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3 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Health experts believe Bay Area has already reached omicron peak
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- For the first time, the nation's top infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci said the patterns are clear and we are about three weeks from seeing the peak of across the country. "Things are looking good. We don't want to get overconfident but they look like they're going in right direction," said Dr. Fauci co-anchor Martha Raddatz. Dr. Fauci confirmed COVID cases already peaked and declined in the Northeast and the upper Midwest, yet parts in the south and west are still seeing an increase in cases. UCSF Infectious disease specialist, Dr. Monica Gandhi believes most of the Bay Area already peaked. "I think he is right that by mid-February for probably the entire country we are going to be past the peak and coming down to where cases are manageable," said Dr. Gandhi.
3 hours ago | KTVU FOX 2
Walnut Creek stop dangling car from going into canal
A suspect allegedly fleeing police found himself dangling in his car 40 feet above a creek. Subscribe to KTVU's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVhtkN7-c8mA8GXEoxS4YQw?sub_confirmation=1 KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area and California Watch KTVU's newscasts on https://www.ktvu.com/live Download KTVU's news and weather apps for free at https://www.ktvu.com/mobile-apps Subscribe to KTVU's newsletter at https://www.ktvu.com/newsletters Follow KTVU on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ktvu Follow KTVU on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KTVU Follow KTVU on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ktvu2/
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3 hours ago | ABC 7 News
EXCLUSIVE: Woman shoved to ground in Oakland's Chinatown speaks out
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- We're hearing for the first time-from the senior seen on camera earlier this month-callously shoved to the ground in Oakland's Chinatown. Videos from multiple angles used in the police investigation show a woman who only wanted to be identified as "Ms. Tse" get followed and shoved to the ground at 9th and Franklin. 66-year old Tse said in a statement she went to Chinatown to see her doctor and then to the bank to help a friend who is living in a nursing home. "As I was getting ready to go home, I was pushed from behind. I fell but did not get hurt, I am okay, thank you for everyone's care!" This incident outraged many in the community to the point where a witness punched the suspect in the head. The Oakland Chinatown Improvement Council helped to identify the victim. They're calling for different organizations in Chinatown to unite and work together during this time of
3 hours ago | KTVU FOX 2
Schwarzenegger 'fine' after 4-car crash in LA
Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is said to be doing fine after being involved in a 4-car crash in Los Angeles. One woman was hospitalized with minor injuries while Schwarzenegger was not hurt. Authorities said that drugs and alcohol are not suspected to be involved. Subscribe to KTVU's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVhtkN7-c8mA8GXEoxS4YQw?sub_confirmation=1 KTVU delivers the best in-depth reports, interviews and breaking news coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area and California Watch KTVU's newscasts on https://www.ktvu.com/live Download KTVU's news and weather apps for free at https://www.ktvu.com/mobile-apps Subscribe to KTVU's newsletter at https://www.ktvu.com/newsletters Follow KTVU on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ktvu Follow KTVU on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KTVU Follow KTVU on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ktvu2/
4 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Antisemitic Flyers Found in San Francisco's Pacific Heights Neighborhood
Residents living in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood said they found their doorsteps blanketed with antisemitic flyers which read that “COVID-19 is part of a Jewish agenda.”The flyers were found in front of homes in a three-square-block area on Union Street, between Scott and Broderick streets Sunday morning.         A Jewish couple found the antisemitic material while walking their dog. They shared pictures with NBC Bay Area Sunday, but declined to talk on camera as they said they feared retaliation.
4 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Antisemitic Fliers Found in San Francisco's Pacific Heights Neighborhood
Residents living in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood said they found their doorsteps blanketed with antisemitic fliers which read that “COVID-19 is part of a Jewish agenda.”The fliers were found in front of homes in a three-square-block area on Union Street, between Scott and Broderick streets Sunday morning. A Jewish couple found the antisemitic material while walking their dog. They shared pictures with NBC Bay Area Sunday, but declined to talk on camera as they said they feared retaliation.
4 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Tax Season Begins Monday: Here's What You Need to Know
Starting Monday, the IRS will begin accepting individual income tax returns. But the IRS is still facing a significant backlog from last year due to the ongoing pandemic. The IRS said they are still trying to catch up after being forced to close offices and adjust to staffing shortages.“There’s a lot more work for the IRS to do with a lot fewer staff members doing it, said Sharon Epperson, a financial correspondent with CNBC.
5 hours ago | KRON4
‘We all have a little PTSD’: Monterey County residents dealing with Colorado Fire
MONTEREY COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) — “We all have a little PTSD,” said Audrey Cray with a local charity called “All In Monterey.” “When we live in an area that has a tendency to have fires anytime we hear of anything happening we all get very nervous, very scared.”As firefighters continue to fight the Colorado Fire, many people are still displaced from their homes. The fire is now 35 percent contained and impacting 700 acres.Many people had to leave their homes with very little notice and situations like this one, can be very scary.“They don’t know if they’re going to have a home to come to, if they’re going to lose all of their possessions and we’re just kinda there is a big warm hug, Cray said.”As the Colorado Fire continues to burn people living west of 3800 Palo Colorado Road to Highway 1 and South of Bixby Creek in Monterey County are still evacuated.
6 hours ago | CBS San Francisco
Niners Faithful Return to SF With Cherished Memories of Epic Win
KPIX caught up with 49ers fans returning from Green Bay Sunday. Some could barely speak having lost their voices screaming at Saturday's unforgettable game. Da Lin reports. (1-23-22)
6 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Colorado Fire: Firefighters Gain Ground on Wildfire Along Big Sur Coast, Now 35% Contained
Cal Fire reported Sunday evening that the Colorado Fire, off Palo Colorado in the Big Sur area, south of Carmel-by-the-Sea was 35% contained with about 700 acres were still burning.Officials said that better map management showed the fire is smaller than the 1,050 acres reported Sunday morning, when the blaze was reportedly 25% contained.Cal Fire described the fire behavior as "moderate and made wind-driven runs late Saturday night and into Sunday morning. With some isolated tree torching."
6 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Andrew Whitworth's Wife Asks Rams Fans Not to Sell Tickets to 49ers Fans
Whitworth's wife asks Rams fans not to sell tickets to 49ers fans originally appeared on NBC Sports BayareaThe 49ers are returning home to face the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship game. Okay, maybe not Levi's Stadium, but their second home -- SoFi Stadium. After beating the Green Bay Packers 13-10 on Saturday at Lambeau Field, the 49ers will continue their journey to Super Bowl LVI on the road, but at the friendly confines of their division rival.
6 hours ago | SF Chronicle
Fire crews wrestle Colorado Fire along Big Sur coast to 25% containment
Highway 1 along the Big Sur coast, from Andrew Molera State Park to Granite Canyon...
7 hours ago | KRON4
1 hospitalized after shooting near Fruitvale area in Oakland
OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) — One person was taken to the hospital after a shooting Sunday afternoon in Oakland, according to police.The shooting happened at E 12th Street and Fruitvale Avenue.The unidentified victim, however, was found in the area of 33rd Ave and International Boulevard, authorities said.Officers then took the victim to a nearby hospital.This is an ongoing investigation.Anyone with information is asked to contact the OPD’s Felony Assault Section at (510) 238-3426.
8 hours ago | ABC 7 News
How to use regular bills to boost your credit scores
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- You get a loan and pay it back. How much, how quickly and how responsibly determines your credit score, but without a score it is tough to get that first loan. "A lot of people are shut out of the credit system," says Ted Rossman of Bankrate.com, "There are 53 million people, according to FICO, that do not even have a credit score. A lot of those people can be scored if we give them credit for rent, streaming cell phones and so on." Most of us have subscriptions that we pay monthly, just like we would a small loan, but those cell phone bills and streaming service payments aren't tracked by traditional credit reporting services. But that is changing. Companies are now willing to track your subscription payments, rent and cell phone bills. There are new credit reporting companies like Perch and longtime players launching new initiatives, like UltraFICO and Experian Boost.
8 hours ago | KRON4
Community organizes ‘speakout’ against future of Castro Theatre
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Movie lovers gathered at the historic Castro Theater in San Francisco Sunday for a demonstration urging the owners of the theatre to continue offering movies.This comes after the theater announced a new partnership to bring shows to the neighborhood.That includes plans to reinvent the theater as a live event venue.Movie lovers left messages on the sidewalk outside San Francisco’s historic Castro Theatre.Longtime devotees like Bruce Odze are concerned about changes to the venue.After the theatre announced a new partnership to bring shows to the neighborhood and reinvent the theatre as a live event venue, the theater’s owners are working with planet entertainment to upgrade and modernize the building.“We understand that renovations are necessary,” speakout organizer Michael Petrelis said. “They need air conditioning, they need better heating, the bathrooms need to be expanded in the Castro Theatre. We’re not against change. What we’re against is the lack of communication.”
8 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Film Buffs Raise Concerns About Castro Theatre's Future at SF Rally
A group of film buffs in San Francisco held a rally Sunday after they said they are worried about the future of the city’s iconic Castro Theatre. Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nbcbayarea Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nbcbayarea Catch up on all the day's news: http://www.nbcbayarea.com Download our mobile app: On iOS: http://nbcbay.com/R1BhqYM On Android: http://nbcbay.com/rUcA97h Watch us on OTT: Add our channel on Roku: https://bit.ly/3ySK60j Download our app on Amazon Fire TV: https://amzn.to/3FmmiEA
8 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Over 1,300 PG&E Customers Remain Without Power in East Bay
It was a second day without power for some Oakland Hills residents after strong winds swept through knocking down trees and powerlines. Christie Smith reports. Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nbcbayarea Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nbcbayarea Catch up on all the day's news: http://www.nbcbayarea.com Download our mobile app: On iOS: http://nbcbay.com/R1BhqYM On Android: http://nbcbay.com/rUcA97h Watch us on OTT: Add our channel on Roku: https://bit.ly/3ySK60j Download our app on Amazon Fire TV: https://amzn.to/3FmmiEA
8 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Highway 1 Still Closed by Wildfire Near Big Sur
Firefighters continue battling a wildfire called Colorado Fire. It broke out in the rugged mountains along Big Sur, forcing hundreds of residents on this precarious stretch of the California coast to evacuate and authorities to shut its main roadway. Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nbcbayarea Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nbcbayarea Catch up on all the day's news: http://www.nbcbayarea.com Download our mobile app: On iOS: http://nbcbay.com/R1BhqYM On Android: http://nbcbay.com/rUcA97h Watch us on OTT: Add our channel on Roku: https://bit.ly/3ySK60j Download our app on Amazon Fire TV: https://amzn.to/3FmmiEA #ColoradoFire #BigSur
8 hours ago | ABC 7 News
North Bay anti-vaccine activists protest mandates
MARIN, Calif. (KGO) -- Thousands of people spent their Sunday protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates across the country from our Nation's capitol to here in the Bay Area. Local activists say they have plans to fight those mandates. A group calling themselves Marin Parents United, rallied and marched around the Marin County Civic Center Sunday protesting COVID-19 mandates. "Our message here today we're against mandates of any form, masks and vaccines," said activist Tief Gibbs. "I don't believe people should be forced to take the vaccination it should be a choice, there's evidence some people have been harmed by it," said activist Derrick Main. The group says it's considering a lawsuit against the Marin County Board of Education for requiring that some parents be vaccinated. "Those school districts are discriminating against parents and children who are unvaccinated, not allowed to attend sports events if the can't provide proof of vaccination," said Gibbs.
8 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Bay Area Forecast: Areas of Fog, Hazy Skies Monday
Areas of low clouds with locally patchy dense fog will be possible especially for the inland East Bay and North Bay valleys. As skies clear you may notice the smoke/haze in the air as high pressure locks in over the region to start the week. Rob Mayeda has the microclimate forecast. Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nbcbayarea Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nbcbayarea Catch up on all the day's news: http://www.nbcbayarea.com Download our mobile app: On iOS: http://nbcbay.com/R1BhqYM On Android: http://nbcbay.com/rUcA97h Watch us on OTT: Add our channel on Roku: https://bit.ly/3ySK60j Download our app on Amazon Fire TV: https://amzn.to/3FmmiEA
9 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
Damage From Big Sur Wildfire Prompts Boil Water Advisory; Fire Shelter to Close
Due to potential damage from the Colorado Fire, the Monterey County Health Department on Sunday was advising residents to boil their tap water and/or use bottled water for drinking and cooking.The advisory was issued due to potential water system infrastructure damage from the fire, which had burned 1,050 acres and was 25 percent contained as of Sunday.Residents should bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one minute, and let it cool before using, to kill bacteria and other organisms in the water.
10 hours ago | ABC 7 News
The SF Standard: 'The Curtis Family C-Notes'
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 is excited to continue our partnership with the brand new . Part of is highlighting anyone who's working toward the same mission we have here at ABC7. The SF Standard's deep and insightful reporting on the city does just that. In this edition of our interview, we talk about "The Curtis Family C-Notes," an inspiring family hailing from San Francisco's Bayview district. It's a family band made up of mom, dad and their five children: Nola, Maestro, Zahara, Nile, Isis, Kiki and Curtis. "They (the children) range in ages from 11 to 17. And I have to tell you, they are so talented. When I met them they were naming instruments that I genuinely hadn't even heard of," said Sophie Bearman, the San Francisco Standard's Director of Multi-media. She shared their story with ABC7's Kristen Sze on "Getting Answers" on Friday. "So between them, they play you know dozens of instruments, and then the whole family also sings."
10 hours ago | East Bay Times
Klay Thompson a late scratch for Warriors’ game vs. Utah Jazz
SAN FRANCISCO — Hours before tipoff Sunday, Warriors coach Steve Kerr learned that Klay Thompson wouldn’t be available against the Utah Jazz. Thompson felt a “tweak” in the left knee he had surgically repaired approximately 18 months ago, Kerr said, prompting Dr. Rick Celebrini to deliver the news that Thompson would need to be a late scratch Sunday night. The Warriors downplayed the situation – Kerr said it was a matter of caution and “nothing too concerning” – but the severity of the setback remains unknown, coming after two consecutive days off for the shooting guard who is making his way back from tears to his anterior cruciate ligament and Achilles tendon that caused him to miss the last two seasons. Thompson, who underwent surgery on the left knee in July 2019, is averaging 14.7 points in 21.4 minutes since he returned six games ago. He saw his most time yet Thursday in his last outing but didn’t make any of his seven 3-point attempts in just over 23 minutes. He sat the next night with the Warriors holding him out of back-to-back games, and Golden State was off Saturday.
11 hours ago | NBC Bay Area
San Jose Police Investigate Pedestrian Death
San Jose Police on Sunday afternoon said a man struck and killed by a vehicle near North Jackson Avenue and Mather Drive was walking outside of the crosswalk when he was hit by an SUV that had a green light. Police said a 2001 Toyota SUV was southbound on North Jackson Avenue when it struck a pedestrian who was crossing North Jackson Avenue eastbound outside of any marked crosswalk. The man was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
12 hours ago | CBS San Francisco
Film Fans Tell New Castro Theatre Managers To Keep It Reel
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Film lovers worried about the Castro Theatre being operated under a new management company showed up at the famed movie palace on Sunday to demand that classic cinema be a part of the landmark’s future as well as its past.“I’ve been coming to the Castro Theatre for decades, for the silent film festival, the film noir festival and we want to see that continue,” said Michael Petrelis, who organized the “speak-out” in front of the theatre Sunday afternoon. “I am very nervous that Another Planet is a live music event producer. They do not have a history of film programming.”Another Planet Entertainment announced Wednesday that it had partnered with the owners of the Castro, Bay Properties, Inc., to renovate the venue and refocus on live entertainment. Petrelis and others are worried about a concert promoter overseeing events at a site that has showcased films for a century.
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