it while still small, so already there about 25 of these cameras deployed across the us and in australia, and the goal in the future is to grow that number so they can prevent wildfires save property and, most importantly, saved lives in san francisco, grady tremble. fox business. and, of course, fire season related to our rainy season, of course, would be nice to be talking about a lot of rainfall here. but that is not
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the case in the bay area. this dry weather stretch will continue into this weekend and most likely longer this week longer than this weekend into next week. take a look temperatures above the average good 5 to 9 degrees above the average. you can see lots of sixties this afternoon and are dry stretch continues. last rainfall way back on january seven. so looks like we're approaching three weeks of dry weather here in the bay area where attack on a few more days. the rest of the month remains dry, and it looks like the first week of february could remain dry as well. check it out the satellite. you can see a few high clouds offshore. those high clouds will be increasing first thing tomorrow morning, so we are expecting kind of partly cloudy skies mostly cloudy skies and start off your friday and the clouds will probably thin out by the afternoon hours. current numbers out there. san francisco checking in 60 degrees san jose opera fifties a bunch of fifties up in the north bay's you can't see for napa novato. add up in santa rosa checking in 56. here's a live camera. we're looking out toward the ocean estuary towards san francisco was still some clear skies for
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tonight. there's a chance we could have. some patchy fog resurfaced first thing tomorrow morning, but probably those high clouds. definitely increasing throughout the morning hours on your friday. now we have we have a major storm and talk about not here but out toward the east coast. this will be a big big news story. by this time tomorrow and into saturday morning. you can see that circulation. that's a deep area of low pressure developing this kind of races up the eastern seaboard. place like boston could have maybe 12 to 13 inches of snowfall. it's a lot of snowfall and some very strong winds as we head into the weekend that something be watching closely over the next couple days for us out across the west, this big area of high pressure is off short, actually up to our north actually linked up to our dry weather stretch now up to 20 days, you can see that system offshore that will approach our coastline tomorrow, but we still had that mild forecast. for your friday lots of sixties and then that system approaches our coastline told reagan a few extra clouds for your friday, especially for the first half of the day. here's how the forecast model sees it. this is tomorrow morning. six
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o'clock and then throughout the day, partly cloudy skies because the clouds thicken up once again by friday night and into saturday morning as far as temperatures for tomorrow, lots of sixties out there still pretty mild still up above the average, so not a big change in temperatures compared to today, and here's look ahead. your five day forecast the weekend it is quiet lots of sunshine, especially on sunday, probably a few extra clouds to start off the weekend. mostly cloudy skies on monday. we once had hopes we can t v be talking about maybe some rain chances next week. those hopes are fading away, but maybe the second week of february but could be talking about at least the chance of some rainfall here in the bay area. hopefully that happens because right now we are playing catch up. all right, mark. thank you. 49ers have beat the rams. the last six times they have played each other is that losing streak on the minds of rams players and head coach sean mcb, a ahead of sunday's nfc championship game. sports director marco when you have xfinity, you have entertainment built in. which is kind of nice.
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into this game is all about the all star game coming up in february, and the warriors have a couple of starters. you know, one of them the stuff curry going for the eighth. time in his career, passing rick barry for the all time record for the warriors franchise despite his season long shooting slump, guys still averaging 26 points a game , and that was an easy choice. but the eyebrow raiser in this is andrew wiggins is go to the all star game as a starter, no less. representing the western conference, which will be filled out by lebron and jama rant, and nikolai yokich is the other starters around it up. but wiggins having his best season ever, first time all star averaging 18 points a game. he has done everything offensively and defensively, the warriors have asked him to. and is shooting a career high, both in three point and from the regular
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floor, so congratulations to them. highlights at 10 o'clock. all right. what is the story been all week long with regard to the nfc championship and the 49ers and rams. it's all about the recent dominance of the san francisco 49 ers over the ramps, and that includes the fan base to nine pans dominating the rams fans do but they won six straight as you no doubt know it sounds great for the 49ers, but my concern with the love averages catch up with san francisco. my good friend. joe fonzi doesn't believe in that, he says each game is a game unto itself. so that has no bearing the rams finished the regular season very strong. in fact, they won five of their last six games. but of course, that one locks was against the 49ers l a coach sean mcb. a was asked today if kyle shanahan, 49ers specifically are in his head a little bit. his kyle in
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your head at all. you know, in terms of trying to get past these guys know what i what i do have is respect for these guys. they've done a great job. you know, you look at it. you know we're competing and preparing to the best of our ability to go out and see if we can advance but this is a really good team. kyle's an excellent coach. they got great players, great coaches, good schemes. and so why they're in the nfc championship. that's an example of how you say nothing. but you say a lot of words so good for him. all right. big test coming up for team usa men's soccer trying to qualify for the world cup shades of green bay, columbus, ohio. some light snow flurries temperatures between 25 30 degrees 53rd minute nil nil against el salvador. jesus ferreira. nice header sets up. anthony robinson left foot to go back post only. goal of the match. team usa will win it. everybody's all flipped out one nil, the final usa and second
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place in the concacaf standings , canada in first place, and they play each other on sunday, another win by team usa. they got a good shot at wrapping it up to clinch their spot, all right. you can almost feel a collective sigh of relief for the sharks, even though they're 3000 miles away in florida as its official they don't have to deal with that guy evander kane anymore great hockey player, but he's been nothing but trouble since he came to the men and teal, a verbal agreement like cain with the edmonton oilers announced today for the rest of the year, cain had his contract terminated. and he's been as i say, completely ridden with problems, including his latest after the sharks terminated his contract following him being cut with a fake vaccination card. so evander came now an oiler. that's the sporting life at this hour. get it back to you goes. alright mark. thank you. all right. the big bang theory is
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next year in ktvu in the seven next year in ktvu in the seven o'clock no, see, the liquid-metal terminators were created in the future by skynet, and skynet was developed by miles dyson, but that future no longer exists due to dyson's death in terminator 2. okay, then riddle me this: assuming all the good terminators were originally evil terminators created by skynet but then reprogrammed by the future john connor, why would skynet, an artificial computer intelligence, bother to create a petite, hot, 17-year-old killer robot? skynet is kinky? (mumbling): i don't know... artificial intelligences do not have teen fetishes. all right. wait! they use it to... (buzzes) too late. i win. penny: ♪ let's go out tonight ♪ ♪ i have to go out tonight... ♪ what the hell is that?
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