Jump On Tomorrow: National Night Out, African Leaders Visit Obama, ‘On The Run’ Tour Reaches Bay Area
(KPIX / KBCW NIGHTBEAT) — Getting a jump on tomorrow: Bay Area neighborhoods will take part in “National Night Out.”
Most cities across the Bay Area will be participating in neighborhood watch block parties. The annual event is always held on the first Tuesday in August and is meant to raise awareness about crime and drug prevention.
The family of Ted Agu, will officially file their wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday against the Regents of the University of California. Agu, who played football for the Golden Bears, died last February after he collapsed during a conditioning drill. His family claims the coaches could have done more to help him when he was showing signs he could be in trouble.
President Barack Obama is hosting 50 African leaders at a summit on Tuesday in Washington, DC. But not before all of the leaders will be screened for Ebola, as the deadly virus continues to spread across West Africa. At least 729 people have died.
If you can’t enough sharks with “Sharknado” or “Shark Week” on TV, The Aquarium of the Bay is letting you get up close and personal with these mysterious beasts of the deep. They are hosting shark week this week, where folks can feed touch and even sleep with the sharks.
On Tuesday night, the “On the Run” tour with Beyonce and her hubby Jay-Z is coming to AT&T Park. The concert has the dynamic duo performing some of their biggest hits together and solo, amid rumors the duo may be headed for splitsville.