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we are seeing that we're having our seasonable wild viruses starting during this time. firefighters think a wildfire burning in southern california tonight shows we need to be fire ready all year long. the 11 o'clock news on ktvu. fox news starts now. hello again, everyone. i'm julie julie haener mike mibach firefighters say they are making progress putting out the hollister fire burning in southern california. the fire in santa barbara county is now 40% contained earlier today. firefighters had that fire only 20% contained. ktvu is elissa harrington joins us now, after speaking with cal fire about this latest firefight and why people all around the state. should be prepared. alyssa that's right. you know, we finally got some rain around here in the bay area, but that's no reason to let your guard down. fire officials say we have a fire year instead of a fire season. and the activity they're already seeing in march is concerning this video shows flames coming from a canyon in
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santa barbara county, where the hollister fire started saturday . the fire forced evacuations and by sunday evening had burned 100 acres. access has made it very difficult to, uh, get full containment on that fire, but our crews are engaged. captain chris bruno, with cal fire said crews are working diligently to get the fire fully contained. this type of fire activity is unusual for march, which is supposed to be one of the wettest times of the year. but bruno said wildfires in march and in winter months are becoming more common because of years of drought in california earlier this month, the flanagan fire burned south of shasta lake because of our many years of having drought stricken trees. ah our field beds are extremely receptive during this time. what we're seeing is our fuels have been preheated with those early warm weather that we're experiencing cal fire has started phasing out the term fire season. officials say the state is at risk year round. cal
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fire recommends several ways to prepare for wildfire create defensible space hard in your home by using fire resistant building materials, keep forests healthy and have an evacuation plan. california officials say they will give another update on the hollister fire tomorrow morning reporting live in the newsroom. i'm elissa harrington ktvu fox two news. alright, alyssa. thank you. thank you. well people who made it out of the russian attack that killed an american journalist are opening up tonight about that incident. journalist brent renaud was working on a time studios project when his crew encountered russian troops at a checkpoint. we're no was shot to kill and killed another us journalist working with him survived. request the checkpoint and they start shooting at us, so the driver turned around and they kept shooting. it's two of us, my friend's friend renault. and he's been shot and left behind. that encounter comes as russia escalates attacks across
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the country and closer to poland missile strikes on a military base where dozens of people died or close enough to poland to capture images of that attack from the border and russia hopes it will get help from china to keep pressure on ukraine. a u. s official says. russia has asked china for military and economic assistance the news comes as white house national security advisor jake sullivan prepares to meet with a chinese foreign policy adviser tomorrow. so far . chinese leaders every fused to criticize russia for the invasion. all of this is unfolding as russia and ukraine get ready for 1/4 round of talks. ukraine is already insisting it will not concede in principle on any positions tomorrow, and president vladimir zelensky says he wants his own meeting with russian president vladimir putin. we begin tonight's team coverage of the conflict with fox news trade. yanks who is in the ukrainian capital, where troops are working to hold back russian convoys. it's not just northwest of the city of kiev, also to the northeast, where ukrainian
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troops have pushed back russian forces for a number of days. we were there, speaking with soldiers earlier today, there may be an offensive today they have strengthened their forces each time their column is ready. we hit them to the east of kiev. ukrainian soldiers wait for enemy troops to arrive, a sign above them reads russia. welcome to #### this is the eastern front of this conflict outside of the capital of kiev. just a few days ago, russian forces attempted to bring a tank convoy down this road and toward the capital city. they were hit hard by ukrainian forces who were able to create a new front line. there was a big column of enemy tanks, one soldier says approximately 100 military vehicles. they were shooting at residential buildings. i asked their soldiers if they were afraid, they said. they were not. they had very few words for us, but once said slava, ukraine glory to ukraine. and keep trade angst. fox news new at 11 tonight. the livermore city council is expected to examine its relationship with its russian sister city at tomorrow's meeting, the consul
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general of ukraine in san francisco asked livermore's mayor to contact the city of pierzynski in russia and ask it to take actions to oppose the invasion of ukraine. the lawrence livermore laboratory sponsors the sister city relationship. the lab has been asked if it has any concerns over the city, possibly severing the relationship. the laps. response is expected to be made public at tomorrow's meeting. several bay area residents are jumping on flights and heading to eastern europe to help ukrainian refugees and family members reached safety. ktvu demagogues picked up our team coverage of this conflict after speaking with two men who recently returned from the region, an apple employee recently returned home to the bay area after helping his wife and son evacuate from odessa in a san francisco biotech company co founder who handed out cash to refugees for a week returned home to the bay area last night. you know all of the fields. writers often in the middle of the night, three days into the russian invasion of ukraine. val home, kenko drove his wife and
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five year old son martin on this bumpy, dangerous road, part of their long journey as they fled from odessa, where martin gets specialized care for autism. now safe at home in san jose home, kenko, an apple employee and coach for the junior sharks has one regret. i left would you have thought of fighting of staying still thinking about it as the decision to return weighs heavily, he's donating to a number of humanitarian aid groups. i don't know if that's enough. one group stationed at the border of ukraine and romania is cash for refugees. sunday was alex furman's first day back after volunteering there for a week, he left san francisco to join four others distributing roughly $100 worth of romanian currency to families fleeing ukraine. in some cases, the money that we provided allow them to travel quickly and safely to very next destination . now the pool of volunteers is
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growing and donations have exceeded half a million dollars . cash for refugees is working too soon send teams to other border crossings along ukraine to put more money in people's pockets. he adds that meals and toys go a long way to and suggests donating to more than one age group as the refugee crisis gets more dire every day . if there's ever a time to step up, it's now furman plans to return as a volunteer for cash for refugees soon reporting in cupertino, m. agus ktvu, fox two news a man from san francisco who founded a silicon valley startup is in ukraine, fighting what he calls the biggest fight for freedom in his lifetime. dry crow is that uc berkeley graduate and co founder of whisper palo alto startup that uses artificial intelligence to develop hearing aids. in an interview with cnn on friday, kroes said the situation in ukraine is scary and a little bit out of his comfort zone, but not enough to deter him from helping the ukrainian people get
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out safely. crow says he booked a flight from california immediately after the russian invasion began. everyone i saw it. i honestly i booked a flight from california and came here as fast as i could. it's if this isn't the fight of democracy and freedom against autocracy of our generation, i don't know what is the u. n refugee agency reports more than 2.5 million people have fled ukraine since the russia and russia invaded the country more than two weeks ago . and our app and website can keep you up to date on all the latest developments in ukraine. we have an entire section of the website dedicated to the invasion. a triple shooting in fairfield kills one person injured two others and investigators now have a suspect in connection to the case. also in connection to the case. also ahead, see how a group o in connection to the case. also ahead, seat jp morgan, o the only definition of wealth that matters is yours. it can be a smaller house, but a bigger nest egg.
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what? there's the new honey mustard chicken, the subway club, and the new baja turkey avocado with- new baja chipotle sauce? yep they're constantly refreshing with better ingredients, better footlongs, and better spokespeople. it's the eat fresh refresh at subway and they're gonna keep refreshing and re- track down the man suspected of a triple shooting in fairfield. they say a surveillance camera captured images of their suspect he is identified as 25 year old fairfield resident trying martinez. here's his picture. police say they believe he killed one person and injured two others this morning. ktvu is greg liggins has the story. daylight revealed some of the details of a fairfield shooting that began before sunrise, police say just after five a.m. they responded to a call of gunfire at the 7 11 on east tabor avenue. upon arrival,
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officers found three victims of gunshot wounds, one of them pronounced dead on the scene, the body lying near the store's entrance behind the yellow tarp, you know it's just sad evidence shows what happened at the store spilled out onto the street markers, identify spots of clothing and other items, perhaps belonging to two more victims who are wounded and transported to hospitals. placard 14 reveals what appears to be at least one of the show casings found on the scene. investigators spent much of the morning interviewing people who may have seen something. they also gathered bags of evidence, hoping to find clues that would answer whether this was a robbery gone wrong. an incident that sparked into violence or something else entirely. for now , investigators aren't offering any information as to what may have triggered the violence that erupted here. a woman who says she lives nearby but declined to give her name told us it's an area prone to problems that need to be addressed, you know, but this is a bad area anyway, is
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people are on drugs? you know, and i need to clean this area up . bottom line. the deceased victim in this case is a 44 year old man from fairfield. the identities of the other two victims have not been released. but we are told they are 36 28 year old men from suisun city. both hospitalized with life threatening injuries. so far, police have not released a motive for the shooting. greg liggins ktvu fox two news. one man was killed in a woman critically injured in a stabbing early this morning in san jose. this happened shortly after midnight on gold street. police say the man was pronounced dead at the scene and the woman was taken to a hospital to be treated for her injuries, the motive and circumstances surrounding the stabbings remain under investigation. hillsboro police are asking for the public's help and identifying two residential burglars video surveillance footage from a home in the area of eugenia way and butternut drive shows two suspects. leaving that residents with multiple bags of property early yesterday. police say the
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suspects also stole the residents suv, but it was later recovered. investigators say the suspects in this video are possibly responsible for other burglaries in hillsboro and throughout the region. anyone with information is asked to call hillsboro, hillsboro police detectives, a 19 year old man is in the hospital tonight following a shooting in stockton last night. officers say they responded to a disturbance call around 10 30 once on scene. they heard multiple gunshots and returned fire. no officers were hurt, but police say a 19 year old man was taken to the hospital in critical condition. neighbors walking by saw the police tape still up today. i just got back from the bay area . i've been gone all weekend with work and ah as i returned home. this is what i come to police say both officers fired their guns after believing they were being shot at authorities are still trying to figure out if the officers shot the teenager or someone else. we're also looking into whether the
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team could face charges in connection with the shooting. sheriff's deputies in 12 mini county were involved in a shooting last night in sonora. it happened around 7 20 last night, the sheriff's office says . on its facebook page. the deputies responded to edgemont acres road. for a report of a vehicle that had crashed into a building. they say the driver of the vehicle and fled the scene. leading deputies on a chase that's reportedly when shots were fired. we've reached out to the sheriff's office but have not heard back. it remains unclear tonight if a person was hit by the gunfire, injured or killed. it's also unknown whether any deputies were hurt in the shooting. former president barack obama has tested positive for covid 19. mr obama announced the news on twitter, saying he's at a scratchy throat for a couple of days, but otherwise feels fine. both the former president and former first lady michelle obama, are vaccinated and boosted michelle obama has tested negative for covid, the former president, also sharing a reminder for others to get the shots even as cases continue to go down and south bay
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congresswoman zoloft er and also said today that she has tested positive for covid, she says she tested as standard protocol after travel. lofgren says she's vaccinated and boosted and experiencing mild symptoms. big changes coming this week for masking rules inside california classrooms, students will no longer be required to wear face coverings at california schools when they returned to class tomorrow. however state public health experts are still recommending that students mask up when they're on campus. local school districts will have the final say on the rules on wearing masks at california schools 4.1 magnitude earthquake strikes this afternoon north of pinnacles national park in san benito county. according to the usgs. that quake struck at 1 53 , the epicenter 22 miles southeast of hollister, and about seven miles from the north entrance of pinnacles. people reported feeling that quake across a wide area, but no reports of any damage or injuries. alrighty we're going to go right to the long range
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model like we usually do. just go looking for rain, and we've got a couple opportunities this week we've got we already had a little bit this morning. and last night, we're going to see a little bit more, maybe some substantial rainfall in the north bay as we go into tomorrow night into tuesday, so here it is here on the model. so it just this models high resolution, so it just gives you the idea. but look where the jet stream is, gives you a feel for the general pattern. so, 10 o'clock tomorrow night, so right around there about two a.m. tuesday that thing starts to pass overhead. hangs out in the mountains. they're going to probably have a winter storm warning up there. then we get a break. so it's tuesday. now we're into wednesday. now we're into thursday. now we're due friday. now are friday and now we're just saturday and right there. that looks pretty good. see that and again. it looks good you got that doesn't look that good. yeah, it looks pretty good this on this long range model because it shows me a jet stream pretty far south. and it shows me moisture available. that's what we need right now. so let's keep our fingers crossed and hope this all pans out tuesday looks pretty okay. i mean, it's not
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what we need, but it's something these are the forecaster. these are the current temperatures forecast overnight lows aren't going to be much cooler. it's going to be down in the thirties . tonight in the coldest spots, upper thirties and low forties, so temperatures are running a little cooler than last night. 49 in an jac just 42 in santa rosa greenville. you'll be about 38 degrees. maybe some process some of those inland valleys. here's the system stuff. big big spinner up there, so that's going to stay for a few days, and that's going to linger into saturday. that's going to bring us our best shot at real rain. but that's a moisture plume and yes, that's an atmospheric river not directed in our direction, but something that could deliver some range starting late tomorrow night. here's the model. this is more granular, too short range model, so it's a little bit of crisp and in terms of detail here is tomorrow night about midnight. and then the showers start for us around me for 567 a m. look at the mountains like tahoe and then the afternoon so going on to lake tahoe, and then we kind of
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start to clear out, so it's kind of an overnight tomorrow night into tuesday morning, until about lunchtime, maybe a little beyond that, hopefully, itself forecast highs tomorrow. yellows of the seventies. we get clouds increasing as you would expect. tomorrow so kind of a you know, it's not a wet day tomorrow, but tuesday will be kind of shower, especially in those morning hours. these are the forecast highs still mild. it's kind of a lower latitude storm. you may notice all that moisture that atmospheric river pointed out. that's a kind of a subtropical tap, so that's why it's going to be so mild and stays mild all week. but if you look in here, you got that chance on tuesday, which looks pretty good to me. and then on friday night into saturday, we got a heck of an opportunity that saturday deal looks like it could be the real deal. so fingers crossed on that. i'll see you back here tomorrow night. yeah, we definitely could use some rain. all right, bill. thank you. russia's invasion of ukraine has caused gas prices despite even more across the country, the average us price of regular gasoline has jumped 79 cents in the past two weeks and is now at a record setting average of $4.
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and 43 cents a gallon, according to the lundberg survey. the price at the pump is a dollar 54 higher compared to a year ago. nationwide the highest average price for regular grade gas right here in the bay area at $5.79 a gallon and higher fuel prices aren't just affecting people who want to fill up their tanks. it also means paying more to fly. fox news richard jehovah's has more now from laguardia airport in new york. if you scored a deal on airfare of these past few weeks will consider yourself lucky. they increase every 10 minutes for the rios family. well, their daughter got a cheap ticket to orlando a few months back. but for mom and dad, they missed out . i got my ticket for like cheaper and i got the same same flight for double. wow and then my husband's flight with three times both domestic and international flight prices have been soaring in recent weeks as fuel prices skyrocket across the country. the only way we're
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going to go from here is up when it comes to prices. managing editor for the points guy, clint henderson says, although airlines may not actually admit to up charging for fuel through a surcharge you can bet still make up for the higher price gasoline somehow the last time this happened, though, the airlines got really creative. they started adding baggage fees , so there's ways that they can do this without saying it's directly correlated at laguardia airport saturday night. those who have to get to their destination know that ultimately , they're going to have to just pay up. i have family in florida salt will have to go and see them the points guy has some tips to save you a few bucks on airfare first. if you have a trip planned at the end of the year, it's better to buy your plane ticket now rather than wait, and if you want to travel try to avoid going at peak times. like spring break, and if you're one of those people who prefers to drive rather than fly nowadays, it's best just to hop on board. laguardia airport. richard shirokov is fox news.
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alright sports wrap coming up at 11 30. here's jason appelbaum with a sneak peek. march madness is about to kick off with three bear it teams in the dance. we've got reaction from all three plus james wiseman and draymond green news, and it's all good warriors fans, and we'll tell you how much the tampa bay bucks odds to win the super bowl improved. after tom brady unretired joined market banias and me for a full half hour of sports wrap coming up at 11 30. but first year after the break, see how women helped san francisco bucket trend in fire francisco bucket trend in fire departments across the country. oh, wow, barbara corcoran! good morning. sorry, we don't need any business help now. we're gigillionaires. what? we're gigillionaires now. i don't get it we have at&t business fiber with hyper-gig speeds. but i just... so thanks, but, we're doing great. i'm so happy for you! but i'm just here for my order. oh. entre-pin-eurs? yeah, my bowling team. i like it there's money in puns.
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and better spokespeople. it's the eat fresh refresh at subway and they're gonna keep refreshing and re-
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it's the eat fresh refresh at subway are women. and as we mark women's history month, the san francisco fire department is doing something. not many departments are doing interviews. christian captain as the story. san francisco's fire department stands ready to protect the city, just as it has for more than 170 years. but like the city, the department has evolved current chief jenny nicholson, the department's second woman chief, says she stands on the shoulders of giants. there were almost 50 45, or 50 women that came into the san francisco fire department before i did. so they were the real trailblazers and they came in when there were no separate changing areas in any of the stations, no separate bathrooms . none of that, nicholson says. san francisco's fire department
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has among the highest number of women, firefighters. data from the national fire protection association from 2018 shows that only about 4% of career firefighters are women. san francisco boasts more than three times that number. we've had women in the department for well over 30 years now, um and we have approximately 15% of our department is women women who have had to meet the same rigorous standards of their male counterparts. yes we all have to meet the same standards to enter the fire department and we have to meet the same standards when we come through the fire academy. the department says. not only are women in the firehouses there also climbing the ranks. casey cardinal is the new acting captain on fireboat. three very exciting. yes it's a beautiful station. it's a fabulous apparatus, and it's a wonderful group of people here. credit ali has served the city of san francisco 31 years and says in that time she's seen the
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department change. she was just one of two women in her class. now she says, she sees a lot more women in the station houses. when i came in a lot of times, i was the only one woman working at a station. so it's nice to have other women around just to kind of ask questions to you and be able to share my knowledge of what i've learned over the years with people who you know when you're struggling, and just because you're new chelsea nelson is two years into the job of firefighter emt based out of station 21. her job includes everything from driving the engine and rushing into burning buildings right down to dealing with routine injuries like this cyclist who walked to the station after being hit by a car and you've got to be very defensive here. nelson says there were a handful of women in her class who bonded and continue to support one another . she says she's benefited from the experience of women before her. and understands the duty to mentor those who follow. that's something that i take a lot of pride in is, you know, not just receiving the mentor ship but also paying it forward and being
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a mentor for you know the folks coming behind me to chief nicholson says the diversity in san francisco's fire department is core to its strength. as for the future, she says, there are plenty of strong women in the department. who will continue to rise through the ranks in san francisco christian captain ktvu fox two news. okay, thank you for joining us tonight. sports wrap with mark and jason is up next. good night, everybody.
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