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action to avoid price gouging on covid tests, plus show you watched at eight o'clock friday night with your family, see how bay area residents are honoring the life of actor and comedian bob saget. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox news starts now. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener. and i'm christina . brendan you tonight we begin with governor newsom, signing an executive order this weekend aimed at preventing price gouging on covid-19 at home test kits. the order banned sellers from increasing the price of a test kit by more than 10% violators. face a $1000 fine and up to six months in jail. state attorney general rob bonta says anyone who's been a victim of price gouging on a covid test kit should file a complaint with his office or call police. he said californians should not have to worry about being cheated while dealing with the effects of covid-19. with omicron surging, many people are finding it hard to find those at
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home test kits or get an appointment for a booster shot. ktvu is elissa harrington joins us now she's live in the newsroom tonight after speaking with consumers and the doctor about the rush of these items. you know about 40% of vaccinated californians have received their booster shot. but if you're looking to get an appointment now, you might have to wait because of this rush of people trying to get an appointment all at once. tests are very hard to get right now. you can't find them anywhere. in these days of covid. there's some of the hottest items out there rapid take home tests, which seemed to be sold out almost everywhere. it's frustrating to have a to live a normal life when it's so difficult to get tests a lot of people there around their families, and they've been traveling for the holidays and they can't they can't get tests . the shortage comes at a time when oh, macron is surging, and when many people want to be sure they aren't infected before heading back to work or school take home. covid tests are completely sold out at the cbs in orinda. i did get a chance to
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speak with the clerk and he told me they're not expecting any new ones for at least two weeks. 2 to 3 weeks to get it too bad because i mean, don't you only have it for like 23 weeks. you probably didn't go run out of time to get tested and see if you have it by the time you get one and the rush is not only for tests. it's taking weeks for some people to schedule getting a booster shot. unfortunately while we have the vaccines available all along with this big rush that we're seeing now what we set up to work on a steady state doesn't work when there's a surge of interest, dr john schwartzberg, an infectious disease specialist at uc berkeley, said this mimics other behaviors we have seen during the pandemic. he said. when there's a surge, people get anxious and all those who are procrastinating are now rushing to get a shot. there's actually enough certainly more than enough vaccine for everybody to get it. it's just the allocation in the resources to deliver it. and what's compounded that problem is the people who are
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administering the vaccines and the people who are delivering the vaccines. um a lot of those folks are out sick, so the supply chain has been hindered. doctor. schwartzberg said he expects cases to continue climbing for at least the next couple of weeks. and while the weight might be frustrating, getting vaccinated and getting boosted is the best way to protect yourself. and health departments are warning of unauthorized you should only receive rapid tests that are fda approved. reporting live in the newsroom. i'm elissa harrington ktvu fox two news, alyssa. thank you. thanks. breaking news now out of australia, where a judge has reinstated tennis star novak djokovic's visa, which was canceled last week because he's unvaccinated circuit court judge anthony kelly also ordered the government to release djokovic from quarantine within 30 minutes of his decision monday. the number one ranked player has been held in an immigration detention hotel in melbourne since last thursday after his
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visa was canceled at the airport . djokovic had been granted a medical exemption to enter the country to play in the australian open despite not being vaccinated against covid-19. the 34 year old had coronavirus last month, but on australian border official had ruled he did not meet the criteria for an exemption. new tonight a man is dead in brentwood and a family member has been detained in connection with his killing. it happened at about 4 20 this afternoon at an apartment complex on sycamore avenue. police were called to the building on a report of shots fired and when they arrived, they found the man who is from turlock. outside suffering from a gunshot wound. police say preliminary information shows the man was shot during a family disturbance . he was pronounced dead at the scene. the suspect was determined to be a family member and was detained on the scene without incident. police say the gun used during the shooting was recovered. no word yet on a motive, also new denied. the sonoma county sheriff's office is investigating a body that was found in a remote area near cloverdale. the body was found
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friday in a field of kaiser's road and highway 1 to 1, the sheriff's office says a resident alerted the chp officer about the body, the sheriff's violent crime in crime scene. detectives were then called to the scene. there's been no additional information about the case. fans of actor and comedian bob saget wasted no time tonight, working to find ways to honor his life. definitely sad news. he was like the dad of the nineties. so for everyone people started showing up tonight at the san francisco home portrayed to be the house where sag it's hit tv show full house was set after learning about his death boxes. actually working has more on his life and legacy. coming here coming. he's he'll bob saget, the actor and comedian who brought laughs and fatherly advice is tvs. danny tanner on full house has died at the age of 65. the orange county sheriff's office said in a statement. deputies were called to the ritz carlton orlando grand lakes for a call about an
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unresponsive man in a hotel room . the man was identified as robert sagon and pronounced deceased on scene. detectives found no signs of foul play or drug use. in this case, zagged start on full house from 1987 through 1995. and reprised his role in the reboot fuller house. early work also included hosting america's funniest home videos. in recent years, he focused primarily on his stand up. he also made an appearance on the mass singer in 2020 and hosted a podcast called bob saget is here for you. saga was on a comedy tour at the time of his death. his last post on his social media was about his love for his job. he thanked the audience, saying he had no idea he did a two hour set, adding he felt like he was back in comedy like he was when he was 26. celebrities sharing thoughts include longtime co star and friend john stamos, who wrote, i am broken. i am gutted. i am in complete and utter shock. i will never ever have another friend
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like him. i love you so much, bobby. actor joel mchale called saget one of the most kind and thoughtful people, and he just happened to be one of the funniest on the planet. tv writer norman lear says he was hilarious. we were close friends and i could not have loved him more raising dad co star kat dennings posted he was generous , protective, caring and wonderful, adding he talked about his kids constantly. bob saget is survived by his three daughters from his first marriage to sherry kramer and his second wife, kelly rizzo in hollywood. ashley barkin, fox news. a fire killed at least 19 people in a high rise apartment building today in the bronx area of new york of the 19 people killed nine our children. new york city mayor eric adams called the numbers horrific, he said. this will be one of the worst fires ever witnessed in modern times. the fire was caused by a malfunctioning space heater inside a duplex apartment on the 2nd and 3rd floors of
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that building. the smoke conditions were said to be unprecedented. was it like black black smoke? i can barely see from me to use but they won't. we opened the door to smoke. just let us we ran to the hallways of the exit, and i just had it and i got scared. authorities say victims were found on every floor of the building and suffered from severe smoke inhalation. the mayor says many of them were immigrants. they came from gambia. and we want to make sure that we're sensitive to the cultural needs of the me's office is going to coordinate to make sure that we respect the burial. rights of the muslim community as well as others. fire officials say the door to the apartment where the fire started was left open as the tenants left, allowing the smoke to spread quickly. they say closing the door would have contained the fire and the smoke. oakland public school leaders say they're ready to meet some of their students
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demands coming up. students threatened to stay home if covid safety changes at schools aren't made. also back and forth policy on distance learning coming up the districts. latest plan. and i'm tracking the weather. we've got some fog out there some cool daytime ♪ no one knows what we'll see in the future. but i can say one thing for sure. as a vsp premier program doctor, my passion is ensuring you see every moment. vividly.
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call 833-317-4673, demands that were outlined in a petition by high school students last week. the district says it's distributed k and 95 n95 masks to all staff. and have ordered k and n95 masks for all students. supplies for new covered outdoor eating space is that dozens of schools have also been ordered, but the district says their delivery has been delayed due to supply chain issues. as for the tests, the district says testing is available at 10 hubs across the district. there's also weekly pull testing at elementary schools and bi weekly drop in testing at secondary schools. the students gave the district until january, 17th to meet their demands more than 150 high school students signed the petition and with the high case counts and staffing shortages, some bay area schools are now going back to distance learning , but one various school district is reversing course in its plan to go virtual ktvu magus has more on what the milpitas school district is now telling parents parents say it's
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one email after another coming from the milpitas unified school district this weekend. right now , i'm waiting for the email because it's not clear yet. parents were told to keep their kids learning from home starting monday until january, 18th but on saturday, a note from the superintendent's office said, in part after consulting with the santa clara county office of education, we learned that we are not able to offer a district wide quarantine as shared in our friday communication, but teachers and staff are testing positive and landing in quarantine. on friday, the school districts reported that they're short staffed. leaving parents with questions heading into monday. it's frustrating not knowing you know what monday today is sunday, so it's kind of hard to plan things for tomorrow. last minute if parents want to opt for distance, learning, they'll have to sign an independent study contract with their school, according to the superintendent's office, so i don't know what to do. honestly. last week, teachers in san francisco and oakland schools held sick outs, claiming
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their districts were not adequately protecting them from the omicron variant. though both school districts maintain learning can and should continue in the classroom. over the weekend. private schools also pivoted. one milpitas mother told me that her two sons in private school now have the option to temporarily learn remotely given the omicron surge reporting in the newsroom. emma goss, ktvu fox two news. the hayward unified school district says it is returning to distance learning for all students starting tuesday and continuing at least through friday. teachers will be at schools tomorrow, making preparations for remote learning. the school board is set to meet on friday to decide if online classes should continue or students can come back to the classrooms. and starting tomorrow, the west contra costa unified school district will require all teachers and staff members to wear medical grade masks while on campus. the district says it has ordered the k n95 masks for everyone of its 3000 workers. and the supply is in that for
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the rest of the school year. medical experts say these medical grade face coverings provide far more protection than a cloth mask and we have a special section on our website focusing on the pandemic just log onto ktvu .com/ covid. alright we're tracking the weather. we've got a lot of fog right now. we've got it in santa rosa livermore conquered modesto a little bit out towards vacaville and winters. that fog is going to be back tomorrow morning. it was around today and that's how we got temperatures so cool, like like look at antioch today. just made it to 54 degrees. just 52 fair focus was foggy out there most of the day. now as we get into tomorrow, we're going to see this continued flow, which brings the cooler value out to the coast alleges so san francisco on this type of weather pattern you could we could see mid sixties but we're not because that fog is being sort of leached into the bay area. with those offshore winds . there's san jose temperatures outside right now. generally in
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the forties, the jet stream is right here. these are really interesting. storm surge this curly cues are all storms and look where they're all going. so that's an atmospheric river. that's 123. maybe a little fourth something back in here. but that's all heading towards british columbia there. gavin stopped three days straight of big time rain, so we'll be hearing about those guys. and for us, we're on the southern end where all the clouds are just falling apart. there's no dynamics. i know there's green out there that will be missed. at best. i wouldn't expect any showers. that whole thing is sharing apart. and then here are the overnight little forecasts just like last night. pretty much. but again the fog something tomorrow morning, you'll see plenty of fog, especially in the inland bay valleys. and then tomorrow afternoon just like that, so then let's look at, uh when's or tuesday morning partly cloudy tuesday afternoon now we're going to wednesday so this week is going to be quite similar to last week were dry. we always need rain, but we've had a bunch so that's good, but we are going to stay dry for a while. we're
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not going to see rain. i don't think anything significant for a couple of weeks, potentially 10 days. there's some stuff showing up on the models, but we'll see. but right now it looks like going to drive for a while. so it's a good thing where 140 or 100 50 or 180, or even 100% of average in some places, rainfall in the mountains as you remember last week were about 50% in snow from just on the average along the west slope. so there's the five day forecast those 60 two's upper fifties low sixties are mainly going to be places like santa rosa redwood city mountain view, you know, areas right kind of a wafer away from the exposure to that valley fog. so when i come back tomorrow night , we'll have another story to tell. and hopefully it'll be have some rain involved in it. okay looking forward to bill thank you. a dangerous in bizarre sight today on interstate 80 in berkeley more than 100 people on bicycles road onto the freeway blocking vehicle traffic. this happened just after two p.m. in the westbound lanes near university avenue highway patrol officer
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happened to be nearby and ran a traffic brake to slow cars down . chp managed to escort the bicyclist south, the freeway at the powell street exit. the new parkway theater in oakland kicked off its weekend take out service today, while the iconic theater is currently closed for movie screenings, the parkway is offering take out food between noon and six p.m. every saturday and sunday. the food changes weekly, but they are offering vegan vegetarian and omni war options all the time. the theater is also continuing its popular food crate delivery program every tuesday. and friday. all right now to the mountains where power outages in the sierra are now in their 14th day. pgd map here shows more than 3000 customers are still in the dark in sierra nevada plus or an eldorado county's reporter, lisa mitri has more on how residents are dealing without power. ask anyone here and they'll tell you exactly how long it's been day 14. i was
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expecting maybe a few days, but two weeks today it's two weeks, two weeks without power, and for some, like mary, beth shuttleworth and cocoa. without water. we really appreciate now running water, warm water bathrooms, but she's not complaining. i think will be good. we're fine, many here in the chicago park area in nevada county, new pg and e had their work cut out for them. judging by the damage the snowstorm left behind. yeah, it's been pretty crazy, but power pole up there was just swinging around for about a week. now they're encouraged to see what one resident referred to as an army of crews hard at work to fix it . they are out in full force drove through town yesterday, and that's all i could see was pg and e. cruz contractors. it's incredible the amount of people they have out here. it's already meant good news for some, like ron fernandez, whose power came back on last night at nine o'clock, we asked how long he's lived here, 77. next question.
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what did he miss most about not having power watching dvds. fernandez called the last two weeks challenging, but he doesn't have time to sit around and think about that. now there's a lot to do a lot to clean up. good luck, folks. thank you. the storm knocked down trees and left branches littered all around his home, so he wasted no time waiting for my landscaper. get over here. getting back to work. and that was lisa mitri reporting, pjd expects to restore power to most people by tuesday. sports wrap is coming up at 11 30. here's jason appelbaum with a look at what they're working on. if you are a sports fan, today is a day you will not soon forget clay thompson returned to the court and it could not have gone any better, and the 49ers clinch a playoff spot with a gutsy come from behind win over the rams. we've got reaction to both. and a whole lot more join joe and me
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resuming its self defense training classes for flight attendants, and she has an inside. look at what they're learning. where's my flight attendant with my drink? very realistic threat of a terrorist taking over a plane mid flight as much part of this takes a flight attendant training as a passenger, refusing to wear a mask, putting that mask on you're gonna stand up are you gonna do about sir? step back do but it step back work to somebody help somebody help reflecting a right here and right back. the climate that we're in now. learning how to evacuate a plane and learning how to fight if a passenger are almost equal. now you've seen the explosion of air rage videos posted on social media. according to the association of flight attendants, a fa in 2021 85% of nearly 5000. u. s. flight attendants reported having to deal with an unruly passenger
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with 17% saying they were physically assaulted. i've been in the airline industry for over 15 years. and i've never seen it like this. i know a lot of it has to do with wearing the mask. definitely the masked definitely a trigger. everyone has different opinions on it. we spoke to flight attendants taking part in a self defense training in los angeles. the program was created after 9 11 focusing on flight takeover scenarios. the training stopped during the pandemic but has restarted now also including combative passengers. i'm not putting that on again. hey i got this annoying flat attended right here. just annoying of flat and now she touched me. watch you touched me take that mask off, and it's our job to enforce these days and we are. unfortunately the masked police on the plane. her theory on the incidents we've seen on social media. and they want to film themselves. you know, questioning authority and making
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a scene and you know, but unfortunately drugs the whole plane with them. a lot of it involves alcohol as well. but that's the only new thing would be the mask. you can't help help but be alarmed about the number of disruptive oftentimes violent passengers. this is truly a situation where this type of training everybody wins. that's evidence as we follow this group of attendance, even trying outside of the training ourselves. it's as much about the mindset as it's about being ready, mentally and physically. there you go. yeah. i just thought it was gonna be like a little. oh like, hey, huh? no, don't do this. i didn't even know that some of these like moves. the item was capable of doing. no one expected our camera to end up being part of the scenario when confused for a threat to fight both camera
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person and attendant quickly recovering continue and it gets serious. remember that guy refusing to wear the mask? got back. flight attendants were not just going there to serve you a drink or to give you a snack were safety professionals of our main goal is to make sure that we get from point a to point b safely that mask on putting on masks. you can definitely feel more prepared out there and ready for whatever. strength real nice. yes. again that was christina gonzalez reporting a new world put in place late last year can strip some privileges from passengers if they behave badly, the faa says passengers find for bad behavior can be banned from tsc pre check screening and more some of the bad behaviors include assaulting , threatening, intimidating or interfering with the flight crew. and that is our report for tonight. thanks so much for joining us sports wrap with joe
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and jason is coming up next. we learn about covid-19, the more questions we have. the biggest question now, what's next? what will covid bring in six months, a year? if you're feeling anxious about the future, you're not alone. calhope offers free covid-19 emotional support. call 833-317-4673, or live chat at calhope.org today.
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healthy. clay thompson makes his triumphant return 941 days in the making. i got goose bumps from his game to the fans. two reaction after the game we've got you covered. i'm just so happy right now. the outbound man 49ers are moving on after a thrilling come from behind do or die win over the rams. i wasn't stressful at all. speaking of stressful and the playoffs, the raiders and chargers battle in an instant classic with the post season on the line. sports wrap we promise not

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