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then. mark. thank you. and next at 11 and one space said that there was a baby in the car. i just jumped up on top of the ca. and once officer dombrowski gave me the okay. i pulled the baby out. witness jumps in to help after a car crashes right into a fast food restaurant with a woman and child inside. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox news starts now the woman and her daughter suffered major injurie. good evening again on mike mibach in tonight for frank somerville, and i'm julie julie haener. that crash happened just before seven tonight in oakley at the rarely shopping plaza on main street. ktvu deborah villalon is there with what police and witnesses are revealing about the crash, deborah. while julie the bollards in front of this taco bell are designed to protect the building, and that's what they did. but the crash impact sent a woman and her daughter to intensive care. the driver, according to east contra costa fire is a 30 year old woman, the child in her car, a three year
old girl and both needed trauma care. the adult put in a helicopter to john, your medical center in walnut creek and the toddler to ucsf benioff children's hospital in oakland. the lexus they were in was totaled. it's front and wrapped around a stone pillar at the front of the taco bell that pillar preventing the car from plowing through windows and all the way into the restaurant where many more people might have been injured. no explanation yet why the car slammed into the fast food, but a witness who pulled the child to safety said there was a radic driving before the crash. she, um. drove probably about 50 or 60 miles an hour past the store. um. accelerating no breaks, and then we heard her. i think she went up on the curb. she hit carts. and then we heard the crash over here. i came running out. i didn't know where the car had gone, and they pointed over here, so i just took off running. and i got here. in one
space said that there was a baby in t up on top of the car. and once officer dombrowski gave me the okay. i pulled the baby out and handed him over to her. the jolt and the medical emergency had taco bell workers shaken up. the restaurant remained closed for the night except the drive thru oakley police want to hear from witnesses who saw the crash or the driving behavior beforehand. no word yet on the identities or conditions of the mother and daughter what mrs say it appears the little girl had facial injuries, possibly a broken jaw and julie we don't know yet if there was a car seat in that ca. i hope there will be okay. alright. deborah villalon reporting live in oakley. thanks, deborah. new at 11. tonight. an automated license plate reader is being credited with helping police catch an alleged car thief who was in possession of nearly a dozen guns. venetia police say they were alerted to a stolen vehicle out of fairfield at about 8 40 last night, officers spotted the
car on east fifth street and pulled the driver over. officers then found the 11 guns and burglary tools inside the vehicle. the driver was arrested and booked into solano county jail. the car was returned to its rightful owner. cemetery oh county supervisors have approved funding for gun buyback events. that board today approved spending about 2 $208,000 for a series of them. five events are being planned starting next month and running through 2023. people will be able to give guns to law enforcement. no questions asked. they will receive $100 per handgun, shotgun or rifle and $200 per assault weapon. county held three similar events back in 2018 and 19 and collected more than 1200. weapons officials say the event, make sure the guns don't end up in the wrong hands. family and friends say a woman shot in oakland thursday was a young mother who loved her family. 22 year old michelle alleman was shot right near lake merritt in died two days later from her
injuries. new tonight ktvu is amberleigh live in oakland with my family and friends are both saddened. and frustrated amber. my family and friends tell me they want justice. they described the young woman as having a generous spirit and was known for taking care of others. i was like here's like i feel well, i felt safe because people walking on matter what time it is, but it wasn't safe for michelle alleman. she was shot here last thursday and died two days later. family and friends say the 22 year old enjoyed coming to lake merritt drawn by the lights at nightfall, but on this night, those lights are joined by candles lit at a memorial for her. she deserved any of those shows a really caring person. police say. alleman was shot thursday around 12:30 a.m. they say they are investigating the circumstances surrounding the deadly shooting. a source tells me it may have happened during a robbery, family and friends either suspicious of the three people she was with. that all of them
abandoned her at the scene and did not call her family that didn't come to notify her family. she they knew she had a daughter. everybody all her friends knew she had daughter, alamance boyfriend, santos avalos says they had just celebrated their five year old daughter's birthday last month and that solomon had recently started a job working for an online grocery delivery service. when she didn't come home that night of low says he went searching for her at area hospitals and didn't learn until much later, she had been shot. she was doing everything for her daughter, you know, i'm saying, like. i just hope you know she gets justice. avalos tells me he took this last photo as he held his girlfriend's hand at the hospital. he's not wearing one of the rings she wore that night were hoping there were signs of her coming back to us. but. the impact was too much, he says. all a man was shot once in the head all their dreams of getting married and having a second child gone. avalos is urging
detectives to find whoever is responsible for killing his girlfriend. done at this homicide, you know, just being just another cold case. you know they need to push forward. ablow says his girlfriend had a special ability to council friends who went through difficult times. he says he'll tell their daughter her mother was a strong woman and that she loved her. almonds family tells me she was an organ donor and that in death she saved five lives live in oakland. amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. lawmakers in san francisco say they are hoping voters approve of a new office of victim and witness writes in response to rising crime in the city supervisor catherine stephanie introduced the plan aimed at creating streamlined means for victims of crime to receive services. plan also calls for ensuring that victims of violence can also get help navigating the criminal and civil legal system to protect them from further violence.
services for victims are divided among several departments, each with their own missions and mandates. this leaves victims with the task of navigating complex city bureaucracy right at the moment when they are least able to do so, and that needs to end now. san francisco voters will get a chance to vote on the victim protection measure on the june ballot. the push is on for everyone 18 and older to get their covid-19 booster shot. however, many online vaccinations scheduling sites have yet to be updated and only allow individuals who meet certain requirements to book appointments. this has led to some confusion and left some people unable to book appointments. but health officials say the states might turn scheduling website is expected to be updated on thursday to reflect the new recommendations, making appointments easier to book. at least four other states, including colorado and new mexico, are now recommending covid booster shots for all adults. the fda and cdc could approve the fighter booster for people over 18 as soon as this week. this comes as the u. s.
has seen a 15% increase in covid infections over the past week, averaging about 85,000 new cases per day. health officials are trying to prevent the delta variant from driving 1/5 wave of the pandemic. missions should allow adult patients to determine their own risk of exposure based on their individual circumstances. in practice, this means that providers should not turn a patient away if they request to booster. the current federal guidelines recommend boosters for people 65 older or adults at high risk for complications or exposure. you know, it's devastating. i think it's there's a there's a void, and there's a hole in your heart that never gets filled 10 years after he was killed in afghanistan a special tribute tonight to the young soldier who dreamed of being a police officer right here in the bay area and up next san francisco supervisors push for a new proposal with hopes of making more affordable housing
provide building assistance to homeowners was introduced to san francisco supervisors today supervisor gordon mar, who introduced the resolution says the city has over built luxury housing but is not built enough workforce housing. mar underscored a recent report showing only 7% of union workers can afford market rate rents in the city. that proposed ordinance would provide a
density bonus, allowing up to four units to be built in residential housing zones. homeowners could also receive financial and technical help from the city to build new housing. oakland is launching a new pilot program to help cover the rent of residence on the edge of losing their houses. ktvu tom vacar reports. housing is a human right. oakland mayor libby schaaf zoomed to reporters in to announce a program with deep importance. shallow subsidies, 200 families will each get ongoing support averaging $750 a month for up to 18 months to reduce their rents by 50. this $3.4 million fund was created by donations from many non profits as well as the benny off family of salesforce. this pilot program is aimed at keeping low income people in their homes when rents overwhelmed them every night, thousands of oakland ear's our elders, our children are sleeping on the streets or are
one economic emergency away from losing the housing they have. i don't know what i would have done. you know, i can't pay them. rent by myself. i'm only received income up. so the security, human impact and what perhaps is one of the nation's most diverse cities is appallin. the oaklands african american population is only one in every four oakland ear's. african americans represent about three out of four of its homeless folks. families are being displaced. they're being separated from their communities, and we want to keep them here in oakland. uh we're focused on neighborhoods whose ransom increased by upwards to 90% the ultimate goal learned from this experiment and take it from pilot to policy to permanence. it's our hope that one day that this pilot will no longer be a pilot, but that it's a way that thousands of other people across the state of california can stay house, frankly, a system that allows every family to go to bed at
night without the fear of losing that most basic human need. shelter america itself was made rich and powerful by its diversity of people, thoughts and contributions. oakland is fighting to maintain that treasure trove of human capital tom vacar ktvu, fox two news twitter is testing out a new design with hopes to better warn users of falls from misleading tweets. the new look features warning labels with orange and red to make them more noticeable during last year's presidential election, twitter was criticized for not doing enough to prevent users from spreading misinformation. social media giants, as the redesign is meant to make the warnings more effective and less confusing. the company has been testing out the new warning labels since july. the iconic staples center is getting a new name with the home of the los angeles lakers and clippers will soon be calle, and we also have an update on the woman accused of starting the bonfire in shasta county back in september. and we're
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now to work out a deal to either buy or least 50% of the city share of the coliseum site. the group says it wants to transform the property into a complex containing housing and sports facilities for a black owned nfl team and potentially a w. n b a team. in a tweet tonight, a scg said its pledges to place the community at the forefront of everything they do. moving forward. san francisco's rec and park department is crediting good planning for preserving the grassy fields in golden gate park during the three day outside lands music festival. the grass was susceptible to major damage due to heavy use and record breaking rainfall. just days before the event crews pumped out much of the water and cover the ground with mix of mulch and sand, and as a result, officials say, damage was kept to a minimum. the palo alto woman accused of starting the fun fire back in september, and just a county has now been deemed mentally unfit for trial. alexandra starvin eva was appointed a public defender and pleaded not guilty to arson charges. she was evaluated by
two psychologists who concluded the 30 year old cannot comprehend core proceedings and is unable to aid attorneys in her defense. the case is now on hold indefinitely. if convicted, she could face up to nine years in prison. the fund fire burned about 8500 acres and destroyed 185 structures before it was fully contained. last month, a bay area police department honored a former police explorer and army soldier who was killed in action in afghanistan. 21 year old sean walsh died 10 years ago today. as ktvu is, azenith smith shows us the young soldiers, mother and santa clara police officers have all found ways to remember him. at santa clara police headquarters. half a dozen police officers are working out their routine. 11 wall balls. 16 mountain climbers. and 11 kettle bell swings as many rounds as possible for 21 minutes.
workouts are difficult, and they're done that way for a reason. this is part of our hero wide program wide being workout of the day the number erupts and the workout duration means something on november 16th 11 2021 year old us army specialist sean walsh. who had been an explorer for santa clara police was killed in afghanistan. he was certain with the 185th military police battalion. um he was killed in a mortar attack. sergeant greg digger who served in the california army national guard the same time as sean remembers him as driven. you can see the trajectory he was setting everything up the military service he was doing very well. so, 10 years, um. it's still hard. i still cried today. sean was cheryl walsh is only child. shawn's goal was to join santa clara police, but at the age of 18, he was too young to be an officer. so he enlisted in the military paying the ultimate sacrifice. it's devastating, but then. as a
parent of a soldier who put himself in harm's way. i'm very proud. shawn's mother started the canine memorial foundation in honor of her son in 2000 and 12 shawn's dream to be a k nine handler nonprofit has helped provide 32 police dogs across the country. santa clara police was its first canine recipients. shawn's mother says had sean lived, he'd be a k nine handler serving one community inspired by his passing. we've been able to provide 32 dogs and help. two dozen communities. now they're paying shawn's dream forward. one k nine at a time, sean indirectly kind of watching over us and helping us and still protecting people and serving. to this day in santa clara. i'm azenith smith ktvu, fox two news. already we're checking out the weather. we've got a weak system that went through yesterday or this morning early this morning and so afternoon, and that cleared out the fog is that moves off to the east is next friday system starts to tee up. it's really late thursday
into friday, but tomorrow not bad was a pretty darn nice day. and then we get this guy kind of gets just bumps into the coast on thursday night late into early friday morning, so i choose holy thursday friday. both those days are gonna be mostly dry for the most part. in other words, you're not going to. it's not going to be goalie washer like that. in the rain. most of the precipitation would probably occur when you're in bed or in the very early morning hours, say 989789 in the morning. these are on friday morning. these are the highest recorded today highs tomorrow. i'll be right there. this is the model going okay? tomorrow looks good. there's a clouds. there's thursday night into friday morning, and this stops at one o'clock on friday afternoons. that thing clears the area. it's a weak system. even if you're traveling to the mountains, you see a winter weather advisory. but there shouldn't be anything too too tough up there and getting around. it's not much of a system at least as of yet it will be further north. but we're just in the wrong. at the wrong latitude for this guy, and you
can see all the activity up there. specifics lit right lot of lot of clouds a lot of activity, but the focus really has been the pacific northwest. we're getting a few clouds overhead right now. little valley fogs trying to form as we speak, but temperatures are cool and dew point or a little lower because of that, that weak system that went through a dried out the atmosphere a little bit. and when you do that, like, how much cooler it is tonight, then last night, fairfield's eight degrees cooler than it was last night. that's because drier air, it's easier to cool it down the forecast overnight lows in mid forties low forties, which is a little cooler than last night, and then you can see the forecast highs for tomorrow in colors. right, isis their map. and it shows greens as sixties yellows or seventies and you see a few clouds floating overhead. so the forecast highs for your wednesday which will end up being one of the nicer sonnier days of the week. look pretty good, and then it changes all around thursday is going to be all about clouds. friday is going to be about maybe a little wet pavement in the morning and then clearing and then saturday and sunday or saturday saturday
into sunday will be partly cloudy conditions. something bad would be nice to get some more rain, but it's not happening. so just be careful of those rules. dense areas of fog patches going to real patchy and a lot of places aren't going to know they're going to have it because it's not going to be widespread. she may drive into it real quickly. that's early tomorrow morning. i'll see you back here tomorrow. we'll see them, bill. thank you, a video of a very young cancer patient has gone viral. it shows him celebrating his final chemotherapy treatmen. take a look at one year old noah running down a hallway at u. c. l. a children's hospital in los angeles. oh my gosh. he's so cute. noah was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer this year and now after several rounds of chemo to lung surgeries and a liver transplant, noah is done with his treatment and back home. his mom took the video a week ago and posted it on social media. where as you can see why it is getting a lot of attentio. smile of a champion right there. all right, coming up here. stephan. the warriors have no problem taking care of. kevin
durant. those brooklyn nets mark bonnie says coming up at the highlights. alright, here we go, miller in motion. wha — wait, wait, is that a... baby on the field?? it looks like it, craig. and the defensive linemen are playing peek-a-boo. i've never seen anything like that before. harris now appears to be burping the baby. that's a great moment right there. the ref going to the rule book here.
it's going to be a long bus ride home for the defense. vital room. the golden state warriors have the best record of the nba. you know what else? they have a lot of doubters who may have been quieted down just a little bit, so they have the eight game home stand soft schedule. let's see how they do when they face. k d and the nets in brooklyn on national television. the answer is they completely squashed kevin durant and the nets, where, by the way katie had only 19. here's a turnover. by katie that turns into a nice from the youngster gary payton. the second continues to get big moments and gets up high. he had six off the bed still early. much the
warriors just quickly get this ball into the forecourt. draymond was brilliant tonight who get to stuff that's close enough, right pull up from about 32 ft and shimmy your way to victory did the warriors but right before the half very tight game, brooklyn in it, look how fast they get into the four chord. andrew wiggins. let's fly. buzzer beater. he had 19 and the warriors go into the locker room up five and what jumped the end the third again brooklyn not taking good care of the clock, andre iguodala. that's a pretty difficult to beat the buzzer as the warriors taking 22 point lead into the fourth quarter, and you know you want to see more of this guy. steph had nine threes. tonight it was nine for 14 from the outer limits. 37 all told the blowout. 1 17 to 99 12 and two is the record and they take on the cats tomorrow. stanford women santa clara men both
winners on the college courts. let's take it to minnesota, where the sharks continue to play good hockey in against the wild tonight on the road and taking care of their business in the first period. they're already up one. nothing timo meier off to a good start this season. it's sixth goal in from the right to take care of it. to nothing lead now to one in the second, and it's erik karlsson just didn't happen. slap shot right there. you can't find the back of the neck up. i and 31 is the score at that. 310.41 is the final. the sharks are 86 and one you know full well, what a great season, the san francisco giants head. took a little guidance took little patients took a whole team to put it together. but at the top of the coaching team, gabe kapler, he is the national league manager of the year. we've actually known that for months, 107 victories and looking good as they win the n l
west for the first time since 2012. hey, big night down in the south bay. san jose is sports hall of fame with four new induct deeds, including mark purdy, sensational journalist well decorated. what the san jose merck he goes in, as does summer sanders 1992, olympic gold medalist for usa and, hey, look at there! george c for two time super bowl winning coach. with the 40 niners. everybody's going to get a bronze plaque, as will former nfl wide receiver of the raiders and trackers. james jones, who hails from san jose. congratulations to all of them. we've come to that point of the evening where we must check this out. hey this cat, this cat is smart. what's this? he's penned in right, and, uh, he's like, should i jump? should i jump? no no. why white stress out about through. explain it. cool
alright. alright that's the sporting life. he's too cool to jump over to see you tomorrow, guys. thanks mark. goodnight, everybody. thanks for joining everybody. thanks for joining (phil) councilwoman dunphy, how do you respond to allegations that you look super sexy in your new suit? i haven't been elected yet. come on, kids! we gotta vote! honey, come on. please stop filming. i'm just excited! after today, you are going to be a councilwoman, and i am going to be a first husband. and if you don't stop filming, you're going to be my first husband. all right, everybody, come on! do you know what you're doing, kids? you guys are manning the phone banks. alex, you're in charge of that. why is she in charge? and what's a phone bank? (claire) hmm. that's why. phil. i got it. i will be driving 50 of our finest senior citizens to the polls, assuming, of course, that they remember that i'm coming for them. where you at? (laughs) high-five. old people occasionally forget things. okay. everybody, let's go. let's go. wait! real quick! sorry. everybody get in there. jump in there. i just want to say how proud of you we all are. you're an inspiration.