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and toyota. - hi mommy! - hi honey! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. ♪ hush little baby...♪ ♪...don't say a word...♪ but if slow upload speeds turn your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 877.only.att. to you. i'm andre senior. and i'm greg lee. we begin tonight with breaking news in san jose. investigators say a driver involved in a fatal hit and run in the area of south white road and east hills drive. took off from the scene. the victim who died was a pedestrian right now. south white road closed in both
directions. investigators want drivers to avoid the area. a vehicle caught on camera with flashing hazard lights in the area not involved in the crash here. the smart san jose's first fatal collision of the year. that our other top story travelers need to brace for more flight cancelations and delays well into the new year across the country tonight, travelers are stranded at airports. there are just a few of the places where frustrated people are snapping photos of what they're enduring people in the bay area failed to escape the problem, airlines say they're managing to problems, wintry weather and staffing shortages because of a surge of covid cases, but they're taking new action they hope will ease the problem. ktvu zec sauce joins us live from oakland international airport after speaking with travelers stuck in the middle of all of this exact yes, it's being described as sort of a perfect storm for airlines. those staff shortages that bad weather leading to all those screens here at oakland airport being filled up with cancelations and delays. just really tired and
like, kind of exhausted and alexa jacko, not alone in feeling that way among the thousands of air passengers caught up in sunday's travel mess in the skies first, mike got canceled flight from tucson to oakland airport, then changed to delayed and the departure time pushback twice. some 2600 flights canceled across the us today and more than 8800 delayed. that's according to travel site flight aware it keeps changing. it was earlier today was 40 minutes. now is 10 minutes. let's see if it will be , and i think it's the last flight for the night, so hopefully we're out of here, and we're not going to sleep in the airport, shearing and tobias headed back to phoenix after spending new year's in the bay area airlines, blaming the problems on staffing shortages due to covid 19 and bad weather across the country. days of cancelations having a trickle down effect making normally crowded holiday flights. even worse, the whole flight was booked, like every single seat airlines say they're taking steps to reduce cancelations.
united is offering to pay pilots triple or more of their usual wages for picking up open flights through mid january. meantime spirit airlines reached a deal with the association of flight attendants for double pay for cabin crews. through tuesday at oakland airport. steve manning also delayed flying out talking up the whole experience to another example of life in the new normal. not too bad for me. i was just i was expecting a little bit worse than that holiday travel rush that came as the omicron variants surged across the country and here in the bay area, you know it's nerve racking, especially when you're found traveling with your family and small kids and stuff, but, um so far, we haven't had any difficulties or issues. everyone seems to have been respectful and wearing their masks back at check ins hearing in tobias, keeping a close eye on their delayed flight to phoenix on the departure board their trip out here a few days ago. no better. we were ready to get on the flight, and it was just canceled the airline automatically moving the couple to a later flight. we run that kind of okay, police now and
then we don't both able to take almost any airline mishap in stride. going back home now we're just happy. it's just 10 minutes. and here at oakland airport around 100 flights delayed today. 25 canceled at sfo around 60 canceled and at san jose airport, 15 cancel its overall a pretty tough day for air travel here in the bay live at oakland airport success. ktvu fox two news. part of a domino effect across the country, zack. thank you. meantime bay area travelers may have it bad but not nearly as bad as travelers in chicago this weekend. the winter storm that hit the midwest yesterday made the chicago area the worst place in the country for travelers throughout the weekend, about a quarter of all flights at all here. international airport were canceled today. we're just two days into the new year in the oakland police department already investigating the city's first homicide of 2022. it happened new year's day on 34th street in west oakland. ktvu is elissa harrington is live in oakland with more on this shooting, and how anti violence
groups were reacting to a violent starts the new year, melissa that's right. you know, so far, police have not released any names or a motive for the shooting, but i did get a chance to speak with the pastor with the city's ceasefire program. he talked about his hopes for this new year. cell phone video posted on the citizen app shows a crime scene in west oakland around nine pm new year's day, a man was shot and killed outside a liquor store at 34th and hollis streets. he was pronounced dead at the scene. this first homicide of the year is upsetting for anti violence groups in oakland, but please put down your guns. you pastor jim hopkins with lakeshore avenue baptist church is involved in the city's ceasefire program. he was with many others . new year's eve for the service of the crosses to remember the 134 homicide victims lost in oakland in 2021 1st reaction has to be one of grief and lament. and certainly for boarding of here we go again after for 134.
homicides last year. five people were also killed on freeways in oakland, there was a 21% increase in shootings, pastor jim said. people are desperate and many need resources like job training, recovery and support for families. he said. in the new year, they will do more outreach and try to intervene in the lives of young people at risk of being involved in violent crimes. i've just got to fall back on what's worked before. there's evidence that when the ceasefire philosophy is worked is implemented, is trusted. the number of homicides goes down significantly on new year's eve, opd discussed its commitment to making oakland a safer city. the department released a statement that said public service and safety are in the highest tradition of the oakland police department, which we will continue to demonstrate each day. and the pandemic did greatly impact operation
ceasefire because part of that strategy is to build relationships in the community and do a lot of outreach. covid restrictions really made them reduce what they were able to do. opd has said that going into the new year they are committed. to the ceasefire strategy reporting live in oakland. i'm elissa harrington ktvu fox. two news, hopefully, less violent. you're ahead, melissa. thank you. police in vallejo are investigating a fiery car crash that left two people dead. officers say it happened at about 9 20 last night on shasta street near nebraska street. when officers arrived, they say they found the car fully engulfed in flames. after firefighters arrived and extinguish the fire. they confirmed that two people inside the car died. there's no word yet on their identities. now to the latest on the coronavirus school resumes this week around the country for millions of children, and there are growing concerns about sending them back with the spread of the omicron variants boxes. charles watson explains what schools are doing to make sure kids won't be spending their spring semester.
behind the computer screen in distance, learning the acceleration of cases that we've seen is really unprecedented, gone well beyond anything we've seen before. the highly contagious alma cranberry in has fueled the rapid spread of new covid cases across the u. s so far, much of this has happened while americans are at home for the holidays. but starting monday, schools around the country will welcome back students and staff. while being tasked with keeping them safe. this time around, schools are doing whatever they can to avoid going remote. the goal is full time in person learning for our students. they've suffered enough as pediatric hospitalizations for covid approach. record highs. schools are stocking up on rapid test to stay ahead of potential outbreaks in new york city, the nation's largest school district. students will get tested if there's an outbreak in their class. those who test negative can return to class. while positive cases and those who don't opt into tests will stay home. many parents don't have the luxury of staying home , so we have to do everything
possible to keep them in school as our plan a plan b and plan c . meanwhile many colleges aren't taking any chances. stanford harvard in several other major universities are going online only for the first few weeks of this spring semester. health experts say the best safeguard is for parents to get their kids vaccinated. they're currently available for children ages five and up in atlanta. charles watson fox news so online college classes are expected to return at some schools in the u. c system. those include uc davis and uc santa cruz. meanwhile u c. berkeley says it expects everyone to get tested for covid before returning to campus. other schools have also got remote. yell colombia and rice university. thousands of students in the west contra costa unified school district received covid-19 at home testing kits. today the kids were provided to the district by the california department of public health district officials are asking that students take the test before returning to class tomorrow. the district was given
30,000 tests and has made available videos in english, spanish, cantonese, arabic and vietnamese on how to administer the tests. um we're recommending that they test before they come back tomorrow morning, and they will upload their test results into their school database. and then each school site also does weekly testing that families often too, and our students have the opportunity to test weekly at school as well. now, starting on february 18th all students, students aged 12 and older will need to be fully vaccinated to continue in person learning unless they haven't approved medical exemption. the activist groups equal opportunity now and by any means necessary, held a news conference today to push for the return of distance learning. they say schools right now are not safety to the spike in covid cases in the bay area. we need parents not to be sending their young people, their children to school. we
need everyone to be standing up against this. in addition to virtual learning, the groups are pushing for pandemic economic assistance for families and mandatory vaccinations and testing for all teachers, staff and students. this single light right here. that helps us to see a week of record breaking snow in the sierra caused more than just issues on the road coming up. we'll tell you about efforts to get power back to thousands who have been in the dark since christmas. there's rain back in the bay area forecast, not a lot of it, but there's some all have that when i return. and for rain to this, it's 21. people in new mexico safe and warm tonight after this frigid nights spent in a couple of tram cars, we'll tell you what it took people whod
overnight and two tram cars. the cars got stuck in the sandia mountains overlooking albuquerque after ice formed on the tram line friday night, cruise used ropes and other equipment to lower the passengers. 85 ft to the ground. before escorting them to a nearby landing zone. they were then ferried by helicopter to the base of the mountain. the rescue took several hours, but the passengers were given blankets and other supplies as they waited. thankfully, no one was seriously injured. some towns in the sierra are still without power after last week's major snowstorm, matt from pgd
shows where those outages are right now as reporter, okay, almanor tells us some people in the community are stepping up to help those struggling without service. a generator chugs along in the backyard of this georgetown home, powering only a few things inside single light right here. that helps us to see sarah johnson has been living in darkness since the power went out on sunday because of the massive winter storm. but what's more concerning to her or the downed power lines and fallen trees? we saw these power lines in the middle of the road, and these branches fell into the wires in front of johnson's home sleepless nights, a lot of them because you here the snow coming down, and you're not sure if it's going to be a branch or a tree. others are still stuck in their homes because of the damage. that's why logan rush has been using shovels, chains and chain stars to help those in need clearing debris from the roads and driving people to get much needed supplies. these are photos rush took earlier this week before he cleaned up the
streets. i've been leaving my house at about around eight and then coming back around eight. and just all day running back and forth to the gas station to the grocery store, you know, just getting keeping people moving, and this isn't part of russia's job. he's doing this all out of the goodness of his heart. it's just what you have to do appear, you know? people if there's people that can't make it, you gotta do what you can to help him. it's just really important in this community. appreciate exam. thank you. georgetown gassing go set up this donation box for people like rush who they're calling unsung heroes. they're your friend doing endless work around here, cutting trees getting people out of their driveways, bringing supplies to families and they're doing it. all on their own time. and so we thought we could get back to them a simple way to say thank you. that's not going unnoticed. it's just been really eye opening. how how great the great the community is up here. these acts of kindness, a reminder that there can be light even in
the darkest of times. it really truly gives me hope that there are good people in this world. that was orca men at reporting. for us. it's a much different situation for skis and snowboarders in the sierra, though they're starting off the new year with some of the best conditions they've seen in years, owners of the tahoe ski resorts telling skiers and snowboarders now is a great time to make a trip up the mountain. like tahoe expert kevin cooper told us earlier today the ski resorts are all open on this very chilly first weekend of 2022. well, north stories about 25 degrees, but i started my truck up here this morning about 5 30 was just about two degrees down in south lake tahoe about 14 degrees along the shore and warming up to about 25. we're looking at a high leg, you know ? oh, 30, so scared that writing is absolutely fantastic. the snow is on. unbelievable right now. hockey brand new 2022 goodness. caltrans city and state have been working tirelessly to get these roads open a lot of snow short period
of time. i'm over the holidays. so the roads are getting better now, i will say with these cold temperatures, it is slick in and around the area. so even though we're not saying chain controls at this time, you need to slow that roll down a lot of black eye scanning around the area, and that's where the ski resorts 100% open anywhere you go in around the area snowmobile operations across countries gains, though showing operations of royal gorge, the kirkwood mountain resort all open 100. alright little closer to home. now many people want to break from the frosty mornings we found windshields and landscapes in oakland, collecting ice before sunrise today, ktvu meteorologist bill martin is tracking the blast of cold air hitting us and he joins us now. with what we can expect in the future. bill, tell us about it. yeah that cold air is i think of the past. it's warming up around here. diet them highs. today we had 60 and morgan hill 60 in san jose. tomorrow we'll get back into the mid and upper fifties. in some places that's not warm,
but it's not as cold as we saw last week. this week. we're going to see more clouds. we have them out there now and then we've got this weather system. it's going to show it to you here in this long rate on this. this is a long range forecast loop. and watch this area up here. it just kind of stays put right all week keeps spinning stuff from the north. so we get these dragged by systems until friday when we get a real system. so what? that just show us clouds, maybe a few sprinkles and showers tomorrow and then pretty much nothing until we get to friday so the story warmer with clouds the next showers as i mentioned, but all of it's going to end up in northern. most of it's gonna end up in northern california, and you can see over the course of seven days. san francisco's only forecast to get less than three quarters of an inch. that's over seven days, so this system is going to favor the north. most certainly, and that's going to be mainly on friday. tomorrow showers. scattered showers on the morning commute possible scattered showers on and off all
day. the reason they're not major because the colder weather system at least it's coming from the north. so there's not as much moisture tied into it like when we get these men mid latitude storms. so with that in mind, few sprinkles on the morning commute. few sprinkles on the afternoon commute and then nice looking weather pattern right through the rest of the week with rain in the main forecast on friday, i'll see you back here and i'll show you the five day we'll make it all make sense. i look forward to it, bill. thank you. search teams continued looking for two missing people today in the snow covered but still smoldering debris from a massive colorado wildfire. this is people who barely escaped the flames sorted through what was left after the fire. and investigators try to determine its cause. the flames ripped through nearly 9.4 square miles and left nearly 1000 homes and other buildings destroyed and suburbs between denver and boulder. to the families who lost everything they have. we are setting up everything that we can to help you get through what is likely to be one of the
most difficult periods of your lives. to those who are still waiting to get back to their intact homes that will be as quickly as possible. xl is going house to house reigniting natural gas. i know many of you are also worried about frozen pipes and other issues, but everybody is moving as fast as they can. to get folks back in safely. the fire came unusually late in the year following an extremely dry fall and during a winter with very little snow. experts say those conditions, along with high winds fueled the fire spread. some sad news to report from the music world influential bay area music producer tracks a million has died at the age of 43 blog count is lower on the roof broke the story earlier today. tracks a million whose given name is sultan banks was the san jose native and instrumental producer behind the hi fi movement. he worked with many artists, including mister fab, too short and e 40. young irishwoman, who was severely injured but survived. the 2015 berkeley
balcony collapses died, according to a statement from the university college dublin. effi barry died in a dublin hospital yesterday. media reports say the cause of death was a stroke. it was not immediately known if the stroke was related to the head or other life threatening injuries she sustained in that balcony collapse. it was various 21st birthday that was being celebrated on that balcony when it collapsed. six young people, mostly visiting u c. berkeley, irish students died. and seven others were injured in the 40 ft. drop onto the street below. i'll be buried was 27 years old. coming up. gas price watchers forecast another rough year for drivers will tell you what's behind estimates and how much the average family can expect to spend. and one of football's most controversial players, walks out on his team in the middle of the game. we will have the details later on sports. and wondering what to do with all
the u. s and its allies quote will respond decisively if russia further invades ukraine. now this is video of the two leaders in the oval office back in september. their conversation today comes just a few days after president biden told russian president vladimir putin not to create a military crisis on ukrainians border officials from russia and the us are scheduled to meet in person in geneva later this month. as many as 100,000. russian troops remain masked at the ukrainian border now. we're learning more tonight about israel's newest strikes against militant targets in the gaza strip is in jerusalem with a breakdown of the building tension in the middle east. the new year is not
off to a great start in the middle east. overnight israeli airstrikes targeted hamas positions along the gaza strip. the strikes were in response to rocket fire on saturday that landed off the coast of central israel. there was also a sniper attack from gaza last week that injured one civilians. the hamas claimed it was conducted by a rogue attacker. egyptian negotiators are working around the clock to prevent another round of escalation between the two sides after that 11 day war last may. the development comes amid rising regional tension as much of the american policies meant to decrease, tension have only added to the status quo. for example, the eighth round of nuclear talks in vienna, austria , resumed last week between the u. s. iran and the parties to the 2015 nuclear deal. iran is still increasing its storage and enrichment of uranium actions that may push israel to act alone militarily against the country. and of the sworn a more passive approach to issues that have the potential to start a war could be very dangerous. entering the new year. iran this weekend kept the rhetoric high while commemorating custom,
soleimani. their top general that was killed in a us drone strike two years ago, and they will not be given an opportunity for peace. the revenge for the assassination will continue. and they must not think that this amount of revenge is enough. no revenge will continue. the issue arises when rhetoric turns to action. we've seen continued iranian proxy action across the middle east. one wrong move could take the entire region to a broader conflict in jerusalem trade angst. fox news' twitter has permanently suspended georgia congresswoman marjorie taylor green's personal account for spreading misinformation about covid-19 twitter says green's account was suspended for repeated violations. of company did not publicly point to specific tweets. the company says she violated its five strike policy, which was introduced in march. green is previously presented false claims about vaccine efficacy and has minimized the severity of the disease. her professional account is unaffected by the ban
and remains active. if food scraps go to a landfill, and they get buried in a landfill. they can create methane gas, a potent greenhouse gas. but still, there's a state law now, in effect intended to help the environment coming up details on new requirements for your food scraps. and a traffic stop and pleasant hill turns into a dangerous situation. we'll tell you why the bomb squad got called in, and we told you about the push to get kids tested and vaccinated before they returned to school ahead. we'll show you the incentives offered to
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probably thrown food scraps from items like these into the trash or garbage disposal, but what you've been getting rid of has value food scraps like your eggshells and coffee grounds and your vegetable peelings. those are the most important type. of garbage that exists. that's where the nutrients are. beginning this year, california has enacted a statewide law to keep food scraps out of landfills. instead, they will need to be composted and collected curbside. california has passed a policy now. requiring all cities and counties in the state to reduce the amount. of compostable material that they send to landfills by 75% by the year 2025. that's in three years you'll need to separate food, waste from trash and place it in those green bins. open that up something san franciscans have done for 25 years. waste management company rick ology, which focuses on recycling, spearheaded the change, which
california has now adopted. part of the reason is to help the environment if food scraps go to a landfill, and they get buried in a landfill, they can create methane gas, a potent greenhouse gasses can escape to the atmosphere. the food waste eventually becomes compost that can be mixed with soil as seen in these piles at a site in southern california. it's valuable material used in agriculture. farmers say it's nutrient rich increases stable carbon levels in soil and saves water. it allows water to be held. and then importantly, accomplished as a very friendly way that it delivers water to the roots of plants compared to other structures in the soil. so applying complex soil is that huge advantage, ecology says in san francisco alone, it's kept 2.5 million tons of food waste out of landfills, the tops of your carrots, the peelings off your onions. the brown leaves off the end of the lettuce, the coffee grounds of banana peels.
all these things came from a farm. they ought to go back to a farm in the form of compost. some california cities and counties are still working out plans to collect that food waste . they do have a grace period for up to two years. but i'm told, most should be able to work out those plans within a few months. greg legans ktvu fox two news. the price of pork could soon be going up in california. another law taking effect this month requires more humane treatment for farm animals by setting space requirements at farms. maybe if you're you know, if you've got millions of dollars your silicon valley billionaire or multi millionaire you can afford $36 a pound bacon, but i suspect you know, the vast majority of people in california aren't you know, aren't really in that category. the law was passed by california voters four years ago. coming up later in this newscast, what the new law means for consumers and farmers. an anti oxman is facing felony charges after police and
pleasant hills say they found a homemade bomb in his vehicle during a traffic stop. it happened last night about 9 30 when police stopped a vehicle. at a gas station on contra costa boulevard for an equipment violation. the driver, later identified as 27 year old market of eniac was on probation, so police searched his car and found that explosive device the gas pumps were shut down and the gas station closed at the time of the arrest. but the one that creek bomb squad was called in any way to make sure the explosive device did not go off. police in rohnert park arrested a 35 year old man last night for child endangerment and possessing a stolen gun after his wife texted a friend for help during a domestic dispute. officers responded to the home on the 1400 block of southwest boulevard, where they found the suspect. his wife and two children, ages 10 and three. police say three handguns you see there were found inside the home. all of the firearms were unlocked and accessible to both children. california lawmakers return to the state capitol tomorrow with a lot of work to
do first on the docket. governor newsom must present his budget to the legislature before january 10th. the new fiscal year begins to lie first, and the state is expecting another huge surplus $31 billion. lawmakers also have until the end of the month to move bills held over from last year. not to mention it's an election year with newly drawn district lines for the assembly and senate. well, some bay area students took part in the unique coronavirus vaccine clinic today in the south bay ktvu is amanda quintana shows us it's part of a larger push to get kids vaccinated before they return to school. i loved getting the vaccine. it's not often you see this kind of excitement about a needle, especially from a five year old but for the sharma family, the children's discovery museum vaccine clinic was something to celebrate on the shot. they never got scared, so d shadow was really excited. because i was gonna get protected from the vibe, this arjun and his seven year old sister amani, both got their
first dose of the vaccine. it kind of heard that none that i bought my first vaccine with some special incentives. i gotta pop it and i and be as pink car glasses for any member of the family that got vaccinated today . they got a free pass for the whole family to go inside the museum. they could go in right after their shot, or they could save it for the next six months . we know that it's very hard for kids to get the courage to take a shot, and we thought, well, why couldn't we do something wonderful. and say, if you get your shot, you'll get to treat your whole family to a day at children's discovery museum. the clinic is part of a larger push right now to get kids vaccinated and tested before school starts. on monday, governor gavin newsom agreed to provide schools with enough at home rapid tests for all k through 12 students. that's around six million and schools across the bay area are rushing to give them out. like at this drive thru in alameda on friday . we want this to be replicated
throughout the 58 counties in our state and throughout all the districts in our state and to continue to provide our schools with the resources that they need to keep our children safe and to keep our students in school doctors say the goal is to keep kids in school and the best way to do that is to i'd positive tests at home. early to keep them out of the classroom the upside of the home testing is that if you're positive, it's a good test. fairly reliable. the downside is if you're negative, um, that could be a false negative. and it's also when you do not have symptoms. asymptomatic testing, um, may not be as reliable doctor yasuko fukuda says. it's a good idea to get your kids both covid and flu shot as they head back to school, the museum will have another vaccination clinic on january 23rd and two more opportunities after that. in san jose amanda quintana ktvu, fox two news. for the way his
headlines on this covid-19 surge log onto ktvu s website ktvu .com/ covid. alright so energy industry analyst want people to carve out more money in their budgets for gas in 2022 coming up how much they expect will be paying by spring. there we are tracking some warmer temperatures. if you can believe that, and some showers back in the forecast, i'll see you back here with that. and after you empty those online shopping boxes an opportunity to give back coming up. we'll tell you how you can donate worse before ,
additional supply arrives later this year. and even then. the national average may not get under the $3 mark the average household this year expected to spend nearly $2400 on gasoline industry analysts say prices haven't been that high. since 2014. will you be able to leftover boxes from the holidays and don't know what to do with them? this next story is for you. yeah, that's right. reporter heather sullivan shows us how a box recycling program to help you get rid of the boxes and the other stuff you don't need in your house at the same time. people are pouring into recycling centers, cars crammed with cardboard as consumers have consumed online shopping through the pandemic and the holidays. that brings more boxes. the good news is the university of colorado boulder, says 70% of cardboard gets recycled. the bad news is that leaves 30% in landfills when cardboard breaks down. it produces methane. that's the greenhouse gas but
recycling one ton of cardboard uses 75% of the energy it takes to create new boxes. saving one barrel of oil. another way to recycle your empties is through . give back box fill a box with household items you no longer need like clothing, toys, dvds up to £70 go on the gift bag bags .com print shipping label and you can mail donations from the comfort of your home to a charity. who need donations at that moment, that's right. and no cost to you give back box will send the box to charities in need. we have over 150 different nonprofits in united states alone, which receiving donations from us or you can choose the charity and pay $15 for shipping insurgent categories and you can see we want to support but also we support those that every big ones who melt mouthy. you can donate clothes, shoes and everything which you will normally go and drive through the night. give back box, then partners with international
paper, so they take back all the boxes received by charity and they actually make new boxes out of this old boxes. so every single box into the cycle give back box shipped 120,000 boxes in 2020. they're so busy. they're looking for more charities. just go and help. it's really really nice feeling when you do so. that was heather sullivan reporting go to the web link section of our website to learn how to take advantage of the give back box recycling and donation program. for california has a new law on the books that calls for more humane treatment for farm animals. next why some say it could lead to a shortage of pork products like bacon and even drive up prices? hey, let's take a live look outside, clear and brisk night in oakland. some rain on the way the chief meteorologist bill martin, will have the clint and availability k
products, including bacon here in california reporter koco mcevoy shows us how will battle over it could go to the u. s. supreme court. a new initiative goes into effect in california focused on improving living conditions for millions of pigs , calves and egg laying hens across the country, all because of proposition, 12. passed by california voters in 2000 and 18 , ultimately requiring farmers to provide cage free conditions and more space for the animals. that means any company that doesn't comply. can't sell their products in california. so why is it happening now versus nearly four years ago when the proposal past, political consultant matt klink explains, it took a while to lead in one and most importantly, to give the hog producers and the people that grow chickens time to phase in california's requirements,
while egg producers are largely expected to comply with the law, pork producers are lagging behind. it begs the question for some of these producers while your competitors have been making changes. what have they been doing over the last three years, the producers need to retrofit existing barnes or build new ones to comply if they want to keep selling in california, and if there is a bacon shortage in california guess what they're losing out on arguably one of the largest markets in the united states. michael for mika, general counsel for the national pork producers council doesn't see it that way. it's going to be a struggle for california families. maybe if you're you know if you've got millions of dollars your silicon valley billionaire or multi millionaire you can afford $36 a pound bacon, but i suspect you know, the vast majority of people in california aren't you know, aren't really in that category for mika says impacts will be felt at grocery stores, restaurants and food trucks, all scouring to supply pork carnitas
trust. that are gonna be lined up outside your the super bowl stadium. where are they going to get the pork. every breakfast restaurants making people wanted to cook bacon it over the kids for mika says the cost to retrofit or build new barnes is estimated at 15 to 17 for farmers. it's going to drive family farmers out of business and lead to eventually faced several lawsuits, but so far none have been successful in overturning it, so january of 2022 will likely bring major changes to the pork and egg industries for years to come. it may mean some increased prices in the short term, but the rest of the world is heading this way. that was coco mcevoy reporting for us. a legal challenge, by the way, has been filed by the national pork producers association and american farm bureau federation , the u. s. supreme court will consider whether or not to take
on the case this week. to our weather. take a look at this king died cause some flooding in the north bay today, our own mark tamayo took this video in lark spur. the national weather service says the king tides will cause minor flooding in some low lying areas through tomorrow. king tides occur when tidal forces maximized as the moon, earth and sun come into alignment with the moon nearest to earth and the earth nearest to the sun. and the king tides have been around for a few days, and they slow to go away. they peak and then they you know that you work your way up to it, and then you peak and then you work your way away from it, but we're still going to see tight swings the next couple of days. 789 ft. which is a lot of water moving through the golden gate bridge. if you've seen that, or along the beaches, too. so here is the golden gate now we're not expecting fog. we're expecting some sprinkles to show up in the bay area as we head into tomorrow. that's the system. you kind of see it.
getting closer. you see some green up north that system. it's first of all you look at it, okay, it's coming from the north . so it's cool, not a lot of moisture and you would be correct. there is the cloud cover coming in. that will help keep things a little warmer tonight. when it has been. we've got temperatures in the upper twenties, right? and we're not going to see that because not as cold will still be chilly in the third upper thirties, mid thirties. those are current temperatures. look how much warmer they are than they were last night. so 10 degrees warmer in santa rosa, so that cloud cover makes a huge huge difference. daytime highs today, generally in the mid fifties, daytime highs tomorrow back their mid fifties, maybe some upper fifties. this is the forecast overnight lows. there might be a little bit of valley fought little patchy valley fog money be a little bit of frost. but then this system comes in here we are tonight and you see, it's throwing some rain down up and far northern california by eight a.m. tomorrow morning and you can kind of see it's all drawn out this front. so this is the future cast, right? and then you see hue. scattered showers throughout the day through six o'clock tomorrow. so san jose
you're like, well, we're not going to see anything. probably trace it best. this is going to be a very light event could have a little impact on the afternoon commute in the north bay and in the central bank, but again if we get it quarter of an inch. if we get a quarter inch, i'll be surprised. i'd say 10th of an inch to trace amounts of an inch is what we see mainly in the north bay. that's tomorrow, then we get into tuesday morning. nothing really few scattered showers possible tuesday afternoon the same thing, so it's just a really weak set of systems. it gets a little bit juicier as we head into friday, so you're going to see all sorts of forecasts as we go. it's gonna be a wet week. keep the umbrellas handy. yeah, i guess, but overall, it's going to be a nonevent week until we get to friday when we have a real good shot at some rain. maybe quarter inch half inch there tomorrow we'll see some scattered showers, for sure. but not enough to council plans is how it looks right now and the rest of the week two. i think the rest of the week until friday. it's going to be kind of this low grade. kind of weather that is have a few nuisance showers in there, but certainly won't be
a washout. there is the five day forecast i go. i can here, too.i do that, you can see a lit is tt friday i was talking about. and then here comes saturday. in sunday and saturday looks dry. few clouds sunday. partly cloudy and you notice those temperatures look at wednesday 62 degrees for daytime high, so we've been go through this week as the clouds come in, right and just a little bit milder pattern than we had when we had the freeze warnings and things like that, so enjoy it tomorrow. a few scattered sprinkles and showers, mainly in the north bay. clouds partly sunny, mostly cloudy kind of a day. and then after that all good till friday, will we get a shot at some real rate? see you back here at 11 bill. thank you watching that winter weather for us. meantime, egypt was hit with a rare snowstorm over the weekend, the red sea resort town of braga, braga rather is known to be a warm winter destination. but yesterday the area was covered. inhale. that's what it looks like. they're kinda looks like snow limit video posted on
social media showed that the streets were mostly empty is most of the city's residents and tourists stayed indoors of the #### came down. egypt's tourism industry has slowed down during the pandemic. tourism accounts for roughly 5% of the country's g d p. next in sports. the 49ers pushing for the playoffs, their fate in the hands of rookie quarterback trey lance joe fonzi will have where they stand with one week to go. general the 11 o'clock news. see how technology overhauls away. some people
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season history. jimmy garoppolo is thumb not healthy enough to allow him to start today's game against the texans. rookie trey lance getting his second career start last guy going slowly, still scoreless game in the second quarter went lance made a bad choice and had his past picked off by desmond king king gets a nice head of steam going on his return. takes it back 32 yards to the 49 or 35 that put houston in position for the first score of the game. former stanford quarterback davis mills finds an open brandon cooks for eight yards underscore the texans in front seven. nothing 49ers did manage the first half field goals. 49ers finally got it going in the second half, it's lance rolling out and finding elijah mitchell coming out of the backfield that 49ers had their first lead at 10 to 7. fourth quarter and the 49ers have a nice play call going here . lance rules right, then throws across the field that deebo samuel. we all know what samuel can do in the open field. that's a 45 yard scoring play to score game with san francisco in front 17 7. 49ers would add a pair of
field goals. the first one set up by this 37 yard run by mitchell mitchell had 119 yards rushing in all, breaking the team's single season rookie rushing record set by vic washington in 1971. 49ers win 23 to 7. they're nine and seven. right now. that's the number six seed in the nfc, but their ultimate playoff status will still depend on what they eagles and saints all due next week. where you go awhile before you see anything as strange as this the bucks antonio brown took off his pads jersey and shirt threw them into the crowd, then paraded off the field in the middle of the game. he is officially no longer a member of the tampa bay bucks. after all that tampa's tom brady brought the bucks back from a 24 20 deficit against the jets. brady to cyril grayson with 15 seconds left win. 28 24 tampa right now is the number three seed in the nfc. and would host the 49ers,
their raiders honoring their former coach, who died this week as john madden was remembered throughout the nfl raiders against the colts and in need of a win to keep their playoff hopes alive. carson wentz, rolling out throwing to the end zone where good things happen. his passionate, crowded tips, then grabbed by t y hilton that puts the colts in front 17 13. in the third quarter worth another look with the raiders, casey hayward and trayvon mooring colliding receiver ashton doolan came up empty and then hilton got the ball tied at 20 inside a minute to play. derek carr gets away from trouble finds hunter renfroe renfroe gets to his feet goes all the way to the end zone. they will take a look at this and determined that renfro was down by contact just barely anymore. getting a finger on renfro. that didn't hurt the raiders, though, because they're able to run off the clock and set up daniel carlson for a 33 yard field goal. on the last play of the game, carlson down the middle. the raiders have a 23 to 20 win. the raiders can earn a playoff spot with the win
next week over the chargers. the colts right now sitting number six in the a. f. c. sharks and pittsburgh this afternoon. they were down 5 to 1 after one period that did come back to at least make an interesting traffic in front of the pittsburgh net here in the third period prior to logan couture who gets santa's a within a goal , but there was still most of the period left to play in. the penguins ended the drama with two more scores. it's evan rodriguez, finishing off his first career hat trick with the goal to make it 75. the penguins went 8 to 5 santas, they falls to 17 15 and one which is 11th in the west. after some covid finally playing today at home against bobby hurley and arizona state. the bears jump into an early lead as jordan's shepherd finds andre kelly in the lane for an easy to dominating, spares up 18.5 and then continuing in the second half. it's kelly kicking to grant anti ceviche knocks down a three the bears role of us 74 to 50 win.
they are nine and five overall, two and one in the pac 12. and this is what greeted the stanford women down six players in pullman against washington state. didn't matter. watch haley jones go to work on the way to a 24.16 rebound game. the second right cardinal improved at nine and three with an 82 44 wins. stanford has never lost to washington state. in 70 meetings between the two schools. that is tough when you're washington state, and you know, stanford, you might as well schedule an l on your schedule whenever they're playing the cardinals. to all eyes on the niners and the saints comes down to a week 18 to see who will go and who will not alright. thanks, joe. you bet. next at 11. we get back to tonight's breaking news in san jose, where someone has been killed in a hit and run crash. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox news starts now. again. i'm greg lee. i'm andre senior
san who took off from the scene. it happened a little after eight tonight in the area of south white road and east hill strive the victim who died was a pedestrian. we're told, investigators are still on the scene. they have south white road closed in both directions. investigators want you to avoid the area vehicle caught on camera with flashing hazard lights in the area was not involved in the crash. if you know anything that can help investigators find the driver. contact san jose police and new at 11. police in milpitas are investigating a homicide after a man was found with his unresponsive ex girlfriend. in the back seat of his car. police were called to the north millipedes boulevard area about 12 45 this afternoon to do a welfare check on the woman because no one had heard from her police spotted the suspect's vehicle speeding out of the area and followed him into fremont where he crashed that vehicle. well, there they found the 35 year old woman in the car. first
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