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a long time coming for the district. they have been talking about school closures for at least two years. but the public behind us only learned of those closures within the last few months, and they feel it's just too soon to make a decision. you can see here. at least 100 people have gathered outside of hayward unified school district headquarters. very passionate crowd tonight, hoping that these schools can be saved. glass brook elementary, and hayward is one of a handful in danger of closing the signs posted outside a message for the district's board of education. this beautiful school. look at it. we are just opposed. we want them to pause. daisy bates is a special education interpreter and president of reunion. she along with representatives of other unions want the district to reconsider. if we have full service community schools, everyone around when i come here, i just hope they take a pause and just reevaluate. i mean, if they needed to close schools, that's fine. but we definitely i would like for them to sit down with us. and. have
us at the beginning of the conversation. not at the end when you've already made a decision. a spokeswoman for hayward unified says the district has faced declining enrollment since 2000 and four but the pandemic really accelerated students leaving. last year is highlighted in red and projections only get worse in the last two years we lost about 2000 students and about 65% of those students. that left the school district did so because their families moved out of the bay area completely less students mean less funding from the state. plus, the district has aging facilities that cost $900 million to fix. it's why the district is proposing closing four schools, relocating facilities and changing boundaries and programs, while the district understands the loss school closures bring. they hope the public can see what can be gained from the potential changes. a part of this plan is to bring. tk and preschool to all of our elementary schools and have modernized facilities where we don't have to worry about broken heaters and fire alarms. we want them to listen to us for the first time, really
pay attention to what we have to say. we have been saying the same thing through all these town hall meetings. we have not been heard. so this group right now very rowdy. just a few seconds ago, they were chanting, save our schools and board. 0.9 quake shook the san ramon area at 11 43 this morning. the usgs says the minor quake was centered near crow canyon country club. on the calvary's fault. it was felt as far north as valeo and south to santa cruz. there were two smaller aftershocks measuring 2.6. and three point no injuries were reported. and no word of any damage. a mother and her young child are still hospitalized tonight after crashing into a restaurant last night that crashed happened crash rather
into a pillar just before seven last night in the railey shopping plaza parking lot on main street in oakley, alexis rammed into the stone pillar in front of a taco bell there. the driver, a 30 year old woman was airlifted to john miller medical center in walnut creek. her three year old daughter was airlifted to ucsf benioff children's hospital in oakland. investigators have not publicly announced it cause for the crash. but a witness who pulled the child out of that mangled car says the driver was driving erratically before the crash. drove probably about 50 or 60 miles an hour past the store. u. 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. no one inside was hurt because the pillar stopped that car from going into the restaurant employees did close the taco bell after the crash, but later reopened the drive through part of the restaurant.
authorities say the mother and child both suffered life threatening injuries in oakland based group is now working toward redeveloping the oakland coliseum complex. last night, the city council selected the group to negotiate deals to bring in everything from professional sport teams to retail stores and affordable housing. ktvu rob roth joins us live from the newsroom tonight with more on the story, robin. like that development team, selected by the oakland city council is called the african american sports entertainment group. they all have roots in oakland and have ambitious plans for development at the coliseum. with the raiders and warriors gone from the oakland coliseum in the a's likely leaving here soon to the question is what will take their places. the oakland city council tuesday selected the after sports entertainment group. cut out, so she deals to redevelop this city is part of the coliseum complex as a person that grew up in east open and grew up right near the coliseum. ah it's a it's a pretty overwhelming filming
because it's there's it's opportunity to actually take part in revitalizing the community. the group features former oakland city manager robert bob as well as developer, business executives in a sports agent. all with oakland roots, the city and the oakland a's each own half the property. the ayes have said they need money from developing the coliseum to help fund their proposed waterfront ballpark. if the a's decided to even stay in oakland, the a's have been really singularly focused on howard. terminal. and i don't think that they really focused on the coliseum. but it appears other sports teams may be interested. the group says it has had high level talks with the women's national basketball association about bringing a team to the arena. but we are in discussions with the w n b a, which are going very well. where and they are have been open to bringing a two team to oakland, and the group has been speaking with the nfl about a new team goal was to have the first african american majority owned nfl football team
in a part of our strategy is to have a convention center. and so there would be an incorporated into. the project could create thousands of jobs. we want there to be affordable quality, affordable housing. um we want there to be education we want there to be, you know, business. hotels the city council selected the group over another team led by former a's pitcher dave stewart. they have that experience and the financial capacity. and i believe strongly believe that professional sports would be receptive. longtime sports fan chris dobbins of the group save oakland sports says he hopes the plan helps keep the aids in oakland. we don't want to lose the ace, so if you know is this to the detriment of the a's, or hopefully not. what to do with the coliseum site has been a question for years. perhaps the answer is now on the horizon, mike rob roth, their in the newsroom, rob. thank you.
defense calls. travis mcmichael. and with that the man who fired the shot that killed ahmad are very took the stand to tell his side of the story. defendant travis mcmichael was the first person called to the stand as defense attorneys opened their case. they also requested a mistrial. box news anna iliopoulos has more now on the request and why the defendant said he shot in self defense. defense attorneys for three men charged in the killing of ahmad are very began making their case today. greg mcmichael, his son, travis, and neighbor william bryan are accused of chasing are very down. the three men say they suspected are very of robbery, and we're trying to conduct a citizens arrest defense calls. privacy michael travis, who allegedly shot are very at close range took the stand as the defenses first witness telling the court he wanted to share his side of the story as he's running towards you at this moment. what are you thinking? death. pretty sure
that he is going to attack. what makes you think that? the totality of this circumstance, but i just witnessed with the truck. what happened on the level that he acted on 11 and then his eye contact on me. also today, william bryan's attorney, kevin gough, delivered his opening statement. goff says his client who recorded cellphone video of the shooting did not have any intention to harm barbary. when he left his house. he walks out to his car. with a cell phone. and his keys. and that speaks volumes as to the intentions of mr brian on the day in question. bryan's attorney also filing for another mistrial today, citing concerns over prominent religious leaders being in the courtroom. he specifically cited reverend jesse jackson, the judge denying that request, saying he believes the jury will not be swayed. prosecutors rested their case on tuesday after calling nearly two dozen witnesses. and iliopoulos.
fox news. the jury in the kyle rittenhouse murder trial has wrapped up its second day of deliberations, jurors met for about 7.5 hours and requested to review two videos. the request prompted a discussion about how many times the jury would be allowed to watch. written houses. attorney argued the videos should be played once, but prosecutors said they should be able to view them as many times as they want it to. i believe the jury should be able to watch them as they see fit. i do not see how videotapes of an incident could be overemphasized or looked at too much. it's clearly an open court. i think we all agree on that. it can be played once not rewound. and started and stopped. another video, which the prosecution argues shows written house pointing a gun at protesters is now the subject of a defense motion for a mistrial. that event says prosecutors gave them a lower resolution version of the video. if convicted, rittenhouse faces life in priso. two men convicted of
assassinating civil rights leader malcolm x back in 1965 are expected to be exonerated in new york tomorrow, and nearly two year long investigation looked into allegations that the fbi and nypd withheld evidence that could have exonerated them. mohammed aziz, khalil islam and thomas hagan were convicted and sentenced for the crime. hagen admitted to being one of the three gunmen. but he also testified that neither disease nor islam were involved. both men were released from prison in the mid eighties. mohammed aziz is now 83 years old khalil islam died in 2000 and nine thousands of dollars worth of one items stolen from northern california targets coming up how investigators say they believe the suspect could be behind other thefts, including some right here in the bay area, and how high can they go? gas prices inching toward $5 a gallon how it's affecting people who depend on their cars to make a living. and the rest of the country may soon follow in california's covid booster footsteps, says
san francisco's director of public health has issued some recommendations. think about where we were. last year. we were urging people to stay at home and when they contact this year, we have so many more social situations to navigate from air travel to visiting family and gatherings that may involve vaccinated and some unvaccinated people. people are dining out going to businesses and schools and public spaces are reopened. dr grant kovacs
spoke about the difference between the holidays last year when families were asked not to get together, and this year, colfax asked residents to give loved ones the gift of protection, either by getting vaccinated for the coronavirus or getting a booster shot. those extra shots are available to everyone 18 and older in san francisco today, moderna officially requested that the fda approved its covid-19 booster vaccine for everyone ages 18 and older. the cdc is scheduled to meet on friday to discuss making booster shots available to all adults. box news, jonathan serrie explains. this comes as concerns grow about another wave of infections. federal health officials are urging patients as fears of a new nationwide covid surge are growing. we're still waiting for the fda to decide whether all americans should get booster shots right now they're recommended only for the elderly and those at high risk. but a growing number of cities and states are expanding access on their own. without approval from the feds. we will be reviewing
the epidemiologic data the, uh, effectiveness data as well as the safety data. and we will provide our recommendations as soon as we can. the push for boosters comes as infection rates are ticking up. 29 states are now experiencing a spike in new covid cases. with the midwest and southwest particularly hard hit, even though some 80% of americans 12 and older have gotten at least one vaccine does. people who have excellent are still getting covid. but they but they are the severity as much much lower vaccination rates are also increasing among young people by the end of wednesday, more than 2.6 million kids ages five through 11 will have gotten their first shot. that's about 10% of the total number of eligible children and the white house is working to make sure demand does not outstrip supply, promising funding for an additional billion vaccine doses in 2022. i don't think we're going to get eradication, movin, donated merit malaria years and years ago, but it exists in other places. so i don't think
we're going to eliminate it completely. officials also confirming wednesday the definition of fully vaccinated will not include booster shots in atlanta. jonathan serrie fox news. already broke wire woke up to a beautiful day today, plenty of sunshine. there was fog in the central valley and a little bit around here, but not a lot. that weak system went through. yesterday. we talked about that and kind of mixed it out. but. you can see this morning at about 10 11 o'clock there was still fogged up around the sacramento valley all the way south and then a little patchy fog or coastal fog down south of monterey, and then some reports of some patchy fog up in the north bay. think we'll see a little bit again tonight? i think we'll see a little bit more, especially in the big valley. so if you have. travel plans going across the valley up to tahoe or up to reading or down to modesto and fresno. it's i would do it. i wouldn't do it late nights and early mornings, that's for sure. i do it in the middle of the day. you know when that fog has a chance to rise u, just, you know, get into this
little visibility situations. the next system shows up on friday. we had originally as a thursday. system bleeding into friday, but now it's really kind of it's all into friday. tomorrow is going to be thursday is going to be about increasing clouds pretty much throughout the day as that system gets closer, but the day for rain or will be mostly friday morning. i think we'll see showers and the north bay thursday night. but friday morning for most of us, and how much is it? not very much. not very much. i wish it was. i wish it was more. we kinda have a little dry stretch going as you know, and we have, you know, right now are percent of average are doing really wel, because we've got so much off the top of you see how valuable and important as atmospheric rivers are. should they just basic water health of the bay area. we're eight days now without rain. we're going to get a little bit on friday, but it's not going to be a heck of a lot percents of average. now severance are santa rosa was up around 5 50 or something. now they're down to 46. so you see how quickly. percent this time of year. they just get whittled
away at it's easy to go up fast, too. but you know, sandals says almost 200% of average, so we do need more rain. we will get more rain on thursday and friday, but not a heck of a lot. just some light scattered showers. so when i see you back here, it ah! six are the next hit. we're going to go right to the five day forecast in the computer models showing the long range and we'll see if we can find some rain way down the road. there is a hint of something around the 27th of november, which looks pretty juicy. some of the models keep throwing it in. it looks really good actually, but. i know it's a ways off. i'll see you back here. little bit. all right. we'll see you then. bill. thank you. well, two things you don't see together too much snow and soccer. not a. well that is the canadian team, so the snowpack celebration does make some sens. team members celebrated a goal during their world cup qualifying game against mexico and. canadian fans were going
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covered california, this way to health insurance. california was called off. thousands of the lecturers were set to walk off the job today and tomorrow. the union representing the workers tweeted early this morning that the two sides have reached a tentative agreement, including what it calls groundbreaking improvements in crucial areas, including job stability, workload and compensation. classes were held as scheduled today. one man is accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth a baby formula from targe. now he was arrested in the sacramento area and as rohingyas shadow report, sheriff deputies are now investigating whether or not he's responsible for more
thefts around northern california. he walked into the baby formula aisle and immediately began stuffing that box with numerous containers of baby formula targets. surveillance video captured a man sheriff's detectives say is a suspected member of an organized retail theft crime ring that's been hitting target stores around northern california appears that the suspect knows what he's doing. he's engaged in this type of activity before. and so he actually stole nearly $850 worth of baby formula from that specific target here in auburn on bell road. the incident happened sunday night, a target employee called the sheriff's office reporting a high dollar value theft going on in their store. when deputies responded and tried to stop him. he led deputies on a short car chase on i 80. but the eventually arrested 30 year old dylan norman lovett, a transient from sacramento. the manager of this target tells me that they credir
helping crack this case, fox 40 reached out to target about the theft and the suspect. target stores, telling fox 40 in part last weekend, the security team at the auburn target store observed a man shoplifting baby products and immediately called the plaster county sheriff's office. we also had evidence of many different shoplifting incidents with the same individual and turn the information over to law enforcement suspect. is known to frequent target stores around the region and he had engaged in similar activity and has been responsible for the theft of about $33,000 worth of baby formula. love it now facing charges of organized retail theft, failure to yield and resisting a peace officer. san francisco district attorney chase a. boudin says his office has filed 128 charges, including eight felonies against bribed as a prolific retail thief, aziza
graves is accused of stealing merchandise worth more than $40,000 from the stones down target store over the past year. she was arrested at that story. just yesterday, this pass up target announced it was reducing hours at at san francisco stories due to a surgeon shoplifting americans are dying of drug overdoses at a record breaking array data from the centers for disease control and prevention shows an estimated 100,000 americans died of drug overdoses in a 12 month period ending in april. that's up nearly 30% from the prior year, an increase was seen in all but four states, delaware, new jersey, new hampshire and south dakota. health officials say they believe the top reasons are the growing prevalence of fentanyl in the illegal drug supply. and the pandemic, which left many drug users isolated and unable to get help. still ahead tonight, staggering prices at the gas pump, but now they're starting to hit some workers harder than others also ahead.
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folks are paying for 82 a gallon for regular up from 4 70 a week ago, 4 62 a month ago and a buck and a half more than a year ago u c. berkeley haas energy economist severin bornstein says. californians currently paid 30 cents a gallon more than the average state, which just might be illegal. dig into this and find out what happening and the state government just hasn't seemed interested and digging into it since crude oil hit a pandemic low of about $30 a barrel, opec has rocketed oil back up to $80 and the extra $50 per barrel means another dollar and a quarter or so. ah on our price at the pump. ridesharing drivers take a huge hit and when the price of gasoline goes up by a dollar or two per gallon, they see that directly in their personal income. here's what one
rideshare driver told us back in june, when prices were much lower than now for gas. they $50 per day on gasoline. that's why a lot of drivers they don't want to keep driving. that's why we are short of drivers. companies with fleets of cars and trucks are feeling. it example. based cities produce has a big fleet of delivery trucks are fuel prices just the last year 14 months have gone up 25% it's hurt my distance. i cannot expand. my growth was the cost of the equipment and the fuel the way it is right now. airlines are paying a lot more for fuel but must pay to fly and can and will raise prices, especially when demand is high. but they also got a huge bailout payment from the government. so the airlines actually came through this overall. okay? and you're. paying for all of it. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news.
governor newsom was at the port of los angeles today, with members of the biden administration, checking on efforts to address the backlog back. cargo ships at the ports last month. around the clock to try to reduce the supply chain bottleneck right now, the port is open about 19 hours a day still short of the president's push for 24 hour operation that is mainly due to a shortage of truck drivers. one of the profound challenges we face continue to face is enough truck drivers. we announced that the dems will be extending hours of operation on saturdays at 15 sites disproportionate number here and southern california montebello, fullerton. and other sites and effect allowing us to double 1000. to 9700 commercial tests a month. there are still backups at the ports of los
angeles and long beach with about 80 container ships waiting to dock that is down from the more than 100 ships that were recently stuck floating off the coast. california is now defending its ban on private prisons today, state attorney general rob bonta filed a petition to repeat. a federal appeals court decision, the court's ruling bloc. that this. but for profit prisons i can. concerns about private prisons, including unsafe conditions, a lack of transparency and accountability. the prioritization of profits over. rehabilitation and the well being of those in detention. us
immigration and customs enforcement have five detention centers in the state that are run by private companies. conditions at santa rita jail in dublin where the focus of a meeting of alameda county supervisors this morning, alameda county's health officer gave supervisors an overview of its annual inspection at santa rita jail. it looked into health, nutrition and dental care. jail officials also said they have a new agreement to share data between the counties, adult forensic behavioral health team and the sheriff's department. they say that communication will allow them to better help inmates in crisis. not only are we going to be able to receive information that's critical for our team to know as we engage individuals who are suffering through some behavioral health issues, whether my older severe, but it also is allowing in september, alameda county agreed to a settlement in a federal class action lawsuit over mental
health care for inmates. the settlement will require changes in several areas, including suicide prevention, out of cell time and discharge planning in the federal fraud trial against their nose founder elizabeth holmes, a woman testified that her blood tests wrongly told he. she may have had hiv. ktvu investigative reporter. evan sernoffsky was in court for the testimony in a trial that is being watched by many around the world. erin tompkins testified wednesday that she got a blood test from theranos in 2015 at walgreens and arizona. it came back showing she had hiv antibodies, but three subsequent blood tests from other companies showed that theranos test was wrong. her testimony was just one more example of the startling problems inside theranos the sensational trial against the company's founder, elizabeth holmes, has drawn a mixed bag of observers from day one. gary tidwell flew into the bay area from new york city.
he's a senior adviser at yasko, a global organization of securities regulators. smart person. learns from his or her mistakes, but a wise person watches others and learns from their mistakes. he's been closely watching the testimony of san francisco based hedge fund manager brian grossman. who invested $96 million in therano. grossman testified that holmes made numerous false claims about their noses technology. he spent wednesday under cross examination from defense attorney lance wade, who pointed to email after email highlighting risks he was aware of. despite homes alleged claims for tidwell. the lessons of theranos are global in scale. the market is premised upon a level in the op end of the market operates best when truth is out there we've already heard from other deep pocketed investors. legal observers say they may not be sympathetic to jurors. it's my opinion that yours will think. shut it down
your due diligence. that's your fault, in part that you lost that kind of money, but it's ted will points out companies like grossman's hold pension funds and manipulation doesn't just come at a cost to millionaires and billionaires. securities regulation is all about investor protection. and market integrit, and those are both at issue here because of you have irregularities such as what's alleged here going on in the market and you don't have an investor protection and who's going to be trusting the market after this? the trial continues thursday when journalist roger parliament is expected to testify. he wrote a glowing profile if theranos for fortune magazine, but he later had to correct it. at the federal courthouse in san jose evan sernoffsky ktvu, fox two news. there is a new place for seniors to live in the south bay, the new project that's open and ready for residents, and it offers more than just a roof over people's heads. plus and walking for ruby is one of the
best things that i could do for my school right now. some bay area students honor a young civil rights icon, how they celebrated ruby bridges and her historic walk to school. also ahead. i feel like i'm coming back saying hi to people i've known my whole life. covid long hauler returns to the hospital to thank everyone who saved his life. the nine months he spent there and how covid has changed his life forever.
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my understanding of the extraordinary need for permanent supportive housing, as well as housing at all below market price points has deepened dramatically. and i say without hyperbole that it is our local existential crisis. the development was paid for with funding from the 2016 santa clara county voter approved $950 million measure a affordable housing bond. the san jose man battled covid-19 in the hospital for nine months, and today he returned to cheers from the medical staff. that saved his life. ktvu south bay reporter jesse gary has this story of survival and perseverance. wednesday wheelchair bound noah davis receiving a hero's welcome at the place that saved his life. this is my second home. you know, i feel like this is my family. i feel like i climbed back. same height of people. i've known my whole life. the 31 year old almost didn't live long enough to see this day. nine
months ago, davis came down with covid 19, and only recently left this hospital and my whole family was, you know, masks and washing hands every time i came home. lifestyle spreading our mail. despite those precautions, the former third party apple tech worker got sick, which worsened his blood oxygen level dropped by one third. he was in severe respiratory distress. and patients like that, as they progress, particularly if they require intensive care unit. treatment have a very high risk of mortality. with davis hovering at death's door, doctors at valley medical center put him in a low grade coma approximately two months later, and the treatment worked. but the cost was high. he lost the ability to walk uses left hand. even breathing on his own was a burden. for granted. planted in yeah. sure can't wait to get back to that. noah davis suffers from researchers call long haul
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thursday is going to be a day of increasing clouds. that's tomorrow. there'll be valley fog will have the whole the whole shooting match. and then on friday morning we're looking at. scattered showers and make 34 in the morning. kind of a thing with the wet roadway for your morning commute. there's the system there. you see a very active pacific, right? but i'm telling you that. that's what you want. it's just not coming
our way and there's a close up shot. valley fog again back in the forecast right now, temperatures are generally where they were last night. that's why the difference in napa zero right little cooler and pala votto little warmer in san jose. these are the forecast overnight lows and of course, the dew points are right to 0.2 right there, and so with the dew points it in the mid number forty's when your temperature hits 47 in vallejo, boom, you got fog and alejo will have fog tonight. lie suspect conquered will have some fog as well. and then the big valley if you're traveling, get ready for that, because it's out there on 99 5. that's tomorrow. it looks cloudier than it's going to be. it's not going to be that cloudy it's going to be partly cloudy and mostly cloudy. that the model just show you a bunch of clouds right over the ice a third map, but it'll there'll be some sun breaking through, and that's how temperatures in fairfield look at the 60 to 61 64 livermore. in 66. morgan hil. the five day forecast the way that lays out. we're looking at
scattered showers late late late thursday night, so it's not much of a deal. and then as you get into friday, you've got the morning showers. now that's going to be accompanied by with some wet roadways as well. how much rain? two tents at best, a tent. for most, and some, like san jose 0.5, maybe even just trace amounts. little breezy on saturday, but we don't sweat it. it's fire. danger is not on our mind because things are few moistures are hot. and then sunday their best day on the weekend, your warmest, nicest day and monday now beyond this five day out on tuesday and wednesday, i think we've got a chance to see something else. move in. that could bring us 1/10 of an inter core of an inch as well. so we'll explore that when i see you back here at six. all right, bill. thank you. a 12 year old boy scout jumped right into action, helping a couple and their dog who got lost on a hiking trail in hawaii. the local couple took their dog hiking on the white mono trail above pearl city when they got lost and actually ended up seven miles deep into the trail. they didn't see anyone for hours. but then they ran into 12 year old
david king and his mother, christine, they were finishing up david's 15 mile merit badge height just before dusk. david quickly noticed that the couple's dog smokey was in bad shape and can barely walk. so the young boy tried to carry the dog on his back, but it was just too heavy. well. that's when david scout training kicked in. so we built them a stretcher using a. using a big tree branch that we broke in half and we use our shirts and like split it on and use the armholes to fit the sticks through. it's a technique david learned from his older brother, who was an eagle scout. all four took turns carrying smoky three miles back to the entrance. they all made it out, smoking out his injuries cared for in his now doing well. well. today is a historic day for a south san francisco elementary school for the first time. the state of california is marking ruby bridges day as katie view is amanda quintana shows us it was a class of fifth graders at martin elementary, who came up with the idea to honor the young civil rights icon. walk to
school, but more of a celebration and walking for ruby is one of the best things that i could do for my school right no. handmade posters thanking ruby bridges for the walks she made to school that were very different from this one in 1960 at just six years old, ruby was the first black student. to integrate a school in the south, walking past angry mobs yelling racist, hateful things at her. her story is taught in martin elementary's fifth grade class. we were reading about ruby bridges and maddie and our class asked does ruby have a day? and we looked it up and she did not have a day and the children were so upset about this. they say we're going to go to the president and i said, hold up. there's a process that process took four years. each year. miss carly knows class kept pushing, knowing without ruby. they wouldn't be able to be at school with their friends, so they collected signatures, eventually convincing the school board then
the city eyes 37 no. zero the major passes and now the state of california has made november 14th ruby bridges walk to school day. the senator who brought up the resolution walking along with the kids who inspired it. ruby story to me is one of courage and bravery and the fact that one act one person can truly make a difference, and that's evidenced by today. those students that initially started this push for ruby bridges day they are now in high school. but students here say the push is not over. they want to see ruby bridges day. go nationwide. we want kids all over this country to start asking their teachers asking their principles if they can walk with ruby as well because they want. all kids to know that they have power to affect positive changes in this world, and this has carried onto a great generation like it was a 10 year old that thought of this day and now. and now we're doing it. amanda keep tonic. katie
view, fox two news. this is katie fox. two news at six. now it's six san francisco city hall pushing for a new supervised drug use site. but neighbors near the proposed locations say it will only cause more problems. not good for the community. it's not good for the residents around here. there has to be a different different way of dealing with this. with this crisis. one resident says the quality of life has gone down so much already. he's worried what it would look like should that site actually opened? good evening, everyone. i'm mike me back in tonight for frank somerville, and i'm julie haine. the city is already struggling with a staggering number of overdose deaths and no clear way to solve the problem. ktv is andre senior live for us tonight in the newsroom and andre this plan, certainly controversial, controversial. indeed, mike and julie. mary london breed has identified the side and could open when it could open if she's identified the location, but there's still a big problem looming over this plan. if san francisco mayor london breach
proposal bills according to plan this spring, a building and lot located between gary and hide will be the city's first location where users can inject drugs into their system. under the supervision of medical professionals, but i think this situation has become critical and urgent enough that i that i believe that the mayor is sayin, look, we have to do something we can't let san franciscans die. um and so we have to be. we have to respond a matter of urgency, says vitka ison, the ceo of nonprofit health, right, 3, 60 said between january and september of this year. 500 people died in san francisco of drug overdoses. they have no other negative outcomes. besides also save lives. i mean, they save lives and they save money. the latest development coming weeks after supervisor matt haiti introduced a resolution and received unanimous support, calling on mayor breed to declare a state of emergency around the city's drug overdose crisis for people who are using drugs.