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the family of that murdered man is saying that the county coroner's office is giving the wrong last name as part of its identification of the victim and that they do not believe that he was the intended target of this crime. san jose police have arrested 43 year old eric surat and a second man 34 year old michael harris. era in connection with the city's 18th homicide of the year. these individuals were acting in a manner that attracted attention to them by the officers, the paris charged in the murder of 20 year old malik jackson. he was just really hard working kid. i mean, he loved football. i mean, yeah, he wasn't perfect. he had his troubles. yes but he didn't deserve this. jerome day, says jackson was his nephew, he says thursday. the 20 year old was at the hall of justice, supporting a friend in a court. case he says he left that building on west heading and walked to his car on north san pedro. day says that's when shots were fired. investigators
say jackson was running with serrat on north san pedro street after having been hit by gunfire. i just heard gunshots and nice seen someone run that way, and my kids were crying because they were scared, and next thing you know, we looked that way, and they're covering someone on the grounds. jackson died from his wounds within a block of the veta, mass shooting may 26th. detectives say the crimes are not related. whenever you have that re traumatization and people in the same area, um are are living through it yet a second time, these amazing officers who are keeping their head on a swivel had they not reacted so swiftly at that time, it's very likely that there could have been additional victims. investigators are working to determine the relationship between 08 and herrera and their connection to the homicide victim. day says the shooting may have been retaliation against an unknown in person, and jackson was hit instead. i guess the shooter i guess he had lost his son or something like that. and that was a retaliation, but at the
same time, just that wasn't my nephew. that wasn't malik. detectives are working to confirm all details and say the crime happened in the middle of the county government center here in san jose, and as such, there could be other witnesses who come forward with information live in san jose, jesse gary ktvu fox two news, we'll head back to you second shooting to happen in that very same area, jesse. thank you. well now we go to san francisco, where police are looking for two men who attacked this ups driver. a viewer sent us this video of the frightening situation that happened near golf and hate streets yesterday afternoon. now it shows that s you be hitting the ups driver first, right there in the middle of the street, knocking him to the ground. the suspect, then punches him several times and tries to seal the package. but as you see in that video, the ups driver manages to get the box back and the attacker takes off, but not before he falls out of the getaway car. the second suspect stops the vehicle and lets the attacker
in. we are told that the ups driver is expected to be okay. well, now we go to the east bay tonight. we're an amazon delivery driver is accused of violently attacking a customer. it started with an argument and then escalated to that driver punching the 67 year old woman several times. get who's henry lee joins us now live with video of this attack, henry! hey heather. this all began when the victim was wondering where her package was so she asked this delivery woman a couple times and that worker got upset and soon threw punches. this is surveillance video showing two women arguing outside an apartment complex in castro valley. the one on the left is an amazon delivery worker. the one on the right a 67 year old tenant soon this happens that ah. verbal altercation became physical. the amazon worker lets loose attacking the victim when her back was turned, uh, punched her multiple times in the face, ultimately breaking her nose. it happened at this apartment
complex on center street at about five thursday afternoon. the victim called 911 to report the attack. the amazon worker 21 year old at sell, ramirez claimed self defense, but alameda county sheriff's deputies arrested her on suspicion of battery, causing serious bodily injury and elder abuse. both are felonies. the victim declined to be taken. to the hospital. obviously we can't have our, uh, delivery drivers or people out there in the community, uh, attacking people punching people in the face. doug smith, the complex owner told ktvu, he was told the victim had gotten an alert that a package of hers have been delivered. she went outside, saw the amazon worker and asked where it was. ramirez told her. she get it soon. the victim waited in the lobby for about 15 minutes, came back out and again. asked where her package was. that's when the amazon worker got upset. i believe. the amazon driver said. you're something about your white privilege, and my tenant said you don't need to be a about it turned around and walked away. in this video. you can see the victim pressed up against the glass as she's
being attacked. totally unprovoked. my tenant was entering the building with her back to the amazon driver when she was attacked, punched multiple times. at least nine times, authorities say and then 1/10 final punch. i started to get up and was punched directly in the nose with another cut, just absolutely devastating. amazon sent me a statement today saying that this incident does not reflect the high standards. the company has towards delivery drivers and said that this individual is no longer delivering amazon packages reporting live. henry lee ktvu fox studios boy, that video really is something henry and to think that that driver was claiming self defense didn't really look like self defense in that video. yes she'll have to offer that up in court. all right, henry lee reporting live for us tonight, henry. thank you. all right. so none of the latest on the coronavirus. state health officials say 52% of california at age 12 and over are now fully vaccinated against
covid-19, another 12% or partially vaccinated. that's close to 22 million. in all, the state has plenty of vaccines left with the 53 day supply of 6.7 million doses. or fixed 15 vaccinated californians 1 $50,000. today it was the state's first vaccine lottery drawing. it's designed to give vaccine hesitant people in incentive to get their shots. ktvu ezeli rasmus has more on today's drawing and that person resides in unbelievable santa. look at that. against the backdrop of the california lottery set, governor gavin newsom drew the numbers in the states. first vaccine lottery. the numbers represent someone in california who has received at least their first dose of the covid vaccine and has now one of $50,000 cash prize in alameda. you know where alameda is, the people behind the numbers won't know they've won. right away because of privacy concerns. the winners are identified by an anonymous number and the county they live in the bay area was well represented with two
winners from san francisco, three in santa clara county and one in alameda. there were no winners this time around in sacramento or the central valley. some of these counties do have a larger percentage of the population that are getting vaccinated, and it's another reminder of the importance. of the work we have to do to address those gaps and address some of those disparities. it's not just along racial ethnic clients, obviously its geographic as well. the goal is to give people financial incentives to get their covid shots. next friday, there will be another drawing with 50,000 in cash prizes. then on june 15th when the state fully reopens, there will be a third drawing in the winners of that will get $1.5 million each. california is one of 11 states offering some type of incentive program. we had an all hands call with governors all across the country. tree and governors were comparing contrasting some of their incentive programs. you see some states that are actually incentivizing vaccinations with guns. some states are incentivizing vaccines with shots of beer. ali rasmus ktvu, fox two news.
more than 168 million americans have now received at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine. president biden wants at least 70% of adults partially vaccinated by the fourth of july. he says. the vaccines are having a big impact on the economy, helping to get more than half a million people back to work last month. now is the time to accelerate the process. we've been making it now is the time to build on the foundation. we have laid. as the us gets closer to herd immunity, health officials say, vaccinating the rest of the world is a top priority, the white house announced a plan to donate some 80 million doses of unused covid vaccines. the first shipment went out today it was a million doses of the johnson and johnson vaccine to south korea will bear your doctors say the data is clear. not only is it safe for kids to go back to school and summer camps, it's actually unhealthy for them not to, according to data compiled by ucsf. many of
children's hospital in oakland. there was a 66% increase in suicidal thoughts. last year, the number of kids hospitalized for eating disorders more than doubled and across the state suicides increased by 24% for children under 18, while at the same time adult suicides actually decrease its those statues that have led doctors to conclude it's time to get kids lives back to normal. so joining us now to talk more about this is jeannie noble, an associate professor of emergency medicine and director of response at ucsf. now, jimmy, you wrote in an opinion article in the chronicle today. uh first, let's talk about that. from what you are seeing here. the real danger to children was not really the covid-19 virus or it's not anymore. but the extended virtual learning they're dealing with. yeah, that's right. so kids have not been particularly at risk from covid disease or covid illness. in fact, we had 23 deaths among people under the age of 18 from covid in the state of california. for the whole
entirety of this pandemic, so 65,000 adult deaths in just 23 pediatric desk. kids are at real risk, though, from depression, anxiety and even suicide and what we did see in 2020 during this year extended lockdowns for kids is a significant increase in the number of kids who did commit suicide. there was a total of 134 kids across the state, which is much, much higher than the number of kids who who died of covid disease. yeah, i wanted to ask you more. about that. why are suicide suicidal thoughts eating disorders linked to kids? actually not going to school. well, this is a correlation and not causation, which means that these numbers are associated, and we can't say that one truly causes the other, but it's quite concerning given that we know that depression anxiety. eating disorders are all related to social isolation. and we know that our kids have had really severe disruptions of their social routines without school kids usually spend the majority
of their waking hours in school, and we took that away from them for 15 months. so to see this increase in mental health distress, is not particularly surprising. and then the other part of that is that schools are a significant source of referrals to mental health services. so even in the best of times, not getting kids to school is going to keep many kids who are vulnerable and at risk from getting referred to the mental health services that they need, cutting them off from from valuable services. there now. some teachers unions, they're demanding safety measures like plexiglass plastic barriers. face shields, temperature screens, but you're right that the science does not support the need for these things. but wouldn't it be better to have those measures in place? no, it's a great question. so we have known longt schools could be operated safely even before vaccines were on the on the on the scene, so we had great data from. north carolina, wisconsin,
georgia elsewhere that was simple. masking schools could be operated safely and have close to zero cases of covid transmission occurring in schools without plexiglass without these other without these other measures, now that we know that the most vulnerable people on campus which are the adults are vaccinated or have had the opportunity to be vaccinated. it's really time to go back to normal school routines to let the kids socialized normally. without physical distancing without cohort and in places like california without masks in the fall, the fact that we have such low covid rates now means that the vaccinated population is protecting the unvaccinated just because there was so little virus out there and circulation, so final question here, who ultimately is in charge to get kids back into schools get those schools open? complex question. so the leadership the bully pulpit, if
you will comes from the california department of public health, and in gavin newsom to really set the tone that schools are safe places kids can be back have normal routines. allow them to really reclaim their childhood. the teachers unions need to decide that they will get their teachers back in the classroom. and so they are the ultimate decision makers there, although we have seen in other states around the country that there have been mandates from the governor's office is to open up the schools if the teachers unions have refused to do so, hopefully that won't be necessary in california, but those are some of the mechanisms that have been used elsewhere. a lot of leers to getting those schools open, aren't there. all right? jeannie noble, associate professor of emergency medicine. and director of cobra response at ucsf. thank you for he did his time and is now a free man, but he's fighting a different battle coming up tonight at 5 30, the new effort to keep this man from being
deported, plus the questions about an encounter between the vita gunman and customs and border protection. five years ago, a bay area district attorney wants access to the report that details that meeting plus this? yep it's been nearly two years since you've heard that sound since nascar drivers have been racing around the sonoma raceway, but this weekend. well, that wait is finally over. coming up. next we go live to the racetrack for what fans and spectators can expect cool at the coast and warm inland with only minor changes expected for tomorrow. we'll check in on your current conditions and show you what you can expect show you what you can expect for you. bay area saturday if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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first time in more than 700 days, sky fox over the sonoma raceway right now, where you can see all of the activity that's going on there tonight. this is one of the first big events that the bay area has hosted since the pandemic began. katie was christian captain joins us now live with a look at what this event is going to look like this year, christian 700 days when you say it like that, it really has that impact. you're absolutely right. nascar is back in northern california the toy to save mart 3 50 set to get underway on sunday. those race fans, though they're already showing up out after a pause last year for covid racing, his back at sonoma raceway crews spent the day preparing the track and getting ready for the weekend. this is what sonoma raceway is built for is having a major event like this, so we are so thrilled to have race fans back and welcome back nascar to northern california
this weekend will look different than years past the race weight following safety guidelines so fans will be limited instead of 47,000 fans only about 15,600 fans will be allowed in at any given time. we are still social distance seating, so which means that people are going to be seated in pods of 2 to 6, and they'll be roughly up to 18 seats around each particular pod, so it'll look, a bit like a checkerboard is what they say. they might not be nascar drivers, but race enthusiasts got their chance to cruise the challenging two mile course in their own cars. yeah it was fun. i got it out of second year twice on this straight away, and then the turns before you get into turn seven out of the carousel. i got to tell you, the carousel is my favorite thing in this race track and all that fun for a good cause the racers dropping more than $200 apiece, raising about $29,000 for sonoma county youth groups for the children. it's all about speedway children's charity. sonoma county and we love the kids and this is what
we do so yeah, i'm going to go write a big fat check again. some fans are already in the stands, making a weekend out of it. camping at the racetrack is a long standing tradition that looks again a little different this year. usually it's so crowded over there already every campsites full, but this year we're pretty well space department. it's kind of nice. those fans already looking forward to a weekend of racing a sunday is hard to top. um i like saturdays. because you can do more around here. check things out, and you don't have the pressure of nobody to wear sunday. everybody seems to be kind of in a hurry to do everything. tickets are already sold out for sunday's toyota save mark 3 50 nascar cup series race, but at last check, there were still some tickets available for saturday's race events. we're live at sonoma raceway, christian captain ktvu. fox. two news looks like a great weekend for racing. thanks so much christian appreciate it. uh the weather
is going to be great as well. not too hot, not too cold, although you are going to want the sunblock and maybe some shade for your eyes, outsider. or is at this hour. we do have partly sunday partly cloudy skies along the coastline mostly clear for the rest of us. how about a live? look at sfo where we've got some fog? they're low clouds. sfo struggled with partly sunny. partly cloudy skies the entire day and a little bit of a wind out there as well. that onshore breeze is going to stick with us as we kind of settle into this pattern cool at the coast mild around the bay and warm inland for your bay area weekend right now. cena rosa reporting mostly sunny skies and 77. fifties in san francisco low sixties in oakland upper seventies in livermore and san jose 72 we showed in the last half hour most areas coming in cooler. yeah, then yesterday, even our or especially, i will say our inland cities dropping by 5 to 8 degrees or so over yesterday's highs. if you are headed to see the giants play later today, bring the jacket 58 degrees expected at game time. the west went to about 25
mph. it will go partly cloudy on the sky covers so into the weekend today tomorrow sunday, going to be very similar. we're going to have fog along the coastline upper fifties to low sixties expected over areas like pacifica, half moon bay, and then you go inland and you're nearing 90 degrees in some spots like antioch, the closer you get to the sacramento san joaquin valley. the hotter you can expect to be, although we have a decent onshore breeze blowing through there as we get into the monday tuesday, timeframe and another system drops in with even cooler air mass expect a little bit more fog and onshore breeze and cooler temps, yet they start of the work week. here's a look at the morning temperatures expected as we get going 51 degrees for sandra fell tomorrow. 53 in san francisco, low thirties for the peninsula, low fifties and conquered, perhaps. little bit of patchy drizzle in addition to the cloud cover out there tomorrow morning. notice our temperatures, though, for most right, about average, little bit warm in santa rosa at 86
livermore, you'll go to 84. here's a better look at some of the afternoon highs. 66 san francisco 78 redwood city, 73 in hayward again a lot like today, if you're going to tahoe going to be gorgeous here, upper seventies low eighties in tahoe right now and then into the weekend, upper seventies for tomorrow, mid seventies, expected on sunday here at home or whether it looks great as well. temperatures don't change much on sunday, but we do get into some cooler, perhaps breezier weather monday, tuesday and into wednesday back to you, rosemary. thank you so much well, jobs, unemployment insurance and an infrastructure build the negotiations underway in washington and the new fight growing over how much longer boosted federal unemployment benefits should last and coming up on ktvu news at six tonight, a narrow escape for a motorcycle police officer in the east bay. after a pickup truck driver who had just been pulled over reversed over the officer's motorcycle and then sped away tonight. the search is on for that driver and an
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growth employers, added 559,000 jobs and may much higher than april's disappointing report. meanwhile the unemployment rate is down to 5.8% the lowest since the pandemic started. despite the gains. the u. s economy has 5.5% fewer workers compared to its february 2020 pre pandemic level. now on wall street stocks ended the week higher following the release of that u. s jobs. report the dow gained 179 points, the nasdaq. was up about 200 points and the s and p finished the day up. 37 points, with more jobs being added. republicans on capitol hill argue that now is the time to do away with the extra unemployment benefits. but as foxes lauren blanchard tells us
tonight, democrats say the benefits are helping families who need those payments. in may. the economy, added 559 jobs lower than expectations, but much higher than april's disappointing report. no other major economies gaining jobs as quickly as ours. and none of the success is an accident. it isn't luck. republicans however, are not impressed, they say boosted federal unemployment benefits, which began at the start of the pandemic are hurting employers unable to get employees. house minority leader kevin mccarthy tweeting washington needs to stop paying people not to work by genomics is bad for america, the labor secretary disagrees. i think this report show that the unemployment benefit is not necessary, keeping people out of the workforce. what it's doing is supporting families that are still out of work. friday afternoon, president biden talking again with republican senator shelley moore capito, still attempting to find an agreement on the american jobs plan, the president's infrastructure
bill, the two signs do not agree on the size and scope of the bill and how to pay for it. there's runaway left. we're going to see how those conversations go. house democrats have unveiled their own $547 billion bill, which they will take up in the house transportation and infrastructure committee next week, the white house said there must be progress on a deal with republicans by next week. president biden wants a bill passed this summer, but there's got to be forward motion of the ball. we can't just be sitting still extended federal unemployment benefits are set to expire in about 90 days. the latest covid relief bill only funded them through early september. president biden says he agrees they should end in washington lauren blanchard, fox news. tracking the next steps and the potential recall election against governor newsom when political insiders think a vote could take place. good american for 42 here and now we will try
the he put me back to vietnam. i don't know nobody well, coming up next lawyers, his workplace and supervisors, supporters joined together to keep him from being deported will have more on this story. plus we will have more on this could be to mass shooting have been avoided. it's a question the senate clear. county district attorney is asking and now he wants access to report documenting an encounter between the shooter and customs and border protection
facing deportation. as katie's rob roth tells us, the former inmate now works with the homeless and is credited with helping to save someone's life recently. yes sir. i do worry about reported lamb hungry has an appointment monday with immigration and customs enforcement or ice. he's afraid it could lead to deportation to vietnam, a country he fled as a boy living american for 42 year, and now we will try the he put me back to vietnam. i don't know nobody six when people were silent, dozens of supporters rallied at the state capitol thursday, asking governor gavin newsom to grantley a full pardon. lee who is not an american citizens served 32 years in prison for a murder he committed while in a street gang since his parole in 2019, he's been working at a homeless shelter in san francisco. he even helped save this man from dying from the
fentanyl overdose recently by administering narcan and cpr. oh man, i'm thankful for him very thankful that he was there at least supervisor at the shelter, says lee is reliable and compassionate, not only a great worker, but he communicates on. the deeper liver to each of these guests, but we could have a difficult fight to stay in the u. s it is dire because he's facing potentially an ice arrest and detention. the agent law caucus, says the california department of corrections and rehabilitation does not fall under sanctuary, state or sanctuary city guidelines that allows it to share immigration and release information with ice assembly build. 9 37 would stop that practice. the proposal has passed the assembly and is now before the state senate. not california's business to discriminate against immigrants versus non immigrant to say, well, you're an immigrant, so we're going to do a favor that we don't have to do to the federal government and subject you to double punishment. opponents argue that those who commit violent crimes should lose the
privilege of living in the u. s. as for lee, he'd like to work with young people and keep them from making the same mistakes he did at their age. i want to do more i want to actually use uh, the kids not to join again not to do drugs who he is now. that's not who he was when he committed that life. prime ice responded to us with an email, saying it wouldn't comment on pending cases or the proposed legislation. rob roth, ktvu fox two news. a day long protest disrupted the unloading of an israeli cargo ship at the port of oakland little over an hour ago, you could see the ongoing demonstration at the port starting at six. a.m. of pro palestinian group mobilized dozens of demonstrators to prevent the zim ship from being unloaded. arab american activists say they delayed the boat from docking at the port. they say the vessel is owned by an israeli shipping line, and they asked bay area union workers to honor their picket line. we're here in response to
the call from palestinian workers in gaza who have asked workers here to support them and not unload israeli cargo. well the shipping guilt, but he says it's no longer owned by israel. but it's a private company with more than half the stock owned by non israelis, the santa clara county district attorney wants some answers following the mass shooting at the vta light rail yard last week. specifically he wants to know why a 2016 encounter between the shooter and customs agents was not reported to local authorities as ktvu san rubin explains the d a thinks that that information could have led to an intervention that saved lives. could the vita shooting that claimed nine lives have been prevented? that's what santa clara county district attorney jeff rosen wants to know he's demanding access to a 2016 report outlining an encounter between customs and border protection and the shooter sam cassidy once i read that report, i've indicated that i want to talk
with the head of customs and border protection in the bay area, too. try to understand why that information was not shared with local law enforcement at the time allegedly found in cassidy's possession books about terrorism and notes outlining his hatred for the vita rosen says had local agencies been alerted. they could have investigated and intervened. they very well may have talked to friends or neighbors or coworkers. talk to mr cassidy ascertained whether he had any weapons tried to get a sense of what his mental state was, experts say while hindsight is 2020 the decision whether to pass on that information might not have been clear cut at the time. nobody wants to be the one who said you know what? i should have passed us along. jerry robinette ran homeland security investigations for immigration and customs enforcement in texas. he says it's routine for federal agencies to share information with locals. everything from obvious threats to hunches, the roadblocks that people envision are are not there. i mean, we
work together too often on a regular basis. rosen wants to make sure that's the case. he says he was there in the hours after the vita shooting when the victim's families were notified. i heard the cries. and the screams, and i saw people throwing up and those are images that i will never forget. and he says, while cassidy alone is to blame for this tragedy, it's time officials asked themselves some hard questions. what could we have done differently and better to prevent this? what can we do? going forward to minimize the chance of this happening again? customs and border protection did not respond to our request for comment. rosen expects he'll be getting a copy of that 2016 report. port in the coming days, and ruben ktvu fox two news, the new alameda police chief, is speaking out just days before he officially starts his job. the shot joe she is currently a deputy police chief in oakland but lives with his wife and
children in alameda. his appointment comes as the department deals with fallout from the in custody death of mario gonzalez in april. so she says he can't talk about the case because of ongoing investigations. but he said he recognizes there is public out. cry over gonzalez's death. i know that the city and the organization is committed to, um, being transparent. um, we are going to create an environment will result comfortable. uh looking inward and seeing what if anything, we can do better. um, there's always room for improvement. so she said he will be briefed on the specifics of the gonzalez case when he officially becomes chief on tuesday. unrest in minneapolis after officials say a wanted armed fugitive fired at officers and was then shot and killed. the man who died has been identified as winston smith officers with the u. s. marshals fugitive task force were attempting to serve a warrant yesterday on smith for felony firearms violation when
they say he shot at them from inside his vehicle. the 32 year olds. elaine triggered protests in minneapolis in the uptown area during the evening and overnight hours in smith's family wants answers. the u. s marshals. aren't they supposed to be highly trained man? you're telling me 78 to 10 officers that have been experienced in his department for years? y'all couldn't figure out another way to pin the man down, pull them out of the car. you got to shoot him. 10 times. law enforcement says there is no body camera or squad car camera footage of the shooting. they say that a handgun was recovered at the scene, and that spent cartridge cases were also found inside the man's vehicle, ransomware attacks they have brought a meat packing company in an oil pipeline to a standstill in just the last month. what the federal government is doing now to fight back, and it's become a symbol of gay pride worldwide, but the original rainbow flag was designed here in san francisco and. this morning.
the original pride flag. the very first one was unveiled to mark pride emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home.
ransomware attacks. this after cyber attacks brought the largest beef distributor and a key oil pipeline to a standstill as laura ingle reports the government has elevated the threat of cyber crimes to the same level as terrorism. the federal government is now treating ransomware attacks as high priority crimes, devoting more money and more resources to fighting back. the justice department calling on states to report all ransomware investigations they may be working on so that the federal government can better track online threats and you can be sure that state actors china, russia, north korea, iran as
well as non state terrorists are watching this very carefully to see how vulnerable vulnerable we are. and mount future attacks against us this past week, the largest meat processing facility in the world. jbs was temporarily forced to shut down nine beef plants in the u. s and abroad after a cyber attack, leaving workers concerned over lost wages. last month, the colonial pipeline hack sent americans panicking to the gas pump. and brought one of the nation's most important fuel lines to a standstill. we know that the ransomware threat is urgent. it's complex, and it's been increasing over the last several years, and you know it feels new to us over the last couple of weeks, but it has been increasing rapidly around the world over the last. several years. the white house says many of the cyber attacks likely originated in russia, president biden says he is working with moscow to hold the hackers responsible, and it is expected that both president biden and president putin will discuss cybersecurity at a
summit in geneva this month in new york. laura engel, fox news. thousands gathered for a candlelight vigil in hong kong today to remember the people killed during pro democracy protests in beijing's tiananmen square. the chinese military turned on protesters on june 4th 1989, there is no official death toll from that crackdown, though some estimates put that number above 10,000. well facebook is keeping former president trump off its social media platforms for at least two years. the suspension is retroactive to last january. it will prevent mr trump from using facebook or instagram until after the 2022 midterm elections. facebook suspended his accounts following findings that he incited violence before the january 6th insurrection on the u. s capitol. after facebook re evaluates whether the risk to the public safety of allowing him back on its platforms has receded. and
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period full stop. that's how the governor responded when asked about this tweet from state senator steve glazer, saying newsom's best opportunity to beat the recall is an early election. here's what's next june. 8th is the last day for anyone who signed the petition to remove their name, then 30 business days for the department of finance to estimate the cost of a special election. then another 30 days for the joint legislative budget committee to review the estimate, chairwoman, senator nancy skinner recently said that could be expedited our county election officials have already indicated their costs. they've indicated it for some time now what they believe those costs to be. so we've already been at reviewing that. and that 30 days may not be necessary. after that the secretary of state will certify the signatures and the lieutenant governor must schedule a recall election between 60 to 80. days later. some estimates put it it late august early september at the earliest. both sides are saying publicly they're not concerned about timing. newsom's campaign spokesperson said. this our focus is on winning, and we'll
beat the republican recall whenever the elections called. that's our approach. and guns more of rescue california one of the groups behind the recall effort, said, bring it on. we got him either way. look, 90% of politics is about timing. sonoma state political science professor dave mcewen says there's pros and cons for both sides. given the budget news, given the california rebound and recovery, what is happening is sooner is better than for gavin newsom for the governor, mcewen says a summer election would help the governor steer clear of variables like potential power shutoffs, wild fires and the drought. however, he says democrats need to tread lightly as they move ahead if democrats push this forward too fast, there is the issue that recall proponents will use that as a talking point that look here again as a governor, where the rules don't apply. greg lee ktvu fox two news, california gubernatorial candidate caitlyn jenner sat down with alex michaelson, host of the issue is in her first in depth interview since announcing her
run for governor, newsom seat. right now i am running against the hypocrisy that's out there. um uh in sacramento. uh, i'm running against our schools that have been close for the last year. i put it this way, and i think gavin newsom has done a horrible jobs on the rich should be so in the interview, gender is asked about taxes and her voting record. she doesn't quite answer the questions would rather talks about why she is running for governor, and you can watch more of alex's interview with caitlyn jenner this sunday. the issue is airs at 5:30 a.m. right here on ktvu. well, the original rainbow pride flag is now on display in san francisco. it was unveiled today at the g l t b historical society museum there on 18th street and the castro district. mayor breed. another civic and community leaders were there for the unveiling. the rainbow flag was designed in san francisco by the late artists
and activists. gilbert baker back in 1978. since then it has become a worldwide symbol of bride. the original was thought to have been lost, though, this has been a symbol, a symbol of hope, assemble of safety, a symbol of refuge. and so what's so amazing about today is we have a symbol. that is of the original gilbert baker flag. gilbert baker never trademarked the flag. he said it was his gift to the world. this is one in a series of reports and conversations that will have throughout the month of june. celebrating pride. you can see those reports anytime by visiting our website, ktvu .com slash pride. yeah. all around the bay area for your weekend, not a lot of change expected that remains the cool at the coast. mild around the bay will remain just a bit. toasty
inland. not too bad giving you a look here after the golden gate bridge where we've got some cloud cover, they're beginning to move back across the bay, perhaps a little bit of patchy drizzle to go along with it, and that onshore breeze you can see the flag. they're blowing. we've got winds through the delta at this hour, anywhere from 25 to 30 mph or so and if you're going to see the giants game do be prepared for the cool weather. here's a look at the temperatures from earlier today upper fifties in san francisco. we had oakland go to 60. for a lot of seventies around the bay 72 sam matteo 76 in fremont, and then you go inland. it was a warm one. antioch 89 for you there 82 in santa rosa. although temperatures fell off today by at least a few degrees, especially inland, we'll take a look at the 24 hour temperature change here in just a moment, but here's a look at the current conditions. brentwood still 91 low eighties and conquered upper sixties and napa around the bay 62 in oakland, 56 now reported in san francisco, and the 24 hour temperature change shows you
down by 13 and livermore this afternoon by 11 and conquered you go into the north bay down by 11 in nevada in the south bay, eight in san jose. so you're definitely feeling it in some areas. today, there's a view of some of that cloud cover that just wouldn't go away today along the coastline in and around point, reyes, we've got some there. we are looking at partly cloudy skies. it looks like mirror beach as well as stinson bodega, and then you go down along the coastline here towards half moon bay. it looks like partly sunny to mostly cloudy and down along the cemetery county coastline. santa cruz capitola still enjoying a little bit of sunshine there when it comes to the winds, fairfield reporting sustained now at 25 again earlier gusting to about 30, oakland sustained at 18. so a decent onshore breeze blowing through the bay area at this hour, livermore reporting 13 an sfo gusting to 22 so a bit cool, a bit breezy and as we get into tonight, tomorrow morning again, a little bit of patchy drizzle there, you can see a little blip of blue over areas near pacifica half moon bay. you can see some inside the bay as well.
and then for your saturday will call for partly sunny skies along the coastline and mid and high level clouds streaming across the bay for the afternoon. not going to see much change saturday sunday, but on monday and tuesday, we do get even a cooler system that brings in a bigger fog bank and perhaps some breezy conditions, so we'll be tracking that for the days ahead. meanwhile tomorrow morning 49 degrees to start your day in santa rosa. we've got 53 in san francisco and for the afternoon looking good in livermore, with temperatures expected to range in the low eighties for the for the second half of your day. 66 san francisco in the north bay 81 for sandra fell sierra's also going to be gorgeous upper seventies expected for tomorrow, mid seventies by sunday, meanwhile, for us here at home, we've got some nice weather in store for your bay area weekend cooler and breezy on monday back to you. all right, rosemary. thank you. well a warning tonight for parents of infants, fisher price is now recalling two products after the deaths of four babies.
according to the u. s consumer product safety commission. the babies were placed on their backs unrestrained in the devices and then later found on their stomachs. the four and one rocking glide suitors and the sue them play gliders are the ones being recalled 227,000 were sold in the us and canada. calls grow to cancel this summer's olympic games. i'm jeff paul in los angeles. i've got the details coming up and coming up in ktvu news at six the u. s olympic rowing team just announced today we will tell you about the five athletes with bay area ties, who have been chosen to represent the u. s also a bear caught on surveillance camera. yes another one roaming the streets of annie spain neighborhood early this morning what officials are saying about it coming up? in business, it's never just another day. it's the big sale, or the big presentation. the day where everything goes right. or the one where nothing does.
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sky, the new york times reports u. s intelligence agencies found no evidence that you oppose witnessed by navy pilots in recent years were alien spacecraft, but the same report indicates investigators cannot explain some of the unusual aerial movements that we're seeing an unclassified version of this report is expected to be released when congress convenes hearings about ufos late this month. japan is trying to contain a surge of new covid-19 infections would. just a small percentage of its population fully vaccinated as foxes. jeff paul tells us the outbreak outbreak is prompting more calls to cancel next month's summer olympics in tokyo. less than two months away from the start of the summer olympics, but pressure is building to cancel this
year's events. this week. japan released the costumes, podiums and music that will be used at the medal ceremonies. organizers maintain the games are quote 100% going ahead even as japan battles of fourth wave of covid-19 infections, the president of tokyo 2020, assuring public safety protocols will be in place. consensual, said we will fully prepared for anti back this measures. the tokyo 2020 organizing committee will absolutely make sure to protect the health of athletes. i got only about 2 to 3% of japan's general population has been fully vaccinated. tokyo is seeing around 500 new covid cases per day, roughly double what new york city is reporting. there's also a growing lack of support among japanese citizens about 10,000 out of the 80,000 volunteers for the olympic and paralympic games have dropped out some. saying they quit due to concerns over covid-19 if
they were to hold the olympics and the infection spread, who would take responsibility after postponing the games last year, organizers are planning a scaled down version this summer, with no international fans allowed to attend a decision on local spectators is expected to happen later this month when tokyo state of emergency is scheduled to end organizers say having no fans still remains an option. if the covid-19 outbreak escalates in los angeles jeff paul fox news this is ktvu fox two news at six. start your engines. nascar back at sonoma raceway marking the bay area's largest gathering in over a year more than 15,000 people expected to attend. i think the excitement of getting no only nascar back here at sonoma raceway, but getting fans back here that sonoma raceway to be able to watch the racing. it has been more than 700 days since nascar drivers
hit the track at sonoma raceway, but that all changes tomorrow. good evening. i'm andre senior, and i'm heather holmes in for christina. this will mark the largest event hosted here in the bay area since the pandemic began, and for many finally return to normalcy. katie was kristen captain shows us what it will look like. and the safety measures in place. after a pause last year for covid racing, his back at sonoma raceway crews spent the day preparing the track and getting ready for the weekend. this is what sonoma raceway is built for is having a major event like this, so we are so thrilled to have race fans back and welcome back nascar to northern california this weekend will look different than years past the race weight following safety guidelines so fans will be limited instead of 47,000 fans. only about 15,600 fans will be allowed in at any given time. we are still social distance seating, so which means that people are going to be seated in pods of 2 to 6, and they'll be roughly up to 18 at